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hey, friends, stretch and wake up on your saturday morning. it's the 15th of august, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. and all eyes on iowa as the presidential candidates hit the soapbox at the state fair where donald trump lands today and hillary clinton breaks her silence on her email scandal with with a joke? >> i recently launched a snap chat account. you love it. i love it. those messages disappear all by themselves. >> you know, it's going to be on "saturday night live" tonight. >> he i thought that was "saturday night live." >> voters aren't laughing. brand new fox news poll shows big trouble for clinton. >> severe weather sweeps through the midwest sending its stage plunging to the
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ground grounding concert goers to take cover. the dra mat tuck video coming in overnight. yikes. >> parents, are you guilty of this? >> what's wasted? >> wasted? kids is something that happens when you have a hang kerring for ice cream. >> the lies you should neverr k. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> have you ever listened to survivor music while looking at infomercial items? >> i you have now. >> have you ever been blearsy eyed and for 1995 you get suckered in to buying some gimmicky thing. some of these products really work. we will be putting them to the test coming up. >> if you are lucky 67:00
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a.m. hour "fox & friends" there are a lot of infomercial. >> can kiwis i need it for my daily kiwi. >> peter doocy in this morning. nice to see you, peter. >> thank you. >> you came here on a good morning we have bacon bowls. also, i'm super excited about this two can. >> what is a two can? >> it opens cans. >> two can sam? all right. all right. >> there we go. we will get to that in a bit. all eyes on the hawkeye state where friday food and politics are taking center stage at the iowa state fair. >> five presidential candidates will be there today to mingle with voters and eat some corn dogs. >> kristen fisher live at the big event. >> good morning. this is probably the biggest day of the entire iowa state fair. not only is it the busiest day, it's the day two front runners will be making an appearance.
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donald trump and hillary clinton. believe it or not, trump is already causing quite a stir at the fair. he is not even there yet because of his possible grand entrance. most candidates arrive on a campaign bus. trump is reportedly arriving in his 7-million-dollar chopper and it's rumored he is going to be giving free rides to kids and iowa voter. as you might imagine, that's not sitting well with some of his rivals. yesterday at jeb bush's day at the fair he took a few swipes at trump on the soapbox. he was quick to pivot to opponents on foreign policy. neither the president nor hillary clinton have a strategy to defeat isis. >> strategy is to say it's somebody's else fault. it's time we had a president that accepted responsibility for the duties of the presidency. if there's a problem, don't say the dog ate my homework which is what we hear all the time. accept responsibility to fix it that's what leaders do. >> clinton hit back at last night's annual wing ding dinner by attacking bush's
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comments about cutting funding for women with's health. >> governor bush says $500 million is too much to spend on women's health. and they all want to defund planned parenthood. [audience boos] >> why don't they try telling that to the mom who caught her breast cancer early because she was able to get a screening. >> some of the other candidates to look out for today at the iowa state fair rick santorum, lincoln chafee and bernie sanders. donald trump is the only one who might or might not be arriving in a chopper back to you. >> rick santorum will be on our show later in the morning. >> 8:00. >> have in new york like can you call a chopper like uber for helicopter. you have got to think somebody like jim gilmore somebody somebody at the bottom of the pack i need one of those. >> the guy at the front of the pack donald trump is going to be in iowa as kristen mentioned republican party taking hits from both
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sides. hillary clinton and jeb bush are slamming the frontrunner. jeb bush is saying slow and steady wins the race i'm the tortoise. i'm not afraid of the trumpster. hillary clinton saying he is a side show. >> across the board. we are just at the beginning of this. the majority of iowaians haven't begun to consider who this are going to support. i'm not distracted by oh my gosh this week something is happening. >> the helicopter landing? >> oh, i'm so worried, no. >> i know most of the attention these days is on a certain flamboyant frontrunner. [ laughter ] but don't let the circus distract you. most of the other candidates are just trump without the pizzazz or the hair. >> ouch. >> circus following around than hillary clinton? >> they have to rope in
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reporters. >> you hear jeb bush wondering whether or not this helicopter coming in is going to distract him all these candidates giving their speeches mingling with voters and all of a sudden here comes the tromp helicopter. >> it definitely is and it's a fair. >> flight the valconies. >> like the summer of george, he says it's all about the summer of trump. listen. >> you know, i brought back a term that hasn't been used in a long time it's called the silent majority. it's the summer of trump. you know, they are calling it the summer of trump. >> shark attacks on north and south carolina's coast line like the summer of the sharks he is saying it's the summer of trump. we have also heard the summer of sanders. because he has been drawing huge crowds. >> summer of trump though the thing about that we just found out yesterday in the "the washington post," the fall, september is when find out his immigration plan that he apparently wrote with senator jeff sessions and his tax plan that's
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going to be all about inversion. somebody said why don't you put it out in august? no business happens in august. >> meanwhile senator rick santorum who won iowa last time. it took a number of weeks to find out if he actually won iowa when all the votes were tallied, he will be on our show this morning at 8:00 to see if he can do a repeat. we will strategy in that state with all the focus on trump right now. >> there he is. the clear frontrunner right now, hillary clinton, we mentioned sanders, you know, picking up numbers as well, could there be more democrats putting their hats in the ring? vice president joe biden said to be vacationing with his family and he will make a decision some time next month whether he will be joining and trump says he is convinced that clinton is going to be wiped out by this email scandal and he is going to be up against biden. >> it is interesting to see what's going on as the fbi looks into these servers and trying to track where these emails were leaked from and
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going from. donald trump seems to suggest that, yeah, maybe i'm not going to be facing hillary clinton if i go on to face anyone in the general election, it might be vice president joe biden. >> how come though more democrats don't want to be president. aren't they supposed to be the party looking out for young people and minorities? these people that keep coming up? no young people and no minorities. they are just recycling as democrats like to do people who have lost. >> biden he is 7 years old. he would be 78 upon completing his first term. he is saying he would only run for one term. is that a gimmick some are saying, too. >> it's interesting to see he if that's what's going to happen. also hearing possibly secretary of state john kerry could be pulled back and whether or not al gore would actually be involved in. this al gore not likely. his spokesperson said that he is laser focused on solving the climate crisis right now. there is no chance that al gore probably would be brought back into the 2016
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race. that was from his spokesperson. >> and then what about john kerry? msnbc andrea mitchell interviewed him and she asked him about this. she tweeted this out. so if all -- or if al gore supporters talk about 'him running and biden undecided what about @ john kerry. he tells me not now but doesn't mean not forever. >> so what would all this mean for hillary clinton? everybody is talking about it down in d.c. >> i think that what we could be seeing over the next couple of weeks is people like former maryland governor martin o'malley who has not really caught on in any of the polls, he could begin to catch on. as well, i think vice president joe biden there are a lot of conversations happening about whether or not someone like him would be able to get into the race, really shake things up. that could pose a significant primary threat to hillary clinton. >> well, speaking of email scandals, we were talking about the server. the fbi trying to track how
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this classified information possibly made it on to the server. hillary clinton though in iowa making some jokes about this saying look, it's not about benghazi, it's not about the emails and then this moment towards the end sounds like a sketch from "saturday night live" but, no, it's actually hillary clinton making a snap chat joke. listen. >> it's not about benghazi. it's not about emails or servers either. it's about politics. i you have just provided my server to the justice department but here is what i won't do. i won't get down in the mud with them. i know that people across the country are following us on social media as well. by the way, you may have seen that i recently launched a snap chat account. i love it. i love it those messages disappear all by themselves. >> i am very hip. i have an office down in brooklyn with all the hipsters. i'm using emogis. >> she is laughing.
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the funniest part is we believe she actually knows how to work snap chats because some of the emails that came out she doesn't know how to send a fax and doesn't know how to send an email. >> hasn't driven in how many years but she has snap chat. >> i got snap chat down pat. we have other headlines this morning including extreme weather. >> severe storms packing heavy hey rain and strong winds this weekend in michigan causing a stage collapse concert in flint. band and crowd taking cover. fortunately nobody hurt there. wisconsin, knocking down trees at the pga championship and halting the second round so people could take cover. winds up to 65 miles per hour. knocking over tents, score boards and camera towers. no one was hurt. and new overnight, tragedy at the racetrack, sprint car driver james campbell jr. killed in a crash at the
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williams grove speedway in pennsylvania. officials saying he was involved in a multicar crash during warm-ups. his number 31 car slamming into the wall before flipping. i have gone to over a thousand races and i i have never been to one where they needed lifeline. probably one of the saddest times i will ever have in my life. >> the speedway has cancelled all events today out of respect for the campbell family. and fears over toxic contamination have residents fleeing days after a series of massive explosions at a chemical warehouse in china. officials finding highly poisonous sodium cyanide at the blast site and issuing mandatory evacuations. the death toll now at 8 a. new video emerges showing a 19-year-old firefighter rescued nearly 32 hours after the blast. he was found and pulled alive from the smoking rubble. and here at home, a series of explosions rocking a texas oil chemical company.
