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>> grades are an indication of what a child is capable of doing and many make the grades and others don't. and we should expect more from our kids and not less. stay tuned, blue oyster cult will be out here on the plaza. "fox & friends" starts now. good morning to you. today is friday, august 28th. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. the president preaching gun control in the wake this week's shootings. >> here's my challenge to the president of the united states, you think this is so easy. forego your secret service protection for you, the first lady and your children and see what it's like to fend for yourselves. >> and here with us is rudy giuliani in a few moments. and hillary clinton comparing republicans to isis. >> we expect that from some of the terrorist groups, but it's a
little hard to take coming from republicans who want to be the president of the united states. >> really? terrorists? did she go too far? yes, but we'll tell you everything so you can decide. and what's the first thing that comes to mind when you see this man's picture? what about this guy? and her? america has spoken ladies and gentlemen. for some of the candidates, the answers weren't good. want to improve your mornings, friends. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> that is one of the classic
scenes from "saturday night live". it was a take-off on blue oyster cult and this is where will ferrell has to provide more cow belle, well, coming up this morning, on that stage, the all american concert series, it is the finale with blue oifter cult. i know tucker carson was supposed to be here, but when he heard it was the last show of the summer, he had to come. >> honestly, i love blue oyster cult. god zil la one of the most exciting tunes ever written. >> and also a nice good morning to heather childers who joins us right now with a "fox & friends." fox news alert. >> we begin this alert, a student is shot dead at satisfy vanna state university.
the university was put on lockdown for a short time. classes this morning are delayed until 10:00 a.m. while that manhunt continues. and an arrest in the murder of a nine-year-old girl in ferguson, missouri, she was shot doing her homework on her mom's bed. the deariu s brown is under arrest. two illegal a leanens are found stuffed inside the car near the u.s.-mexico border. both of them are mexican citizens and they were also arrested. and finally, it is friday and you no he what that means, it is awesomesauce, right, that is one of the new words in the
oxford dictionary. it means extremely good. and here's another one, wine o'clock, the definition you can probably guess. the appropriate time of day to start drinking wine. and how about manspreading, that, if you don't know is when a guy sets with his legs so far apart that you don't want to see that, mostly it's on public transportation by weigh. and mienlly hangry, that's when you are so hungry that you get angry. >> this is manspreading, thank you very much, heather. there are actual signs on the new york subway, you are supposed to stit like this, rather than like this, because that takes too much room. i'm a man, i'm spreading. that was the only one of those words. >> awesomesauce is not a noun. it's an ajejtive.
they are trying to figure out why vester lee flan i agsh flanagan murdered two people two days ago. it looked like he was ready for a gun fight, but he was ready to run but it looked like he had a disguise. he ended up shooting himself. they found a wig, six magazines of ammunition. a to do list, 17 stamped letters, a briefcase that contained three license plates, a shall, and an umbrella. >> we're also learning a lot more about his work history. previous qoerkers have been interviewed. this guy was a disaster at the office. accusing coe workers of racism again and again. he accused a coworker of racism for eating watermelon of his work. and the only pictures were of
himself on his refrigerator. >> he had a lawn chair pulled up to a computer with a red post it stuck on the red -- on the hard drive. >> he felt he had been discriminated against at work in various places because he was black and gay as well. let's bring in rudy giuliani is join being us today today. rather than talk about the mental health issue that it is, a number of people, including the president of the united states, saying, time for more gun control. >> here's the thing that is totally irrational about this. and i've been in law enforcement more in my life than anything else, new york city and chicago have the same gun control laws, exactly the same. chicago has 2.5 times the murders, so tell me gun control stops murder. >> mayor, did you take issue particularly when the president
said the number of gun-related homicides dwarves deaths by terrorism. you say? >> they also chop heads off and it's totally absurd to compare the two. this is an act of an insane man. terrorism is different. there's a whole ideology behind it. this is going to take an awful lot of human ingenuity, meaning insanity. terrorism is not hard to figure out. terrorism is being driven by an extreme islamic hatred. there's a way to fight it, deal with it, organize it. the difference between investigating organized crime which i did a lot of and random crime.
>> hillary clinton says you don't have the right to again yourself. if someone comes to your house, the first thing you need to do is call 911. >> here's my challenge of the president of the united states, you think this is so easy. forego your secret service protection for you, the first lady, and your children, and see what it's like to have to fend for yourself and then we'll set up down and have a conversation so you know what we here at ground level have to deal with on a daily basis in terms of self-defense. i'm done asking people in my community to outsource their personal safety to the government. >> it's pretty easy for politicians trying surrounded did i armed guards to tell you to give up your weapons. >> i've had death threats over the years. i had a fatwa issued against me.
i've had an order issued against you to cut my throat. >> these were actual threats. >> ever single one of them reported on the news, including one that just came up in a sicilian mafia trial. so i have protection, and i've had protection for some time, and if i didn't have protection, i would have a gun because, look, if somebody walks into my house with a gun and i call 911, it may be too late, they may kill myself, my wife and my children, when i had children at home, so i think this is absurd. it's also absurd to equate reducing crime with gun laws because states that have gun laws, as i said, chicago, has two and a half times the murders of new york. why is that? because new york, under me, and bratten, and then later kelly and bloomberg went and took the guns out of the hands of bad guys, whereas in chicago, they
back off. so the trick is get the guns out of the hands of the bad guys, put the guns in the hands of the good guys and by the way, the bad guys largely don't go register, so it didn't help you very much. could we do a better job of classifying mental illness? this guy gave us a lot of signals that maybe should have been reported in a database. >> he was told by his employer go see a doctor but he was never officially diagnosed. >> and the employer was probably afraid because of eeoc and everything else to call the police and say hey, this guy sounds kind of dangerous, it looks like he had a couple of fights. he was a violent guy. >> let me ask you about using words as weapons. hillary clinton yesterday in cleveland, ohio, decided to compare the gop republicans to terrorists. watch this. >> extreme views about women, we
expect that from some of the terrorist groups. we expect that from people who don't want to live in the modern world. but it's a little hard to take coming from republicans who want to be the president of the united states. >> she res you are -- resurrected the women's health issue. >> let's not fall for the bait. she's under investigation for 12 different crimes. if i were u.s. attorney, she would be indicted already. i would have subpoenaed her server six weeks ago. not two weeks ago when somebody probably told the justice department it was okay to do it. why the heck the justice department waited six weeks to subpoena that material is beyond comprehension. i was in the justice department for 15 years. it's an outrage that there
hasn't been a grand jury impaneled. she should be in front of a grand jury discussing why she destroyed classified material. it's an outrage what's being done. let's get to the foundation and the clintons. millions of dollars to the foundation, lots of favors by hillary to businesses and to government. i can count 12. millions of dollars in speaking fees to hillary. they filed joint returns. i put a congressman in jail for $42,000 bribe. i mean, give me a break. mcdonnell in virginia went to jail for one-tenth of the money the clintons pulled down. the foundation, i would love to investigate the foundation. it's the clinton slush fund. that's what the foundation is.
