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it is friday july 31st, 2015. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. a sweat-soaked toddler pulled from a car while her mom went to shop. this is what happened next. >> you left her in the car. >> sorry. >> no sorry. she could have died. >> what will happen to that mom? >> that's my costco. meanwhile, is joe biden about to make a run for it? >> the next president of the united states! >> you cannot go to a 7-11 or a dunkin' donuts unless you have a slight indian accent. >> that right there, the clinton camp is scared that joe is going for the doe -- dough. >> we'll bring you information. everybody knows there's no
crying in football? >> are you crying? >> no. >> are you crying? are you crying? there's no crying. there's no crying in baseball. >> i meant to say baseball. apparently, this superstar new york mets who was in the organization as young as 16 is now 23 is crying because he was traded. don't be sad. he's still there. >> morning are better with friends. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> how could there be music
playing? >> it hasn't started yet. >> once again today, the expedia summer concert series. come on down. things kick off at 8:00 a.m. eastern. >> that's right. scotty mccreery for sure going to be heating up that stage and we wish you well. we're thankful that you are here with us this friday. we say good morning to ainsley earhardt. if you live in pennsylvania, you definitely need to hear this story. we're beginning with a fox news alert. a manhunt is under way for an armed and extremely dangerous man in pennsylvania. his name is robert chrisman. he's a heroin addict. he is the crime suspect in the murder of a woman inside her house within eyesight of that prison. police believe that he knew the 55-year-old victim and he kill her shortly after he escaped. he then took off with stolen
guns and a maroon chevy silverado with pennsylvania plates. there's the plate. if you recognize it. see it on the street. call 911 immediately. double trouble at one of the nation's busiest airports. emergency is declared on two airplanes. the problems in dallas began when an american airlines flight from chicago when smoke filled the cab an. an hour later, the landing gear of a spirit airlines jet caught on fire after coming in from orlando. firefighters did put out those flames. passengers were then allowed to exit normally. the debris found in the southern indian ocean arrived to france today for testing. investigators are trying to determine if it's from the
missing malaysia airplane. testing is under way on a suitcase that also washed ashore. there's a picture of it. breaking just moments ago, beijing awarded the 2022 winter olympics games. beijing narrowly beating out kazakhstan for that bid. it becomes the first ever city to host both the summer and the winter games. those are your headlines. that's pretty exciting news. who would think that china would edge oud kas ak stand for the winter games? it's weird. nobody really wants the winter games anymore. >> it costs them so much money and what do they get out of it? >> i think the summer are much more lucrative. let's talk politics if we
can. could it be clinton versus biden for the democratic nomination? it seems the hillary camp is worried the vp may jump into the presidential race. kristen joins us with the information. >> the possibility of the vice president running against hillary clinton has always been on the table but now this rumor has new legs and here's why. democratic sources told ed henry that a biden staff member had breakfast with a personal meeting, ed richetti. he says i'm not planning anything. hillary clinton's our candidate now. bidden may be trying to figure out if he can raise enough
money. the biden family is going through a difficult time right now and any speculation about the views of the vice president or his family or about his political future is premature and inappropriate. now the first caucus, the iowa caucus is still more than six months away. biden has got plenty of time and he's got the name recognition. the question will be can he raise on enough cash to take on a clinton? back to you. that's right. is joe going for the dough? let's face it, hillary is vulnerable. about six in ten americans don't trust her and you look at what happened, hillary versus jeb, jeb actually wins, but if it's jeb versus joed biden, joe wins by one. >> that's kind of interesting. joe biden is unscripted, which is somewhat of a relief where hillary clinton is so
tight-lipped, it's impossible to cover her and get a news story out. as of late, she's actually taking a few questions. >> joe biden has the ability to connect. >> can you imagine if joe biden became the president of the united states? those presidential news conferences would have the same kind of ratings they had for the finale of mash. because with joe i'den -- biden, you would never -->> my mother father believed that if i wanted to be the president of the united states, i could be. i could be vice president. [ bleep ]. >> his mom lived in long island for ten years or so. god rest her soul and although she's -- your mom is still alive. it's your dad passed. god bless her sole. >> chuck, stand up. let me them see you.
oh, got love you. what am i talking about. >> the man who will be the next president of the united states, barack america. >> you cannot go to a 7-11 or a dunkin' donuts unless you have a slight indian accent. >> i talked to him a few times. >> barack america. >> he's actually really nice and people love -- actually, when he breaks the plain. that was quite a reel right there. over on one of the other channels that you probably don't watch much, according to the ratings at, msnbc, debbie wasserman schultz sat down with chris matthews and chris matthews asked her the question what is the difference between being a democrat and a socialist? you know what? she froze and couldn't answer it. >> what is the difference between a democrat and a
socialist? i used to think there was a big difference. what do you think it is? >> the difference between -- what's the difference between being a democrat and a republican. >> what's the big difference between a democrat and a socialist? you are chairman of the democratic party. tell me the difference between you and the socialist. >> the relevant debate we'll be having against -- what's the difference between a republican and a democrat. >> bernie sanders says i'm a socialist and an independent and i'll caucus with the democrats. >> she couldn't answer because these days there is no difference these people. >> they just decided to change the question. >> she said something about right-wing extremists who are embarrassing the party. let's switch gears. we keep asking why this keeps happening. there was a toddler in hakan sack, new jersey, who was left in a parking lot. when you watch this video, when
the mom comes out of costco, this toddler was soaked. >> you left her in the car. >> sorry. >> no sorry. she could have died! >> okay so that's the cops over in hack end sack, new jersey. apparently, the mother went in, cracked the window and some pass sersby saw it, then aburgen county sheriffs deputy was called and he came in. they rescued the kid. it's been so unbelievably hot and humid is the fact that at first the cop thought maybe she just went in to get one or two things and would dash right out. you know what, she came back with a cart filled with stuff. so she obviously left the kid in the locked car for a long time on a very hot day.
it was at least 80 degrees inside that van and we know that -- >> 80 -- it was 90 something. >> a car can jump, we did a special segment with maria molina where a car can jump to 100 degrees in ten minutes. these toddlers cannot take these temperatures. the two-year-old was so soaked, someone said it looked like someone dumped a buck of water over here. >> rafael rodriguez who was telling the local abc affiliate, said don't cry, she was drenched in sweat. to be holding the officer that well, it's very hard, you know how panicked and she probably was. >> the girl was taken to hackensack region medical center where she was treated. she's been turn over to her father. the mother has been charge with child endangerment and was arrested.
i have no idea why this keeps happening. you probably don't know this if you are not in the humid, it's humid and 94 degrees. why would you think for a second it's okay to leave the kid in the car for a moment is beyond me. >> if you are a parking lot, just look around. look inside the cars when you are walking in, big shopping centers like that, because you never know what you might find in that car. you might save a life. coming up, who are the evangelicals, getting behind this? another republican is pulling ahead. you are going to be surprised who it is. and does this look familiar? >> you never think about our future? >> yes, but i think about what apartment we're going to sleep tomorrow night and dinner and not think about what our children's names are going to be. >> it turns out the perfect argument can make your relationship stronger. did we just hear a fake argument that was actually perfect?
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watch. >> i'm presbyterian. i love god. if i do something wrong, i try to make it right. >> could donald trump appeal to most evangelicals. we thank you for joining us today. so what is it about donald trump that appeals to christians and evangelicals? >> you know, if this were any other election here and any other candidate had said what trump did about not necessarily need to go ask god for forgiveness, that candidate would be toast with evangelicals bits point but i believe this year is different. i believe evangelicals like all americans are so concerned with the downward spiral of this country they are willing to overlook those comments if it means getting a leader who can reverse the status quo, which
ronald reagan says is latin for the mess we're in. rightly or wrongly, many evangelicals believe donald trump can be that leader. >> what is it about him that convinces evangelicals that he can get the job done? >> again, i think it is a dissatisfaction with the status quo and there's absolutely no better illustration than the debacle at planned parenthood. fox has been covering this, bartering for body parts of babies to buy a lamb bore begin -- lack bore gene knee, that's discussing. planned parenthood has been in the federal budget since 1970. that means under republican presidents, under republican congresss, that plan parenthood has gotten billions of dollars to kill millions of babies and i think many evangelicals look at that and they look at republican
and democrats, they say a pox on both of your houses, let's get a leader like donald trump who might be able to do something to change this. >> he recently declared he is pro life. evangelicals, will they show up to vote? will they be at the polls? >> i think if republicans do what they did in 2008, 2012, and nominate a candidate who is not really considered to be truly conservative, i think evangelicals may stay home, but i also think evangelicals are energized in 2016 to be sure there's not a third term of barack obama in hillary clinton or bernie sanders. a lot of these evangelicals believe 2016 may be the last time to reverse the downward spiral of this country that we love so much. >> thank you for your time today. energizing us today. >> thank you. do you remember this guy?
