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when a coast guard helicopter forces to make an emergency landing. finally look at this the, cop in michigan gets an unlucky duty of rescuing a confusing skunk from a yogurt cup. he approaches and snatches that cup, he does avoid getting sprayed. amazing. well now time to start fox and friends, we'll see you tomorrow, bye. good morning to you, it is monday, august 3rd, i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. memphis manhunt expanding for a cop killer on the run. >> please, please, hurry up. >> what complex are you, man? are you on the north side or closer to the street? >> summer lane, 48 summer lane. >> what we know about the suspect's criminal past coming your way. couple days away from the first republican debate, and donald trump is still surging the polls while other candidates
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are fighting to get on the stage. >> this is an individual who has extraordinary celebrity, i'm not going to be quiet. i'll challenge donald trump. >> to what? who's going to make it to the stage in cleveland? that's the big question. >> own debate. >> nascar pit crew nearly plowed down, watch this. >> how long they can run. >> it sounded like brad, maybe, oh, just hit a crew member, this is a disastrous stop for brad keselowski. >> what happened to the wheel? keeps rolling. crews running for their life. >> wheel of cheese. "fox and friends" begins right now. ♪ well, today curt the cyber
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guy, he's calling in a boat. there is now an app where you can call in a boat in seconds. plus we're going to have all sorts of technology that floats because we are in the dog days of summer, it is hot outside, if you're smart, you would be in water. >> okay, whatever floats your boat to say the least. >> kurt floats our boat. and we're fighting off the back to school stuff, that's right around the corner. >> seen the stores? back to school this and that. denialed me to morning. >> i love the staples ad. ♪ it's the most wonderful time ♪ and the dad is so happy that the kids are going back to school. >> anyway, you got another week or two in some cases before the kids go back to school. maybe a month if you're lucky. >> start sharpening the pencils. also today is the monday before the thursday debate, and clayton in store. >> good morning clayton, all of you at home today. we're beginning with a fox news alert for you.
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the hunt for a cop killer is on. memphis police now expanding the search for this man, after officer sean bolton was gunned down on the job. brand new information now emerging about the fateful moments leading to his death. >> ainsley earhart is live with the latest, good morning, ainsley. >> good morning, thank you. the gunman should be considered armed and dangerous. 29 yeerd tramaine wilbourn is wanted for first-degree murder after officer sean bolten was gunned down saturday night. a 911 call showing the desperate moments after that shooting. >> please, please, hurry up. >> what complex are you man? are you north side, or closer to the street. >> summer lane. he's shot. >> memphis police say officer bolten interrupted a drug deal. he walked up to an illegal parked car, the man skrufled with the officer and shot him multiple times before fleeing.
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>> when you look at this individual, you're looking at a coward. he's a coward. you gunned down, you murdered a police officer, and left him two grams of marijuana. >> officer bolten was a veteran of the u.s. marines and was with the memphis police department for nearly five years. the u.s. marshal service is now getting involved. offering a $10,000 reward for wilbourn's arrest. steve, elisabeth, clayton. >> terrible, thank you for that. now good morning to heather noward who has more headlines at home. >> hope y'all had a great weekend. couple headlines right now. this is a fox news alert. a brand new drone danger to tell you about this morning. terrifying moments on board a small plane after the pilot is forced to take a sharp turn to avied hitting a drone. it was a piper pa28, it was
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flying in south new jersey at the time. this is just the latest in a string of recent incidents we told you about this a lot recently. three others near misses, happened near jfk airport in the past few days. just yesterday, there was a shuttle america pilot who spotted a drone near the plane's left side while coming in for a landing from virginia. two more incidents happened on friday. the faa is investigating. well some extreme weather in the midwest causing a freak accident, one man dead, dozens injured when a tent collapsed at a crowd. people tried to seek shelter from a fast-approaching hailstorm when the tent blew off its pegs and slammed down, take a look. >> we were just getting off a ride, and then it was hail. and so, we were really, really afraid. and then the tent blew off into the sky. and then the fence blew off, then there was everybody on the floor and screaming and crying. i saw one of my friends on the floor. her whole arm right here was
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cut. >> well the man who was killed is identified as 35-year-old steven minsic. 15 people taken to the hospital, three in critical condition. police canceled another festival that was planned for tomorrow out of respect to the man who died. suspicious photos on a sailor's cell phone could land him 20 years in prison. kristian saucier is accused of taking top secret pictures. the ten-year veteran admits the phone was his, but denies taking pictures of control panels, reactor compartments and radar that showed the submarine's location. he was arrested back in may, but just indicted. he pleaded not guilty. and did you see this one over the weekend? terrifying moments at a nascar race when a pit crew is plowed down by their own driver. >> how long they can run. >> and it sounded like brad maybe didn't -- oh, he just hit
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a crew member, this is a disastrous stop for brad keselowski. >> well brad keselowski was pulling in his ford for a pit stop when leaning in the window's ten, leading, rather in a window's 10 race, this is in poconos, he slid right through, forcing his crew to jump for their lives. amazingly though, no one on that team was hurt. they immediately went to work to get him back into the race. he ultimately placed 30th, luckily, no one seriously injured in that one. and those are your headlines. >> nimble guys. >> they sure are. >> holy cow. >> all right. all right. tomorrow at 5:00 p.m., kwigt time for the polls. >> it is. >> what is going to happen is fox news will determine the top ten people in the republican side who's got the highest polling, according to five national poll averages. there was a poll that came out yesterday from the wall street
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journal and made clear who the top four or so are. the big question is, who else is going to be -- >> large field right now, right now donald trump is a top pick at 19% in this poll for the margin of error of about 6%. scott walker, 15%, and jeb bush taking 14%. you know, june, jeb bush had the lead in a similar poll right now. can you see these numbers, they are neck and neck getting closer to trump. he has a strong lead. >> we know who's on top. he's right on the bubble. >> going to make it? >> will your campaign continue if you don't get into this debate? governor rick perry of florida says he'll continue despite whether he gets on the stage. governor kasich of ohio, governor perry not holding back, throwing punches at donald trump. donald trump also saying look, i know i'm doing attacking, i've been the one that's been attacked first by these guys. listen to donald and governor perry. >> every attack was a counterpunch.
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they attacked me first and i hit them back and maybe harder, but the fact is i've been attacked pretty viciously by some of those guys, and i have a lot of respect for numerous people on the stage. i will tell you, i have great respect for the people on the stable. i have been attacked and counterpunched. . i didn't start it. >> this is an individual who has extraordinary celebrity, i'm not going to be quiet, chris, when donald trump shoots a bullet through john mccain, and hits veterans, particularly those that have been captured. i'll challenge donald trump. >> will he have the chance is the question? average will be taken tomorrow and perhaps governor perry listen on stage with the top ten with the chance to debate. he's coming today at 7:00 a.m. to discuss many a hot topics for you at home. >> if you've got a question for donald trump, e-mail us, tweet us, or facebook us. meanwhile, you've been watching what's unfolding down in tennessee.
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aftermath in the chattanooga shooting. reports that a hero really, lieutenant commander tim white was at this, he just recently moved to chattanooga with tennessee with his family. he's a commander. there he is. he apparently, we now learned, and he confirmed it the knoxville free press over the weekend pulled out his firearm to stop the man who fired on marines and sailors and killed them. held out his firearm to protect his fellow marines and sailors, now word is he may be charged. >> that's right. >> not saying they will drop charges or clear him as of yet leading to a lot of confusion and people saying, where is the common sense? this is a father of six. he did the heroic thing, pulled out his weapon according to comrades, the navy quickly responded to the concerns over lack of common sense in is this issue saying this, on facebook, stories of navy personnel being charged are not true. there's still a long way to go in reviewing the facts of this
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tragic incident. but at this time, we can confirm no service member has been charged with an offense. now that doesn't say he's not going to be. >> exactly. >> just said right there, they're reviewing it. what is there to review? here is a guy -- and clayton, you're right, he's a hero. trying to fight off a muslim terrorist who was shooting up the place, and killed five people. this is one of the problems with these gun-free zones. if nobody has guns there, except some guy who gets in, next thing you know something like would happen. and this guy was actually trying to save lives. he took out a terrorist. >> the pentagon right now, the pentagon is actually reviewing this case right now. and the policy overall. the pentagon's reviewing the policy on whether these soft stations can actually have, our military members armed in order to defend themselves. if that is the case then, why would they still be contemplating whether this man should be charged as a person in
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our military who defended his own. >> he walked in there with a handgun and assault rifle. and that was what these four, they were just sitting ducks four marines and one sailor, and lieutenant white as well. >> apparently he could be charged with illegally discharging a firearm on federal property. that would be the charge. the problem is with these gun-free zones in our military installations, don't we trust these men and women with guns? >> yeah. as of right now one the pentagon prohibits any personnel from carrying personal weapons while on duty, but we know many of them still carry, particularly now because they're going to be faced as soft targets by terrorists. one on one. man to man. and when this man pulled out a gun to do what he was trained to do, he is now not cleared by the navy. >> to steve's point, yet. yet. but they're still reviewing. let us know what you think. send us an e-mail, we'll read them later in the show. coming up, more on the officer gunned down at a traffic
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stop in memphis. this is a third time in four years president of the memphis police association's going to join us live with a message for his city coming up next. this video gives him goose bumps. >> knock, knock. hello? >> well imagine if that was your home. a homeowner catches his own burglar with his smart phone, he is going to join us live with the incredible story. ♪
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fox news alert, the hunt is on for 29-year-old tramaine wilbourn. wanted for first-degree murder in the murder of a memphis police officer over the weekend during a routine traffic stop. >> 33-year-old officer sean bolton was shot several times during a struggle with wilbourn after he interrupted an apparent drug deal, later died at the hospital. >> bolton is the third officer killed in memphis in the past four years. joining us is the president of the memphis police association. >> good morning, how are you? >> we're troubled by this story about what's going on in memphis. would you say in the last year
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since we have seen all the protests across the country, do you think the officers not only in memphis, but across the country are more hesitant to do their job because they're afraid something, you know, they've going to be accused of something that may or may not happen? >> well, i think that's definitely having an impact on the reaction of officers, but i think it's having an impact on the reaction of citizenry as well. because i think they know that officers are being challenged that they are more want a to become a little bit more aggressive. and that also tends to lead officers to back up a little bit because you don't want to be perceived as overly zealous or racist, you're coming under more scrutiny. >> of course, you served 16 years in the department there. you knew officer bolt nl, what can you tell -- bolton, what can you tell us about him? >> officer bolton was a marine, he served over in iraq, he loved being a marine, he loved being a police officer, he loved giving
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back to his community, and you know, he really loved doing his job. and it's so unfortunate that after an individual who has served this country and came back to serve his community and he had to end his life in such a tragic manner. >> absolutely. i understand, mr. williams, you are asking people not only in memphis, but across the country, and the world, to pray for your city, why? >> yes. well, because -- like you said, we've had three officers killed in the line of duty in the last four years, but we've had additional officers that have been shot. we had upward of possibly close to ten officers that have been shot, we just been blessed that they haven't been killed. so this tuesday at 3:00, we're asking citizens, city employees, clergy, politicians, to assemble in front of city hall and we to want have a peace and unity
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prayer. no agendas, no speeches, just the city coming together to say that enough is enough. you know, you have all of these different groups saying black lives matter, police lives matter, all lives matter. so in order for us to fix a situation in the city of memphis, i'm just a true believer that we all have to come together and fix this. >> that's a strong message that you're hearing from the president of the police association, michael williams, you certainly will have our prayers and we wish your area well. >> thank you so much. >> all right. now this, coming up, she never went to class, didn't turn in homework, and skipped a final, why was she allowed to graduate? hear her teacher's defense, straight ahead. and the video gives him goose bumps. >> hello? hello? >> the homeowner catchings his own burglar with his smart phone. he joins us life with the incredible story, next. vo: today's the day.
