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good morning. today is saturday, the 16th of the may 2015. i'm anna kooiman. a fox news alert. a stunning twist in the mystery of the speeding train. something may have smashed the wind shield seconds before the crash took place? >> and the boston bomber sentenced to death. >> ultimately justice has prevailed today. he wanted to go to hell and he is going to get there early. >> did tsarnaev get his wish in the end to die as a martyr? we'll have the latest from boston. >> one of the president's personal pilots has been keeping a secret for years. this morning he is here to talk about the strangest thing he has ever seen in the sky. trust us, it's out of this
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world. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ ♪ out of this world. >> dave wanted to know if it was me the strangest thing he saw. >> no, a ufo. >> ufo. you put the you in ufo. >> pretty in pink this morning. this mystery deepens amtrak train. the track outside of philadelphia. objects may have hit a series of trains leading up to the crash of this train. two separate trains before this one. so let's go through the time line here. at 9:05 p.m. another amtrak train reports over the radio, now bear in mind this was all happening over the radio communication as different conductors were hearing things that amtrak train was struck by an object in the windshield. then a few minutes later a regional rail in
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philadelphia also reported getting struck or shot at in the front part of the car and then that leads us to the third train. >> yeah, at 9:300. the derailment of that train, 188 derailed. take a look at the picture that the fbi has been called in by thep them using their technical expertise to check this out here. it's a circular crack in the left-hand side of the windshield. >> amazing. >> all of us assumed or many of us that this was a matter of engineer error and great deal of scrutiny if you will recall in the first hours after this crash into the background of the man driving the strain, and the assumption was he was responsible for. this this suggests that maybe he wasn't. here is robert from the ntsb friday saying that the conductors of the trains were in fact talking to each other, listen. >> the septa engineer had reported to the train dispatcher that he had
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either been hit by a rock or shot at. and the engineer said he had a broken windshield and he placed his train into emergency stop. she also believed that she heard her engineer say something about his train being struck by something right after she recalled hearing this conversation between the engineer and the -- her engineer and septa engineer. she said she felt rumbling and her train leaned over and went on its side. >> let's get specific female co-conductor of the crashed train. she is back in the cafe car at the time. she is hearing a lot of radio chatter between her conductor brandon how recall can't recall what happened presumably post-traumatic stress, he doesn't remember what happened when he got to north philadelphia after he
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got to this trash. she is hearing radio chatter saying they may have just been shot at or something had punctured the windshield. >> what our viewers is looking at amtrak screen left and september -- septa train to right there. the engineer is not able to recall anything after ringing the bells several miles earlier at a previous station. sometimes those things start to come back for people who have been in shock. no knows. maybe he will hold the answer some time from now even if he can't at the moment. >> we should note by the way that investigators are satisfied both that his cell phone was in a bag as prescribed by regulations on ache track and that he was sober when this crash took place. so if what we are learning now turns out to be true and there was an attack on this train it changes the story entirely what seemed to be an accident into what could be a murder. >> along this corridor, i
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was struck yesterday as i was thinking about this. a number of people on overpasses throwing octobers at cars on route 280 in new jersey which ended up killing a woman. it doesn't take much especially when the car or train was moving so quickly another object to strike it. >> who knows what it could be. they are reporting that they felt like they were possibly shot at oring thrown at them. is this some punk kids throwing rocks. >> more nefarious. >> it actually helps explain what we know already which is that this train was going fast but within the limits. >> right. >> and then within a period before 30 seconds it accelerated wildly and that suggests that maybe the engineer was incapacitated by this attack. >> we know he has a concussion. >> the throttle is not the way it is in your car where you can just ease up on it. there are set notches. so that could explain why it went from just over 70 miles per hour to over 100 miles per hour.
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>> we will be piecing this together as we get reports into our newsroom. specifically the map of where all of these instance occurred as we are getting more information as they release information to us, we will bring it to you this morning. >> of course. right now we want to get to this. boston marathon bomber learns his fate killer dzhokhar tsarnaev is sentenced to lethal injection. he showed no remorse and molly line has reaction from boston. seven women and five men deliberated for 14 hours ultimately determining that death was the appropriate punishment for the convicted marathon bomber. dzhokhar tsarnaev retained his consistently indifferent demeanor as his fate was shared with a packed courtroom victims and family members. some jurors were cheerful. their task complete. ending weeks of listening to heart wrenching testimony and looking at graphic evidence. when the exploded at the iconic marathon in april of 2013. 264 people were injured.
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some horrifically maimed and three killed. 8-year-old martin richard. 23-year-old lindsey lu and 29-year-old crystal marie campbell. later ambushed and executed sean collier. prosecutors said the brothers were equal partners that they were inspired by radical jihad. >> they came to believe in an ideology of hate. he expressed those beliefs killing, maiming and mutilating incident americans. >> survivors of the attack are beginning to weigh in including mcdonahue a transit officer who nearly bled to death after being struck by a bullet. officer donahue was promoted to sergeant. he writetes we can finally close this chapter in our lives. the verdict undoubtedly a difficult decision for the jury. gives me relief and closure as well as the ability to keep moving forward. a formal sentencing date has yet to be set.
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clayton? anna tucker? >> molly line for us in boston. >> the great molly line. >> thank you so much. we will get to the stories making headlines and this fox news alert. breaking overnight iraq's military is sending reinforcements to ramadi after the islamic state captured most of the city. the terror group's trademark black flag flying over most of the government building. 50 security forces killed in a fire fight. in the meantime, the u.s. is expediting weapons with shipments to iraq. and it a look at extreme weather now. a 1200-mile stretch of the central united states is bracing for another round of storms. high winds and tornado threats. three people were hurt at construction site in gregory, texas several weak tornadoes rolled through the area. there is a bright spot. the constant rain has led water district ease we
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strictions. in california, much needed rain. although there may have been too much. check out the scene in west hollywood, a staircase turned into a water fall you will see. look at that wow. and new details are emerging about the mysterious arson at a washington, d.c. mansion just a mile from vice president joe biden's home. now police are saying three of the four people found dead inside were stabbed before the fire was set. a corporate executive died along with his wife, their 10-year-old and a housekeeper. police are looking for information about the family's car. it was set on fire and found abandoned in maryland. and it's game over for iconic toy store that you know from this famous movie scene. ♪ ♪ >> it's a big change coming to fao schwartz. toys r us announced it will close the new york city store in july because of
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rising rental costs. don't worry the store is seeking another manhattan location possibly near times square. i love this location here right by central park i go there every year around christmas time and go ice skating central park and make your way over to fao. >> a it's been overshadowed by the apple store and ever since the plaza went condo. >> inside baseball for all you people who live in new york. >> i'm just now learning that toys r us owned fao schwartz. that was. >> like finding out mcdonald's owns ruth chris. this map looking at temps. take a look at this out across parts of the west. snow. good news that drives severe weather that we're continuing to watch. a lot of rain for a lot of us this weekend.
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continue to bring rain showers across the mississippi river valley and. the bigger driver of all of this is this that you see parts of the west. we have got snow across the rim of arizona this morning and up across much of the rockies. then that drives the severe weather. and today looking to be a very large severe weather event right here where you see this red. moderate wisconsin for severe weather. overnight. tomorrow across parts of the northern great lakes and northern plains. another weekend may and another weekend another weekend of. >> we just told you that the boston bomber has been sentenced to death. is that the right message to the terrorist or does he die like a martyr and get exactly what he wants? that's next. >> and do you remember being rewarded for good work in
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result matsly justice has veiled today he wanted to go to hell and is he going to get there early. >> will send a message to violent extremists. joining us is the old friend america's islamic forum for democracy and the author forever the battle islam. good to see you this morning. >> nice to see you tucker. >> will his execution make
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him a martyr? is it a legitimate concern? >> absolutely not. these islamo patriots around the world will find some way to make him a martyr or victim. if you look at boston itself obviously the lady al qaeda from mi. >> it is in jail and isis and before did beheadings wanted to get her release. i think he is less harm to us dead than he would be sitting in a prison where isis may try to have him swapped. not to mexico tucker, this is a war and they sent a message we will not apiece and be soft against radiculopathy islamists. that is a message of defeat. anything else would be appeasement. >> it's interesting that you indicate that isis would want to swap for him that suggests he is part of a larger movement. that's not at all what the u.s. attorney in boston said. listen to the way she characterized tsarnaev's crime. here it is. >> make no mistake the
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defendant claims to be acting on behalf of all muslims this was not religious crime and certainly does not reflect true muslim beliefs it was political crime designed to coerce the united states. although the defense claimed that the defendant was himself intimidated and coerced by an older brother the evidence did not bear that out o. the defendant was an adult who came to believe an ideology of hate. >> so that's carmen or dches tiz. theology just on muslim. >> how much denial do we have to have and it's sad that the u.s. attorney has to be this theologian as we see this verdict. the jury was much smarter.
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the note he wrote when one muslim suffers we all suffer and thus he wrote this note that ultimately this is why yes, terrorism is killing innocence forbidden but this acted will not be forbidden. that showed he had intent and he deserved the death penalty because he wrote that that is clearly an islamist radical part of a global movement and we f. we want to see moderate muslims against islam and movements step up and act we have to recognize that there are various versions of islam. and if we are going to take the mantel of islam away from them. we have to recognize that this guy is part of an islamo global movement. >> dr. jasser, thank you. for our viewers interested in learning more his book is an excellent one. i recommend it. >> thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you tucker i aappreciate it. >> president obama offering this message to our women and women -- men and women in blue. >> we can work harder to
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spend the rest of his life behind bars. convicted for his role in 1998 bombings of two u.s. embassies in africa that killed 224 people including a dozen americans. anna? >> knowing what we know now what would you have done? i would not have engaged. i would not have gone in iraq. that's not to say that the world is safer because saddam hussein is gone it is egg -- significantly safer. >> that's his clarification. he tried to walk it back this week will the answer to that question haunt jeb bush's campaign if he decides to run? joining us now fair and balanced debate founder of political prospect carolyn mechanic heene and jessica thank you so much for being with us. >> thank you. >> do you think that he potentially just, like he said he misinterpreted the question and now he is walking that answer back
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it's not going to hurt him or do you think it will. >> this is honest and candid answer.. he didn't vote on this but yet he gave an account for why he thought it was right decision at the time. contrast to hillary clinton who is forced to account for her vote it looks very authentic on his part to make this claim and to stand by his claim. >> yeah, rather than what we are seeing from hillary clinton ducking and dodging and not answering any questions from the media. >> precisely. jesse, what do you think? this is a staff error criticized forever not coming out quick enough to make that clarification saying look, i just misinterpreted the question? >> i don't think so. i think the real problem here is jeb bush should have known from the get-go that this is going to be the number one issue for him in his campaign. most obvious thing still talked about what's going on with isis in iraq and afghanistan comes up constantly. he should have been better prepared. we also think about the fact he is talking about his own brother and that's not easy. during the clarification he made a really interesting point which was how he felt torn about disavowing
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essentially a war that took american lives and what that sounds like to the families of these veterans and those who lost their lives by saying he wouldn't have authorize dollars it. i think that shows a loft sensitivity and emocialt and things that we loved in george bush, actually. i think there might even be some upswing from this and people will get to see what kind of man he is he seems very connected to the issue. >> when you contrast to to hillary clinton and look back at the thing she said to account for her vote she says she regrets her book and proceeds to go at bush i regret the way bush used the authorization of force. she uses him as a scapegoat whereas bush honestly accounts this is what i think, this is what i feel. not blaming anyone. >> we're also talking about people on other sides of the aisle. it's very different for a brother to talk about a brother versus someone running against the brother's brother. >> jesse mentioned this is issue number one and a lot of respects and he should
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have had those talking points ready some have said maybe is he a little rusty maybe jeb bush isn't as good as a candidate as some thought. no he just misinterpreted the question. >> he might be slower out of the gate. he also isn't making as large scale fumbles as others who might come out rationally. marco rubio gave a big foreign policy speech. i think jeb bush should do something like that. he should stand up and say clearly and unequivocally how his policy stands and how it is similar. >> thank you very much. that's all the time we have. 26 minutes after the hour. coming up. living on the edge, literally. check out this video. a home about to fall into the river. then one of the president's personal pilots has been keeping a secret for years. that's next. he is here to talk about the strangest thing he has ever seen in the sky and trust us it's out of this world.