the little money gets to some poor people and they live like kings. i'm telling you, if you had a fair and impartial justice department, and this is a u.s. attorney who asked for a special prosecutor for ed meese during the raegan administration. i felt terrible. i know he's an honest man, but i did my job. do your job. that woman should be investigated. i believe this these things are true, she should already be indicted. don't fall for the bait. that's bait. that's garbage. >> mayor, thank you. >> you are welcome. >> i love the suit. >> me too. last day of summer or something, pretty close to it. >> last week of it. mayor, thank you very much. coming up, he's a terror suspect on the no-fly list but now he's getting a trucker's license. how in the world does that happen? we'll try to explain. then a teacher shows up late
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to remember the two journalists killed by a former coworker on live tv, the third woman being interviewed at the time is recovering at a nearby hospital. >> "fox & friends" co-host anna kooiman is outside the facility in roanoke where she spoke to the victim's husband. >> good morning to you at home. i did speak to vickie gardener's husband last night. she was literally dodging the gunman's bullets. >> if had just been a couple of millimeters or centimeters to the left, it would have severed her spine and a up can of millimeters to the left of that, it would have severed her aorta. >> tim says after flanagan fired at alison ward and -- parker and
adam ward. he fires and misses at her. he fires at her back and the bullet grazes her spine. next, vickie hears the gun click and flanagan is out of bullets and he flees the scene. >> in attendance outside the studios, the attorney general. restaurants are encouraging words. saying they stand with wdbg. >> -- wdbj. >> i feel prebad -- very bad that the two young people whose lives were taken didn't have a chance to have -- enjoy the 40 same years of marriage my wife and i have had. she's the light of my life. >> wow. and as a political debate over gun control rages on, tim
gardener says he blames flanagan's crazed mental state. >> if he hadn't had a gun, he would have had a knife or a ma chetee. he was bound and determined to make a name for himself on live tv because he failed so many times. i don't blame the gun. i blame the guy who was holding the gun. >> tim says that his wife is expected to get out of the icu in the next day or two in roanoke memorial hospital. he said she lost a kidney and part of of her colon. recovery will take three months and can't wait to get back on the lake to go sailing with her husband like she always does. >> anna joins us live from roanoke. what a nice man. a group of teens caught on camera breaking into a woman's
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sedan. and $50,000, that's how much a frustrated florida state alum is asking for her diploma. she listed it on ebay after failing to find a job in the field for which she trained. ouch. an army veteran saved the live of a six-year-old boy at an orlando resort after he fell into the pool and carlos mullen heard the screams from his third floor hotel room and sprang into action. he is still on vacation in orlando. hi, how are you? >> hi, how are you? >> i'm doing okay. thank you very much for being in the right place at the right time. actually, you were on the third floor. tell us what went down at the west gate resort there in orlando on monday. >> well, it all happened really fast. i heard a lot of screaming, people yelling for a lifeguard, and like you said, i'm on the their floor, so i have a perfect
view of the pool. when i looked down, i see a a little bit just laying there lifeless, so i rush down as fast as i could, get down there. there are about 20 to 30 people. so i pushed my way through the crowd, and i looked at the little boy's face and i thought he was gone. eyes rolled back, stuff coming out of his nose and mouth. there was a gentleman there performing cpr. he was a little low, so i took over, and started performing cpr, got the little boy breathing. as soon as the little boy threw up in my mouth and he sat him up, i thought the chaos of the over. meanwhile, my fiancee contacted the front desk, she was put on hold for two minutes while they call paramedics. the people at the record sort -- resort, the employees were standing there looking like they didn't know what to do. >> i know they don't have life guards there.
is it posted no life guards and there's a procedure if somebody is trouble -- there's the sign right there. all right. i guess you swim at your own risk there. >> that's pretty much what it looks like. me and my fiancee went after the incident and talked to the operations manager and his response was -- i was shocked. you know, i had to step out of the room with the lack of sympathy he had. he said well i have 400 personnel here who are cpr certified. i asked him where was that person who was cpr certified? he said they could have been on lunch break. he said it so nonchalantly. >> you said somebody was performing cpr ask but performing it too low on the kid's boy where did you learn? >> combat life saver classify while -- class while i was in the military. >> you went running and saved
that kids life. any idea how the kid is? >> you know, imt to say his brothers are heroes. he's okay because of his brothers. they had to have been 10 to 12 years old. pulled him out of that water. i went back down there after i composed myself. i talked to the grandmother. about two hours later, and she said that her grandson was at the hospital now for 24 hours because he had water still in his lungs and they wanted to, i guess, keep him there for observation for secondary drawng. >> it sounds like he's going to be okay in the long run. i know you got a couple of days left on your vacation down there in florida. there could be a big storm brewing. if i was down there, i would buy you a beer tonight. just buy one and send me the bill. carlos mullen, an army vet who saved that kids life. thank you, sir. that's terrific.
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it's my hair. i swear. come here. come here. come here. i'm going -- we're going to settle this. is it mine? look. >> it is. >> it is. say it, please. >> yes, i believe it is. >> thank you. >> yes, i believe it is. >> well, that is donald trump speaking at a campaign rally in south carolina, putting to bed one of pressing issues of this campaign, proving once and for all that his hair is not a rug. he brought a woman up from the audience to inspect it. i totally felt for this man. >> yours does kind of look like a rug. >> he has been on this couch and we have tugged on it. it is really his hair. >> 100%. speaking of donald trump, quinn pea yak did this open poll, what is the first word you
think of when we give you this candidates name. the first one, we did donald trump. the bigger the word, the more people said it. arrogant, blow hard, honest, eeg go stuff like that. and the people were asked what was the first word to come to mind when it came to hillary clinton. liar, followed by dishonest, untrustworthy, experience, strong, and bill, and woman. >> here's the reaction from jeb bush. weak, honesty, dynasty, family, brother, experience. and quinnipiac shows bush losing 4-to-1 to donald trump. these don't seem to correlate with the poll numbers very well. >> donald trump has been far away from beating hillary for a while and now he's inching up
behind her. keep in mind. the reason liar and dishonest and untrustworthy are the biggest is those are the things that people said the most often. you got to wonder, tucker and elisabeth, will the democrats really nominate the dishonest liar who is untrustworthy. >> they want bill and strong to be the big words in that lineup. >> heather childers has got some headlines. i begin with two words. terror suspect. he's on the no-fly list but this minnesota terror suspect could soon be driving your kids to school. amir michal just got his endorsement. back in 2007, he was arrested by fbi in kenya, suspected of leaving a terror training camp
in somalia. a roving group of teenagers caught on camera ransacking a home in california. ruth ortega she's she was shocked to learn that her child had stolen stuff -- let me go back. thank to the parents of those teens who recognized them on the news and urged them to turn them receives in. >> i think it would be hard for my parent to do, but it's the right thing to do. as parents, our job is to teach your kids right from wrong. >> ortega is grateful and she says there's still good people in her city. no word yet if the boys will face any charges. educators in one college are having trouble with pronouns are dropping he and she, the university in knoxville says
students might be offended if people use traditional pronouns. they are working on making their campus welcoming for everyone. those are a look at your headlines. back to you, elisabeth. ze has some more. >> the letter x and letter z are -- >> thank you very much. a big storm is causing some big damage. watch this. [ screaming ] >> oh, my. that storm is headed right toward florida. maria is tracking it for us. what do we know this morning? >> i'm not sure the storm is heading to florida. it's the very disorganized. it's located on the southeastern side of where it should be. it's just really a big mess right now across parts of the caribbean. it does has maximum sustain winds of 50 mile per hour.
it is still a tropical storm. over the last few days, we've been looking at this track and we've seen potentially it could become a hurricane the next few days. that is no longer the case according to computer models. it should remain a tropical storm, could not maybe make it out of the caribbean. we have very tall mountains across the hiss panola area and that is something to consider. you got to stay alert. keep an eye on the storm. we'll have more details in the next 24 to 36 hours. all right. we know how the manhunt ended a couple of days ago out in virginia. a va state highway patrol was driving down interstate 66 when they had these license plate
readers on their car, just like this right here, and that was able to -- it was a license plate scanner and there was a ping and joining us right now in his car is tom joyce. this is exactly what the police officer had in their car, right? >> that is correct. this is an exact replication. >> now, to show folks how it works, ted, can you show -- we've got three license plate numbers. it's just a super camera, right, tom? >> it's two cameras on each one of those mounded on the top. >> i understand it uses algorithms and all sorts of things. there's a car behind us about a half a block. we're going to have drive by it. what are you doing? >> can you type in the following license plate? we got an alert for gst-5020.