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crowds. 170,000 will be given out. so people can see the pope in philly. all right. clayton. >> thanks, steve. imagine coming home late at night, strange car in the driveway, and lights on in your house. what do you do? first thing a utah man did was grab his smart phone. >> knock, knock. hello? brian? >> yeah, that's a woman walking through our next guest's front door. he doesn't know her, but she acts like she knows him. brian ways is attributing his smart phone for capturing this. >> good to see you. >> you pulled up and saw this car in your driveway. that's not my car, what's going on here and you grab your smart phone, what did you see when you launched it? >> i grabbed it, i saw this, this lady i've never seen saying, hello, hello.
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and this isn't right. >> this is not right. >> you have an iphone app and a lot of people think of old security systems in the house, and adt and open the door. this the new frontier. been testing these recently, canary, drop cam recent by bought by nest. you're using the nest cam, how does this work? >> so it actually looks like this, brought one with me. so all you do is set it up, it takes less than a minute. hook it up to your wi-fi, and it registers into your network and you have a log-in, and you can check it from anywhere. >> so you got a notification that someone was in your house, is that right? >> yes. but in this scenario, i turned it off at 6:00 p.m. because i'm normally home from work, but i -- so, i got home and i checked when, you know, it was a weird situation. >> yeah, you saw that she was
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inside the house. it actually records events, right, so you can actually see recorded events. it's not going to record the whole day, but if it sees someone walking into a sun porch -- >> it does record the whole day. >> okay. >> but you can click the activity feed to see when there was motion or sound. >> so, what happened? you didn't go in the house when you saw her in the house, did you call the police? what happened next? >> so i called my roommate to make sure it wasn't one of his friend or anything, but he's out of town. but i thought it had to be one of our friends there. so i was going to go in, and he said no, no, no, call the cops. you know. do the right thing. >> and who was it? did you know her? >> never seen her in my life. >> and did you end up confronting her? >> once she was arrested, i was kind of creeped out. she was staring at me. making weird noises. >> making weird noises.
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she's been arrested. what have police told you about her? >> she wouldn't tell them the right information, she was lying. she had broken her ankle maybe, said her boyfriend ran over her. >> huh. >> she said that she'd been in the house before. >> that's creepy. >> in the past. >> very creepy. >> thanks to your smart phone and a nest cam, he managed to catch this woman breaking into your house. thanks for joining us, thanks, brian. >> yeah. coming up here on the show, tourist thought she was doing the right thing when she turned over her gun to enter the 9/11 memorial. why did she end up behind bars? >> was this you in high school? >> i'm in a club. >> if that's you, you might be wert off than all the cool kids in class. we'll discuss that, coming up. but first, happy birthday to singer tony bennett, he's 89
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that if you have fewer friends of the opposite sex, your grades will be better, and by a whole grade point, at least anywhere between half a grade point and full grade point, and if you have more friends of the opposite sex, your grades actually suffer. friends of the opposite sex drag down your scores, do you believe it? coming out of california. >> do tunnel? >> i do believe it. >> exactly. listen, given what this research has found, ting mai think it ma sense. you would be distracted, you would be paying attention to them, relationship, or wait a minute, she's cheating on me, whatever that was. >> exactly, i could never concentrate on cheerleading day which was every friday day. cheerleading day when the girls wear the outfits, i couldn't concentrate, all day. >> so your test on friday -- >> no, give me a test on a friday, i would have failed that. >> maybe this is the reason why, you know, same-sex schools are
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so powerful and people are saying, look, they're not distracted by the opposite sex and grades are higher. >> some actually opting for single sex education. this is coming out of the university of southern california by one professor there. what do you think about it? let us know. >> i think it's worth it. i think it's worth the half a grade to socialize with people of the other sex. >> i'd rather go from a b to a c, as long as the ladies were around. let us know. all right. heather, were you in school with a lot of boys? >> yep, a lot of boys, but also went to women's college. i like both. >> she got a 4.0 also. >> hardly. all right. good morning, good morning to you all. few headlines. 34 minutes past the hour. explosions rocking two separate churches in new mexico and terrifying worshippers there. happening within 20 minutes of one another, and a few miles apart in albuquerque. the first was set off in a mailbox at salivary baptist
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shaking the building while worshippers waited for the service to begin. the next one was in a trash can outside holy cross catholic church. no one was hurt, the fbi is now investigating to find out if those blasts are related. well devastating news this morning for a family and a kansas community. nine-year-old bat boy was hit in the head by a player's practice swing has now died. liberal, kansas, that's the town, is now in mourning this morning about the loss of kaiser carlisle, he's a bat boy for the local amateur team, the bjs. he was wearing a helmet at the time of the an accident. an umpired also a paramedic treated him until an ambulance arrive. our prayers go to them this morning. tourists is arrested for turning her legal guns to security there. elizabeth enderly is a mother and marine corps veteran from texas. she didn't know that it was not
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recognized in new york. she was arrested when she asked security where she could store two pistols, oh my. friends traveling with her were shocked by the loss saying husbanding said don't let them leave without their guns. others have been arrested in the past. guilt-ridden teenager from new york pens and open letter saying that she received her high school diploma, even though she failed a required class. well now, her teacher at william cullen brian high school says there is tremendous pressure just to make sure her kids graduate. she says it's easier to pass students rather than to face the stigma of being a bad teacher. that student, melissa maya feels like her diploma is undeserved. the school not commenting on that matter just yet. let's head outside with a look at our weather today, hi there. hi there and hello at home. today we're tracking a lot of weather early this morning, we
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have storms that are producing some localized severe weather across parts of the midwest, and they are going to be on the move. eventually hitting parts of new england, mid-atlantic, and down into parts of plains. widespread area today. that is looking at that risk for severe weather out there. the threat for large hail, damaging wind gusts, and isolated tornados will be possible, and that's why it'll continue into tomorrow across parts of the east coast and across parts of the plains. now big story across west central florida has been ongoing flooding. there's reports of more than a foot of rain over the last several days and that continues today yet again, we have the frontal boundary bringing in tropical moisture there. tampa with flooding, quick look at current temperatures, already toasty across parts of the plains. temperatures in the 80s, it's going to reach the triple digits by later this afternoon in places like dallas and del rio, otherwise the east coast into the 90s as well from new york city down into parts of georgia. now let's head over to steve,
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elisabeth, and also clayton. >> thank you, maria. time for news out of hollywood this morning. mission impossible rogue nation cruising to the top of the box office. >> that's right. vice president marketing president here with all of our pop culture. >> good morning. >> good morning to you. >> stom back, returning to the to the franchise mission impossible, this is the fifth installment of the franchise, ranking an impressive $56 million at the box office this week to take the number one spot. >> is he doing that? >> he is actually doing that. he did all the stunts himself. >> unbelievable. >> incredible. second highest opening for the mission films since the mission impossible two in 2000, and it's tom cruise's third biggest opening of all time, right behind, can you guess which movie? >> "far and away." >> god no. >> minions. >> oh. >> forgot about that one. >> that was scary.
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>> little scary. when they took out bayon, i head the out of there. >> may have competition at the box office this weekend, "fantastic four" premiers. first family of model going back to decades either the tv series or movie. the latest reboot stars miles taylor, keith marrow, michael b. jordan and katie bell. an article claims when it comes to the fantastic four, hollywood can't get it right. can the next generation live up to the hype? i caught up with the cast yesterday and they explained what we can see. >> people command so much from these movies these days in terms of spectacle and experience, it's not just the access, i think it's the studios feel it and the writers feel it. you know, but i think ultimately, we're both coming from the same place. and i think at the end of the day, we both want a good movie experience. >> find out if the movie gets it right this time.