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waving a machete. help yourself, why don't you. this florida robber was caught on camera knocking off a bank. when the clerk handed him the money, he grabbed a lollipop. he was eventually picked up by police. a recent outbreak of legionnaire's in the south bronk has left two dead and 29 others ill. >> the new york city health department testing the air and water and investigating multiple household items as possible sources of the outbreak. how can you protect yourself? joining us right now live in front of the expedia stage is dr. marc siegel. >> we're talking about air conditioner, we're talking about legion necessarily --
legionenlla. it is an air conditioner. it dries out your noise and did you know the moisture in your nose is what keeps you from being infected. the air conditioner dries that out. got to change your filter in your air conditioner and get outside and get moist. >> you got all that moist in a box on a hot day. your bathroom has the most bacteria in your house. your toilet and your bathroom? >> ours personally? >> not yours, personal. >> steve, your bathroom. >> i know the kitchen sink and the kitchen sponge has a lot on it. toilet -- >> fact or i'm going to say fi. >> it is fiction. it's not the your bathroom. it's your kitchen because that kitchen is the food you didn't quite cook, raw chicken in the sink, the bacteria builds up.
you have to get that kitchen cleaned out with bleach every day, the end of the day, you have to wash out our sink. it's not the bathroom. the toilet takes care of itself. the sink needs your help. your cushion and your pillows cause you to have a allergic reaction. >> fact. it's due to dust mites. >> we know about this. >> that was when my grandmother go outside and beat the pillows. is that what we're supposed to do now? >> no, you are supposed to vacuum. remote controls are the most germ-filled parts of the house? >> i won't even touch one if i go to a hotel. >> fact or fiction? >> fact. >> i don't touch remote controls either. >> those alcohol wipes that i use in the doctors office or
bleach, people are kneesing on it. it's got more cold viruses than anything else in the house. hot tubs, are the chemicals in hot tubs, do they keep the water clean? >> they keep the water clean. >> the chemicals in hot tubs work, do they keep the bacteria out? >> he says fact and you say fiction. she's right. it's fiction. >> if it's perfectly maintained, probably the chlorine would kill stuff. >> no, because the water is too hot. >> don't install one. >> if johnny pops in the pool, at least you have the chlorine. when it comes to the hot tub, the problem is the chemicals get deactivated by hot hot it is. >> should kids be in a hot tub?
>> kids should not be in the hot tub or do their business in a pool. when you get out of a hot tub, take a shower. that's key. get rid of the germs that you are seeing in there. take a shower after your hot tub. >> that is a great segment. thank you very much. there's brian. >> straight ahead, up next on the rundown. did you have a fight with your wife last night or did they have a fight with you? stick around. we'll tell you the secret for having a perfect argument. it will change your relationship. everybody knows there's no crying in baseball. apparently this new york met did not get the message. is it okay to weep at short stop? ♪ ♪ ♪ flonase allergy relief, the only otc nasal spray approved to
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are you crying? >> no. >> are you crying? are you crying? there's no crying! there's no crying in baseball! tom hanks as the fictional manager in that famous movie. >> there's no crying in baseball. that we have known for a very long time but apparently they didn't get the word in the dug out at the mets here in new york. >> so the word gets out to wilmer fluoresce who was -- flores who was drafted by the mets, the word is out through social media. he gets the word that he's been traded. he's going to be packaged with another met and sent to the milwaukee brewers. no one told the general manager. so terry collins didn't even know what's going on. sees him all up set. he goes back to the field and is welling up. goes back to the dug out.
the manager sends him out and you see him, he's crying. >> he's crying because going to another town. >> i felt bad knowing that this happened. he's out there, but apparently, according to the rule, you can't cry on the field. >> i imagine when guys traded, they cry. >> but you usually cry at home alone in the locker room. >> not on camera. here's the manager talking about what was going on out there with the waterworks. >> i went down, said, listen, i don't know what's going on, you got a game to play. let's go play baseball. you know, this is part of the business. >> okay, so twitter has lit up and this story is about a day and a half old. twitter said, keys -- kids, wilmer flores says crying will help you get your way. >> he was there since he was 16. this is basically his home of growth. this is bad. >> think about this. he cries and the deal doesn't
happen. it blows up when the person he was going to be traded for has a physical which the mets don't accept. they blow-up the trade. that player goes to another team. they said wilmer -- >> when he was excited to leave, then you feel worse having him on your team, right? if he was happy as he could be, he's crying because he loves it. >> let's put him in his cleats. when is it okay to cry at work? it's televised. i'm confused he didn't get traded after all. when is it okay to cry at work? you can tweet us or facebook us as well. >> we know it could happen to us. we might find out in our ifbs we've been sent to unit i
vision. >> brian, you are fired! . >> we don't know spanish. i took german in high school. >> addios. when is it okay to cry at work? there will be tears of joy when ainsley has her baby. >> oh, that's so true. >> i don't know. it might be pain. >>. let me tell you what you missed while you were sleeping overnight. here are the headlines. pillows designed for nursing mothers are extremely popular as we all know as women, but are now being linked to infant death. a coroner in pennsylvania says three babies died after the pillows were used incorrectly. they are designed to support newborns while a mother is nursing but they are dangerous for sleeping because they can push the baby's head forward and cut off the airway. new babies are reminded the kribs should be empty when
putting their babies to sleep. an iraq war veteran in new york disrespected after a simple trip to the store. an anonymous vet came back to his car and found a hateful note on his windshield. it blasted him for having a purple heart and saying all of you islam-ophobe deserve to die. >> i'm sick to my stomach. >> the sheriffs office is trying to determine if criminal charges could be brought against that cowardly note writer. a 911 dispatcher in albuquerque gets his medical license suspended after hanging up on a call and leaving a teenager to die. >> he didn't like her tone. didn't like her using a bad word, he says you can deal with
it yourself, woman. now the new mexico department of health is holding a hearing to determine if they should not only suspect -- suspend but revoke matthew sanchez's license. his actions might have contributed to a death of a 17-year-old named jaden cha ves silver. he did send an ambulance before hanging up on that caller. remember the guy given a citation for his rocking performance of the national anthem on the fourth of july? ♪ ♪ >> lane pitt man, he was charged with breaching the peace. pitman says taking that deal would mean admitting guilt and he's not going to do that. those are your headlines, my friends. back to you guys. all right. thank you very much. we've all had arguments with
our significant others like this one before. >> never think about our future? >> yes, i think about whose apartment we're going to sleep at tomorrow night and where we're going to have dinner next saturday night and not think about what our children's names are going to be. you know what our children's are going to be? >> i read a book and there was a girl named emily and i thought that might be good. >> what was the book? >> the big book of children's names. >> the perfect argument can actually be good for your relationship. >> joining us right now is relationship expert tracy cox. she joins us from london today. so many couples have arguments all the time. they argue about the same thing over and over and you say one thing that would help them perhaps is if you keep repeating the same argument, tape it. why? >> yeah. record the argument because if
you record the argument number one you are going to be ultra careful to word things exactly the way that you want, and number two, when you play it back, you get to see how you actually are in an argument and most people are shocked because they think i said this and i behaved this way and i was really nice and i didn't do this when in fact they did. it's a really good way to stop those circular arguments that go and go and on. >> just in case something happens -- >> tracy, you have to be in a really -- really trusting relationship to do that. you are going to get into an argument with someone and they might use that against you, that could end up in twitter or a social media outlets. >> yes, it could be used against you. if you are worried about that, then erase it afterwards, after you have done the thing. one of things to be said about arguments, it's not unhealthy to have arguments, you have a good ratio between good times and bad
times, i think psychologist has got it right, you need five good times for one bad time. arguments show you are secure enough to question each other's beliefs and behaviors. >> what are some simple steps we can take? >> number one, make sure that you know what it is you are arguing about. be specific and keep it really simple. what did they do? how did they do it? how did that make you feel? >> don't escalate it. >> don't scplat it -- escalate it. take turns to talk. each of you get uninterrupted times to talk for five minutes. at the end of it, what you need to say is okay i think this is what you've told me and your partner says yep, that's great, you get your turn and if they say, no, no, that's not what i said at all. you keep going with this five-minute process. that really defuses those
five-minute arguments. >> when somebody finds themselves in the loser in the conversation and the argument, wait a minute, this is not going my way, they play the dirty card, they bring up stuff that is out of bounds and suddenly it becomes so personal and it's like the nuclear option, there's no going back from that. >> okay, i think what you do then is you stop the argument. i think you take a 20-minute break. it takes 20 minutes to calm down and get your heart rates down. the thing is some couples just argue and argue and argue. if you are arguing for hours, you get irritated, tired or hungry, you are not going to get anywhere. take a little break. sometimes there is no solution. most couples have one or two things that can he -- they cannot agree on. they never will agree on it. >> you also include most of the time the men are right so we got to go. >> hey. can i have my five minutes of time now? >> take that.