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one of the family roomer chief aides george stephanopoulos went subsequently into journalism. he now hosts the weekend show on abc news and the morning show on abc news. and he is the chief political correspondent on abc news. now we know he remains close to the clintons. he gave $75,000 of his personal fortune to the clinton foundation. this is a conflict. he did not disclose it in his interviews on the subject of the clintons and even in an interview with peter sweitzer author of the thousand famous book clinton cash. >> this back and forth throughout this entire year, was slamming sweitzer for questionable sources and material. listen to this. >> do you have any evidence that a crime may have been committed? we have done investigative work here at abc news and found no proof of any kind of direct action. there is no evidence at all that hillary clinton got directly involved in this
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decision. do you have any evidence that she actually intervened in this issue? the democrats have said this is indication of your partisaj qzw you were funded by the koch brothers. >> conflict. stephanopoulos finds a conflict here. >> are the executives taking this too lightly. stephanopoulos came out yesterday and apologized and saying did he make quite a mistake. this is significant breach to the policy what is the punishment going to be? >> the punishment if you remember geraldo rivera was fired. >> 200 bucks. >> $200 he had given to a family friend who was running in a local race in new england back in the 80's he was fired as a result of that for a $200 donation and geraldo says, you know, when you are on the outs there you are on the outs and any little insphraction they -- infraction they can find throw you out. george in charge of a lot of things on abc.
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megyn kelly's show and discussed it. listen. >> he was so aggressive. when you look back at that interview it's not a bulldog investigative. it's a political partisan. set defender of the clintons for whom he once worked. i think that's unfortunate. he was a terrific political operator during of the time he was in bill clinton's ear during the early 90's. i think for him to do this, it creates a great deal of uberous and i think he will be be really in a tough spot trying to shake this off. >> trying to shake it off so he is not going to be doing the debate but if he is so conflicted he can't do the debate how he lead the political coverage for abc with his ties to the clintons in the first place. >> he is the host of the biggest morning show and cash cow at good morning america. it's hard to see them firing him. he is not getting enough credit for pretty outrageous and apology. in his quote apology he says basically i just care so
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much about aids in africa that i gave 75 grand to the clinton foundation. if you really cared about aids in africa is that the most effective way to fight it giving to their foundation which spends massive amounts. it's ludicrous. >> that's what karl rove said yesterday on our show if you want to get right directly to the source you would funnel money directly to the source. >> there are a lot of people fighting aids in africa and clinton foundation probably the least effective way to address that problem. no, you are sucking up by giving money to the clinton foundation. >> and possibly gaining even more access. >> exactly. >> here is the other piece of this. let's look at it through a different lens. what if our brett baieror chris wallace donated to jeb bush or scott walker or mike huckabee donated to one of their foundations education whatever it may be. imagine the outcry from democrats on the other side. >> imagine, there is no corollary though because again, stephanopoulos hosts the morning show and the weekend show and he is the face of their political
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coverage. i mean, he just basically runs abc news. he is the very top. there has never been anyone in network news as powerful and george stephanopoulos is right now. >> how can he be fair not even just the other g.o.p. contenders but to other potential contenders vying for the spot for the democratic nod against hillary. >> great question. >> we'll talk to peter sweitzer. >> the lecturing. >> he will be on 8:15 this morning the author of "clinton cash." he will be here to respond. don't miss it. >> other stories making headlines. developments in the fatal shooting of two mississippi police officers. the missing gun used to kill benjamin dean and tate found by workers cutting the grass yesterday. seven suspects are facing charges,including two arrested yesterday for obstruction. accused shooter marvin banks faces capital murder charges. this morning the funeral for
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tate will be held. the 25-year-old had been on the force for nearly one year. officer dean was laid to rest yesterday. living on the edge. a home in conroe texas threatened by the swollen river. renter sean burton was aware of the erosion before she moved in last year but with all the recent flooding and rain storms, the house is inching closer and closer to collapse. >> my worry is that water is going to come in the house and then i have to worry about the land here giving way and then the house falling in the river. >> yeah, i hope she has good insurance. >> she is renting though. >> well, despite the images, burton says there is plenty of filler material to keep erosion from claiming the home for years to come. good renter's insurance. whatever happened to pizza parties. a teacher is accused of showing "fifty shades of grey" as reward to students. >> to what do you owe your
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skis. >> all things. >> must be really boring. >> a group of junior and senior girls at hampshire high school reportedly asked to watch the r-rated flick. the teacher claimed to not know what the movie was about. she had been living under a rock? 10 minutes in the assistant principal walked why and immediately shut it off. disciplinary hearing will be held monday night. >> she didn't know what the movie was about. >> walking around with a brook and brown paper bag over her head. u2 guitarist the edge goes over the edge literally. watch this. ♪ he fell off the stage thursday during the first show u2's new car. photograph of scraped arm to instagram with the message didn't see the edge, i'm okay. >> i'm surprised that doesn't happen more often
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than that, by the way in those shows. >> what is his real name? is that his actual given name the edge? >> when he popped out they said the. middle name edge. >> the rick reichmuth. >> those parents with some really great foresight. you have got to think about that huge career for your kids when you can came the child in the present tense. apple or blanket would be much better. >> camping season. bass pro shops. showing amazing tent huge, another big day of tornadoes another red bulls eye anywhere where you see the. the potentially most dangerous ones are going to be in red bulls eye garden city kansas and right down texas and noah
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oklahoma. temps climbing a few showers to start the day across tennessee and kentucky and the thunderstorms will be severe later on in the day across oklahoma and into texas. and then across the northern plains here we go. we have all of this energy moving in across this area. and by early afternoon i think we will see those storms firing in across kansas and nebraska. that is going to be a really dangerous area today. and look at this. we have snow again across the four corner states, including arizona and new mexico and into colorado, utah towards wyoming and montana. snow. even more snow across the higher elevations in toward the syria nevadas of california. all right guys. send it back to you inside. >> thanks, rick. >> you bet. >> proudly fought our our country and these flags. they were stolen off his own flag pole. that veteran is here next with a message for the thieves. >> it's not the news you
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quick headlines for you this morning. hey feds hands offer the internet. the oversees world's internet addresses will be private. in charge of assigning internet domain names overseen by the government. they want that responsibility shifted to a neutral global organization instead. the united states would no longer be in charge. i screen, we screen, we all scream over the rising cost of ice scream. the bird flu has left
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farmers with fewer hens driving up the cost of the liquid eggs used in products like that fronge treat. so if you eat ben and jerry's out of loneliness, expect to pay more. >> maybe you have to pay -- turn to greek yogurt. 44 minutes after the hour. a man who spent five years defending our country now faces a different battle at home as thieves target a symbol of his service. derek has proudly flown the stars and stripes along with the marine corps flag at his indiana home until this week when someone made off with them. now he has a message for those thieves. marine corps veteran derek holly joins us now. thanks for being with us on "fox & friends." >> thanks for having me. >> tell us your story. where were you going and when you came home, what did you notice was missing? >> well, i came home i noticed the flags were missing off the flag pole. when i got a closer glance i had actually seen the ropes had had been cut.
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>> initially did you think hey maybe it somehow came, you know, untied and landed in a tree or something? did you immediately think something nefarious was going on and someone had come by and stolen it? >> my first hope was that, maybe i would have seen it in a tree maybe we had had some storms recently that i thought maybe the rope had give way. but it came to be that they were gone and missing. >> what would you say to the people who took them and why do you think they did so? >> honestly, i can't give a reason as to why they would have done it. i have no reason to anger anyone out here. i keep to myself. but, i mean if they have them great. if you have them just be respectful of them. if you give them back, great. i don't respect them back. >> but be respectful of them exactly what do the stars and stripes mean to you you? are a father of four. flown this flag trying to teach your kids about patriotism. what does it mean to you. >> means to me the colors i
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fought under while in the marine corps for five years. my family fought for them. many of my friends fought for them. something that's run through my blood. >> and we are seeing this start to happen. i mean, i can't tell you how many times we have done stories like this. why is it going on? >> honestly, i just think it's people -- whether it's people kids, whoever they just don't have the full respect of what the colors mean to this country and to the veterans that have fought for them. >> having this unfortunate incident happen to you has it made you feel even stronger about your love for country or has it made you sad? >> it does make me sad that somebody can be that disrespectful and disgrace the colors like that, just to cut them down. but it has made me review my past five years in the marine corps and how i conduct myself as an american. >> corporal derek holly thank you so much for your time today. good luck getting them back and i know will be putting
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new ones up as soon as possible. thanks a lot. >> thanks for having me. a warning to all sun worshipers. is that sunscreen you are applying doing the job it claims to be doing for you? the brand new report that may have you thinking twice about which bottle you grab. plus one of the president's personal pilots sharing a secret he has kept for years. he once saw a real ufo? he is here to tell you about it next. ♪
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unbelievable. we were flying from kansas city to waterloo, iowa. i was just a first officer and commuter airline turbo prop crystal clear skies in kansas city. crystal clear skies first alert forecast in waterloo. good weather enroute 250 miles away we reached our crews -- cruise. small planes didn't have auto pilots. a lot of thin wispy clouds all around us. i noticed off to my right and i was sitting in the right seat was a white disk, just kind of thin u visible barely visible behind the clouds or dimly visible behind the clouds. and it was a little odd. but, you know, we are used to seeing a lot of things in
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the sky so when you see something strange you start looking around, trying to figure out what it is. and the first thing you think about is the moan bass it -- moon because it looked like the moon. the moon was over here it was a crescent not a full moon. it couldn't have been reflection of the moon. >> large disk you describe as being pretty large massive. >> following you. >> or we will following you. it was pacing us. >> something unbelievable happened to shape and color. it turned into a giant orange ball glowing in the sky? >> yeah. after we had been looking down for search lights and stuff from the ground, maybe something shining up on a cloud, couldn't find anything. after about 40 minutes we started our dissent into waterloo and as we started our dissent and looked up, here is this giant red ball just above the clouds. >> unbelievable. >> oh, it was. >> there were people, of
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course, who witnessed this on your plane as well. not just you. >> no. the captain that was on the plane did. i don't know about any much the passengers. >> like air traffic control i have talked to a lot of pilots here off the air in commercial breaks and i have asked them this question and talked about it they have all admitted they have seen ufos but they keep quiet about it why is it that they keep quiet about it? is it fear of losing their job? >> you don't want to be brandished as being crazy. that was one of our concerns before we actually reported it to air traffic control. we discussed it amongst each other, is this something that is going to jeopardize our career. the government discounts every single report that ever comes out. news media tends to or at least in the past has tnded to ridicule every ufo report. that was all going on really big back in the 1980s. >> since you came forward what you have heard from other pilots who who have said thank you for speaking about this. >> a little bit.
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i have had a few friends called me and said wow maybe this is going to finally get stuff out. i have seen stuff and it's about time that somebody came forward and you are actually getting some press and maybe people will start believing this a little bit more. >> wow. thank you so much for joining us. andy is the pilot who flew barack obama on his 2008 campaign witnessed that ufo in 198. ronald reagan admits to have seeing ufos while he was flying in an airplane couple times. i would love for you to go to our green room and jump on social media and have our viewers ask you questions on our facebook page. would you do that. >> absolutely. >> i just threw that at you. >> no problem. >> thank you. he has now apologized for not telling you about the big donation he gave to the clintons. is this just an example of the true media bias? governor mike huckabee is here at the top of the hour. plus, we knew he could throw political punches but how did mitt romney stand up in the ring against evander holyfield. the match we have been waiting for when we return.
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hey everybody, good morning. i'm appear that kooiman. a fox news alert. the mystery of the train track deepens. did something hit the train moments before it crashed? fbi has been called to the scenes. breaking details in moments. >> he has now apologized, sort of, about not telling you about the big donation he gave to the clinton foundation. is his connection with abc news and clintons another example of media bias at its worse. governor huckabee joins us in minutes to weigh in on that. >> have you ever been on a ride like this? >> dad dad we're all right.