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fantastic four opens up this friday. >> you were working yesterday. >> i was working. >> watching movies. >> all day. and you may have bat dad, the man who's at pear ego turn him into an internet sensation, let's check it out. >> how do you like my hair? >> dear god. this is the most important thing you will ever learn. sienna, sienna, princess -- >> yes. >> what are you making? >> obsessed with the videos, blake wilson, and says it started with a 10 dlarts mask and few videos. skilling his kids on life's hard lessons. best $10 he's ever spent and continues to be bat dad until it's no longer fun. check out his hilarious videos, facebook, twitter, instagram, and vine. if you can't find me later, i'll be watching bat dad videos all day. >> he'll be help informal teen
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years. >> yeah. >> he's talking in the christian bale voice. >> great voice. >> is the mom robin? >> the mom has a lot of credit and patience. >> superhero in her own right. >> thank you, michael. >> good stuff. coming up, debbie wasserman schulz doesn't know the difference between a socialist and democrat, apparently. >> relevant debate we'll be having over the course of this campaign is what's the difference between the democrat and republican. >> no, no, no, is that question so hard for her to answer? no. >> shouldn't be. then we have your summer gadget that floats and you can get a boat in seconds. kurt the cyber guy is with us next. >> uber for boats? >> yeah. >> we have one right here. >> i just ordered a boat and it showed up. all you need is water now. ♪ you owned your car for four years.
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ever wonder what the difference is between a democrat and a socialist? well, you better now ask the head of the democratic national committee. >> what's the big difference between a democrat and socialist? you're a chairman, tell me the difference between you and the socialist. >> the relevant debate we'll be having over the course of this campaign is what's the difference between a democrat and a republican. >> so, she didn't know the answer, then, but then she got a second chance yesterday to answer the question. >> can you explain the difference? >> you know, chuck, it's always fun to be interviewed by chris matthews, and i know that he enjoys that banter, the important distinction we're going to be discussing in this campaign is the difference between democrats and republicans. >> but that wasn't the question, and why didn't she answer the question? let's talk to fox news contributor and editor in chief
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of redstate.com. eric ericson, good morning. >> good morning. >> there is a difference between a socialist and a democrat, isn't there? >> there used to be. i don't know that there is anymore. it's a relevant question because bernie sanders has been an open socialist in the u.s. senate, but he's running as a democrat for president. so there is a difference, but i don't know that there is a difference anymore. >> do you think the reason she was reluctant and just kept deflecting was because she didn't want to anger bernie's 10% oar whatever he's got? >> i think so. most americans don't really care for open socialists, and she can't say well, there's no difference between us and the socialists anymore. >> because. >> there is no difference between them. democrats used to maintain a distinction with capitalism, and they supported capitalism, now it's more governments should control means and ends of production which is more socialist than the democratic party that they are. >> it does seem to many like the line between democrat and
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socialist, given the way the democratic party has progressed, it's invisible now. >> deeply free markets, socialists are. >> all right. all right. we worked on that. now let's talk a little bit about this. the day after the debate, this coming friday, you're going to host a special festivity with ten of the people on the republican side that'd like to be president. where? >> this will be our seventh year, we've invited most of the can'ts, chris christie, rick perry, ted cruz, marco rubio, you name it, they'll be there. >> and what do you hope to accomplish? >> you know, we know all the punch lines about barack obama and hillary clinton. i'm interested to ask these guys and hear them say what the country will look like after four years of them. when they run in 2020 if they're elected, what's your vision for the country? we don't need the red meat, what should the country look like after four years of you. >> what have you thought about the campaign thus far? in the last three, four, five weeks, it's about donald trump. he has really changed the
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dynamic of this particular race. >> yeah, and trying to respond to him, rick perry found this good footing if of attacking donald trump based on his record. the other scrambles, some marching to the beat of their own drummer. >> trump has taken all the oxygen out of the room. they have struggled to find traction. >> what about rick perry, how he responded? he challenged donald trump to a pullup contest, we had rick perry on the other day, and said how many can you do? and he said, well more than he can. >> you know, it was definitely a clever line if trump is going to bash him, it works. >> it seems to be working, more people on the republican side seem to identify with mr. trump's message today than anybody else. >> yeah, well, you know, republicans hate the republican party. >> well, you've got a big festivity coming up friday, eric, thank you very much, nice to see you live here in the studio. all right. coming up, speaking of donald trump, he is here live, will he
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take the gloves off for the debate on thursday? we're going to ask him at the top of the hour. i was thinking of heading to the pool later, does anyone know where i can get gadgets that float? hey kurt, do you know where i can get gadgets that float? >> uh, anywhere you want, baby. we're out here, steve, elisabeth and i have everything to get wet if you want to keep it light. how about that? plus how to go for a ride in a boat for under $100. >> fantastic, over. "fox and friends" back after this. we need a cleanup on aisle two. ♪ hey america,
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summertime fun wouldn't be complete without spending time in the water or the woods. great gadgets that are waterproof because they actually float. kurt, the cyber guy, joins us. good morning, kurt. >> i'm about to go to hawaii. i naturally love to be in the water, especially during the summertime, whether i'm down at the beach, off the coast in florida. everything you can drop in the water offshore. it's going to float. >> what a relief. >> water relief -- what a relief. take a look at the camera. this is pretty cool. take it on vacation with you. it take great pictures.
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this is the floating camera from jvce no problem with that. >> as a mom i'm like -- >> get that out of the water! >> big -- bag of rice. >> it's going to remain waterproof and float to the surface if you drp it accidentally in the water. >> this retails for about $400? >> $400. >> these are amazing. >> great when you're on vacation, out on the water, at the beach or whatever. you say i'm ready for the bloody mary. >> fantastic radar detector, hd cams but all their products are rugged like these walkie talkies from them as well. >> so true, clayton. so true. 37-mile range on this. >> it starts raining, all kinds of weather. they can handle it. >> they can take a dunking in
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the water, no problem. this is a good sound out of this, monster superstar back float speaker. goes for 170 bucks. blue tooth. connected to my iphone right now. access to any smart phone. really gets great sound out of this, right? it will sort of come back to life. >> that's $170. >> $170 for that. floats in the pool nrkts bathtub. smart thing right now is to be safe with your kids. this is called the munch kin. a little toy that you can use to your existing tub. on the bottom is the trick here. this is the technology. right now it's cold water. it's cold right here. it's blue. >> if the water is too hot this would switch to a white dot. >> with the word hot. >> when it's blue -- >> it's good for. >> you good for you, exactly.
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good morning to you. today is monday, august 3rd. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. all-out manhunt for a cold-blooded cop killer on the run from police. >> please, please hurry up. >> what complex are you man? are you on the north side or closer to the street? >> summer lane. 48 summer lane. he's shot. >> officer is shot. >> what we know about the suspect and his criminal past. tough talk helped him soar to the top of the polls. now donald trump is taking a different approach at this week's presidential debate. here live to explain his
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strategy in mere moments. we've been talking about this. what's the difference between a democrat and a socialist? debbie wasserman schultz gets a chance to answer the question. this time, things get awkward. actually, just like the first time. thanks for joining us this hour. it's "fox & friends." ♪ >> sleep during the show. it will be good. >> this is a bigger thing to have in front of us. >> on a morning show, we spend more time in bed -- we, as humans do -- than any other place in our house. so you've got to make sure you have the right kind of mattress. they always say, well, spend at least 20 minutes in it before you buy it. who does that?
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>> and which one of the early birds is going to fall asleep first on that mattress? >> this guy. >> heather nauert is here with a look at our headlines. good morning, heather. >> couple of things to tell you about. manhunt for a cop killer is growing in memphis. 29-year-old tremaine wilburn. officer sean bolton was gunned down sunday night. they say it likely happen during a drug deal. >> you murder, gun down a police officer for less than two grams of marijuana. >> see how emotional he was there. there is now a $10,000 reward for information leading to wilburn's arrest. more on that hunt in just a little bit. a man is killed and dozens
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more injured when a tent collapses on a crowd at a chicago-area festival. people scrambling to shelter from a fast-moving hail storm when that tent flew offity pegs and slammed down. >> we were just getting off a ride and then it was hail so we were really, really afraid. and then the tent flew off into the sky and then the fence flew off and there was everybody on the floor. and you heard screaming and crying. i saw one of my friends on the floor. her whole arm right here was cut. >> the man who died was identified as 35-year-old stephen nincek. three people are still in critical condition. police canceled another festival planned for tomorrow out of respect. shocked when the word "pig" is written on their taco bell order. the worker responsible for it has now been fired by the company. the couple in kansas ordered five tacos to go.
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they found that message when they opened up their bag. this picture was shared online t went viral and sparked a whole lot of outrage. taco bell now apologizing for that employee's headlines. see you in 30 minutes. >> they're small, by the way. >> mini tacos. heather, thanks. >> five in one sitting. debate week on thursday night. we'll have the debate on fox news channel. and the guy leading the polls, all of them right now, is donald trump. he joins us live on the phone. good morning to you, mr. trump. >> good morning. >> first of all, are you nervous? is it true you're not actually preparing for the debate? >> well, i'm not nervous and i would say i am preparing. i'm reading everything. i don't have pollsters telling me what to say. a lot of these folks have pollsters giving them quips and little kills for trump. go give him this line that, line. they've got it memorized. i don't believe in that.