>> i think we are. >> tracy, thank you very much. great advice. thank you for joining us today from london. did you think that was helpful? >> and the time-out, if it's go five minutes. >> imagine having an argument and taping it. >> let's get our blood sugar in order before we start. >> cookies made the world go around. baby starts choking and stops breathing but thanks to one hero in blue, baby is alive and it's all caught on body camera. you will meet that officer and the little baby girl this hour. and who is in charge of drug enforcement? yep, the dea, shouldn't he be an expert on drugs. what he just said about pot and
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when someone inadvertently speaks the truth. unfortunately, he's going to be blamed for this and that's not fair. he's a distinguished public servant, he comes from the fbi, the chief of staff, his expertise is in tax law and counterfinance threat. he's not an expert in drug policy or the intricacies of medicine aspects of marijuana or heroin. i would argue the people who put him in charge, they drove out the long serving administrator, michelle lenheart. i think there's some deliberatecy to move this guy in here. >> his stance is it's not pro marijuana, i'll tell you that. >> good for him. i think we need to recognize you cannot separate out which one is the worst, heroin or marijuana.
it's the wrong question and the wrong way to approach policy. each drug presents its own risk profile. they are both schedule one drugs. heroin is clearly deadly. each episode of use a person can overdose and die. there are 21 times more marijuana users. it causes brain damage. it costs you your i.q. both of them are different drugs with different risks. finally they are used together. you have to address them simultaneously. the gate way effect of marijuana use predicting the likelihood of heroin use and the fact when you lower the norms of disapproval by legalizing -- >> people right now are going to say just because they use pot, i'm not using heroin. you say they go together. it's overwhelming how many people who use pot end up on
heroin. >> the likelihood increases dramatically, if you are an early marijuana user your risk skyrockets. we're currently experiencing an epidemic overdose deaths. >> what did colorado teach us since they legalized it? >> all the promises that were made how to control and regulate legal marijuana have proven to be false. dishonesty. they are smuggling out of colorado and general drug use is rising and the damage is coming along just exactly as we anticipated and feared. there needs to be a stand against this. >> all right. we were talking about the new dea chief, david murray. he actually is an expert in this area. thank you so much for joining
us. >> thank you. 11 minutes before the top of the hour. you know about this story, the dentist kills a lion and he's branded the most hated man in the world. but what about the controversy? where's the coverage there? we'll break it down for you. a baby stops breathing. we'll meet the officer and baby girl next. a key to malaysia air mystery. plane debris washes shore. we'll learn the findings and impact on the investigation. it's a must see real story today at 2:00.
a police officer answers a life-saving call all caught on camera when 22-year-old bexley stopped breathing. her parents called 911, and within minutes a near jumped into action dislodging a coin trapped in her throat, they didn't know that, saving her life. joining us the police officer, tammy and her daughter bexley on the left. yawning just a bit because it's early. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> tammy, what happened so that you had to call the cops? >> my husband and three children were outside swimming in the swimming pool. and i picked up bexley and her twin brother knox. we were going in to take a bath and go down for a nap. well, as i picked her up, she
laid her head down on my shoulder. i looked down at her like you can't be that tired. i looked at her and her eyes just -- she wasn't there. very distant. just kind of glazed over. i tried to sit her down to see if she would stand up. she just couldn't stand up. >> something was the matter. >> at that point -- right -- i noticed her lips were blue. i called for my husband and told him to call 911. he did and dispatch dispatched the call immediately. >> they were there in no time. officer ray, you get there and look into that little baby's eyes. what did you see? >> i saw big blue eyes looking at me. it was almost to the point she didn't have to say anything. she looked at me.
i knew she wanted me to help her. she knew i was there to help her and everything was going to be okay. >> at this point you did not know there was a coin in her throat. what did you do officer? >> i just did what i would do to my kids if something was going on. i tried to get a finger sweep to clear the air way. the the first time she wouldn't let me do it. i was at a bad vantage point. i decided to take her over to the grass and lay her down. i kept telling her you're going to be okay. open your mouth. i was able to get my finger in there and the coin came out. >> you saved the baby's life. tammy, what do you say to him? >> thank you from the bottom of my heart. i know he was sent from heaven to be this that exact spot at the time the call came in. we live probably three-fourths of a mile from the police
department and the fire department. >> it's just great. what a happy ending to this story. bexley and officer, thank you for joining us on this friday. we're glad bexley is great. >> thank you. thank you. >> that is a great story. we'll be right back. thankshow may i help you?s list. i heard i could call angie's list if i needed work done around my house at a fair price. you heard right, just tell us what you need done and we'll find a top rated provider to take care of it. so i could get a faulty light switch fixed? yup! or have a guy refinish my floors? absolutely! or send someone out to groom my pookie?
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progress makers turn their ideas into reality. and the next great idea could be yours. good morning to you. it is friday, july 31st, 2015. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. a sweat-soaked toddler pulled from a hot car in costco while her mom went inside to shop. this is what happened next. >> you left her in the car. no sorry. she could have died. >> we're going to tell you what happened to that mom coming up. and donald trump take to scotland. >> everyone has asked me to be here. the world asked me to be here. i have a big stake in this land. >> right. more from donald trump.
why he thinks he's doing so well. he'll go into the debate number one. pop quiz. what's the difference between a democrat and socialist? don't ask the chairman of the democratic national committee. >> what's the difference between being a democrat and being a republican? >> she kept dodging because she couldn't answer. we'll tell you what we know about that and more on this friday morning live from new york city. it's "fox & friends." ♪ we showed the picture of us because we're going to be the back-up singers at the all american summer concert series.
scotty mccreery takes that stage an hour from now. >> that's right. his single called "southern belle." you'll be first to hear it today. we have the grill and ribs for our friends outside. can't beat that. >> scotty mccreery wins "american idol" goes to college and tours when he can. >> he won as a kid, and we've been watching scotty grow. >> he always had a deep voice though. his voice couldn't get any deeper. >> we're like two to three i'ms his age and his voice is way deep. >> so glad he's here for our concert. >> flash back to 50s. >> i was thinking to happy days. happy days are here today. great program. ainsley joins us with the headline duty. >> that's right. if you live in pennsylvania, you need to listen to this story. a man hunt is underway for an armed and extremely dangerous
man. here's his picture out of pennsylvania. robert chrisman is heroin addict escape add 45 miles from pittsburgh. he's the prime suspect in the murder of a woman inside her house within eyesight of that prison. police think he did know the 55-year-old victim and killed her shortly after his escape. he took off with stolen guns and maroon chevy silverado with this pennsylvania plate. if you see him or know anything, call 911. breaking one hour ago. beijing awarded 2022 olympic games. the chinese capital becomes the first city ever to host the summer and winter games. trouble times two at one of the nation's busiest airports. emergencies on two airplanes. the problems many dallas began when smoke filled the cabin of
the american airlines jet to chicago. passengers were able to escape using emergency slides. three were injured. then a spirit airlines jet caught fire coming from orlando. firefighters put out the flames. passengers were then allowed to exit normally. there's a reason the saying goes once in a blue moon. tonight you can check out the rare lunar event which happens when there's a second full moon in one calendar month. don't let the name fool you. nasa says blue moons aren't always blue. tonight it could be red. your next chance, january 2018. those are your headlines. >> that's pretty cool. >> blue moon. >> sounds different than red moon. >> oh gosh. i'll let scotty sing today. >> blue moon. it would be like that.