>> 5 -- it won't do the -- >> 5020. >> it didn't add the zero. you look at 48th street near us. >> we're going to call it a test for this system but we can set it up for anything, armed robbery, burglary. we're going to go to test because we don't want to send out the wrong alert. >> there you go. if you could just go back up there. and just put test. >> and alarm priority. we want to make it a hot plate. we're going to call it a high level. there's other information you can put in there. >> for today, we're going to add hot plate. >> are you sure you want to add this? we absolutely do want to add this hot plate. this car is now in our system as
a hot plate ready to be read. we get an alert, it will flash on the screen. >> okay. so we're just looking at the screens, and you are cueing the guy. we know he's coming. less -- let's see if he get an alert. look at that, that was instantaneous! >> there's the alert. as a police officer, i would go into pursuit and do a felony car stop on that vehicle. >> that's unbelievable. the other day, when they were able to spot that guy's car, in addition to the plate, you also see white car, you can say okay we're looking for the white audi. that is unbelievable. there are some people who deent like the idea of license plate readers, but how often do they use these things? >> they use the in-car systems all the time and hundreds of cases all across the country are solved. as far as the data retention, we very strong. there's policy and privacy issues. there's laws on the books right now that protect it.
the drivers' privacy protection act protects it. this is completely anonymous data. >> it's a great tool. >> all right. so tucker and elisabeth, that's how a license plate reader works. it's instantaneous and it's solving a lot of crime. >> enough to keep me honest. >> we're going to track you all the way back into the studio as well. coming up next, did you get stopped and frisked? make certain you get this form afterwards. a new policy that makes many police departments furious. the government tried to figure it out but failed. up next, school lunches your kids will actually eat. hmmm. ♪ ♪ ♪
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starting next month, new york's police department will have an extra duty to perform. for every action taken that does not result in an arrest, officers must fill out an information card explaining exactly why a person was stopped, and then give that card to the person. is this a win for the constitution or yet another regulation that will keep cops from doing their job? zbroining us now for a fair and balanced debate, john raftry. and neil franklin. thanks very much to you both for joining us. neil, first to you, do police need another layer of bureaucracy? >> i don't see this as a layer of bureaucracy, what i see this it's a best practice. many police departments have doing this across the nation. this is a very important issue regarding the constitution and
the fourth amendment of the bill of rights where we should be free from unreasonable search and seizure. we should be secure among our persons, places and effects. something this serious warrants documentation, so if i'm stopped and i'm searched and i'm questioned, i think it's just a respectful and right thing to do, according to the constitution of the united states and the bill of rights. i should get some documentation. i should know who is stopping me and i should know why i'm being stopped and most people don't know the law and it's an opportunity to educate people as well. >> john, what about that? i understand why police departments don't like that and are frustrated. i'm an american citizen, if the police stop me and go through my clothing, don't i need to know why? >> you are told that verbally. i think to be supported, neil you might be out of touch for policework. you have minutes to sure for people who may have committed crimes many times. you are going to spend time
stopping the officer filling out a form rather than looking for the actual perpetrator. >> this is an attack ton police practices that have worked. >> it's not an attack on police. it's something that should be done. >> we stop people all the time, john, for traffic violations. >> are you going to start handing them out on traffic violations? >> once we deem that the scenario is safe as we do, then the right thing to do is to take a couple of seconds and write down your name and why you stopped someone to search them. we've got to stay within what we have -- [ both speaking at the same time ] >> when you have these officers stopping in the back of project buildings by themselves, it's already a hostile situation. you are going to have them put their head in a book to fill out
a form. >> you should have deemed these areas safe and do what you need to do. >> maybe you are out of touch with policework. [ multiple people speaking at the same time ] >> that was really interesting. thanks for joining us this morning. coming up next, we told you hillary clinton compared republicans to terrorists, literally, she said it out loud. marco rubio joins us live. he's got a response to that. and the government tried to figure it out and failed, coming up, school lunches your children will willy eat. while -- will willingly eat. we'll tell you what they are. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> body cameras on patrol, the l.a.p.d. rolls out devices for thousands of officers, but will the new program end controversy or put people's safety at risk? we're going to explain the cause for concern on "the real story"
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well, you see that apple. you know what that means. it's back to school week. kids are tossing veggies and fruits from school lunches. how do you pack a healthy lunch your children will actual willy eat? rebecca joining us mow. thanks for being here. worse thing to happen to a mom the lunchbox comes home and everything still in it. >> how do we spruce up kids lunches so they eat it. it takes creativity and doesn't take much time. these things only take a couple minutes. kids eat with their eyes. it has to look visual.
these are peanut and butter sushi roll. take a slice of bread, cut off the crust, roll it out. slather with peanut butter and jelly. roll it up and slice it. this because you want them to eat their fruit. teenage mutant ninja turtle apple. and you said hot pockets. >> roll out prebought pizza dough. cut circles. let kids fill it with what they want. marinara sauce, cheese, chicken. bake it, put in the freezer. pull out in the morning and heat them up. >> and how cute is this on the banana. >> if you put the dip in already, they're more likely to eat the carrots.
>> these are meat sushi rolls. we have gluten free children. i know you know gluten free. it's favorite deli meats. >> gluten free, non gmo, no nuts. schools love it too. >> is this mac and cheese on a muffin. >> it is. there's butternut squash mixed in. they're getting vegetables they don't realize. put nit a cupcake man so easier and fun. >> that's adorable. i'll give it the test and see if they find the squash. >> what's great about this, all the sections. kids like eating in sections. this one i'll admit took longer than the others. these others took an extra minute each morning to make. this is american cheese. cut can it out with a knife in the shape of a school bus.
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forego your secret service protection for you, first lady and see if it's easy to protect yourself. >> here's the problem, the gun or gunman. we report. you decide. hillary clinton says the real terrorists are republicans. >> we expect that from some of the terrorist groups, but it's a little hard to take coming from republicans who want to be the president of the united states. >> so is did she go too far? that's a rhetorical question. we'll have that coming up. >> we'll talk to marco rubio coming up. he may be the world's fastest man. he can't run a segway. oh my goodness. couldn't outrun it. taken down by a segway. man oh man. live from new york city, this is friday "fox & friends" with blue
oyster cult today. ♪ ♪ >> yep reaper showing up today. blue oyster cult will be the grand finale for this summer's all american summer concert series. there brewing up beautiful barbecue. >> tucker, never seen you so excited for our summer concert series out. >> jerry garcia is gone. the next best thing is on our plaza. i'm genuinely excited. >> today let's call this blue oyster couch. >> i love that. >> except it's white. >> we can change that. >> we can.
we'll get a work on that with our technical colors here as we say hello to heather childers. good morning to you. >> should go out with a cow bell. good morning to everyone at home. a fox news alert. a student is shot dead at savannah state university, and the gunman is still on the loose. christopher starks was shot at the student union last night. the university was put on lockdown for a short time. classes are delayed until 10:00 a.m. while the man hunt continues. the american teen hours from learning his fate for helping isis. this 17-year-old from virginia admitted to raise money and recruit fighters for the terror group as well as helping other teens travel to syria. the former honor student faces 15 years in prison. a charles manson follow her and convicted if he long could be a free man.