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thank god we are all right. >> clark, we are stuck under a truck. >> joy to the world. >> the types of drivers we love to hate. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. people who text while driving can't keep it on one radio station. >> people aren't even aware they are driving a lot of paferls on the -- perils. >> the fbi investigating whether an object intentionally hit the train moments before derailing. you can see a small round crack on one of the sides of the window there diseantd conductor told investigators she heard traffic on the
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radio about an object hitting the train. >> after she recalled hearing this conversation between the engineer and the -- her engineer and septa engineer. she said she felt rumbling and her trained leaned over and her car went over on its sides. >> moments before the derailment two other trains reported getting hit by unknown objects. all three incidents happened within a few miles of each other. officials say there is no evidence it's all connected or if it caused the derailment. a death sentence handed down for the boston marathon bomber. a jury taking just three days to decide dzhokhar tsarnaev should die by lethal injection. tsarnaev was convicted last month in the 2013 bombing that killed three and injured more than 260. but now the prosecutor is raising eyebrows saying the attack was never about religion? >> this was not a religious crime. and it certainly does not
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reflect true muslim beliefs. it was a political crime designed to intimidate and -- >> dr. judy jasser says she got it all wrong. >> it's sad that the u.s. attorney has to be this theologian. the jury was much smarter. the jury said the note that he wrote when he said that one when one muslim suffers we all suffer. that showed he had intent and he deserved the death penalty because he wrote that that is clearly islamist radical part of a global movement. >> tsarnaev's formal sentencing date has not yet been set. and another fox news alert breaking overnight. after the islamic state captured most of the city. the terror group's trademark black flag spotted over several government buildings. most of the clashes are hitting the city center. forces say nearly 50 security forces were killed in a fire fight. in the meantime, the united
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states is expediting weapon shipments to iraq. >> and the rumble in salt lake city, mitt romney stepping into the ring with evander holyfield for charity. >> former presidential candidate will try to beat up the body. >> oh, down goes holyfield. >> wow. look at this. >> excuse me. romney knocks down the heavyweight champ but that's all the success he would have. romney's wife ann threw in the towel after two rounds. hollyfield wins, proceeds from the fight go to charity vision a utah based medical nonprofit that romney and his family support. >> so he he doesn't have the dad bod. >> no. >> he has the geraldo. >> wow. >> how old is he? >> maybe he should have done that in the campaign trail. >> i didn't look like that at 20. >> wow that's the story of the morning there. >> do you think he really
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knocked holyfield down or was he playing there. >> i think he was probably playing. never looked that good except for anna obviously that's a whole other story. a lot of places are going to get quite a bit of rain including here this morning across the mississippi river valley and into the ohio valley. parts of the northeast where some of those stormed could be severe later on. the bigger story is another big disturbance out across parts of the rockies. cold air. snow across every western state across the last few days. as that energy pulls into the plains we will see destructive tornadoes. all the way down toward the red river valley. places have seen so much rain the last few weeks. more rain and severe weather threat today. tomorrow moves a little bit farther off toward the north and east across the upper great lakes. severe weather could see a tornado or two across that area as well. temperaturewise, all the cold air is across parts of the west and it is warming
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up in across parts of the east. including the northeast for the weekend. tomorrow getting up to 72 in boston. 85 in new york. and we will remain warm and muggy. feels like summer down across the southeast guys. >> awesome. >> you bet. >> still talking about romney video. >> we want to bring in former governor mike huck we -- huckabee this morning. great to he see you this morning. >> great to see you guys. no, i'm not getting in the ring with anybody. i want to get that out of the way. >> you are a wise man. >> i think you could pull this off like mitt romney and evander holyfield. >> there it is. unbelievable. >> so we want to get your reaction to the scandal around george stephanopoulos of abc news. we learned this week that he gave $75,000 to the clinton foundation which is interesting in light of the very hard time he gave peter sweitzer author of the new book "clinton cash." on his shunned show recently. we put together a montage of their interview. here is part of it.
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watch this. >> do you have any evidence that a crime may have been committed? we have done investigative work here at abc news, found no proof of any kind of direct action. there is no evidence at all that hillary clinton got directly involved in this decision. do you have any evidence that she actually intervened in this issue? >> the democrats have said this is indication of your partisan interest. they say you used to work for president bush as a speech writer. you were funded by the koch brothers. >> as evidence of your par sanship. you used to work for a former president? how does that even come out of his mouth? >> he worked for president bush for a few months. george stephanopoulos worked for the clintons for many beings many years and part of the election process. >> i have been on george stephanopoulos shows many times. i was on good morning america the day after my announcement running for president. i go to bill maher, stephen colbert and jon stewart i go into a lot of arenas i know that the host has a point of view. i don't pretend they are
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being a journalist. i think the problem is if george stephanopoulos pretends that he is a journalist. look, one of the things that people say about fox news and they try to make it well fox news is all opinion. i always am very defensive because one thing roger ailes has done at this network is that he always is very careful to separate the thick wall the news division versus the programming division the six and a half years that i did a show on fox, i never pretended to be a journalist. i never pretended to be one on tv. i i was a commentator and strict view. i was required if i had a gust on and it was a politician that i had endorsed i had to always say and in the interest of full disclosure, i have endorsed this candidate in a campaign for him. i never was age to pretend i was doing that objectively. i just think that there has got to be a little bit of integrity in journalism here. >> great point on that, governor. that's what a lot of people
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are saying. abc executives are they drawing that thick line like you mentioned? they aren't firing him. it doesn't appear to be repercussions except for this half apology. take a listen. >> i now believe directed personal donations to that foundation was a mistake. even though i knew the work done to help stop the spread of aids and work in poor countries, i have should have gone the extra mile of tieing to avoid a conflict. >> i was just trying to do good. aren't their -- there more effective ways. >> absolutely. i'm glad this happened. the next time some journalist is just hammering me and hitting me about something that i did, you know, whether it was a year ago or 20 years ago i will say let me take the george on that. that's going to be my new answer. why not?
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i mean, if we always can say oh yeah, what i should have done. but the point is, if you are going to be a journalist, then you really need to be one. that means objectivity. and we have seen so much a blur between the editorial page and the news page that in so many television entities there is no longer a distinction. i believe that the network every network has a really an obligation to the viewer to say what we're doing here is news. what we are doing over here is editorial. and we separate the two. and, again i want to be very defensive. roger ailes understands that that's how he ran and runs the fox network. so, you know, i'm no longer getting paid by them but six and a half years gave me extraordinary respect and that's why i resent it when people say things about fox that it's not really a news organization. my experience is, yes it is and they would have never allowed what we saw with george stephanopoulos. never would have been allowed. >> this is practical implications for you are
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running for president. george stephanopoulos hosted debates at the past. would you appear at a debate he was hosting. >> fortunately to me i don't have to make the decision. ryan priebus they are going to have veto power over the host. not have a host who is actually just in it for the entertainment value. i'm grateful and i spoke to the rnc yesterday in phoenix. one of the things they have done they have recognized that the purpose of republican debattle is not to provide entertainment ventricle europe for the masses. help republicans to pick a candidate to cover their banner. gear the debates in every way towards helping had the republicans of america come to a decision about who they would like to be president. and, frankly i think when they do that, they are going to pick me. that's just the way i kind of see it. i'm looking that way anyhow. >> let's move to hillary clinton now because have there been some reports this week about how much the clintons have earned in speaking fees. of course, a lot of this
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coming to light and the clinton foundation donations and suddenly bill clinton getting huge speaking fees right after certain people donate to the clinton foundation. it breaks another $25 million in speaking fees. since january 2014. 5 million. this all comes a year after she said how difficult it is and how hard it was for her when they left the white house. she also slams ceo pay back in april. she said there is something wrong when ceos make 300 times more than the typical worker. there is something wrong when american workers keep getting more productive as they have. and i just saw a few minutes ago, very possible because of education and skills training. but that productivity is not matched in their paychecks. what do you make of that? is that okay? she made that money? good for her. >> good for her that she made money. that's what america is about. i resent it if they make millions and millions. some have estimated
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$130 million people have made since leaving office. dead broke. gee, i have got to pay the bills. i'm pretty sure they can pay their bills now. i don't think there is an issue of hey, could you spot me a 20? i got electric bill coming up. i'm not sure i can handle it just be honest and say we have done great. america has been good to us. we want it to be good to everybody else, too. i think it's the pretense of saying we are really really struggling out here. we are only getting half a million per speech and gee it's hard to make it on that. >> governor, i mean, you give speeches. you know what it's about. you give interesting speeches. they give benal speeches. getting 500 grand for saying children are our future. non-notable. they aren't producing anything. they are yapping to other powerful people and getting overpaid no? >> let me be fair. i have been paid for speeches and loved every minute of it. nowhere in that range. i have told a lot of people
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hey, i will come and speak for half that any day and expenses if you are going to pay me half a million. again, i don't resent the fact that they commanded. i do think there is a question if the fees are disproportionate and the fees are being paid by people who are then getting favors from the u.s. government. that is an issue. and i think she is going to have to answer for that and a whole lot of other things in her campaign for president. i will tell you what, wherever weather it's george stephanopoulos, she cannot hide from questions. >> it becomes an ethical thing rather than just a monetary thing is you are positioning yourself as the champion for the working class. governor mike huckabee, thank you so much. >> you are not off the hook just yet you have to answer some other questions because we are going to ask you about this your competition this morning jeb bush who had a rough week he doubled down on iraq war comments before walking it back later in the week. will that answer haunt his campaign if he disguise to run? oh by the way is he not a
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knowing what we know now, what would you have done? i would not have engaged. i would not have gone into iraq. that's not the to say that the world is safer because saddam hussein is gone. it is significantly safer. >> he tried to walk it back this week. will it answer to the question haunt jeb bush's campaign if he decides to run? former arkansas governor mike huckabee joins us to react. do you think the world is quote significantly safer since saddam hussein is gone? do you think that's true? >> i think a lot of people in iraq are safer and probably a lot of the people in the world are safer.
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i don't know that the world is safer and not so much because of specifically saddam hussein bugger question is we are not as safe because we didn't understand the role radical islam not just in iraq but around the world. a lot of people have jumped diswreb bush this week. i'm going to cut him some slack. it's a fair question. every question when you are running for president is fair. >> you have to be fair coming up side your head. let's be clear. leadership is not the luxury of making decisions with information that you are going to have 12 years from now. leadership is making decisions with the information that you have. and unless you are marty mcfly and can take a ride in the delorean and go ahead 12 years and come back or unless clarence the angel can take you george bailey into the future and let you see how it's all going to turn out none of us have the luxury of making decisions based on information that everyone is going to be looking at several years later.
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>> answer the question what megyn megyn kelly asked and what it boils down to. governor huckabee you are signing your own pledge to the people defending the constitution and pursuing an economic agenda that will benefit all americans. what does this mean and how does it work? >> one of the things that i learned running in 2008. you get about a dozen pledges a day from organizations that say pledge this pledge, this pledge to us. i said, look, i'm going to make a pledge. my pledge is is to the american people in pledge for tax reform i took their language verbatim yeah i'm for that i won't raise taxes. won't support raising taxes. i put that language in and satisfies them. this is my pledge to the american people because i didn't want to get lost in this dozens and dozens of pledges every day. people want to go to it. see on my web site mike
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huckabee.com. i'm for term limits. i'm for ending judicial supremacy. you know, i want to see a balanced budget amendment and a host of things that i believe americans want as well. >> will you pledge right now on our show to come back throughout the next couple of months to do our weekend show? >> you know, clayton it's actually in that pledge. [ laughter ] >> it's number 6. it's right there. >> i'm so glad we got it in writing. >> already there. thanks governor. >> thank you guys. >> well, president obama offering this message to our men and women in blue. >> can work harder as a nation to heal the rifts that still exist in some places between law enforcement and the people you risk your lives to protect. >> but is he responsible for aiding that tension with his past comments? we report. you decide. >> and then a warning to all sun worshipers, a 30 of all sun screens fall short of their promise to keep you safe from skin cancer. so which ones work? what do you need to know
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i request pretty much guarantee that you are not. the reason that all sunscreens are are over-the-counter drugs and they are very tightly regulated by the fda. but that testing is done under very controlled circumstances in a lab not
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in the real world. and real world use will never match what you see in the lab. >> yeah. the way that you put it on, how thick it is. once you get in the water. are you sweating? >> exactly. that's the problem i had with the "consumer reports." i love "consumer reports" if i'm getting a new report, that's where i go it look. but when it comes to sun screens, it's a little bit tricky. because the testing that they do isn't the same as the fda testing. and you are going to get different results every time. >> right. >> so you have to assume if you are using an spf-50 you are lunge if you are getting spf-20. >> reapretty often. a lot of us want to get in the sun. what can we use instead? >> i brought you several choices. we start with the christie brinkley. this has a spf of 30 and ir defense. we know you have to protect against the sun. you want broad speck spectrum. i see discoloration. this has extra broad
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spectrum. >>uva and uvb. >> that's really broad and feels good on the skin. if you don't like it you won't use it. >> knew -- nutrajina spray. >> you can spray on wet so kids can spray it on while they are running u don't want to inhale it that's a problem. i don't like this for the face. but it's great for the kids they are running around on the beach. >> yes it will. >> next suspect aveeno. >> hydrating and uses oat meal technology, very soothing to the skin. a lot of these are paraben free. i think the christie brinkley and. i love that the aveeno has oatmeal considered natural. when it comes to sunscreen natural doesn't mean
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anything. you want science. you want clinical testing. you want studies behind it instead of just words. >> doctor we have one more and not a lot of time. that's the helio plex. it has a high spf as well and this is a another very popular one. >> dr. doris day thank you so much. we want to get out in the sun. we want to protect ourselves. >> you have to be smart about it. >> thank you so much. 28 minutes after the hour on your saturday morning should illegal immigrants be allowed to serve in the military? that's being debated in the house. one republican is outraged it's even on the table. congressman louie gohmert joins us. then, have you ever been on a ride like this? >> dad? dad. >> we're all right. thank god we are all right. >> clark, we are stuck under a truck. >> the type of drivers we love to hate. first a check in with eric bolling on what's coming up on cashing in.