>> thank you. looking for donald trump? don't check america. check scotland. donald trump getting more publicity in scotland than most other candidates here in america. >> the trump bump continues. he's competitor to half of what he has now in support. he has no problem explaining that to people in scotland. listen. >> it's been an amazing campaign. it's doing really well. i have to leave here sooner than i anticipated. the campaign itself has been amazing. new polls came out today. we're leading by a lot, number one in the polls. it's been amazing tribute to a lot of people. looking forward to it. everyone has asked me to be here. the world asked me to be here. we have 1,000 acres on the ocean.
it's a spectacular place. >> that's why so many members of the world press showed up in scotland where he owns a big chunk of turf with his golf course. he said he would you mite the world and get along well with vladimir putin. >> he's dealt with vladimir putin before. >> sure. he's over there making headlines. carl who's not a fan says he should not be be there. he should be here going to places people are going to vote. watch. >> that's why we have an election. people come and go. everybody has had their moment thus far. whether or not he's going to hold on to it is determined to substantial extent in the tell vision debate and activities beyond that. he better spend less time in scotland and more in south carolina is, nevada. >> he's number one in the
reuters poll. >> to karl rove's point, donald trump requested permission to take his helicopter he landed there, to take it to iowa state fair. he wanted to give people rides. the iowa state fair said sorry you can't. he was the attraction there in scotland. set to return today. maybe he did indeed hear karl. if he wins the nomination, he could face a socialist. listen to this. she can't tell the difference between her own party and socialist. >> i used to think there was a big difference. what do you think it is? >> a democrat like hillary clinton and -- >> the real question is what's the difference between democrat
and republican. >> what's the difference in democrat and socialist? you're the chairman of the democratic party. tell me the difference. >> the relative debate we'll be having over the course of the campaign is what's the difference in a democrat and republican. >> you can't change the question. that's not the option. >> she couldn't distinguish between the two. that's the problem. she should be able to do that. >> chris matthews said how there used to be a difference. it's a done deal. she couldn't answer it. the inconvenient truth, these days there's no difference between the democratic and socialist party. >> it's astounding a 73-year-old independent socialist is giving hillary clinton a run for her money. it's astounding. >> his message is residence igs it th -- resinating with so many people. in the polls, it shows people
don't trust her. >> why work? >> swift gears now. we have a situation that keeps coming up. we did a seg ment on child safey in a hot car. a costco in new jersey, a mom left a 2-year-old in a car. when they pulled her out, she was soaking wet. one of the witness said it's as if someone poured a bucket of water on the car. the mom returns to the car with a cart full of things she purchased. the cop let her have it. watch. >> no sorry. she could have died. >> yeah, could have died. the shopping cart was full so obviously it wasn't a dash in and grab one or two things. she took her time. she had another small child in
her cart. the girl was taken to medical center and turned over to the father. police arrested the mother and charged her with child endangerment. it looks cloudy and was yesterday in bergen county, new jersey. heat indexes in the 90s. as maria demonstrated last week with how hot it gets inside the car, it's a multiplier effect. the window was apparently cracked an inch. i'm sure the mother thought i cracked the window. the child will be okay. >> that car was 80 degrees on the inside. we explored through maria's experime experiment. 10 minutes more, the car would have been 100 degrees. the officer said this baby could have died. >> i'm curious, someone peeking
in saw the baby or heard it crying? >> she was screaming and screaming. until they got her out, they were concerned. got the baby some water. seems okay. mom is in trouble. curious to see if you look at the mom's background, what else is going on behind closed doors? did she just have a brain lock moments? >> a lot of people think i'm just gone for a minute. next thing you know she's filled the cart, gone for a anne hour. the baby in bad shape. thankfully now she's with the dad. why does it keep happening? coming up, a dentist kills a lion and becomes the most hated man in the world. why aren't more outraged about planned parent hood? turns out there's nothing lucky about it. the winning number appeared on the screen before the drawing. how did that happen?
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expose on planned parenthood talking about exposing selling of organs? they spent more than double the time talking of cecil two days than they have on planned parenthood videos released two weeks ago. joining us media critic, molly. >> great to be here. >> when you put up numbers, the networks are much more in favor of talking about the lion. that is a sad sorry, than the planned parenthood story that happened 17 days ago. what's going on? >> the numbers don't tell half the story. the cecil story is interesting. i'm glad people are interested in unsportsman like killing of this beautiful animal. the extreme difference in passion reporters are putting into this, how much they care about it. you've had people crying on air
about cecil. good we care about b how we treat animals. the media can't decide what an toll cover on planned parenthood even though there are thousands of unanswered questions. >> i think the angle is easy. in the video released yesterday, they were talking about harvesting baby organs of babies essentially born alive, that's in violation of the federal board alive infant protection act. that is simple. you know, it just did doesn't -- i don't get molly why this is not the lead story on every network until something happens. >> right. this is a domestic story, a story clearly widespread. there's lots of questions about what kinds of laws are broken. even the laws governing the trading of human organs, there
are lots of questions about how much money you're allowed to make off of it. we're learning this is a huge trade people had no clue about. there are so many things people would love to hear about if media would show the interest people have about this widespread story. >> sure. these videos have revealed -- in the video yesterday, it reveal ed if we call it research we won't get in so much trouble n. antiabortion states, someone is going to find out and blow the lid off this place. >> right. some of the interesting things in the video was the doctor saying it's another boy or it's baby. it's weird to hear people say that. how to characterize what they're doing to avoid public interest in the harvest of organs is interesting too. >> it is interesting. the networks aren't touching the story for whatever reason.
they're doing the lion thing. you see people mobilizing, very passionate about the lion and not about these babies. >> right. it took no time for the networks to rush to demonize the man involved with this unsportsmanlike killing. he's had to shut his business down. the trail of planned parent hood is if they're the victim of this. people care about animals and care about b babies many of the same reasons. media can't figure out which to cover. >> they're both stories. the coverage on the lion seems lopsided. thank you molly. >> join us online. why do you think it is media is covering that story, the lion story, so much more than planned parent hood? e-mail us. the war on terror is getting
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the vice spokesperson said it's peculation now. george h.w. bush iv is having a sense of humor after falling and breaking his neck earlier this month. he tweeted this picture and said who knew jumping out of a plane would be less dangerous than getting out of bed. that's it for what's happening in d.c. >> what an incredible man. thank you for. that. he won over hearts and minds of america on "american idol" and since gone from from 17-year-old song writer to country music super star. you are all excited to see him. scotty mccreery on "fox & friends." >> thank you. good to be here. >> you're going to be featured entertainer today on the expedia summer concert series. here's thing. you're taking the summer off, timeout from college.