bruce davis could be eligible for parole. he's been in prison 43 years for the murder of a hollywood stunt man. california's governor could block the release. davis has been denied for parole 28 times. you have to hear this story. a teenage boy keeps his father alive for two whole days after he falls off the side of a mountain in idaho. that father and 13-year-old son were backpacking when a boulder the size of a refrigerator came loose and hit the dad sending him plunging down a mountain. >> charlie was on top of things. he knew a lot of important things like keeping somebody hydrated that's injured. getting the bleeding stopped. >> man, what a kid. that after two days at his father's side, the teenage boy hiked three miles to get help. his dad wrote a note to give to authorities that explained how to find him.
they did, and dad is going to be okay. thanks to a really brave son. amazing story. >> wonderful. >> you need them on the show. >> it's like a movie. >> we just heard from warner producer. we're trying to get them for tomorrow. what a boy. >> well done young man. let's talk a little bit about this. two days ago about this time, vester lee flanagan went to a live shot and murdered two former colleagues of his at the television station out in roanoke, virginia. that is his chevy sonic that was intercepted as we learned license plate reader driven by a virginia state highway patrolman. inside the car it's very clear he was ready either for a gun fight or just to slip back into society because he had a costume. >> court documents after the investigation has begun after killing alison parker and adam
ward. a wig, six items of ammunition, to do list, 17 stamped letters, briefcase with three license plates, shaw and umbrella. >> we're learning more about his life before the murders. he bumped around from tv job to tv job leaving a trail of shaken and frightened coworkers. this guy was a time bomb. he was reprimanded for wearing an obama sticker on air. he accused coworkers of imaginary crimes. >> they're saying there's pictures of his apartment where he was living. some say no decorations on the walls. pictures were of himself modeling. his bed had no sheets, no comforter, no pillow, completely bear. a chair pulled up to a computer and hard drive with a post-it on the top of that hard drive. wonder what that could have
said. let's talk politics. hillary clinton was out in cleveland, ohio i believe. you know, there are a number of republicans who would like to make sure planned parenthood, given the fact we've seen videos they're taking baby body parts apart and selling them, a number of republicans would like to defund planned parenthood. yesterday because she, hillary, supports planned parenthood, america's largest abortion mill really, she changed that. she refers to that as women's health. she also equated republicans with terrorists because they're against planned parenthood, i mean women's health. listen. >> extreme views about women, we expect that from some of the terrorist groups. we expect that from people who don't want to live in the modern world. it's a little hard to take
coming from republicans who want to be the president of the united states. >> it's hard to believe that's real. hillary's position is if you have questions at all for abortion up until the moment of birth, you're al qaeda. who's the extremist here? the polls do not suggest any but a tiny minority agree with her. >> mayor sat with us wearing sere sucker. he was anything but soft on hillary clinton. he said don't fall for the debate. >> this is because she's under investigation for what i count at least 12 federal crimes. if i was u.s. attorney, she'd be indicted already. i'd have subpoenaed her server six weeks ago, not two weeks when somebody told the justice department it was okay to do it. why the heck the justice department waited six weeks to
subpoena that material is beyond comprehension. do your job. that woman should be investigated. i believe if these things are true, she should be indicted. don't fall for bait. >> what she's doing, the mayor says is, is trying to switch the subject so she's not talking about the e-mail server. there's stories out will there bill clinton behind the scenes is furious that the campaign is doing so badly, that joe biden is picking up steam. i saw on politico apparently later today at the brooklyn headquarters for hillary clinton, they've got a plan to present something to the democrat national committee to say essentially our campaign is not in trouble. don't start lining up behind joe biden. everything is fine. she's going to win. >> according to the recent polls, he fairs better against republicans than she they may have something to be upset about. he hasn't said he's running.
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the next horizon. everyone loves the chase. extreme views about women, we expect that from some of the terrorist groups. we expect that from people who don't want to live in the modern world, but it's a little hard to take coming from republicans who want to be the president of the. >> okay republican candidate for
president and florida senator marco rubio joining us from myrtle beach. according to hillary clinton, you're one of the extremist republican terrorists. >> she's desperate, panicked. her campaign is in bad shape. her views are the ones that are radical. here's what's most offensive. they won't call terrorists terrorists. they call political points terrorists. you're going to see this many weeks to come. they're in trouble that's well documented, maybe criminal charges around the corner. she's exposed as being incompetent and deceitful on the e-mails and so forth. >> we asked people to do word association with candidates. i'm going to try with you now. hillary clinton, what's the first word that comes to mind? >> desperate. just panicked. desperate, one of those words.
they're in a lot of trouble. >> according to the word cloud where they asked 1500 people, the word most associated with hillary clinton, she is according to people that responded a liar, followed by dishonest, followed by untrustworthy, followed by experiment, strong something good, bill. that is what it is. the headline is liar, dishonest, trustworthy. >> experimented liar is probably the word cloud if you put it together. those aren't the words people put on campaign pamphlets. they're in a lot of trouble. she's lost credibility. she's being cute with words and saying i never un -- took in information i knew was classified. they erased classification.
that's because somebody, whether her or she asked them to or someone on her staff was lazy, and removed the classification. she should have known. when you see this information, there are clear indications even if you remove the top header. these are classified on these. it's recklessness for someone in her position to expose that to foreign intelligence agencies as they did when sending to her by e-mail. >> switch to on air tragedy shooting. many on the left took this opportunity to push for gun control. you may have missed this being on the road. here's this. watch. >> we know the number of people that die from gun related incidents around this country
dwarves deaths that happen through terrorism. >> we've got to do something about this. it's not just the deaths in the headlines. most of you in the audience know we lose people to gun violence everyday. >> are you aware summer of specific policies that either of those two, hillary clinton or president obama are bushing to end this tragedy this week? >> that's exactly right. he bought, according to news and reports i've seen, went to the gun store, passed the background check. he didn't buy assault rifle. he bought a handgun. unless they want to erase the second amendment. if that's what they want to do, be honest and say this is what you want to do. none of the laws they're pushing would have done anything about it. the tragedy just happened. two human beings lost their lives, a third seriously injured. the first thing they want to talk about is politics. they immediately want to link to some political agenda of theirs without knowing the facts of the
case. this is typical of left and radical antigun lobby that finds place in the radical left that's taken over the democratic party these days. >> do you think it's part of the culture now? >> cwe need to ask why are huma beings doing these things? at the end of the day, if someone is suffering from this or whatever he was going through, whatever his motivations had been. he had long period of grievances during his time working in florida. how do you spot this before someone goes nuts and does something like this? beyond it, gun violence in america is committed by gang fights, people caught in crossfire. this is part of culture that's become more violent. that's the question we need to focus on. what is the impact of broken families, broken communities,
having our country at large? that's the fundamental question. by the way, there's not a law to pass to fix that. that's up to us as fathers, mothers, members of community to do more about it. >> you're taking on a tough topic. you're also taking on china when it comes to foreign policy is. why? >> the relationship between china and united states is host important of the 21st century. we can't continue this disillusion that engaging them is the only way. they hack into our computers, rapidly expanding their military to challenge us in the asia pa sific region. they continue to manipulate currency and economic policies in a way that violates rules of international trade and commerce. we need to be realistic about it. i talk about that today. i think it begins downgrading
the visit next week. not cancelling it, downgrading it. we need our ability to challenge their illegitimate claims in the pacific region. by the way, i think this is why it's so important we continue to engage in allies in the region economically and militarily. >> he's got a major policy speech later today in myrtle beach, south carolina. senator, before you go -- >> you guys have blue oyster cult today. >> that's right, blue oyster cult. first word that comes in your mind -- >> cow bell. >> cow bell would be the word. >> look at the clip. we got it. thanks senator. >> we'll have fun for you here. thank you. still to come, that is not a spare tire. two guys found in the trunk of a car. can you guess what they were doing there? our own dr. segal returned
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15 veterans headstones from a landfill did nothing wrong when he tiled the patio with them. they'll be buried at a local cemetery. thanks. known for music and great food, dr. segal was there. >> i ate there, little too much wine a lot of nuts, fruits, vegetables, a lot of fish. red wine. cheese is in there too. a lot of pasta, lot of cheese. number one on the quiz, are red wine is good for your heart. >> fact. >> fact. >> all right. the answer is fiction. >> what? >> that's a myth? >> one glass of red wine is probably okay.