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i honestly don't think you are going to find the grand canyon on this road. >> i saw the detour sign.
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>> i didn't see any. >> i saw them when you and mom were trying to fold the map. >> audrey when they close the road they put up big signs like this one. [screams] >> coming up for memorial day. millions and millions of people are going to hit the road and hopefully the weather will be good enough. expedia identified some of the road driving habits that we can't stand. >> the first one is thehat's is deplorable and illegal. the next one is the tailgater. >> i can't stand that. i'm going to say who do you think is the worst offender in the tailgating? male or female. >> men, of course. right? >> because they are anxious to governmental that's annoying but it's not half as bad as the next two. the left lane hog that's someone who gets in the left lane not the fastest person on the road and crawler close cousin to left lane hog driving too slow. main sinners. >> thank you for calling both of them him.
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>> i'm going to give the left lane hog to the women. >> i actually was going to do the same. this is probably the women too, putting on lipstick. giving the kids goldfish in the backseat. >> i totally admire that. >> until you crash and burn. >> you reach around to. >> focuses on the accidents but think of all the people who accomplish so much in the car and don't get in an accidents. i mean, no one ever celebrates them for their versatility. >> because it's deplorable. >> what are your biggest driving pet peeves, share them this morning with you. we will add them to the list tally them up. >> what about the passenger who is the backseat driver or the person who can't keep it on one radio station. >> backseat driver makes my palm sweat just thinking about it. >> other stories making headlines. president obama marks the end of police week by calling for healing. >> we can work harder as a nation to heal the rifts that still exist in some places between law enforcement and the people
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you risk your lives to protect. >> but that is a very different tone than the one he had in december. >> a simmering distrust that exists between too many police departments and too many communities of color. >> well, milwaukee county sheriff david clark tweeted the president doesn't believe a word he said at the memorial and believes that cops are racist. when is he going to sincerely give us our respect then? today was politically expedient and advantageous to say. this. >> and terrifying video of a train slamming into a georgia bus. you have to see to believe. [horn honking]
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thank goodness they acted quickly oncoming freight train slams into this must. even though the observant passengers got off that bus all five were sent to the hospital. one man is still recovering from neck and spinal injuries. suspended the driver and is investigating the accident. a teenager collapses in gym class and says jesus saved his life. 17-year-old zach clemens suffered sudden cardiac arrest he had no heart beat for 20 minutes. arrived just as doctors in sex just -- texas were just about to pronounce him dead. >> i saw a man with a chick beard it didn't take me long to know that was jesus. i went up to him and he put
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hi friends, good morning, a quick look of headlines from the animal kingdom. a bobcat and coyote literally fight like cats and dogs in texas. it was a little too close for comfort. he couldn't help but record the ruckus here and maybe it just really wanted some bread sticks. watch this. a run away horse leads police in south carolina on a chase that ends near olive garden. the horse wasn't hurt and is now back home with the owner. olive garden apparently has
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new bread stick sandwiches. >> and the bottomless salad. >> tucker over to you. >> thanks, anna. >> here is a question being debated in the house of representatives should illegal aliens be allowed to serve in the military. house republicans slammed the door shut over debate defense bill. 20 republicans voted in favor of the idea. is there dissent in the ranks. here to weigh in republican from texas louie gohmert. you were against this, why? >> in order to get the majority in the senate and the house that we would stop the president's illegal unconstitutional amnesty that he did in contravention of actual law. and got down to the funding of the department of homeland security and did not stop the funding for the illegal, unconstitutional amnesty. and the big reason that our leaders said it was okay that we didn't defund it is
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that we had this united states district judge named andrew who had enjoined it. stopped if from happening. that was a temporary injunction tucker. and this language that was slipped into the bill in the wee hours of the morning indicated that this deferred amnesty was a vital program. that was a slap at the one judge who was standing up for the constitution. it could have been judicial notice before the fifth circuit of appeals or the supreme court temporary injunction. i have heard from some so many people in my district and the country they want a career. they fought hard for us. they are getting a pink slip can't stay in and finish
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their career there and now we have got people saying hey, forget those people that have devoted their lives to saving this country. we're going to let them get bumped out by people that are illegally here. tucker that's just wrong as could be. >> it's a little odd philosophically, isn't it, to encourage foreigners to fight our wars for us. that's a move out of late rome is it not? shouldn't americans fight their own wars? >> it didn't work for the british. they mired -- hired the most vicious well trained mercenaries in the world the home invasions. that's who washington capture ited when he went across the delaware christmas eve. no it hasn't always worked out well. we have got plenty of people. if this were a situation where we are desperate to get more people in the military fine, let's talk about how we recruit people that are here legally illegally, as long as they are upstanding americans. it's just troubling when we are going to boot law
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abiding patriotic americans who dedicated their lives to protecting america. boot them out of the military and say sorry we're bringing in people illegally here and forget about your career. hillary clinton for campaign to ho disagrees with you pretty profoundly. >> she will suck up to anybody who she thinks will get them votes legally or ill ely. >> that's a topic for another day. i hope you will return and flush it out a little bit. >> i love visiting with you. thank you good to be with. >> you the boston bomber has been sentenced to death in boston. the u.s. attorney says he wasn't driven by his religious believes but by political motives. is she a theologian? does she know what she is talking about? we will bring you the latest on that. fallen father's legacy was gone forever when they were outbid trying to buy his squad car but the biggest surprise was just around the corner. one of them here to share the heart warming story of
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the son of fallen officer. he joins us. >> thanks for inviting me. >> what an emotional exchange there tell us what's going through your mind as you are getting outbid? >> so i was just kind of, you know, i was sitting there and i had had a set amount that i was going to do. and as soon as it went past that i was, you know, i kind of just had given up hope. at an auction if you get outbid, you are done. >> yeah, you are out of luck. how did you raise all that money in the first place? >> i started up a donation page on my fund me and i was just trying to reach out to everyone that i could that would, you know, donate and a bunch of people did and i thank them for that if it wasn't for them, i probably wouldn't be right here. >> then this local rancher outbid you and i'm sure your heart just sinks to your chest it's written all over
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your face in that video. once you get the keys, what are you thinking? are you just beside yourself? >> yeah. i couldn't even find words. as soon as he handed me the keys i shut down and i couldn't believe it it and so i got up, i shook his hand, you know, i hugged him. i was just crying. i couldn't find words to express it. i know that you and your family try to remember your father as many ways as you can with the american flag that he flew and his uniform. now you have this dodge charger. what are you going to do with the car? >> the inside is pretty tore up from when they were taking out everything and stuff. i think i'm going to fix that i'm going to drive it around and use it as a cruising car me and my brother. yeah i'm so excited. i'm going to try to keep up on that car and keep it as long as i can. >> well, we know that this just was overwhelming and amazing for you and i'm sure you are so proud and your father would be proud as well. tanner brownlee thank you
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for your time today. of course, thank you. >> restoring hope. amazing. 55 minutes after the hour. stunning new twist in the train tragedy. did something smash the windshield just seconds before it crashed? why the fbi is now being called in. >> and it's the age old question why don't guys ever ask for directions? it's just been answered but we don't think it's really a surprise.
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called in. the details in moments. >> the boston bomber gets the death penalty and then the prosecutor who tried him has this message. >> the defendant claimed to be acting on behalf of all muslims this was not a religious crime. >> thanks for the lecture. does she have any idea what she is talking about black the bloody note left. the facts from the bombing trial in boston coming up. >> you a their -- you >> we found no proof of any kind of direct action. >> what george didn't tell us he donated tons of money to the clinton foundation. that's at the center of the book. the author, peter sweitzer joins us life this hour to fire back. he wasn't able to answer any questions during that interview. "fox & friends" hour three
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starts right now. >> well, good morning happy may 16th. the middle of may. it's great to he see you both. it's amazing this month is half over. it is almost half over. it's the 16th. >> we need a little bit more rain to wash this pollen away. >> you look lovely in pink this morning. we want to get to this fox news alert out of philadelphia. the mystery deepens around. amtrak. what caused this thing to derail? new reports this morning that something may have smashed into the windshield moments before it went off the rails. and this wouldn't be the first train that had had this happen over a 30 minute span. getting reports two other trains about it 20 minutes earlier also had something hit their windshields. >> here is the septa train. >> exactly. looking at a local philadelphia based train line septa and you are
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seeing its smashed windshield there on the left. on the right is the photograph of the amtrak train both have windshields smashed by some unknown object. speculation at this point includes a bullet, a rock, or some unknown heavy projectile. >> that's why the fbi has now been called in to examine what caused this crash. >> yeah, and if you take a look at your screen, you see that round circular crack in the windshield. and, you know, it could just be some punk kids throwing rocks that never intended to do something like this. it could be something a whole lot more nefarious. the unfortunate thing is the main conductor the main engineer he is being very cooperative on all accounts from investigators. but he doesn't remember anything after ringing the bell several miles away at a previous station. now hopefully he is just in shock and those memories will come back to him and that could certainly lead to more answers. >> that's consistent with
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post traumatic stress disorder having amnesia. we take you through the time line. gets really fascinating. dive into specifics here. 9:05 p.m. a different amtrak train reports, now remember, this is all happening over the radio. the conductors are hearing this information near philadelphia that at 9:05. a separate amtrak train that had nothing to do with this crash was struck by some object. and then 10 after 9:00 the septa train local regional rail was also reportedly hit. you heard the conductor say look we were hit by a rock or something shot at us. >> 20 minutes later the training question the one that derailed outside of philadelphia went off the tracks. shortly before it did one of the amtrak employees on that train a woman says now that she believes she heard the engineer say we have been hit by something if true this would completely change the nature
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of this tragedy. first speculation was this was negligence on the part of the engineer. if true this would change this from an accident to the crime. >> one of the reason the fbi has been called in for technical expertise on this. walter from the ntsb had this to say. he is talking about the female co-conductor who may have heard this while in the cafe train. listen. >> the septa engineer had reported to the train dispatcher that he had either been hit by a rock or shot at. the septa engineer said he had a broken windshield and placed his train into emergency stop. she also believed she heard her engineer say something about his train being struck by something right after she recalled hearing this conversation between her engineer and septa engineer.
