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hi, everyone. and good morning. today is saturday, the 18th of july, 2015. i'm anna kooiman and this is a fox news alert. journey to jihad. authorities looking at the chattanooga shooter's multiple trip to the middle east as a key motive in the murder of four marines becomes a little clearer. what police just found on his computer and how he fell under the radar. >> and then burning cars and fleeing drivers. this is a nightmare come true. motorists forced to flee their vehicles as a wildfire jumps you right over the highway and rages across the road. dramatic images from california this morning coming soon. >> the donald gets huffed by the huffington post.
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take as shot at his candidacy only cover him as an entertainment story not a presidential candidate. is it a p.r. move? does anyone care? is anyone reading the huffington post. the donald firing back this morning. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ beautiful wonderful ♪ american girl. >> oh, good morning. it is 6:01 on the east coast in the middle of july. we are glad to see. >> you will you marry me? the couple behind this proposal will below you away. >> looks like a helicopter live shot. >> that's a proposal photo? >> it's a crop circle. >> stay tuned. guys, if you didn't do that for your wife, you are going to be in the dog house. >> you are a loser. good
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morning. >> let's get to that fox news alert this morning. this morning as chattanooga and the nation mourn the loss of four great americans we are learning more about the gunman abdulazeez and why he murdered four nehemiah cold blood. >> good morning ainsley. >> good morning anna. let me tell you the latest. the gunman was heavily armed at the time of the shooting. he had three guns on him at the time of the shooting two handguns and long gun. load bearing vest which allows him to carry more ammo. police seized from his house, a rifle a cell phone and a computer. they have not found an extensive online presence. last year he traveled to jordan and spent seven months visiting an uncle. friends say when he came home he was distant and changed. he visited kuwait and jordan as well with. his father was also investigated and cleared twice for financing terrorism. here is a picture of the four marines that the fbi says that he shot and killed.
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gunnery sergeant thomas sullivan sergeant holmquist. staff sergeant david wyatt and squire skip wells. here is the fire of staff sergeant david wyatt. >> david was a good father, a good marine, he loved his family, he loved his community, he loved his country. he probably would have been proud of how he died. i wish he had not died. never wished him to be a hero. but i know that he did what he could do. >> now there was a church vigil last night at a local church called olivet baptist church. hundreds were there to pray for the families and show respect. ' the governor is still calling for all of the flags here in the state of tennessee to be flown at half-staff back to you. >> heart felt ways in which people are memorializing in just a moment. being radicalized overseas.
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it was long thought that he was sitting in the basement on the internet it may have been much more nefarious spending time in jordan for seven months. >> possibly in yemen. this is a theme in many shootings we have seen over the past 10 years. traveling to yemen. a hot bed of islamic extremism. >> this guy is bright, right? he is educated, electrical engineer. went to the university of at the present see at chattanooga. and somehow he was radicalized. we know that his father was on a watch list at one point and was taken off. accused of funding terror. >> we're also learning some remarkable facts this morning that he was employed at a nuclear power plant facility. now, he didn't have direct access to like the core or anything like that but for a short time he was employed at a nuclear power plant facility. imagine, and this was before his trip to jordan, imagine what would have unfold would
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if he had direct access. >> that was a short time. >> a total of 10 days. in the first hours after this tragedy occurred, many news organizations described this as a lone wolf attack. meaning there was not an obvious conspiracy to murder these four marines. last night though on the megyn kelly program brad thor a novelist and security analyst made the point could this really be a lone wolf attack? watch. >> i'm not a big fan of the term lone wolf, how many lone wolfs does it take to make a pack? went through the whole list fort hood, the boston bombers, the two tsarnaev brothers. these guys are not self-radicalizing. the internet is a global community. they are finding like minded people out there who are encouraging not even radical, fundamentalist interpretation of islam. this administration is not able to counter that threat unless we are ready to counter the ideology. >> it's an interesting point. i guess really can't have
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lone wolfs anymore. not like 1850s all connected constantly by the internet. this idea that even if you are by yourself is you are still connected to that community. >> endless stream of propaganda emanating from your laptop. >> they are all reading the same doctrine, the psalm sorts of things we saw. cryptic messages on a couple of blog posts that mohammed abdulazeez put on a newly posted blog. also in his high school yearbook there was some quote that said my name throws up national security ar letters. what does yours do? gloating about it. >> that close up picture right there where he is smiling with the beard on. that has become the "avatar" of thousands of people across the world. isis twitter accounts linked to isis tweeting out this picture changing "avatars" as this guy has been martyred. >> this has been going on an awful long time the united states facing the scourge of islamic extremism for 15
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years now. you think the news coverage would get smarter and better. in a lot of ways it has gotten dumber. two sound bites from a cable news network. this is how they covered this. watch this. >> i know what the name sounds like but we don't know it's a muslim name. we know it's arabic name. we don't know what this individual was believing in. that's what they are going to try to be be determined. >> what worries me is how it will be perceived by the public is a muslim militant attack. i'm already seeing among friends in the national security community a rising sense of anti-islamic sentiment. i'm worried that that will feed into more attacks like this and undercut the efforts to reach out to the american muslim community. >> so the average american can't call them muslim extremists and terrorists but they can call each other that in fact abdulazeez is becoming an internet idol among these jihadis. they are all changing their profile pictures to his face. >> the name mohammed is an islamic name to throw it out
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there: and secondly, something horrible like this happens and the very first concern is not for the victims or their families or for the threat that we face from islamic extremism but that america itself will somehow turn on its muslim population. they really believe that america is filled with, you know bitter, anti-muslim racists who are going to rise up and start race rights. that's exactly the sentiment you saw on cnn. >> target looking more closely surveilling mosques across the country. charles krauthammer says it's time to stop being politically correct. listen. >> there is a phobia about targeting mosques as places where we get information. but that's exactly where you have to go. i mean, it's so politically correct. it's so insane not to do that. because you would be afraid of a bias or a prejudice. these shooters are not randomly chosen from the population. you don't have infinity
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resources. you have to target where you are looking and you will get the information from the mosques. >> i think the word targeting though is misused. it's not like abscam we want fbi guys in a van with satellite dishes sitting out in a van targeting mosques. it's the idea with building relationships with mosque leaders. you see something you say something. developing relationships across the country with these mosques so if something stands out to you as a mosque leader, you discuss it with the fbi you tip them off about something. not sitting out there targeting them. >> we are not powerless here. we have had increase in muslim terror because you have had increase in muslim population. this is result of our immigration policy. i don't know why somebody doesn't say that outloud but it's true. >> de blasio has handcuffing local law enforcement against that here in new york city and to your point clayton, you know, we do need moderate muslims to speak out and make the distinction between their
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religion, a peaceful religion, and what's going on here. >> also talk much more about the gun angle and this whole story coming up a short time here. first to the headlines. >> 9 minutes after the morning on saturday morning. wild video showing a raging brush fire blowing across a major california highway. the fast lighting flamesing dozens of vehicles on fire. en so far five homes have been destroyed and 50 more are threatened. the fire 5% contained. and from a raging fire to a deadly lightning strike, a woman struck and killed while hike ago popular trail near buena vista colorado. three others hurt. and in kentucky, a powerful thunderstorm forcing sam smith fans to evacuate his concert amid song.
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concert first show since having vocal chord surgery three months ago a terrifying warning all air travelers need to here. not carrying shipments of batteries because they can cause fires. those batteries are used in cell phones, computers and/or electronic devices. the faa video shows what could happen if they overheat. start fires that are hard to put out if they are ignited. planes should not carry them until they come up with safer transporting methods. good news about former president h.w. bush. jeb bush says his dad is recovering well after breaking a bone in his neck. >> you get to the hospital pretty leg aat the 91 kind of frail. when he starts telling semi dirty jokes to the nurses we know he is on the rebound.
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>> bush 41 fell wednesday at his home in maine and is expected to make a full recovery. this information about the dirty jokes came from his wife so it couldn't have been r-rated. >> i have got to say they never -- he never complains george h.w. bush. 91 break as broken in his neck i'm fine. two thumbs up that is impressive. >> jumping out a plane few years at 9 a. >> janice dean joins us this morning. >> happy weekend. let's take a look at the maps. we do have the potential for severe storms today across the midwest and plain states. nothing severe just yet. showers and thunderstorms move through minneapolis green bay chicago as well. severe threat for parts of the plains and then a focused look at the great lakes and upper midwest chicago there large hail, danging winds isolated tornadoes and that's going to continue across the ohio valley and into the eastern great lakes tomorrow. so again, we will keep an
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eye on that. the heat is the other big story, over a dozen states under heat advisories where it's going to feel well over 100 degrees. that heat is going to move eastward 90 degrees here in new york city tomorrow. >> come on, now. >> bathing suits for everybody? break out the tank tops and flip-flops. >> i'm wearing one right now. >> very nice, clayton. take it off. 13 minutes after the hour. here is what is coming up on the program. military members defenseless in gun free zones like in tennessee and fort hood. is it time to change the policy? a man who survived the fort hood massacre says he could have stopped the attack if he had had a gun. is he here next. >> just days after the attack, imagine seeing this. people carrying rifles with smiles on heir faces. the scare that had an entire community on edge. told... ♪
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of another deadly rampage not so long ago. in 2009 major nidal hasan opened fire at fort hood military base in texas. he murdered 13 people and injured dozens more. the next guest narrowly escaped being shot by hasan. he said he might have been able to stop him if fort hood wasn't a gun free zone by federal law. have we tied our military's arms by not allowing them to defend themselves state side. sergeant joins us now. thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you tucker. >> you believe if this law had not been in place in 2009 you would have been able to stop the rage at fort hood. >> that's a fact. countless hours of training inside and outside of the army and the truth of the matter is every time we find ourselves in these situations, we are without a doubt going to be victimized every time. >> so i'm confused by this policy. the military, by definition,
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are trained to use firearms. that's what they do, that's their job. why would they not be allowed to carry them on a military base? >> you know, honestly, for me it's unbelievable that this policy even in place. i am sure it has to deal with some kind of politically correct way of appeasing somebody. but, let me rest assured or let me assure the public here of one thing. that is between the first fort hood shooting in 2009, the second fort hood shooting in 2014 and the subsequent shootings that have happened at recruiting stations. we have almost 100 people dead or wounded. now, i have heard the president and other people, high brass and military say we are sorry. let me tell you something from all of us victims the victims' families, the survivors, we are tired of "i'm sorry." i'm sorry has cost the lives of some people and hurt some
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families. it's time to change this policy. it's ridiculous and it's absurd. if you can't trust your soldiers then why do you have an army? >> that's exactly right there. is one group you would want to have firearms really at all times it would be your professional soldiers. so, i mean, after the fort hood shooting took place you were there you survived it. i mean, people made this point, did they not? >> absolutely. and each time something similar to this has come up, it is mentioned over and over. again, starting with the white house and on to the pentagon, each time it's brought up it's well, we are not going to discuss this. well, why not? for me and for the other people that i have talked to regarding this issue are you telling us that you are okay with our men and women dying the way they are? because, frankly unless you change the policy, that's exactly what you are telling the family members of the fallen and those that are wounded in each one of these
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occasions that occur. >> we're not going to discuss. they are treating you like children. i can't imagine anything more frustrating than that sergeant howard ray. thank you for joining us this morning. we appreciate your perspective. >> thank you. >> the video is horrifying, a mom and children sleeping upstairs when an intruder tries to break into the home. we will tell you what happens next. strategy right now taking on high ranking republicans. it appears to be working. donald trump is number one in the polls among likely republican voters. will his lead last? we will debate it next. brilliantly practical scientist harriet tuttle's search for a more efficient life concluded with an unorthodox solution. harriet created four more harriets. together, they were a model of efficiency. however, while identical, they had their own interests, and their own retirement plans. each customized with a raymond james financial advisor,
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hi friends, good morning, happy saturday, 23 minutes after the hour. quick headlines now. iran's leader continues to slam the u.s. even after the nuclear deal. alee he will keep up opposition to the policies of the arrogant u.s. between chants of death to america the supreme leader has said he has not given final approval to the deal. president obama is in new york for some democratic fundraising and quality time with his daughters. but the first family is breaking tradition not staying at the waldorf astoria hotel. the hotel is now under chinese ownership. some believe the snub is chinese spying in the hotel. over to you. >> donald trump is rising in the polls. also causing infighting within the g.o.p. texas governor rick perry saying the real estate mogul is offering trumpism toxic mix of demagoguery and nonsense. while senator john mccain tells the new yorker visit to home state of arizona fired up the crazies. despite the fighting, trump
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tops the latest fox news poll with 18%. how long did he hold on to this momentum here to debate communications director amanda carpenter and democratic strategist steven cob. nice to see both of you this morning. >> thanks for having us. >> is this infighting among republicans good for donald trump? >> well, certainly not good for donald trump the more they attack him the tougher he is going to have to find his way to success in the primaries. but i think first and foremost donald cares about donald trump and the more he is in the headlines and the more attention he has the happier is he going to be. >> infighting is he rising in the polls. so to steven point have to claw his way through the primary is he leading in primary voters right now. >> if you look at the way the race is being covered right now. most of the press is covering trump from entertainment perspective. listen, he spent billions of dollars building his personal brand. he has the best name id that money can buy. he is doing well and almost a reality atmosphere format. but with 10 republicans in
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the field. he is going to have to eventually prove that he has what it takes to build a real presidential campaign. if you look at what he is doing in terms of money raising. he has only raised 1. the $9 million. i think $1.8 million of that was a lone -- loan to himself is. not building email lists and getting donor donations. for that reason i don't see a long term viable candidacy for donald trump. >> we did a number of polls here unofficially last weekend we had thousands and thousands of people writing in last weekend saying initially they were skeptical. as donald started talking more and more about the issues that were effecting them, most concerning for them around the dinner table that they started to pay attention and now they are starting to support him. so, this talk, him being out there in the media showing his policies, having him in front of the microphone is really helping him. >> it is. well and again, the biggest thing he talks about in any of his interviews is the fact that he is able to get all of these free media
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coverage so he doesn't need to raise as much money. herman cain or michele bachmann history tells us early flashes in the pan are not necessarily indicative of a successful future campaign. i think time will tell and it's going to be very interesting to see how he holds up against some of these more seasoned debaters when they get on the debate stage together and really start talking about policy and their vision for their future presidency. >> the behind the scenes organizing that you guys are talking about here, you are talking about building the email list and having that structure is obviously so important to these campaigns. we certainly saw that with barack obama. and what it didn't -- i mean what didn't happen on the republican side last time as far as online organizing. but you brought up a great point, amanda about the way in which the media is covering as a side show, a circus can. the huffington post political page has decided to not cover donald trump's campaign in the politics section instead of moving it to the entertainment section. here is ryan brim a quote
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from him we decided not to the huffington post basically saying amanda we don't like the news so we are going to move it off of this page because we don't agree with it. >> i actually think this is a brave stance by the liberal writers at the huffington post there are a lot of people in the liberal media who are interesting in building up the candidacy of donald trump because they think that he is the ticket to sabotaging the g.o.p. primaries. so while this isn't s. an unexpected move. i may not agree with of it. i do think it's courageous. let's not forget there is a long history with huffington post. arianna is unattractive and can understand why her husband left her for another man. that has no place in the political debate. i'm okay with their
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decision. >> interesting. your take on this? >> it's interesting. curious precedent. huffington post. let's not pretend that media outletst don't have to make decisions who and how they cover presidential politics. huffington post is saying very clearly we are going to favor hub stance over entertainment. they are putting trump's vaudvilleian candidacy on the entertainment page. >> is he is leading in republican polls on republican primary. side show moving off politics page. >> i'm sure that the only thing cares about he is getting covered doesn't care whether it's under entertainment or politics or anything else. >> i don't know how much the politics page. thank for waking up with us. >> thanks for having us. >> coming up next, imagine seeing. this people carrying rifles with smiles on their faces walking through parking lots. the scare had an entire community living in tear for
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♪ you give love a bad name. >> look how rude this is a bachelorette party. you have a little bon jovi and u2 popped into the picture and crashed the party. a bride to be and bests having the best night ever. bon jovi shows up. >> the girls were heating at the same hampton's restaurants as bon jovi and the edge showed up too. >> there is man called the edge by the way. invaded all of them to the wedding. hopefully they will come and we will get a follow-up picture. we will be following this breaking story for you on "fox & friends" weekend. >> leaving on a prayer hoping and performing. >> u2 is performing here locally. did you hear about this crazy story a chicago mom coming under fire, there she
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is her name is leah grover, she is 32 years old. she is a mom. she has three kids and she has come out publicly and said look, i take care of my anxiety and dealing with the stress of raising three kids by smoking pot every day. it helps me deal with the craziness of having, you know three kids which can be stressful. >> including twins. >> route. >> is this any different than somebody saying, facetiously saying my kids drive me to drink. i have a 5:00 cocktail every afternoon because my kids, they just stress me out. if it's legal where you live, which it's not where she lives. >> it's illegal. but, i mean, i'm all for living and let live. what sort of message does that send to your kids every night i drink a bottle of jack daniels because my kids are too stressful. what kind of message does it send to your kids. >> daddy drinks because you cry which is what i told my kids for many years. i think it's very common. i have totally sympathy for a mom at home with three small kids big deal.
