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good morning. it is sunday, 16th of august, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. this is a fox news alert. breaking now. a passenger flight goes missing with four dozen on board. what we now know about how the plane lost contact. that's straight ahead. mcdonald's -- the donald descends. donald trump telling supporters it's about people not poll sicy. >> i go and do it. i'm what the press wants.
they trust me. >> what are voters thinking? we'll find out in iowa in minutes. are you sick of your child's sports games ending like this? is. >> strike three. you're out of there. >> we don't keep score. every game ends in a tie. >> now one football star says we're being way too easy on our kids. he'si he's taking away participation trophies and making them earn them. do you agree? "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ ♪ we are rocking new york city this this morning with the "fox & friends" all morning long. come down to corner of 48th and 6th. who's your money on? >> i feel confident.
>> there will be clear winners and losers from what i understand. >> there's no olympics in boston. they dropped out of the bid. we've got to wait to 2024 for possible olympics in the united states. forget about it. we're going to do it here. >> it's me and anna versus you and rick, right? >> they wanted to split up the two competitors. >> the two athletes. >> are you an athlete peter? >> you look like an athlete. >> you're tall. >> case closed. what better than a sunday at the fair? >> two candidates head to iowa today to get on the soap box and have fried food. ainsley joins us from the fairgrounds in des moines. heir ainsley. >> good morning peter, anna, clayton. it's 5:00 a.m. here.
corn dogs are wake, and so are we. we're bringing you a live shot from the iowa state fair. all candidates are coming to make a stop. they know this is an important state. they're also coming here because it's an easy and fun way to meet and greet a lot of voters. a million people will come through the gates over the course of next days. pataki will be here. carson is number two in the polls in iowa. they'll answer questions, meet voters, stand on the soap box, eat fried foods. there's 70 foods on a stick including the bacon bomb, fried cheesecake on a stick. this fair is on the one of 1,000 must-do things before you die. there's the arm wrestling and fiddlers contest as well. why is other i a so important? february 1st, this is the first
caucus in the nation. no candidate has gotten the nomination and did not finish in the top three here in the state of a i a. many drop out after iowa. tomorrow, walker, fiorina and graham. all the top candidates will be making a stop here at the iowa state fair over the course of the next week if they haven't already. >> enjoy the corn dogs. i hear this year they have bacon. >> any can wrap bacon out there. >> thank you ainsley. yesterday was about hillary clinton. it was like all forces converging. are they going to meet, run into each other? bernie sanders was there, hillary clinton, donald trump.
she got to meet cattle. throwing support behind her there. >> they wouldn't let donald trump land in the middle of the fairgrounds. he did it nearby and took kids for a ride. >> they said originally i'm going to take kids for a ride. they said no, that's not safe. they said we're not going to the fair. he rounded up kids. while hillary clinton was followed by security detail and cameras, they could hear and see trump giving the rides up above. hillary there on the ground, trump up above. he was just there looking down on her. >> perhaps more importantly while she's walking around not taking questions from the press, donald trump was not afraid of taking questions from the press. when the reporters asked if he was afraid to take questions, he
said no, what am i doing now? listen to the donald yesterday. >> yes, i'm taking questions right now. am i going to take questions? she just asked am i going to take questions from reporters. what aim doing? i'm taking wequestions. by the way, unlike hillary. this is unlike hillary. do we agree? i've said it. hillary clinton was the single worst secretary of state in the history of this country. the world collapsed around us while she was secretary of state. >> to be fair, she did take questions yesterday. i think he was referring to ducking and dodging she was doing following the e-mail scandal and benghazi. >> they said while he had one of the biggest crowds in recent memory following her around. because she's a former first lady and secretary of state, she
has security. >> people are questions donald trump and his policy and 999 plan. any of these plans that define him as a candidate now. he says, look, it's not about the policies, it's about the people. listen to donald, in august, mind you. >> when i do a deal, i don't say here's 14 points. zb i go and out do it. i don't sit around and talk about 14 points. i think the people care. they trust me. they know i'm going to make deals. >> is that what it's about, trust the candidate gets the nod and win the general election, that they're going to surround themselves with good people, put policies in place to make america great again? does he need to lay out policies? a new hampshire republican said this to politico. trump is generating controversy but not taken seriously as a
potential president. i've heard from many that say i love him, love what he's saying. when i say would they really vote for him, they say hhe-doube hockey sticks, no. >> when you hear from reporters on the ground who are there and the articles that we're reading all morning long, there are people putting his face and slogan on blankets they're sitting on. they're looking at trump logo on the side of the helicopter, getting excited about this. these are people not political about nature. it's getting them excited about politics and being patriotic again. >> i was a history student. one of the things we were not
expecting from our president up until fdr -- he was the first to come forward and have policies. it's congress that has policies, that goes through the litigation process of laws. presidents are figure heads of united states of america. he's playing into that, going back to america's roots. >> to trump's points, he says now the only thing that matters people trust him. what's the thing hurting hillary clinton now? nobody trusts her. >> you're right. >> let us know what you think. do you want specific policies from your candidate this far in advance of the candidacy? foxandfriends.com. fox news alert. search is on for indonesian passenger plane with 54 on board. the country's government saying the flight lost contact with air traffic control in the papua region.
the air service flight was carrying 44 adults, five children and crew members. it lost service on the 50 minute journey. we'll update you as information comes in. a man hunt comes to an end in california after the suspect has been shot and killed. two deputies attempted to stop benjamin northeast of la. he pulled out pa gun. ashley was suspected of killing a retired dentist, taking men hostage and braising two deputies in the arm after shooting. four people are hurt. a hot air balloon gets tangled in power lines and plum et cetera -- plummets to the ground. it hit an electrical wire. >> we couldn't stop it quick
enough. the balloon folded over the wire, sparked a little bit and chanced down. >> pilot and passengers rushed to the hospital with lelectrica burns. one person on the ground felt the shock. nfl first female coach and first female referee debuting on the same night. welter and thomas et mooing on the field before the preseason against the cardinals. welter interned with cardinals in the preseason. thomas was hired full time by the league in april. those are your headlines. rick is standing by with a look at the forecast. hey rick. >> i clayton, 97 now in phoenix. >> smoking hot. >> iowa -- i was surprised to see hillary clinton wearing that thick jacket. holy smokes. >> what option does she have? >> could she wear a t-shirt? >> i don't know.
>> i thought she looked cute actually. today another warm one. hot across the southwest. overall, we start to see little bit of change with a front moving through the northern plains. we continue to see showers across parts of central gulf this morning over mobile and just over to new orleans. that's the heaviest of showers east of new orleans. we have the four corners monsoonal activity. go back up here. you see the front west of minneapolis now. that's going to cut through throughout the day today. there's a chance of severe weather across parts of nebraska and areas of minnesota. temperature wise though, here you go. another warm one in iowa. another one down to the south southwest. you get the idea. this is when you start to call dog days of summer. >> i'm itching for football. nfl preseason is. >> that means fall comes. stop it. >> i want it. >> thanks rick. >> you bet.
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who has the stronger stance on foreign policy? join us for a fair and balanced debalanced debate. thank you so much for being with us. >> thank you. >> i'll start with you. who has the stronger foreign policy stance? >> this is an obvious one here. bush is trying to reinvent history. he's in a tough position now. he has no foreign policy stance. he has no plans. all he has sz criticisms of clin t clinton. he ignores the fact everybody knows we got in the iraq because of his brother. >> it's not fair. he has strong plans and ideas in terms of whatnot to do with foreign policy which is the key we're seeing with president obama being a weak negotiator and all these deals from cuba to iran to the mere fact for three years in 2011 he should have
renegotiated a deal with the iraqi government. >> i'm sorry -- tell that to american families who's songs and daughters have died in the war and stuck in the war. tell that to their families. you think they want to hear that? people they're not necessarily connected to. tell the american people that. as a member of the former george w. bush administration, why did you go to iraq? >> we all know -- >> did he perform okay in the debate? will he continue to answer about his brother in iraq? >> i think that he will -- governor jeb bush will need to continue to respond to iraqi question. as we know, it was a bipartisan effort that we were going into this war. let me give you history here. when senator, she voted in favor of iraqi war. we can all rehash the past.
>> are you listening to yourself? this is insane. >> can you stop screaming? >> i'm sorry. it's personal to me. my friends went to the war and died. >> many of us had friends and family go to the war and die in vain. >> do you want to stay in the foreign policy? >> just because hillary clinton held that position, does that mean united states has better relationships with nations all over the world? if so, what are they? >> we recall what the world was like before president obama was elected, before hillary clinton became secretary of state. we were not in good positions. we have better relationship trade deals. cuba will soon be a partner with us. we're in a completely different
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laundering law? the loophole let government freeze his business money without evidence of a crime. he hasn't gotten money back despite irs admitting the law that let them take it is flawed. joining us now is that dairy farmer randy. good morning sir. >> good morning. >> if you could walk us through this. the way we understand it, you were making deposits over $10,000. somebody at your bank said when you deposit over $10,000 it's paperwork for them. they had you make it little bit less, right? >> right. >> they thought you were doing something called structuring. tell us about that. >> i don't know too much. they charged me with a felony because i did it. it has to do with depositing less than $10,000 to keep from filling out paperwork. it's not mine to fill any way. it should be the banks.
i told my wife one day to keep it under 10. they didn't have to fill out the paperwork. she did what they asked her. nobody likes to fill out paperwork. that's what she did for 32 weeks. most cases we never had over 10. she had to keep change for farmer's markets and store business we do on the farm too. we couldn't deposit all money all the time. she took 9500 a week and depo t deposited it. >> it makes it a crime to break transitions into smaller amounts. violation can result in imprisonment and fine up to $500,000. the law like this is usually they're going after drug dealers. randy, it sounds like with deposits you're making, irs can't tell the difference in a dairy farmer and drug dealer, can they? >> actually the two agents that
came out from the are treasury department said before we were done they could tell we weren't criminals. we had a legitimate business. since it had been seized and gone as far as it had gone, they were going to have to take it through the system then. >> how much money did they end up taking? >> $29500. >> how much of that do you have back now? >> they took $65,000. they sent back all but 29500 dollars. >> we understand now down the road from you in maryland and washington d.c., republicans and democrats can hardly agree on anything. there's a bipartisan group of lawmakers have written a letter trying to petition the irs to give randy his money back. do you think it's going to work? >> well, the petition came from
institute of justice and my i lawyer cameron who filed the petition to get money back. nine members of house ways means committee which i testified in february signed off demanding the treasury department give us money back. that's what we're hoping will happen. >> randy, last question. you can't sue the government for pain and suffering, but if you could, would you? >> i'd like them to tell me i don't have to pay taxes next ten years. that would work. in the beginning you hear someone could throw you in jail for something like that. it was scary in the beginning. i think it's going to be straightened out now. too many people for too long wouldn't say anything. that's why it's gone this this far. >> we are all on your side. thank you for coming in randy. >> thank you. >> all right. coming up, tens of thousands of people stranded at the
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got a chance. better than that. >> unbelievable. that makes him the number one golfer in the world. >> he started nine shots back. leader darted up the board. >> mcilroy hurt his ankle playing with friends. if spieth wins today, it's hip. >> that's true this put him six under for the t rest of the tournament. we'll see. all eyes on that today. speaking of sports, everybody gets a trophy highlighted now. james harrison stripped kids of non winning participation trophies. unless they win the real deal, they don't get the big shiny thing to put mantle.