it improves good cholesterol and circulation. who has one glass? especially in italy. >> for people that have one, that's good for them. >> it's probably okay. it's not proven, but probably okay. nobody i know has one glass. olives improve your memory. >> go with true. >> fact. >> you're right guys. that one you get right. >> what if it's in a martini? there's antioxidants that are good for your brain keep the toxins from building up in your brain. number three, olive oil is healthier than butter. >> that's true. >> fact. >> our crew said fact. >> this is a trick question. that's fiction. the problem with olive oil that it's got too much fat. 14% saturated fat, 125 calories.
both are bad for you. >> oh, come on. >> cheese helps reduce the risk of alzheimer's. cheese is bad for you. last one, fish improves sleep. >> fact. >> fact. it makes melatonin in your brain. omega good for your heart and brain. fish is great. >> round of applause for dr. segal. >> fish, nuts. look who's coming up next. we'll talk to guys from blue oyster. doctor, what else is coming up? >> coming up, what's the first
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with his mug. >> catch and chug. >> spicy brew, no doubt about it. >> amazing catch there. >> pretty impressive. >> where do you learn where to do something like that? >> only in america. >> in college. >> well executed. if we had to say one word about that, victory for you. >> it's a beer thing. >> a brand new poll shows hillary clinton is leading on the democrat side although bernie sanders and joe biden are behind her. on the republican side, trump opened the lead now 28%. the people also said what is the first word that comes into your head when you think of hillary clinton. we've got a word cloud here. the larger the response, the bigger the word is. the number one thing people think of when they think of hillary, the word was liar followed by dishonest,
untrustworthy, experiment, strong, bill, woman. >> that is right. they also asked about two other candidates. what is the first word that comes to mind when you think of jeb bush? that wasn't on the list. guess what was? bush. bush was the most common name when they thought about jeb bush. then came experience under that family, weak, dynasty, brother. >> the question was asked of donald trump too. here it was. it was negative, arrogant, blowhard. these responses do not correlate at all to actual poll numbers who have trump leading jeb bush by a factor of four 28 to 7. there's disconnect i think. >> given the fact liar, untrustworthy were the words --
it wasn't just a few, it was a sizable number. how does that person get to be president? >> these are backwards. strong and bill clinton are the two things she'd like you to associate with her. >> 10 points she has dropped since july. >> did you notice when going through words there was heckling from the crowd. come on over here. let me ask you sir, what's your name? >> blue oyster cult. no. tom. >> okay, tom, first word that comes in the head -- let's keep these clean. >> i'm keeping clean. >> first thing when you think of hillary. >> she put a child through college. >> one word. >> maybe our next president. presidential. >> very good. what's your name? >> ace. >> when you think of -- first word when i say trump.
>> hardcore. >> jeb bush, first word. >> bush. >> next. hanging chaz. look at that. they showed up for the big show and wound up on television. >> that was the focus group on the plaza. beat that. >> we'll continue. they're the hardcore ones. >> we'll be back with more words of music. first we'll toss inside to heather for headlines. good morning. good morning to everyone at home. two illegal aliens are found stuffed in a trunk of the car. an american driver is under the arrest for human smuggling after u.s. border agents found the men sweating profusely with no way to escape. both are mexican citizens and they are also under arrest. he's on the no fly risk. could this terror suspect be driving your kids to school?
just got class a trucking license and applied for school bus endorsement in minnesota. he has been twice removed from mosques for radicalizing other men. in 2007 he was arrested by fbi in kenya suspected of leading a training camp in somalia. educators are having trouble with pro nouns so so they're dropping he and she and calling everyone ze. they're saying they're concerned students might be offended if people use traditional pronouns. they're working on making their campus welcoming for everyone. the world's fastest man can't outrun the camera. this knocked them both to the ground. he was celebrating his 10th world title. the gold at the championships in
beijing. he was able to walk it off after he did a back roll there. he was okay. those are headlines. back to you steve. >> man oh man. he needs those legs. thank you very much. meanwhile, fox news alert. this is something a lot in the country are looking at now. tropical storm erika leaving a path of destruction as it barrels towards the united states. apparently it's out in the caribbean. [ screaming ] >> a church swallowed by raging flood waters. four dead, 20 others missing so far. the storm now battering the caribbean and making its way perhaps toward florida and carolinas. maria has been tracking it all morning. we had the cone of uncertainty. are we anymore certain where it's going to go? >> no. anyone that says otherwise is lying to you. this storm system is very
disorganized. it's in the caribbean. there's dry air and wind shear it's battling with. the center of circulation is displace ed from the activity. it has a lot of moisture. seeing a lot of rainfall and deadly flash flooding in the caribbean. look at the updated forecast track. it still generally heads towards the west northwest. it has a big obstacle. out there we have calm, mountainous terrain. that's the issue with the storm system as far as it intensifying over the next 24 hours. if it manages to survive the tough environment across the caribbean, it could reintensify. we could look at impact across florida as a tropical storm. that track has been shifted westward from where originally thought to be. again, a lot of moisture with that. like you saw on the screen, things could happen with these systems with a lot of moisture. back to you elisabeth and
tucker. >> thanks. ♪ ♪ >> bobby, you are right. i am being selfish. >> last time i checked we don't have a lot of songs that feature the cow bells. got to have my cow bell. >> i would be doing my self a disservice but every member of the band the if i didn't perform. >> the only thing is more cow bells. >> more cow bells and albums sold. right now we are thrilled to be with the gang. your fans are loving you. they're burning for you. is that right? what's the best part about knowing you've had fans that span over three decades of play? >> it's great.
it's still fun, still a great time. >> about 50 to 70 shows a year. >> that's about what we do these days. 70 or 80. >> is that right? amazing. >> i am a fan. i have to ask you, lyrics of tune godzilla are the most clever thing ever written. did you write those? >> very smart. they're hilarious and great. >> neat thing, there's 12 lines in the whole song. they're good lines. >> speaking of taking on new life, jk rally is writing a new book. guess what it's titled? she's so popular. to use your lyrics throughout this book. when did you know it was happening? >> we found out earlier this year. we're very impressed. >> have you talked to her about it? >> not yet. look forward to the opportunity. >> we're pleased she's a fan of
ours. she's using lyrics from several of our songs all through the book. >> incredible. >> we are glad to have you here. >> we're glad to be here. >> back performing in a bit. your fans cannot wait. we're going to throw back inside now. we'll come back for music in a bit for all of you at home. >> elisabeth, thank you very much is. meanwhile, who would be the best president to decrease the size of our government? john is here with our best and worst options. he's holding them in his hands. >> then a disaster movie from the future hitting theater this is weekend. is "z for zacariah" worth your money? we'll have that coming up. ♪ ♪ . l.a.p.d. rolls out devices
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♪ more than 400 day the 2016 presidential elections, you wouldn't know it though. it hasn't stopped john from deciding on favorite picks already. from spending to stance on immigration. he ranked the candidates best and worst to lead the country. >> he reveals the best and worst presidents. let's start with what you think would be the best presidents. >> look, i'm a libertarian so gary johnson or rand paul. sadly they're not doing well. rand didn't come across as likable many the debate so he's falling. >> what issue do you like about
rand? >> i wanted a guy that says government is too big. we're about to go broke. no one has clearly proposed budget cuts and said maybe some of the wars you love so much may not be a idea. >> maybe if he would go full blown to be the man he really is, he might be doing better. >> to please republicans, he's gotten tougher on some things that don't make me comfortable. i don't know. libertarianism, once i discovered the principle, it makes so much sense. i thought everyone will get this once they understand. i keep waiting. >> libertarians always think that. >> gary johnson is the libertarian candidate. that's why you like him. what about carly fiorina. >> she was third. she and jeb bush at least understand what creates wealth in america. bush cuts spending in florida. i was impressed he cut spending
more than any other governor. my friend mike huckabee who a like a lot increased spending when governor of arkansas. >> he's on your list. you put together a list of worst presidents. we're not going to be able to seat you next to mike huckabee on the reunion show. >> he's on the worst list? >> he and democrats that want to spend more and go to war. >> hillary and joe -- >> i'm sorry mike but you want to ban drugs and spend more money. that's not what -- >> what's the matter with banning drugs if they're dangerous for you? >> the drug war are worse than drugs. at least marijuana. some say let states experiment. a loot of republicans -- chris christie says i would have a federal government march with tanks march into colorado and stop that. >> it's a little mountainous for tanks.