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the blast at drill chem, north of houston, sparking a massive three alarm fire sending a thick cloud of black smoke into the sky. the company creates sealants and lubricants. no one was in the building at the time. the cause of the blast is under investigation. those are your headlines. >> thanks, anna. >> yosemite closes a possible camp site because of the plague and brand new fears this morning for the national park. >> then forget gitmo. just bring those terror detainees to america? what? there is a brand new push to do just that. good idea? we debate next. ♪ they're coming to america. ♪ never looking back again ♪ they are coming to america ♪
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controversy is brewing over news that the department of defense is looking to transfer gitmo detainees to u.s. military sites. many in congress are furious calling this another egregious overstep by the administration. so, is it really a good idea or not? joining us now to weigh in, democratic communication strategist and chairman of the conservative action fund john mccutcheon. john and john, thanks for joining us. >> great to be here. >> is it coincidence that we are just hearing about this plan to bring all these gitmo guys to the u.s. the day after john kerry went on down to havana and made nice with the castros? >> it's a very good question. obviously there is a lot more attention being paid to cuba these days with the reopening there. but this is not so much about that obama initiative. this is a great piece of unfinished business from very early this was a big campaign pledge on obama's
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part of to get rid of gitmo and close that and rerace this national stain gitmo international symbol of torture for american hypocrisy that we don't live by our own values. that's one he would really like to get done before he leaves. >> is he right about that, john? >> is he right but maybe not for the right reason. we are a nation of laws. i have a lot of faith in the system and believe they should get trials and also do not think that they will get a pass through the court system or legal system like thought before. so bring them on is what i say. >> all okay. but both of you seem to be bringing them here would not be such a bad idea. i know they are looking at a spot in charleston and spot in fort leavenworth in kansas. these are places that people watching at home maybe three months ago said they are never going to break out of there. as we saw in upstate new york earlier this year there was that clinton
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correctional facility. you just get the help of one frisky seamstress and all of a sudden you have bad guys tunneling out of the jail and then you have a terrorist in your town. why isn't that something that either of you have mentioned that these terrorists are going to be brought to small town u.s.a. and potentially could be walking down main street? >> peter, i have got to say it's not something i'm worried about. these are not super villains. >> they are terrorists. >> yeah, they are terrorists. you don't end up if n. gitmo bass you knocked on the wrong girl selling cookies. >> they are not that capable people. they're terrorists. they take bombs and bury them under a bunch of dirt and weight for somebody to come along. these are not necessarily super highly trained individuals. but we have turned them into this oh my gosh they are terrorists so we can't have themner near our people. we know how to lock people up. yes, you are right. yes, definite live those guys broke out and i don't
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repair clip. >> thank you, peter. movement to ban words or ideas offensive to students sweeping colleges across the country and threatening free speech in the the process. >> they are being called microaggressions defined as actions or terms that seem to have no malicious intent but according to some liberal activists should be considered a form of violence. president of the foundation for individual rights in education. greg, nice to see you this morning. we have heard a bunch of comedians recently saying they don't want to go to campuses, jerry seinfeld, chris rock saying they don't want to play it's too politically correct. what's going on in college campuses. >> documentary can we take a joke because we have heard this so consistency. too uptight. free speech so ferociously impossible to make a good joke. >> to be a college student machine date how to think
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than to think freely which i thought cleaning was all about. >> biased free guide. don't say american. instead say u.s. citizen. what's wrong with that? >> well, the argument is that since people from south america are also from the americas that people from south america will be offend dollars if we refer to ourselves as measures. they also gave an example of telling it's problematic language just the term arab which vice president is arabic and he was so immediately calling me what i am is actually itself considered offensive? >> is there any evidence of this discomfort by south americans being offended by this? is is there this large contingency offended? >> not the friends i have talked to. >> you say rich instead of person of material wealth? don't say rich? >> yeah. no. when you look at the way they are supposed -- the way
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you are supposed to talk to people about rich or poor. it's some of the most patronizing insulting language. the idea is to somehow make it easier for poorer student to insult richer students language policing from these people who seem to think well we are the only ones who know how to talk to each other and only people with college degrees should be allowed to talk it each other. >> i didn't know there was a problem with saying senior citizen. according to bias free guide people of advanced age or old people. i don't know how old people is any nicer than senior citizen. not like you are calling somebody a geezer when you say senior citizen. i thought it was tamera of respect. >> exactly. one thing for credit for university of new hampshire. once this got public. this been on the books for a long time. the university president is saying whof we are saying america is offensive, i don't support that which is good. microaggressions is new justification for speech policing all over the country. >> what do you think the larger justification is for this sweeping the country in
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universities all across the country or incidents. >> we will be dealing with microaggressions for a long tomb. new part of a trend. the university of california los angeles, a whole bunch of schools in the uc system passed a program that included language that talked about referring to america as a melting pot was a microaggression. saying someone got a job because of merit is a microaggression. >> good grief. >> thank you for the foundation for individual rights and education. >> stop calling me old. just start calling me person of advanced age. >> i will go get your cane. 28 minutes after the hour. addictive pain killer. fda just okayed oxycontin for kids as young as 11 years old. is this a prescription for danger? >> plus, patients, are you guilty of this? >> what's wasted? >> wasted, kids, is something that happens when you have a hang kerring for ice cream. >> the list of lies you
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>> it's your shot of the morning, folks. this little fellow has a kitten situation on his hands. >> little rider adorablably tough to rangle. >> you can't rally cats. >> why do they have so many cats? the kids call them situation. why do they have so many kittens? hethey are telling me they are not cats yet. calling them situations every time he brings them back to his parents sitting on a blanket. the kittens follow him as he takes off to rangle more. >> i like where they set that up little hidden camera there. >> the parents know what's cute. >> yeah. >> live on a were if a. looks like a farm behind them. >> cats become devious later. as kittens they are still adorable. >> parents, are you guilty of this? there is a you? study out in the journal of developmental science that found that children between the ages of 5, 6, and 7 who herd these type of lies were more likely to cheat and do continue lies later if they
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heard them early in life. >> how about you get a shot and parent tells you don't worry it's not going to hurt. of course it hurts. >> it breaks the trust with the child and the parent. >> another lie you should never tell your kids according to the study. everything is going to be all right. it's inevitable that the children will feel frightened from the world around them whether it's tragedy firsthand or watching the news. they are going to see it to white wash it is not a good idea. they should still watch the news. >> i would have never done that at your age. >> that's a lie. >> of course you would have. that's it. i'm leaving you here. open the door. you are getting out. you are walking home. >> you kids are going to be a bunch of wimps if nobody is just leaving them on the side of the turnpike. >> the problem they say is that it lou them to choose this as a consequence for bad behavior, also it forces separation anxiety from the kids. i'm guilty of it. i said all right you are not coming? we will see you later. no, i'm coming, i'm coming.
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that gets them out the door. it works. >> finally, you are the best. can you overprawz your children? what do you think? >> i think just praising them for random praise. studies we have done on the show prawzing them for your effort is the most important thing you can do not just praising them because they are a little adorable kid. >> they say you should never tell your -- no, no. you shouldn't lie and say that your kid is the best. >> what lies were you told by your parents? we want to hear on facebook or left us up on twitter. >> one the mistakes i have made. my wife and i catching us we tell the children that the large bottle of dark liquor that we drink ever night is a bottle of grape juice that we have every night. >> they might want the grape juice later. >> half truth. >> it's just one glass of wine. >> when your parents tell you making silly faces and everything in all the pictures. you want me to do it again is that why you took the one shot? your face is going to freeze
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like that. don't cross your eyes. >> i drank so much ice tea as a kid. my parents told me it was going to cause me to have holes in my stomach. >> that could happen. >> mom and dad, that was a lie i still love ice tea. >> let us know some of the lies that your folks told you. hit us up on social media. >> almost unimaginable. that's how police are distroying the murder of three people in florida allegedly by an illegal teenage immigrant. 19-year-old brian hyde is charged with killing his aunt, his pregnant cousin, and her boyfriend. all three victims were stabbed several times inside their home. hide who is from belize is being held without bond. concerns about the plague forcing a popular camp site at yosemite national park to shut down. two squirrels just died of the disease at two lomni meadows. the site something closed for five days so the area can be treated with
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insecticide. plague is spread by fleas. a child at the camp site came down with a disease after a visit earlier this summer. pediatric pain pills in the f.d.a. approved limited use of the highly addictive drug oxycontin for children as young as the age of 1 1. powerful pain killer is intended for only the most severe and chronic pain cases. the agency now allowing it to be prescribed to kids 1 is 1 to 16. but only if they have previously been treated with a opioid pain medicine. chick-fil-a in texas may be the best ever. he has been paying his 50 workers for the last five months even though the restaurant was closed for renovations. jeff says he didn't want people to leave without a job. so he kept their checks coming, even giving workers a dollar rauzi forwith the compe restaurant just opened. >> i wonder if they got free chicken nuggets or milk shake. >> rick reichmuth is also a fan of chick-fil-a, is he
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standing by inside with a look at the forecast. >> lots going on this week that's really interesting, including incredible heat across parts of the southwest and huge he will he will neon yes we have been talking about. take a look at the maps to show you what's going on. take a look at the heat. clayton will be impressed with this. phoenix, 3:30 in the morning it's 96 degrees. today you will be going up to 115, 116. incredible heat there across the northeast warm day. we will see scattered showers as a bit of the system drufs through parts of the great lakes. we will see some of those showers down to the southeast. we have rain showers across parts of florida and in the central gulf today. into the plains, stormy conditions can across the far northern plains, maybe severe weather and heat is on in the southwest. 1099 today in tucson. all right, guys, send it back to you inside. >> thanks, rick. you might not know his face but you will soon know his
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>> it's a little brown. a lot of brown going on. >> it's a lot of brown. oval room that's hard to start with i would say it needs a total overhaul. >> next up. last one, i you think we have here. the simpsons. i think i hate everything about it. i would put in one of my couches. obviously. it needs some molding. and the carpet is terrible. >> kyle, thank you so much and being willing to play along with us today. you can catch kyle at kyle shiewlman.com or catch his new line at bed, bath, and beyond. >> check out kyle's book the first apartment for great tips to spruce up any space and as always from all my celebrity interviews check out in the fox light.com or twitter and instagram @ fox light michael. >> may see the simpsons getting a new couch. >> google may have more power than you think.
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think about this the next time you go to log on to research candidates for the 2016 election. a new study says that google search algorithm can actually help steal the presidency. here to explain is dr. robert epstein one of the study's authors and psychologist at the american institute for behavioral research and technology. doctor, nice to he so you this morning. welcome to the show. >> thank you, clayton. so in your studies over the past couple years, how did
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you figure out that people were manipulated by certain negative news stories appearing in search results? you did this, what, in australia to test this out? >> no, no. we have done five big experiments four in the u.s. and one in india right in the middle of a big election there with more than 4,000 people. so, no, we have really studied this very, very carefully. it's a big problem. >> so to be specific, what you were doing was presenting potential members of this study with potential -- with with search results from a fake -- with with a fake search giant, right? and then you would drop in sort of negative news stories into the search queries and you found that that had had a profound effect on the way in which they voted, right? >> well, ronald robertson and i conducted a whole series of experiments showing when biased rankings are shown to people, that if one candidate is made to look better than another in the rankings, that shifts
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the voting preferences of those voters who are undecided and it's a big shut. the biggest shift we found by the way in any group anywhere was among moderate republicans. they are actually the most vulnerable to this kind of manipulation. >> so this idea that the election could be swayed by just simply one negative story, it seems kind of preposterous. but, when you think about it, most people don't even go past the first page of google results at all, right? >> well, that's the problem. and the higher something is ranked, the more people trust it. 50% of all clicks go to the top two items. more than 90% of all clicks go to the first page. and what we have learned is that, you know, if you put something near the top, people believe it and they trust it more than if it's lower on the list. and so the problem here is if google executives or rogue employee or google
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algorithm favors one candidate in search rankings that could easily flip an election. we have computed that upwards of 25% of the world's national elections can be flipped by google's algorithm with with no one knowing that this is being done. >> we saw what facebook did when they started to membership people's minute people's membership people's manipulate news feeds and time lines. >> google's approach to search from the very beginning it would undermine people's trust in our results and company if we were to change course. so google is saying look, we are not manipulating this, do you buy that? >> that's as vegas as can be. -- vague as can be. a meaningless statement. google's algorithm with or without any involvement why google employees, google's algorithm has been affecting the outcome of close elections around the world for years. >> fascinating.
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we heard about google bombs and people trying to get information on to google and trying to trump search results in favor of one candidate or another. fascinating research. we appreciate you sharing it with us this morning. >> thank you. >> still ahead, a life or death situation all caught on camera. a truck driver crashes and stops breathing. this state trooper's desperate attempt to sawf his life is next. and we have all seen and heard those persuasive infomercials. we watch them in the middle of the night, right? which products actually work and which are a waste of money? we are going to separate fact from fiction this morning including the chiptastic.
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vegetables. you put it in. this is great for anyone with very little space. maybe a dorm room in cleaning. can you get at bed, bath, and beyond. i love this one. this works. if you don't want to dies and slice. >> that goes for 19.99? >> we are going to get this one. we proved this one. >> the next one is a chip tastic. now, it comes with a manda lynn slicer. turn guilt-free chips. no oil, no added fat in your microwave in just three minutes. the thing is the manda lynn slicer a little flimsy. >> watch your fingers. >> really be careful. the next step you have to dry each individual piece of potato. >> and then you stick it in this. >> put it in here. >> so do we get this or forget this? >> if you have a lot of time or you have kids, this is a good kid project.
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hi friends, good morning, today is saturday, the 15th of august, 2000 156789 i'm anna kooiman and all eyes on iowa as presidential candidates hit the soapbox at the state fair where lands today jeb bush is not worried. >> my gosh something is happening. >> helicopter landing? >> oh, i'm so worried. no. >> we're live at the iowa state fair in moments. >> and a life or death situation situation all caught on camera. >> don't you die on me. don't you die on me. come on. come on. >> a truck driver crashes and stops breathing. meet the state trooper who saved his life. >> plus, they say the key to resume writing, being truthful. >> we are not generally comfortable in an office setting, i would say. >> i get cooped up. i went go into an office that's ever been used before. >> i am no good for 11:00
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a.m. >> >> this hour break down the biggest resume lies like the guy who said he was a nobel prize winner. that's easy to look up. might not want to put that on there. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> it's long been is said that the key to a man's heart is through his stomach. but there is no ryu search out that the same goes for women. we're ready for romance a little bit more when we have a full belly rather than when we are starving. >> show you how you to make your partner happy with the perfect meal this morning. so excited about that. >> seriously, if you make a meal for your wife, like the goodness lasts for a whole week. >> the gift that keeps on
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giving. >> fantastic. >> does that mean like the leftover food in the refrigerator. >> let your mind wonder. peter doocy is here this morning. >> thanks for having me clayton and anna. >> jampacked show this morning. all eyes on iowa. we want to bring in francesca chambers, the white house correspondent for the daily mail.com tracking everything out there in iowa all the festivities, the corn dogs and funnel cakes and everything. nice to see you this morning, francesca. >> good morning. >> mentioned corning toes and funnel cakes. what's the deal with the butter cow? because trump's big announcement said he is going and he is going to take the chopper there and he is going to see the butter cowell. >> yes. every year at the iowa state fair there is a big cow that is shaped from butter. i haven't had had a chance yet to see it myself. i have been chasing around all these candidates for a couple days. i have had a chance to try the friday foods i have to tell you they are delicious. >> pork chops and the bacon bits and everything else.