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she felt rumbling and her train leaned over and her car went over on its side. >> unbelievable. she is back in the cafe car. hears this talk over the radio. the car derails and falls over and crashes. >> initially the train speeds up from 70 miles per hour to over 100 miles per hour. that's still another question left unanswered if it was hit by a rock or some other projectile why did the train speed up? >> i do feel sorry for the engineer who many people blamed ordered to death. that's the news out of boston. a jury there deciding that the marathon bomber, dzhokhar tsarnaev should pay for his crimes with his life. the verdict comes in the third day of deliberations. molly line has reaction for us from boston. molly? >> seven women five men deliberated for more than 14 hours ultimately determining that death appropriate punishment. dzhokhar tsarnaev demeanor
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fate was shared with a packed courtroom fate was shared with survivors and family members. jurors cheerful; ended the weeks of seeing graphic evidence and hearing testimony: iconic marathon in april of 2013, 264 people were injured. some horrifically maimed and three killed. 8-year-old martin richard 23-year-old lindsey lu and 29-year-old crystal marie campbell. later, the two terrorists ambushed and executed. mit police officer sean collier. prosecutors say the brothers were equal partners that tsarnaev was inspired by radical jihad. >> the defendant was an adult who came to believe in an ideology of hate. and he expressed those beliefs by killing maiming and mutilating innocent americans. >> survivors of the attack are beginning to weigh in including mcdonahue a
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transit officer who nearly bled to death after being struck by a bullet standoff in watertown massachusetts. in ceremony officer donahue was promoted to sergeant. he writes we can finally close this chapter in our lives. the verdict undoubtedly a difficult one for the jury, gives me relief and closure as well as the ability to keep moving forward. a formal sentencing date has yet to be set. clayton? anna? tucker? >> in molly line's report there you saw and heard from the u.s. attorney carmen ortiz saying she believes this was a fair trial and tsarnaev is going to die for his crimes but she also said that this was a political crime and not about religion. is she take notes from president obama? listen to this. >> make no mistake the defendant claimed to be acting on behalf of all muslims this was not a religious crime. and it certainly does not reflect true muslim beliefs it was political crime. designed to intimidate and
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to coerce the united states although the defense claimed that the defendant was himself intimidated and coerced by an older brother. the evidence did not bear that out. the defendant was an do adult who came ideology. >> didn't she see the note in the boat praising his brother and jealous of his brother wishing he could do the same i don't mourn his soul it is very much alive. >> here is the note praising allah. why don't we listen to what these people are saying. isis says it's a religious war. they have specifically tie their ideology to getting back to a pure form of islam. that's what they say. why are we afraid to call it is what it is? >> why don't liberals ever take a break from lecturing the rest of us on what we are allowed to think. since when did carmen ortiz become expert on islam and what is or is not legitimate
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expressions on islamic faith? what does she know about this? why are they all defending islam? why does the president get up there this isn't islam? really? what makes you a expert on that. >> given the doubt islamic extremism where they go out and try to bomb innocent americans and innocent people around the world and peaceful muslims. we know the difference. >> but they are running a pr campaign on behalf of religion they don't even believe in. what is that about? why do they feel the need to get up there and lecture us about this? >> let us know your thoughts. you can go to our facebook page this morning. was it politically motivated or religiously motivated. facebook.com. >> a fox news alert. iraq's military is sending reinforcements to ramadi afte captured most of the city. the terror group's trademark black flags over several government buildings. the u.s. expediting weapons
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shipments to iraq. extreme weather now 1200-mile stretch of the central united states is bracing forlg another round of storms. high winds and tornado threats. three people were hurt at a construction site in gregory texas several tornadoes rolled through that area. powerful lightning stretched from colorado to nebraska. the storms there produced rain hell and several reports of funnel clouds. and there was too much rain in california. check out this scene in west hollywood where a staircase has turned into a water fall. i have never seen that. and new details are emerging about the mysterious arson at washington, d.c. mansion. just a mile from president joe biden's home. listen to this. police are now saying three of the four people found dead inside were stabbed to death before the fire was set. a corporate executive died, along with his wife and 10-year-old and a housekeeper. police are looking for information about the family's car. it was set on fire and found abandoned in maryland.
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and it's a question as old as time that works whether you are driving or swimming. >> there's somebody. hey -- >> -- dori, ask it directions it can ingest us and spit out bones. >> what is it with men and asking for directions? >> it always goes back to a disney movie. so why do men have trouble asking for directions? duke university researchers say it's an ego thing. apparently men feel like they will be judged too harshly if they ask where to go. women aren't off the hook. women don't mind showing weakness as much. but then you really show your true colors when you end up driving around in circles. >> we refuse to ask for directions. must have been a detour down there. wanted to see the scenic route. >> something said for that whole point a to point b lynnian mind set you are trapped in. >> exactly.
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>> we don't need to get this in time. >> the trood less traveled, right? >> two roads diverged. all right. we have got some pretty significant rain this morning right across parts of the mississippi river valley. this is going to playing us for a lot of the day with scattered showers. rain coming in because of this disturbance upper level disturbance colder air there that is going to bring severe weather and more rain across texas and oklahoma. some spots over 18 inches of rain in the last week and a half. won't take a lot more rain and get some more flooding. probably see a few spots two to three inches of rain with these big thunderstorms that we are going to be watching today and some of those thunderstorms are going to be very severe, i think, and we could be looking at very large tornadoes and long lasting tornadoes and some of them potentially going late on in to the tonight. where you see this red that's the bulls eye for the worst of what we are going to see.
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does includic. up to nebraska. a number of areas under that threat for that. tomorrow moves a little bit off toward the north and east in across parts of the northwestern great lakes. more severe weather. it's may it's what we get. today is going to be a very dangerous one. >> well, that's kind of ominous. >> started raining outside. bass pro shops. good thing we have tents out there. >> coming up. terrifying moment on a bus when a train slams right into it. heart wrenching screams as passengers try to get out alive. >> next. the author of clinton cash was grilled by george stephanopoulos. >> do you have any evidence that a crime may have been committed? we have done investigative work here at abc news found no proof of any kind of direct action. >> no proof. but what stephanopoulos didn't tell us. he donated tons of his own money to the clinton foundation at the very center of the book. would have been nice to know that the author peter sweitzer fires back next. ♪ i would like to know where you got the notion ♪ rock the boat
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abc news anchor and former clinton campaign operative george stephanopoulos said he had only the best intentions when he donated 75 grand to the clinton foundation. but he didn't bother to disclose that before this interview with our next guest. the author of "clinton cash" the book outlining the ties between the government and foreign governments. >> do you have any evidence that a crime may have been committed? we have done investigative work here at abc news. found no proof of any kind of direct action. there is no evidence at all that hillary clinton got directly involved in this decision. do you have any evidence that she actually intervened in this issue? the democrats have said this is indication of your partisan interest. they say you used to work
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for president bush as a speech writer. have you funded by the koch brothers. >> we have done investigative work here at abc news. joining me now the author of "clinton cash." when george stephanopoulos who was, of course, clinton operative in the 1989 2 campaign accused you of being. did the alarms go off. >> yes, it did. the issue for me is not tough questioning. i went on with chris wallace and chris wallace asked tough questions too. the differences in this interview i didn't really have much of a chance to respond. and, of course, he didn't disclose the glaring conflict of interest. not just with these donations, tucker, by the way but we also now know that the campaign manager for the clinton campaign. participating in clinton foundation and clinton global initiative events including as a speaker and
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moderator. some of those by the way sponsored by people that i expose in the book. so this goes beyond just the contribution. i mean it's a web of tangling relationships. >> it is. and here is what i found so striking. his apology in which he basically says i'm such a good person. such a compassionate person and got in trouble because of my own virtue. if you really cared about eliminating aids in africa, would you give money to the clinton foundation to do that? >> no. because as i point out in the book, and as the clinton foundation admits, they don't actually do hands on work with people dealing with aids. they will partner with other organizations that are doing on the groundwork, but the clinton foundation itself does not do any of that. and that sort of part of the problem. i talk about in the book the clinton blur where they blur governments and private interest. here you have in a sense the stephanopoulos blur which is he is a journalist who had a pass -- past as operative
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for bill clinton. look that's a previous chapter in his life he has gone into journalism. now you have all these intangling relationships occurring right now as he was covering the clinton campaign in 2008. as he has continued to cover the clintons up until now none of it ever disclosed goes beyond donation did. abc news knows about any of this. did they not care? >> bottom line it seems unfair to you. you are on the guy's show. lots of people watch it if you had known he had given 75 grand to the clinton foundation. wouldn't that have been helpful for you? >> it would have been very helpful. tucker i have got to tell you. i was astonished when the washington free beacon broke this story. if a researcher of mine had had come to me three months ago and said we want to research and see whether george stephanopoulos gave to the clinton foundation, i would have said no way. he would never be that reckless to do that i was shocked. >> peter sweitzer.
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thanks for joining us this morning. >> 47 million people on food stamps. now the obama administration is going to make it much easier for them to get that food stamps. tell you details coming up.
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there you are, you are are sure looking good on saturday morning, quick headlines for you now much the gun used in the fatal shooting of two mississippi police officers has been found in the grass by city workers. police also arresting two more people on obstruction charges yesterday. they join five others. including accused shooter marvin banks. and this morning officer la cory tate will be laid to rest. officer benjamin dean's funeral was thursday. and a want to bin laden lt. will now spend the rest of his life behind bars.
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convicted for his role in the 19 8 bombs of two u.s. embassies in africa that killed 224 people, including a dozen americans. clayton, over to you. >> thanks, anna. it's a story everyone is talking about. tom brady has officially filed an appeal for his four game suspension. but now the super bowl mvp facing another challenge. nfl commissioner roger goodell will preside over his hearing. how will had impact the case? does he very a case at all? joining us now to debate it is criminal defense attorney eric guster and defense attorney who has represented several nfl players. richard roth, nice to see both of you this morning. >> nice to see. >> you good to see. >> you we talk about these things as if it's an actual judicial process. it's the nfl so they can write their own rules richard, right? >> absolutely. the nfl has after all the scrutiny they had last year is concerned they do the right thing here. it's not easy. the problem with tom brady is that he cheated in the game. >> allegedly. >> we know that know. >> allegedly. >> we don't know that but the finding is by circumstantial evidence it was credible and probable evidence that he did cheat.
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okay. it's not just about cheating. he concealed information he wouldn't give emails and texts. he said his testimony was not truthful. it's cheating, lighting an concealing. three things that any employee. >> proven yard. >> they are not -- they are not she sure that he was cheating. i think there is a great chance that he knew something was going on. the report said it's more probable than not. which means that even in the criminal defense world, is he not guilty. and the nfl, they are making these rules as they go. and that's the problem that they have are. they don't have a standard. they don't have a precedent for something like this. and now the commissioner wants to hear the case himself. >> okay let's bring up roger goodell is going to preside over this hearing. >> yes. >> would that ever happen in like a philadelphia circuit if a judge has that kind of level of involvement? >> it actually, you know, it actually does. go to the securities industry. the security regulators, preside other proceedings. no different than the nba the major league baseball. they actually take affairs
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in own hand. eric is right. there is no standard. who would have thunk deflate-gate. so it's a very funny and unusual circumstance. >> is this penalty does this penalty fit the alleged crime? we hear of other players you know, we saw the video right, in the elevator of ray rice. two game suspension. >> and that's the best thing for tom brady. he has kessler defended peterson ray rice. he has gotten them reinstated. he has the dream team on his side. i think he is going to be, that penalty is going to be wiped away. >> do you think it will be wiped away? >> it won't be wiped away. it will be reduced by one or two games. >> it's like a negotiation you start high. was that the thinking all along. 10 game suspension down to two. >> yeah, because it's all about perception. there is nothing he did. eric is right. he didn't do anything wrong. he didn't pawnch woman. >> in the nfl they have this perception problem and it's bad. they have people knocking women out on the elevators. whipping children. they have to do something to core themselves.
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>> how about a little deflated football. >> richard and eric great to see you this >> thank you very much. >> still ahead terrifying screams as a bus -- as bus passengers see a train coming right for them and then try to get out. watch this. [. >> oh no, oh no, oh no. [train horn] >> holly -- holy smokes. tour of the south one dish at a time. get ready to hit the road for hidden local favorites. e o southern living style. our whole studio smells fantastic this morning. stick around. ♪ iwork hard ♪ i play harder ♪ i'm an american daughter.