>> he came home and put this on instagram. he said i came home to find my boys received two trophies for nothing, participation trophies. i'm proud of boys for everything they do and is encourage them. these will be given back until they earn a real trophy. i'm not about to raise two boys to be men by making them believe they're entitled because they tried their best. hashtag family values. >> there's something that they're not going to have will to win unless they earn it. that's hard core, they already got the participation trophy can and and then ddid -- trophy and dad come and takes it. >> i think there's a difference between getting the tall boy and get it can most defensive player
or things like. that. >> i agree it's harsh to take it away after they have it. research shows praising your kids for nothing over and over again sets them up for failure in life. they're not willing to take risks. if they get praised for everything all the time, they're not going to take risks and know they're going to fail. >> same with report cards. give a's to everybody. doesn't matter if you got an f or c on the test. just matters if you show up. how do you like that? >> do you agree with james harrison? what would you have done? we'll read responses later in the show. 36 minutes after the hour. headlines this sunday. a computer glitch delayed hundreds of planes. the problem at the virginia control center halted service at
some of the country's busiest airports including new york and washington d.c. a flight map shows planes were forced to fly around the affected hear. the air and water show taking a disastrous turn when two parachutes collide. one from the jump frog team and one from the golden knights slamming in midair. >> one guy was coming in really, really fast which at first i thought was part of the show too. then he landed and went straight down. >> the navy sailor hit the beach hard fracturing a leg. the army jumper went off course and hit a building be before falling to the ground. he's in serious condition with a head injury. an off duty firefighter is hail eed as a hero after catchi
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a news crew doused with fire as firefighters battle four massive wildfires. 100 homes destroyed east of seattle forcing 1500 to flee. thanks. the belief a place of worship is sacred and safe shattered when a gunman walked through the doors in the church in charleston, south carolina is and opened fire on a bible study group. nine were killed that day. since that day, a pastor has been looking for ways to keep his congregation safe. the reverend joining us now with why he decided to do this. why have you decided to arm ten members of congregation?
>> clayton, first, good morning. there has to be atmosphere of safety the for parishioners. when they don't feel safe and that being in mind, we have to keep in mind that everybody who has a concealed weapon permit or a gun the doesn't know how to use it in certain scenarios. the key is having people know how to handle situations. it welcomes a safer place for people wanting to defend for themselves. >> why did you select these specific ten members? >> we have not selected the ten as of yet. we're in the process. we're in talks with local law enforcement on the best ways to do it. it's a lot of questions to be
answered. questions on the right weapons to use, the -- how do we engage and disengage, a lot of training those who are selected have to go through background checks. these things will make it worth it. it's not necessarily the focussing upon guns but focussing on a process or a method of handling this. >> pastor, as you were talking, i couldn't help but take the 30,000 view of this now. it's sad we're having this conversation. does it break your heart we're having this conversation in our society today? >> absolutely. it's really hard to believe we're here. for me, when i started doing research on it googling, one website had that in 11 years, there have been 18 church shootings.
in 18 church shootings, more than 82 people died. >> you're not -- >> died of wounds. >> this is not something you're unfamiliar with. you had an incident at your church in 2002. tell us about that. >> i was going to have a meeting with a member and some of my deacon staff. a young man walked up and wanted to talk. as we shared in my office, eventually by that night from 7:00 to 3:00 in the morning, we ended up being kidnapped. i, along with eight other people. it ended up in a police shootout where five were shot. >> wow. so you're not a stranger to this type of violence in the church setting. reverend, keep in touch with us. we'd love to hear how this comes together with local law enforcement and what you're doing to protect your church. reverend clark, we appreciate you joining us this morning. >> thank you for having me.
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their "a" game. this is definitely a departure from a guy ritchey style of film making. i spoke to him about these actors being in a spy movie. they are acting by acting it's a little easier than you think considering it's the 1960s. >> you watch a old bond movie, he introduces himself as bond. now, you like someone on the internet and now it's bond, james bond, that's guy. in the 60s, you could introduce who you were and no one was going to find out who you were. so the amount of acting within acting is relatively limited because you didn't need to act like anything or anyone else other than what you were. >> now, it's cool that these actors, henry cavell, we both loved superman, he's a great superman, this is a great film
for him because it shows it can be a great leading man and play different roles. these two actors read the script and added in their own things to the character. for example, army hammer has a scar in his eye and i wanted to know if he developed a story for why he had that scar and that is what he had to say. >> his dad was like a political sort of never do well but he was sort of like a physical specimen, they took him at a young age to train him as a spy. as he was going through the orphanage school system, he got beaten. >> he's the son of an irish janitor in the u.s. as a tongue in cheek thing, he got himself a cygnet ring and the cygnet on the ring was the two-faced god and i have that designed and put in -- >> that's so much better than a scar. >> to the movie itself, i gave a four out of five to. i always loved watching him on the show as well.
good to talk to you. >> thank you. >> i love you guys. >> buy. have a good rest of the weekend. another plane full of passengers vanishes into thin air. we have the breaking details on that airplane coming up. you know it's bad when your kid says you are addicted to your phone. >> i think he's just texting, i'm not sure. he's just on his phone constantly. >> you can tell those kids are from south carolina. i'm just kidding. kids telling their parents to back away from the phone. are you too wrapped up in the digital world? we'll talk about the consequences at the top of the hour. ♪ ♪
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good morning, everyone. it's sunday, august 16th. this is a fox news alert. breaking right now, a passenger plane vanishes into thin air. dozens of people on board. what we have just learn about what happened before the plane lost contact. it's fair game. the donald dazzles iowa swooping in on his personal helicopter while hillary says americans don't care about her personal server. and a state trooper's life saving actions captured on dashcam. >> don't you die on him. don't you die on him. come on, come on. >> he comes back to the rescue as a truck driver stops breathing. they are going to reunite for the first time since that day.
"fox & friends" hour two starts now. ♪ ♪ >> i was standing outside checking this out. it's the "fox & friends" olympics. we've got it right here. >> don't wait until 2024 for the olympics. it's the "fox & friends" olympics. that's like a bunkee race. we're going to shoot some baskets and competing a little later in the show. >> that's coming up. we need to get right to this. it's a fox news alert. the search is on for an indonesian airplane. it lost contact nine minutes before its destination. there were 54 people on board.
search and rescue teams saying the weather is very bad in the mountainous area where the plane was last heard from. an 18-day manhunt comes to an end over night in california after official say the suspect has been shot and killed. two deputies attempted to stop 34-year-old benjamin ashley when they spotted him on a roadway. he pulled out a gun and that's when the deputies opened fire, killing him. ashley was suspected was killing a retire dentist, taking three men hostage and shooting two deputies. he will be officially identified tomorrow. and cruise ship, workers feared dead after falling overboard off the coast of canada. the search was just called off. rescuers saying there is little hope he could still be found alive in the water. the cruiseline did not give details how the worker ended up
going overboard. the ship was headed to new york. want a guarantee that you'll have a baby boy? you better eat breakfast. women who skip the most important meal of the day around the time they conceive are only 45% chance of having a son. maybe you could eat some fried food for breakfast. that's what the folk were doing at the ie away state fair. hillary clinton and donald trump were arriving. hillary is surrounded by all those fried foods and the games and everything. bloomberg says one guy was shouting at her, hey, are you worried about going to prison? >> while she's eating a pork chop on a stick. >> and she didn't say.
>> here's donald trump arriving on a baseball field just a short distance away. they were going to be giving rides to kids for an hour. >> we only have enough fuel for one hour. really? only one hour. >> where are the kids at? >> you have to put a time stamp on there. hillary clinton, she's been going through a tough stretch. her likability and trustworthiness ratings are not doing so hot right now. donald trump took that opportunity to put her in the cross hairs. she continues to say this is just a political football. >> she's got a lot of problems with the email situation. it's a big problem and if you look at general petraeus, he just had a tiny fraction of what she's got going and they destroyed his life. she's got some big problems. i wish her luck but she's got big problems. >> this is the usual partisan iization, which i may have just
made up a word, of anything that's go -- that goes on. i've been at this for a long time. i think people in iowa and people across the country are going to want to vote for somebody that they believe will deliver results for them and i think i've got a very strong case to make on that. so we'll see how this all plays out but it's not anything people talk to me about as i travel around the country. >> she was referring to senator tom harkin who had given her an endorsement as he arrived there at the fairgrounds. donald trump answering questions whether he would lay out policy positions right now. he says right now, i don't want to be bought and sold by anybody. the sound bites that donald gave yesterday were some of the most revealing that he's made. >> he said yesterday that if he's there, around for the whole
time, the rest of the cycle, he will spend up to $1 billion of his own money to win because somebody said he would spend as much as obama and romney, he said yes. if you spent $1 billion, do you think he would complain about being dead broke after? >> it's possible. how much money does he have? 9 billion, 10 billion. he slammed jeb bush yesterday. he said jeb bush is a puppet to his donors and lobbyists and he went on the attack and he said some other things and iraq. take a listen to what he had to say about jeb bush. >> jeb bush is a puppet to his donors. when they give 5 million, 2 million to jeb, he has them just as a puppet. he will do whatever they want. i had yesterday a lobbyist call me up yesterday, good guy, smart as hell, for his client, i don't
blame him. he said donald, i want to put $5 million in your complain. >> he said i don't want him calling me up two years from now when i'm president asking me for a favor. >> or for a helicopter ride. it's not just about the candidates to the iowa state fair. >> nearly 1 million people are expected to attend this year. what makes is so popular. >> ainsley earhardt joins us live. >> we're here with mindy williamson and she's the marketing director for the iowa fair. day four as we enter into sunday, mindy. i was asking her when do you start planning for next year? >> we're already doing 2016 planning right now. >> what are we sitting in right here, mindy? >> this is one of or sky gliders. we have two of these on the fairgrounds and they kind of span the whole length of it. it's really neat to see. they come in from other fairs,
once our fair is over, we ship them to other fairs. >> i want to ask you about the presidential candidates. we know the state of iowa is very important. it's the first caucus this year on february 1st. they all show up here. >> this is a casual event with iowans but we know the numbers come here. we have about a million people or more that come each year throughout the 11 days. a good place to see a lot of people. >> a chance for them to really campaign and see everyone at once. >> yes. >> how did this become such a destination? >> i think historically speaking we've had a lot of different candidates visit here. you know, fairs were a great place way, way back 100 or so years ago to see the candidates and things like that. >> it's always so fun. we all grew up going to the state fair. how many vendors, what can we expect this year? >> we have about 200 vendors and they have anything that you could wish for on a stick.