explain what's going on. >> we're really busy. i'm making a new record now. we've got a single i'm going to debut today. we're touring with rascal flat this is summer. it's a balance at once. >> you're working on a new album. have you thought about -- we've got brian and elisabeth ask and i -- looking for a backup singer. we're not going to dance. scotty, let's talk about you the performer. you make it, win "american idol." everyone is pfocused on you. so many stars that make it early go the wrong direction. brittaney spears and so many others. why were you able to keep feet to the ground and be so much norm snl. >> just trying to be me, having
fun. i'm lucky guy to be able to sing for a living, travel the country. i keep friends and family close. they don't let me get big-headed. they snap me down to earth if i do. >> who do you look the to if you need sharpening or want to get better? your go-to? >> i've got a bunch of people. my college friends are the ones music gets in gear towards on the radio. i've got my producer back in nashville. he's a great song guy. we write a lot together. travis hill writing with me on the road. song writers and all kinds of folks. >> you pointed at your tour bus. >> yeah. >> this is a lot different life than five years ago. what's the coolest thing about being scotty mccreery? >> oh wow. coolest thing, one i get to sing for lovely fans like these people out here today. >> who got up at 6:00 in the morning. >> i love seeing that.
i get to tour with rascal flats, brad paisley. i grew up singing their songs. i got to go to super bowl and couple of sporting events, world series. i'm a sports guy too. >> fun. >> tell us one thing on your tour bus people would not expect. >> a kazoo is always handy. might have that. on the tour bus -- shoot -- >> games? >> that's one thing we have. >> how have you developed as an artist? what do you now know in your 20s you didn't know when you won idol? >> i look back at videos and cringe sometimes. so young and fresh. i'm still learning, tryings to be a sponge out here. trying to learn how to work i a crowd and write a good song. hopefully we're getting there. i like to think we're doing okay. i've still got a long ways to go
and looking to grow. >> 30 minutes from now on this stage, you're going to kick off the all american concert summer series. ladies and gentlemen, round of applause for scotty mcccreery. up next, did you have a fight with your significant other last night? >> we'll tell you how to win them and how to have a problem and don't go to bed mad. it's national dog day. >> how do you know which kind of dog is best for your family? we're going to figure that out for you and maybe find you one to take home to the kids. what do you think about that? ♪ ♪ benny's the oldest dog in the shelter.
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♪ >> that is a crowd out there just waking up. it's going to be wild when scotty takes the stage in a short time. >> and debuts his song "southern belle" they're waiting on our plaza for the summer series concert. >> he'll be back at 8:00 eastern time. meanwhile, in the last hour, we had a segment so many responded to. we wanted to talk more about it. tracey is a relationship expert and contributor at daily mail.com. she knows those in significant relations argue. what she suggests is a number of
steps to make sure that when you do argue -- because she says that's healthy, airs your dirty laundry -- you're able to do it effectively. the thing you should do is actually video tape your argument. why? listen. >> record the argument because if you record the argument, number one, you're going to be ultra careful to word things exactly the way you want. number two, when you play it back, you see how you are in an argument. make sure you know what it is you're arguing about. be specific and keep it really simple. use a five minute clock. one of your set your alarm five minutes. put the phone away. each get uninterrupted time to talk five minutes. sometimes there's no solution. couples have one or two things they'll never agree on.
you have to work around them. >> i've arranged a three camera shoot tonight. i'm going to have a live truck. >> you're going to have an argument with your wife tonight? >> you never know. >> it's friday. friday night fight. >> who's taking joan's side with me? >> if we're having an argument don't wait for me to finish. listen to what i have to say. that's the key. >> no interrupting. we asked you what you thought. susan wrote us this. my husband and i write letters to each other about why we're angry and read out loud to each other. that's a healthy relationship. one says i just say "yes dear" and order flowers. this has worked the past years. >> you're absolutely right. >> and the older i get, what i thought were big things are
really small and not worth arguing about. >> another thing she says is limit yourself to one particular problem per argument. >> that's right. >> don't make a laundry. >> today we'll talk about this. >> no digging in the pocket. >> remember that time you -- >> i'm not convinced fighting is ever good. >> it leads to resolution. >> right. >> you don't wanting to angry your whole life. >> i feel better now. let's shake. >> if there's a problem -- >> we have to get it out. >> the alternative is getting divorce. you've got to talk it through. >> what about storming out? >> too many people do that. >> you going to storm out? >> no. >> good. ainsley is here. she doesn't want to lose you now. >> no, i don't brian. we don't want to lose you. thank you so much. here's what you missed when you were sleeping overnight. budget cuts putting our security at risk. the u.s. will no longer have an aircraft carrier the in the
persian gulf for the first siti since 2007. the aircraft will pull out in october. it will hurt our capabilities in that region. an airline passenger is suing saying he has permanent back injury because he had to sit next to an overweight passenger. he was flying from uae to sydney four years ago. he said he was forced to twist his body constantly in the 14 hour flight to avoid the obese person sitting next to him. the airline is vowing to fight that $160,000 lawsuit. coincidence or corruption? outrage in serbia after the weekly winning lottery number appeared on the screen before it was drawn. yep. you can see number 21 displayed on the screen. the yellow ball is popped up and picked. the head of the country's lotto commission has resign add mid that scandal.
those are headlines. we'll toss it over to o'brien. yes brian? >> can't believe the lottery anymore? >> can't believe the lottery anymore. maria, take it away. we just came outside. we're out here with dogs up for adoption. 3.9 million dogs are born each year. less than half are actually adopted. we have a veterinarian dr. heather with us this morning to explain what to look for when we head to a shelter. there's steps we can take before we go to the shelter to adopt a dog? >> absolutely. first think about what kind of desire do we have. a lap dog, go hunting with the dog? have that in mind. think about the demeanor for your dog. do you want a really laid back dog or a lot of spunk? be careful if you want somebody spunky. that dog may have aggression issues. pet them on the head. see if they stiffen up or get
worried. these are totally loving and wonderful. check for diseases. diarrhea staining under tail or feet, crusty eyes and nose. these things don't mean give up on the dog, they mean extra care. >> you know on the front end? >> exactly. >> we talk about national mud day. we want to get dogs homes. once you determine what dog is right for you, how do you determine what things you need at home to bring the pup home? >> we need to make sure they feel comfortable and safe. the first i love is a good kennel. this is made in the united states from a company in south dakota. this is very durable. it's made of one piece, easy to clean. a lot of dogs once in the kennel for a while like to be in there as a safe place to be i like the kennel blends in with decor.
it's not like a metal crate. it can be tough to walk dogs. this is a head collar. it actually controls the dog by their head. people are like it's a muzzle. it's not a muzzle. it's like a bridle for a horse. you can control them this way. makes it so they don't pull f. they're more fun for you to walk, you're going to walk them more often. they'll be more fun to deal with because they'll be tired. >> the next thing is getting toys like a puzzle? >> exactly. this is my dog's favorite toy. this is a puddle treat. i put his breakfast in there. put kibble or treats. as they push it around, food walls out. i'm going to show you other treats i found. you can find something held hi. these are called dogs love cale.
they have cale in hem. lots of antioxidants, things to keep coats nice and healthy. this dog loves her "dogs love cale." >> it's shaped like hearts. >> adorable. we hope all these dogs find home now on national mud day. >> tomorrow is dog day. there's no adoption fee over at north shores. >> we'll turn over to guys and get puppy loving out there. >> thank you ladies. puppies and anchors as well as the expert. 20 minutes before the top of the hour. this illegal immigrant released by feds in ohio went on a crime spree. they claim their hands are tied. what can we do to stop this from
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nobody better to talk about this than the governor of ohio. this must sicken you. >> brian, it's a terrible, terrible story. it all gets back to the fact we've been so dysfunctional in washington we can't get the border fixed. >> they told sheriffs they knew who he was, knew he was here illegal, but can't pick him up. there's a wink and nod for people here illegally. we're going to take care of you. border protection feels they have their hands tied. >> i don't understand why the border folks didn't come take this guy into custody. he was detained, not arrested, as a suspicious person. when they call there had, the border patrol should have high tailed over will there to deal with this situation. brian, look, part of the problem is we have 12 million people here. we have an open border. we still don't know everybody
who's here. what we have is an inability of congress to get together with the president and actually do something to secure the border. >> i know our time is short. i want to move on. we talked before you were announced. you didn't know what was going happen in the polls. you're confident in your resume. the poll has you in top 10. what would it mean for you to be on that stage? >> hopefully we'll be on the stage. there's no life and death in politics. you do the best you can. we're like a little engine you can. one of the reasons i haven't had the national ideas, i didn't take care of myself. we'll see. >> there's no question about it, donald trump, whatever he's done, he's got the double digit lead in some cases. he says he thinks he'll be attacked.