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all right. >> yeah. >> all right. yes. thank you. [ laughter ] >> thank you so much. >> this is wonderful. >> and you got to us before we got all hot and sweaty. >> oh, it's your shot of the morning. a pair of delaware police officers walking the streets hoping to spread some cheer. >> newark, delaware officers james and aaron thought of the idea a few months ago after all the news surrounding the police. >> video facebook page racked up nearly 4 million views. this could be the answer to the stop and risk issue. >> if you watch at the end
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every person that hugged the cop was arrested. >> no. >> you can tell the people are actually really embracing it. not like they are giving little side hugs. come on, bring it in. >> firearms. >> sting operation. very effective. >> some other stories making headlines this saturday morning. terrifying video of a train slamming into a georgia bus you have to see to believe. [horn] >> oh no, oh no, oh no. [train horn] >> thank goodness that initial person made the call it to get everybody out. oncoming train slams into stuck bus. even though the passengers got off the bus all five sent to the hospital. one man still recovering from neck and spinal
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injuries. suspended the driver and is investigating the accident. from tears to years. an arizona single mother who left her two young sons in a hot car during a job interview is sentenced to 18 years of supervised probation. taylor's story drew sympathy and donations from across the country after her teary eyed mugshot ended up online that support quickly when she children's trust fund as part of a plea agreement. >> they are just making it easier for people. soon you may be able to pick up the phone -- the phone to get food stamps. a report from the department of agriculture mixing personal interviews from the snap program because get. this it adds too much administrative costs. it's still in the research phase at the moment last year 47 million people were enrolled in the ebt program. some people really need it. well a colorado sheriff's deputy and father of two is killed in the line of duty. his sons hope to own a piece of their father's legacy
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when the squad car was up for auction. upset initially to find they were outbid by a local rancher named steve wells. seconds later something amazing happens. >> here is your card. -- car. >> i shook his hand and i didn't know. >> he paid 60 othousand dollars for the car. he didn't want to be interviewed saying he didn't want it take away anything from tanner brownlee's moment. tanner joins us earlier on the show. >> as soon as he handed me the keys, i shut down and i couldn't believe it. and so i got up, i shook his hand, you know. i hugged him. i was just crying. i couldn't even find words to express it. >> tanner now says he and his brother plan to fix up the car so they can drive it around town. those are your headlines. happy headlines. >> what a great guy that rancher is. >> i'm impressed. >> i wouldn't mind getting a police cruiser put the lights on it. people move out of your way.
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>> i have a friend who did that. it's illegal by the way. details in the commercial break. >> oh, shucks. rick reichmuth standing by with food. >> hey guys a little weather first. i keep on talking about may and severe weather season. take a look he at the maps and he show you what i'm talking about. generally in may, this is where we have the greatest threat for tornadoes where you see that pink. there you go. it's called tornado alli and we have that threat today. anywhere you see that red that is the bulls eye. a moderate risk for severe weather issued by the storm prediction center. it includes oklahoma city, over wards woodward, up across wichita gashed city and eventually in and around the carney nebraska area. we could be looking at some very large and destructive tornadoes across that area today. across areas of the northeast, we also are going to be watching a little bit of severe weather. certainly some strong winds. maybe some very light hail. i don't think we will have much of a tornado threat today. we are going to be looking at quite a bit of rain. especially in the afternoon when the day heats up. down across the southeast. rain showers mississippi alabama, louisiana into tennessee and parts of kentucky.
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and then some severe weather just mentioned in oklahoma and kansas and nebraska. rain showers all the way in toward the north dakota and out across the west, still talking about snow, hard to imagine, but snow. >> and california has been praying for rain and boy did they get it. >> they sure did. they needed it. part travel guide and part cookbook. our next guest is taking us on a tour of the south. one recipe at a time with new book off the eaten path. traveler martin murphy is here with us. >> you would be a lot of fun on a road trip. >> you bet. i would stuff you because this is about a billion calories right here in this book. this book covers 16 states, 60 different restaurants and 150 of their best recipes. >> how did you get your hands on the recipes? >> i begged, borrowed and stole them in some cases. [ laughter ] >> you know what is really great, these are a lot of small restaurants around a lot of mom and pop businesses who don't get a lot of advertising budget. >> no, none.
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>> we are going to bring them some this morning which is really great. what's this first recipe? >> this recipe is from the shed. it's in ocean springs mississippi. this is a brisket. nothing more southern than barbecue. barbecue in the south is a noun not a verb. so when we talk about barbecue, we talk about things like this dry rub which the shed gave me their secret recipe to this rub. paprika and onion powder and salt and pepper and white pepper. man, you can smell how delicious this is. >> put it all? >> yeah, just dump it all in. it's just dump and stir. and then you just smoke it, low and slow for about 8 hours. so you have got to have some time for this one. >> >> tastes good. >> but it is a marvelous dish. this next one is one that is one of my favorites especially coming up in the summer. these are grilled preaches on friday pita.
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>> from georgia i bet. >> on alabama. right on the border there florida. try one of those suckers. it is from a place called the gulf. the gulf literally is made out of 8 shipping containers that they have repurposed into a restaurant. about the prettiest spot you have ever seen right on the beach there in florida. >> making a lot of money on the peaches. >> man, they are some kind of delicious peaches. >> you drove 15,000 miles putting this cookbook together. you know about the foods. you were the editor of southern living magazine. you know about this and you have chosen the right things for us. >> i choose the things that i like to eat and that the restaurants love to serve. these are recipes they aren't just my dream recipes i always wanted to put in the book. these are the things that keep these restaurants in business. favorite recipes of all the small restaurants across the south. >> got to get repeat customers if you are a restaurant. >> you can't do something experimental and backy, you have got to do things really that customers love.
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this is the whiskey smash. it is from a great little spot in -- called scratch in norman oklahoma. and, of course, it wouldn't be if i didn't bring bourbon on your show. awesome drink. never too early in the morning for a bourbon cocktail made with lemon and mint. >> i had a feeling that was going to happen. >> man down. >> this is the texas caviar. from one of my favorite spots in the south. if you can get into sissies i recommend you go. they serve more champagne than any other restaurant in the state of texas. and also the best friday chicken you have ever tasted. >> texas caviar is black eyed peas. >> that's right. >> this is all outstanding. your book right here. you can get it "on the road again, southern living." we will put all these recipes up on our web site foxandfriends.com. >> tucker, send it over to you. >> thank you filled with envy. if the press was allowed to ask hillary clinton one
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question, do you think it would be something like this? >> a lot of jobs in this country and around the world. but, of course, when you manage through a very. >> why is carly fiorina get asked if she is just hoping for second place? you know, it's actually pretty difficult for military members to reunite with dogs fought wars with special group trying to change all of that they join us live coming up.
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financial operation. hills wife a expected member of isis. captured and being held in iraq. no troops were injured during this operation. >> all right clayton thanks so much. can a. >> carly fiorina hitting the campaign trail hard. talking to voters and fielding questions from the press left and right. all the why hillary still keeping quiet. yet, katie couric wants to know if fiorina is serious about her campaign. >> many people believe you don't have a great chance of securing the gop nomination. you are polling at around 1%. so is this -- are you hoping that you may be, in fact, tapped as a vice presidential candidate? >> so are you running for a vp rather than the p.? well, fox news contributor katie pavlick. the truth about the left and war on women. katie, thanks for being with us. >> good morning thanks for having me. >> funny how the left conveniently argues for being champions for women only in select situations.
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some would call this question degrading to women. others would say it's fair. where do you stand? >> i certainly think that the question was very patronizing and condescending. i wonder when hillary clinton is going to ask hillary clinton if she is really serious about running for president instead of just running for that vice presidential spot. look, carly fiorina is new to the national scene in terms it of politics. she is increasing her poll numbers. she is acting more presidential than hillary clinton by going out and actually answering hundreds of questions in a week while hillary clinton has only answered 8 in a matter of over the course of a month. and so for her to ask this question really is a way for her to try and damage carly fiorina's credibility which she tried to do, of course, with sarah palin during the 2008 campaign. but with carly fiorina it's not going to work because she had a great response by saying would you ask a man that question? and although katie couric said yes i doubt the answer is actually yes. we haven't seen her ask that question to any of the
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g.o.p. male presidential candidates up to this point. she certainly had the opportunity to do so. >> katie, do you often see the left trying to delegitimize conservative candidates, you know, even in the past in an effort to keep women voting democratic? i mean if you delegitimize them cross them off. >> well, of course, you know, carly fiorina if we are going to play the gender card here which of course hillary clinton most of her campaign is being run on the fact that she is a female and they want the first female president. carly fiorina pose as direct threat to hillary clinton. been calling out hillary clinton for months on her record and asking what are your accomplishments? putting up her own accomplishments against the record of hillary clinton. so, carly fiorina poses a threat in the sense that she takes away that female card that right now the democrats think that they only have a monopoly on. but carlie is proving that that is not true. >> carly fiorina said it's not just about the miles that you log and titles that you have senator and secretary of state it's about your record. katie pavlick, thank you so
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much. >> thank you. >> 47 minutes after the hour. he is now apologizing for not telling you about the big donation he gave to the clintons. is this just an example of the true media bias? we take a closer look. coming up. then they fight side by side on the battlefield, but did you know it's actually pretty tough for our military members to reunite with their canine companion? our next guest is trying to change all of that. stick around. new flonase allergy relief nasal spray. this changes everything. flonase is the 24 hour relief that outperforms a leading allergy pill. when we breathe in allergens our bodies react by over-producing six key inflammatory substances that cause our symptoms. most allergy pills only control one substance, flonase controls six. and 6 is greater than 1. so go ahead, inhale life, excite your senses, seize the day and the night. new flonase. 6 is greater than 1.
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military dog handlers want
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lawmakers to make it easy for them to be reunited with the dogs they served with overseas. the american humane association has teamed up with the handlers to push an amendment to the national defense authorization act to include language saying military working dogs shall be returned to the u.s. after their tours end, not simply that they may be returned as the law currently states. joining me now is the president and ceo of the american humane association. also joining me is army specialist brent grommet and his dog maddie. it's great to see you. thank you so much for joining us this morning. so tell us the current state of the law and what you would like to see change. >> well the national defense authorization act allows these dogs to be retired overseas. we believe that any veteran, four legged and two legged should be returned to u.s. soil for their retirement. we're asking for changes in the ndaa that says the word may shall be changed to "shall." these dogs shall be returned. >> who would be against that
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and whoo isn't that the law now? >> i don't know why it's not the law now but we have great champions. richard hudson senator claire mccaskill as well. we're really hopeful this is the year to make a change. >> it's good to find out who the dog people are. you remember deployed to afghanistan at 19 with the marine corps. you were blessed to have a dog with you. what difference did that make? >> that made a world of difference. being in a war zone for anybody who is 19 and from a small town is scary enough. but having a familiarity such as a dog just alleviated so much stress and comfort. we were part of marsha in 2010 the biggest defense. i was attached eded 36 india company and we lost a lot of guys in a short time. and having a dog there to help cope with that helped combat the stress. just throw oog tennis ball once or twice.
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>> i don't like to go to the office without my dog. i can't imagine what a blessing that was. this is a majestic animal right here. maddie. so you served overseas with maddie? >> yes, i did. i served in afghanistan in 2012 and 2013. >> how difficult was it for you to get your dog back? >> it was -- getting him back to the united states for me wasn't as much as an issue as getting him back. i put in my paperwork twice. he was injured in afghanistan. so was i. we're both retired now. it took 18 months and a lot of help from a lot of people to be able to get him back. >> that is just -- and how hard was it to get senna back? >> they were actually trying to contact me for about six months and it was through my wife pushing me to contact the organization the contractor he had worked with and we finally, through bouncing phone numbers got in contact with each other, and after that it was very easy. and he's lucky enough to where he is a contract dog who is retired in the states. if he was retired overseas i
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would have never had him back. >> robin, we have a lot of dog lovers who watch the show, i'm proud to say. is there anything they can do to speed this up or help move it forward. >> reach your senator today and make sure that our battle buddy language stayses in there. that stays in the national defense authorization. let's make sure all of these dogs are afforded retirement in an ever loving home of their former handler here in the u.s. our great country. >> amen. and i think dogs do more work abroad than i think most people realize. >> these dogs saved the lives of 150 to 200 servicemen and women in the line of duty. >> these dogs on each different deployment. absolutely. >> that's unbelievable. well this is this is the lord's work. we're grateful to have you here. ch thank you for coming and bringing your dogs. it's tremendous. breaking at this hour u.s. military special forces conducting a secret raid to take out terror. an isis commander is dead. we'll have all the details on what just happened top of the
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hello and good morning. today is saturday the 16th of may 2016. i'm anna kooiman in a fox news alert. breaking right now. a terror takedown. u.s. military special forces conducting a secret raid in syria. an isis commander now dead. the breaking details in moments. and a stunning twist in the mystery of the derailed train outside philadelphia. turns out what looked like an
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accident may have been a crime. it looks like something smashed the windshield seconds before the crash took place. the fbi is being called into the scene, and we are live on the ground with the very latest. and you've seen how this clinton donor conducts his interviews. >> there's no evidence at all that hillary clinton got directly involved in this decision. no evidence that she actually intervened in this issue. >> the democrats have said this is an indication of your partisan interests. >> is that the kind of statement that republican field should expect heading into 2016? ann coulter is here. i just saw her. fox & friends, hour four, starts right now. hey, everybody. welcome into "fox & friends" this weekend. we hope your saturday is off to a great start. >> yeah ann coulter will be up on the the show in a moment. we have a lot to get to this hour. >> we'll start with this fox news alert breaking moments ago. u.s. military special forces take out the top isis commander.