>> what's the best thing this year? >> i think the newest thing that we have getting rave reviews, bacon brisket bomb. it's meat on meat, with hall pinots and wrapped on a stick. >> what's the most bizarre thing? >> everyone tries to hunt for our fried butter on a stick. it gives me a little stomach ache to think about it. we introduce td a couple of years ago. i have to admit i have not tried it. >> have all the candidates been trying the food? >> they have. i think they want to partake in that when they are here. just be like a regular fair gore. we've had some of them at grilling pork chops and we've had them go through your cattlemens with all sorts of things made from beef.
>> what's on the schedule today? >> we have more candidates coming and yesterday we had a full house, so we're hoping for just the same thing the next couple of days. >> all right. who is the musical act today? >> reba. >> we love reba. carry underwood tomorrow. >> you know they are talking about the fried food. fear not about your candidates' health because i saw on twitter they also have a place by the parking lot at the fair to get your cholesterol checked. >> 10 minutes after the hour, here's what's coming up on "fox & friends." hillary clinton could still become president despite her use of a private email server but a decorated marine might be removed from the marine corps for sending an email to save lives. our parenting panel weighs
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warning warning. one of the slain marines's father filed a lawsuit. he and his attorney, michael bowey join us now. >> please explain exactly what happened. jason bresler, a hero, finds out while he's back stateside that a really bad guy is threatening american troops. he has a file on his laptop about that guy with some background information and he sends it off. then what happens. >> well, he gets a request, he request of marines who are concerned about this police chief but don't know everything they need to know about him, if he could please send whatever information they have immediately. he does it. he does it spontaneously because he knows about this person from his deployment two years previously. this person poses an imminent threat to marine personnel
there. he sends that email. that warning is then ignored. two weeks later, one of the people in that police chief's entourage takes a rifle and declares jihad and murders three marines in the gymnasium. when he sent it, he immediately reported it to his co. his co looked at the situation, ncis looked at the situation and both decided nothing further needed to be done. what he did was appropriate. a year goes by. the family goes to the congressman peter king. he's as voe indicating on their behalf. they have a connection to major bresler. he's reached out to by congressman king.
a story reveals that he's talking to his congressman. that was august 25th. that story gets the attention of marine commandant amos who sends it to marines concerned about the emails. it is the most obvious case of retaliation tor a protected communication that i've ever seen. >> greg, major bresler was trying to take action to save your son. >> he's in really big trouble now. >> is it hard to see this person who was doing his best to protect the marines like your son -- >> very much so. >> being dragged through the mud? >> it's awful. it's heart wrenching to me that he's doing -- they are doing this to this young man. he stepped up to the plate and tried to save my son's life.
he did what he was supposed to do as a marine and protect his fellow marines. because he did that, he's being prosecuted and thrown out of the marine corps for doing the right thing. >> is it harder for you that that's all happening and he is taking these charges very seriously but the secretary of state hillary clinton is being aus cardioed and now they know she had top secret information on her computer, and she's making jokes about it in iowa. she's laughing about files being deleted, top secret files. >> she's getting a pass, really. it's wrong. it's straight out wrong. on every single level it's wrong and something has to be done about that. secretary of the navy needs to be in contact with this case and it has to be brought forward and things need to be changed. this young man had a great career. he was a firefighter in new york city. he's being prosecuted for no
reason really. just doing what they told him to do in the first place. they told him to send it email. he sent the emails, but then he got in touch with peter king and as soon as he got in touch with peter king, then everything else exploded. >> what would your son say about the double standard that we're seeing right now? >> i know my son. my son, you know, he's probably really hurt and taken aback that they would do this to another marine all he tried to do was save my son's life and the other three marines. that's the bad part about this. this is going on for three years. i still haven't had my answers. they keep on prolonging my son's case and jason, they are just attacking this young man and he's a hero. he's nothing but a hero as far as i'm concerned. >> we're going to stay on it. thank you very much. coming up, an air show in chicago turns into a terrifying ordeal when two military members collide midair. what spectators could see from the ground. ahead, you know it's bad when
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the worst offender, spirit airlines accounted for 20% of those complaints. next, 18 holes, president obama and bill clinton playing golf together at martha's vineyard. number one, the nfl's first female coach and female referee debuting. they met on the field between the preseason game between the cardinals and the chiefs. we've heard about parents complain about use of their kids use of technology. and the tables are turned. it's the kids complaining about their parents' digital addiction. >> i'm sure he's texting. he's on his phone constantly. >> joining us is these parenting panel this morning.
thank you for joining us this morning. that video is heart breaking. >> it is heart breaking. there's a message there. you got to listen to your kids. the rules apply like this. if you are going to ask your kids to get off their phones because we're all obsessed with technology, you have to do the same and there's plept of hours during the day when the kids are in school, whether they are home and they are taking naps and they are babies, put your phone away. put your phone on silent, and have more one on one interaction with your kids. >> scott, have you been called out from your kids? >> i have been called on occasion, especially if we're in a restaurant and if i innocently -- if i innocently just look down, into check the yankees score and i get called out, dad -- my wife gets call out as well. here's what i think, they hold us to a higher standard. it's not the kids aren't doing it, but it's okay for kids. it's not okay for parents because they want our undivided attention. >> that's why smart watches are so great. oh, phillies just scored in the bottom of the ninth.
i'm not looking at anything. i'm paying attention to you. it is sad, right? >> it's not sad but it's a little bit inappropriate. 7 to 11, that's when they need our attention. wait two more years. be present. >> thinking about this, the way in which our work life has changed. we're expected to always be plugged in and on line and responding to emails but it's harder now because maybe we're home or with the kids. we've got to really try to define those boundaries. what is work, what is home? >> all you have to do is whether you are working or not working, when you are not working, put your phone on silent and put it in a drawer. out of sight, out of mind. engage in an hour. check your phone, check your messages and get back to your kids. >> listen to belinda, a mommy blogger, she wrote this, the trouble in her marriage is a rault of her kids. i can't remember the last time i
snugled to my husband and held his children, the problem is our children are our constant companions. she thinks this is ruining her marriage. >> look, the tone is set at the top. the parents set that tone. remember, deciding to have children is the most selfless act that anybody could ever make and i think that we have -- and i think you said it well before also. we do have to set boundaries. we as parents are trying to do too much for our kids and i think we need to turn that around a little bit. set the boundaries, make time for ourselves and also explain to the kids that this is what we're doing. you know, mommy and daddy -- we need mommy and daddy time. >> is it the kids or parents fault for not setting those boundaries? >> it's nobody's's fault. it is fair to say before she was a mother, she was a wife. she wasn't prepared for that total lack of attention she was going to get from her husband.
it's importantly to show your children to what a healthy relationship looks like. that's important to. thousands of people stranded at the nation's busiest airports. the cause of the travel nightmare, one small computer glitch. what does that mean? we'll have that straight ahead. and having our own "fox & friends" mini olympics on the plaza this morning and rick is getting ready for round one with his basketball. looking pretty good. ♪ love
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husband. she addressed that issue while she was on the show too and her husband is actually a big wave surfer himself. i'm going to tell you what, during that class, i will tell you she was not a submissive fitness instructor. that's for sure. >> she normally only taeches that class in hawaii and california. >> i didn't realize how tall she was. >> she's like 7'tall. >> 6'2". 14 ache -- 4 teenagers accused of kidnapping a federal agent in orlando. they are said to have pistol whipped a vacationing ago and forcing him into the backseat of his car while tied up. the teenagers drove around for two hours before the suspect's -- before the agent's wife contacted on star. the chicago air and water
show taking a descras to us show when two parachutists collide. spectators first unaware of what went wrong. >> one guy was just coming in really, really fast, which at first i thought was part of the show too, and then he landed and just went straight down. >> the navy sailor hit the beach hard. fracturing a leg while the army jumper went way off course and hit a building before falling to the ground. he's in serious condition with a head injury. it takes a brave man to get back in the water after this. that's just what surfer nick spanning did. the australian win a competition
in tahiti, he's ready to put the shark attack behind him. a frustrating day for airline passengers stranded when an air traffic control glitch forces flights to be grounded. >> the delays impacted some of the nation's busiest airports, but this morning, things are finally getting back to normal. >> elisabeth prann is live in washington with details about the disruption. >> air traffic this morning seemingly smooth but for passengers looking to fly yesterday, it was a very different story and in fact some are still working to get to their destinations. a major malfunction within the faa system which plans plane routes in a huge swath across the northeast forced two major airports in the d.c.-maryland area to cancel flights and although the cancel lagses took place at washington raegan airport and bwi, the trickle effect impacted air travelers across the eastern sea board.