>> i'm not targeting anybody. i need to let people know many the short time i have if i make it, who i'm for and who i am. frankly, it gets boring, doesn't it? >> you compromised in government. how would you rate the republican house and senate, how they worked together and how they've worked since they've been together? >> it's become largely dysfunctional in that town. it needs to be fixed. the president can be part of that solution. look, at the end of the day, you have to get things done. you have to solve problems. you know, we've got to be grown-ups this business and not have temper tantrums. >> that's true. some say he had a temper tantrum. do you not want to see that, a republican senate going after a lead senator. >> i think when we fight internally and fight between the parties it's hard to protect border, fix entitlements, rebuild military. everybody gets frustrated and
had strong views. i respect that, but at the end of the day, no one can have it all their way. life doesn't work that way. we shouldn't think it should work that way in politics. >> governor, thanks for your time. going to be an exciting week. i know you've had an exciting week. i appreciate it. >> thank you. and we'll see if he ends up on the stage come thursday. i think he will. tom cruise back in high flying action. is this the best yet? kevin reviews and will talk to us next.
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>> open the door. >> i'm trying. oh my god. >> the other door. >> could this be the best "mission impossible" yet to come? fox news contributor kevin mccarthy joining us now. i believe he has the answer. hi kevin. >> hey. good morning elisabeth. yeah, that scene you saw is absolutely mind blowing. he did that stunt eight times. he's only held on by a harness. they had a camera attached to the plane while he took off over 100 miles per hour and went 3,000 feet in the air. they digitally removed the wind later. there was a guy standing next to him in the door way giving him hand signals. if a bird or anything came towards him, it could have killed him. they did it eight times, over and over. they kept doing that. here's the motorcycle stunt.
trained and learned to hold his breath six minutes. he's 53 years old. who else is doing action practically like tom cruise? >> when you see how much he wraps himself around his films, you understand why when you hear what you told us. you say it's so action-packed it's an adrenaline rush to come. is that because there isn't a ton of cgi? >> yeah, a lot of practical effects. you're dealing with actors actual doing sequence. here's tom cruise commenting on the plane scene. check this out. >> they said we could do it. we had to go through and get engineering plans and agreements just to put the camera on the airplane. obviously if something happens with the aircraft, it had to be able to sustain g force so the camera wouldn't kill me. >> that's incredible. >> absolutely insane.
the movie itself is fifth in the franchise. they've made over $2 billion with the first four films. it's directed by christopher who won the nominee. it's a great action movie but has characters you care about. that scene you see with the plane is not the best scene in the film. there's an underwater scene. i'm talking action scenes that will blow your mind. i've seen it twice now. i highly recommend if you're an action fan. i give it four and a half out of five. you don't need to see the other four to watch it. it's a stand-alone. if you saw the fourth one where he's walking on the building, that was really him a mile and a half in the air. i heard reports he actually fired his insurance company so he could do that stunt. it's insane what he's doing with these action movies.
>> is he impressed with how much knowledge you have of his film base? >> i think so. growing up "top gun" films like "vanilla sky." he's best in dramatic comedy actors. he's the best keeping that going. "edge of tomorrow" i highly recommend. this weekend, "vacation," "mission impossible" is better than that. "vacation" one out of five. skip that. it's one of the worst movies of the year. >> i was going to go. now maybe i'll see "mission impossible" instead. thanks for being on. we'll see you next time. >> check me out on twitter. thank you to everyone. >> i follow him. he doesn't lie about films. he know what is he's talking about. coming up, it's happened
again. a toddler trapped inside a hot car. she was pulled out in time to save her life. where was her mom? then, remember this? >> i am paying for this microphone. >> wow. coming up, we look at the best primary debate moments from the past. you are not going to want to miss them here on "fox & friends." creeping up on you... fight back with relief so smooth... ...it's fast. tums smoothies starts dissolving the instant it touches your tongue ...and neutralizes stomach acid a♪ tum, tum tum tum. smoothies! only from tums.
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charges that that mom is now facing coming your way. >> oh man. meanwhile, is vice presiden the white house? could clinton campaign get pushed to the brink? you know how some go after younger guys like "the graduate"? it could hurt you at home. here's questions posed here on "fox & friends" because mornings are better with us. >> yes. ♪
you're looking live at today's featured entertainer, expedia all american concert series. it's scotty mccreery. >> he's going to have his national television debut on "fox & friends" of his single "southern belle." everybody is ready for that. it's coming up here on our plaza. >> that's part of the reason the lights a lines are wrapped around the place. it's a slow arriving crowd. they're packing in. >> he'll be out there in a short time. >> he could be talking about you ainsley, southern belle. >> only here you can walk outside and get a free concert. >> go to foxandfriends.com/concert and hear the whole song and more this hour. >> that's exactly right. thanks steve. let's talk about what you missed while sleeping in headline this is morning. this is a fox news alert. he was in jail for a non violent crime but escaped and now wanted
for murder. here's his picture. the man hunt underway now in pennsylvania for this guy, robert. he's armed, dangerous, walked out of the jail 45 miles from pittsburgh. police say he's the prime suspect in the murder of a 55-year-old woman within eyesight of the prison. he took off with stolen guns and maroon chevy silverado. pennsylvania plates. if you recognize that, call 911. this just in, was the missing malaysia airlines plane deliberately taken down? a report finds someone inside the plane's cockpit took the plane off course with the intention to take it down. that report based on satellite data with air traffic control. we now know beijing china
be getting the bid for 2022 olympics. the capital becomes the first ever to host summer and winter olympics. you know how older women sometimes like to go after younger guys? >> mrs. robinson, you're trying to seduce me. >> turns out they have a better chance of landing a top job. there's a survey that finds one in two women dating younger men have the roles. those types of women are more assertive. the same survey says you could die earlier because of stress in that relationship. >> are both going to die early? the younger and woman -- >> just the woman. then he's going to get married to someone who's even younger. >> we've got good news and bad
news. >> i married someone younger and thought i'm going to get old, and he's going to take care of me. >> does that make you a cougar? >> i'm a pumba because i'm under 40. >> i think i would be too other. >> by the way, your husband, 19. >> just over the age, right? that's not true brian. >> i've never heard of a puma. >> that's what i like to go with. >> i just heard a cheetah. quick and agile. now speculation the vice president may jump into the presidential race. a clinton aid says they aren't nervous. should they be? >> we are joined live from washington with the latest. kristin at the white house. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the possibility of vice president running against hillary clinton has always been on the table. now this rumor has new legs. here's why.
a top democratic source told our fox news ed henry that a top clinton aid was spotted -- spotted joe biden's chief of staff having breakfast with major democratic fund-raiser. he confirmed the breakfast did take place but stressed it was a personal meeting and their old friends. in a phone interview, he said quote, i'm not planning anything adding hillary clinton is our candidate now. the breakfast is fuelling some suspicion that biden is gauging whether he can raise enough cash to take on front runner as formidable as the former secretary of state hillary clint clinton. the biden family is going through a difficult time now. any speculation act the views of the vice president or his family about the political future is premature and inappropriate. the first caucus, iowa caucus, still more than six months away. biden has plenty of time.
he certainly has the name recognition. the question is going to be, can he raise enough cash to beat a clinton? other i should point out we have reporting in from ed henry. he says a clinton aid has disagreed with the notion they are nervous. they told fox there has not been change or new focus on biden. there you have it. we've done the best we can do. we report, you decide. >> that's the way it works. thank you very much. despite what the clinton aid told ed henry, they should be nervous. according to the poll that came out yesterday, in that, hillary clinton trails jeb bush 42 to 41. she is beaten by jeb bush. joe biden, when you factor him in, he actually beats bush by one point. so joe biden could be, if he wanted the job, a formidable opponent. >> we know hillary clinton
change of tactics now, she's taking questions. >> she's not answering things. she's saying words but not answering questions. >> that may i be true. there's a sense in her camp things have to change. she's changing what she's doing. >> when donald trump has gone off script. the contrast between the two. we saw in the polls he had 25% of supporters. he is in scotland now. he had no problem sharing with everyone there how well his campaign is doing. >> been amazing campaign, doing really well. i'll unfortunately have to leave here sooner than i anticipated. campaign has been amazing. new poll came out. reuters we're leading in the polls. it's been amazing. everyone has asked me to do here. the tour, the world asked me to
be here. i have a great piece of land, 1,000 acres on the ocean. it's spectacular. >> it is spectacular. i went years ago. donald trump is doing well. we had chris christie on the other day. he does not want to talk about donald trump. he wants to talk about the presidential debate a week from last night. here he is with bill o'reilly. >> it depends on what anybody says on that stage that night as to how i'm going to react and what i'm going to do. in the end, i'm going to talk about my vision for the future and what i'll do as president of the united states. here's what people know about me. when i say i'm going to do something, i do it. when i say i won't, i won't. >> right now he's on the bobble to get the top ten. it's going to be intriguing. you could shine with bill and martha in the other debate that
night. >> plenty of tient opportunitie coming up. it kicks off next thursday. yesterday afternoon in new jersey where i live, i can tell you it was hot and humid. what was a woman thinking where she went to costco, where my wife and i do our shopping, where she locked her toddler inside? she went shopping for a whole cart's worth. when she came out, she discovered the sheriff was there, wanted to know what she had done. they pried the door open, saved the child's life potentially. here's the cop giving the mother a piece of their mind. >> you left her in the car. no sorry. she could have died. >> absolutely. she could have died. that car was 80 degrees according to the sheriff's office. we know a car temperature can
jump 20 degrees in ten minutes. a 2-year-old girl was soaked as if someone dumped a bucket of water over her head. she was turned over to her father after being taken to the medical center. the mom was arrested and released following that. her life was saved by the person that noticed her. >> the window was open that much. people heard her screaming and looked in. hey, there's a kid trapped in there. let's call the cops. they did. >> another moment for police, men and women many blue. 11 minutes after the hour. remember this heated moment? >> turn that mic off. >> i'm paying for this microphone. >> larry is looking back at the most memorable debates in our history and what they reveal. it's important to know especially before next week's
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here we go. six days in the gop presidential conditions will finally share the stage for the first primary debate of 2016. right here on the fox news channel. let's revisit some of history's most memorable debate moments we like to go to and revisit. joining me, director of uva center for politics. dr. larry sabido. thanks for joining us. i know you're buzzed about this more than most. you want to set the stage for 1980, reagan and bush. >> yes. this is the kind of classic debate moment we'll look for next thursday night. it was ronald reagan versus george h.w. bush in 1980. reagan was on the ropes, just lost iowa to george hw bush.
reagan came into new hampshire, wanted a forum. george bush thought this was just between reagan and bush. four other republican candidates showed up. reagan insisted they be included can and said, i paid for this microphone. he had paid for it. bush refused to let them in. bush looked like a poor sport. reagan won new hampshire and presidency. >> let's revisit that moment. >> i am paying for this microphone. >> wow. who was he talking to? >> he was talking to the moderator. there was a moderator there, mr. green. he was talking to the moderator about turning the mics on so other candidates could be included. they were standing right behind reagan and bush. it was a giant moment for ronald reagan that turned things
around. >> you see john anderson leaving in the background. you don't have to look too far back to remember this. 2011. we had him on our show yesterday. governor rick perry. >> three agencies of government when i get there that are gone. commerce, education -- and what's the third one there? let's see -- i can't. the third one, i can't. sorry. oops. >> what did that mean? >> well, of course it's embarrassing. those of us that never forget anything i think can be critical of it. essential lyric perry was already on the decline. he had ruined his candidacy with pro illegal immigrant comments before this. this was the final straw when he couldn't remember the third agency he wanted to eliminate in the federal government.
>> finally, walter against gary hark. he hark-- gary hart. >> where's the beef? >> where's the beef to gary hart. what was the significance of that? >> this was classic old versus new. future versus past. gary had been talking about new ideas and high technology in the future. he was a young dashing senator. walter mondale, having lost new hampshire in a landslide turned to hart and said new ideas you're talking about, where's the beef? that was the wonderful line from a wendy's ham buburger commerci. it's too bad you're not playing it now. people would get a kick out of
it. >> ronald reagan made the age comment that shouldn't be held against him. dr., always great to look back. we another two hours to go over the significant moments. i'm sure we'll get to them next thursday on fox. >> thank you briechblt. co-- thank you brian. he wears a mask and carrying a ma ch a machete. and he feels something in the water. it was a little girl. how he saved her life. we have him and her mom next. first, here's scotty mccreery. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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this is one story you're not going to want to miss. a summer day at the lake turning into one two families will never forget. a good samaritan saving a 4-year-old girl nearly from drowning. the dramatic rescue transforming strangers into near family. the little girl with her mom there. angelo, what happened this day? >> a miracle, bottom line. i was in the right place at the right time. the stories you all read, i was waste deep in water. i felt a foreign object underneath the water. felt fleshy to me which scared me at first. i kind of creeped out. curiosity got the best of me, or divine intervention. took me back to investigate what i just kicked. i gave a back kick to swirl up
the sand. saw baby girl's pete. immediately sprung into action. thank god the right people were on the beach. thank god for putting me in the right place at the right time. >> angelo, when you pulled her out of the water, was she conscious at the time? >> no, ma'am. she was unconscious, not breathing, blue around the lips. she was unresponsive. >> emma, i can't imagine being a mom and getting a call this is happening. you found out that way. then on monday, you all met at the hospital, first time you really got to see lolli alive and well due to the incredible rescue. what was it like to look in the eyes, the man that saved your baby? >> it was a very emotional moment. to see this person. i thank god he was there. that he put him there at that
time. it's truly a miracle. i thank god and thank him. i'm thankful my daughter is here. >> without a doubt. what a beautiful little girl. is she healthy now? does she have effect from being unkos unconscious in the lake and having to be revived? >> she's doing great, doing wonderful. you can't tell she went through that. it's honestly a miracle. >> you have a survivor spirit. >> if you could feel one of her hugs, you'd understand how much of a miracle it is. she's full strength. it's amazing. >> i'm sure she didn't want to stop hugging you in that moment. what would you like to do today? >> i set up a go fund me page.
www.go fund me.com/live forlali. we're taking donations to purchase life vests and hand them out. you can also go locally here to fort collins, colorado. drop off life vests in fort collins. >> this is because lali at the time did not have a life vest on at her time of drowning, correct? >> yes. absolutely. that's the main reason. it could have been prevented that way. absolutely. >> it's so thoughtful. here you are such a hero now. lalis you're such a sweet girl. angelo, incredible work. emma, thank you for being here sharing with us today on "fox & friend friends". we'll get life vests your way. viewers will step up. >> thanks for having us.
>> thank you guys very very much. thanks to god as well is. >> amen. wow. still ahead, did you have a fight with your wife last night? tell the truth. then stick around. we'll tell you the secret to having the perfect arguing. you just have to video tape it. and there's no crying in baseball. >> are you crying? are you cry? there's no crying. will there's no crying in baseball. >> well apparently one guy didn't get the message. e-mails are pouring in on this baseball story ahead. we're going to read them coming up. first, here's more from scotty mccreery. here's "water tower town." ♪ ♪
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that is a beautiful graphic. did you notice it had a crescent moon? >> yep. >> tonight it's that kind of moon people sing about, right? >> yeah, it is. >> blue moon. >> sounds different than red moon. >> oh gosh. i'll let scotty sing today. >> blue moon. >> it would sound just like weather. >> his voice is much lower. tonight, check out the rare blue moon which happens when there's a second full moon in one calendar month. >> we have the real blue moon playing now. >> admiral moment for you to put
yourself on the line like that. >> i loved your duet with ainsley a moment ago. >> i like that. >> don't let the name fool you. nasa says blue moons aren't always blood. they can be red. the next chance 2017. >> i had the singoff with ainsley earhardt. >>s that my kind of music. i was born in the wrong era. >> she's singing for two. >> have you seen "jersey boys"? >> i thought you sounded great ainsley. >> i don't know about that. let me tell you what you missed while sleeping. environmental protestors going to great lengths to stop a drilling shell operation. activists dangling from a bridge in portland to keep that ship from leaving the port. some of them were even wearing
adult diapers. kayakers also joining in on that protest. one kayaker getting run over by a police boat. then they were escape quickly rescued. a judge ruling green peace will be fined per hour if that protest continues. a police officer answering a life saving call. it's caught on his body camera. >> that a girl. that a girl. >> wow. 22-month-old bexley topped breathing. her mother called 911. within minutes, patrick ray jump into action dislodging a coin trapped the in her throat. he did save her life. they joined us earlier on "fox & friends." >> i did what i thought i would do to my kids if something was going on. i tried to get a finger sweep
and clear her air way. >> thank you from the bottom of my heart. i know he was sent from heaven to be in that exact spot. >> mom says she is so fortunate to live close to the police department. they live three quarters of a mile away. do you want to tick off your neighbors? do this. try parking a small plane in your drive way. a long island man cannot fly due to health problems. he moved the plane to his house to avoid storage fees. brian, you live here right? are you the guy that complained? >> i complain about the station wagon but not the plane. >> the town gave the owner a ticket and threatening a new summons every week it's parked there. the pilot argues it's no different than keeping a boat in a driveway. turns out, there is crying in baseball.
the short stop shed tears because he thought he was traded. fans in the stands thought he was going. he heard the rumor. he's been with the mets since he was 16 years old. good news is will there is month trad -- is no trade. he is staying with the mets. >> i set i don't know what is going on. we've got a game to play. this is part of business. >> mets blame social media for getting ahead of those facts. >> good coach. gets your head back in the game. >> he had no idea why he was crying. that's why he kept sending him out. >> you don't see professional ballplayers crying -- >> enough -- >> i love that it means something to him. right ainsley? >> we asked you if it's ever okay to cry at work? ron on facebook says nothing wrong with his reaction.
fans should be honored he wants to stay. >> they are. they gave him a turning ovation n. john says never. we are turning into a bunch of whimps. never cry. >> another says it's okay to cry at work. >> here's what's got me crying. the mets were two strikes from a victory and blew it and had two rain delays. that was it. i was crying. they were once one game from charles krauthammer's nationals. whatever you do, don't take frustration out on your wife when you go home. tracey cox, relationship expert and contributor at daily mail.com joined us earlier and told us if you're going to fight
with your partner, significant other, there's a perfect way to start it. set up the cell phone in the corner and hit video. watch. >> record the offer. . if you record the argument, number one, you're going to be ultra careful to word things exactly the way you want. number two, when you play it back, you get to see how you are in an argument. make sure you know what it is you're arguing about. be specific and keep it really simple. use the five minute clock. one of you set your alarm five minutes. each of you get uninterrupted time to talk five minutes. sometimes there's no solution. most couples have one or two things they can never agree on. you have to learn how to work around them. >> you know what would be great. take the argument and put it on twitter or facebook and let everyone comment on your argument, who you think won and
who was wrong. >> i don't think it's up to the world to predict your personal life. we asked you. oh, have you been e-mails us. bobby said i won't argue. life is too short. if she starts to get on me about something mundane, i go fishing. when i come back, it's all good. >> one wrote after 62 years of marriage, i've found a good relationship. communication, as little as possible. don't tell my life. >> that's lack of communication. no listening. >> and one says i talk, my husband listens. after 30 years of marriage, he's learned i'm always right. >> i don't think normal people plan an argument. who's going to stop in the middle of an argument to set up recording on a phone. >> beverly says why would i do that, record it. the argument is usually bad enough the first time.
good point. why replay it? >> that could get sticky. thanks for writing us. >> absolutely. as we have said many times on this program, the ultimate secret to happy marriage, for the man to say, yes dear. >> unless you're right. >> which is never. >> which hasn't happened. >> no dear. >> we love your e-mails on that. next up, are you sick? don't call out. peter johnson jr. said there are cases you should still go to work when not feeling great. he's here's next. first, more from scotty mccreery. he's a really good singer. want proof? ♪ ♪ ♪ do you suffer from constipation or irregularity? trust dulcolax® for dependable relief. try free at dulcolaxoffers.com dulcolax® tablets are comfort coated for gentle, overnight relief.
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welcome outside. scotty mccreery in a moment. right now, give it up for peter johnson jr. sometimes in life there are really tough questions. we may not know the correct thing to do. >> there are big dilemmas. what should we do? we'll ask each other and ask america. question one. we have bill and linda and their family this morning. my supervisor has a particularly exciting social life. he leaves his computer on for all to see. i figured out his pass word. i'm told work e-mail is not employee's property. i'm tempted to read it. what should i do? >> look the other way. >> good answer. not everyone look at all. >> is that the correct answer? look the other way. >> what does philadelphia say this morning? >> it's karen be i the way. if it was on my shoulders to do
it the other way, i would want it private. >> close your computer. hello. >> the answer is mind your own business. >> okay. >> i'll tell you why. it's the communication act. you can go to jail, frequently prison. question two, karen. my work partner i may lose his family home because of medical bills from his sick little girl. i'm in charges of inventory, and he asked if i would turn my back so some of the surplus inventory could mysteriously disappear. what should i do? >> i think -- i would assume his work place would want to help more than he could steal. i offer solutions to use friends and family than the little bit you could steal. >> that's a good answer.
>> i agree. do some kind of fundraising or something else. >> organize a fund-raiser. >>, the final question. i have a dangerous flu, and the doctor says it's still contagious. i have a work deadline to meet and if i don't go into work, it would mean loss of a contract or even layoffs. what should i do? >> warn everybody in e-mail. have a mask to protect myself and them. they could make their own decision. >> interesting. federal and state law, there's regard with giving someone an infectious degree. you can go to jail in extreme cases. i say the answer is, go to work and tell the others to stay home. keep that contract. keep the jobs for that company.
>> great peter johnson jr. good answers to tough questions. all right. we're going to step side in just a moment, scotty mccreery will take the stage for the expedia all american concert series for this network television debut of his new hit. for the meantime, let's check in with martha. >> happy friday. there's a lot of buzz today about joe biden. is there anything to it? ed henry will weigh in on that. the government takes action against the kill over cecil the lion. when it comes to planned parenthood, they say there's no will there necessarily. and new details on flight 370 that may point to an intention intentional act. we'll see you here in america's newsroom next here at the top of the hour. when you travel,
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last year on this stage we had this young man, scotty mcceery. he did a song, called, you remember? >> feeling it. >> you know what this thanks to all of you he wound up with this gold record we would like to present to him! [cheers and applause] >> thank you very much. thank you all. >> how cool is that? >> we'll cool. we'll see. >> i don't know if you caught it at our camera, you said, what do you think? you really don't know? it's a brand new song. what was it like singing that. >> it is pretty wild, man. pretty cool. we see the thing in studio and starting out to play it on live tv for a great pack of fans. it is pretty cool. [cheers and applause] >> what did you think? did you love it? [cheers and applause] >> when is the website if people want to know where you're going? >> scottymcceery.com.
facebook, instagram. >> download his music from itunes. we need to get him a razor. he needs to shave. >> he is just feeling it with the beard right now. >> everybody, so long. martha: great show this morning, nice. get ready for more hillary clinton emails. they're about to be released. the last bunch has more than 4,000 pages. brand new on this, is word that emails and server handled information that came to and from several intelligence agencies. good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum, here in "america's newsroom." >> happy friday to you at home. i'm leland vittert in for bill hemmer. while we wait for the emails democratic sources are telling fox news that the clinton campaign is concerned it could face new competition from vice president joe biden but a clinton campaign source is pushing back. ed henry is live in miami where the hillary clinton campaign will hold an event. we'll get to