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the pentagon saying abu sias was killed during a secret raid in syria directed by president obama. he was involved in isis military operations and also was in charge of their oil, gas and financial operations. his wife was captured by ugs forces and is being held in iraq. no u.s. troops were killed or injured during the operation. and new overnight. all eight bodies recovered from the u.s. military helicopter that crashed in nepal while helping earthquake victims. the chopper disappeared on tuesday with six marines and two nepali soldiers on board. the wreckage found in pieces in a mountainous area. radio chatter suggesting the helicopter had a fuel problem before going down. and a death sentence handed down for the boston marathon bomber. a jury taking just three days to decide dzhokhar tsarnaev should die by lethal injection. tsarnaev was convicted last
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month in the 2013 bombing that killed three and injured more than 260 others. but now the prosecutor is raising eyebrows saying the attack was never about religion. >> this was not a religious crime, and it certainly does not reflect true muslim beliefs. it was a political crime, designed to intimidate and to coerce the united states. >> well earlier on fox and friends, a doctor said she has it all wrong. >> it's sad that the u.s. attorney has to be this theologian. the jury was much smarter. the jury where the the note he wrote says when one muslim suffers, we all suffer. that showed he had intent and deserved the death penalty because he wrote that. he's clearly an islamic radical. >> and saying he was jealous of his brother who died a martyr. his formal sentencing date has not been yet set. and the rumble in salt lake
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city. mitt romney stepping into the ring with holyfield for charity. >> the former candidate will try to beat up the body. >> down goes holyfield. >> ladies come look at your screen. romney knocked down the heavyweight champion but that's all the success he would have. romney's wife ann threw in the towel after two rounds. proceeds for the fight of u.s. based medical nonprofit that romney and his family support. first time we showed that video i was wiping my eyes. all right, we got to talk about this. it's another fox news alert. a twist in the deadly amtrak derailment. the fbi now investigating the train's damaged front windshield to see if it was intentionally hit by an object moments before derailing. >> brian is live in philadelphia with the latest on this unfolding story. what do you know? >> good morning, anna, tucker and clay. the fbi has been assisting the
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ntsb since tuesday night. er in thousand investigating the lower left windshield a circular pattern consistent with some sort of flying object that may, may have flown into that windshield minutes before the crash. now this is -- this new revelation is coming on news that on that same night on tuesday, two other trains were also potentially reportedly hit by flying projectiles, including an amtrak southbound train, amtrak 2173, as well as a septa regional train which was forced to pull over and unload 80 of its peengs when it was hit by something, the same night minutes before the crash. the ntsb revealing an assistant conductor in the cafe car of the amtrak 188 train, overheard, she thinks a radio conversation between the engineer and the engineer of that septa train, in which they both acknowledged being hit by some sort of flying projectile. >> she said she heard the
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engineer talking to a septa engineer. she recalled that the septa engineer reported to the train dispatcher that he had either been hit by a rock or shot at. >> now the ntsb has interviewed brandon bostian, who is the engineer of the amtrak 188 train. he says he cannot recall anything after seeing the curve. he has no recollection of the actual derailment. remember he was con cussed and had a facial slash on his face. his lawyer says he was not on drugs. he was not on alcohol. he was not on his cell phone. again, brandon bostian says he has no recollection of that. the authorities are trying to figure out why the train in the minute before it crashed on the curve, why it accelerated. they don't know if brandon bostian manually did it.
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they're trying to figure out why it happened. these are the questions we're looking into. why did the train accelerate and now a new twist. did a flying projectile thrown or shot cause the engineer to be dis distracted and perhaps cause this derailment? we don't know. the fbi has not launcheded a criminal investigation yet. clay, anna tucker? >> thanks, bryan. so many people have pushed blame on the conductor. now it's looking like a crime. >> more interesting is the idea that it could happen to three separate trains all within the same corridor outside of philadelphia. we don't know where on the map all the incidents occurred. but we just got into fox news a photo of the first train at 9:05 p.m. now this is the first of three trains that apparently were hit by something. this is the first amtrak train at 9:05 p.m. that was hit now.
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on the second part of your screen, on the left side is the zep septa train hit 15 minutes later. and on the right side is the third amtrak train that was hit by something right on its windshield and as bryan talked about, the engineer has no recollection of it, which is consistent with post-traumatic stress. but earlier you pointed out they confirmed the cell phone was in his bag. he wasn't sufferg from any ill ens. had no drugs or alcohol in his system. >> and he's being very cooperative, too. and hopefully his memory will come back. that's something that often happens, too. when somebody goes through a tragic situation. the way our bodies cope with it is we go through amnesia and sometimes the memories come back. speaking of amnesia, george stephanopoulos forgot he personally donated thousands of dollars to the clinton foundation. why is this significant? well because after he made that
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donation the clinton foundation found itself in the news thanks to a book called "clinton cash." and stephanopoulos had the task of interviewing the author of that book on his show, this week a few weeks ago. watch the exchange that took place between the two of them. >> do you have any evidence that a crime may have been committed. >> we've done investigative work here. no proof of any kind of direct action. there's no evidence at all that hillary clinton got directly involved in this decision. no evidence she intervened in this issue. >> the democrats have said this is an indication of your partisan interest. they said you need to work for president bush as a speech writer. >> well, notice peter didn't get much of a chance to answer. >> didn't get a word in. >> it was more a lecture than an interview. >> well he was on our show earlier. tucker did the interview and decided he would step back and allowed him to respond to a few questions. here is peter on that very exchange earlier.
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take a listen. >> in this interview i didn't have much of a chance to respond, and of course he didn't disclose the glaring conflict of interest, not with these donations, tucker by the way. but we now know the campaign manager for the clinton campaign was an intern for george stephanopoulos. and he was participating in clinton foundation and clinton global initiative events. some of this sponsored by people i expose in the book. >> i was going to lecture him for daring to question the integrity of the rightful next president of the united states. i lost the talking point hillary sent me. so i had to sit there in silence. >> you asked about the idea that george's apology addressed. he came out on friday. >> it was ludicrous. >> and said he donated money because he wanted to help deforestization and aids in
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africa. >> which makes sense. but there are plenty of other ways to give. the bottom line is george stephanopoulos is feeling too conflicted about doing the debate. is he too conflicted to be handling election coverage for abc and leading the way on that, and are abc executives letting him off the hook too easy? geraldo rivera said he was fired for abc for something very similar, only a much smaller amount. a couple hundred bucks he gave to a family friend running for a small mayor race. >> but as george explains his real crime was virtue. when you care that deeply stichls you get kritsometimes you get criticized for it. the same reason you they 300 grand for speeches. you're trying to buy influence and access. >> and just imagine if chris
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wallace or brett did something like this and gave a half apology. can you imagine what the left would be doing? would be getting raked over the coals at fox news. >> chris wallace gave a tip at the tip jar at starbucks. which is very courageous of him. >> we told you moments ago about this. the boston bomber sentenced to death. >> ultimately justice has prevailed today. he wanted to go to hell and he's going to get there early. >> but will he actually die or end up living on death row for years? peter johnson jr. next. remember when you were in school and got rewarded with a pizza party? those days are over. instead you can watch "fifty shades of grey." the latest trend in education. we'll tell you where it happened.
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ultimately justice has prevailed today. he wanted to go to hell and he's going to get there early. >> going to get there early. wow. victims speaking out after the boston bomber responsible for the death of four people and the injuries of 264 others. 21-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev sentenced to death by lethal injection. >> but could he actually end up living on death row for many many years and is the government embarrassed by this jury's decision? here to explain is the great peter jackson jr. >> good morning, you know, fortunately or unfortunately i predicted in the beginning that he would be executed. i believe he will be executed after several years. there will be an appeal and probably to the u.s. supreme court. but in the end, he will be executed. >> why unfortunately? >> because i don't like to see
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anyone die. i think he deserves to die. i think it's a just fair decision the jury has reached. they weighed the aggravating versus the mitigating circumstances. what he did right in his life versus what he did wrong. did he express remorse? well here's a guy who had an opportunity to get up and swear to tell the truth and say, i was wrong. i express remorse. i'm saddened by what i did. i was wrong. he didn't. instead, he gave the finger. and after the verdict, according on the new york post he was pointing as if he was shooting at marshalls in the courtroom. so he's a low life. he's a bad guy. and unfortunately he deserves to die. i hate to say that as a catholic about anyone. but this is the right punishment. >> well people who believe in the death penalty, they say if anybody deserves to die, this is the case for it. but, you know i want to know what the appeals process is going to be looking like. a lot of these family members, they were hoping not to have
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lethal injection because -- >> it's extremely painful. but it's not their determination, with all due respect. nor is it the determination of the people who say, oh we're giving him what he wants. we're giving isis what they want. they have a martyr. that's not the task in this this country. the test is what the law is what the congress passed what the president signed. we have a death penalty for terrorism. the issue becomes what is it. >> right. i want to play this sound bite. this is causing a bit of controversy for u.s. attorney karr carmen ortiz who said this. >> it was not a religious crime and it certainly does not reflect true muslim belief. it was a political crime designed to intimidate and to coerce the united states. >> not a religious crime. >> did she read the bloody note in the boat? >> unfortunately we shouldn't mix politics and law. the u.s. code talks about domestic terrorism as a coercive
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crime. intended to intimidate to coerce but obviously this is a political and a religious act. jihad, the caliphate is based on bringing those notions together. a political act motivated by a skewed religious belief. everyone goes out of their way to say, well this doesn't reflect on the entire muslim population. and i agree that it doesn't. but that's not what we're talking about. and so to say, well let's be a little bit embarrassed by this. we don't want to offend anyone. we didn't mean to offend anyone. this man committed a despicable crime for which he will be executed. and that's based on american law, not on politics not on feeling, not on emotion, but on raw evidence that people courageously decided over 14 hours and 5 months of hearing evidence. they did the right thing in my judgment. >> peter johnson jr., very well
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said. thank you. >> good to see you guys. be well. >> coming up here on the show, a starbucks manager, sick and tired of stuck up customers and their frappucinos finally loses her cool. >> bye, bye, bye. >> stick around. she goes out with a bang. >> and then he got bad grades, so his dad made him do this. >> i hate my life. oh yeah that's his x-box. >> smashed into pieces. >> so is that father a hero or a bad guy? a parenting panel here to weigh in. come on in, ladies.
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23 minutes after the hour and a fox news alert. while you were sleeping an egyptian court sentencing president morsi to death over a 2011 mass prison break. he's already serving a 20-year sense for ordering the arrest of torturers during his time in office. and a lieutenant will send the rest of his life behind bars. he was convicted for the 1998 bombings of two u.s. embassies in africa that killed 244 people including a dozen americans. tucker over to you. >> thank you, anna. if you haven't seen this on the internet yet, stay tuned. after one father found out about his son's bad grades he gave him a sledge hammer and told him to start swinging at his xbox. >> i hate my life.
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>> go. so what do you think of this punishment? is it useful or kind of deranged? join us now to debate it is our parenting panel. she's a retired teacher. she joins us with beatty cohan, a relationship therapist and susan patton the famed princeton mom. it's great to see all of you. ful. >> pleasure to be here. >> mary ann, first to you, you watch this. isn't this teaching the child a valuable lesson? when you get frustrated or do something bad, take a sledge hammer and destroy something? >> i think it's absolutely horrible. it teaches the child nothing. absolutely nothing. the father paid for it. and you're saying to be destructive. there are so many other
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parenting skills to discipline the child. take something away. take a television program away. take the xbox away. but never to do that. because if you're going to do that to an object then the next step is you might do it to a person. >> do you incorporate a sledge hammer into your parenting advice? absolutely, absolutely, absolutely, absolutely not. i totally agree with you. he could have taken away the xbox and said look honey, for next semester if you want your xbox back you have to really step it up in school and earn the privilege of having an xbox or a television or anything else. >> suzanne, not only did he do that but he filmed it and up loaded it onto the internet. >> he's a bully. terrible parenting. i totally understand that sometimes parenting requires the discipline of a warden but it never, ever requires a sledge hammer. and he could have as the ladies said and i agree, take the xbox away. give it to a charity for children. but destruction?