passengers were left in the car while this was happening. >> about the time that i got here, the fun started. i found out my flying was canceled. >> was canceled because of a computer problem. something like that. >> the glitch was an faa issue, airlines had very little information to tell individual passengers. while the agency hasn't released an exact number of flights affected, the reports are there were hundreds that were canceled or diverted. rick, back to you. what a mess. thanks so much. let's ask a little bit about the weather going on. take a look at the weather map to show you what things are looking like. look at that red spot down there across the southwest. incredibly high temperatures. 97 degrees in phoenix yesterday. got to 115 the day before. today, 113. it's incredibly hot. down in the southeast, we'll continue to see showers across the central gulf for much of the day today. the panhandle over around the
new orleans area. across the west, four corners, severe weather firing across the southern plains. cold front parts of the midwest. guys. peter is bouncing a little basketball here. rio, south carolina, and beijing -- >> south korea. >> what did i say? >> south carolina. >> boston has dropped out of the running. now los angeles has placed a bid for 2024. >> you don't have to wait to get had heated competition in the united states. "fox & friends" is right here. >> we have the awesome entertainment company called the big bounce theory. i played basketball in high school but i've not played this
type of basketball, inflatable basketball. what is the key to success in this game? >> don't shoot too hard, don't shoot too soft, shoot straight. you'll get it in every time. >> they dividied us into teams. >> you are going to moderate this for us. rick and i, the first round -- >> they have broken up the competitors, because they knew if we were together, it would all be over. rick and anna are going to shoot first. whoever gets the most in in 30 seconds gets one point. >> i'm going to bring in my second score keeper, jack. he's going to be the red team. i'll be on the blue side. >> can we get the harlem globetrotters? ♪ ♪ >> who is going to throw it in for the jump ball? >> are we one on one or are we
switching it up a little bit? >> ready. >> we have 30 seconds. we're going to put it on the clock. count down. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. go. come on anna. >> oh, air ball. >> has anybody gotten in one yet? >> rick. all right. >> that's so going in. >> i'm doing it either too hard or -- it's me, bucket anna kooiman. >> come on rick! >> all right, red team. let's go. and 1. times up. >> eight on this side. >> eight on red team. >> i had 88. >> nicely done. 1. >> you got eight.
8-1. >> come on peter, we've got some ground to make up. >> when are we starting? >> 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. >> go! >> go, go, go! or 1-1. clayton -- >> anna take all the balls away from clayton. >> that's a good idea. >> get away. >> not again. >> that's a clayton move if i ever saw one. >> i know! >> 3, 2, 1. >> go, go, go! >> at the buzzer! [ buzzer ] >> that's pretty good. >> wow, i'm so impressed. >> what's that? >> we were leading 2-0. >> 2-0. >> where's the three-peat --
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do you want to be happy? turn to prayer a new study finds religion is the key to long-term happiness. >> researchers looked at four different types of activities, volunteering, taking a class, participating in a religious organization and participating in a political organization. >> and out of the four, researchers found that participating in a religious organization was the only social activity associated with sustained happiness, so joining us now to weigh in on this fox news contributor father jonathan morris. >> i could have told you guys that. >> what's interesting to me it's
probably multifaceted, it's not only time and time for reflection but it's giving back to your kmunt and helping others. >> and the social aspect of it. being together. there's more to it. it reminds on a commercial on the radio right now, will you be happy? another pair of shoes, a car, house, this is where -- this is where it goes i don't think wrong, learn another language. what religion offers is a possibility to understand to understand who we are and also where we're heading long term and that is that we're made by god. we were loved by god and that he has a purpose and a mission for us. ultimately, to be with him forever in heaven. >> how important is consistency though? somebody could be baptized or be a born again christian and they fall off and how important is
going to church on sunday or the meetings on wednesday night to stay in tune? >> religion isn't magic. magic tricks is you do this, you do that, and all of a sudden something happens, a positive result. you are exactly right. it's a question of connection with god. it has to do with communion with god. a lot of thee loejians have talk about the eternal embrace of god. if our soul is in communion with god, moral life, and the grace of god, god blessing us with the knowledge of him and a connection with him. it's not magic. >> did any part of this study surprise you? that out of basically every other thing that somebody could do, nothing was going to make them as happy or for as long as religion? >> you know what, it reminds me of st. augustine. he was born in 354 a.d. he said something so profound.
he said my soul will be restless until it rests in you, my lord. my soul lord will be restless until it rests in you. in other words, nothing can fill our hearts except god. even another person. >> don't worry, be happy. fill your god, with jesus. thank you so much, father. >> much simpler as you did, anna. good morning. coming up on the show, a life or death situation caught on a state trooper's dashcam. >> don't you die on him -- don't you die on me! come on, come on. >> he comes to the rescue as a truck driver stopped breathing. they both injoin us. the sad news of summer straight ahead. ♪ ♪ ♪ if you have moderate to severe
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hi, friends, and good morning. a life or death situation caught on dash cam video after a tuck driver crashes. >> don't you die on me! don't you die on me! come on. come on! one, two, three, four, five. there you go. there you go. there you go. stay with me. stay with me, all right. stay with me. >> in the newly released video, you can hear the trooper spend 12 minutes reviving him, ultimately saving his life. joining us now is ohio state
highway patrol officer and the trucker he saved, john. good morning, folks. thanks for being with us. what a story. when we saw this video yesterday, chills all around the studio. thanks for being with us. >> thank you. >> trooper. i'll start with you. tell me about coming onto the scene. what did you notice? >> well, the first thing i noticed is the dispatcher did an awesome job of getting me where i needed to go. some of the best dispatchers in the district. i noticed a gaping hole in the guardrail as i got closer. i noticed a truck imbedded down in the bottom of the woods, occupied by a 60-foot embankment. >> and you get there and the truck driver, john, who is with us, too, what's going on? he's hunched over? >> the seat belt saved his life after that impact with the trees. i was able to step up to the truck with him when i was there.
looking at him, he's taking very, very low gasping breaths. didn't hardly look alive at all. >> john, do you remember any of this at all? i don't. i totally don't remember going through the guardrail. >> wow, when you're watching this video, how thankful are you for this trooper coming to your aid? >> how can you say thank you for saving your life? >> yeah, you want to try? >>. >> thank you. i definitely think he was my angel that day. >> trooper, were you nervous at all? did instinct kick in? were you scared you weren't going to be able to remember cpr? >> no, my mind essentially went on auto pilot and kind of did what i knew i had to do. yeah. >> john, after you went to the hospital and they checked you out and took care of you, what
did you find out? >> i found out that i had afib with my heart. which causes your hard to go in a vibration mode rather than a beating mode. >> so after this incident, are now getting a different sort of treatment than you would have had beforehand? >> yeah, they're giving me a pill and everything is fine. >> and trooper, are you surprised with the outpouring of support you've received and how many times the video has been viewed? >> yeah. it was -- it's been absolutely incredible. i personally don't have facebook myself, but all my friends and everybody has been keeping me well informed about what was going on. the amount of outpowering and support for all of law enforcement, not just myself, hash amazing. >> and it's a testament for all of us to get the similar training to what you had.
trooper, thank you so much. and john, we're so happy that you're doing all right this morning. >> thank you so much for all you did for me, sir. >> you're most welcome, sir. it's my honor. >> the good stuff. four minutes before the top of the hour on your sunday morning. coming up, a football star takes participation trophies away from his kids, because he says they didn't earn them? do you agree with his parenting move? your response is lighting up social media. and all eyes are on iowa as presidential candidates continue at the state fair. ainsley, you enjoying the corn dogs? >> hey, anna. yeah, it's so much fun. i can't wait to eat a corn dog today. you and i, we look at the fox news polls to see who is on top in the presidential election. but here in iowa we look at the corn caucus. coming up, i'll tell you what this is all about. it's cute. it's fun. highly flawed, but i can't wait to tell you. it's so adorable.
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. hey, everybody. good morning. i'm anna kooiman. and it's all happening again. a plane carrying more than four dozen passengers vanishes into thin air. at this hour the search for the missing aircraft is on hold. it will search and breaking details are ahead. presidential candidates taking to the fairgrounds. how about that? including donald trump who flew in on the chopper and says americans don't care about policy. but will that resonate with voters? we're live in iowa straight ahead. and not everyone is a winner in his house. a pro football star stripping his kids participation trophies right out of their hands. he says he wants them to earn
it, is this a winning play? your responses are lighting up our facebook page. fox & friends hour three starts right now. ♪ american gladiator. fox & friends. yeah! >> i didn't think at all american gladiators. you know. l.a. is jumping on the bid to get the olympics in 2024. boston is out. you don't have to wait for world class athletes. you can watch them. i won the first round.
12 baskets. and we're also talking about this. playing tetris. one of my favorite past times. now we're learning that tetris can also help you quit spoking. >> well, you basically just fill one addiction with another. addiction to cigarettes. >> just take that giant machine and put it in the back of your car and take it with you everywhere that you go. >> you can't spoke because you need both hands on tetris. you can't be spoking because you need both hands all the time. >> all right. we're going to get to the olympics in just a bit. you get a text message to your wife. >> they were proud of daddy he won the first round of basketball this morning. >> you're going down. >> love you. zblf two minutes after the hour and onto other stories making headlines this sunday. this is fox news alert. a passenger plane with 54 people on board vanishes in severe weather. government officials saying the trigana air flight lost contact with the towers just nine
minutes from its destination in eastern papua. it was flying over rough, mountainous terrain. 45 passengers, five children and five crew members on board. a search plane has been dispatched the to the area where they lost contact but since turneded back because of bad weather and low visibility. they couldn't stop. four people are hurt when a hot air balloon gets tangled in power lines and plummets to the ground. the pilot was attempting to land in central pennsylvania in a hay field there. it hit the elect ral wires. electrical wires. >> it sparked for a little bit. >> the pilot and two passengers rushed to the hospital with electrical burns. one person on the ground felt minor shock. the search is on for a man who robbed a massachusetts bank armed with a machete. you can see him holding the
large knife in the surveillance photo. police say he walked into the bank and told the teller he had a bomb in the bag. he took off with cash an left the bag behind. instead of a bomb, police found a deflated soccer ball. the crook is still on the run. and enjoy the summer weather while it can. it's going to be a rough winter. the old farmer's almanac predicts not only absolute freezing temperatures, but the country will be hit with heavy snow. that includes the pacific northwest where snow isn't all that common. they predict a white christmas in nearly every area that gets the snow. >> and here's a little hint. rick doesn't use any kind of high-level weather processing material. juts t rick, what do you think about the farmer's almanac. i know you consult it every day. >> is it hard to take me serious right now?