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it's a not me and it's really not them either they pay a lot of money for these people. i guess that's what they're going to be doing, according to what all of the pundits are saying. >> donald, do you ever get nervous? >> i get nervous. you have to be a little bit nervous. the great athletes are always a little bit nervous. if you're not nervous, you're going to be flat. >> sure. >> so certainly i'm a little bit nervous but i look forward to it at at same time. i think i know the subject matters. there's a lot of matters. we're talking about a lot of different things. >> absolutely. >> i think i know them well. let's see what happens. >> when you look at the recent polls you have a steady hold at the top spot there right now. some are criticizing the fact that you don't have policy proposals. what would be -- if you were to become commander in chief what would be your first line of business, your first executive word? >> many. i want to build up the military so nobody messes with us, bring it back to where it was at the height because we're in such
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trouble. i would absolutely repeal and replace obamacare. we would make a strong border where people are pouring through where, as you remember, i took tremendous heat. you folks covered it. you were about as nice as anybody could have been to me but it was tough in that first week. everybody is now saying i'm right. i was apologized to by various people who covered it. they apologized because i turned out to be right with kate and all the terrible things that happened since i told people what was going on at the border. illegal immigration is a big, big thing. taking care of our vets, to me, is very important. there's so many things. look, the country is a mess. and there's so many things that we could do. >> i know that over the weekend somebody asked you about the potential for vice president or people in your cabinet. it's way too early to talk about that. but you are from the business world, donald trump. you know, some of the titans of industry. if you were president, would you enlist some of your fellow titans of industry to help you
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out with some of the troubling problems facing this country? >> well, certainly in the administration, i would. i think maybe for a vp, you want to go political because, you know, to have two business people maybe that's a little bit much. but certainly, steve, within the administration, i would put people in. as an example for negotiation against china, i have people that are so good that they would -- china will be -- believe me, it won't be the same. they're just draining us. they're taking our money. >> these are business leaders? >> oh, yes. they would not be political people. these would be business people. japan. you know, they send millions of cars to the united states. we get nothing. we have to restructure that whole thing because they're making a fortune and we're getting the short shaft. so, you know, it's a whole big thing that i would be doing. and i would certainly use the best business people, the best negotiators in the world. because we have the best negotiators in the world. we don't use them.
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we use political hacks and people that don't have any talent. >> speculation, donald, this weekend about whether or not joe biden, speaking of vice presidents, would throw his hat into the ring and also word that hillary clinton is just in a huge ad buy. we saw the first ads of the season. who would you rather go up against, hillary or joe biden? do you think biden stands a chance? >> i think that he may very well get in play. she's doing so badly. i think her e-mail problem is a much bigger problem than people are talking about. general petraeus was destroyed for doing much less. much less. what he did was peanuts compared to what she has done. he was destroyed. it's very sad what happened to him. she's in big trouble, i think, with e-mail. i'm not sure she's going to be able to last f you had honorable prosecutors, this would have already taken place but the prosecutors are all democrats. it's a little bit strange what's going on. >> who would be tougher to beat, though? >> i think that it doesn't --
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i'm not even fous focused on th. hillary was the worst secretary of state in this country. i think she was very vulnerable. she's very beatable yochlt think she's very beatable by a lot of people running. my first concept and my first focus is to focus on the people we have. right now you have a total of 17 of them. that's where my thought process is, other than i'm talking about constantly the bad job that the president is doing. the horrible job he is doing with the military, with the vets, which is scandalous what's happening at the veterans administration with so many things. health care say disaster. obamacare is a disaster and it doesn't kick in until 2016, really kick in until '16. people aren't talking about it much right now but it's a bomb waiting to explode. >> hillary versus joe biden information, the story this morning is that it sounds like is he 90% in. it sounds like he's going to do
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it. let me ask you this, donald trump. imagine what kind of choice is barack obama going to have to make on who he would support? >> right. >> go back to the 2012 supposedly president obama made a deal with bill clinton, okay, listen. you help campaign for me and i'll help hillary. fast forward to today, if joe biden, his sitting vice president says, hey, boss, i could use your help, what's barack obama going to do? >> it's going to be a tough position for him. assuming he supports anybody and maybe behind the scenes he will support biden. biden has been loyal to obama. loyal to a fault because so many of the things have been so bad. but he has been very loyal to obama. and i think if he was going to be forced to support somebody, everybody says the word is that he just doesn't like the clintons. and i don't know if that's true or not true. but in theory, he does not like hillary and he does not like the clintons. so you would think if he was going to be forced he may very
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well go with biden. we'll have to see what happens. i don't know how effective biden is going to be. he has his own problems. >> that's one problem in the democratic party. the other may be that their spokesperson, debbie wasserman schultz, after being asked what's the difference between democrats and socialists -- what's the difference between your artery and socialism, she couldn't answer. she was asked again. watch. >> can you explain the difference? >> it's always fun to be interviewed by chris matthews and i know he enjoys that banter. the important distinction i think we'll be discussing, i'm confident we'll be discussing in this campaign is the difference between democrats and republicans. >> no straight talk there. >> she's a terrible spokesperson. i watched that and thought it was terrible. i thought her performance was terrible. i really think she is not a good spokesperson for whoever she is represented. frankly, you know, i hope she stays in that position. assuming i get it -- assuming i
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win i hope she stays in that position. she is so bad at representing the views of the democrats that it's absolutely incredible. >> is reince preibus a good spokesperson for the republicans? >> i was at the top of the list, they loved me very much. maybe the love dissipated when i said i'm running because i don't want to be establishment. i don't want to be a politician, all talk, no action. i want to get things done. over the last week or so we've develop aid very good relationship. he is a good man. i've known him for a long time. he's trying to do the right thing. we have developed a very good relationship. >> at the debate this thursday, if someone throws a punch, how strong will your counter punch be? >> well, it will be a counter punch. who knows how strong it will be. you don't know what they're going to throw. again, they have their pollsters telling them exactly what to do. there's one theory that they
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won't throw -- they're going to talk about policy, which i would prefer. i would prefer discussing the issues, illegal immigration, veterans being treated so badly or so many other things. the military. we have to build up our military. and so many other things. i would rather discuss that. i don't know what's coming. some of them may be -- they're pretty low in the polls. by hitting trump maybe they figure it will bring them up. i have absolutely no idea. i've never debate d before. that's all these guys do. they debate. they don't do anything but they debate. every night they go on a debate with somebody. i haven't done that. i will do that and look forward to it actually. >> we'll be watching thursday night on fox. donald trump joining us on monday like the old days. thank you very much. >> thank you very much. coming up, more on the manhunt for a cop killer who gunned down a hero officer and former marine. 911 calls just release this had morning in a live report next.
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all over the city after officer sean bolton gunned down on the job. >> new details emerging about the fateful moments before his death. >> memphis police are saying that gunman should be considered armed and dangerous. 29-year-old tremaine wilburn is wanted for first-degree murder after officer sean bolton was gunned down. a civilian ran to that officer and used his radio to call 911. here is that desperate call. >> please, please hurry up. >> what complex are you at? north side or closer to the street? >> summer lane. 48 summer lane. he's shot. >> officer is shot. >> officer bolton likely interrupted a drug deal, approaching that illegally parked car when the suspect got out of the passenger seat and attacked him.
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bolton was shot multiple times, the suspect fleeing the scene. >> he literally destroyed a family. look at the impact that's had on department, this community, this city for less than two grams of marijuana. a misdemeanor citation and a fine. >> officer bolton was a veteran of the u.s. marines, serving a tour of duty in iraq, and was with the memphis police department for nearly five years. u.s. marshal service is getting involved in this hunt offering a $10,000 reward for wilburn's arrest. if you see this guy call 911. this is the fourth time in four years that a memphis police officer was killed in the line of duty. >> condolences are pouring in all over the country. dallas pd and white station high school, where the officer went. >> director of police in memphis, who we just saw hold up
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that mug shot, when he did that yesterday he said when you look at this individual you're looking at a coward. he is a coward, the direct f police, mr. armstrong, said yesterday. more news on "fox "fox & friends", including this. donald trump says there's no question black voters would support him in a bid for the white house. and she felt something in her bed in the middle of the night. an intruder between the sheets? the brave woman, you're going to meet her, who fought back. >> i've got to hear this. this allergy season,
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help. steve? >> thanks, clayton. donald trump slamming president obama for letting down the black community. >> because i think that he has set a very poor standard. i think that he has set a very low bar and i think it's a shame for the african-american people. by the way, he has done nothing for african-americans. you look at what's gone on with their income levels. you look at what's gone on with their youth. i thought he would be a great cheerleader for this country. i thought he would do a fabulous job for the african-american citizens of this country. he has done nothing. they are worse now than just about ever. >> for reaction, kevin jackson, the executive director of the black sphere. and author of "race pumping." good morning, kevin. >> good morning, steve. >> what do you think about what trump had to say?
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>> he nailed it. he has sort of a way of making what's the obvious resonate. it's not political speak but truly an observational thing that a lot of americans feel, including many on the left and particularly blacks. he is speaking the truth. if you look at the wall street versus main street, wall street completely winning in this battle. if you look at the wealth gap, the income gap between the rich and the poor which, unfortunately, blacks are more among the poor, that gap has widened under obama. you look at schools. black schools are pathetic. the neighborhoods are pathetic. jobless rate among blacks is outrageously low. yeah, he's speaking the obvious. like he did with immigration when he's talking about people coming across the border, he's making people stop and think maybe this is true. >> he said he would probably win the african-american vote. just in the african-american community, just like across all of america, the number one thing people are worried about is the
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economy and jobs. and people know here is a guy who is a billionaire, who knows all about business. >> well, you know, we had romney, we had forbes. he's probably being a little optimistic there. i do believe he would be able to resonate within the black community to a degree. certainly would put the democrats on notice that they're not just going to steal the votes. again, trump is not coming off as a politician. he's coming off as more of a media figure, certainly as a business person. and i think it is going to make people say you know what? maybe we should start listening more and not give our votes to the democrats and let them pander. >> sure. you said trump is right. if obama were white, he would be ridiculed by the black community. what do you mean by that? >> undoubtedly. undoubtedly. if you were to switch any -- if you were to make obama republican, there would be pitch forks and burning at the white house. certainly if he were a white
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democrat there would be a lot more scolding of him and people would be discussing his record in more depth. but because he's getting this pass because a lot of the black community essentially coddles him, he's able to get away with a lot of these things. people like trump. the more discussion that gets brought up about how barack obama is truly performing, you'll see the backlash happening. rumblings are in the black community that we're overly unemployed, don't own our homes. business starts are down. schools are pathetic. somebody mentioned the crime rate. i think trump mentioned the crime rate in the black community to epidemic proportions and cop killings. his bringing it up in a nonpolitical sort of atmosphere will really put it to light. >> he has touched another nerve, which he has done a lot of so far this campaign. kevin jackson not far from the gateway arch in st. louis, thank you very much. >> my pleasure.
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speaking of stuck, a stuck baby skunk owes his life to a patient detroit police officer. >> dash cam video catching the skunk running wildly in circles with a yogurt cup stuck on his head. he approaches the chicken little so cautiously. what a brave guy. >> i'm leaving. >> pulled the cup off and managed to avoid getting sprayed. what a guy. probably standing up wind from it. >> help and a dash. >> what happened to the skunk in the backyard? >> he took off but he was looking for let us, trying to eat some of our garden stuff. >> who wouldn't? >> my wife bravely went out and scared him off as i looked through the window. >> is it safe for me to come
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out. >> safe for me to come out in the backyard? >> are we still going to have salad for tonight? >> i don't think so. heather has a development with explosions? >> i do. yeah. new mexico this morning, sploe s -- explosions rocked two separate churches in southern new mexico, terrifying worshippers there. these blasts happened within 20 miles of one another -- excuse me, 20 minutes of one another in los angeles las cruces. worshippers waited for the service to begin at cal vary and the next one happened in a trash can outside holy cross catholic church during communicaton. nobody has hurt there. the fbi is investigating to see if those blasts are related. she thought it was her dog cuddling up with her in bed. it was actually a home intruder. how terrifying. reva shook said she woke up to a noise in her home and it took
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her a second it realize something was very, very wrong. >> i said cooper what are you doing in my bed this time of night? i held up my hand for him to smell my hand and then i realized it was somebody. i said i don't know what you're after but you ain't going to get nothing here. >> she jumped up and cursed at the creep until he left the house. police believe he got through a window. her next step after this ordeal, she says she's going to buy herself a gun. >> it honestly doesn't work. jessica alba's eco friendly company called honest is under fire after complaints that it's spf 30 sunscreen fails to protect from burns. it says it's effective up to 80 minutes. some on social media ranting saying they were burned in just an hour in the sun. they claim it meets all the fda standards when used as director. those are the headlines. see you in half an hour. and there's maria.
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hi, maria. >> hi, heather. let's look at the weather conditions across the country. we have extreme weather to tell you about. one of those areas dealing with it is across the midwest early this morning, risk of large hail, damaging winds, storms. later on today and into tonight, anywhere from parts of new england to parts of the ohio river develvalley and even acroe plains. parts of central florida. otherwise the concern is flooding. we've had days of heavy rain and that forecast continues today. watches are in effect out there. otherwise a quick look at your current temperatures across the nation. already on the warm side in the plains with temperatures in the 60s and 70s. let's head back inside. >> thank you for that, my friend. according to the national institutes of health, approximately 70 million people are impacted by sleep problems or a good lack of a night of sleep. what is the key to a better night's sleep for you? start with the mattress.
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dos and don'ts of mattress shopping is the sleep whisperer herself, ingrid pruitt. good morning, ingrid. clayton, you're on one of the firm mattresses. we have three examples here for to you find your perfect match. what is the benefit of a firm mattress? >> if you're having sleep issues, the firm mattress is what you want to go with, it supports the back and gives you the alignment you're looking for. >> do you feel aligned? >> i feel aligned. >> can you have a bed that's too firm? >> absolutely. your back will actually arch and you'll put a lot of weight on your hips. >> i see, too, this is a back -- >> can you test this when you look at a mattress or spend a night on it to learn the truth? >> many sleep locations do allow you to try out the mattress on location is as well as bringing it home and trying it out and then returning it if you need to. >> this is a more soft mattress. >> yes, pillow top.
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>> with some adjustments. you can adjust up and down, get a massage on this. >> i got a nice massage on that. >> this is super soft. is it too soft for sleeping? >> it's going to depend on whether or not you have any particular ailments that will not allow you to rest easily. >> but if you like the pillow top feel -- >> if you like that comfort, absolutely. >> this is, which, serta? >> the i series. >> steve, are you awake? he's getting a massage right now. >> no, that's the adjustable mattress. >> the basics of this mattress you can make it custom to how you want to sleep. >> it's tempurpedic. >> exactly. >> now he wants to raise his legs or get a back massage, you can get all that. >> that's more of the luxury type lifestyle, make it easier for yourself to get out of bed,
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watch tv. >> ooh. hello. >> firmness mattress right here was just about $1,000, $999. we moved over here. this is about $1,500 and this is just over $2,500. >> yes. >> do you have to spend a lot on a mattress or a good investment to make sure that your night's sleep is worth it? you spend more hours a day in your bed. >> you should spend about seven hours on this. and think about the length of time you should have it. >> seven years at least at a minimum. worth the investment. >> i have a feeling you just might be -- >> i have a question. what is proper alignment of the spine look like if you're sleeping on the side or the back, is there a way that the back is supposed to look? >> ideally, you are sleeping on your back. it doesn't just work for kids. you want your head, shoulders, hips and your legs to be completely in a straight line. >> and your neck? so you want to sleep with your
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head up? i feel like i have to put my head off the side to actually fall asleep. >> you look pretty aligned. >>'s going to depend, right? the pillow may not necessarily work for you in this particular situation. so in that case what you're doing -- and if it feels uncomfortable, it's probably causing obstruction of the airway passage ways. >> we paid the extra money to get a tempurpedic and my wife says she's never had such a good night's sleep. because you spend so much time in the bed, aren't you worth it? >> absolutely. >> i think it's because of you, steve. >> every single day and your health is so important. it's worth the investment. >> ingrid, thank you so much for being with us. the sleep whisperer waking us up with great info or a good night's sleep. first republican debate is days away. will we see a pivotal moment like this one? >> could you turn that microphone off, please?
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>> i am paying for this microphone. >> an inside look at how these candidates are going to prepare for the debate. you won't want to miss that. and this photo right here of a cop going beyond the badge when he thought no one was looking. that cop will join us live with the story, live. flonase allergy relief, the only otc nasal spray approved to
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before we get to this next segment, brilliant segment bringing those mattresses in
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moments ago, clayton is well rested now for the rest of the show. >> i'm well rested for the debate. >> the countdown is on for the first presidential debate airing right here, live on fox network. >> the vice president of political polling and public affairs research at pwa research, and has participated in candidate prep for debates. >> we've seen memorable moments like this. >> i will not make age an issue of this campaign. i am not going to exploit for political purposes my opponent's youth and inexperience. >> i knew jack kennedy. jack kennedy was a friend of mine. senator, you're no jack kennedy. >> that was really uncalled for, senator. >> i agree with that. i don't think i'm that bad. >> you're likable enough,
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hillary. >> thank you. >> those sound bites are a lot of what we all remember. at least preparation beforehand. you heard donald trump not really prepping, not working on these quips and sound bites and all these other guys are. is that important for these other guys? >> he he might be the only one not preparing. preparation is huge here. these guys have been studying policy books over the past few weeks, participating in mock debates. senator rand paul says he has been using a donald trump stand-in to try to prepare for the debate. ye yeah, there's been weeks and weeks of preparation. you don't want to have an infamous flub like rick perry did in 2011 heading into the 2012 election. someone like jeb bush won't want to have another moment like megan kelly where he is not prepared to talk about iraq. preparation is key here. >> what about reaction? we asked donald trump specifical specifically, if someone throws a punch, will you counter punch?
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how do you coach someone before this? that could be a huge setback. >> john kasich has likened preparing for a debate with donald trump like a nascar driver preparing for a race where one of the drivers will be drunk. obviously you're going to get attacked during the bedibait and you want to be part of that. part of this is also doing no harm. you kind of want to walk away unscath unscathed. this is a marathon not a sprint. >> you're preparing. then you start worrying about little things, right? the podium and you start walking around -- >> too aggressive. >> do i look too aggressive, walking towards -- al gore walking over toward george w. bush. >> slamming the podium. >> they play a vital role. viewers watching those things are very important. >> 70% to 90% of communication is nonverbal. how are you stand iing up? is your posture good? are you wearing a suit that's tailored well or do you look sloppy and unpresidential? you also don't want to have a
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hot mike moment if you're upset or someone says something that you don't like, you don't want to mumble under your breath. >> you should assume you're being watched the entire time. should you be looking down or look at notes? >> you want to be paying attention and be engaged. part of that is preparation, coming in being prepared to drive your message, knowing what you're going to say. >> how do that with ten people on the stage, how to get your message out there, especially if you're not dodge trump? >> that will be difficult for these candidates. we are talking about ten candidates with a lot of experience, 120 minutes with commercial breaks. you won't get a lot of time to talk. it's so important to do your homework and to come in with the message and be able to come up with short, concise, piffy responses to the questions you're going to be asked. >> we're doing a debate party at our house. do you want to come? >> i would love to come.
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>> i think it will be the most popular debate in primary history. >> it will be. >> without a doubt. >> thank you, lisa. >> thank you for having me. now this coming up, the photo going viral of a cop going beyond the badge to help a young boy fix his bike. that cop will join us live to help tell us the story behind the picture next. so thankful to have him. on this day in history in 1996, los del rio top of the charts. remember these guys, "makarena"? >> you know the move. >> this is how you wake up. boy: once upon a time,
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well, you have probably seen this picture on your facebook
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feed. the incredible moment a connecticut police officer stops to help a young kid fix his broken bike. >> what an image. the act touched so many people. one woman shared it, posting the photo online saying it's nice to see an officer in a good and kind way this guy take "to serve and protect" to heart. give this dpie some kudos. >> nice to see you this morning. >> nice to see you as well. thank you for having me. >> you got called to this target parking lot because of what, these kids were fighting? >> call came in. group of kids were arguing. they seemed to be fighting, bullying around and everything. so i responded. it was in my sector. i get there see kids matching the description and say hey, are you guys fighting? they're like no, we're jufriend. we're just playing. >> of course, when police show up. they were probably rough housing. >> as boys do. >> when did you realize there was a problem with the bike? >> the bike is laying on the
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floor and i said whose bike is that? the kid said it's mine. the chain popped out. i said okay. i hopped out. i don't know how it got that way. i untwisted the chain, tightened up the back tire a bit so it stayed on the sprocket. and went about my day. >> at what point did you realize that so many people knew what was going on? one woman posted it, it had 1,000 likes on facebook. >> right. about three hours later i received a text from another officer in another department who i know personally who said, hey, you're all over facebook and i'm like why? he showed me. that's pretty cool. >> these days when a police officer hears you're all over anything you have to worry. >> your heart stops for a second. >> how hard is that to be under scrutiny like that? people watching cops with video cameras. it's got to be great for the community, a police officer out of the kindness of his heart doing great work. >> this is something that not
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only i have done but there are officers doing it everywhere. to be under the microscope like that is a good thing. >> that's a picture the woman took. you had no idea she took that picture. >> no. >> it was behind your back, out in the parking lot. you were working on the chain. >> right. the angle wheres it, i'm assuming she was behind my car. so i had no idea. no idea. >> reporter: how does it make you feel? so many people are goings that a great guy. >> it does make me feel good. you do good things like this, especially for the kids. the kids are te of my town, where i work. if i can get in the which hads there they're going to grow up and live in a town -- it's better to have friends. >> you're going to be known as the bike cop from now on. >> that's no problem. >> it's an honor to have you here. >> i got a flat tire on my bike. >> too bad. >> in the commercial break he
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was trying to get me -- >> that's a great moment that people need to see. >> officer michael castillo, thank you very much. great story. coming up here on the show, he shot back at the tennessee terrorist with his own gun. his reward for protecting fellow service members, a possible penalty. weighing in on what trump told us at the top of the hour. aha! cinnamon. milk. cinna-milk. cinnamon toast crunch.
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good morning to you. today is monday, august 3rd. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. an all-out hunt for a cold blooded killer. >> please, please hurry up. >> what complex are you man? are you on the north side or closer to the street? >> 48 summer lane. he's shot. >> officer is shot. >> what we now know about the suspect and his criminal past. and today is monday of debate week. donald trump already has his eyes on hillary clinton. >> look, hillary was the worst secretary of state in the history of this country. i think she is very vulnerable, very beatable. >> thrk as the hillary camp prepares for joe biden to run. she has started running ads in iowa and new hampshire. we'll talk to that subject with bret baier shortly. he took on the terrorists that killed five chattanooga
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officers. now he could face charges for firing on the suspect himself. a navy s.e.a.l. responds. fox & friends hour three starts right now. that he the be-- that's the way to come home when your dog greets you at the door. we'll go into the science of why they are so happy to see you. >> there is a scientific reason. i'll give you a hint. >> bacon in your pocket. >> no, see that dog sniffing the cameraman? >> yeah. >> your dog knows what you smell like. and that evokes a reward response in the brain. in other words, knows what you smell like and then gets a shot
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of something in their brain. no kidding. it's all about science. and the dog is happy to see you. but it's also science. >> i wonder if kid rts same way. >> no. >> they can smell you and see you coming a mile away. >> clayton morris is in for brian. good to have you. we start this hour off with an alert. memphis police expanding their search for this man after officer sean bolton is murdered on the job after a routine traffic stop. >> that's right. brand new information now emerging about the fatal moments leading up to his death. >> ainsley earhart has more information. >> thank you. offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of tremaine wil burn. the 29-year-old is wanted for
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first-degree murder after the officer was gunned down. >> please, please hurry up. >> what complex are you, north side or closer to the street? >> 48 summer lane. >> he's shot. >> officer is shot. >> memphis police sayings it likely officer bolton interrupted a drug deal when he pulled up to an illegally parked car. as bolton approached that vehicle, the man in the passenger seat jumps out and starts attacking. the two get in a scuffle before bolton was shot multiple times, the suspect then fleeing the scene. >> when you look at this individual you're looking at a coward. he's a coward. you gun down, you murder a police officer for less than two grams of marijuana. >> officer bolton, veteran of the u.s. marines, was with the police department for nearly five years. he is the third memphis cop killed in the line of duty since 2011.
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memphis police are warning citizens the gunman is considered armed and dangerous. if you know anything, please call 911. back to you, steve, elisabeth and clayton. >> ainsley, thank you very much. >> sure. we have until 5:00 pm tuesday evening. that's the cutoff of when we'll know who will make the debate stage on thursday. bret baier is live with us to talk about all of that and more. s it -- it is a big week. good morning to you, bret. >> good morning. >> donald trump in the driver's seat as we head into this debate, walker, 15%, 14% for bush. who might be at that cutoff point or on the bubble? perry and kasich, right? >> it will be interesting to see. a lot can happen between now and tuesday, depending what kind of polls come out. our decision team is working on crunching the numbers. it will be an average of five major national polls and we'll make a decision tuesday evening
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some time. the cutoff is 5:00 pm, as you mentioned, tuesday. that's the top ten. the bottom seven, though, will also have a debate that same night on the same stage with bill hemmer and martha mccollum. they will all be on the stage, just at different times. >> a big moment on thursday that they're all going to try to clench or not lose the lead with trump. and if he does get the nomination, he could be facing joe biden? close advisers to biden, who are remaining unnamed, reportedly saying he is 90% likely to run and jump in. so we asked donald trump today, if you are facing hillary or you're facing joe biden, what would it be like? we also asked him about the predicament that the president would be in in terms of where his allegiance would remain. >> hillary was the worst secretary of state in the
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history of this country. i think she is very vulnerable. i think she very beatable. i don't think she's very beatable by a lot of the people that are running. my first concept and my first thing is to focus totally on the people that we have. you have now 17 of them, a total of 17 and that's really where my thought process is. one thing about biden, he has been loyal to obama. loyal to a fault because so many of the things have been so bad. but he has been very loyal to obama. and i think if he was going to be forced to support somebody, everybody says the word is that he just doesn't like the clintons. and i don't know if that's true or not true. but, you know, in theory, he does not like hillary and he does not like the clintons. >> so, bret, if joe biden got in -- and apparently one of the things that is weighing on his mind is the fact that his son, about. -- beau, who died, said in his final weeks, dad, i want you to run. who would the president support? supposedly in 2012 the president
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made a deal with bill clinton, you campaign for me and i'll support hillary. >> it's a great question. he would probably stay neutral for some time but would likely, i agree, lean toward vice president biden. overseas just last week the president said i think i could win a third term. that was kind of a pointed moment in who would take the torch close toast what the obama administration has done so far. and it's the guy standing behind president obama there, vice president biden, one would think. i do think it would change the dynamic tremendously in the democratic party. >> great point. >> al gore, one of the big criticisms of al gore was that he didn't utilize bill clinton enough and waited till the end to do it and ended up not winning his home state. obama is such a great campaigner, so difficult for both of them not to want to utilize president obama. >> definitely. and i think that would be really the story line for that entire
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campaign. listen, if he gets in -- and all indications are he's leaning that way -- it shakes everything up. this could be why, all this talk about bide thn this week is als the same week that hillary is launching all these ads. people are saying because the gop is in the spotlight but some of this is about biden and the attention of him getting in as well. >> some have suggested one of the reasons she's running the ads is because bernie sanders is doing better and better. i'm sure you saw this. debbie wasserman schultz last week was asked by chris matthews what's the difference between a democrat and a socialist? well, she couldn't really delineate the two or chose not to. she was asked again about it yesterday by chuck todd. finally, she'll answer it. right? let's watch. >> can you explain the difference? >> you know, chuck, it's always off and on to be interviewed by chris matthews and i know that
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he enjoys that banter. the important distinction i think we'll be discussing and i'm confident we'll be discussing in this campaign is the difference between democrats and republicans. >> there are some who have suggested maybe the reason she didn't say the difference is because these days many say there really isn't much of a difference between democrat sths and socialist party. >> the second bite at the apple on the same network, one would think you would have a different answer than maybe the first time. bernie sanders calls himself a socialist but it's really a socialist democrat. more like a european social democracy. in other words, not a pure socialist, take over all the companies and fight capitalism. there is a difference. the fact that the dnc chair can't articulate that difference is pretty striking. and the fact that bernie sanders is as successful on the stump as he is is also pretty striking. >> people are going to ask her
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until she finally answers, aren't they? >> eventually she'll have to have a better answer than the one she had. >> have to find one. bret baier, thank you. see you tonight. >> and good luck thursday night. bret, will you be watching the debate thursday? >> i think i might be right there. >> good luck. >> counting down to it. heather nauert is standing by with a look at your headline. >> good morning. good morning to you. a brand new drone danger to tell you about this morning. terrifying moments on board a small plane after the pilot is forced to take a sharp turn to avoid hitting a drone. it was a piper p.a. 28 flying in southern new jersey at the time. this is just the latest in a string of recent incidents involving drones and near misses with aircraft. three others happened over the weekend near jfk airport in new york. just yesterday a shuttle america pilot spotted a drone near the plane's left side while it was coming in for a landing from
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virginia. two more incidents happeneded from. the faa says it's investigating. one man is dead. dozens more injured when a tent collapses on a crowd in the chicago area festival. people were scrambling to shelter themselves frommy hail storm when a tent flew off its pegs and slammed down. >> we were just getting off the ride and it was hail. we were really, really afraid. then the tent flew off into the sky. and then the fence flew off and there was everybody on the floor and you heard screaming and crying. one of my friends on the floor, her whole arm right here was cut. >> the man who died was identified as 35-year-old stephen mencik. three people are still in critical condition. police have canceled another festival planned for tomorrow. they say they're doing that out of respect. a drag race turns disastrous
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in a matter of seconds. take a look. wow! look at that car right there, driven by reality tv star daddy dave from discovery channel's street outlaws. that car lost control in texas over the weekend. somehow he survived with just a concussion and bruises. his wife says he will be back behind the wheel soon. and those are your headlines. >> thank you, heather. >> heather, thanks thnchts coming up, he shot back at the tennessee terrorist with his own gun his reward for protecting his fellow soldiers might be prosecution. carl higby reacts next. imagine you're relaxing at the pool when you see a child and they appear to be drowning. would you know what to do when every second counts? tips that could help you save a life. he's doing it about right. >> good work, clayton. what if one stalk of broccoli
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they may charge him for it? this sends a message of mediocrity and stand down to our own military. >> what is the message? >> i started a white house petition on my facebook page. you can get the link on my twitter page @carl higbie. sign this thing so we can block the prosecution and any charges against this guy, commander white, a hero who did the right thing. start carrying your weapons, service members. they can't prosecute us in numbers. >> we'll put that petition on our website foxandfriends.com as well. repercussions moving forward. so far, pull down the shade and take your uniform off. >> exactly. >> is that enough? >> that's not who we are. if we took that passive approach we would all be speaking german after world war ii. americans are great. you have guys out there like
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now. long island man is angering his neighbors because he's use higs dri -- using his driveway as a plane hangar. he is refusing to park it there for free because, quote, that would mean he gave up the fight. wash wha washed up behind a hotel in ft. lauderdale? they think it was launched from south america and has been in the water for more than a year. that's a nice find. steve? meanwhile, ten people die every day from drowning. in 2013 more than 700 of those who died were children. >> that's why it's so important that you know what to do if you see someone go under the water. it can happen in a few seconds. >> you're right about that. joining us now to help out is cpr debbie martini. thank you for being here right
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now. >> thank you for having me. >> hear those statistics it makes you want to be able to do something if you're ever in that situation. >> absolutely. >> what do we need to know? >> if a child or adult is drowning do not jump in the water unless it's a small baby that you can actually reach. you should have a skimmer or anchor next to your pool and you would slide them over to the edge. you pick them up by their wrist, put them on a flat surface on their back. if they're unresponsive, you then would start cpr. >> okay. and we've got a specimen here. >> we do. >> and a couple of weeks ago, we heard that you're supposed to do the rhythm to "staying alive." >> absolutely. >> when i was a lifeguard growing up, we checked the airways first. a, b, c. but now it's all reverse. >> it's all reverse now. >> first thing i want to do? >> place the palm of your hand in the center of the breast bone. correct. put your other hand on top of that and start compressing at a
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rate of 100 per minute. >> to the beat of "staying alive." >> to the beat of "staying alive." >> what about the breathing part? >> after you do your 30 compressions, you can breathe. the most important thing is to do just the compressions. >> you don't want to interrupt the compressions. >> you don't want to interrupt that. the most important thing is getting the blow flow to the brain. >> it seems to me that that was pretty significant. an adult is bigger and thicker than a child, right? >> absolutely. >> and so at what strength do you pressure down on a child's rib cage? >> with a little bit less force. you're actually going to push at a depth of 1 1/2 inches. at the same rate, 100 beats per minute. perfect. great. >> and while you're doing this, are you looking for signs if breathing returns or water coming out of the mouth? you don't want to turn the person over? or how -- leave them laying flat on their back? >> you see water start coming
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out of their mouth, you tilt them to the side? >> then they become responsive. >> you were showing me during the commercial break, you use two fingers or -- >> or two thumbs, whichever you're comfortable with. directly in the center of the two nipples of the baby press also at a rate of 100 per minute, of a depth to 1 to 1 1/2 inches. >> how do you know if you're not going enough? will you feel -- >> you won't feel anything really. you may feel a little resistance. and it is possible to feel a little crackling going on. >> if you were taking a child out of the pool, obviously, there's water in the lungs or the throat or something like that, rather than turn them upside down like this, you say just the chest compressions will force the water out? >> absolutely. leave them flat on their back and the water should come out.
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>> once the water comes out do you do the same with an infant laying them to the side. >> so it has free flow out. >> if they are not breathing again are you still to go back to compressions? >> continue your compressions until advance life returns to the scene. >> it's so important. number one accidental killer of children between the ages of 1 and 4. so important especially as we enter these dog days of summer. >> that's right. thanks for having me. >> thank you, debbie. we appreciate it. >> thank you. this coming up, a gun-toting tourist and retired marine thought that she was doing the right thing when she turned over her firearm to security at the 9/11 memorial. why did she end up behind bars? plus it's an amazing image gone viral, police officer taking time out of his day to teach his kid how to tie a tie the right way. this morning, no need to call the cops. showing kids across america how it's done. he has some of the best ties in this building, by the way.
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this, is why we travel. and why we continue to create new technology to connect you to the people and places that matter. welcome back to f fox & friends. have you seen this image of a police officer helping a boy tie his tie? >> charles payne is here to teach us a few tricks he knows. you have a great thing you're doing with your family in addition to that photo. >> we started an organization late last year iecht came home from work and my god son was there in the suit i bought him for prom and he a black satin shirt i thought he was going to a party or something. i said what's going on?
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he said he from a job interview. i said why didn't you wear a white shirt and tie? he said he didn't have the money. i said if you're not going to college and you want to go on a job interview i'll buy you a shirt and tie. we've done almost 2,000 shirts and ties. >> out of your own pocket? >> yeah. >> your efforts are incredible. >> my wife and high daughters, they put it all -- they did almost all the work. i forked over all the money. they did all the work. last week we got our tax i.d., fully fundable. >> now you're going to take it one step further? >> right. >> tie that tie. >> let's talk about the job interview tie. half windsor. the full windsor takes up so much material. here we go. >> hold on. >> take it this way. are you with us? bring it over once. >> i haven't done this one for years. >> wait. you have to catch up. >> too much food on my vacation. >> too much food in your tie. bring it back over.
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little bit of a heart at this point. little bit of a heart formation. back over, back up. you remember this one, right? >> yeah. >> bring it in. >> clayton needs a tutorial on his own. >> look at that, guys. that, right there, is the perfect job interview knot right there. >> what are you doing? i can't see the instructions. you were blocking it out like a line backer. >> clayton, can you -- >> want to do the simple one? >> the four-hand knot. >> that was the simple one. >> that was a half windsor. >> this right here -- >> is that full windsor? >> that's half windsor. full windsor takes up so much material. school boy, go around once, go around twice. >> around once, around twice zplt second time around -- >> yeah, yeah. >> then bring it up. >> that's what i do. >> right, school boy. >> really? >> yeah. >> now the knot can be thinner.
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there is a downside to the school boy. >> it's a thinner knot to your point. >> is it more casual? >> if you're going to school or work. the windsor is what you want to wear -- full windsor you would wear on a job interview. i can't do this on the mannequin. i kind of made this up. i almost messed up zeke. we call him zeke, by the way. >> the mannequin? >> they actually named the mannequ mannequin. >> this is the hybrid. >> yeah. step one. >> hold on. >> around the front. under. >> under first? >> around. >> what is that? >> charlie payne hybrid now. >> under and around. >> finally we'll slide it in there. >> that's a good knot. >> our audio guy loves the whistling of our microphones. >> this gets you the little
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dimple. >> i always like that dimple. >> that's good-looking on you. >> i have news for you, it looks like a little bib. charles tied his tie a little shortly. look at that. >> most of my ties do -- >> you look pretty good. good thing they have a wardrobe -- beautiful scene, by the way, with the police officer. >> tell us about your website if people would like -- >> shirt and tie for success. our goal is to go nationwide. like i said we did a lot of schools last year. i spoke to three. my wife spoke to a couple. our whole house was nothing but shirts and ties. shirt and tie for success.com. >> best of luck. >> bib and tie for success. >> all tied up here. >> take it away, heather. >> love that charity. what a class act you are, charles. couple of headlines to bring you right now. back-to-back explosions rocking
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two churches in new mexico. terrifying worshippers there. these blasts happening within 20 minutes of one another a few miles apart in las cruces, new mexico. first was set off at calvary baptist. the next happened in a trash can outside holy cross catholic church during communion. no one hwas hurt. the fbi is investigating to see if those blasts are related. a 9-year-old bat boy who was hit in the head by a player's practice swing has now died. liberal, kansas, that's the town, now mourning the loss of kaiser carlisle, the bat boy for the team called the blue jays. he was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident. an umpire, also a paramedic, treated him until an ambulance arrived. our prayers go out to his family. a tourist arrested at the
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september 11th memorial for turning in her two legally owned firearms at the security checkpoint there. the 31-year-old mother and marine corps veteran from texas says she didn't know that her concealed carry permit was not recognized in new york state so she asked security where she could store the two pistols while she looked around at the museum. friends traveling with her say they are shocked by the law and say their husbands don't let them leave home without a weapon. ohio veteran winning his battle for the american flag after he proudly put the stars and stripes -- hung it from his apartment balcony for two years. he was then ordered to take it down. apartment rules state nothing is allowed to hang outside. that didn't sit well with the veteran. >> i'm a veteran. my grandfather's a veteran. my father say veteran. my flag has to come down, all the satellite dishes and everything else has to come
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down. >> the complex manager said that flag can stay. well done. and those are your headlines. >> thanks so much. coming up on this monday, a move you don't often see from donald trump downplaying his skills. >> i never debated before. that's all these guys do. they debate. they don't do anything but they debate every night. i haven't done that. i think i'll do fine and i look forward to it actually. >> so, is he now the underdog or something else going on? peter johnson jr. breaks down trump's debate strategy next. when you come home from work, does your dog do this? now we know why. science. >> snausages.
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welcome back. some quick beachy headlines for you now. a man and his motor bike taking on water. literally. who would do such a thing? that's dare devil robby madison, pulling off the greatest stunt of his career. his cycle has specially designed skis that allow him to hit the big waves of tahiti. check it out. and on the shoreline, police stepped in quickly to wrangle the beast and tied him up there. he was safely relocated somewhere else so people can build their sand castles right there. steve? >> thank you, elisabeth. with the first presidential debate this thursday, republican front-runner donald trump sounds like he's lowering expectations. >> that's all these guys do.
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they debate. they don't do anything. they debate. every night they go into a debate with somebody. i haven't do that. i think i'll do fine and i look forward to it, actually. >> as we all do with the billionaire businessman expected to take center stage, are we experiencing the trump revolution? joining us right now is fox analyst peter johnson jr. >> there is a trump revolution. a lot of americans are saying i want to see him return that ball from the ten yard line and go another 90 yards, bringing big business, big media, big politics. all of those people want him to fail and crash and burn big time. a lot of americans say -- we heard this time and time again from a lot of pundits. they're really saying we're sick and tired of it. we want someone who is going to stand up and someone who is big enough not to get crushed by the same interests that are crushing us in america. they say that in trump. they're not quite sure what he
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stands for. on some issues on veterans, immigration and a couple of issues. they're saying this is refreshing. there's a new paradigm. he doesn't have the naivety or innocence of mr. smith. remember jimmy stewart in mr. smith goes to washington? >> sure. >> he busts open the united states senate. they're saying will donald trump go and bust open the white house in a way that's really important for america's future? whether you like him or you don't like him, you need to take him seriously. there are a lot of these so-called pundits on tv who say he can't win. 16 of these republicans can't win. there's only going to be one nominee. he can't win. we can't take him seriously. it's ridiculous. >> because it's the conventional wisdom. a guy like him who didn't go to politician school couldn't possibly wind up being the nominee. >> so there will be character assassination. we read yesterday -- i read in a story the other day he is the new senator joe mccarthy. >> what?
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>> or somehow he's howard biel network. the mr. smith comparison is better, i think, because there's a freshness to him. there's also an augustinian quality to him. st. augustine was a bad guy. not that donald trump wases a bad guy but he was basically a corrupter and corrupting. politicians, part of the game, giving money out. have them at my wedding. have them here. have them there. i know how that works. i'm done with that and want to change things in this country. i don't know whether he can win or whether he can lose or what's going to happen. there's something to be learned from democrats and republicans. in this debate trump needs to be himself. he needs to be donald trump for whatevers tha whatever that is, good or bad. the moment he starts to sound like a politician --
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then he loses. if trump is trump, if he's the marketer, the thinker, the repetitor -- people love when you repeat things. will he do very, very well ultimately in this debate. >> after the debate, we'll be look at the sound bites of the debate. invariably, you know donald trump is going to have some gems. >> sure. >> the other candidate also as well. >> they'll insult him and he'll insult them back. more importantly, what will he say about the future of this country? how do you make america again? that's the test for these incredibly good candidates. there's an incredibly good field. will they be able to motivate him, will he be able to motivate them? will they make the dialogue better? >> preparing for donald trump goes to washington. >> in some way. >> peter johnson, thank you very
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much. >> okay. >> easily the best part of your dog's day. exhibit a. [ barking ] >> why does the dog go crazy like that? there is a reason. s it science. and we're going inside the mind of man's best friend to figure out why they just go crazy. s it -- it is the same reaction bill hemmer when he sees us in the morning. down, boy, down. >> great moment. looking forward to the answer in a moment here, too. big we can k for the republicans. new poll from the wall street journal, chris christie, rick perry. they're here to react. will joe biden run? what's changing in hillary clinton's strategy? also in the senate, push to defund planned parenthood. do they have the votes in the senate? josh earnest live on the president's aggressive push on power plants. see you in ten minutes on america's newsroom on this monday.
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if you are a dog owner, you know when you come home from work, chances are your dog does a little dog dance, something like this. [ barking ] my dog, charlie, would do that every time i would come home. why? well, there is now science to help explain why they're so excited each time you open the door. andrea ardin is a certified dog trainer and director of andrea ardin dog training. >> hello. >> did you put this one in my hands because -- >> because i figured you would get shed all over? exactly. it was my joke for the day. >> it comes down to -- it's this simple. your dog sees you and thinks there's my owner. no.
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it has to do with your smell. >> in great part. the study was done at emory university. they trained dogs to go into mri machines, which was a task in and of itself. they had to lay still for hours. >> difficult for humans. >> the smell that took priority overall others was the smell of their familiar people. you would think smells of food and that sort of thing would take priority. no. human smells. >> when the dog smelled you, then what happened in their brain? >> actually, they showed in the reward center of the brain there was a lot of activity there. another study was done a little while ago that was on the sound that dogs react to and found that the sounds of familiar human voices, the dogs had the same response as the smell. >> in the rewards center? >> exactly. >> i think this dog thinks i have bacon in my pocket or in my hand.
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>> bake con! >> thanks to the humane society for bringing us these sweet friends. is that titus on the end? you have a good sense of smell. this is not just about my owner has a treat in his pocket. this is about care and needs being met with the smell? >> yes. one of the important things that's a take away from these studies, it shows us that, of course, we know we all love animals and we've had a relationship with dogs for over 30,000 years, companions, service animals. it's a reciprocal relationship. there really is love there and it shows people hopefully that we need to treat them with respect. they have feelings, emotions and deserve our respect. >> when you get home and the dog does that, they just over dodo is there any way to train the dog, give me some loving when i come in the door but not so much
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loving? >> over the top, enthusiastic when we come home. keep in mind that behavior, as cute as it is on video, can resultny adog who develops separation issues. they're so excited when you come home that when you leave it's very black and white. it's hard for them to deal with that extreme change. wait until they have four paws on the floor, they've calmed down a little bit. that's when you reward them with their attention. >> you're not rewarding that frantic -- >> exactly. >> calm, confident -- >> exactly. very well said. >> so cute. >> roger's out of here. >> talk about love. titus is just hanging. >> titus is an 8-year-old st. bernard, a dog with somebody for his whole life. they could no longer care for him and surrendered him to a shelter, humane society. he has a lot of love left to give, though. >> any of the dogs are available in the humane society of new york.
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does that dog walk you or do you walk him? if you're lucky, you can ride the dog. andrea, thank you very much. >> thank you so much. coming up on this monday, nascar crash everybody is talking about this morning. it didn't even happen on the track. what went wrong during the pit stop? coming up.
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we were in a german dance group. i wore lederhosen. so i just started poking around on ancestry. then, i decided to have my dna tested through ancestry dna. it turns out i'm scottish. so, i traded in my lederhosen for a kilt. before we're history, here is one for the road today. nascar pit crew somehow surviving after their driver almost plows them down.
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look at this. >> how long they can run. >> it sounded like brad maybe didn't -- oh, you see he has just hit a crew member. disastrous stop for brad keselowski. >> brad keselowski was pulling in for a pit stop during the windows 10 400 at the pocono raceway. brakes locked up, slid right through, forcing his crew to jump out of the way. amazingly, nobody was hurt. they are agile. >> like a video game right there. now this. children at a boston hospital posted signs in this window asking who you gonna call? the response they got was beyond incredible, stars of the upcoming "ghost busters" remake stopped by answering that call. melissa mccarthy is there. what good women to do that. >> did you see this? what started as an experiment full of hope and promise ends with a robot broken into pieces. cross country robots ended in philadelphia. apparently the city of brotherly
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love doesn't extend to robots. the experiment is not over and they'll release more details to see if the robot can make it across the country in one piece. >> no chance that nascar car hit it, is there? >> possible ran right over it. >> see you tomorrow. >> bye, everybody. on bill: a fox news alert. donald trump surging in a poll three day before the big presidential debate. good morning. hope you had a good weekend. martha has some time out. >> reporter: trump is in first place with 19%. walker 15%, governor bush

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