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destruction? destruction and humiliation? shaming your son, bad father. >> all of you find this an appalling example of bad parenting. this this person lived next to you, would you be able to be friends with him? >> well i don't know if i would be friends with him, but i would try to direct his -- the way he handles the parenting situations. i would try to give him suggestions, and i would try to give him a little bit of advice. i don't want to stand up on a pedestal. but i would feel as a human being it would be imperative of me to do something. >> exactly. >> what i would want to do is say, you know what parenting, it is so challenging and it is so difficult, and i noticed this is what happened. have you thought that maybe there would have been some other ways and i would have been very clear that you could have handled this very disappointing situation that you just experienced with your son to try and give the person as you say,
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some advice. some good advice. >> that's a nice twa to put it. can you, susan, been friends with people whose parenting styles you abhor? >> well there's little as of upsetting as watching children off the rails or children with no discipline or having to be around them? but wow, parenting is like religion or how you spend your money. it's such a personal choice that i don't think any of us we're all parents here you don't step over the line and tell somebody else how to poornt their child. it's very hard. and it's a recipe for a broken friendship. but it's a personal choice. even the crazy dad we just saw, i'm sure in his head he was thinking this is what my boy needs to really have this lesson driven home. think it's appalling. you don't tell another parent how to raise their child. you don't tell another parent. but maybe you can engage this
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parent in a conversation and say in a situation like this i felt like doing exactly what you did. however, i did this and it had a bad consequence. >> what it was a gun instead of a sledge hammer. >> it's incumbent upon all of us to say something positive and help this person in a way, otherwise, this action will continue and continue and continue. >> you're all so nice. you can't cross that line. we're telling another parent how to parent. i'm saying you better not do that. if anybody told me or told you or told you, it wouldn't go over well. there's a lot of wisdom on this set. >> well our pleasure. have a good day. >> coming up living on the edge literally. a home about to fall right into the river. then have you ever been on a ride like this one?
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>> thank god we're all right. >> bart we're stuck under a truck. >> how skillful is that? pretty impressive. drivers we love to hate. we'll tell you who you love to hate on the road. stick around. but first, we're going to check in with uma for what's next on america's new headquarters. >> thank you very much. and coming up on the show at 2:00 p.m. eastern, you're going to hear from the lieutenant colonel about the deteriorateing conditions and why he believes we're close to the point of no return in the fight against isis over there. and also the latest on twitter's most popular great white shark. we're talking about mary lee and why she's causing quite a stir in the waters off south jersey. we're going to talk about why she's creating such a stir and already has 50,000 twitter followers. why pause to take a pill? and why stop what you're doing to find a bathroom?
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welcome back. a fox news alert now confirmed kill. senior isis commander taken out by u.s. special forces during a secret raid in syria. joining us now on the phone is fox news chief intelligence correspondent katherine harridge. nice to have you oen the show with us. what do we know about this raid? what are we learning about how this happened? >> good morning. we had a statement confirming there was a special operations raid overnight on friday into this morning, deep into syrian
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territory. and the target of that raid is an isis operative who was not a household name but we know as abus said. a military hat. a hat for financing the black market sale of oil and fuel. st midwest importantly, someone like this would be part of the command and control structure. so would have communication up into the the inner circle surrounding the ult million target of the united states. >> and a lot of the wealth catherine, for isis comes from oil. so how significant is this? >> well. >> it's very significant in the sense that the intent of the united states was to capture abu for interrogation. it's not clear to me yet this morning whether if it happened he would have been taken to a ship. we don't take people to guantanamo bay anymore. or whether he would have been
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handed over to the iraqis. reporting that the wife was picked up andeneded to the iraqis for interrogation. that kind of human intelligence is the gold standard in these operations. you can take that information. you can match it up with intelligence from other sources and you begin to get a very clear picture. in this case as you rightly point out, how this group is funding the operation through the sale of oil and fuel. >> catherine herridge for us this morning. we thank you for filling us in. we should point out that no u.s. forces were killed or injured in this raid. so good news all around. >> details forthcoming as we get them. a woman in texas literally living on the edge. her home falling into the swollen river. >> my worry is that water is
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going to come in the house, and then i have to worry about the land here giving away and the house falling in the river. >> despite the images she is staying in the em ho and officials don't think it will fall into the river. a venti size super tantrum when an employee sick and tired of stuck up customers finally decided to blow off steam. no! give it to me! get out! you're not going to be served here. bye! bye! bye! >> i love that's how people argue now. bye, bye. well starbucks said bye to her. she no longer has a job thanks to that customer. the rant started when one woman ordered a frappuccino and got
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distracted. she was then accused of stealing a cookie straw on her way out. cookie monster. memorial day weekend is fast approaching. families are getting ready to pack up the car for vacation. >> dad. dad. now expedia looking at the worst road trip behavior. the top offender the texter. people driving in the left lane when clearly they are not. you are the one holding everyone up. and stu says one of my major pet peeves those who don't use blinkers when changing lanes on an express way. >> or in florida, you leave the blinker on the whole drive. >> that's why you put the emergency flashers on. >> rick is standing by he's outside with the weather. hey, rick. >> yeah big day weather wise across parts of the central plains.
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a lot of rain this morning across parts of the mid mississippi river valley. some of that could cause localized flooding. but a big disturbance in the west bringing rain and mountain snow all across the rockies and the four corners. and as that ejects across the plains it's a big day for severe weather, including potentially very large and long lasting tornadoes that go into the overnight hours. that's why they get so dangerous: where you she the red bulls eye from carney nebraska over to kansas wichita and down towards oklahoma city and parts of the red river valley. tomorrow that moves just a little bit further up across parts of the western great lakes bs and we'll watch the threat continue. today is our biggest day. we have the threat for severe weather. all right. well it is the great outdoors event at bass pro shop. here again, and it's starting today. >> that's right. we're super excited. today we're going to talk about fishing stuff. we have all kinds of seminars in the store.
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this is the best part of the show. it's awesome. >> fantastic party trip. >> we appreciate it. >> we're going to have to tie a rope to tucker out there. he's in hog heaven. >> coming up here on the show george stephanopoulos apologizing for donating tons of money to the clintons. where is the outrage? would it be different if he donated to a republican foundation? ann coulter is come walking down the hallway. she'll join us in a few moments. mpbts plus be the envy of the block. we have the gear to keep your lawn looking great all someer long. first, what's coming up on the cost of freedom business block. >> good morning, guys. we know speed was a factor in the strategy. now many are asking if it might be time to p ut the brakes on all high-speed trains. and with the president bush
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that's abc news anchor and former clinton campaign staffer george stephanopoulos. he said he only had the interest intentions when he gave 7500$7500 to the bill hillary and chelsea clinton foundation. >> he didn't disclose that before his interview grilling the author of "clinton cash." >> here with more is ann k0u89er coulter. >> great to be here. >> it's something we have to constantly remind the american people of. we cannot allow democrats to run republican debates. i think it would be great with no moderators at all, except
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somebody to keep time. i e-mailed you guys this morning. i was looking up his question about birth control that went on is for 15 minutes during the debate. i wanteded you to run that as a scroll, how long, it was a one question about immigration. no democrats are setting the terms of the debate 20, 30 questions during the sbir debate. several on birth control. of course gay marriage will go on and on about. and what americans want to know about, what voters want to know about will never come up. they are cowardly and just saying we'll suck up to the press. they're not going to be fair to you, republicans. stop doing this. tell the american people the media is unfair it's run by democrats. they're not doing our debates anymore. >> one fair question came from megan kelly to governor jeb bush
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of florida, she asked where do you stand on taking a country to war. she said knowing what you know now, how would you have -- you know enacted this war. would you have gone into war. and here is what jeb finally said later in the week when he responded. zbl i would have. so would have hillary clinton, to remind everybody. so would have almost everybody confronted with the intelligence they got. >> if we're all supposed to answer hypothetical questions, knowing what we know now, what would you have done? i would not have engaged. i would have not gone into iraq. >> republicans came ourt swinging and said he should have said no. he shouldn't have gone into iraq. where do you stand? >> i think we're all buying into the liberal idea. that liberals warned us there were no weapons of mass destruction. all conservatives said the only reason we should go in is because of the weapons of mass destruction and "the new york times" was right. that isn't what happened. i was reading "the new york
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times" editorials. i was reading through our own columns. there are a lot of reasons to take saddam out. there are none to keep him in. when bush gave the state of the union address among the reasons were of course saddam is a tyrant. he brutalized his own people. he used weapons of mass destruction against his own people. he used the weapons of mastz destruction against the iranians. he had more civilian casualties than syria did when obama is threatening his red line. >> now jeb bush says the world is safer because he's gone. isn't iran immensely more powerful. >> the way she asked the question is knowing what you know now. the proper answer to that is well yes, knowing the american people would elect obama and he would give away our victory and throw away everything we want. and i also want to add a being reason to go into iraq was the
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1993 world trade center bomber who got away. where did he end up? in iraq. the kidnapping and murder of an american citizen. where did he end up? iraq. the murder of james foley. he ended up iraq. he was a monster. he's in this important area of the world. and why shouldn't we go to war for oil? there's a lot of oil in the region. we need oil. it's like saying, oh, we're going to war for oxygen. yeah we need oxygen. we need oil. there were plenty of reasons to go in. one last thing, because i know you want to go to break, it was liberals who were warning us that because of his weapons of mass destruction, he might nuke israel. there would be mass casualties of our troops. so this is a total lie. jeb bought into it. and then had to give 17 different answers. so it was a terrible answer yes. >> amazing. ann didn't even have coffee this morning. nice to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> ann, thanks.
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well, they say the grass is always greenest but if you want your grass to literally be the greenest and make your owners envious, and what's the point of owning a home if you can't do that you need to talk to this man. >> he's a dui tv host and licensed lawn man. nice to see you, jason. >> nice to be here. >> what is this one here? >> this is the hrx honda.
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push mowers are not the right way to describe it because it's a walk behind. a self-propelled so you can adjust the speed to your cadence, which is really nice to make it easy. it's an easy start automatic choke. and the deck on this which is very interesting, it is called next sight like a helmet. and it has a lifetime warranty against corrosion. really easy to use. great model. >> nice. let's hop over to here john deere getting great consumer report numbers, huh? >> this is the s2-30 sport. this has a comfortable seat right? >> lumbar support. >> is this the passenger seat? >> well, you don't want to step that far. >> i'm just teasing. everything is color coded. very easy to steer. >> highway legal? >> not highway legal but you can work in the dark. it has a 42-inch cutting deck that makes it easy to engage. big tires, great terrain for uneven terrain if you have a big
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lawn. plus you can see it is versatile like the swiss army knife with the trailer behind it. when you are down mowing load that up and tow it around to make deliveries. >> what is that thing? >> this is really cool. this is the z-track. the easy turn. you can sit in one spot and do a 360 all day long. >> no way! >> going back to the john deere, baby. >> you have to take this for a spin later. it's like mar oweio kart. big foot deck bring these in and do a complete turn. a deep 42-inch deck to lift the grass and make a clean cut. it has a water port here to hook your hose up to and it will wash the under side. very easy to control, very fast and very effective. >> tucker let's talk chain saws. >> tucker is a big fact of the chainsaw. tell us about these. >> these are great and they have come a long way with a chainsaw. this is cordless. this is a 36-volt. and it actually slides right in very easy to put in there. and once you engage it --
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battery powered. 36-volt. 40 minutes out of one charge. the cool thing is it's interchangeable. so we can slide it right into the string trimmer and we're ready to go with this. >> it's a weed whacker. >> and a blower too? >> right. this is a combi system from steel that works both the blower and string trimmer. this is gas-powered and that is battery powered. but if you're getting up early in the morning to do work the cordless is great and you won't bother anybody. very quiet and effective. >> your neighbors will like you. >> very important safety equipment. >> if you can get one for my neighbors i would be grateful. we're going to break. more "fox and friends." will you stay with us after the show? >> of course. i have work to do. >> awesome. we'll be right back. seize the day and the night. new flonase. 6 is greater than 1. this changes everything. hey america, still not sure whether to stay or go to your people?
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on "fox and friends weekend." this john deere is made right here in america in the good old state of tennessee. >> we'll be back tomorrow with a jam-packed session at 6:00 a. look at her, she's out of control! holy smokes! to the showdown over guantanamo. a new battle erupting on capitol hill over shutting it down and moving those detainees here. there's a push for it. and someone says yesterday's verdict for the boston bomber may help make the case for it. are they right? hi everyone. i'm brenda butner. this is "bulls and bears." here they are, hadley heath and richard faller welcome, everybody. they say the verdict proves our prisons can

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