>> i added the tanks. >> i had question about that i guess. >> all right. >> all from the libertarian point of view, who would make good and bad presidents, john, thanks for your point of view. all right. >> go gary johnson. up next, movie of the future hits theaters today. we sit down with with "z for zacariah" star next. 1937 toyota became an independent company. 1963 martin luther king, jr. delivered i have a dream speech. 1976 elton john along with kiki dee were singing "don't go breaking my heart". we've been singing it sense. welcome to fort green sheets.
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. it's going to be another big weekend at the box office. what is worth your time and dime? joining us fox news contributor and founder. >> great to be on. >> always fun to see you. what did you think about this? >> thrilling, scary to watch. owen brings his family to southeast asia. a wife and two daughters are there and violent uprising occurs. it's how to survive this element. it's con september of family in a foreign country and how they get out. interestingly enough, in the movie they do not name the
country. they mention it's in southeast asia. i found this disturbing, why would you not mention the country and tell us where the characters are if in asia. i think it was done purposely. the plot is intense. owen is fantastic. you never think of him as an action star. he does well in the movie. it's a scary concept. it is how are they going to get out alive. three and a half out of five. the biggest problem was idea of slow motion. it did not need slow motion in the movie to keep it realistic. that was the biggest issue. >> just on slow emotion question. >> speed it up and you could make it to four. is that what you're saying? >> exactly. in this kind of environment when it's realistic, if you slow it down, it feels like a michael bay movie. it's a real family drama. don't do slow motion.
it makes it feel hollywood. >> "z for zacariah." tell us about that. >> you have three fantastic characters. essentially it's a love triangle. in the book there were two characters n. the movie they make it three more of like a love triangle soap opera. i found it to be a little cheesy but worth seeing. you're dealing with characters trying to survive. they have survival skills. i was wondering about the particular scene where they find a market. her character refuses to drink cherry coke when they are trying to survive. i wondered why they chose to make her character refuse to drink cherry coke. >> still do normal things like get embarrassed in front of a
guy or try to put on scarves in the movie to impress someone. there's bigger problems at hand. her worry for that day was trying to pluck up the courage to flirt with someone she likes. i think it's something i really, really wanted to be prevalent in the film. if i was in the circumstances, i think i would avoid licorice. >> there's no slow mo here because you like it. >> three out of five. it wasn't fantastic. she's an amazing actress. she was great in "wolf of wall street." these are honestly the two out this week but best is "mission impossible." >> enjoy your weekend. thanks for being with us today. straight ahead on this friday.
you heard hillary clinton compare republicans to terrorists. we played it earlier. fallouts from her comments just started. ed henry joins us on the other side of the timeout. and ramos speaking out for illegals. can he cover the question fairly? that's the issue at hand. geraldo comments next hour. it should be good. ♪ ♪ when heartburn comes creeping up on you. fight back with relief so smooth and fast. tums smoothies starts dissolving the instant it touches your tongue. and neutralizes stomach acid at the source.
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forego your secret service protection for you, first lady, children, and see what it's like to defend for yourself. >> the gun or person behind it? geraldo is here to debate it live. and hillary clinton says the real terrorists are the republicans. >> we expect that from some of the terrorist groups, but it's a are little hard to take coming from republicans who want to be the president of the united states. >> did she go too far this time? ed henry live on the trail with hillary in moments. and do you know what manspreading means? are you fore it? have you done it? find out quick. that word is now in the dictionary. we have the complete list of new words. next hour is going to be so good, it would be wrong of you to change the channel so don't.
they're live here, blue oyster cult, our final act of the summer concert series brought to you by expedia. >> they're playing your favorite songs on 48th and 6th. bringing you headlines now with heather childers. >> good morning to you and everyone at home. we begin with a fox news alert. a student is shot dead at south america v-- dead at savannah state university overnight and the gunman is still on the loose. classes are delayed as the man hunt continues. an arrest in the murder of a 9-year-old girl in ferguson, missouri. shot dead just doing homework on her mom's bed. brown admitted to the shooting. he shot into the home. the girl was not targeted. it's unclear if brown knew the family. this is happening just a few
blocks from where 18-year-old michael brown was shot and killed by a police officer last year. two illegal aliens found stuffed in the trunk of a car near the california mexico border. two are under arrest after human smuggling. both are mexican citizens. they were arrested. finally, an incredible moment when twin babies here for the very first time.6-month-olds were born with limited hearing, news devastating when their parents first found out. >> it was so hard because i thought they cannot hear me say i love them. >> now the family doesn't have to worry. the hear aid foundation covering the $6,000 price tag for each hearing aid. remarkable story. those are a look at headlines. back to you.
>> what a wonderful story. thanks. hillary clinton taking aim at republicans. the democrat presidential hopeful comparing the republican candidates to terrorists. opponents are firing back. ed henry is live in minneapolis with the latest as hillary, ed, tries to change the subject away from e-mails and servers to war on women. >> that's right. good morning. you're right steve. hillary clinton is playing defense about the e-mail fiasco. on the road she's trying to rev up the left, get supporters excited. frankly they're not that excited now. yesterday this crowd in cleveland was relatively small. she was on a college campus, had 2500 people. that's obviously a far cry from anything bernie sanders has been getting on the road on the left or trump on the republican side at the big rally in alabama for example. what she did in her remarks was basically compared a couple republican candidates, jeb bush and marco rubio to terrorists
because of policies impacting women. marco rubio last hour, as you heard, fired back. listen. >> extreme views about women. we expect that from some of the terrorist groups. we expect that from people who don't want to live in the modern world, but it's a little hard to take coming from republicans who want to be the president of the united states. >> she's desperate. she's panicked. her campaign is in bad shape. i think it was tucker talking b about it, her views are radical. here's what's most offensive about it. they won't call terrorists terrorists. going back to benghazi and before that. they call political opponents terrorists. >> you hear marco rubio on "fox & friends" turning it around on hillary clinton and suggesting it's indictment to talk more about her time as secretary of state and how terrorists were treated. interesting of course the other person watching all of this is
vice president joe biden went behind closed doors with president. significant because as he weighs the presidential bid, organized labors has not got opinion behind one democrat candidate. they've held out for that one big endorsement. hillary clinton will be in minneapolis along with martin o'malley and bernie sanders. she has one big mission, stop the momentum going for biden, convince democratic dnc members she's the nominee. interesting here, the draft biden movement has gotten a sweep. they're handing out literature, hold your powder. he might get in. >> ed live in the twin cities, thank you. let's bring in geraldo. hillary clinton tried to switch
the attention from the e-mail server. planned parenthood, as we've seen, does things that are horrible. >> i'm a republican. does that make me a terrorist? that's unfortunate language, excessive. that's what she criticizes from the other side. i don't know why -- >> she's desperate according to ed. >> every time she opens her mouth it's e-mail, e-mail, even talking about the weather. her comments attempting to talk about the horrible slayings on live television in virginia, i think that was also frustration. when you consider that the gunman -- >> that was the reaction after alison parker and adam ward were murdered. >> the gunman obtained the glock legally and all the calls that she and president made and others on the left for increased gun control.