>> they're about equally as serious. >> that's true. they're about equally as scientific. actually, you mentioned the pacific northwest there. highly unlikely we're going to see that. we have a huge el nino developing. maybe the strongest we've ever seen. generally that brings much warmer and dryer conditions in the pacific northwest. you wouldn't see all the snow that they're predicting and a lot of the northern tier of the country remaining warmer than ever. take that, farmer''s almanac. take a look at what's going on down to the midatlantic. you get the idea for the day. it's heating up. the humidity is back today. that's going to be the case for a lot of this week, unfortunately. down to the southeast, some showers, some thunderstorms, especially along the central golf. not a wash up for anybody. >> into the 90s again today out in iowa where candidates will be arriving to talk on the soap box there at the iowa state fair.
yesterday all eyes on hillary clinton and donald trump. bernie sanders also making waves yesterday. but eyes on hillary clinton and donald trump as they walked around the fairgrounds chomping on pork chops on a stick, mingling with the crowds. >> yeah. >> that's what they opted for rather than the deep fried nacho balls or double bacon corn dog. they opted for pork chops on a stick and mingling with folks. donald trump there landing in a helicopter. and folks sipping trump brand water and gold plated seat belt buckles. >> it was amazing. while hillary clinton was there and had reporters following her on the ground, the gaggle of reporters and cameras following her could hear and see trump circling the fairgrounds pretty low, giving kids a ride. they said he couldn't land at the fairgrounds to give them a ride. he set up across the street and buzz over by all the fried corn dog stands.
>> interestingly, people are talking and mingling with the candidates. they want to know where they stand on the issues. and back in washington, you know, donald trump has been slamming washington. but now six in ten republicans according to the new polls say in early states like iowa and new hampshire, that donald trump can't win in those states. because, and that's because of this week's politico caucus. which is a bipartisan survey of top operatives and strategists. all the washington insiders saying he can't win in the early states. >> and he needs to lay out some sort of policy. here's what trump has to say about policy. >> when i do a deal, i don't say here's 14 points. i go out and do it. i don't sit down and talk about 14 points but i know the press wants it. i don't think the people care. i think they trust me. i think they know i'm going to make good deals for them. >> so is it about trusting the people you want to give your support to and trust they will surround themselves with good people to put their plans in order?
>> is he onto something by saying trust is the only thing that matters. what has been hurting hillary clinton? all this stuff keeps coming out. it turns out she hasn't been completely forthright necessarily about every single aspect of how much top secret stuff she might have had that she wasn't supposed to have. and what next? it doesn't matter that everybody has a plan. martin o'malley put 15-point plan. nobody on the republican side put out any specifics. the most important thing with 17 people is getting people to talk about you and to like you. and right now it seems like the most important thing is just attention. he's got it. >> he said trump is generating controversy, but he's not taken seriously as a president.
i heard from many who said i love them, love what he's saying. but would they really vote for him? they say hell no. and people are fired up on my facebook page. trump's comments about jeb bush being bought and sold by lobbyists. policies matter. trump must be specific. >> then delmar on facebook says i agree with donald trump. trust is most important. many of us have learned from obama that a potus clearly can't do much with a pen and a phone. dorothy says we need to know his intended outcomes at mini m minimum. his idea of a grade schoood dea entirely different. >> the one thing about the plit k politico item. isn't the whole reason that he's popular right now because people are sick of washington insiders?
they don't care what they think. >> but they're also pointing to infrastructure in some of those states. ground game. getting out the vote. going door to door. the retail politics that santorum has been great about. governor huckabee has been good about in iowa. trump is appealing to nonpolitical type people. will they actually get out there? >> the most important votes are, what ainsley is tracking for us. not in iowa. ainsley is standing by at the iowa fairgrounds this morning with probably one of the most unusual ways to pick a candidate. right? >> seriously? >> that's exactly right, clayton. forget the fox news poll this morning. today we're focusing on the corn caucus. let me tell you what this is. at the state fair here, every presidential year, they take these jars and they put them on these shelves and people vote on which candidate they like. this year we have so many candidates, 22 mason jars. there are holes in the op of
each mason jar. and people line up with their corn and come and drop it in the corresponding jar with the candidate they like. you have the republicans on the left and the democrats on the right. here is hillary clinton's jar. here is donald trump's jar. donald trump is beating her, but if you look at the jars, you can see it looks like clinton is winning. that's not the case. once these fill up, they start them over. trump is ahead with 23%. clinton 17%. sanders 13. fiorina 6%. and these were the results as of 8:20 last night. total, 17,000 voters. what's great about this. it's totally transparent. you don't have to have an idea i.d. you don't have to be 18. you can get in line as many times as you want and vote over and over again. there might not be a kernel of truth to all of this. and yes, it might be highly flawed and very corny, but it's good clean fun here at the iowa state fair. back to you, peter. >> that's the cutest report i've
ever seen you do. >> our producer sam came up with all of those. thank you, sam. >> congrats. and those were fantastic. >> voter fraud, though. if a 12-year-old can keep voting multiple times, i don't know. check into that. get the election commission on that. hillary clinton is killing her e-mail controversy. >> i recently launched a snap chat account. i love it. those messages disappear all by themselves. >> and now she's cracking more jokes. will voters play along. chris wallace plays in on that next. >> and not everyone is a winner in his house. the pro football star stripping his kids of participation trophies. your thoughts ahead.
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the state department has confirmed that i did not send nor receive material marked classified. this is not about me. i recently launched a snap chat account. i love it. i love it. those messages disappear all by themselves. >> hillary clinton cracking jokes and claiming her e-mail scandal is not about her. will downplaying the controversy convince american voters. >> joining us now to react is chris wallace. good morning, chris. thanks for being with us on "fox & friends." >> when they try to spin it her
conduct is being investigated, it's not actually clinton, will that resonate with voters? are they buying it? >> i will tell you at the top of the hour we're going to have the latest fox news poll. the the first poll since the big fox debate, and without giving away the results, which we will give at, as i say, at the top of the hour, this scandal is hurting. her it's hurting her in terms of her standing in the democratic field. it's hurting her in potential matchups against the top republican candidates. so no. she can joke about snap chat and disappearing messages, but voters are concerned. and look, she had two big, bad developments this past week. one, she was forced to turn over her e-mail server to the fbi. she said it would remain private. now it's in the hands of the fbi. and two, the inspector generals of the intelligence committee said two of the e-mails on her private e-mail server had top
secret information. satellite, intercept imagery. very sensitive information. >> chris, i'm fascinated about democrats in scramble mode. panic setting in in washington. that's why we've been hearing about the potential of vice president joe biden running. even secretary of state john kerry has been thrown around. al gore's name. are democrats scared that hillary clinton might have a bigger problem on her hands? >> yeah, panic is an overstatement. worried would be accurate. they can read the polls. the big development is up to this point. the whole issue of the e-mail scandal is her arguing with other politicians in congress. when this gets before the court and the judges, now it's a matter of law enforcement, flot politicia
politicians, it becomes very different, and it's out of her hands. we don't know, she said she scrubbed her private server clean. the fbi is effective at being able to retrieve that information. and if it turns out that, you know, some of the information that she said that she scrubbed, that she deleted because it was personal, about yoga or her daughter's wedding turns out to have been work related, the fact is really in the fire. so yeah, there's certainly concern about it. gore i don't take so seriously. he's making serious inquirying into whether or not there's a path forward to oppose her. >> we know you're going to show us the new republican and democratic fox polls. what else do you have at 9:00? >> well, the person -- i will give this away, the person who got the biggest bump is neurosurgeon dr. ben carson. he's going to be our lead guest on the show. and when it comes to the hillary clinton scandal, we're going to
talk to trey, the chairman of the house benghazi committee. it was only after the committee saying there seemed to be some of her e-mails from a private account, that all this information about the private server came out. it's really a result of the house benghazi committee. we'll talk to trey about what he thinks this week's developments need. >> a big fox news sunday. check your listings to catch it at the top of the hour. chris, great to see you this morning. thanks so much. >> unless something crazy happened overnight, ben carson, on fox news sunday, still the only candidate to have separated siamese twins. >> you never know. crazy things happen at the iowa state fair. coming up, a burglar breaks in and a mother asleep upstairs. and video games. much more than a couch potato activity. the classic game tetris can help some deal with ptsd. we'll have that next.
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playing tetris could help alleviate ptsd. it could also block cravings for addictions like smoking, drinking and overeating. lowering the intensity by 56 to 70%. holy cow. talk about a game changer. here is dr. debbie from tnyu school of medicine. >> nice to see you. >> nice to see you, too. >> i'm so excited. this is a game for my childhood that i absolutely love. and this study is fascinating. what does it tell us? >> it's preliminary research. it's showing some kids were in their 20s. they were playing the game and had decreased cravings for cigarettes. the idea is make they're so focused on the game they have to focus on that. >> we have our own anna kooiman who is very good on the athletic
field. yop how good she is with video games. >> i'm doing great. >> she's focused. >> part of what i found fascinating about this, and specifically the game of tetris. what is special about it that can hold your attention? >> anything engaging or hold your attention. it has to be attainable but just slightly out of reach. not something you can just do automatically. you have to plan out your next move and plan out each thing. and you're using your imagine as well. >> those can help it in terms of addiction. but you have to imagine what you're doing as opposed to imagining your flashback or whatever else is traumatizing you. >> and interestingly, you say that it's unlike a hobby. like putting together, you know, model airplanes or taking up playing guitar. this is different. why?
>> there are some similarities. so a hobby has to be engaging if you like it. you have to try to get better at it over time. because it's a video game, it sort of is modeled to your speed, how quickly you're learning. there's more of a pacing to it. as a hobby, you can hit a stumbling block when you reach something different and be stuck there. so here the idea is that you also want to get a reward. the reason people get so hooked on it is as they accomplish the steps, they get a reward in terms of okay, they got this to fit or they got this to disappear. and that keeps you hooked and keeps you going. >> anna, what happened? >> i thought you were coming back to me. i want to thank our friends for this. maybe for those who have pain before a shot or other things,
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by rick and clayton at basketball. >> i'm a true athlete. >> little ones at home are pulling for daddy. >> you ever seen an athlete like this? >> he's going down, though! now to other stories making headlines on your sunday morning. a cruise ship worker appears dead after falling overboard. crews on board the "queen mary 2" spent hours searching for the man. the rescue search has been called off. they did not give details about how he ended up overboard. the ship was headed to new york. and face to face with a burglar. after man breaks into a florida home and threatens a teenage boy, telling him to stay quiet while he robs the place. the 13-year-old says mom was asleep and he was in his room watching netflix when he heard noises and saw a man at his door. >> he looked surprised when he saw me, and i was terrified. i watch "law & order" a lot.
it me it made me think of what to do. i got a quick scan on him. >> the thief making off with a tv and two xboxs. police finding him literally across the street in if a vacant home with all the stolen electronics. and the irs seizes tens of thousands of dollars from a dairy farmer, accusing him of a violating money laundering law. now months after we first told you about the story, randy is still fighting to get his cash back. he says the banks suggesting keeping the deposits under $10,000, but he never knew it violated structuring laws. earlier he explained his frustration. i think it's going to be straightened out now. >> he says he wants the government to return the 30 grand it's still holding onto. and at james harrison's
house, you have to earn your trophies. the pittsburgh steeler posting this picture to instagram with the caption, i came home tod tw trophies for nothing. these will be given back until they earn a real one. keep your comments coming on that story. also this morning, a travel nightmare up and down the east coast. hundreds of flights delayed on an air traffic control switch. things are back to normal this morning. but we are live in washington w with all the details. good morning. >> good morning, anna. you're right. today is a better scenario. air traffic is moving, but for passengers looking to fly yesterday, it was a very different story. some not even getting to their destinations until today. the major malfunction took place within the faa system with plans, tracks and dictates plane routes for flilgts ongoing.
and you can see itaapplies to a huge swath. and although the cancellations took place at washington reagan and bwi, the trickle effect impacted air travel across the entire eastern seaboard. passengers say they were getting very little explanation as it took place. >> we're very frustrateded. we don't know when they're going to be able to fly. >> my flight was canceled and they rebooked me. >> since the glitch was an faa issues, airlines had little to tell the passengers. while the the agency hasn't released the total number of flights affected, reports are hundreds were diverted and canceled. i'll toss it to rick outside in new york. >> rick? >> thank you very much, elizabeth. all right. here's the score. clayton and rick, 2. anna and peter.
it should be a 0. we'll call it blank. >> there's no participation award here. our producer didn't want to waste the ink on creating the zero. last hour it was basketball. rick and i won both rounds against anna and peter. it's 2-0. this hour we're stepping into the big inflatable ring for the gladiator challenge. and the first two gladiators, clayton, or rather rick and anna. but here to help act as the moderator and the scorekeeper, abe kaplan, the owner of big found steer. what does the blue team have to do to knock rick and clayton down? >> just not fall. that's it. >> just don't fall. there you go. >> all right. all right so anna is really
flailing that around. the loser will be the first person on the ground. here we go. >> red team, again! and they did it without hurting her. that was the most important part. >> i'll give you guys the countdown. >> three, two, one, go. >> take his arm, peter! >> being tall does fot henot he >> take him out. take him out. this is a stunning display of athleticism. >> peter, peter! come on! >> get down!
>> as trump would say, you're fired. so the next hour, this continues with some bungee run. >> should we tell the purpose of why we're doing this? >> they're bidding for 2024. i believe that's it. >> and now the americas is making a bid for the off year game. >> it's amazing. >> i'm very impressed with clayton today. >> the bungee run is going to be great. a police officer pistol whipped by an attacker with his own gun. he didn't act because he feared he would become the center of a
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single biggest expansion will look like. no word yet on when they will open. and americans' favorite tank engine is coming to life. >> hurry, hurry, hurry. it's nice of them to wave and he whistled. >> he said it was just written for my kids and me. the the theme park just opened in massachusetts. thomas land features 11 rides based on the characters, including a 20-minute train ride on thomas himself. thanks so much. an alabama police officer was pistol whipped with his own gun and mocked on social media after the attack. he said he hesitated to shoot the attacker because he didn't want to be vilified in the media. that's a growing sentiment felt across the country.
local law enforcement levels, i'm speaking on local level. the state, the county, and the municipalities are the boots on the ground. are the ones dealing with these people on day-to-day operations. that's when they're hesitant. they're always in the media portrayed as criminals. the criminals are like the victims. immediate y is taking it and running with it. >> that's the supervisor of the police officer pistol whipped with his own gun. is it proof it's now harder for police officers to do their jobs? here to talk about it is police officer john rafferty. is this something you're noticing across the country? are police officering thinking about headlines when you do their job? people say you're not arresting me. you can't do this.
they're telling them how to run their job. you see the hesitation on the police officers. >> darren wilson. no charges were brought against him. m and then a year later we saw a pig with his name written on it roasted right there. and is the sentiment changing at all? are we learning anything from the disasters we've had? >> they need to show where the support can be. they're not the ones with the best interest of the communities involved. >> i want to get examples of the headlines that we have seen. p public trusts the police. from "the new york times," police abuse is a form of terror. on washingtonpost.com. just one in four urban black americans trust the police. is this just reporting what's out there? or is this sensationalizing what's out there? >> i think this is what people want to believe.
it's hard. and they're getting slaughters there. when something goes wrong, people jump on that. they need to support the cops in the areas. the cops are out there protecting the neighborhoods. >> that's right. and people might say this is more of the same. more piecesy politics handcuffing the police. >> i disagree. i have three colleagues shot and killed with their own guns or their partner's gun. a lot of people say officers use excessive force. you don't know what the perpetrator is going to do. when they're fighting with somebody resisting arrest, you have a firearm. tough protect on your own self. a lot of people don't realize that cops are put in a position to use that amount of force to get them under arrest. >> you see cops having to tiptoe around. this video was horrible. the people should be ashamed of
themselves. the parents should be ashamed of themselves. if that's the person you raise, you're going to mock somebody laying there unconscious. it's horrible. >> any advice for the officer going through this? >> every cop has a struggle through his career. something that has been put into the media. >> lieutenant john rafferty. she wanted to start a pro-life club at her high school, but got shot down because she was told pro-choice students would feel left out. is that fair? she joins us live with the decision to take action ahead. and patriotism that stops people in their tracks. ♪ o say can you see by the dawn's early light ♪ >> one group of people making it their mission to remind folks how amazing their country is, and they join us live next. ♪
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morning. "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. ♪ ♪ i keep my eyes wide open all the time ♪ ♪ because you're mine i walk the line ♪ that's rick taking part in the fox & friends olympics. he's walking the line. >> the faster you go, the harder you snap. >> it really requires core strength. something i don't have. >> rick and i have been talking so much junk about how we were the best athletes on the show. and clinton is showing us up. people at home are watching, giving the lay by play. i had to come over and save peter and knock him off the
jousting poll. >> my son was mad that you pushed me off the jousting thing. he said i'm so mad i could punch a table that somebody pushed my daddy off the jousting stand. you're breaking hearts. more coming up on the olympics in a few minutes. first, we have a brand new fox news poll out. this is the first poll since the gop debate here on fox news channel last week. and here it is. we now know some of the people on top, donald trump is way out in front. in fact, increasing his lead over the last poll that we had. >> 25% also. the dr. ben carson making 12%. >> that's a big one. he only had 7% before the debate. >> ted cruz at 10%. walker 6%. fiorina is in there. 5%. >> big bump there. >> and it looks like the big winners in this pose debate poll would be fiorina, trump went
down a point. but he's still way, way ahead. cruz is way up. jeb bush is down to 9%. >> and also big news on the democratic side, too. this has been a tough stretch for hillary clinton with the e-mail scandal and all of that. she's at 49%. but the big news here is that sanders is now at 30%. edging up on her. and you know, drawing these massive crowds. selling out arenas. and there have been headlines the last couple of days that show the democratic party may be in scramble mode, looking to biden, gore, kerry. >> that's a big bump for sanders. he was at 22%. and i think this is a real telling sign. what chris wallace was telling
us, the real numbers there, the big problem for hillary clinton on the trust issue among debate watchers and who they want to be president of the united states. so this is a major pole, and really interesting to watch these numbers, and today ben carson, who is going to be there, who just got the biggest bump so far on this fox news poll will be in iowa. yesterday all eyes on hillary clinton and donald trump. >> and transportation for donald trump. the fairgrounds wouldn't let him come in in the helicopter. he came in nearby and took kids for a ride. they got to sip trump brand water while sitting gold plated seat belts. >> the "washington post" described the scene as the children were picked to go up in five different groups with him. as a willy wonka like
opportunity. they knew they had enough fuel for one hour. ch and people were going crazy. scene hillary clinton, who the press got as close as they could with her, as she was going around. are you worried about going to prison. and then there's buzz. it's the trump chopper doing doughnuts in the sky over all the fried doughnuts. >> when he lands, and we asked our viewers. do they want specific policies for a potential president trump? and trump said yesterday when he talked, i'll give you policies. policies don't matter. people matter. here's what he had to say. >> kwhen i do a deal, go out and do it. i don't sit and talk about 14 points. i know the press wants it. i don't think the people care. they trust me.