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here is the problem i have with it. a if you do it you shouldn't talk about it in public because your kids are going to read about it later. b as the father of i don't remember a lot of their young childhood it's stressful and so much going on. anything that eliminates your memory any more is gressing. you want to look back and remember it. >> how about all the parents. >> help yourself sooth, i can't communicate with my kids and have a discussion about what's bothering you you are yelling. the kids are trying to send a signal. instead of communicating with you i'm going to cloud that by smoking pot every day or drink myself into a stooper. >> find a better way like knitting or cleaning or exercising or something else to deal with your stress or talking it out. how many parents though are on prescription medication and just because a doctor was the one who wrote them a prescription for xanax. >> a lot of them. but when you look back and all you can summon in this your memory is this haze you are going to regret that big time. >> that's a good point. >> let us know your thoughts
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ff weekend and weigh in on this story. >> some the making headline, a day after the deadly attack in chattanooga. these pictures putting staten island on edge. a retired police officer spotting a family appeared to hold a semiautomatic rifle. police locking down a nearby coast guard station to track down the family. turns out the weapons were paint ball guns and the family was loading them up to go play with friends. and now to another terrifying moment caught on camera. a woman captured this hooded man on video trying to break into her home while she and her kids were sleeping upstairs. lisa mckenzie of wails saw the camera one week earlier after she noticed scratches on her back door. the man had a torch and a wiper blade bent into a hook but did not get. in police have increased patrols around her home. talking about a diamond in the rough. a florida dog ate her engagement ring. she was relaxing on the couch and noticed her french bulldog named tux was biting
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on something strange. >> i hear tux chewing something metal, at this point i thought my ring was on my finger. a little later i look in my hand and i think oh, no. >> oh, no. >> he has got to wait 8 hours for it. >> sometimes not that long. doctors performed a minor procedure to get the ring out. tux is said to be doing just fine. >> minor procedure was janice dean standing why for a look what's going on in the weather. where are you janice? >> i'm outside, you know what's happening? there is a lot of construction on the plaza. did you know that? do you know what's happening? they are building a playground! look at that. get out of that shot. [ laughter ] i might have to test it out before the kids get here. is it for the kids or for us? clayton, anna, and tucker. we will will have to find out. let's take a look at the maps. it's a beautiful day here in new york city. a little humid. the rain, we could get a few raindrops here and there across the south though we are dealing with heat advisories where it is going
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to feel oppressive. feeling like over 100 degrees in a lot of these regions. new york tomorrow 92, your average is 84. which is what we are going to get to today. take a look at dallas, 100 degrees sunday and monday again with the heat index is going to feel even worse than that with the humanity. -- humidity. quick look at great lakes and wisconsin. severe thunderstorm in effect. i will check out some of this jungle gym equipment. >> be careful. we are going to play with puppies here on the set. >> all right. and then we are participating in something called fox fan weekend. the highlight of our year every year means a jampacked weekend of favorite movies and wpg fox hosts. >> one-on-one we are going to step in the fox light with michael tammero and your dog daisy. >> daisy here. spending the weekend giving back to you. check out a sneak peek of behind the scenes action and
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preview of who will be joining us in between your favorite movies. >> we are here, shooting the second annual fox fan weekend movie marathon that's going to appear on xfm promoting the fox business network. the movie marathon is so important because it's another part of the fox fan weekend experience. you know so 10 years ago roger ailes our boss, came to me and said i want to give something back it our viewers, our fans are the only network that has fans. and this year we have a great line up of the most heart warming film and laugh out loud brought by talent. very adorable puppies. i think people are are going to see a side they generally don't see on her show mornings with marie a she can give you movie lines any movie and sturep me any time. the other day we shot with stuart varney. >> you want the gory and grim details. >> i want them all. >> sit down with trish regan. i love doing this because this is when two of my favorite things come
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together marketing with. cinergy xm to get some promotional time on their network. for now keep watching fox business network movie marathon on fxm. >> in case you are wondering what happens with that little puppy i was holding with liz she came home with me. >> you adopted. >> a documented. dog days of summer weekend adoption special also going on this weekend. adoption fees are half off for dogs older than six months check out animal league.org. this is little daysy. >> daisy duke. >> we often talk with the north shore animal league they are often on the show. you are walking the walk. i was hearing from our producer saying that she adopted two cats there. it's a great place. they are good. the they said to me when going through whole process when you rescue a dog kill shelter in north carolina. hard to imagine. >> it is hard to imagine. saving one dog saving two. by adopting her we made room for another dog to that they
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could rescue. >> she is a mix. like a hound spaniel. but i think this is a little australian shepard going on there and a little great dane and i think her mother just got around a lot. [ laughter ] >> only takes once. >> dog shaming not allowed. >> hence the name daisy duke. >> "fox & friends" weekend kicks off right now. >> here is what is coming up on the program. ridiculed for serving our country. shocking allegations from dea agents who say they were discriminated against once coming home from war from their own bosses. one of them shares his story when he joins us live. >> plus, look out below. a sky high proposal. check your screen. you see what i see? this going viral. the couple behind this engagement picture joins us live with their story. ♪ ♪
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14 manipulates before the top of the hour. stunning allegations made by some of the country's bravest. reservests at the drug enforcement administration say their superiors retaliated against them because of their military service. marine colonel mark coast served four tours in iraq when he returned to the dea as an agent. he says supervisors criticized him. special agent with the dea joins us now live this morning. thanks for being with us, we appreciate your time. >> good morning. thank you for having me on. >> thank you for your service. when you returned, you say your civilian boss asked you a strange question and had a weird response to your response. what was that? >> when i first came back from iraq. it was strange because we were in the mail room and he asked me, you know, how was iraq?
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and i said it was pretty tough. and he said, you know, i had been injured and wounded and it was pretty tough. his response was well, if you had gotten out of the reserve like i had told you to, this wouldn't have happen. you pretty much deserve everything you got. which was obviously a stunning and shocking response to me since, you know, i had just gotten back to work. yeah that was pretty shocking. >> and you are not the only one, more than a dozen others are you on this. what were some the terrible names you say you were called and give us some other examples. >> well, for example one of the emails, my different supervisor had sent me called me a poisonous pansy. we just recently had my current or just previously on memorial day my assistant special agent in charge sent emails to the other complainants in this calling them cowards which we
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thought was just absolutely incredible. and they just do an asundry of things over the course of years that, you know, we don't get -- we get kind of demeaning assignments or they won't send us to training. or we will get noncompetitive scores for promotion. things like that. >> wow so subtleties in some cases. our producers found some examples from inside that complaint file. here is one. they told a navy officer you may be commander in the navy but you are not explicative here, another one they told a green beret to stop playing army. told a marine corps reservist to choose one job or the other. finally two marines were called cowards and ordered to never speak to their superior again. how does that make you feel after serving your nation? >> it's infeweriating. i would have never thought in a million years that you would come back from deployment and this is the
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treatment that you would receive. and what's really disturbing, you know, we are all federal law enforcement officers expected to uphold the laws of the united states. and, you know, the uniform services employment, and reemployment act covers these matters of discrimination yet t dea in this case is the worst of the offenders and believe me, i have spoken to probably near 50 agents now. and a lot of them are not just from dea. from all over the globe and other agencies, expecting the same concerns. but, several of them, most of them have not come forward just for the fear of the retaliation that come from this. >> colonel you say you only have about six months left in the job that you are doing this for the future. of folks who may be put in the same predicamentment. we do thank you so much for your time and we wish you well. folks at home. of course we did reach out to the dea for a statement. they said that they could not comment on the situation
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at this time. 10 minutes before the top of the hour and here is what is coming up. it's a white house taking these terror attacks seriously enough? >> we are not facing a political ideology gone wrong. we are facing religious fanaticism, the difference is critical because look, ideology, that's caffeine. religious if a that theism is meth. fanaticism is meth. >> are our policies opening othe door for attacks? the chilling warning ahead. lack below one man's sky high proposal going viral. check it out. he is going to be joining us in just -- the couple is going to be joining us in just a bit. don't go anywhere. you are watching "fox & friends" weekend. ♪ i think i want to marry you ♪ it's a look in your eye ♪
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here is a wedding proposal that will mow you away. a texas farmer proposed to his girlfriend of six years in a very fitting way. he mowed marry me into the field where he works. >> joining us now is the newly engaged couple. rusten smith and tony sleva good morning congratulations on engagement. >> thank you. >> where did you get the idea to do this and carry it out. >> honestly the way i got it was i had a couple of good ideas. i had some better ones and some awful ones and stuff. but i kind of thought well, man, this field has got to get mowed. it's got get cut down and we had a plane we had access down. i ought to mow this in there and cut it out and see what it looks like. unfortunately i didn't get to look whak what it looked like on the ground view so i did my heart best to do what
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i thought was right. >> well, you are a fantastic mower. if i had a field i would call you. cobey, what did you think when said let's go for a plane ride? what did you think would happen. >> we had been talking about going up in a plane because he has been up in a little crop plane and he wanted to show me what it was like just to go flying around the area. and so it wasn't like spirksz like most people would probably think. the first time we tried to go we had some friends and he like -- he busy so he couldn't go up. the next time he was like hey, my friend can take us now. and so it happened to be the time that i was coming home. and so it was just, you know, this is i want to take you for your first time to see everything and so he it wasn't really anything that i was like oh, what if? >> what if? >> extra credit points for creativity there. you guys are young 2 1 22. you have been dating since high school.
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rusten, how long have you known you have wanted to marry this person and spend the rest of your life together? >> that's a good question. you know, going to high school and stuff you normally don't think high school sweethearts get married and stuff like that. but it's quite the deal when we started of doing long distance relationships and stuff like that. it started punkerring in this might be the person. >> good call. i married my high school girlfriend and never regretted it. moss sell to have to both of you. congratulations. good to see. >> you 56 minutes after the hour. one boy one mission to thank our men and women in blue for their service. meet the 9-year-old showing his gratitude one officer at a time. >> out of tragedy comes this glimmer of hope. a veteran honoring the victims of the chattanooga terror attack. a picture that will make you proud to be an american all over again.