i think that's frustration. they want very much to be able to do something, but nothing that they have suggested would have change had the. >> no. sheriff david clark has this for those using this as a moment of opportunity. >> here's my challenge to president of the united states you think this is so easy. forego your secret service protection for you, first lady, and your children. see what it's like to have to fend for yourself. then we'll sit down and are have a conversation so you know what we here at ground level deal with on a daily basis in terms of self-defense. i'm done asking people in the community to outsource their personal safety to the government. >> that's preposterous suggestion and he knows it is. he's trying to make a point. this is the point i would make. the republicans now or the right, conservatives, are making an argument that the 14th
amendment to the united states constitution is illegal in a sense. the whole aspect that deals with birth right citizenship. very controversial. i would submit to you that the argument that the left should make is that they're dealing with the wrong amendment that is it is the second amendment to the united states constitution that needs changing. if left has the courage to do that, that is appropriate. the second amendment is stupid. right to keep and bear arms nation of 330 million and we have 330 million weapons. that is stupid. >> how do you want to change it? >> that's the argument. you need two-thirds of congress of the united states, three-fourths of states to ratify change in the amendment. it is virtually impossible. we're stuck with the 14th amendment and 2nd amendment. now you have to have discussion on law enforcement. there's way too many guns.
33,000 in this country killed by guns every year by murder or suicide. >> i have a lot of guns, and i don't make this country more dangerous. >> you don't but this guy flanagan can did. >> it was a mental health issue. >> i think when trump eluded to that he was right on. it's our mental health issues. >> i want to get to this jorge ramos question. he confronted trump. he reveals himself to be activist not a journalist. he's not covering this question. he's advocating for a certain point of view. shouldn't we in the press treat him what he is, an advocate and not a reporter? >> i think that's the wrong discussion for republicans to be having. jorge ramos is not running for president. ramos is whatever he is but the fact of the matter is that he is someone who has a considerable
following among latinos in this country. by declaring war on ramos, the right fuels the notion -- >> using optics here -- >> it's more than optics elisabeth. it's absolute practical politics. rights now trump has less than one-third of hispanic forgot, less than one-fourth of african-american support. >> he brought him back in and answered his questions. >> he exacerbates the feeling -- you don't have to suck up. i'm talking about you not trump. i'm talking about you. why elevate jorge ramos as if he was equal to trump? it's not about jorge and trump. it's trump and rubio, cruz, bush. ramos is not a politician. this is a political event.
i think it is badly for trump and republicans generally. republicans cannot win with just white people in next november's election. >> thank you for dropping by. >> i'm sorry to bring this dose of reality. >> that's debatable. >> we get it every time. >> listen to him. meanwhile, switching gears straight ahead. a massive va failure caught on camera. look at this. >> this happens everyday around this time. no one is here at the front desk. if there was an emergency, we're screwed. this is the front desk area. no one attend thing at all. >> parra pleejic vets left alone. ben carson say get rid all together. is he right? and wait this will you hear his background, yet he has a trucking will license. how did that happen? we'll tell you coming up. ♪ ♪
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this week we learned workers at a memphis va hospital abandoned paralyzed veterans leaving some to sit alone unattended for hours. one decorated vietnam veteran had to wait one year for medicine to arrive because someone changed his address to coo coo lane. wow. welcome to you both. you both have standing to talk about this issue. you both served, go to va. carl, you were wounded during is service. you've been in va. what's your experience been? does it leave you to agree or disagree with carson? >> i wasn't injured. i had some injuries. they diagnosed me with the wrong injury. veterans administration diagnosed a lot of people improperly. they're sending out letters now trying to compensate guns.
the entire administration is upside down beyond repair. >> we learned in the intro this week, 21% of slots for psychiatrists at the va are vacant. more than half of returning veterans claim ptsd. is there an excuse for that? >> there's no excuse for that. no one has been more critical. it's unacceptable. we have veterans waiting too long. we need to not make the problem worse when we talk about solutions. let's fix va. as a marine, we never ran from a fight. we stayed and fought for vete n veterans. to say we're going to close the va is a bad idea. i'm not a management consultant. i've never heard of idea that says we're going to make bad democracy better by doubling size and giving to another --
>> you going to throw money at it? how you going to fix it? >> demand better results. if you bye into dr. carson's premises dodd is is a fully functioning taking over -- clearly when we have the will, we execute on things. >> but nathan -- >> let me finish this thought. we need the same will to take care of veterans as we put into making them. >> carl, quickly. dr. carson is making a case it's too broken. if they're sending a letter to a guy with mentale health problems to coo coo lane, it's like a middle finger. it's maybe too damaged. >> it's a game. they have so many problems. sometimes you've got to stop and start the whole thing over. i don't want to give it to dod. i want to have the government fund private sector health insurance like much of what pete
said concerned veterans of america. they've released a huge report. private sector insurance plan would be much better. then you wouldn't have government bureaucrats running health care exchange or making coo coo lane or diagnosing people and taking their guns. >> we're out of time. that was a really interesting sober conversation. if you had lunch, you could probably fix it. thanks for joining us this morning. >> thanks guys. >> thanks. coming up, a major storm causing major damage. [ screaming ] >> that meteorological disaster is heading toward the state of florida now. we are live there with the latest next. then grab your cowboy boots. elisabeth's next stop tour of america, rodeo capital of the world. we'll show you what happened when she got there. first, here's blue oyster cult with "career of evil." ♪ ♪
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tropical storm erika turning deadly as it barrels toward the united states. [ screaming ] >> oh man. that video coming from the island where the church was swallowed up by raging flood waters. >> the storm could turn to a hurricane before it hits florida monday. we are live tracking this potentially dangerous storm.
jackie, what do you know? >> reporter: good morning guys. here in volusia county, they're not taking chances. they're giving away sandbags across the city in public works. it started about 7:00. that's the pile they have over there. people have been coming in. they're offering free sandbags from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. they have another pile over there. i was talking to folks. they're happy they're in smaller bags. they want to protect their house, drive ways. now talking about tropical storm erika. talking strong winds and heavy downpours of rain here. again, long time residents here say they don't want to take chances. they want to protect their homes. we've been out here all morning long talking to residents, city and county workers around the clock here helping residents stay safe. back to you in new york.