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and they are going to be talking politics. taking their turns, going on the soapbox. donald trump and senator rick santorum are going to be the big names today. what are you noticing on the ground so far? >> well, i have mostly been to events so far for other candidates. even those folks who have attended them aren't quite yet committed. they are still looking around. they have told me with with 17 g.o.p. candidates there is a lot to choose from and they still have a lot of time. but everyone i have talked to has said to me that donald trump would not be their first choice and most of them have also said he that he would not be their second choice. though they would support him if he were the g.o.p. nominee. >> jeb bush yesterday said he is not really impressed with donald trump. and when asked whether or not he would be worried whether or not the helicopter would fly in, he said this. and hillary clinton also not impressed. take a listen. >> it's a long haul. not just in iowa, across the board. this is -- we're just at the beginning of this.
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people, a majority of iowaians haven't even begun to consider who they are going to support. i'm not distracted by o my gosh this week, something, something is happening. >> the helicopter landing? >> oh. i'm so worried. no. >> right. >> i know most of the attention these days is on a certain flamboyant frontrunner. but don't let the circus distract you. >> most of the other candidates are just trump without the pizzazz or the hair. >> so how did jeb do yesterday? >> jeb told us he was all in as he spoke to reporters yesterday morning and then walked around the fair. but when he got up on stage, he had a tough time. it was a tough crowd for jeb bush. of he was heck would severing times on his brothers social security and iraq. he has a lot of work to do in iowa where he is he only
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at 5% in the polls here. >> donald trump is doing incredibly well in the polls you say there is another candidate that is getting a lot of buzz. who is that? >> yes. everywhere i have went here. everyone keeps telling me that they like to hear more from john kasich. the ohio governor. now, if you remember, kasich got into the race very late at the end of ziewl. he hasn't had as much time as some of these other candidates to introduce himself to voters. traveling across the country to iowa to new hampshire and south carolina for six, seven, eight months now. voters have told me they liked him in the debate. they thought he was great and they would like to hear more from him. he could present a problem for jeb bush because i will also say the folks who said they wanted to hear more from kasich tended to be bush fans. >> francesca you mentioned jeb bush was heckled earlier. there are democrats at this event. we don't know necessarily if it was the republicans or the democrats heckling. there was this big democratic wing ding where
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hillary, o'malley were speaking. how far do democrats feel about that trio? is there as much excitement on that side? >> >> hillary got an amazing reception last night. she was on fire as she gave her speech. she came to iowa with flair and said she is going to fight for this nomination. she is not going to back down. sanders, unfortunately had to go right after her. she took the wind out of his sales. he was very popular as well. hillary, you know, had the opportunity to go first and the crowd was loving her last night in clear lake, iowa. after sanders was o'malley, as o'malley took the stage, the crowd began to leave after already heard clinton and sanders speak and things were worse for lincoln chafee. by the time lincoln chafee was speaking people were flooding out of event that tells you how at least the iowa voters are feeling about the democratic candace. >> francesca, we want our viewers to hear a little
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sound from hillary clinton. she has had a tough stretch with the investigation into her server but you she is making a joke about it let's listen. >> it's not about benghazi. it's not about emails or servers, either. it's about politics. i have just provided my server to the justice department but here's what i won't do. i won't get down in the mud with them. you know that people across the country are following us on social media as well. by the way, you may have seen that i recently launched a snap chat account. i love it. i love it those messages disappear all by themselves. >> so that sounded like a "saturday night live" sketch when you first hear it. here not being in the room. how did that play in the room last night? >> in the room last night, the crowd loved it, too. they were laughing. he this were clapping for her. she embraced the email scandal. turned it on republicans and at least for that crowd last
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night in clear lake it worked for her. >> interesting. all right. francesca chambers there in iowa for us this morning. white house correspondent from the daily mail. thanks for tracking all of it for us. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> and you know what it is amazing that she is now turning this very serious fbi investigation into a big joke. the "the washington post" had a piece last night that says that her team is officially nervous because they have no idea where this is going to go. >> they are running out of options. >> they are running out of options. they have no idea if their candidate is going to be indicted, especially now that one of the two doj investigators working on this is the same guy who investigated the classified information mishandling of david petraeus, somebody who as recently as a few years ago would have said would make a great presidential candidate or v.p. and ended up on probation with with $100,000 fine that same guy now looking at clinton and she is laughing at it like
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it's nothing. >> and this same investigator, of course, this is what donald trump has been saying all along about david petraeus. what he did was far less of a concern than what hillary clinton may have potentially done. to that "the washington post" piece that you mentioned last night. staff members who are now going to be looked at, they are going to be combining through at the state department through their email accounts to see where these emails originated from. how they managed to go on to this home brewed server. we will get senator rick santorum's take on all of this. he is coming up on our show at 8:00 a.m. he won iowa in 2012. we will talk to him about that. >> you have to remember with this hillary clinton scandal that's going on, these are nonpartisan umpires essentially looking into this. so you can't say it's just those evil republicans. >> it's the same guy doing it who is already basically taken down petraeus. one more really important thing about hillary making a big joke about this. we only know about the email server in the first place because of the benghazi
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committee. benghazi, nothing funny about that four people died. she had on that server classified satellite information that if bad guys got they could use it to kill good guys. we don't know if that happened. we might not ever know if 'it happened. the fact that's a possibility is not funny. >> maybe national security not something to joke about. we will continue covering. this right now we have got to get to this. other stories making headlines starting with extreme weather. great lakes slammed severe storms heavy rain and strong winds causing a staining to collapse at outdoor concert near flint, michigan. band and crowd taking cover. fortunately no one hurt that storm first passed through wisconsin knocking down trees at the pga championship and halting the second round so people could take cover. >> >> winds up to 65 miles per hour toppling tents, score boards and camera towers. no one hurt. alabama police officer pistol whipped with his own gun says he hesitated to shoot because he didn't want
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to become a headline. the unarmed officer who is now recovering at home was mocked on social media after the attack. now, he says is he didn't want to be the latest cop vilified for killing someone unarmed. the suspect janard grabbed the officer's gun after a traffic stop and took off after knocking him unconscious. he is now charged with attempted murder. ohio officer a hero after saving a truck driver after the crash. hear the drama as it unfolds. >> don't you die on me. don't you die on me. come on. come on. 1, 2, 3, 4. >> there you go. there you go. if there we go. good. stay with me. stay with me. all right? stay with me. >> got chills there. trooper spent 12 minutes reviving the man after his truck went off the road back in april. doctors say the trooper's actions are the reason that man survived.
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>> thank you, anna. let's get out to rick reichmuth now. severe weather across the country and tracking it all for us, rick. >> good morning, severe weather, very hot weather to be had as well. and maybe el nino that we are going to be talking about this morning. take a look at the weather map and show you what's going on. temperaturewise, you see that orange spot down across the southwest and that's where the heat is going to be today. it's also going to be across the northern plains, already very warm. 73 right now in rapid city and today the entire high plains are going to be into the 90's. it's a day to stay inside if you can across much of the east we are going to see garden varieties, showers and thunderstorms. not a washout. heavier showers at times down across parts of the gulf. a little bit monsoon act tuft and severe weather across the far northern plains later on today. mostly in the form of wind. not a big tornado day or hail either. take a look at the temperatures. 96 today for high in fargo. 91 in billings. 96 in denver.
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you get the idea. take a look at that, clayton. you will be very impressed 116 in phoenix. >> i always love looking at the phoenix numbers. rick's home. 116. >> don't stay outside for more than five minutes. thanks, rick. we just told you hillary clinton making jokes about email server after it turns up blank. but are people really buying her story? our next guest isn't. >> plus curiosity got the bear stuck in this cat door. look at that. the hilarious picture that's got everybody talking ♪ i am the champion ♪ and you're going to hear me roar at ally bank no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like shopping hungry equals overshopping.
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hey, herb, getting exciting. things starting to heat up. more questions now surrounding hillary clinton's conduct over server. the it company she hired to handle it. keeping it in a private data center in new jersey since 2013. but it's all just a joke to hillary clinton. >> it's not about benghazi. it's not about emails or servers either. i know that people across the country are following us on social media as well. by the way, you may have seen that i recently you launched a snap chat account. i love it. i love it. those messages disappear all by themselves. >> joining us now to react red state.com and fox news contributor eric erickson. hey, eric, is that funny? >> you know, i don't even think hillary clinton sounded like it was funny. it sounded like she was
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asking herself what snap chat was as she was delivering the line. >> how about this? they say the fbi is investigating hillary's conduct and not investigating hillary. are people buying that? >> no. it depends on what the meaning of is. this is all very bill clinton rehashed except hopefully not the type of pictures he would have on snap chat. seriously, hillary clinton playing word games. she found -- they found classified top secret documents on her computer and the response from her campaign was this wasn't mrs. clinton's faulted it's the fault of the person who sent them to mrs. clinton to the email address they had to send them it to because she wasn't using a state department account. these are all word games that are played now. they have got to be very nervous though. you noted the "the washington post" article where one of the prosecutors involved in the petraeus matter is now looking into this. this is far more serious than they want. i think the key to understand it is they are trying to run this out because of the democratic nomination. they think the democrats
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will rally behind hillary if she is the democratic nominee. they think the press will give her a pass the way the press has on a the love things barack obama has done if she is the nominee. they don't care about the general election at this point. she is trying to lock up the democratic demonstration before the worst of it comes out. >> eric, she is now joking about something that has caused her honest and trustworthy numbers to tank completely. if you are sitting out there in your al gore or joe biden or john kerry and you see hillary clinton who is being investigated by the fbi, trying to laugh it off, what do you think? more or less leakily than to say you know what? i'm going to take her on and take her out? >> i think it's a signal of desperation on her part. she is trying to turn this into a punch line to get everybody laughing. but polls show most americans not only aren't laughing but they like her less and less. bernie sanders beating her in new hampshire is amazing. granted, he is the vermont senator next door, but it is amazing bernie sanders is beginning to do well. if if you follow the trend
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lines in the poll averages, her numbers go lower and lower. she was in the 70's and 60's. now she is in the low 50's. joe biden has it to seriously be looking at this race. >> quickly the potential candidates that peter mentioned, al gore, spokeswoman says that he is too focused on climate change and not interested at all. john kerry telling andrea mitchell according to a tweet she put out he is not saying he yes right now but he is not saying that he will never say yes and who was the final one that you had mentioned? >> gore, kerry, biden. >> biden son vacation with his family and he is set is to make a decision. do you think any of the three could potentially get in the race? >> i think joe biden could. the unfortunate thing losing al gore never hear about man pig again. joe biden i think he will definitely be in the race. >> something to watch. eric erickson editor and chief of red state and fnc contributor. appreciate your tomb. this is what is coming up. incredible story of
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welcome back, time for news by the numbers. $23 million. that's how much taxpayers will pay for june's prison break in upstate new york. the price covering overtime pay for officers during the manhunt for richard matt and david sweat. next, 150. that's how many alligators and cron crocodiles a toronto couple was keeping at their home. >> excuse me? >> how would you like to break into that house. the reptiles have since been donated to a local zoo. 56% that's how many americans say they haven't taken a vacation in the last year, saying they are afraid of being he placed by
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someone else at work. >> hard working americans. >> all right. how about this story? incredible survival tale as a new jersey teen spends the night at sea after his jet ski breaks down. >> wow. the engine flooded and ultimately sank. he spent 12 hours adrift clinging to a buie until he was eventually rescued. >> joining us to share that incredible story of survival. emergency medical responder and volunteer junior firefighter. nice to see you bill. >> glad to be here. >> we are glad to have you. you literally got out of hospital, right? >> absolutely. yesterday at 3:00. >> how are you feeling. >> i feel good. i feel great. i'm happy to be home. i have a little bit of muscle aches and everything from swimming but other than that, i feel great. >> we can still see where your iv was from all the fluids. >> i tried washing it off it wouldn't come off last night. >> tell us what happened tuesday. >> tuesday me and my friend
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and his girlfriend were jet skis off the beach in highlands. and i had ran up to my house to get food and some other stuff for us down there. and he was on the wave runner and he never told me anything what he was going to do and he took off for brooklyn to show his girlfriend the skyline and everything up here. now, i call him and he is like well, we have a problem. i just ran out of gas. so i got into his car, and i got some gas cans and drove up to brooklyn and now i wasn't expecting to get back on the wave runner. i had sweatpants on and was not prepared for it and i got up there and he told me that he really didn't want to drive it back. so i wound up getting on the wave runner in brooklyn and leaving from there. and as i was leaving the harbor, i had some problems where i got thrown off the wave runner. i didn't think there was anything wrong with it. but i checked the wave runner, got back up on the wave runner and left for sandy hook.
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i got about two or three miles off the shore of sandy hook where the wave runner started to bog down and started to skip. next thing you know just completely shut off on me. >> oh boy, started taking on water? >> i opened up the back compartment of the seat and all i could see was water. >> where did you see the buoy? >> it was off to the left-hand side of me. and at first that wasn't my plan at all. i just wanted to get in the water and swim to shore. but after i realized i couldn't fight the current, i couldn't, you know, make it past the current, i just went with the current. >> what time of night was this now when you held on to this buoy? >> i left brooklyn 6:30. took me 45 minutes to get there i would say around 7:15, 7:20. >> night fall approaching. nobody in sight. how were you trying to signal for someone to come help you? >> i was blowing a whistle that you are required to wear. and the beach didn't seem too far away but i was blowing a whistle hoping someone would hear me. i was yelling and screaming.
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and then once i got to the buoy i was trying to signal someone with the light. >> night what was going through your head. >> i was concerned i was going to be out there for a little while and no one would actually find me. i had thoughts through my head i wanted to see my family again. he i thought about past actions and thought a lot about life. >> dylan we are so happy you are back in one piece and smiling this morning. are you going to get back on a wave runner or a jet ski? >> god willing, yes. as long as my mom let's me. [ laughter ] >> i tried yesterday but they wouldn't let me. >> nice to see you this morning. thanks so much. >> absolutely. >> well, still ahead, a teenager pinned under his truck and screaming for help. the only one that heard him -- the only thing that heard him was serrie. how that technology saved his life. his i-phone. >> plus, men, listen up. a brand new study says a woman is more open to
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we're not generally comfortable in an office setting,i would say. >> i won't go into an office that's been used before. >> i am no good before 11:00 a.m. >> at least they are honest, right? you should always be your best self at job interview. >> step-brothers. they do eventually get a job interview with that interview strategy. >> it was the tie. >> meanwhile we are outside here. we are going to be showing you some become yard ways to entertain. i love the idea of the backyard movie idea. sitting out with the family getting out here. we are outside for the first time this morning. welcome back to "fox & friends." you know, back-to-school time, college time, people are thinking about their careers and building their resumesment some of the stuff youwork on with your counselors over the time. here are some huge mistakes according to career builder. compile dos and don'ts for building that resume like stepbrothers 62% say they embellished their skills.
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>> which is basically. >> i thought that was the whole point. you are supposed to make yourself sound great. you are trying to get hired. >> not adding extra skills. >> you are not under oath. >> like you are excel spreadsheet wiz. wizard. >> i swear i'm great with with power point. >> 3 9% fiddled dates of employment and job responsibilities boosted by some 54%. 28% lied about their academic degree. that would not be very hard for an employer to look up. >> some the biggest lies on this list from career builder also one applicant claimed that they were a know he bell prize oner. , -- nobel prize winner. >> another applicant claimed to work in a jail when really they were serving time in a jail. >> how is the food there upstate? and then one applicant said that they got fired by accident. >> another application for driving position claimed to have 10 years of experience
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but only his license for four years. >> and an applicant stated that his job history had him in three different companies and cities simultaneously. >> that's just a new economy. to get by you need three jobs in three cities. he i think we should be saluting that guy for saying that. >> he i definitely worked with someone years ago, where he had claimed that he graduated from certain university. and got hired. they looked in and found out that no, he had never actually graduated and never actually went there. put that right on his resume. >> and he got the job? >> different bumper sticker on the back of his station coagulate bon. -- wagon. >> race car driver james campbell jr. killed at a crash at the williams grove speedway in pennsylvania. officials saying he in multicar crash during warm-up. number 31 car slamming into the wall before flipping. >> i have gone to over a
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thousand races and i have never been to one where they needed lifeline. probably one of the probably saddest times i will ever have in my life. >> the speedway has cancelled all events today out of respect for the campbell family. >> saved by siri, apple's iphone technology is credited with helping a teenager pinned under his truck. sam ray was working on his truck when the jack gave way. he was home alone yelling for help when he heard his phone activated in his back pocket. ray managed to shift his weight and tell sire to call 911. he then shouted his address to the dispatcher on the other line. ray broke several ribs but is doing okay this morning. and here's a bear who thinks he is a cat. idaho man snapping a picture of a bear trying to break into the house through the cat door. apparently the momma bear has been at the house before, even once getting inside while the owner was on vacation. another time she and her
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cubs made it into the man's balcony to munch on some bird feed. he is he just hungry. >> in the picture before didn't look concerned at all. >> i'm inside. like garfield. >> hey, rick is standing by outside. >> let those strange animal friends. do you ever watch those shows on animal planet or something where like these random animals become friends animals that shouldn't be friends with each other the odd couple. >> like the gorilla and the kitten. >> you may not know, clayton but a lot of the viewers know what i'm talking about. take a look at the map across the northeast. put the map in motion. starting off with a nice day. we are going to start to see the heat return across the northeast today. a lot of areas this week well into the 90's and the humidity is back. i hate to tell you. but today things kind of beginning of that process. down it the southeast, we are going to be watching some very warm temperatures. garden variety showers and maybe a few thunderstorms across the area. nothing that's going to be a
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washout for anyone's day. into the northern plains, heat also building especially across the western side of your picture here and severe weather firing late in the afternoon across parts of south dakota, north dakota and eventually into minnesota. watch out for that primarily some very strong winds. out across areas of the west we will see a few monsoonal showers pop up in the four corners. heat a problem across much of the colorado river valley. send it back over to you. >> thanks some. we all know the way to a man's heart is through a stomach but what about a woman? >> lobster with crab and seafood stuffing. >> yum. >> yum. i'm jealous. >> thank you. according to a new study, food works for women, too. >> personal of which and author of cooking in boxers chef mark bailey, executive chef max brenner chef cassie guy hamilton. nice to see both of you this morning. >> welcome. >> nice to see you. >> women can be wooed by
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food. >> yes. >> definitely. breakfast guru, it's all about for me presentation. >> start first thing in the morning is what you are saying? >> yes. i'm being presumptuous you are spending the night. i think you have to have a sexy dish. >> presentable. >> first of all, crabs benedict with spinach is a sexy dish all together. drizzle things like with sauces and stuff like that always work very well. look at that. >> bring it up on the plate and do it in front of her. >> definitely. >> finger food as well. strawberries with yogurt. any time you use your fingers sexy going on. minimum mows is mimimosa. who is not going to fall in love when they get a tray like that in bed. >> chef, what would you do if you wanted to woo your man? >> feed him desert. they often say they don't like desert. it's not true. >> maybe it's a selfish thing because we love desert. >> they like desert, trust
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me. >> you guys get to eat it. that's the problem. >> we get to eat it sundae with gram crackers vanilla and chocolate ice cream. wow him with the homemade fudge sauce. >> you can do it. >> just like this? >> yeah. >> what was in that syringe before the chocolate? >> it was just waiting for the fudge. >> what is this one? >> peanut butter. here you go. >> it's probably the best sundae ever. >> wow. >> oh, yeah. okay. >> and you want a little crunch, too. we have toasted hazel nuts right here. and then we also have cereal coated balls that are chocolate coated and delicious. >> these are easy to make at home, too, right? >> super easy. >> buy these at max brenner. >> have this at max brenner. buy these ingredients and make the homemade fudge to make that little touch. >> all i have to do to make somebody fall in love with
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me is make them this breakfast and then instead of saying hey, are you going to finish that just wait until it's all gone? >> all gone, exactly. >> eat that whole thing. all right. thank you very much. a major health scare for actress sharon stone of the breaking hollywood details next. >> parents, are you guilty of this? >> what's wasted? >> wasting, kids, is something that happens when you have a hang hank kerring for ice cream. >> up next, the eyes you should never tell your children tell them you love ice cream. ice cream hangover.
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some of the effects included a studder, a loss of feeling in her left leg and a change to her allergies: and it's tebow time in philly. tim tebow will play during the eagles' preseason game against the colts. sam braxton is recovering from a knee surgery. then there is this. parents grab your kids. new plot for toy story four. the movie due out in 2017. will be be a love story between woody and bo peep. clayton? >> thanks, peter. >> not uncommon for parents
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to tell little white lies to their children. >> what's wasted? >> wasted, kids, is something that happens when you have a hang -- hankering for ice cream. >> some lies do more damage than you might think. >> five lives you should never tell your children, child and family therapist darby fox. thanks for joining us this morning. >> good morning. >> start with the first one here. when parents tell they go to the doctor's office and get the shots and tell the child it won't hurt. this is a lie and it has consequences. >> well, it's important to be honest because it will hurt. so you want to say to them you're going to be able to get through this or it's not too bad. it won't last long and give them the real idea instead of get the idea it's not going to hurt and it does hurt and not adequate. we don't want to start with that. >> sugar coating a child's which is the next one, everything is going to be all right. just telling the child
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severing going to be all right. >> the problem with that is, we can't always guarantee that and as they get older and they realize that everything is not going to be all right. then they think again something is wrong or the world is really insecure and they don't know who to trust or how to deal with with that? >> what about this one? we're all guilty of this. i would have never done that at your age. i mean, that's a bald faced lie, right? because we have all done the stuff that our kids have done. >> and we will all make those mistakes again. but, it's important because then, again, you are reiterating your inadequate. like i wouldn't have done that and circumstances are different. the whole world is different. so, again, you are making your child think they are not quite good enough. that's in the a great way to build your relationship. >> now, this next one i know is bad. and i still do it because sometimes it's the only way to get your 3-year-old to leave the store or are to leave wherever you are. that's the -- that's it i'm leaving you here comment that you make. >> that one we always try and threaten but it's not great. what you would rather do is say before you go in to the
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store, you know. i need you to -- we will get through this quickly. if we do, we can go to the park. give them a consequence and set up what they can -- the parameters of what's okay and what's not. >> or set ising a timer also seems to work. >> exactly. >> when they hear the timer. >> when the buzzer goes off. >> the timer is going off. good, thank you for listening. >> all right. number five here on the list. you are the best. so overpraising our children. this can have profound effects on them. >> i think we are all guilty of it at some time saying oh, you are the best. when we do that continually, we're setting them up. they aren't going to be the best. they aren't going to be the best at many things they don't know what's happened when they're not the best anymore and they don't have the fortitude to deal with that we want to set them up for you want to praise their effort or perseverance like your work, your ethic that kind of thing as owe opposed to just how good they are less willing to take.
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>> they don't build up any sort of resilience. they don't know what to do when they are not the best. often they will just give up or they will blame someone else. you will see them going some other direction. we want to make sure we definitely are praising their effort or perseverance. >> these little white lies can actually be much bigger than we think they are? >> they add up kids model behavior. that's how they turn. they internalize it and say you know what? they say don't lie but my dad said this or did that. and they will pick up on that. so then that's where they don't -- it becomes a problem. >> fascinating. darby fox, we appreciate you joining us this morning. thank you so much. >> thank you for having me. >> still ahead. he won in iowa in 2012. but will rick santorum's message this time around get him the votes he needs to get to the white house? he is going to join us live coming up at the top of the hour. plus, one of the worst winters on record for buffalo. the city at a stand still thanks to the snow. now nine months later there
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purryed under 7 feet of snow last november. >> nine months later hospitals are bracing for a baby boom and flow of about 30% more expect tantd mothers. why is that? >> joining us now is the head of maternity at mercy hospital in buffalo, mary ann murphy.
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nice to have you on the show this morning. mary. how are you going to handle all these babies? >> we are absolutely prepared. i have a wonderful team who has been absolutely wonderful in dealing with all of our increase in census. and they are a great group of professionals. >> good deal. i hope so. mary, you know, it's just like the song lyrics to that christmas carol, baby, it's cold outside. your hands are just like ice. baby, it's nice. come listen to the fireplace roar. is this something you see after other types of natural disasters, even, did you see this after hurricane sandy or anything else? >> we were not affected by hurricane sandy but we certainly have seen this in the past. human nature definitely does preduring times of stress. and when people are stuck inside, it has we reap wonderful benefits nine months later. >> one of the stories i saw about this in way upstate new york where you are.
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people coming in and saying we had nothing else to do. nowhere else to go. do you like to hear thatted in the maternity ward normally now, hey, here is your baby, are you happy? well, we had nothing else to do. >> well, you know what? everybody -- i have laughed for years and said the circumstances of the conception are generally none of our business. we view every baby and every family individually and as an sleuth miracle. and these babies certainly have a great story to tell. for their entire lives. to be able to say that they, you know, we could actually pinpoint a particular situation that absolutely led to their being. it's really a very cool scenario. >> buried under 7 feet of snow. many people without power, of course, you know, you need to stay warm. >> without a doubt. >> i have to ask you, how many numbers, what kind of numbers are we talking about here? do you have an idea of how many babies you are going to see? >> absolutely. we have wonderful physicians
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who absolutely give us their intended births for the months. on an average day just give you an example on an average day we do about six deliveries. in the past weeks, we have had had many days where we have done 14, 16 deliveries. yesterday, no exception. we had 12 babies born. >> the carve out in buffalo is going to be out of birthday cakes every august forever. >> this will definitely be our biggest month this year. >> well, thanks. and congrats. you guys have a great hospital system up there. by the way i happen to know that great job up there and taking care of all of these babies. >> wonderful. >> thanks, mary. >> thank you so much. >> coming up, it's the story that has a lot of people fired up this morning. an addictive pain killer the fda just okayed for kids as young as 11 years old. oxycontin. is it a danger? >> and he won iowa in 2012. will rick santorum's message this time around get him the
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be an american ♪ where at least i know i'm free ♪ and i won't forget. >> the more on the video that will make your saturday. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ everybody have fun tonight. ♪ everybody wang chung tonight. >> good morning, welcome in to "fox & friends" weekend. who needs to spend 15 bucks for a movie ticket? >> i want this in backyard. the kids go out back. we will show you how to do your own movie night in your backyard. throw out some pillows, make some popcorn. that's cool disw inflate a giant movie screen that's right there in the corner. >> get some speakers set up. >> annoy the neighborhood. >> annoy the neighbors who are not into movies. there is always a few of those. >> peter doocy thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. >> start with extreme weather.
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heavy rain and strong winds slamming the great lakes, causing a stage to collapse at outdoor concert near flint, michigan. the band and crowd taking cover. no one was hurt. and in wisconsin, storms knocking down trees at the pga championship and halting the second round so people could take cover. >> >> winds up to 65 miles per hour toppling score boards and camera towers. fortunately no one hurt there. new overnight. were sprint car driver james campbell jr. killed at the crash at the williams grove speedway in pennsylvania. officials saying he was involved in multicar crash during warm-ups. his number 31 car slamming into the wall before flipping. >> i have gone to over 1,000 races. and i have never been to one where they needed lifeline. probably one of the saddest times i will ever have in my life. >> the speedway has cancelled all events for today out of respect for the campbell family.
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and a almost unimaginable. that's how police are describing the murder of three people in florida allegedly by an illegal teenage immigrant. 19-year-old brian hide, charged with killing his aunt, his pregnant cousin, and her boyfriend. all three victims were stabbed several times inside their home. hide, who is from belize is being held without bond. >> owner chick-fil-a in texas best boss ever. paying workers last five months even though the restaurant was closed for renovations. he didn't want folks to leave and not have a job, so he kept their checks coming even giving workers a dollar raise for staying with the company. the restaurant just reopened. >> another reason to love chick-fil-a. >> including their waffle fries. let's check in with rick reichmuth who is outside. >> you meant to say chicken biscuit. >> the mini biscuit. >> that's exactly it a lot going on including
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incredibly hot temperatures. take a look at the maps. you might think arizona you get hot. this time of year you don't often get this hot heat indices 110 to 120. often across much of colorado valley. some spots maybe filling up to 125. already you are at 93 in phoenix. also warm up across the far northern plains and very warm throughout the day today. precipitation wise, a lot of the east coast is looking really pretty good again. we are going to start to see a warm-up and we will see a few scattered showers along with that humidity returns. and along with that then you see some scattered showers and thunderstorms pop up. today, primarily across the central gulf, that will be the same story for tomorrow. and then by the afternoon, we will see a little bit more of the monsoonal activity kick up across the southwest and severe weather far northern plains, mostly some wind. also cool temperatures down eventually today 96 degrees in fargo. it's very hot and it's very humid tomorrow that front begins to move through. and you see a high of 81. but you will also notice you
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will continue to remain warm in the southwest and still hot down across parts of the south. 97 in dallas, the next couple of days. guys, send it back to you inside. >> like 90 degrees out in iowa today, right? >> a hot and humid one. >> the butter cow might melt. >> chocolate covered bacon, too. >> we are talking about all the candidates out in iowa. donald trump flying into iowa today to rally voters. rick santorum. >> on a helicopter. >> who won the iowa caucuses in 2012, we are going to talk to him in mere moments to see if his strategy has changed at all. seems like all eyes were on hillary and the comments that she made last night about the email scandal, which, by the way, the fbi now investigating. looking into the path of these emails. and where they are coming from. and how they managed to get to her private servers. and also looking at whether or not democrats right now are sort of scrambling behind the scenes to perhaps, if this goes down in flames to pick another candidate. >> she has had a tough
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stretch here with these scandals surrounding her. she says benghazi four innocent americans being killed and he email server scandal isn't about national security. no, it's about politics and those evil republicans. listen to this: >> it's not about benghazi. it's not about emails or servers, either. it's about politics. i have just provided my server to the justice department but here's what i won't do. i won't get down in the mud with them. i know that people across the country are following us on social media as well way the way, you may have seen that i recently launched a snap chat account. i love it. i love it. those messages disappear all by themselves. >> they hope you don't have to wipe it clean before you hand over the server to the fbi. >> what's she laughing about though that she thinks she can trick people into thinking she knows what snap chat is because we know from the emails that she let us
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see so graciously that she doesn't know how to work a fax machine and doesn't know how to email. something else though about her laughing off the email scandal. the "the washington post" says her team is very nerve because because they don't know where it's going to go. we only know about the email scandal because of the benghazi committee. there is nothing funny about benghazi. four americans died there and she had, we now know, information on that server, top secret information, about that if bad guys got their hands on, they could crews it to harm or kill good guys. did that happen? we don't know. will we ever know? maybe not. >> well, donald trump thinks this is no laughing matter. if he asked -- who he could possibly face in 2016 during the general election, he thinks this is much bigger deal than what general petraeus went through and of course ended his career. this is a much bigger deal, could this, in fact, lead to another candidate? could donald trump, as he says, maybe facing vice president joe biden in the general election, instead of hillary clinton?
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>> yeah, there has been some chat that it could be vice president joe biden. is he apparently vacationing with his family and he is going to make a decision some time next month on that. also, some talk about al gore. a spokeswoman came forward and said no, he is he more interested in climate change. is he not interested in running. how about secretary of state john kerry andrea mitchell viewed him -- interviewed him he tweeted out he is not saying he will never say yes. >> democrats love to recycle can. they now they are recycling candidates who have tried and failed. some people who have lost before. why would they think now oh she is having problems. let's go back to gore who didn't work in 2000 or kerry, maybe, who didn't work in 2004. >> a lot of trembling. >> maybe in recent history democrats have done this recycling we have seen obviously hillary clinton running again now. but it was always republicans who managed to have guys who los elections, lost elections and then won like nixon and republicans seem to be
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willing to give folk as second chance. >> why don't more democrats want to run? with the republican field, with all due respect to some of the people in the field, there are some people on the primary ballots who nobody has ever heard of before. and then there is like five people who just keep running for president on the democratic side. why don't more democrats want to be president? >> it's a good question. president obama meanwhile is -- his quest to close guantanamo bay could be taking a dangerous turn. >> listen to this. the department of defense scouting possible locations to keep these terrorists inside the united states. >> kristen fisher is live in our washington bureau with the details. kristen? >> good morning. just to be clear. we are talking about be the potential transfer of prisoners at guantanamo bay, terrorists or potential terrorists to military bases on u.s. soil. specifically, fort leavenworth in kansas and the naval bringing in charleston, south carolina. lawmakers on capitol hill say they received a letter yesterday from the pentagon informing them of site surveys at both of those
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take to the different counties all around iowa. has your strategy changed? are you focusing more on different issues this time that will resonate more with voters? >> well, look, i'm a candidate that talks about all the issues because there are so many important issues facing this country from iran and iran deal and isis and trying to defeat isis and what we bring as a unique experience there as someone who has been battling against the nuclear iran, author of the iranian sanctions ten years ago. i'm the only candidate in
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this race featured on isis magazine labeled an enemy of isis. so they know who i am. i know who they are. i have been working this issue for a long time. that's a very high priority issue for the people of iowa and frankly across the country. we have a lot of issues. senator santorum. you won in that state four years ago. so what happened? did the people in iowa just forget about you or have times changed? has the climate just completely different now? >> well, as i think all of you know, after the 2012 race. we went out and went back -- i went back to work. i have seven kids and going through college and other types of things. so i had to go get a job and work for a living and, you know, i didn't spend the last four years running for president. i decided earleier i would
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have to start over again. we are out here doing what we did last time. building a grass roots organization. letting people know we are back. and that we have something positive to offer to get this country back on the right track. both from the standpoint of our national security. the cultural issues, frankly, are probably more important now than they were four years ago with the planned parenthood videos, with the supreme court has done on marriage. and i think people are looking for someone who is willing to stand up on all of these issues and articulate the values that made our country great and restore them so we can have a prosperous and good and free and safe country again. >> senator, you said one of the reasons you went back to work you weren't running for president. outsider, donald trump, business mogul has been working too and reality show and all of that is he making huge waves. his poll numbers are through the roof. is he going to be coming in on a helicopter today. i want to get your take on the sound bite of him yesterday in new hampshire slamming some of the g.o.p. contenders. listen to this. >> i have been attacked now by perry of texas, and he
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went bing like a rocket ship except in the wrong direction. i was attacked by lindsey graham and he had two points and now he has zero. now, rand paul has very few points but i think he is going down, too. i will say one further thing about rand paul then let's not waste a lot of time. rand paul is using the people of kentucky. either run for senate, and do a good job. or run for president. you don't run for president and, by the way, if i don't make at this will become your senator reluctantly. >> a lot of people said this is the summer of the shark. donald trump said it's the summer of trump. is is the wave going to crash? >> what i found out that four years ago there was a poll taken i think yesterday four years ago that had rick perry at 29% and mitt romney at 18 and michele bachmann at 12. i was at 1%. tied for last with john huntsman and four months later i won the iowa caucuses. what i know about iowa and
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what i know about politics is what happens in august generally stays in august. this is a long, long race. there is going to be a lot of more focus on the issues. what candidates stand for. what their record is is what they want to accomplish. i know the people of iowa pretty well. and new hampshire likewise. they will get down to serious discussions about who should be president of the united states. not who is someone that might be an interesting figure that might be a, you know, someone to pay attention to for a while. >> senator, the two men at the top of the republican rankings in iowa right now. trump and carson, neither one of them has a day of political experience. that seems to be what people like right now. you can never claim that. so how would you go about trying to take some of that support away and try to convince them that somebody who has been in washington for years who has been a politician for a long time that they have known for a long time, should get their support instead?
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>> well, i have been outside of government for almost 10 years. and i'm as frustrated as they are about the workings of government. i think it's important. you know, i'm not going to come to somebody and say, you know, let me do your heart surgery or, you know, let me manage your fortune 500 business youment someone who has experience to be able to accomplish some things to get things going. we have had experience with someone cominged into the white house recently that had very little experience and hasn't worked out very well for this country. we are a country that's on the precipice of war, i believe, in the middle east. we have very aggressive neighbors to the south and i believe -- even though president obama has established diplomatic relations with cuba. cuba is turning the entire southern hemisphere against the united states. we have serious problems here. and we need someone who has experience of getting things done. and i'm the only person in this race who has a strong record of accomplishment as an outsider in washington, d.c.
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welcome back. a powerful pain killer has been given the green light by the f.d.a. for the use in some pediatric patients as young as is 1 years old. oxycontin has reputation of being highly addictive. so is this the right way to go or is it too dangerous? joining us now for a debate is psychiatrist and fox news contributor dr. keith ablow. also joining us is the author of shear madness, andrew mckenna. he is also a veteran marine corps officer and former justice department prosecutor and recovering objection i oxy addict.
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i want to start with you. you think it's a bad idea, why? >> it's a terrible move. it's another example of big pharm trying to find new customers. targeting this to preteens and teens. the most vulnerable group probably in our society in terms of addiction to opiates and often leading to abuse and use of heroin. we know. this it's an epidemic in our country. and nobody is asking the question were doctors clamoring prior to thursday's prowment for powerful drugs for preteens. >> doctor, were doctors clamoring for more powerful drugs for preteens and what about the point that he makes that just how addictive these drugs can be? >> well, listen, clayton, intense chronic pain is absolutely something for which doctors need new weapons and, yes, there are some potential addiction issues here.
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but is 1 and 12-year-olds hitting the street to buy heroin, i don't think so. with all due respect. >> doctor, i have to jump in here. >> with all due respect to attorney mckenna. >> let me just finish. you don't need to jump in let me finish. i will let you go because i'm the professional here so you go right ahead. >> this is the reality, doctor. and we know that middle school students are bringing in prescription drugs that they typically get from this medicine cabinets prescribed by doctors. now i don't know if psychiatrists prescribe oxycontin or not. i'm not aware of that i have withdrawn from oxycontin. i was 30 years old. >> you bought heroin on the streets and broke the law many times, didn't you. >> that's absolutely true. can you cross-examine me all you want and i wrote a book about it and i'm traveling the country talking to different groups about it and i'm not just a talking head with with all due respect. okay, so that led me, when the doctor said no more oxycontin, it is such a powerful drug, that i had to
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do something. >> had you to? how about detox? did you detox? >> you are a layperson when it comes to this. >> no, i'm a psychiatrist. >> unfortunately, have you never experienced the reality and the pain of oxycontin. >> i go through it with patients all the time. >> but in reality. >> when i was a reporter in to cover the oxycontin epidemic down there and interviewed oxycontin addicts. it's was a horrible horrible time to watch these addicts go through. this. >> it's terrible. >> answer that specific question about these young kids getting access. and that's where a lot of these kids i interviewed in west virginia were getting access to these drugs. >> right. >> it's all well and good until it's your kid. and if you have a child with complex regional pain syndrome or cluster headaches or cancer, you would be asking the doctor, you can relieve my child's suffering? it's very nice for attorney mckenna to come up here and say listen, i was addicted to heroin. listen, i would like to hear your life story before the addiction to heroin and some of the factors that may i
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have led to that emotionally. bottom line is it's all well and good to talk public policy, but, when your kid is the one who can't cope, who is suffering from unbearable pain, big pharm is your friend. nice to paint them with black hats. they cure illnesses. they aren't devils, they're entrepreneurs who cure illnesses and you are doing disservice. >> what if it was your kid that had had this chronic pain. >> there are other ways to treat connick pain. currently fentanyl patches are available for children. >> that's another opiate. >> entirely monitored and careful situations and i think the prescription would be okay. i think it would have to be in a hospital setting or hospice setting and either that or. >> you think until your kid at home. >> very very involved in the children's lives and make sure that they don't fall into the wrong hands. >> dr. ablow. >> that's reality. >> dr. ablow, quick final
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word. >> quick final word is, you know, public policy is great. but personal experiences is important, too. don't disempower doctors. give them the tools they need. let them make their decisions. >> if they are responsible decisions. >> if they are responsible doctors. >> fascinating debate, gentlemen. thanks dr. ablow, thanks andrew for joining us this morning. >> a pleasure. >> i would love to hear your thoughts on it go to our facebook page ff weekend and weigh in on this debate. fascinating. we will read your responses later on in the show. coming up here america at its best. a beach business honoring our nation every single day like this. ♪ and i'm proud to be an american ♪ where at loos i know i'm free. >> where is that? we'll find out. morph of the video that will make your saturday. then, hate crowded theaters? well bring the movies home to you. up next, how you can create the perfect outdoor movie night in your own backyard. ♪ i sure had a lot on my mind when i got out of the hospital
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this isn't to be who is auditioning to be head of the next reality show. this is who is going to be the next president of the united states. i know i'm up to that job. that's why i'm running. >> he is he is striking a chord. with trump leading in the polls, could g.o.p. candidates need to start tweaking their messages to keep up. joining us is former new york governor and 2016idential e george pa tacky. nice to see you this morning, governor. >> good being with you. >> well, you know, donald trump flying into iowa today and all eyes will be on his helicopter as it approaches. jeb bush was asked this question yesterday. is he paying much attention to it? he said it's still early in the race and this is a side show right now. yet, is he still crushing it right now in the polls and donald trump out on the stump is happy to tell others these guys have zero in the polls. these guys have 1% in the polls. it may be a reality show, is he leading right now. what do you say about that? >> well, part of it is it's all you talk about. you turn on the media, you want to find out what's happening with isis is.
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you want to find out what's happening with the american economy. and all you hear about is trump flying in on a helicopter to the iowa state fair. to be honest. he has tapped into a sense that washington is out of control and that it doesn't matter which party is in control, things don't seem to change. but that's why i'm running. because you have to not just win the election. you have to be able to actually change washington. and i know i can do that because they had the same complaint about new york. nothing ever seems to change. i got elected with an overwhelmingly democratic state assembly. i put in place sweeping changes in the most blue state in america. i know i can do it in washington. people want that. and that's why i'm running. >> people want to change washington. so, to your point, i mean, do you think a governor, a former governor would be the best choice for the g.o.p. nod coming in to 2016 because of that executive experience and being a washington outsider? >> well, anna, you know, in my self-interest to say it
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welcome back. we're testing some more pretty persuasive info mmercials to determine if you should get it or forget it. anna, welcome back.
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we're eyeing your breakfast sandwich maker. >> let's separate the fact from fiction. this is from hamilton beach. it's their breakfast sand witch maker. eventually what you do, you start with some english muffins, you put it on the bottom reservoir. you can top it with some meat. you close it, the second reservoir you put an egg and top wit the top of an english muffin. you let it sit for 45 minutes. anyone in a dorm room, has very little space and is a commuter. >> hot. >> it's super hot. but it starts to cook the egg. what's really cool is you slide this across -- >> it looks -- >> and the egg comes down onto the sand -- >> like something on the jetsons in the morning. or back to the future. get it or forget it? >> get it. it's amazing. i love this. you can get it at bed bath & beyond. it's crispy on both side. >> more eggs.
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>> i've always thought who needs egg that fast you have to put them in the microwave? that's what this does? >> you probably don't want to put all your eggs into one basket and probably not into the eggtastic. the premise is you're able to cook one egg per minute. you can put up to four eggs in here but it tells you it will be fluffy scrambled eggs. >> it looks gross. >> it looks gray and it's not really scrambled. it cooks and then you have to scramble it with a fork after it's cooked. >> that's the forget it one. >> i said forget it. >> what is this doing? >> okay. this is the vegetti pro. i love this. what we do is you put a zucchini or a squash, then you start to spril. >> we did this with this. this from this. >> right. so the idea here is you can make healthy -- >> so we'll get this.
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>> we can get this at walmart. >> here's the one i've been wanting. i see this commercial and i say i want this. toucan. >> you push the button. it has a magnet -- >> you don't eve haven't to hold it? >> you don't. it's a can-do. >> man, they have thought of everything. >> the cool thing about that one is it doesn't leave sharp edges and it works on round cans and any sort of shaped can. it goes around by itself. >> all shapes and sizes of cans. >> you can get your housework done while this is going. >> you can make a sandwich. >> if you think we're going to stop opening cans because we go to commercial, you are wrong. anna dasu sa, thank you very much. >> you can pop it right off. >> it's going to be our first taste of the day. still ahead, forget gitmo. just bring those terror detainees to america? there is a push to do that.
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is that a good idea? all eyes on iowa today as the presidential candidates hit the soapbox. carl cameron is live from the state fair with the latest campaign news and fried food. ♪ love
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hey, everybody. let's get up. let's get moving. i'm koanna kooiman. all eyes on iowa, where donald trump lands today. >> it's the summer of trump. they're calling it the summer of trump. >> hillary clinton will be there as well. what happens if they run into one another? we're live from the state fair where our "campaign" carl cameron has the latest news from the trail. >> plus, a woman viciously attacked by a gator.
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>> the chilling 911 calls just released and an update on her condition ahead. >> and do negative people make you sick? well, fear no more because we have the tips to turn up the positivity in your life. live this hour. "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. ♪ hot time in the summertime hot sun in the summertime ♪ >> birth tay parties and block par tis and family reunions, plan a movie night in your own backyard and invite all your loved ones. >> or if you have a family reunion in midtown scheduled for today just bring them by in the next hour. >> the lovely and talented gabby reese will be here on the show as well. super excited about that. >> she's stunning, yes.
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you're at a loss for words. >> i got to see her play volleyball many years ago in los angeles. i was at a loss for words then and i'm sure i will be today. peter taosy is here. big news in iowa. >> and it's another day of fried food and politics. >> five candidates visit the fair to mingle with hawkeye state voters and maybe get something to eat. >> fox news chief political correspondent carl cameron is live at the fair in december moin moines. good morning. >> reporter: they'll probably get lots of something to eat. if they don't, they blow it. you have to eat some kind of food, shake a lot of hands and if you're running for president do wit a smile on your face not wi withstanding higher than 90-degree heat and massive crowd. today the headliners are hillary clinton and donald trump. the first saturday of a ten-day
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fair. this is one of the days of the biggest attendance here. there's probably somewhere in the neighborhood of 120,000 people will come through the gates. it will be a million by the time it's all done at the end of the ten days. to put it in context, that's about how many people are going to vote in the republican caucus here in iowa and perhaps as many as 150,000 or 170,000 democrats. so there's an awful lot of folks here who really matter and hillary clinton sort of stet seth the stage last night because she knows she's going to be sharing the fair grounds with donald trump today as well as rick santorum whob on the so pitch. she gave everybody a stiff-armed shiver letting the republicans know she's not going to take any of it from them, essentially saying any criticism of her is rank partisanship and should be dismissed as political sniping and not really serious. take a listen to this. >> i won't pretend that this is anything other than what it is,
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the same old partisan games we see so many times before. so i don't care how many sup superpacs and republicans pile on. i've been fighting for families and underdogs my entire life, and i'm not going to stop now. i know most of the attention these days is on a certain flamboyant front-runner. but don't let the circus distract you. if you look at their policies, most of the other candidates are just trump without the pizazz or the hair. >> hillary clinton on the eve of her appearance at the iowa state fair. she'll be here about 10:30 this morning. that's when she's expected to arrive. there will be a huge ent ranl, lots of press. it will clog a lot of the streets here in the fair which are already filled with people and by the end of the day they'll be elbow to elbow and then comes donald trump around 12:30. he'll fly on his private plane
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from laguardia to here. from there his chopper, having already been delivered for him, will then bring him from the airport in des moines here to a landing patch just outside the gates of the fair grounds. then he'll walk around. and the speculation about what does donald trump wear at the state fair, what does hillary clinton wear at the state fair? will she wear ferragamos or sneakers? will trump wear the hat that says "make america great" again? will he go capless? will he wear comfortable shoes? will he take off a suit and put on some slacks and maybe a jersey? this is where political journalism takes us when you get to the iowa state fair. >> it's not just about the food and what people are wearing. iowa is very important. some people are going, man, the caucus is six months out. why are all eye on the hawkeye state right now? why is it so important? tell us about the organization. break it down. >> well, we're six months out from the iowa caucuses. they'll take place in february. they start the process. everybody says that the presidential campaign is a marathon not a sprint.
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once the voting starts it's very much going to be a sprint next year. more than half the delegates for the nomination will be selected in less than 6 1/2 weeks. but the campaign to get to next february actually started more than a year and a half ago. for some of these candidates it was in the case of rick santorum, it started long before the 2012 campaign. in the case of mike huckabee, he ran in 2008 and some have been at it literally all of their adult lives, aspiring to this. the pomp and circumstance, the glad handing, what's often referred to as retail politicking, seems trivial as prom king or queen contest, but it's not. people in iowa, people in new hampshire are very, very demanding and discerning because they're accustomed to seeing the candidates in circumstances like this where they're just another person at the fair or at least they'll try to be. and how they communicate, how up front they are, how quick they are to answer a question without a lot of political rhetoric is a huge part of the test. the policy debates frankly are
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often ironed out between the candidates themselves, at debates, arguing through the media with who's got the better policy, whether it's inter-republican battling or democrat on democrat, same thing that bernie sanders has been doing to hillary clinton, same sort of thing many of the candidates have been doing to jeb bush and lot of candidates are now trying to do to donald trump because he's the front-runner. that's the nature of this. the policy debate often slushes out a lot of the differences but the personal character, the morality, the affability, whether they can get along with anybody, you have to eat a corn dog to get to that. >> one of the big irk shoes was the straw poll. they got rid of that this year. last year michele bachmann won it, and she was making headline. it used to be used to knock out some of those lower-tier candidates but with a field this large this time around, is getting rid of the straw poll there a smart move? >> sure. well, i mean, you could argue
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that for any political party or political exercise to end an event that brings 40,000 people together no one place to talk politics for a weekend seems counterproductive. that's what they did. 30,000 to 40,000 people would get together for a weekend, talk politics, hear speeches and at the end have an unofficial vote. when you consider that the republican caucuses will max out and break a record with 120,000 in turnout, to get 30,000 or 40,000 people on one university campus to talk politics, that's an incredible sample of where the sentiment of the iowa republican caucus is at exactly this time of year. it used to be in the first week of august. and it had been around for a number of cycles. it was totally undeterminative in terms of the winner. in fact,s the never, ever right. one time the straw poll, i think george w. bush, was the only guy who won the straw poll and went on to win both in iowa and the nomination and ultimately the presidency. what it did do was in the words of the vernacular, political
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parlance, it winnowed the field. takes ten candidates, knocks it down to six or seven, a manageable number. think about being in iowa if you're an earnest young kid getting the first chance to vote at 18 years old. there are tons at the field. i met a 12-year-old yesterday who rattled off all 17 names. these kids are serious. they have to look at 17 kids? that's going to be harder than any social studies test they'll have. this is serious business. >> carl, really quick, i'm looking at the list of the new food there at the fair. i want to know what you are going to have before the lines get really long. i see the apple pie on a stick, the chocolate covered chunky bacon maple nougat on a stick. >> did that yesterday. did that yesterday. but that second one you talked about, the chocolate cover theed thing, did it yesterday. it was pretty good. hard to finish. a lot of sugar. >> campaign carl. thank you. nine minutes after the hour.
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other stories making headlines on your saturday morning. extreme weather, severe storms sweeping through the great lakes, michigan, heavy rain and strong winds kaucaused a stage collapse at an outdoor concert in flint, michigan. fortunately, no one hurt. in wisconsin, storms knocking down trees at the pga championship and halting the second round so people could take cover. wind up to 65 miles an hour toppling tents, scoreboards, and camera towers. no one hurt. and almost unimaginable. that's how police are describing the murder of three people in florida allegedly by an illegal teenage immigrant. 19-year-old brian hyde is charged with killing his aunt, his pregnant cousin, and her boyfriend. all three victims stabbed several times inside their home. hyde, who is from belize, is being held without bond. terrorists coming to america? gitmo detainees could be transferred to the united states. the department of justice is
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scouting both ft. leavenworth in kansas and the naval brig in south carolina as possible sites to hold gitmo inmates. it's technically illegal to transfer any detainees to u.s. soil, making the scouting trips even more troubling. kansas lawmakers vow to stop the administration's plans. and he's used to telling people, "you're fired." now donald trump may have the chance to say "you're guilty." the presidential candidate reports for jury duty in manhattan on monday. he was fined for missing five previous summonses. his campaign says he never saw them because they were sent to the wrong address. trump says he is looking forward to it. >> wouldn't be hard with multiple addresses that he has. >> going to be great. normally when they ask a jury, what do you think of this, what do you think of this? we already know what he thinks about everything, unapologetically. that will be entertaining. also entertaining, rick reichmuth with a hot forecast. >> which trump hotel do you send it to?
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there are so many buildings with trump across. or which beach house? a problem we would all like to have. but we don't. take a look at the weather maps this morning. you're on right now. very excited people. very hot out across the desert southwest. it will feel like 110 to 120. actual air temperatures are going to be right around 115 or so. so a very rough one across that area. already warm this morning. we're going to warm up across the northern plains. heat advisorieies in effect acrs the dakotas today. mid-90s to 100 as well. precipitation-wise across the east, humidity build back in for many, and that means the day will heat up and we'll see spotty thunderstorms from time to time throughout the day. back to you inside. >> thank you, rick. coming up, they held a mother and her two young daughters hostage, tortured them, then killed them. now these two killers just got their death penalty sentences reversed. is that justice? we're going to debate it next. plus, curiosity got the bear stuck in a cat door.
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right move joining us mike ramos, san bernardino d.a., supporting the death penalty, and maurice sharah from an organization covering america's criminal justice system. thanks for coming. >> thanks for having me. >> all right. so these two men who were convicted of one of the most heinous crimes, one of the hardest to hear the details about crimes, killing a beautiful -- most of a beautiful family, they get to laive now. maurice, is that accept to believe you? >> personally, i mean, i don't feel like i have a stake in it, but having looked at it for a number of years i think the fact they're being spared is sort of symbolic in the was in which over the u.s. support for death penalty is gradually in decline. a lot of prosecutors aren't seeking it as often. we can look at these individual awful cases and say do they
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deserve to die in some sort of grand sense, absolutely. but, you know, do we have a judicial system that's ensuring fairness for most people, that's a more complex question, which is what the judges were kind of trying to parse out in this decision. >> mike, what do you think about that? >> first of all, it was a terrible ruling. >> why? >> nobody's talking tact victims and the victims' rights. where is that? and then you want to take the broader brush and talk about the death penalty across the united states of america? there are 31 states that still have capital punishment including my state, the state of california. and we have the most humane capital litigation and death penalty in the entire world when you compare it to others. so i really think that when you start talking about justice and what justice means, we knee to start talking about the victims and their families. we need to talk about preventing future murders so this doesn't
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happen again. and that poor family in connecticut, what happened to that wife, a 17-year-old, an 11-year-old young girls, brutally murdered, set the house on fire while the girls were alive, that is absolutely horrendous. >> mike, you want to talk about the victims and the families. the death penalty, the big argument in favor of it is that it's a deterrent that some bad guys won't commit a murder because they don't want to get killed by the state themselves. is it still an effective deterrent? >> i truly believe it still is and it's going to be even more of an effective deterrent when we start implementing it in a timely manner. and that's something we want to fix in the state of california. we want to get rid of this delay, delay tactic, some appeals lasting 25 to 30 years, and the evidence keeps getting stronger, that it's just a delay tactic. once we get these in place and get the executions and the death sentences, it will be even a
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bigger deterrent. >> and maurice, i know another argument against the death penalty is that it's just very, very expensive. but what do you think? do you think it's deterrent? do you think bad guys out there are not committing murders because they could be exkupted but now that it's gone there's going to be an uptick in homicides? >> you know, it's been hard because i haven't had the opportunity to interview anybody who's considering committing a murder perhaps thankfully, but, you know, i think that the deterrent effect of the death penalty is something that researchers have been trying to understand far lot of years. there isn't sort of a firm, clear way on it one way or another. i mean, i don't think that anybody who's on death row said, you know, i thought about whether or not i would be executed but i went ahead with it anyway. it's not something that you actually hear people sort of talk about on the ground when they're thinking about these issues. >> all right. but we're talking about it today. mike ramos and maurice chammah. thank you very much. do negative people make you
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up and at 'em, rise and shine. a series of explosions rocking a texas oil chemical company. the blast north of houston sparked a massive three-alarm fire sending a thick cloud of black smoke into the sky. no one wutz inside the building at the time. the cause of the blast under investigation. and a massive sinkhole swallows up three cars, forcing hundreds of people in madison, wisconsin, in the neighborhood there to evacuate. a broken water line causing the sinkhole. officials evacuating a nearby apartment complex over concerns of a possible gas leak. clayton? thanks, ana. do people like this make you
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sick? >> you have no style or sense of fashion. >> wow. i think that depends on what you're -- >> no, no. it wasn't a question. >> well, our next guest has some quick and easy tips to turn up the positivity in your life in just a few minutes. joining us now is the founder of the institute for applied positive research and the author of the brand-new book "broadcasting happiness." michelle gelan. nice to see you. >> thank you, clayton. >> you point out small shifts in our lives. we don't need to do something dramatic. small shifts in positivity can have a lasting impact. >> i found in the research we're all broadcasters. it's not a power reserved to the two of us and people on tv. we're all constantly broadcasting information to other people and what we choose to broadcast not only influences how other people see their reality but also influences every single business and educational outcome we know how
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to track -- performance, profitability, intelligence, and energy, and a whole host of other things. >> nobody likes being around negative people, especially many the workplace. if you're negative and don't like working here, go work someplace else. one of your first tip, start your day off with positive news. maybe like this. take a look. ♪ good morning good morning we've talked a whole life through ♪ ♪ good morning good morning to you ♪ >> a little "singing in the rain," maybe a little dancing. just that positivity in the morning instead of, oh, i have to get up instead of, we have another day together. that's wonderful. >> we just completed a study, i did this with my husband and fellow researcher, we found if you're exposed to three minutes of solutions-focused news first thing in the morning that you report a 24% higher likelihood of having a happy day six to eight hours later. there's an immediate mood shift but what we're seeing for the
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first time ever is this long-term effect and how it can impact the tramg of our day. >> if you're hearing something negative or depressing first thing in the morning it can carry through the whole day and have an adverse effect on you. >> the challenge is it tells our brain that our behavior doesn't matter and we can't do anything about that, and that isn't good for how we approach our work at home. >> start your workday with broadcasting positivity. maybe something like this. take a look. >> pay me a compliment, melvin. i need one. a compliment is something nice about somebody else. now or never. >> so even walking into work and being able to broadcast that positivity. >> yes. absolutely. my favorite one is before you check your e-mail first thing in the morning open up a fresh e-mail and write to someone in your social support network, a family, a friend, a colleague, a two-minute e-mail praising or thanking them. the reason this is so great, if you pick someone new each day for a period of 21 days you're
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you're meaningfully activating people in your life and sometimes you get love in return but that's not why we do it. >> journaling about what you love in your spouse or something. finally, conversations with a power lead. so starting conversations with a power lead. what does that mean? >> well, what we see is that if i know the fist few things that are said in a conversation scientifically we have a very good chance of predicting the outcome or the trajectory. so the power lead is taking the lead on a conversation starting with something positive. when someone asks you, hi, how are you, off chance to set the tone. if we say i'm stressed, i'm tired, start complaining about something, guess what, other people match our emotions, they offer up something like that, or they meet us with compassion. either way we're not unlocking the full potential of the brain because we're not focusing on something positive and empowering. >> we need a little happiness. the book is called "broadcasting happiness. "it's out now. great research.
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thanks. >> thanks, clayton. coming up, the story that has many fired up. the fda says it's okay for kids as young as 11 to take some oxy contin. but prescribing this just a prescription for danger? and. and how to create the perfect outdoor movie night for friends and families. now it's time for snacks, like a popcorn ball. ooh pizza rolls! ahh! they're ready! make summer awesummer with totino's pizza rolls. and get a free movie ticket when you spend $10.
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i got two of them. that's the situation. now i've got more situations. huh. >> this little boy has a kitten situation. on his hands. >> little rieder adorably wrangling the wayward cats. >> he calls them situations, not like the "jersey shore" way, i don't think, the guy with the abs. every time he brings them back to his parents sitting on the blanket, the kittens follow him as he takes off to wrangle more. >> like herding cats. >> great for parents too. that'll occupy him for the next two hours so they can get some work done. >> like a babysitter. >> good morning, everyone. >> good morning. >> waving with everybody. >> 80 degrees out here.
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the wave. >> we have some stories we need to get trigt on your saturday morning. overnight, tragedy at the racetrack. sprint car driver james campbell killed in a crash at the williams grove speedway in pennsylvania. officials say he was involved in a multicar crash during warm-ups. his number 31 car slamming into the wall before flipping. the speedway has canceled all of the events today out of respect for the family. chilling 911 calls released from last week's al tampa bay or the attack in florida that left a woman without an arm. >> i need you to verify the address. [ screaming ] >> this lady got bit in the upper arm. we're in -- river. >> okay. listen. i need you to calm down, okay? >> all right. >> we can hear the heart-stopping screams in the background from the horrified swimmers at the orlando area river. gator latching on to 37-year-old rachel lillian's arm and pulling her under water. two kayakers nearby came to the
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rescue beating the animal with paddles. >> completely bit her arm off. right at the shoulder. she's bleeding out a lot. i thuns. when did this happen? >> like two minutes ago. >> the kayakers brave to go over there. the gail or t the alligator was found a day later and was killed. the woman is out of the hospital and recovering. pediatric pain pills. major controversy after the fda approves ox ys major controversy after the fda approves ox y oxycontin for chi under 11. it's intended for only the most severe and chronic pain cases but is it a good idea? we debated it. >> it's another example of big pharm trying to find new customers and they're targeting this now to preteens and teens, the most vulnerable group probably in our society in terms of addiction to opiates and often leading to the use and abuse of heroin.
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>> 11- and 12-year-olds hitting the street to buy heroin? i don't think so. it's all well and good until it's your kid. >> allow it to be prescribed to kids 11 to 16 but only if they've previously been treated with an opioid medicine. in idaho, a man snapping a picture of a bear trying to break into his house through a cat door. >> look at the cat. >> just chilling. >> the mama bear has actually been inside the house before, even getting inside while the owner was on vacation. then another time she and her cubs made it onto the man's balcony to munch on some birdseed. >> i've heard about this. birdseed has a lot of sugar it in, the honey it in so, the bears come out. those hummingbird feeders. >> they'll go in and eat 50 pounds of food from costco and fall asleep on your driveway. >> with a remote in their hands. >> feels like 90 degrees
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already. >> it is feeling warm already and it will heat up a lot this week. also -- oh, jumping again. you guys are here from virginia? >> yes. >> you enjoyed your time the last half hour so much you came back, right? >> yep. >> that's pretty much it, right the story? >> yep. >> your 15 minutes of fame twice. heat begin across much of the northeast. warm-up before kind of the main event is here for tomorrow where it will be hot and humid. a few spotty showers with humidity. down to southwest or southeast, i should say, we're also going to watch for some showers and thunderstorms. watching a little bit of severe weather going on from time to time this afternoon. really, really hot already. areas of the west, hot. 116 today in phoenix. >> y >> yow. >> no fun. with the final weeks of summer
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upon us, even though it doesn't feel like it, why not host your own movie backyard night? >> that's what we're doing here on the "fox & friends" plaza. popsugar.com shows us how it's done. >> yes. >> so much fun. >> let's talk refreshments because that's the most important thing to me is the food. this is a gourmet popcorn bar. grab a bowl. when my guests arrive, have everyone bring a bag of candy and you can share. this is the gourmet part. you get to add all of your fun little treats on top. now, personally, i'm a sucker for the milk duds and the salty popcorn. no sugar? >> no sugar. >> oh, okay. our chocolate would melt out here. i have my little popcorn stand here. i like the think of this. easy, fun, and portable. you don't want to have to get up and host the party while you're watching the movie. when it comes to drinks i love infused water. it is the end of summer but i want to take advantage of that fresh fruit that's in season.
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this is nice cold watt we are strawberries, grapefruit, cucumber. everyone can enjoy it. it's beautiful and refreshing. also for the adults, i love these hung rings. two parts of ginger ale, one part vod kashgs add the fresh fruit. it's refreshing and lovely. we have tons of recipes for the popcorn at popsugar.com. >> tell us about the setup. >> this screen is amazing. this comes from premierproductions.com. it starts at $325 for a backyard bash but goes all the way up to $1,200 for these jumbo 24 feet by 2324 feet. >> is that how big this one is? >> this is 15 x 15. >> is this a thing people are doing now. >> not only can you enjoy a movie but you can game, play your wii and playstation. i know my nephews would love to play like mario car on a screen this big. >> neighborhood block party.
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thing. >> what's your game? >> i'm just saying. >> you're like golfing in your living room. >> let's say i'm a little competitive, ana. >> amazing as always. >> thank you. >> clayton's ears perked up as soon as we said mario cars, i'm sure of it. >> they'll ask me to play when i get home. >> mario. >> mario. millions of gallons of gold mine waste turning this river yellow. to blame at the heart of it was the epa. the agency is now apologizing for the spill. the one person who says it won't cut it. erin brockovich is here next. she says being feminine is being soft and submissive. comments not sitting well with some but gabrielle rece is here to fire back.
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welcome back. the head of the epa responding to criticism that her agency moved too slowly in alerting the public about the millions of gallons of gold mine waste that was accidentally spilled into the colorado river. >> i am absolutely deeply sorry that this ever happened, but i want to make sure that we react
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positively and in a way that's credible and we move this forward. >> but an environmental activist, erin brockovich, says the epa's apology isn't going to cut it and she joins me now. erin, nice to see you this morning. >> hey, good to see you. how are you? >> i'm doing well. what did you think of her response and the agency's message the other day? >> well, i'm sure that they are truly, deeply sorry, and if you go back when this spill originally occurred, they weren't overly concerned because for them the river was already dead. and what most people don't realize is that this mine has been leaking, to their knowledge, for 20-plus years. so it's already killed the river. there was reports that came out a week in advance from mining engineers that this was getting ready to happen, and it happened. so i'm sure the apology is heart felt. it's a little too late. and we have now polluted this
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river much more than it already was. it's in the sediment. and it will be a long, long cleanup process, if they ever do it. >> 3 million gallons of this toxic sludge into this major river system according to the epa. you think that they should have done four things to minimize the damage on this. you said number one, start with full disclosure about what happened. you thought they were holding their hands a little bit, sitting on their hands and not coming out with this public metsage. >> they are. and, you know, i've been doing this for 20 years across the country and in and out of the superfund sites that the epa has. honestly we call them a super failure. i understand that agency is overburdened, understaffed, and frankly they have absolutely no money. the clean ups they are doing in the superfund site whence they do them is clearly passed off to the taxpayer. now, they absolutely knew that that mine had been leaking into that river for 20-plus years.
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so it's more than 3 million gallons. it just happened to be 3 million gallons when it burst. but over time it's been much more than that. >> you said take all efforts to minimize the damage to the environment. that looks like a massive mess. how with can they minimize the damage now? >> well, they're going to have to monitor. that's something that -- you know, we can see the governor drinking the walter, and that's all good and well, but the pollution is not gone. it's in the sediment. and it could be a drudging process. it could be a monitoring process, monitoring of the wildlife, the fish life in there, and cleanup of these abandoned mines exists -- there's like 500,000 in the western united states that could be well into the billions of dollars. so they will have to continue a monitoring program. >> we'll get you out of here on this. you also think some people should be fired if necessary. but you know government. no one ever loses their job in government.
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do you think that's going to happen? >> probably not, but i think this is something that we really are going to have to start looking at. are these water issues in the country and this agency, and they have no funding, and they're in a really difficult spot. but we're going to have to start finding some solutions. this is a battle and dance between the regulator and the regulated, and it just continues to go on and we're ending up with crisis and disaster everywhere. this will happen again. and i really think it's time that we finally start looking at some solutions to these problems. and i'm sorry, i know the epa does their best, but the job is not getting done. >> erin brockovich keeping up the good fight. we appreciate you joining us. thanks. >> thank you for having me. coming up on the show, gabrielle reece taking heat for saying being truly feminine means being soft and receptive
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hey, everybody. good morning. former pro volleyball star gabrielle reece recently came under fire for a statement in her memoir about her marriage. she wrote, "to truly be feminine means being soft, receptive and, look out, here it comes, submissive." >> she still stands by her comments. >> the founder of high x training fitness. >> you guys looked great. we're in reverse universe today. >> what do you think about those
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comments you said and the reaction there's been? >> listen, i understand the reaction. i think the better word would have been service, the notion of when you live in your home and as a female, especially i was really talking about in the context of an alpha male, when your partner, especially when you have children, there's a certain amount of service. and it's just understanding how do you go alpha in your world, you're working, doing your thing, and in home that subtle nuance and shift. submissive was a very tricky word, but really that's the tone i was saying because i just think that that helps things flow better at least in my house. >> being a strong woman in your professional life doesn't mean you can't celebrate your differences with your husband in the home. >> that's right. we always say equal, but we are different. >> very true. >> all right. we wanted to ask you that. now can you please show us the new workout? >> this is high x and everyone's going to get going. we're going to do partner cable rows. this is a class we're putting in 24-hour fitnesses. let's get everyone going. you guys start. >> what do we want to do?
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>> everyone says we're busy, we don't have time, we're busy, we're bored. everyone has a teammate. you want to start doing high knee runs with her. so what we can do is each station for three minutes and you'll do something explosive for 30 seconds, now have them do recovery, then they'll be at each station for six mini sets, right? 30, then they switch sides. now they're stretching for cardio. in an hour you get everything done, you have achieved balance. >> jumping jacks. >> you can do this with a partner always? >> you always have a teammate. so i use the background of having sports and being accountable and being motivated by others and the sense of community but yet you're doing strength training, cardio, balance, stretching. >> so here -- >> he would squat for three minutes and after three minutes he would go here. you and mark could if you want. >> this will get your heart going. >> okay. we're going to move on.
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you guys can move on. >> ab roller. >> peter is doing high knees right here. >> now moving from high knees -- >> cardio for three minutes. now what we're doing is he's down, a little fatigued, stretch. back 30 seconds for high knee runs. there's the notion of diverse groups working together, male and female, all different ages. and your team reflects more of your type, your fitness level, your age. >> work out while i'm running in place. >> it can be a big group of 200 people. she's working her footwork, her cardio. then we give her recovery for the next 30. going back and forth. then we have dumbbells and strength training and things like that. >> the great thing about this is that a personal trainer costs a lot of money, but in this you're getting everything. >> and mark would be walking around or i would be walking around saying watch your spine, giving them special attention in the group fightness environment.
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i like that aspect too. they're walking around. they're basically a coach. >> that's awesome. >> it's been, what, a minute and half? you're burning so many calories, working out efficiently. then you don't have to waste an hour and a half. >> everything has a regression and a modification so if you're really fit you can go all the way. if you're starting out, there's a way to modify it so you can do it safely. you have about 15 seconds in between stations so once we start rolling, you work it. >> we'll find out how peter is doing when we come back from this. >> thank you so much.
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hey, everybody. >> welcome back. >> fantastic, all work out. tomorrow we'll be live in the iowa state fair. >> and a man who fought off a
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bear at his home will join us. >> and the "fox & friends" olympics. >> maybe we'll go shorts and t-shirts the whole time. >> go big or go home. >> see you tomorrow. >> gabrielle reece after the show at foxandfriends.com. >> have a great day. donald trump set to drop in on the iowa state fair today like nobody else in his own helicopter. and unlike other candidates before him, he keeps embracing his wealth and success on the campaign trail. that one reason he's still on top in the polls. hi, everybody. i'm dagen mcdowell in for brenda buttner. and this is "bulls & bears." the bulls and bears this week, gary b. smith, jonas max ferris, john layfield along with suzy welch and david mercer. welcome, everybody. is donald's message of wealth the message america has been craving to hear? >> i don't know if they've been craving to hear it, but they're tired of political

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