they know i'm going to make good deals for him. >> he also said he can't be bought and sold and is willing to spend $1 billion of his own money. >> do you think he would complain about being flat broke after? >> dead broke. >> here's what you guys are saying about the policy issue. rick says i trust him. he tells it like it is and takes responsibility for what he says. >> kathleen says he's using his money. as president he'll use our money. >> beliinda says i trust trump more than any other politician. i do not think will get anyone over him or on his team. interesting. yesterday he made waves blasting jeb bush. want he bought and sold by lobbyists. he said i had a lobbyist call me wanting to donate $5 million to the campaign. i said no. you can keep your money. i don't want you calling me in
two years from now when you want a favor from me. >> not going to take the political favors. well, get ready for another day of fried food and politics. >> the gates are open for sunday at the iowa state fair. >> ainsley is joining us live from the state fairgrounds in des moines. >> reporter: good morning. i was just telling the customers we'll be right with you. we're on live television. so a million people come through the the iowa state fair every single year. so this is where all the candidates, of course, come because they're going to have fun talking to the individuals. you know, it's interesting. there are 200 fried food vendors at the fair. we were asking people earlier, what is the favorite fair food? >> my favorite fair food is probably funnel cake. i just think they taste so good, the way they fry them. and they're so sugary. >> the popcorn stand looks
pretty good. >> traditional popcorn or caramel? >> caramel is pretty good. >> who says it right? >> corn dogs are any favorite. i come every year. i live really close. i always come down here just to get them. >> he always comes here to the west corn dog stand. this is the westmoreland family has been here for about 20 years. he's steling us how to make these things. you put two big hot dogs on a stick. what do we do? >> dip it down in the batter. you pull it out. oh, mine is not done. you put yours in the oil. after you put it in the oil, it looks like this. that one is not cooked enough. this is the finale. it's delicious. shall we try it? that is so good.
much better than the frozen ones you buy at the grocery store. very good, eva. back to you, clayton, anna and peter. >> ainsley, you're chowing down like a presidential candidate. we may have to put your name in the polls. >> we'll be right with you. >> nine minutes after the hour. onto other stories making headlines and a fox news alert. 54 people on board vanishing in severe weather. villagers in eastern papua now claiming to have seen a crash. the trigana air flight lost contact with the tower nine minutes from its destination. it was flying over rough mountainous terrain. five kids and five crew members. search crewing are holding off the search for now because of bad weather. they will resume monday morning local time. an unsuspected hero helps in an 18-day man hunt for a killer
in california. a sheriff deputy shot and killed benjamin ashley after he pulled a gun on them. ashley was suspected of several crimes, including murdering a retired dentist, taking three men hostage and shooting two deputies. a convenience store worker recognized the dangerous man and called police. >> he was dirty. he looked like he was hiking for days. he came in and got food. it seemed like the guy on the newspaper. >> ashley will officially be identified tomorrow. >> and an emotional memorial honoring the five service members gunned down in the chattanooga rampage. the shooter opening fire last month, killing four marines and one sailor. pentagon leaders attended the ceremony alongside hundreds of troupes tr around the country. vice president biden also spoke at the service.
and rory mcilroy proves he has the best long game on the green. >> he birdied t e ed the 2nd an 4th. better than that! >> the world's number one ranked golfer nailing the 64-foot eagle putt at the pga championship in wisconsin. australian jason day and jordan spieth are on top of the leader board. day is two strokes ahead of spieth. the final round starts later today. going to be glued to the tube. >> watching the eagles at 1:00 p p.m. >> tim tebow is starting today. a lot of questions whether he can throw it that far. rick is standing by. he's my eagles quarterback. >> i'm allowed to say that. i want to see how he performs. >> i'm wearing my shirt because
fox & friends olympics are continuing. you ready sfl. >> you're on my team. >> my point is, clayton, get ready. let's look at the maps and show you quickly. we have all the heat for a lot of the week. it's been in the southeast. now it's in the southwest. swef severe weather threat today. not that bad. mostly wind. tomorrow it expands across western nebraska. kind of the central high plains. by tuesday we could look at a significant severe weather outbreak. it looks like that at this point. we'll keep you posted right here. guys, back to you. >> thanks so much, rick. 12 minutes after the hour. you just saw the numbers. is the lead just smoke and mirrors? the rumbling from insiders who say there's no way he can win. and a pro football star stripping his kids of participation trophy. is this a winning play? your responses straight ahead. ooh pizza rolls!
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a new survey says roughly six in ten insiders say trump simply can't win in iowa and new hampshire. joining us to react is fox news contributor and editor of the national review. rich, nice to see you this morning. >> how you doing? >> so specifically we're talking about this politico caucus where they intervieweded in the early voting states. they simply say he doesn't have the o and he can't push the ball over the goal line in early voting states. what do you think about that? >> pretty much all the insiders believe this. we should take it with a grain of salt. none of the insiders would have predicted this dump surge to begin with. but they believe he'll be, and i
believe he'll be worn down over time by his greatest vulnerabilities. look at iowa. look at the guys who won iowa the last two times around. rick santorum, mike huckabee, really deeply religious social conservatives who are good fit for that state. you don't see trump lining up so much that way in iowa. >> we've seen a lot of people on social media and the facebook page responding while they think he has a lot to say, they want to hear more specifics. when strategists conclude he can't win, what are they pointing to specifically? is it perhaps a lack of organization in the early voting states? on the ground, retail politics door to door? >> right. both iowa and new hampshire, voters want to meet you and touch you and see you. often multiple times. does trump have the patience to do that? >> we saw santorum. >> right. santorum got in triz truck and met with people at the pizza
restaurants. maybe a handful. half a dozen at a time. will trump do that? it seems unlikely. he's the only candidate in the whole process that has captured people's imaginations. he's hugely entertaining. it's hard to compete with free helicopters rides for the kids at the iowa state fair. so at the moment, that really has him at the top. and and he has an intense fan base. i tlaugt the fox poll was interesting on this. trump is still at the top. you ask people who won the debate. he did the worst on that measure. people thought he did the worst but he has the most -- most republicans did. but he has an intense following that hasn't been shaken yet. >> and you took that to point in the latest column. you call it the phenomenal incoherence of donald trump. what he was saying during the debate brought vehemence, and he brought a lot of energy.
and you said there weren't a lot of specifics and he seems to contradict himself in the same sentences. >> once you get past the fact that he's entertaining and past the fact that he speaks with such amazing forcefulness and listen to what he's saying, it doesn't make sense. look at his signature issue of immigration. when he tried to say more specifically what he believes, he seems to think, we're going to deport every illegal immigrant. 11 million, 12 million people, and instantly bring them back to the country to continue to do the jobs they're doing now. that doesn't make sense. if you're going to deport them, they should stay deported. if you're going to legalize them, you don't need to deport them first. no one pays much attention now. no one cares because he's a lightning rod and he's fun. over time if he continues to be inconsistent and incoherent, you have to believe it will hurt him. >> viewers saying that would
like more specifics from him. great for seeing you this morning. >> thanks for having me. she wanted to start a pro-life club at the high school. they said no because pro-choice favorers would take offense. >> don't you die on me! come on! >> he comes to the rescue as a truck driver stops breathing. we'll hear from both men reunited for the first time since that crash. if you have moderate to severe
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attack outside of fallujah. iraqi officials say four bombers attacked -- drove vehicles filled with explosives inside the government barricades, outside of the city that isis held. clashes broke out afterwards. 15 more troops were hurt. and passengers jump for their lives as a ferry goes up in flames. you can see the black smoke pouring from the two-story boat. listen to this. 544 people were on board. none of them seriously hurt. anna, peter? >> 24 minutes after the hour. a nevada student was forbidden from starting a pro-life club at her high school, and now she's turning her anger into action by suing the school. administrators say the club was too controversial and exclusive. she claims she's being denied her right of freedom of speech. >> joining us now is that
student, angelique clark. good morning. >> good morning. >> your school is telling you a pro-life club is too controversy. do you think if you wanted a pro-planned parenthood club, they would stop you? >> well, technically i could have a pro planned parenthood club. i don't know who would want to do that. >> here's a statement from the school. this is what they said in may. all clubs must have a faculty adviser before being allowed to form an official club. this club does not currently have a fak culty member who wou advise the club. is that true? >> no i still have a faculty adviser. >> college campuses have a reputation for being liberal environments dochlt you feel the conservative groups are being targeted and discriminated against? >> yes, i kind of do. the school actually has a bible
club and multiple other clubs. i would have the right for a pro-life club. >> can yo tell us what inspired you to want to start a pro-life club that has been denied and got you at the center of a constitutional crisis? >> i'm a passionate pro lifer. i've studied abortion and know the the facts behind it. i want to educate people what it does to women and preborn human beings. it's not just a choice. it's something that affects a lot of people. in a very negative way. >> yeah, we can hear the passion in your voice about it. do you have support from other students who want to join your club and can't? >> yes, i have 25 interested students. and a lot of other people come up to me and ask how they can help. and i also have the faculty adviser ready to help me as well. >> so what are you going to do now? >> well, the lawsuit was
submitted a couple of days ago. so i'm waiting on the administration to reply to that. hopefully it will come soon. i'm a junior right now. i want at least two years to have the club. >> yeah, before you leave. angelique clark, appreciate your time. let us know how it pans out. >> thank you. 27 minutes after the hour on sunday morning. here's what's coming up on "fox & friends" weekend. an air show in chicago turns terrifying when two military parachutists collide midair. what spectators could see from the ground next. and a pro football star stripping his kids of participation trophies. is this a winning play? your responses straight aid head. ahead. ♪ usaa makes me feel like i'm a car buying expert
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>> we're not going to get participation awards for participating in this. >> but we're not children. >> if we lose, we should get one. >> it's a debate swirling around a lot because steeler players james harrison stripped his kids of his nonwinning participation trophy and says he wants his kids to earn real trophies. trophies like the most valuable player, most defensive player, or best sportsmanship. >> and he's a tough guy. he's been in the league for a long time. he said i came home to find out my boys receive two trophies for nothing. participation trophies. while i'm very proud of my boys for everything they do and will encourage them until the day i die, these trophies will be given back until they earn a trophy. i'm sorry i'm not sorry for believing things should be earned. i'm not going to make them
believe they are entitle to something because they do their best. >> i'm surprised yo u can write a message that long on instagram. >> so the question this morning is -- i mean, we know the problems of praise of kids. praising kids because it sets them up for failure later in life. if you praise them for everything they do, they don't want to be seen as a failure. >> or flip it around and say maybe they won't reach the full potential in somebody they would be good at. maybe football suspect their sport. maybe it's basketball. maybe it's playing the trumpet or the drums. praise your kids for what they're really good at. >> if your kid grows up to be a stockbroker, they're not going to be rich by showing up to the stock ek changs. they're not going to win a case by showing up to the courtroom, you know. you have to have the will to win. >> and you have to be able to
lose. if my boy strikes out, say you're out. go to the dugout. you're done. you don't get to cry. we're going to throw you more pitches until you hit it. >> and to be done with your report cord. ch even if you got an "f" on the test. everybody gets an "a." you get an "a." jeff on facebook says i agree. you have to earn it. in the game of life, i told my kids if you want a helping hand, it starts at the end of your own arms. >> carol says i disagree. you train and work hard and finish. yet, if you aren't the winner, shouldn't you get a finisher's medal. i'm sure they worked hard and improved their skills for the weekend. >> lori says everyone thinks they're entitled to something regardless of the lack of individual efforts. >> let us know your thoughts on facebook. >> a lot of steelers fans out
there. onto other stories making headlines. two military parachuters hurt after a midair collision and one tr the army's golden knights slamming into each other at the air and water show. spectators were first unaware of what went wrong. >> one guy was coming in really, really fast. then he lanted and went straight down. >> he hit the beach hard, fracturing a leg. he is in serious condition with a head injury. and a man armed with a machete is on the loose after robbing a massachusetts bank. you can see him holding up a large knife in the surveillance photos. police say he walked into the bank and told the teller he had a bomb in a bag. he took off and left the bag behind. instead of a bomb, police found a deflated soccer ball.
and flights are finally getting back on schedule after a computer glitch delayed hundreds of planes up and down the east coast. the problem at an air traffic control center in virginia, halted service to the busiest airports, including flights from new york and washington, d.c. a flight map from the type of the incident shows how planes were forced to ply around the affected areas. the faa blames an automation problem. and a life or death situation and it's all caught on dash cam video. a state trooper rushes to revive a truck driver after a crash. >> come on! come on! ohio state trooper and the trucker he saved, jonathan, reunited on our air. the officer describing a tense rescue. >> i was able to step up in the truck with him.
he was taking very, very low gasping breaths. hardly looked alive at all. our academy is so extensive in the training that at my point my mind went on auto pilot and i did what i knew i had to do. >> it turns out the trucker was suffering from an irregular heartbeat. he can't remember the crash, but he has made a full recovery. those are the headlines. >> let's get to rick, who is pretraining for the bungee cord competition in the olympics. hey, rick. how does it feel? >> i'm having a hard time breathing. >> the high pressure. >> i'm getting a good stretch on my ham strings. which is very important. meanwhile, let's talk weather. take a look at the maps waking up right now. milwaukee through the next five days. in the southwest, a little bit tomorrow. in the northern plains, that were so incredibly hot, cooling
down to the 70s. by tuesday, 72 in denver. and thursday we start to warm back up a little bit. we're also going to be hot in the eastern seaboard for much of the week. along with the heat is a system pulling in across parts of the central high plains. get ready for severe weather. mostly winds. maybe an isolated tornado or two. and into the day on tuesday, the biggest day of a threat for severe weather. and maybe a few tornadoes. this is like a may setup for severe weather that we're looking at this week. very serious business here, guys. don't challenge me, peter. >> he was on my team. rick, take it easy. get yourself a pastry. >> i'm ready. donald trump has a lot of money, and he's not afraid to use it.
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killed in the crash. this has one of the busiest commuter lines in the country. we'll have more on that. donald trump surrounded by supporters wherever he goes. one asked how much is he willing to spend on his own campaign? here's his answer. >> does trump spend a billion dollars on the election? >> how much? >> a billion. >> yes. >> i would do that. if i had to. >> trump is arguing to make great america great again we need to make america rich again. bu but does that make him an expert? maria, noo nice to see you. >> good to see you. >> a billion dollars. we hear about governor huckabee raking in a billion dollars. that seems to peal in comparison for what the the money would mean for the campaign. it's so much money. it's questionable. at the end of the day he will spend a billion dollars on his own money. his wel is really up for debate.
this is about $2.9 billion. he says i have $10 billion. he says he has 10 billion. a billion he will spend. i think at the end of the day, it's questionable if in fact he will put that much money into this. right now he's not really being forced to spend anything. he has not had to spend any of his own money. first of all, in terms of promotions, everybody wants to hear what he has to say. he's getting free publicity. he hasn't had to put his own money at stake so far. >> he sl have to, at some point. to get these offices set up in the early voting states. iowa, south carolina, new hampshire. the realers gets out and knocking on the doors. we've seen what money can do in a campaign. it doesn't mean you're going to win the presidency. >> that's right. that's what happened with romney. he keeps saying i told lobbyists. no, i don't want your money. they don't want to ask for favors. they're going to ask for favors
later. at the end of the day, it may not matter. money and politics has always been there. it's not always the answer in terms of getting elected. people frankly want substance. the first debate is under wraps. for the next several debates, the people want real solutions. which is why now trump is suggesting he's going to come out with specifics on immigration plan. he's going to come out with specifics on a tax plan. he better. that's what the american people will want. otherwise, i don't think his numbers will stay elevated. >> you're right about that. we saw that on facebook this morning from the viewers. they were saying they like that he's willing to stand up to the establishment, but they want to hear specifics. you have a big show lined up this morning. you have governor bobby jindal on. you have carly fiorina on there. and in a lot of ways because of the fox debate last week, and those numbers and shifting poll numbers now for the likes of carly fiorina.
>> she's doing incredibly well. she's articulating her story and what she can bring to the table very well. and i think that's why it's resonating. she also has a story that we can all sort of relate to. she started her career as a secretary. and so she was sick. she had cancer. all of these things. she's getting more personal. she's also coming out with solutions. she's talking about specifics in terms of regulation. in terms of fax reform, about what she would like to see. that's one of the reasons her numbers have gone up. people would like specifics. i'm interested in hearing her solution to obamacare. okay. then what is the solution? we need the alternative details so people can understand what, in fact, may come out of some of these changes. >> and she very articulately went after hillary clinton's e-mail scandal when as the head of a tech company, she was understanding and talking about servers and why it didn't make sense. >> she really can. she said hillary clinton, she's
a grandmother. so am i. a woman, so am i. she's not afraid to poke holes in hillary clinton's story. >> your show starts in about 13 minutes. don't miss it. it is sunday morning futures. maria, thank you so much. >> thank you very much, clayton. i'll see you in a little bit. >> coming up on our show, the finale of the highly competitive fox olympics. i'm telling rick to hold some energy. and anna is trying to compete to see if team blue can come from behind and win this. we'll be right back. ♪ 130 yards now... bill's got a very tough lie here... looks like we have some sort of sea monster in the water hazard here. i believe that's a "kraken", bruce. it looks like he's going to go with a nine iron. that may not be enough club... well he's definitely going to lose a stroke on this hole.
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all right. the next olympic games are in korea, l.a., seoul, l.a. has a bid in. you don't need to wait that long to get in on the north american action. it is the "fox & friends" olympics right now. it's anybody's game. rick and clayton have four points. myself and anna have two. but, the way that they're going to weight the bungi points, we're still in it. if anna loses this one, we might be able to make the control room make it the clayton and you and me match-up worth ten points or something. >> do you think that will happen? >> no. >> abe kaplan is here from the big bounce theory.com. what's the theory? >> all leg strength. >> leaning in, putting your legs into it. >> maybe rick can pull this off.
it's all leg strength. rick has calves like a tree trunk. >> have you seen rick's calves? >> anna, you ran a marathon in november. you ran the most recent in november. is that going to help here? does that guarantee a victory? >> help or hurt, i'm not sure. >> slow and steady. >> just like a tortoise. >> he said it's all in the legs. >> and the winner -- >> it's true. i have high hamstring tendonitis. >> what is the goal. >> get the excuses out. >> what is the goal, abe? >> each of the players have a velcro bean bag. there is a single strip on the center rung over here. the person who is going to be able to put their bean bag out on the strip furthest will be the winner. >> one shot. >> when i say go, at the same time, anna, last words. >> he's going down! >> come on, rick.
come on, team red. >> that's what they said at the last nasa rocket launch. >> on your mark, get set, go! >> slow and steady. slow and steady. >> oh! >> oh, no points. >> go, rick! go, go, go! >> whew! >> yeah. team red. >> oh, kooiman. now statistically it's impossible. >> i don't want to rain on the blue team's parade but i think statistically it's impossible for you to win. >> the last one is worth the most. >> so i think we have to strap -- >> peter and i taking each other on when "fox & friends" returns. we're going to get on the harnesses and come back to see if we can pull this out. are you ready?
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♪ ♪ >> in slow motion for you there. you can tell i'm a sore loser there. very disappointed with my performance. >> please, you have won everything that you've ever competed in since you've been on the show. >> until today. >> until today. this is a very big day for us. >> you and clayton. >> that's it. >> this guy is very impressive. >> don't speak so fast. there's more to come. we want to make sure we thank abe kaplan and the big bounce theory. thanks to bonccee for our. >> this is part of the bungi run. l.a. could potentially get the olympics.
boston dropped out. we've got to do this thing in new york city, right? >> that's it. we've had five competitions so far. clayton and i have won all of them. are you ready for this? >> and they're actually in the olympics. >> jousting? >> basketball. >> not our -- >> jousting is in it? >> olympic bungi run is in the olympics? >> if you perform well -- >> i have worked it out. probably going to have a bungi run today. >> all right. >> that would be so much fun. >> we're going to count you guys down. whoever gets it farthest on the strip here in 3, 2, 1, go! >> come on peter. >> come on, clayton. >> slow and steady wins the race. >> look at that strike -- going past the velcro. yeah!
>> i went past the velcro! >> clayton did not win? >> clayton won. >> he went way -- he went faster. >> wait. >> nobody ever said that -- it was distance, was it not? who said it was about time? >> maybe we should do one more? >> redo. redo. redo. >> all right. in 3, 2, 1! >> come on, peter. >> clayton. clayton. >> get it on top of his just like you did last time. >> in front. just like that. >> ladies and gentlemen, he has done it again. >> he was shaking it! >> okay. these guys get first place and we get second place. aka, last place. unfortunately. >> medal. >> anna and i win -- or clayton and i win first place and
because everybody gets a medal, you get a medal for being in last place. so you get a medal. >> i just want to thank the academy, my mom, dad and all these great fans that came out to see red team today. look at the red team crowd. good morning. presidential candidates taking center stage in two key swing states as the race to the white house intensifies. hi, everyone. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." coming up, why they should be the gop nominations. we take a look at just released fox news presidential polling. plus, we are a few weeks away from congress getting back to work and voting on the iran deal. ohio congressman mike turner this morning on why he says the president went about negotiations all the wrong