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hi everybody, and good morning. today is saturday, the 18th of july, 2015. i'm anna kooiman and this is a fox news alert. journey to jihad. we are learning more about this terrorist's past radicalization as a debate over why our military members didn't have guns. >> it is time to change this policy. it is ridiculous and it's absurd. if you can't trust your soldiers then why do you have an army? >> this morning the brand new steps the pentagon is taking to improve security at our nation's recruiting centers. >> and then a highway of horror. a raging wildfire sends cars up in flames and people running for their lives. left behind? these charred pieces of metal, we will tell you where it happened and what happened. stay tuned. >> and one boy with a simple message. police lives matter. this hour you are going to meet the-year-old who is
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showing his gratitude to men and women in blue one officer at a time. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ i'm just ready to ride this chevy ♪ ride this chevy ♪ down a back road ♪ move yourself over ♪ get a little closer ♪ turn up the radio ♪ put your toes on the dash ♪ lean the seat back. >> we are hoping you get into the swing of things this saturday morning it this hour. playground fund on the plaza. you how to have fun and stay safe this summer. >> more important, how to have fun. [cheers and applause] >> he haw. >> can't wait to get out here. >> exercise on the show a long tour. >> nice to see you this morning. >> anna kooiman nice to see. >> you we do need to get right to this fox news alert this saturday morning we have just learned american
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killed in deadly attack in chattanooga. >> federal investigators pouring over the pass to find out why he murdered those marines in cold blood two days ago at the center of the investigation his trip to jordan. >> ainsley hair hart live with the new details this morning. good morning ainsley. >> good morning clayton tucker and anna. we know he took four trips to jordan. as recent as last year coming home in november of 2014. muslim majority country as you know. investigators are trying to determine if he had any contact with radical terrorist groups or any extremists there. police did seize a computer, cell phone and other electronics from his house. they have been flown to washington, d.c. for forensic analysis. the fbi is following up on 70 different leads from local law enforcement about the suspect's actions. at the time of the shooting, he was heavily armed had three guns, a handgun and two long guns. he was wearing a load bearing vest which allows him to carry even more ammo. the vest was not
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bullet-proof. also, there was a vigil last night at a local church here olivet baptist church, hundreds of people from the community showed up to pay their respects. the governor and the mayor spoke. here is a picture of all the victims they were remembering last night for this past few days. gunnery staff sergeant thomas sullivan, lance corporal squire skip wells sergeant carson holmquist and staff sergeant david wyatt. here is a family friend of lance corporal skip wells. >> skip died doing what he chose to do, fully aware of the dangers of putting on a uniform and he served proudly and i would wanted to think that he would have no regrets. >> anna, clayton and tucker. the governor here of the state of tennessee is still asking people to fly their flag at half-staff h. >> it gets even tougher when you find out the victims' names and hear all their stories. the post had a story about
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marine lance corporal skip wells that ainsley just showed us a picture of and girlfriend was apparently texting with him just before this and they were talking about how excited think were to see each other you all of a sudden he types in active shooter and then there is this deadly silence. >> back and forth. unbelievable. types active shooter she says you are so weird he writes i love you. hundred, i need to -- hon i need you to answer me please. >> tear jerking. gun-free zones. talked earlier this morning. guns obviously at the center of this and why they weren't armed protecting themselves during this shooting. odierno review the base security after these chattanooga shootings and a lot of these 2016 candidates also calling for gun laws to be changed. here is ray odierno on friday. he said security at military recruiting and reserve centers will be reviewed in the deadly aftermath in
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tennessee. too early to say whether the security guards and other protection. be careful not overarming ourselves not where you end up attacking each other so since 1992, there has been a federal law on the books prohibiting soldiers from being armed at military bases. and apparently this law was driven by concerns over military suicide. suicide is an epidemic, unfortunately in the armed services. >> very real. >> very real. tragically real. and i think that may be the reason. most distressing from my point of view is this report last night that marines have been ordered not to wear their uniforms at some recruiting centers because those are apparently provocative to islamic extremists. >> which is one major goal of terrorists is to make us live in fear. >> exactly. >> and change our behavior. so we are falling into exactly what they are wishing upon us. >> do you want to live in a country where the united states marines can't wear their uniforms in public? i mean, seriously? >> not even in public at a recruiting center that has
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marine corps stickers on windows. >> unbelievable. >> put in place in the early 90's and suicide among veterans is still a very real thing with ptsd. we also are living in a new era with new lone wolf style attacks, isis is expanding anybody they can recruit or radicalize to kill our military. >> earlier on the show we talked to sergeant howard ray he was at fort hood, he was shot there. he says there is no reason that we shouldn't be armed at our military bases and recruiting centers listen. >>? now i have heard the president and other people, high brass and military say we are sorry. well, let me tell you something. from all of us victims, the victims' families, the survivors, we are tired of "i'm sorry." i'm sorry has cost the lives of so many people and hurt some families. it's time to change this policy it's ridiculous and absurd. if you can't trust your soldiers why don't you have an army. >> it seems like the one group you can trust. >> exactly right.
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just because you don't want member with guns in the barracks doesn't mean that someone can't be armed at recruiting center or on a military base that does seem kind of insane. >> well, lt. colonel ralph peters talks about the fanaticism, the religious fanaticism. he describes it interestingly like a drug addiction. ,like meth. listen to colonel peters. >> i got really angry today because i'm listening to all the cable news networks and he hear more of the administration time blather about oh, we have got it counter their how are you going to do it, dude? i will tell you, we lying to ourselves about the nature of the problem still. we are not facing a political ideology gone wrong. we are facing religious in a that the -- fanaticism. ideology is caffeine. religious fanaticism is meth. until we go on the offensive, the terror will not end. >> yeah. it's not just offensive a lot of people have been calling for us to do more on
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social media because that's where the inspiration is happening in a lot of cases. what we need to do is stop it at the source in iraq and syria and hit them harder. >> one thing that almost every person who runs this country has in common they are all secular looking at the world from a secular point of view. especially obama people, they don't understand why someone would do something like this because they don't understand religion. right? i mean, that's why they don't call -- they don't get it. >> isis clearly states, exactly what the reasoning is. so, until you start paying attention to it, how are you going to stop it? much more on, this a couple of experts coming up here on the show as these details keep pouring in about this shooter down there in tennessee. >> it keeps evolving. 8 minutes after the hour. other head lines this saturday. video showing wild brush fire blowing across cajon pass. flames lighting dozens of trucks and cars on fire. two people getting minor burns.
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the blaze burning 3500 acres in san bernardino county so far. five homes have been destroyed and auto more are threatened. the fire just 5% contained. nearly two hours after it was the scene of a devastating terror attack, the westgate mall in kenya is reopening its doors. 67 people were killed in the september 2013 attack, if you will remember al shabaab gunmen storming a mall in a siege that lasted for days. now about half of the mall's stores are back open ahead of a visit to kenya by president obama next week. donald trump is firing back at the huffington post after the site announced it will now cover his presidential run as entertainment instead of politics. calling his campaign a side show. trump's team responding saying this: the only clown show in this scenario is is the huffington post pretending to be a legitimate news source. mr. trump is not focused on being covered by a glorified
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blog. he is covered on making america great again. and after the terror attack in tennessee. images of patriotism going viral. this photograph a veteran stands on a bridge holding an american flag to honor the marines killed in chattanooga ben kenzi was there for four hours. one hour for each marine killed. in this picture also going viral, a former marine honoring the fallen hero bias setting up a table at a restaurant in chattanooga. doug flack placing out four beer mugs upside down, white plates with red ribbons on top and black napkins. the table at the texas road house will remain in place until all four marines are laid to rest. and a those are your news headlines. >> janice dean. >> all right. let's get it over to janice dean now. >> what's this? >> auction. is that janice dean's new book. >> freddie the forecaster and huge hurricane. do you have three copies because i will make sure you have many of them. >> there you go. >> oh my god.
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>> you will get one clayton. >> i have children. >> so this is to prepare your kids for hurricane season, you know, i'm so excited. russ cox joined me again for freddie the frog part 3. beautiful illustrations, i'm so excited. freddie is a noah ready ambassador. >> there you go. >> he is an ambassador. >> when did this come out? >> it came on monday. >> no way. >> congratulations. >> we have kids on the plaza, so every kid is going to get a freddie the frog. >> i'm only half way through it. >> you are so prolific. >> real page turner. >> thank you. >> i'm going to finish it on my summer vacation. >> i would like a review please on amazon.com. >> wonderful janice. >> thank you. that's so kind. you guys are great. let's take a look at the weather across the nation shall we? it's a rib beting read. >> hail, damaging winds isolated tornadoes until 7:00 p.m. local time.
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see the radar bowing outline of the radar that is indication we are getting very strong winds and moving toward the green bay area, concerning weather there across the great lakes as well as the central plains could get hard with the potential for strong to severe storms continue for the plains and great lakes tomorrow because we have a lot of heat in place. it's going to be very warm across the southern plains as well as the east coast. just want to point out this is tropical storm delores bringing much needed moisture but perhaps flooding to the southwest. so we will continue to monitor that back to you clayton, anna, tucker. >> janice dean. >> thank you. >> thank you janice. >> coming up here on the show the terror attack in tennessee has everyone asking how does a young person in america go from normal teenager to a terrorist? many believe it's through propaganda like this. we are going to take a look how terrorists are using social media to spread their message of hate. that's next. >> the national stadium goes dark and they have got one culprit, taylor swift. details on the bad blood that's now brewing.
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we will look at every possible aspect to include his use of social media we obviously wanted to know what his thoughts were and who else he was associating with at the time. >> as the fbi combs through the choob shooters social media accounts. many are asking if isis propaganda inspired him to murder four marines just days before the attack in chattanooga he posted this cryptic message brothers and sisters don't be fooled by this desire life is short and bitter. this opportunity to serve allah is passing you by.
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joining us is dr. sebastian distinguished chair of military theory at marine corps university. thank you so much for joining us on "fox & friends" weekend. >> absolutely. it's a pleasure. >> isis uses social media to do two things to. make us fearful and to recruit and it's working isn't it? >> absolutely. they make al qaeda look like the real jay vee team. if you compare the number of platforms they have, more than 20,000 platforms, if you compare the magazine they have. english language e magazine called dabiq, it makes al qaeda's english language jihadi magazine inspire look like some high school publication. >> wow. >> yes. the internet is essential to recruiting and also to training providing the trade crop lessons to the future jihadis that will attack americans. >> isis is riding the technology wave using it to
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their advantage. what are we doing to counter. this how do we stack up? >> we are not even there we are not even on the battlefield. if you look at the agency that has the primary responsibility, which is the state department, their attempts fail again and again and again because they ignore the fact that this is about ideology. my friend ralph peters said it's about fanaticism, yeah, absolutely. it's about religious ideology. you can only beat an ideology by coming up with a counter attack, a counter offensive like we did during the cold war. you have got to have counter propaganda. we have got to remember one thing. let's ditch this label of lone wolf. this is designed to make us disconnect the dots disimed to make us think these are sporadic disconnected individuals. they are not. whether it's the fort hood shooter. blps the tsarnaev brothers. whether it's the charlie hebdo shooter or this man in
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chattanooga, they are all connected by the ideology, by the stuff they consume on the internet. this is a global network of jihadi activists and we are only going to beat it if we attack it as a network. >> yeah, they are all submitting to the same doctrine call them lone wolf and call them what you want. they all have the same goal and it is working as we mentioned. isis their media posts per day, we have numbers upwards of 90,000, which just seems absolutely wild. what do we need to do? do we need to take down these social media accounts? >> no. we can't really do that, because as soon as one is taken down they will create another one in a region that we can't control. we have to use social media to attack their ideology to make it seem illegitimate and to talk about the things that make them vulnerable. make them us is susceptible. we have to go on the offensive. exactly as we did during the cold war, we have to support the reformers. the way the reagan
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administration supported solidarity in poland, the way that the people behind the iron curtain an our side it was fax machines. we smuggled fax machines into the soviet block. we have to help the reformers and people who want to take the fight through jihad. the cia has to be involved and have to get serious about it. >> dr. good morning can a just -- gorka you say there are radicals in mosques as well. >> the mosques are where people are identified by radical imams susceptible and chosen and indoctrinated. >> dr. gorka thank you so much for your time today. >> you are welcome. 20 minutes after the hour. staferttleinging, isn't it? he is a gunman that massacred 77 people. now is he headed to college?
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well, it is that time time for news by the numbers. first up seven that's how many appearances president obama will have made on the daily show following his interview this thursday. very tough interviews over there. jon stewart's run daily show coming to an end. the president making one last visit to get sucked up to. next more than 307 a thousand dollars that's the amount of dough raised for the oregon bakery owners refused #au to make wedding cake
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for same sex couple. the site is called continue to give. >> winning the big prize who wants to be a millionaire. used the winnings to buy the it hundred students in her school new shoes. clayton? >> thanks, tucker. >> well, a 9-year-old louisiana boy finds a special way to show all law enforcement how much he respects them. his message police lives matter. jayden has made it his mission to thank officers one by one by handing out cards like this one with a saint michael coin for protection. here with the heart warming story is jayden and an officer whose life he touched joe mcmahon. nice to see both of you this morning. welcome to the show. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> jayden, i have got it start with you why did you start doing this to tell police that their lives matter? >> because people don't really care about police officers and i want to have more respect for them. when i heard about those two
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hattiesburg officers getting shot. so that's when i heard about the two hattiesberg officers getting shot, that's when i started to start the saint michael thing. >> unbelievable. how touching. officer joe mcmahon you were pulled -- i love this part of the story, you are driving along and jayden's mom pulls you over. explain this to me. [ laughter ] >> yeah, i was just driving down one of our major thoroughfares and i happened to glance in the mirror of my vehicle. i see her flashing the brights. i'm thinking it's a citizen wanting directions or something. i pulled over and at that time that's when jayden got out of the car and asked if he could give me something. >> what did he hand you? >> he handed me an envelope on one side it said police lives matter and when you open it up it had a card and you open it up and it had a little message in there and had the saint michael's coin taped inside. when i saw it, i knew what
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it was jayden, what's been the response of police officers as you are been handing out these coins and cards to them? >> i'm sorry? >> i said to you when have you been handing out these cards to police officers, what are they saying to you? >> they are asking me if they could take a picture with me after i give them the card they are saying thank you a lot. >> and officer joe what has had this meant to you you regretted not getting a picture with him. had you to track indown jayden and find him. what has this meant to you and the force? >> it has kind of enlightened us all with all the negativity going on in law enforcement. it's nice to know that somebody is still thinking positive about us. they still look up to us, just like i did when i was a child. it really made me remember why i became a police officer. >> unbelievable. touching. jayden, you are a great
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9-year-old. and i think you have a very bright future ahead of you. there are great people in this country. officer joe we appreciate you joining us this morning. jayden thank you so much. >> thank you. >> you are welcome, thank you. >> coming up next here on the show. ladies, do you you hang your purse on the back of the chair? of course you do. this video will make you never do that again. plus, need something fun for the kids? why not swing into summer? we have the coolest swing sets live on our plaza. that is coming up next. >> coming up on "cashin' in." >> hey guys, "cashin' in" has some big topics to debate today. is it full-time to profile people who come from known terror regions? how about letting our military who have become terrorist top targets arm and defend themselves. we dig deep and debate the topics most won't touc' "cashin' in," 11:30.
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much my baby ♪ and i want us to be man and wife. >> the video has been watched about 4 million times. which is a lot. >> it's all about confidence in that, isn it? even if they are not really singing the tunes. they got it. >> you are such a sweet person. >> right. when you get it up to do karaoke, you have got to own it did i karaoke a few weeks ago. i was so terrible. >> what was your song? >> i think i did some kneel diamond. >> should have gotten with johnny cash. you are good at johnny cash. >> it was bad. >> we will search for that we do need to get some stories making headlines saturday morning. the people who may have helped el chapo vanish from prison are now behind bars themselves. unnamed mexican official now saying seven people questioned about the breakout are now under arrest. charges pending. not yet clear if he they're guards in the prison system. what is clear is the united states has requested el chapo guzman be extradited to america nearly three weeks before his escape
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according to mexico's attorney general. el chapo has taken to twitter, taunting authorities on the hunt saying quote: anything that happens twice will certainly happen a third time alluding to the fact he has escaped prison twice now. the terrorists behind the norway massacre has been accepted to college. a political science course at the university of oslo he from his jail cell. he will not have any contact with staff or students. norwegian law gives prisoners the right to higher education. he was sentenced to 21 years in prison for killing 71 people and july 2011 bombing and shooting spree. the sentence can be extended if it is deemed he is a threat to the public. and ladies, this will have you thinking twice before hanging your purse on the back of a chair. check out this robbery scheme. a man is caught on camera at a plano, texas restaurant hiding jackets. takes less than 30 seconds to steal the wallet.
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neither the people or the people she was eating with noticed. female accomplice. so washington nationals play many some lifestyle baseball. game dodgers suspended all taylor swift's fault. ♪ we got bad blood ♪ you know we used to be bad love. >> pitcher max tweeting well, who was the last one to use national park last? taylor swift i blame her for the power outage last night we now have bad blood. my bad everybody i knew i shouldn't have used that blow drier before the game. >> a nice set of hair. >> i met him at the all-star game. >> janice dean. >> what people don't realize is to your left, we have a playground out here on the plaza. pretty exciting. julia, what are you doing here today? >> well, i'm just having fun hanging on the playground
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and it's really fun. >> okay. so how old are you? >> i'm 12. >> never too old to slide down jungle gym? >> never ever. >> julie, have you ever done weather before? >> no, not. >> let's do it. take a look at the maps and you will show me the temperatures. give me a couple of examples. >> so in texas it's going to be 80 degrees in dallas and 80 in antonio. and in -- in kansas city, it's going to be 80 degrees. and new york 74 degrees. >> oh my gosh, amazing. another weather caster is born here on "fox & friends" weekend. fantastic. let's take a look at your watches and warnings. we have the potential for severe weather. large hail and damaging winds across the great lakes and the midwest. we have the potential for hail and danging wins there with that line that's moving through green bay just be aware of that it's hot outside. we are going to be 92 in new york. julia, what do you say to that? >> let's go to the pool. >> all right. fabulous. over to you anna, tucker and
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clayton. >> big big splash. we are swinging and sliding on the plaza. >> play grounds are are a fun way to get the kids outside in the summer. what da doo we need it to know when you are buying one for your own backward what about safety? tucker's favorite topic. >> here is dave dutton sales and marketing for backyard leisure. amazing playground sports. good to see you. >> thank you dave. >> what are we looking at here. this first one over here is what kind of swing set? >> first of all these are all cedar swing sets. >> why cedar? >> cedar is great. it's a naturally decay resistant. insect resistant so it holds up well. weathers really well when you are outside just like a cedar deck or a fence. >> explorer for $999 you get a rock wall, trapezes. >> two swings, a trapeze you have a flat step ladder on the back. speaking of safety you have
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metal hand grips so they can easily rock wall or step ladder and have support. large play surface up top. sandbox down below. >> what's the weight limit on. this this one here is 120 pounds. >> going to be breaking it. >> next one dave. >> what about placement? where in your backyard should you be putting these? >> first one think about where are you going to put it? six foot radius you want to have on the outside of the play set which makes it safe for the kids they don't slide into anything. they don't fall off and into a bush or into a fence. make sure there is 6-foot radius and large play area where they can go. this one is step up adventure, this is 1699. this will support 350 pounds. >> oh, good. >> can you climb up, this swing on the swings. mom and dad have no excuse for not swinging now with 350-pound weight limit. >> get on up there clayton. >> i you would have lived on this one. which one is this called?
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adventurer? >> it has the play house on top as well. has the monkey bars you can climb over. you can certainly slide down the slide. >> they make them for 6'2" individuals? >> go over to the big one now. catch me mommy catch me, mommy. >> whoa. >> clayton morris stolen. >> well done, go to the morel largo. voyager, 1999. this is one where you have got the large play area up top. you can can have a sleepover in there. bring your sleeping bags. you can certainly i hang upside down on the monkey bars, not recommended. other thing about safety when you are talking about play sets is that rubber mulch or some kind of fall surface underneath when they do drop down to the ground. highly recommended. do chin ups and exercise on them. you have the 10-foot slide. a foot rock wall this is a very big set. >> where can we get one of these. >> three three units are sold at home depot or online at shed usa.com.
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>> big thanks to sheds usa for bringing them. >> how many kids on a slide. >> nine people on this play set at one time. >> one at a time on the slide. >> it's a little park in your own backyard. >> love it david, great to he see. >> you thanks a lot. >> thank you. >> all right for more information visit foxandfriends.com and later in the show we are going to show the family fitness on the playground. that will be coming up a little bit later. >> coming up next, most veterans groups back reforming the va. but one group doesn't. it's the labor union standing in the way of reform. after pete hegseth that union is attacking him. >> anyone for using service at cvs. hackers may have your credit card information. those stories coming up. >> awesome nice job. prep trauma unit 5. what've we got? bp 64/40 sterilize sites.
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17 minutes before the top of the hour. quick hacking headlines brand new warning for anyone who uses cvs to print digital photos. may have compromised credit card information. check your credit card statements. hackers may have exposed a personal information of nearly 5 million people in ucla's medical center. ucla officials are saying that there is no evidence any data was actually stolen but they can't rule it out. the fbi is now investigating the breach. >> all right tucker. >> american federation for government employees. they can't come out publicly against this. they are working behind the scenes against these members trying to remind them who writes the checks, who will ultimately be for or against them. there are some members really who should be ashamed. >> well, since pete hegseth
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came on "fox & friends." trying to stop the v.a. being held accountable, he and his group concerned veterans for america have been under attack by american federation of government employees. this hegseth group the driving force behind efforts to dismantle the v.a. healthcare system. seems only to be concerned with promoting the koch brothers radical coke broirs agenda in washington d.c. blah blah blah, pete hegseth concerned veterans of america. good morning pete. >> good morning tucker. >> just some background for our viewers who weren't up to date on our story. the va accountability act was a bill designed to let the people who run the veterans administration fire incompetent employees. very hard to do that and afscme is against that because it threatens their power base. what are they doing to stop that bill from being implemented. >> working behind the scenes democrat members to lock them in against the bill.
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every single veterans organization out there supports the v.a. accountability act for obvious reasons. it went through committee. there was a committee vote v.a. committee. it was straight party line vote 14-10. it's going to go to the house floor. the house will vote on it speaker boehner has announced a vote in two weeks. the government employee union is going behind the scenes. again, they can't oppose this bill publicly. everyone knows how dysfunctional v.a. is how impossible is to fire employees. all the vet groups want. this working behind the groups traditional dc power grab. whisper campaign and attack your opponent. can't engage with the content attack us. >> those who don't know washington, d.c. just to recap. more likely a federal employee will die on the job than be fired. last year a v.a. employee took a veteran struggling with drug addiction and dropped him off at a crack house overnight it took a full yearly to fire that person. the problem is real. we are not imagining this. correct? >> no. it is 100% real. the department is still dysfunctional. you know, over a year after
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the scandal. and the problem is the v.a. is not going to fix itself is. congress has got to give him tools to clean house and change the culture or nothing is going to change. >> if it's a question. a choice between protecting veterans and protecting incompetent federal employees. the unions have staked out a position pretty clearly right? >> that's right tucker. that's what this is all about. are you with the vets being under served or bureaucrats who can't be fired? these are the stakes. vet groups or unions. every member has a choice. there is going to be a vote next week. we are watching very easily all the vets groups stacking up. only one group opposing this federal government employee unions and they are attacking us with a 20 page smear report with other left wing groups. they all pile on. that's what they do. a 20 page spear report. we announced 100 page policy report earlier this year that talks about how you actually fix veterans' healthcare. no policy from them tucker, there never is always finger pointing inpugning our motives. we want to make it work for vets. they are calling us out in
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the process. i think we are going to win this vote and americans want the v.a. to finally work. >> they give a lot more to democrats' campaigns than do you unfortunately for you. pete hegseth thanks for joining us this morning. >> you got it, tucker, thank you. >> still ahead, they are in our country ill illegally we give them drivers license illegal aliens now on our roads. details on that. plus, can you pack for a two week vacation in just a carry-on? yes you can you. and clayton and i will show you how. don't miss this life-changing segment coming up. ♪ my bags are packed ♪ just where you are at ♪ i'm going to have a real good view
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hi, friends, we like to travel in style. when it comes to checking your luggage are you checked out. fit all your essentials in one carry-on. next guest has the secrets that can help you carry 80 items. cram them in there into a small case. >> editor of travel fashion girl and she joins us now. nice to he sue this morning. >> nice to see you as well. >> when tucker travels he usually brings hair dryer. >> cream. fresh shampoo. >> so, this is a bag -- you have 80 items crammed into this bag. why 80? what's the magic number here? >> it's basically a number that we have seen as a challenge. we decided to take it upon ourselves to try to see if we could also accomplish that. >> not doll house items. >> well, actually, these are regular sized items. i probably recommend that you go for travel size items but, you know, we really wanted to go extreme. >> with all the baggage fees and everything else, trying to get everything into one bag is key.
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hair driers, shoes sandals for the beach makeup, towels clothes. >> let's start unloading it, what are we going to do see if we can fit it in here? >> try to fit it all in here. two different size carry-on bags here. sandals so your shoes are in here. two weeks vacation in a carry-on. this is actually months. can you travel for months with this. >> before we try to attempt to do this tucker and i to try to fit all of these in here. what is the key to getting it this compact? >> one of the biggest tips is actually to use packing organizers like this. and whether it's your folding it, bundle wrapping it, whatever you are doing i like rolling it but biousing the packing organizers you can make the most out of minimal amount of space. >> that's like little compression bags. >> doesn't everything send send up super rink cold. >> most hotels have irons you can avoid wrinks by using certain fabrics.
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>> unmentionables, put clothes hang on hangers and turn in bathroom and turn shower on hot and wrinkles go away. >> spoken by a true travel map. what do we have here? >> all of our bottoms in this one all of our tops, here bathing suits unmentionables, don't open that one. >> your mures? these are certain purses. >> what else do we have in here? toiletries in here? >> some beach essentials,. >> what's this toothbrush. >> i'm going to make this hard on you. to do brush? >> take these out? >> what? you just got checked by the tsa, clayton. >> oh, crying out loud. holy smokes. i can't bring my -- >> i will take the shoes. you put all this stuff in here. the key here is just to squash everything as small as you can can. thank you for the sun hat.
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there is still more stuff in here. >> there is more, actually i think it does count as packing, our producer says it does. if you wear at ha on the plane that saves you extra space on aircraft. >> nobody's business if you wear a hat. >> thank you you. >> doing good. >> stuff over here, too? >> in a bag. have to have a beach bag. >> holy smokes. >> electronics. everything. >> okay. >> don't forget all your chargers. >> feel like we are really doing well. okay. >> now you have got to close it. >> try to close it now. >> look at these men struggling. women we think we could be feeding the kids at the same time. calling our mom booking a hotel reservation in the car once we get there. >> thank you. ever since went on adkins not as effective. working. look at that rear almost there. >> come on, we lost the nail polish but.
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>> you got it it. >> no animals were harmed in the prunds of this segment. >> you know what? what are you going to do with this. >> i think we just broke her hair dryer. >> thank you. this is why we need women to pack for us. >> hey,. >> that was really useful. and i'm sorry about your subhat. >> that's okay. >> i will live without the sun hat. >> imif you can get all two weeks into a carry-on you are a hero. >> there you go. >> speaking of flying, a terrifying warning for all passengers boeing telling fliers not to fly with bulk shipments of batteries because they can blow up. details on lithium ion batteries hex in. the trump gets huffed by the huffington post. liberal blog taking a shot at candidacy saying they will only cover him as entertainment story. we will tell you how he responded colorfully, that's a hint. stay tuned for details.
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i'm anna kooiman and this is a fox news alert. he shot and killed four marines. now we are learning more about why he wanted to target our brave men and womenment his journey to jihad as the debate rages on about gun-free zones. >> it is time to change this policy. it's ridiculous and it's absurd. if you can't trust your soldiers than why do you have an army? >> there is a question. why aren't our military members allowed to arm themselves at recruiting stations? >> then a highway horror, a raging wildfire blows right over the highway sending terrified drivers running for their lives with seconds to spare. can you see what happens to the vehicles they were riding in. we will tell you what happened after that stay tuned. >> and this mom of three isn't afraid to admit that she gets stoned and she says
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don't judge i'm getting high makes me a better parent she says can that be true? we will debate it this hour. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ i like that boom boom pal. >> we will bringing you this boom boom pow on the plaza at 48th and 6th. ditch the expensive gym memberships and get fit with your family on your own playground bark yard stay in shape for everybody free. >> good saturday morning everyone, the folks at our gym, lifetime fitness who watch us, they have fox news all across all the tvs. >> do they really? >> they do. good for them. >> hello everyone. lifetime fitness. i love it good morning everyone. welcome in to "fox & friends." >> we'll get right to this fox news alert this saturday. those four marines killed in
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chattanooga, remembered as heros. >> now the gunman's trips abroad are at the center of the investigation as federal investigators try to figure out when and where he became ll right. ainsley earhardt is live in chattanooga this morning with with what we have learned. good morning ainsley. >> good morning clayton tucker and anna, yes. they are trying to put all these pieces together. here is the latest information. four trips over to jordan as recent as last year. coming home just in november of 2014, it's a muslim majority country investigators are trying to determine if he had any contact with radical terrorist groups or any extremists in jordan. police seized cell phones, computer and other electronics from his house. they flew those items to d.c. for forensic analysis. the fbi is telling us that they're following 70 leads from local law enforcement about this suspect's actions. at the time of the shutting he was heavily armed. he had three guns with him. a handgun and two long guns. police also took a rifle from his house. he was wearing a load bearing vest that allowed
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him to carry more ammo. it was not bullet proof recommendation there was also an individual here in olivet baptist church. hundreds of people showed up for that the governor spoke the mayor spoke. they were all remembering these four victims who were gunned down. gunnery staff sergeant thomas sullivan, lance corporal squire or skip wells. sergeant holmquist and staff sergeant wyatt. worked with sullivan at recruiting center in boston. he had this to say. >> wasn't one of those guys you just forget. very humble because he walked around and you knew he had two purple hearts some would ask why he had it for. two purple hearts he would say that was nothing. >> now the bodies of these four marines were transported to virginia yesterday and then this morning they arrived at dover air force base in delaware. back to you. >> ainsley earhardt live in
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chattanooga. good to see you. >> we are learning more about this guy this morning. exactly how in the world did he get radicalized. thought the guy might be sitting in his basement using the internet to get radicalized. turns out that's not the case at all. he had traveled overseas as ainsley mentioned for a number of months. people described him coming back as totally different. when he went there something must have happened. when he came home he was a completely different person. >> fox news channel griff jenkins spoke to. so neighbors of abdulazeez who said he just seemed like a normal kid. listen. >> he was a nice kid can growing up, knew him from adolescents and he never caused any trouble in the neighborhood never. he was a good, polite kid. and he came from a good upbringing. >> a guy like me knew. we used to ride go carts and play x box and all the kids in the neighborhood used to hang out. it's quite a big shock. >> always playing with the
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guy across the street and a couple others playing soccer or whatever. seemed like a normal family. >> and from what we know, not any real violent criminal past, this mugshot this smirky mugshot of him was just from last april and it bass just a driving under the influence charge on 4/200. >> what's so striking to me, biggest tip we just watched three people interviewed by griff. three normal americans how nice they are. that's really is what this country is like. it welcomes in immigrants around the world. how infuriating did some of those immigrants turn out to be killers? turning their rage on the people who welcomed them. murdering people they never met. a country so kind and open-minded and opened armed as america is outrageous. >> how does this radicalization happen with a kid like this from this nice tight nit community. gorka was on earlier this
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morning and talked about face of terrorism. >> let's ditch this label of lone wolf. this is designed to make us disconnect the dots. it's designed to make us think that these are sporadic disconnected individuals. they are not. whether it's the fort hood shooter. whether it's the tsarnaev brothers. whether it's the charlie hebdo shooter or this man in chattanooga, they are all connected by the ideology, by the stuff they consume on the internet. this is a global network of jihadi activists. >> so why are they here? why isn't there -- why can't the average person have some control over who comes into this country? nobody ever asks the average american who should we let in and who should we keep out? allow in millions of people where people islamic extremism common to move here. receive benefits and become americans? is that okay with you mr. and mrs. america? no one ever asks for the consent of americans when these policies are made. it's outrageous. >> one debate raging on and another debate that's raging on just a couple days later after this tragedy. this terrorist attack there
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in chattanooga. gun-free zones. that one picture kind of says the whole story doesn't it? where there is that barrage of bullets and there is that decal in the window with a gun and a big red x around it. >> yeah, debate over whether or not we should be reviewing these policies, at recruitment center and army bases across the country. ray odierno is reviewing it, he said. i am going to read a statement from the general. security at reserve centers will be reviewed in the aftermath of the deadly shooting in tennessee. too early to say whether the facility should have security guards or other increased protection. we have to be careful about overarming ourselves. i'm not talking about where you would end up attacking each other. this policy in place since 1992 under president george h.w. bush. >> what does it mean to overarm the military? you can have an overarmed military in the problem in the military is just too many guns. >> what? you don't want crazy people to have guns. you want the military to have guns. isn't that the point? >> people properly trained are the one group that ought
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to be able to have them. one gentleman who was shot at during the fort hood massacre sergeant howard ray was on the program earlier. he had this to say. >> now, i have heard the president and other people, high brass and military say we're sorry. well, let me tell you something, from all of us victims, the victims' families, the survivors, we are tired of i'm sorry. i'm sorry has cost the lives of so many people and hurt some families. it is time to change this policy it's ridiculous and absurd. if you can't trust your soldiers then why do you have an army. >> in the early 1990s we had different landscape did we not under bush and clinton. lone wolf style attacks 90,000 posts on social media a day. how do we combat that even with al qaeda dr. gorka on earlier their publication inspire magazine looks like a high school newspaper compared to what isis is able to do with these slick videos and social media
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posts so many platforms. we need to do more to counter them and also hit them hard in iraq and syria. >> when this law was passed in 1992, had you about a million people for from majority muslim countries living in the united states. now over 7 million. a lot has changed in that period. i mean, other changes too but that's one of the main ones. >> one thing that has not changed is suicides among military members. one of the reasons this policy is in place. having all these guns and having veterans suffering from ptsd or otherwise. the suicide epidemic was the main catalyst for. this so, interesting debate. let us know your thoughts on it go tour facebook page this morning. ff weekend. weigh in on there. >> other stories making headlines this saturday morning a fox news alert. a fast-moving wildfire blowing across a california highway igniting dozens of cars and trucks. charred pieces of metal left behind after terrified drivers abandoned cars and ran for lives. two people receiving minor burns. this fire charred 3500 acres in san bernardino county so far five homes have been destroyed.
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fire only 5% contained at this hour. one person is dead. four others are injured. one critically. after a small plane crashes in alaska. the coast guard says the plane went down about 20 miles west of gentleman knew during a short flight during a nearby island. a survivor called 911 after the crash. half drivers killed in crashes this year illegal immigrants. reporting it has issued 7599 thiewrks -- 759,000 since january. people living in the united states illegally. huge lines formed around bmvs earlier this year when the law first took effect. opponents say all it does reward illegals for sneaking into america. how does iran terrorist tourism sound. tourism interesting is
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looking forward to upcoming boom because of the dropped economic sanctions the america hating country is planning to get rid of visa requirements for foreigners and build hundreds of new hotels. iran will require americans to have iranian chaperones, of course, this is the same country that held 52 americans hostage for more than a year back in 1979. >> all right let's get over to janice dean this morning and see how the forecast is looking. hello, janice. >> a steamy weekend for a lot of folks across the south. moving into the northeast, let's take a look at your radar first of all because we have the threat for strong storms over the great lakes, the mid mississippi river valley as well as the midwest where we had several reports of tornadoes yesterday. that's the region we are watching across the central u.s. as well as the central great lakes and the upper midwest. tomorrow, it's just a little more southward and westward for the plain states and eastern great lakes. large hail, damaging winds isolated tornadoes. the heat is on over a dozen
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states will feel over 100 degrees with the humidity, people are urged to stay inside. of course, take care of the little ones and your pets. there are your highs today 84 in new york. 96 in memphis. that heat is going to move eastward across the west we are dealing with a lot of very warm temperatures. as well as the monsoonal moisture getting in courtesy of this tropical system across the pacific, so the southwest and beneficial rainfall for southern california however flooding is is a concern. so we will keep an eye on it deloris. >> that's my mother-in-law's name. i love her. >> deloris. >> honorable name. >> janice, thank you. >> you got it. >> remember how the president responded after a the charleston church shooting? >> once again innocent people were killed, in part, because someone who wanted inflict harm had no trouble getting their hands on a gun. >> so do you think he is expressing that kind of outrage now that four marines have been murdered? probably not. should the president call out radical islam?
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quick to politicize the church shooting in charleston, south carolina, but his reaction to the chattanooga massacre that claimed the lives of four marines, much more tempered. >> we don't know yet all the details. we know that what appears to be a lone gunman carried out these attacks. >> why the difference? and why does he still refuse to condemn the real threat of radical islam? joining us now is former nypd officer dan bon geno. dan, thanks for being on the program. >> you're welcome. >> lone gunman? why not lone wolf? why not a little more tougher talk on terror? why do words matter? a case like this? >> well, words matter because they really give us good insight into the soul of what president obama is made of. anna your viewers have to understand he is an idealogue first and a politician second. he is not bill clinton. you know, love him or hate him, bill clinton he knew
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how to leverage a situation politically and how to get past his own personal ideology in a time of country's trauma, oklahoma city to get out there and to get in front of the cameras and say what needed to be said. this president cannot get out of his own way. is he so married to this ideology that terror is is a by product of the way we organize as a society. whatever it may be, capitalism, a system of freedom and constitutional liberty. he is so into this idea that society caused terror problems and not individual choices to use this religion to radicalize yourself that he can't just get out of his own way and he always seems to say the wrong thing at the wrong time. >> just seems like politically inconvenient and so that's why he is not addressing the issue. why the stark contrast between charleston and chattanooga for any other reason? >> right. right. well charleston, there was a clear gun control gun grabbing agenda for him which he was going to
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leverage for political advantage to stir up the base. he doesn't appeal to the middle, president obama. when he appeals to the middle it's only personality. it's never on ideology. most people voted for president obama because they think he is a nice guy. when you find out what he actually stands for it's pretty disturbing. there was a political gain in charleston. there is no political gain for him on this, with his far left base. although there would be in the middle if he handled it differently. there is no political gain in his far left ideological base to call out radical islam for what it is. when he he does that, he alienates that far left wing and he will never too that remember, is he an idealogue first, a politician second, and a leader, a distant third. >> you have got to realize this is a religion and it's engrained in these people and that's what's causing him to do it. dan bongino thank you very much. >> you are welcome. >> a real clouded version of religion. how does a shirtless man manage to scale a wall of a busy airport and get on the
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batteries. could be capable of melting airplanes bringing them out of the sky. plane crazy. a man scaling two fences and running on top a runway at lindberg field in san diego. the incident halting flights for a few minutes before cops arrested him. not clear why he did it and plane parts fell out of the sky in upstate, new york. a woman getting the shock of her life when she came home to find a huge propeller was sticking through the bedroom ceiling of her house and fallen off a single engine airplane and crashed through the roof of her home. the pilot meanwhile did land safely. clayton? >> covered in insurance? this illinois mom isn't frayed to admit she gets stoned every once in a while and claims it makes her a better parent. she is no pot head but smoking marijuana helps her deal with the anxiety brought on by three kids. she mommy. she says it's stressful. she has these twins. it s. it wrong or no harm done at all? here to debate alex jacobson.
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parenting expert and mommy blogger. nice to see both of you this morning. >> hi. >> good morning. i. >> want to start with you. you think this is okay? >> >> listen, i don't think it's the best parenting in the world but i'm not prepared to condemn her and say it's any worse than the moms who sit down for the 852ened time that they are going it play chutes and ladders and have a glass of wine. >> well, that's an interesting parallel and allison how is this different than alcohol? to me what it is teaching these kids is i can't deal with the stress of the situations and anxiety of raising you i'm going to self-sooted, self-medicate. grab a bottle of jack daniels and pound that down. how is this any different? >> exactly. neither of them is right. one thing to have one glass of wine. i believe medical marijuana is great. but it is medicine. you know, getting high just because you can't handle your kids is not sending the right message either way. there are great coping
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mechanisms. let's not rely on chemical crutch. >> you are not ready to condemn her. i don't think any of us are ready to condemn her. i don't care about the way reraise our kids it's none of our business. what kind of message are you sending to these kids? as a society we take care of all of these kids, right? it's showing them, teaching them a terrible lesson. >> it's teaching them no lesson. at no point in time did she sit there and go, oh, i'm going to sit and roll a joint in front of my kids and smoke pot with them. she is like, listen, i'm going to smoke a little pot and hang out and play with my kids and take thage off. again,. >> but hold on a second is. just because she is publicly stated. this so as tucker pointed out earlier now this is out there in the web. it's going to be out there publicly for her kids mom had a hard time dealing with us instead of communicating with us decided to smoke some weed. >> clayton here is the other issue too. she is saying she is not getting high and driving anything can happen at any time. an accident, we know as parents anything can happen.
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so what's going to happen when there is an accident? is she going to be able to handle it? >> i guess that's. >> yes, she is going to be able to handle it. >> no different than a couple glasses of wine. an emergency can happen at midnight. kid could fall out of the bed and something horrible can happen and you have had a couple glasses of wine. is that any different jessica? >> it's absolutely no different. again, it's like, you know, the sky is not falling. the kids are clearly okay. i'm sure that in 15 years they're going to go hunt down mom's facebook update from 2015. i mean, it's a mountain out of a molehill. it's a mom who is at her limit. she has got three young kids and everybody periodically does a little something to take the edge off? >> bottom line it's still illegal? okay? >> not that illegal. >> it is in her state. we have got to go, unfortunately. can i continue this debate all morning long. please continue it on our facebook page this morning ff weekend.
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go there. let us know your thoughts on it. alison jessica, good to see you this no, thanks so much. >> coming up here on the show ridiculed for serving country. shocking allegations from dea agents who say they were discriminated against once coming home from war from their own bosses. we are going it hear from one of them next. then donald gets trumped by "the huffington post. the liberal blog will only cover him in the entertainment section next to the kardashians. this morning trump is firing back and so are you. your emails are piling up. ♪ it's all been done before ♪ at ally bank no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like shopping hungry equals overshopping. if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis like me... and you're talking to a rheumatologist
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kind of like mute buttons equal danger. ...that sound good? not being on this phone call sounds good. it's not muted. was that you jason? it was geoffrey! it was jason. it could've been brenda. good morning, it's a fox news alert. we are getting reports that one of the sailors injured are in that domestic terror attack in chattanooga has died. this now bringing the death toll to five. >> we are seeing some really touching tributes this morning. a local restaurant set up four place set seeings to memorialize the four that were shot in that brutal you murder. >> they will stay in place until they are all laid to rest and now they have to add another place setting. >> pretty heavy. >> some of the stories following on saturday morning. tell you about headlines now. in response to the deadly attacks in chattanooga that left four unarmed marines dead. one governor is trying to make sure that never happens and again that number is now
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five. one sailor now. oklahoma governor mary fallon is now authorizing military officials in the state four time personnel at facilities to the ones attacked on thursday. our men and women in uniform should not be vulnerable in their own communities. and a mother says she was physically sick after watching this terrifying video. a hooded man captured on surveillance camera trying to break into her wails home while she and her kids are upstairs sleeping. i understand is i installed the camera a week earlier when she found scratches on her back door. the man had a torch and wiper blade bent into a hook but not get in. police have increased patrols around her home. and the dea under fire for allegedly discriminating against some of america's bravest. more than a dozen veterans all reservists at the dea are coming forward saying their bosses are treating them unfairly because of their military service. earlier, colonel mark coast a dea special agent told bus a shocking encounter about his boss. >> he asked me, you know,
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how was iraq? and i said it was pretty tough. and i said, you know, i had been injured. his response was well, if you had gotten out of the reserve like i had told you to, this wouldn't have happened. you pretty much deserve everything you got. >> and then, again there are more than a dozen others. colonel coast says he was called a poisonous pansy. the dea has refused to comment on comments. >> jeb bush says his dad is recovering well after breaking a bone in his neck. >> he gets in the hospital kind of pretty regularly at 91. is he a little frail. when he starts telling semi dirty jokes to the nurses. [ laughter ] >> we know that he is on the rebound. >> bush 41 fell wednesday at his home in maine and is expected to make a full recovery. and just saying that the comments about the dirty jokes to the nurses. came from barbara bush. so you know they weren't too dirty. >> barbara bush has a great sense of humor. >> news to the media world
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this morning. the huffington post, which is a left wing blog, one of the most left leaning websites in america. new policy on trump. they said they are not going to cover him in the pages. i'm quoting now: the trump camp is firing back saying this: the only clown show in this scenario is the "huffington post" pretending to be a legit in the news source. is he not focused on being covered by glorified blog is he interested in making america great again. >> look at this late latest poll. what you are saying is, basically, that this candidacy is a side show and all of these people who are weighing in on these polls and who are throwing their support behind trump are also a side show.
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>> but i love this, actually. because, "huffington post" is finally dropping the charade, the pretense that they are a news site. they are not a news site. someone practicing journalism covers who is running whether you like them or not. that's what you do. that's what the news is they're throwing them in the entertainment pages. no run reads "the huffington post for news they go to see taylor swift's new selfie. trump's stories are going to get more readers than they did before. >> where do you weigh he in on this. because there have become some political watcher who's say that trump is hurting the republican party as a whole. >> i think that, you know, it's not my job i'm not in charge of the republican party that's for sure. do i think that trump is speaking in a way that people -- he is unafraid. everyone is afraid. there is a witch-hunt going on in america where anybody who says anything different is crushed by the twitter mob. here is a man who doesn't care. he is rich enough or old enough or crazy enough or whatever. he says so system things. each if you don't agree with him. it's sort of thrilling to watch this. >> we threw this out out on
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our facebook page. we got thousands of responses last weekend and this weekend on trump there was a theme that sort of emerged for most viewers at first i didn't think he was actually going to run. this is what they said. now that he started to talk we started to pay attention and listen. i want to hear more is what this theme. >> in a moment of stifling conformity. you thought the 1950s were conformist era. we are in one of the middle of one of the most profound conformist eras ever everyone has to think the same thing or they are crushed. trump is different and that works. >> if i'm outer in the the field covering fun stories not just for political stories. people will come up to me i am not talking about 2016 or anything they are like trump for president. is he on fire right now. >> refreshing to hear a man talk once in a while. >> comments read story. ron write us us on facebook trump is number one in the g.o.p. polls. he can't get any more real. chris on facebook writes they have to criticize him because is he waking people up.
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>> rick on facebook, rick reichmuth, love him or hate him. have to love the fact that he is not afraid of the media and speaks his mind. ff weekend is our facebook friend. and you can weigh in there. we will read some more coming up on the show. >> now hand it over to janice dean in for rick reichmuth. good morning j.d. >> let's take a look at it we had a brief shower here in the new york city area. that's not going to put a damper on our playground out on the plaza. it has just lifted. that is the good news. we are going to he see the potential for showers and thunderstorms along the cold front. see it here current temperatures. 70 in minneapolis. 80 in kansas city. so that front is on the that's going to give us the potential for strong to severe storms including hail damaging winds heavy downpours and isolated tornadoes. we still have that watch that thunderstorm watch in effect until 7:00 a.m. local time for parts of wisconsin. but we could actually see that extended into michigan as we have a severe thunderstorm warning right now. other big story is the extreme heat over at least two thirds of the country.
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dealing with temperatures well into the 90's. close to 100 degrees. but with the humidity what it feels like over 100 degrees for a lot of these states. and watching, tropical deloris because deloris is going to bring a lot of moisture up towards the southwest. yes, beneficial moisture, however, that's going to cause flooding concerns, so we have flash flood warnings in effect for parts of arizona as well as parts of southern california. there is deloris weakening storm -- deloris my mother-in-law's name. she would never. >> my aunt's name. >> she doesn't ruin a weekend for me. she is always great. >> i just think of the seinfeld episode. >> you are a great diplomat, janice dean. >> thank you. up next here is a pop quiz. which costs more? one night in an illegal detention center or one night at the four seasons? the answer will leave you fuming. especially since you are paying the bill for one of them. >> yikes. and is this the best bachelorette party ever?
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well matt la bank's father said matt and jennifer aniston had an affair while she was dating brad pitt. aniston denying those claims. he is probably like yeah, that's my boy. >> this could be more fuel for donald trump. look for it in his twitter feed this week. it turns out that housing illegals cost more than staying at some four star hotels. the daily mail reports that a nice stay at the country's largest detention center in texas cost taxpayers $231 per person per night. well double room at the hilton four star hotel 70 miles away costs only $169. now from federation for immigration reform joins us this morning. >> good to be here, tucker. >> can these numbers be true? >> it's our government at work. it's your tax dollars at work. i'm sure the advocates who have been pushing for more and more amenities you think they would be happy. now they want hilton honors points added for each night's stay.
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they are pushing the administration to release the families in detention and in fact as we speak they are. obviously the problem is that we have a process that takes way too long. and big thing though is you look at the cost of this. if you did release them with ankle bracelets they get to the back of the hearing line and in fact it winds up according to john morton the former head of ice costing taxpayers more if you release them. in the end what you you have to have at the border is a fast summary repatriot people quickly instead of creating this sham of an asylum program that let's people out on a mere solution of incredible fear. >> amir hilton, turns out it's not a joke. here are some of the accommodations soccer field flat screen televisions play grounds 24-hour snacks. these are detention centers for people who have broken the law demonstrably. where did wind up with amenities like this? >> well he we wound up whole battery of advocacy that
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work closely with the obama administration that have been pushing and pushing and pushing and objecting to have having any kind of detention of families. they have added more and more amenities. you wonder why more and more people keep walking across that border from central america and other places. the whole conception of detention is deterrence. the administration has conceded in a court they are not going to use it for deterrence. only detain people if you can show they are a flight risk. well, they are not going it find people any way after they release them. a backlog of half a million. millions of other illegal aliens not being apprehended. in the end the administration is probably going to stop detaining people at all in some of these centers prettien so. but, in the end it's underscores the whole collapse. i think what donald trump is saying the american people are sick and tired of pay fog dysfunctional immigration system that is a shambles, a shanel being a sham, and a shame. >> let's be completely honest here. people formulating this policy some of them don't buy in to the traditional
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notion of american citizenship that is that there is a between citizens and noncitizens. a lot of these people are going to wind up voting illegally. that's going to happen if you have drivers license, if you are being treated as a protected class how are we going to be sure that in 2016 election, significant numbers of illegals aren't voting? >> tucker, in october auto years ago the democrat party changed immigration policy with a major law. 50 years later it's clear that immigration has changed the democrat party. and now you see people like jerry brown and others who are blurrings distinction between citizen and alien. they there are all these efforts to provide all kinds of benefits and incentives for those who come illegally. all sorts of ways of office skating that distinction including the people here vote not eligible. in the end what you really have are people who have pushed these detention centers who do not agree fundamentally with the idea that we should limit immigration, control immigration, or detain aliens while they wait for proceedings which take way
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too long and cost too much. what they are really trying to do is called, you know, overwhelming the system. they have done a great job for six years. >> very quickly dan immigration is completely changed the nature of america, the experience of every one of us who was born here and lives here. sure. >> the average american has no way to influence the system at all. no one asks us who should be let in and the numbers. how can the average person influence the system at f. at all. >> previous campaigns in 2008 2010, and 2012. barack obama never campaigned for mass amnesty program. we have seen now republican candidates repeatedly promise, certainly 2010, 2014, we have seen promises to do something as soon as the voting booth is done and voting is done they suddenly turn around too hard can't get that done. people are going to have to what we need, of course, are presidential candidates and santorum, some extent rick walker obviously hearing robust discussion on the republican side. hillary clinton is going to have to answer basic core
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questions about sanctuary about her conception is of limits. we have -- as citizens we van obligation to raise this issue at every turn in the upcoming campaign. >> dan stein from fair. joining us from washington. thanks a lot dan i appreciate it. >> thank you tucker. >> in the wake of the tennessee horror attack should we now be be monitoring mosques. >> if christians were routinely going out in the name of jesus and killing people, you know, blowing up abortion clinics, for example, if it was happening at the same level i would say go in the churches and do what you need to do. >> spy on the methodists. >> that debate rages. we will bring it to you. and then, it tragedy comes this glimmer of hope. terror attack, picture that will make you proud to be an american all over again.
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sad news to report at this hour. fox news alert. the death toll in the chattanooga krorterror attack has risen to five. the family of randall smith just confirming to fox news channel that he has died from his injuries. smith was a reservist serving on active duty in chattanooga. four marines were also killed in thursday's attack. >> so now we have five. gets so much harder when you find out the victims' names and hear their stories. >> it really does. and it wasn't a cross section of america. it was the best of america. not average people who were killed it was great people. >> and you can sebringing people together in that community in ways in which the folks of chattanooga are showing their -- me moralizing those who have
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fallen there. some unbelievable viral stories in those communities. one was a local restaurant. putting up four different place settings. so they'll have those place settings reserved at this stable until they are laid to rest. sadly this morning, perhaps adding a fifth place setting to that. >> it's infuriating. murdered by a man who was welcomed into this country from abroad shown the fruits of this country, the decency, the kindness of americans, and then to murder five of them who did nothing. i mean it's really an outrage. >> and, by the way, liberated his country. >> exactly. >> he's from kuwait. if you think about the first gulf war, of course. >> but we are seeing the decency in americans as folks are coming together. also a veteran who's done this on 9/11 but he stood on a bridge for four hours with an american flag. i think we have a photo of that as well. memorializing the victims.
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that is now five with that sailor who died. >> he does that every september 11 and now doing that in honor of the fallen soldiers there. >> military recruitment centers across the country are on high alert after the shooting in chattanooga. outside one of them military member holding an ak-47. he said he was there to protect them. i think we have pictures of that. >> yeah. whether you agree with this or not, it actually startled the people in the area. he said it was my day off and i wanted to do something that would make an impact. >> i'd be pretty wary of showing up at a recruitment center with an ak-47, to be completely honest. would not recommend that. the spirit of it was admirable. he was there to protect, not to harm. though i don't think we'd recommend that. >> the idea was that he was carrying his gun. >> absolutely. and i'm all for the second amendment. i just think you could be mistaken for a bad guy. coming up here on the show it happened in a matter of seconds. a girl nearly kidnapped, pulled into a man's van, but her little brother jumped into action.
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>> she was already halfway to the van. like to the waist. i had to grab her legs. i was right here. i had to keep pulling as hard as i could. >> next hour, an expert here with life-saving advice you could teach your own kids. the nashville stadium goes dark in the middle of the blame. who's to blame? is it taylor swift? details on the bad blood that's now brewing.
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shooter's journey to jihad, we are live from chattanooga. and then, horror on the highway. dozens of cars in flames as a wildfire rages right across the road and sends the drivers running for their lives with seconds to spare. we've got the fiery images. we'll tell you what happened. >> one second they were walking. the next, a man grabs his sister and pulls her into his van. >> she was already halfway into the van. like to the waist. i had to grab her legs. i was right here. i had to grab her legs and keep pulling as hard as i could. >> this girl lucky enough to be saved by her little brother. this hour an expert with the life-saving advice that you can teach your own kids. "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. we go right to a fox news alert. the death toll has risen tragically in the tennessee terror attack. the family of u.s. navy petty
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officer randall smith has confirmed to fox news that he has succumbed to his injuries. >> what can you tell us? >> reporter: such a sad story to report this morning. randall smith, he was 26 years old, a navy sailor seriously injured by this gunman on thursday and has now died as a result of those injuries. he's from ohio. died this morning of extensive damage to the liver and the colon colon. he had several surgeries after being shot three times. leaves behind a wife three little girls under the age of 6. i did speak to his step grandmother. she was crying on the phone. said that he died this morning at 1:19 this morning. said he was a very fine young man, that he loved his family and that he loved the navy. also a cousin got word this morning from randall's mother telling her to please get to her knees and pray, that randall's wife had gotten word this morning to bring the pastor. the total now of the victims who
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have died is now at five. police say the gunman who they shot dead killed these four marines as well on thursday. gunnery staff sergeant thomas sullivan lance corporal squire "skip" wells, holmquist and david wyatt. what do we know about the gunman, that he at least took four trips to jordan. the last trip coming home just this last november. it's a muslim majority country, as you know. investigators are trying to determine if he had any contact with radical terrorist groups or any extremists when he was there in jordan. police seized a cell phone, a computer and other electronics from his house. they've flown all those items to d.c. trying to get some forensic analysis and learn a little bit more about who he was. so anna clayton, and tucker the fbi are telling us this morning they're following 70 different leads from local law enforcement to learn more about the suspect. back to you. >> thanks so much. >> and we're hearing this morning how the family members
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found out that their loved ones were killed. yesterday we told you about thomas sullivan and his facebook page saying where are you, buddy, where are you? and this morning, we have the cover of a post of an exchange between another one of the victims and his girlfriend. >> this is skip wells, marine lance corporal skip wells. a picture of the front page of the "post" this morning. and this -- unbelievable. he was excited to see his loved one. she was texting him at work saying he can't wait to see her. she says yes, you can honey. the next text says "active shooter." she says you're so weird. i love you. and a few hours later honey i need you to answer me please. >> i imagine she's in between tears as she's texting that. >> but he never did because he was murdered. by this guy mohammad youssuf abdulazeez. the focus now, exactly how he
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became radicalized. a guy from kuwait tight knit community, played with friends in the neighborhood, a normal kid. trips to jordan now the focus of this investigation. so apparently he went over to jordan. he may have also gone to yemen which has been a destination for a lot of jihadis from around the world. there were not signs apparently of his growing islamic extremism. our friend grif jenkins spoke to his neighbors, and they said he was just a normal kid. >> he was a nice kid. knew him from adolescence. and he never caused any trouble in the neighborhood. never. he was a good polite kid. and he came from a good upbringing. >> a normal guy like me and you. we used to ride go-karts and play xbox. all the kids in the neighborhood used to hang out, so it's quite a big shock. >> always playing with a couple guys across the street playing
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soccer or whatever. seemed like a normal family. >> and that picture that we keep showing you, that's his father there who allegedly was funding terrorism. that's why he was on a watch list and somehow was removed. but the picture of this terrorist, abdulazeez it's his only mugshot. he doesn't really have a violent criminal record. only real arrest was on 4/20 this year for driving under the influence. so how does a kid get radicalized here in america from kuwait how does this happen so fast? well a lot of the radicalization and recruitment is happening online. we had dr. sebastian gorka on the program and he says actually the idea of this lone wolf term maybe it needs to be a term of the past. listen. >> let's ditch this label of lone wolf. this is designed to make us disconnect the dots. it's designed to make us think that these are sporadic disconnected individuals. they're not. whether it's the ft. hood
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shooter, whether it's the tsarnaev brothers the charlie hebdo shooter, or this man in chattanooga, they are all connected by the ideology by the stuff they consume on the internet. this is a global network of jihadi activists. >> he says we need to do more online. we also need to go into the mosques and increase surveillance. we had mayor giuliani on the program yesterday, saying de blasio's policies are really handcuffing police officers. >> and last night on special report saying it's time to stop being politically correct. we need to work and start to surveil these mosques in these communities. and kerstin powers says it is time. if christians were blowing up abortion clinics, she'd recommend the same thing. >> i'm a christian. if christians were routinely going out in the name of jesus and killing people you know blowing up abortion clinics, for example. if it was happening at the same level, i would say go in the churches. >> spy on the methodists. >> it has to be done in a
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constitutional way. you have to have a reasonable suspicion. you have to get a warrant. but the idea that this is supposed to somehow be off-limits i just don't agree with that. >> i think it's obviously true. we've been doing it for years. we've pulled back a little bit. the question i ask is do you really want to live in a country where we're spying a lot on people? and the answer in my case is absolutely not. i would much rather stop these people from coming into our country in the first place. much easier. cheaper. doesn't affect my civil liberties. >> there's that and we do need to do more to counter them online when they have 90,000 posts a day on social media. we need to hit them hard in iraq and syria. >> and by the way, don't call him a muslim. >> no don't do that. >> if you were watching one of the other networks -- his name is muhammad, by the way. we don't want him to be perceived as a muslim. take a listen to what you might have caught on another network. >> i know what the name sounds like but we don't know that it's a muslim name. we know it's an arabic name. we don't know what this individual was believing in and that's what they're going to be
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trying to determine. >> what worries me is how this will be perceived by the public is a muslim militant attack. and i'm already seeing among friends in the national security community a rising sense of anti-islamic sentiment. i'm worried that that will feed into more attacks like this and undercut the efforts to reach out to the american muslim community. >> yeah so if your name is mohammad you're probably muslim. if your name is jesus, probably not jewish probably christian. mohammed is a giveaway. but really the giveaway is it's cnn's point that it worries them that people might perceive this as a muslim attack. because the real threat isn't the radical muslims. the real threat is bigoted america. >> the real threat is ignoring the problem and it's going to get worse. >> yeah the biggest problem is perception. let us know what the biggest problem is. go to our facebook page. >> the biggest problem is gunfire, actually! it's pretty simple.
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some other stories we're following on your saturday morning. we'll start with this fox news alert. horror on the highway. dozens of cars and trucks turned into charred chunks of metal on a california highway by a fast-moving wildfire. the burned wreckage left behind after terrified drivers abandoned their vehicles and ran for their lives. two people received minor burns. five homes have been destroyed. the fire just five5% contained. the people who may have helped el chapo vanish from prison are now behind bars themselves. seven people who were questioned about the breakout are now under arrest. this coming as mexico's attorney general says the united states had requested guzman be extradited to america just three weeks before his escape. and extreme weather turning deadly. a woman struck and killed by lightning while hiking a popular trail near buena vista, colorado. in kentucky a powerful
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thunderstorm forcing sam smith fans to evacuate his concert mid song. >> please get away from the stage, calmly and quickly. >> the storm packing 60-mile-an-hour winds and torrential rains, powering through louisville just 35 minutes after sam smith got onstage. and a mom was right when she said hey, don't slouch. >> like this in the back. >> do you know something about her posture? it's going to get so bad. >> a new study finds that people who slump over their desk while performing high-pressure tasks tend to have more negative thoughts and are less confident than those who sit up straight. another reason to sit up straight your boss will take you more seriously. and hey, clayton, you look five pounds thinner! >> why, thank you. >> is that true? >> this is very comfortable. >> they say the camera adds ten pounds. >> i'd say 25. >> what do you think?
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>> i'm finding it hard to breathe. >> i'm wearing a corset. >> you're wearing a corset? >> i always knew there was something about you that was different. >> i like my victorian garb. >> that's fantastic. i love it. deep inhale. exhale. let's take a look at the weather map. here we are. we have the potential for showers and thunderstorms across the great lakes. and it is tapering off here in the northeast. we have a playground outside on 48th and 6th but the rain is tapering off as predicted. last 12 hours across the upper midwest and the great lakes, that's where we have the potential for strong storms and hail damaging winds, maybe some flooding isolated tornados as well. there's your threat heading into sunday. expanding across the great lakes for sunday and it's hot outside. i know it's summertime but it's going to feel oppressive in at least a dozen states where the temperatures are going to go over 100 degrees with the humidity and the highs across the south into the 90s and
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that's going to spread into the east coast tomorrow on sunday. oh, my goodness. >> the parents were smiling proudly. freddy saves the day again. the mayor had more to say. i'm sorry, i'm just reading america's favorite children's book. it's the new addition. >> spoiler alert. he does survive the hurricane. >> oh, my gosh. of course he survives. >> we don't want them killing freddy. that's an o'reilly thing. >> this is your third book? >> this is the third book. the first one was the thunderstorm. the blizzard was second. this one's the hurricane. preparing kids for hurricane season. we're into it right now. and russ cox is with me again. my brilliant illustrator. and freddy is a weather-ready nation ambassador for noaa! >> wow! what's polly woggins up to? >> you'll have to read and see. she might be hanging on to a lamp post during the hurricane. >> that sounds familiar. >> thanks so much everybody.
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>> awesome book. >> my heart is leaping with joy. ribbit. >> up next, the shootings in tennessee reigniting with this debate. why aren't members of our military allowed to arm themselves at recruiting stations? there's a time to throw out that rule. the debate rages next. plus take a look at this. it's a wake-up call for all you ladies. don't leave your purse on the back of your chair. this guy snuck past everybody eating at the table. they had no idea this was happening.
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at ally bank no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like mute buttons equal danger. ...that sound good? not being on this phone call sounds good. it's not muted. was that you jason? it was geoffrey! it was jason. it could've been brenda.
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it's time to change this policy. it's ridiculous and absurd. if you don't trust your soldiers then why do you have an army? >> new criticism of military
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gun-free zones. after the deadly shooting rampage in chattanooga, should it be? this picture is heartbreaking. the windows to the recruiting center shot up with a sign banning firearms. should this policy be changed to make certain it doesn't happen again? joining us now, a marine corps veteran, and the director of the accountability project. thanks so much for joining us. mickey you just heard it from a man who was there at ft. hood several years ago when a crazy person came in and murdered many of his compatriots. he said if i had a firearm, i would have been able to stop the massacre before it continued. why shouldn't he be able to do that? >> there is a directive signed under george bush sr. department of defense saying there are specific trained officers at military bases who are allowed to do so or any area where there is military presence. >> so where were they? >> that's a good question. but the reality is there should be someone there. and they're not always protecting them. just last year the first --
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there was a shooting on a base and the first person to be shot was that trained professional. this is not something that's been proven to be more effective at defending people and, in fact most military personnel, experts in this have said that by making gun-free zones, you're just opening up the opportunity for massive shooting sprees because 34% of the trained individuals are shooting effectively. >> i'm not a veteran, but my understanding was that most soldiers and marines were by definition trained to use firearms correct? maybe all of them. >> that's correct. i mean marines are -- every marine is a rifleman no matter what their job is. they're all trained and experts in what they do. >> so what exactly is the point of this? why of all places would you ban a military recruiting station from having armed men? i'm totally confused. >> well they're not banning them entirely. there is an exception to this rule.
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>> that's not true. >> but they're all trained. >> chris served in the marine corps. chris, your view. >> okay in the gun-free zones, what she's saying is like calling a police officer to a gun-free zone and saying you can't come in because you have a gun. but if you or your family were in there, you'd want that police officer to come protect you. so these recruiting stations are akin to that. they should have these trained officers inside the recruiting stations that are recruiters. there's a period of instruction that they could add to the recruiter school. make one person responsible for carrying a firearm at the recruiter, and that way they're not waiting to become a target. they can actually welcome in the public and if a threat presents itself they can prevent it. threat detection is key here. prevention is -- it's like reading a book backwards. these policies of gun-free zones, we're not learning from our history. in 2009, this exact incident happened. >> and the first person shot was that person. >> i'm going to give you an opportunity with just a second left to state very clearly why a
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room full of marines trained to use firearms as a job should not be allowed to use fire arms. >> because every single expert in this area trained military professionals, have said there is a guarantee of a shooting spree for that to happen. >> so the marines -- >> no no. by having many guns you have the guns stolen you can have them all targeted. the reality is -- >> the guns shoot themselves? >> that's ridiculous. they were at an armory. >> then why is it that every military expert that's an expert in this issue disagrees with you? >> thanks for coming on for that debate. >> thank you very much tucker. what if we told you you could save $3,000 a year? coming up the simple everyday things you can do to make that happen. three grand in your pocket. then a girl pulled into a van by a man nearly kidnapped in a matter of seconds. saving her life her little brother. he pulled her out by the ankles. up next, an expert with life-saving advice you can teach your own children to keep them safe from kidnappers.
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welcome back. some quick sports headlines for you. high winds have blown the british open off course. the final round is pushed to monday. it's expected to resume later today. dustin johnson is tied for the lead. everyone at the british open always looks miserable every year. the washington nationals playing some real lights-out baseball last night. literally. their game versus the dodgers suspended after a lighting issue. and taylor swift might be to blame. nationals pitcher max scherzer tweeting out, well who was the last one to use nationals park
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last night? taylor swift. i blame her for the power outs tonight. we now have bad blood. anna over to you. >> thanks so much. well it happened in just a matter of seconds, we're told. a 15-year-old girl nearly kidnapped, grabbed by a man and pulled into his van as she walks through an alley near her chicago neighborhood, but her little brother jumped into action. >> she was already halfway into the van, to the waist. i had to grab her legs. i was right here. i had to grab her legs and keep pulling as hard as i could. >> i did everything i could to try not to go into the van. >> what a story. we're told the suspect in that case is still on the loose. the question this morning, what can we teach your kids if they find themselves in a terrible situation like this? join us now is retired westchester county police detective and self-defense expert steve cardigan and his assistant liz mccaffrey. good morning, guys. what are the top three things we need to tell our children if they get caught in a terrible situation like this? >> number one, never allow
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yourself to be taken from point a to point b, or the primary crime scene to the second. if it's a stranger, it's unforgiving. if he took her into the van, 90% chance she's not coming back alive. >> awareness and avoidance. just knowing your surroundings. >> back to basics. walk out, take a look around. is there something that senses you danger. avoidance. avoid that danger. and if you're encountered by that person escape. >> and you've got to scream, right? at the top of your lungs. >> be verbal. the predator is afraid of two things getting hurt and getting caught. if we can instill one or both of those by hurting him or by drawing attention, you become a less valuable target. >> it's life-saving advice for a child or a female or anybody who feels vulnerable. so let's go through the first scenario. this girl apparently was being dragged into a van as her little brother mentioned and he had to pull her out. let's do a similar situation where elizabeth is being dragged by you. >> sure. i'm going to drag her. as i pull her, she's going to step in at her accord sit her
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butt to the ground. knees are going to be up and she is going to cause a lot of damage. i can't move here. the ground is her base. kicking up from the ground up to me. she has great leverage and power. >> it's all about in the heat of the moment though remembering. the biggest thing is you're going to brace and get down right? >> get down to the ground. >> what about if you get picked up? >> the second one, a frontal blitz. common from the front. i grab her. i lift her up and i want to take her somewhere. >> hit 'em where it hurts. >> she hits me in the groin. is able to do that technique. >> the third technique would be the rear blitz. come up from behind her. i grab her, her arms come up. she sits her butt to the ground. spins. same thing. this is going to cause a lot of damage. >> that one's a little more complicated. can i try the first one? >> absolutely. >> see how i do. >> i'm going to pull you. so you base out like this. >> as i pull you, you're going to step right there. sit your butt to the ground, hold on to my hand. put one foot there and start to
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kick. >> ride the bicycle. there you go. >> all right. do we have time for one more? >> absolutely. >> what if i'm getting picked up? >> all you do is put your leg to the outside of mine. >> the outside of this one? >> this way. >> beth if you help her. >> i lift you. >> good. >> lift your leg back. >> and boom kick. >> what's the biggest tip very quickly on how to remember this while we're in a terrible situation? >> well these are techniques that you want to practice. this program is called the girls on guard. i create instructors all over the country. this happened in chicago. i'm going to be there mid september to create instructors. >> thank you so much for your time today. hopefully your message resonates with some other folks. all right, over to some other guy. >> thanks anna. another hero has died sadly, following that terror attack in tennessee. we are live in chattanooga. we learn more about the sailor and the gunman who murdered him
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>> the family of u.s. navy petty officer randall smith confirming to fox news channel that he has succumbed to his injuries. >> ainsley is live there. what >> reporter: i spoke to his step-grandmother this morning, she said he died at 1:19 this morning. he was a very fine young man, she said. he loved his family and he loved the navy. a cousin said she got word from randall's mother this morning telling her to pray that randall's wife got word to bring in the pastor. we do know this about randall. he was from pauling, ohio. he died from extensive damage from his liver and from his colon. he had several surgeries after the shooting on thursday. he was shot three times. leaves behind a wife and three little young girls. all under the age of 6 years old. as you were saying, it brings the total victims who have died as a result of this shooting to five. police say that they were able to shoot the gunman dead there on the scene at the second
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location but he shot four other marines, their names are thomas sullivan skip wells, sergeant carson holmquist, as well as staff sergeant david wyatt. we know that this gunman took four trips to jordan. investigators are trying to determine if he had any contact with radical terrorist groups or any extremists when he was on those trips. tucker clayton, and anna the fbi following now 70 different leads from local law enforcement agencies to find out more about this suspect. back to you. >> thanks a lot. >> great job out there. 34 minutes after the hour. some other stories making headlines, starting with a murder mystery. a recent college graduate found beaten and strangled to death in her apartment. jasmine wright may have known her killer since there were no signs of forced entry. wright was on the phone with one of her parents just moments before her murder. she earned her degree just four weeks ago.
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and the terrorist behind the norway massacre is going to college. well kind of. he will take a political science course from his jail cell. he will not have any contact with staff or students. norwegian law gives prisoners the right to higher education. he killed 77 people in 2011 in the bombing and shooting spree. and ladies this will have you thinking twice before hanging your purse on the back of a chair. check out this robbery scheme. so a man is caught on camera at a plano, texas, restaurant, hiding his arm inside a jacket sleeve to rummage through a woman's purse. it took him less than 30 seconds to steal her wallet. neither the victim nor the people she was eating with noticed. police searching for the man and his female accomplice. and we were supposed to pack a a suitcase in the most compact way possible but we resorted to this. >> booking a hotel reservation.
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>> thank you. >> ever since she went on atkins -- >> not enough baby bells and turkey bacon, clayton. how did you feel? >> i felt good. i felt like we pulled it off. >> we were trying to squeeze like two weeks of clothing shoes, toiletries jewelry all that stuff. >> well women manage to pack very well. they can fit like 80 items into the bag. it was a challenge for tucker and i. >> we've done it before. this is totally par for the course for us. clayton will come over, sit on my bags. i'll go over to his house. >> you always wear the good luck hat. >> yeah, and then we move on. the most painful part of this was the toothbrush. >> yow! >> we'll be here all week everyone. >> janice dean standing by. author of three books, by the way. >> yea! umbrellas are better with friends. it is raining outside here in new york city. but it is going to taper off and we're still going to play on the
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jungle gym here. let's meet some people. where are you from? >> dayton ohio. >> what's your name? >> john and molly winters. >> and you? >> florida. marion and gary mcgraham. >> and you're going to the yankees game. >> today. >> fantastic. we'll see you there. what about you fine folks? >> mike and leslie sloan from maryland and we're here for "the lion king." >> nice. what's your favorite television cable news network? >> fox. >> fox business and fox news. let's take a look at your maps right now and show you where the potential for rain is. i promise, it is going to taper off. it's not going to be a washout here in new york city for the big fox fan game at yankees stadium. we are looking for the potential of severe weather. however, across the great lakes, the midwest, the mississippi river valley where we have a severe thunderstorm warning for western michigan and it's going to be warm outside. feeling like summertime. kansas city, 94. today in new york, it's going to be in the 80s, but tomorrow the 90s. with the humidity it's going to
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be a little bit warmer than average. we do have tropical moisture surging into the southwest. this is a good news story however. flash flooding is possible. we have some tropical action. delores is going to bring several inches of rain to these areas that need the rain but the flash flooding is going to be a concern. have fun, everybody! wave to everybody at home! yea! thanks for coming! >> thank you. we love janice dean. >> so do we. are you kidding? want to save 3,000 bucks a year? >> yes. >> well now you can, anna. up next, the simple things you can do starting today to make that happen. >> and then the donald gets trumped by "the huffington post." the left wing blog will only cover him in its entertainment section. trump, of course is firing back in a most colorful manner and so are you. your e-mails next. >> but first, we're checking in with david to see what's coming up on the cost of freedom business block. >> hey, guys. good morning. new terror fears gripping the heartland and putting america on
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high alert. the fallout for all of us. and with terror mounting is this any time to be freeing up billions of dollars in cash to the top sponsor of terror? all that and growing calls to cut off cities harboring criminal illegals before another american is killed. we'll see you soon.
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up. you forget you signed up for certain services that are $2.99 a month, but a lot of the things that we use every day, like the home phone or cell phone, have all these hidden fees that you can knock down, too. your first tip is the home phone. >> right. >> who uses that anymore? >> you know i think that we see older generations who are still reliant on phones. also new families they like the safety of having a land line. it's just good for security purposes. the average fee is about $40 a month. a lot of cable providers and wireless providers bundle that in. but that's a big expense over the course of a year especially if you're not using it. the best thing is to set up an internet home phone service which connects to your wi-fi. it's free. you just pay applicable taxes and fees. so you're saving an average of $480 over the course of a year just by doing that. the one company is ooma that you can look up. >> okay. get rid of the home phone. we don't really need that. a lot of people have them for security systems. adt. you don't need them because adt
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has the wireless. excess mobile data. >> so 85% of mobile users purchase more data than they actually use. and we forget to review our bills and see how much we're using. i recommend looking over your bill or track it the next couple of months and then reduce it. you can probably reduce it by $20. the average that people pay more that they don't use is around $20 a month and you're looking at saving $240 a year. then use the 3g watchdog app, which will alert you when you're nearing that data expiration when you're about to cap off so you don't get charged fees. use that wi-fi finder on your phone. >> unused gym memberships and some useless bank fees also. >> that's right. so useless bank fees. if you're paying for a checking account fee, which is about $15 if you're not meeting certain requirements that's a waste of money. so what you might want to do is switch to your local credit union. they waive those fees so you're saving $180 almost over the year. unused gym memberships. if you signed up in january, it's seven months into the year
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you're probably not going to use it. cancel it the average cost is $58 a month for a membership. you'll save $700 a year. purchase an elliptical or an exercise gadget. >> just walk. >> or go for a walk. >> food waste. >> this is big. the natural resources defense council says that americans waste $165 billion a year. you know, you buy a lot of groceries, end up tossing it. i do this. so what i recommend doing is using a meal-planning service like the fresh 20 which is a meal planning service that uses 20 ingredients. mixes and matches those for the week to give you new recipes so you don't waste food and you can save $500 over the year by not throwing away that food. >> that's great. finally, the too lazy to coupon. >> i think a lot of people look at couponing like a big task. they don't want to clip coupons. but a lot of surveys show it could save you a lot of money. in fact, an average family can save a thousand dollars by just looking for coupons. spending just 20 minutes a week.
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and what's so great is that there are helpful apps that you can use. so yowza is a grocery app. >> say that again? >> yowza. and coupon sherpa is another mobile coupon app that offers grocery coupons. plus coupons for restaurants, department stores movie theaters. so you get them right on your phone. it doesn't make sense not to look for them. they're right in your hands when you need them and you're going to save almost a thousand dollars or more on big tukt purricket purchases. >> these are great tips. what was that first one? >> yowza. >> thank you. >> thank you for having me. >> the donald gets trumped by "the huffington post." the liberal blog will only cover him in the entertainment section now. trump's firing back and so are your e-mails. those are up next.
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time for some headlines weaved in smoke. television denver's going to pot. residents tuning in to jimmy kimmel monday to see the nation's first tv ad for marijuana a spot for a company that sells smoking devices with cannabis oim the laws prohibit the commercial from showing the actual product. a bethlizer for marijuana for drivers taking the high road. companies in a race to market the firsthand-held device to detect marijuana in a person's system. it's ten times the cost of alcohol breathalyzers but it's worth it. donald trump, a little back and forth with "huffington post." you know them 200 million
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people reading the "huffington post," it's a behemoth of a website but politics page will not have any more stories of donald trump in the politics section of the website. >> yeah he's right there next to justin bieber and the bashler et apparentlying. according to "huffington post," trump's campaigns a sideshow. we won't take the bait. if you're interested in what the donald has to say, find it next to stories on the kardashians and the bashlerler et. >> he did not take this sitting down. he wrote this or his spokesman did on twitter, quote, the only clown show in this scenario is "huffington post" pretending to be a legitimate news source. mr. touch is not focused on being covered by a glorified blog. he is focused on making america great again. it's not a news site. never has been. it's just a complete partisan -- it's an adjunct to democratic political campaign. by the way, nobody reads
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politics page anyway. >> unless you're msnbc host you're not reading "huffington post." >> does that move the needle at all? who cares? >> taylor swift's latest selfies. >> i mean the politics page. the politics page. i mean if you look at latest polls, right, 2016 gop nominee preference news fox new poll among likely republican primary voters trump is out in front right now by a pretty significant margin. >> yeah. a lot of people didn't take him seriously in april. 5% up to 18% now. leading the pack. >> does the politics page of "huffington post" move that needle at all? >> it's so dumb. it's not journalism. i wrote a website, news site. we don't not cover obama because i don't like him. i don't agree with president obama but we put him in the news pages because we're not in charge of the news. news organizations covers what happens whether they like it or not, those that refuse are not news --
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>> the "huffington post" isn't the only one who called donald trump a sideshow. some republicans are saying he's damaging the republican party. >> people don't -- >> taking attention away from other viable candidates. >> a lot of people don't like him but it doesn't make him less a real news story. we're not in charge of making the news we cover it that's the point. >> lucy wrote us on facebook i'm proud of mr. trump, what so many people think but have this way to make it known, good for him. >> the res getting on social media. bill on facebook says hooray for the huffpo. they have accurately cat rises the freak show that is donald trump. he's not a serious candidate. he's just endangering republican chances for 2016. >> trump is serious about getting the country back on his feet he should not be dismissed. >> his courage is refreshing however, how could he possibly work with congress after calling them all stupid?
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want him in the debates but not in the presidency. >> not in the quote, news pages, "huffington post," which written by a bunch of children who live in brooklyn who have no idea what american politics is about, so like if you go there, i guess you won't have to deal with donald trump stories. feel better? >> more "fox and friends." don't go away. nk no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like shopping hungry equals overshopping.
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aha! cinnamon. milk. cinna-milk. cinnamon toast crunch. crunch! crave those crazy squares. cinna-milk! sometimes mother nature doesn't get our memo that we're going to try to have fun on the plaza and then she starts to rain on us. backyard leisure set up great swing sets and everything set up outside, and then it started to like monsoon. >> in the spirit of the song can welip sync the rest of the show? ♪ blame it♪ >> we are going to blame it on the rain. we talk about these from --
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where do we get those. home depot, right. >> home depot. home depot sells all three. >> our friend dave dutton. makes awesome playgrounds. >> thank you for having us on. appreciate it. >> were playing earlier, i went down the slide. three different ones. one screen left, which is that? >> that is the explorer. 999. >> 999. that's the one where opening price for us all delivered and installed. >> that is true? assembled. >> right in your backyard. you do nothing. you pay for them sit there, watch the guys putting it together. >> how much is assembly. >> then you play. >> it's all included. 999. >> no way. >> delivered and installed. >> it would take the average homeowner a while. >> a full weekend. a full weekend. delivery and installed is something we're doing nationwide. it's do it for me which is what we call it. you pay for it either in store in home depot or online
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homedepot.com. you can buy them there. we deliver them it's 999, up to 1999 for the three sets. >> sheds usa has taken things up a notch. as a kid we didn't have a climbing wall and wasn't nice enough to have a spend the night party. one on the high end, fade the picture, tell us the specs on that one. >> voyage ar. >> right. the clubhouse up top big enough you can have sleeping bags up top, slide down for the getaway. a lot of imagine of play goes into these things. it's a spaceship one day, pirateship the other day. a lot of imagine of play that goes into the swing and slides. >> a greedy soulless trial lawyers have been attacking playgrounds for so many years. still fun to see playgrounds for kids. >> i'm going to agree. >> you are fighting back with this awesome product. >> dave great to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> we want to thank you and sheds usa for the playgrounds,
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available at home depot. visit foxandfriends.com. sorry, mother nature. >> not tomorrow -- tomorrow national ice cream day. >> bye, everybody. security beefed up across the nation. after a deadly attack in the heartland rattles the nation. this lone wolf not only delivering a terrible emotional cost to the victims' families and their community. someone here says these hits could have a widespread impact on our economy. hi everyone. this is "bulls & bears." and the "bulls & bears" this week gary b. smith, jonas max faris, john mayfield with lisa booth and chuck rocha. we see lone wolves across the country. you say that could have a huge economic imp

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