>> thank you very much. live shot from florida. so once it gets past islands in the caribbean, once pit gets over warm water possibility it's going to intensify. i've been watching enough weather to know that white line outside the hurricane or tropical storm logos, that's the cone of uncertainty. this storm goes to the north or south. they don't know. >> uncertainty is the word. >> could impact the carolinas. preparedness is key. >> thanks for that. now this. for nearly 100 years, the rodeo has been exciting crowds every summer in corner of wyoming. rain or shine, putting on this nightly event would be a tall order let alone one family. for the last decade, the two have run the stampede raising their two kids. hear their amazing story. >> my whole life i never
remembered wanting to do anything other than be a cowboy and rodeo for a living. >> when you first meet tate, there's ease about him that makes him seem more like a cowboy than someone in charge. >> i've always been a quiet, shy person. have promoted several things and you just do what you have to do. >> our life is pretty much groundhog day. we do this 92 nights in a row. we are very different, but it works so good for us. i said i'm not going to wear boots, not going to be a rodeo secretary. here i am. >> former professional cowboy, mor ri jumped at the chance to run this rodeo. his wife nikki, self-described
city girl. >> my wife had never been to co cody. we came up this fall. it was cold and snowing. she was like what the heck did you get us into? >> we pulled in and i was like we can't do it. my heart started racing. he said you can never mess up more than we can fix it. >> different but together. they do this with their two girls by their side. >> what our family can does is so different from everyone else. i talk to my friends like what do your parents do? they're lawyers, doctors. what do your parents do? we put on a rodeo. >> it's just awesome when people tell me. they look at me like a circus like? i'm like no, it's nothing like that. the girls each beat to a different drum. >> my youngest is very passionate about it. she rides everyday.
she has big dreams of making it to the nfr. >> every night there's a prayer and quick tip from mory before he watches his little girl destined to follow in her daddy's footsteps. the rodeo serves as a may mor league for future professional cowboys hoping to make it to the national rodeo finals. >> just the history and tradition of cody rodeo. there's been more world champions got their start here than anywhere else in the world. there's nothing greater than kids come here and make the nfr like the super bowl or world series of our sport. >> my life is nothing what i expected. i knew i wasn't a 9:00 to 5:00. my kids got to experience things they never would have. i wouldn't change it at all. >> i'll tell people tonight. when you look up and fstands ar
full and it's a beautiful night, no better place to be. >> what a pair. the cody finals held this weekend. they compete back to back for $50,000. cody makes shirts. we'll put it on our website for you. they're great. >> that looked fun. >> it was fun. imagine that. next time on my america, you'll meet dan paralyze ed from the waist down. it didn't keep him from following his dreams. he trained the only horse to beat american pharaoh and did it from a wheelchair. not to miss on my america coming your way. this friday, would you get fired if you showed up late for work 111 times? we'll tell you about a teacher who did just that but can't be
journalists killed by a former worker on live tv two mornings ago, the woman being interviewed and survived the attack is now recovering at a nearby hospital. >> anna is live outside the facility in roanoke where she spoke to the victim's husband. >> reporter: good morning. i did speak to the husband of vickie gardener. his name is tim. vickie remembers every detail of the gunman's rampage. he said she was literally dodging bullets. listen. >> could have been just a couple millimeters or centimeters to the left. it would have severed her spine and couple millimeters to the left it would have severed her a
aorta. he pointed at vickie's head. she ducks and he misses. he fires at her back. the bullet grazes her spine. vickie hears the gun click. flanagan was out of bullets, and he fled the scene. >> hundreds held a vigil outside the studios. tim gardener says he blames flanagan's crazed mental state not his weapon. >> if he hadn't had a gun, he would have had a knife or mache machete. he was bound and determined to true i to make a name for himself on live tv because he failed so many times. so no i don't blame the gun. i blame the guy holding the gun. >> reporter: elisabeth, tucker, steve, vickie gardener is recovering here at memorial hospital. she's in good condition. tim expects her to get out of
icu in a day or two. full recovery will take three months. she's lost a kidney and part of her colon. he knows she can't wait to get back on the lake. funeral arrangements are made for adam ward. the crime scene plaza will reopen for business today. >> anna, thank you. 23 minutes before the top of the hour, heather has headlines. >> good morning to you and everyone at home. he's on the no-fly risk, but could this terror suspect be driving your kids to school? he got trucking license and applied for school bus driving. he is suspected of leaving a training terror camp in somalia. he was late for work 100
times but keeping his job. he teaches third grade. last year he was late 46 times, the year before, 65. anderson says he never missed time with students. anderson cannot be fired because the school never gave him an official warning. he's suspended through january. breaking the law and busting a move. caught on camera smiling and dancing moments after leading police on a car chase through los angeles. she was still dancing in the front seat when police arrested her. it's believed maybe she was under the influence. maybe. finally, it is friday. that means it is awesome sauce. that is one of the new words in the ox ford dix their hah means extremely good.
wine o' clock time to start drinking wine. hangy being so hungry. and manspreading when a man sits widely on public transportation. back to you. >> that's right. okay. there's a new poll that came out. what it revealed was hillary is leading on the democratic side, donald trump on the republican side. they asked 1500 people the first word that comes to your mind when they said the candidate's name. we've got word clouds that show you liar was the number one when it came to hillary. when you look at other candidates as well, can we put those on the screen as well? there you've got jeb. right tucker and elisabeth?
>> that's right. liar, experience, untrustworthy came to minds when thinking of hillary clinton. bush, family, honest for jeb bush. >> and these words are tough. arrogant, clown, blowhard. didn't match the numbers at all. by the way, hillary -- a year ago people would not have said liar first word for hillary. she's earned that. >> what does everyone think on the plaza? >> folks on the plaza, imagine i'm frank luntz. the first word when i say trump. >> his mother is from scotland. >> i just want one word. >> what's your one word? >> vulgar loud mouth.
>> that's two words. when i say hillary clinton? >> first lady. >> okay. first word when i say trump. >> big shot. >> first word when i say jeb bush? >> bush. >> bush, bush. that actually was one of the things found true. there you have a live focus group. tucker and elisabeth. >> the results of focus group are scientifically valid. >> they are. one man is getting fed up with getting traffic tickets and takes it out on cameras. i'm going to show you how easy it is to take the power back. >> place it under the camera. point it off. >> well he's taking it i back. he's also facing criminal charges. is he a hero or criminal? peter johnson jr. joins us next to sort that out.
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carly fiorina will join us at the top of the hour. we'll ask her about hillary clinton comparing gop to terrorists and surviving so called war on women. trump says it's not just election. it's a movement country for him. will he have to answer for flip flopping he's done in the past? we'll have that. steve, back to you. he was sick and tired of getting traffic tickets. this guy took matters into his own hands. watch this. >> i'm going to show you how easy it is to take the power back. ex pension ride, place it under the camera and point it off.
>> that how to video landed the guy in jail. now facing criminal charges t p tampering with red light cameras. has the law gone too far? >> the law has gone too far. red light cameras in the sky jam us for $100-200. some states we're going to have is a lot of these, take millions of dollars, and jam owners when they're not driving those cars. i say, fourth amendment, sixth emit, get them out of here. we've got a couple friends here this morning that have some thoughts on it. san cdy and lee. what do you say? >> having slammed my brakes on for one of those cameras and getting rear ended. i think they're dangerous. that's what's wrong with that. down with big brother, up with
the guy. >> big brother or big good thing? >> i agree 100% big brother. i always feel the little man. i stand up for the little guy. things like that, it's just not necessary. it's too much. i applaud what he did. >> we hate red light cameras. you can't vandalize them. >> you can't vandalize them, take law into your own hands. institute for highway safety says it cut deaths down. the bigger issue is, if you're not stridriving the car, why sh you get the ticket? that's what these states are seeking americans to do. the other issue is big brother, big sister. what's next? microphones in the sky? are we going to get locked up because we don't like what the white house or hillary clinton
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♪ come on baby ♪ don't fear the reaper ♪ martha: donald trump riding a surge in the polls. he says this is more than just a campaign. gregg: you have got to love it. i'm gregg jarrett in for bill hemmer. donald trump offering his unique explanation for why he's doing so well. >> there is no better expression for ways happening, because this is a movement, than the expression "silent majority." because that's what's happening. gregg: