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it is saturday, the 5th of september, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. and brand new this morning. donald trump trumping the competition yet again. the latest numbers that show the donald getting another jolt in the polls and his big time republican rival taking a big hit. >> and then hillary clinton sits down for a rare television interview and offers up this non-apology. watch. >> at the end of the day i am sorry that this has been confusing to people and raising a rot of questions. >> yes. she is sorry. sorry that you are stupid. >> what we just learned about the person monitoring hillary's private email
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server. it's unbelievable. >> is this ruining your relationship? >> >> why does your relationship status say single on your facebook page. >> i was single when i set up the page. >> want to stay friendly unfriend your spus. "fox & friends" begins right new. ♪ ♪ ♪ it's going to be a long hot summer ♪ singing along with the radio is a beautiful sound. >> have had you a good summer? we are ending summer in an unofficial way here on "fox & friends" this weekend celebrating labor day. we are going to drown your tears in barbecue. and i you just found out what fatty is. >> john mac elmore has the
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smokers out this morning. john mac elmore is going to be here. getting the barbecue ready do you know what a fatty is. >> have you ever smoked a fatty is what he said. >> bob marley term. >> hamburgers wrapped in bacon, smoked in the smoker. >> bacon. >> exactly. >> deep fried in a taco shell. we will show you coming up. >> how are you spending your hole bay weekend? send us pictures. barbecue. kids waking up? are you going to a parade? hanging out at the pool? what are you doing. >> we will start this morning with some numbers from the 2016 race. they are just in. hot off the presses. trends you suspect are indeed real. donald trump's candidacy is way up 32% from the middle of august. august 18th. meanwhile, jeb bush, the man
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most republican insiders assumed would be the republican nominee in the end is down. 6 points, 19% from august 18th. >> donald trump at 32%, up 16. >> that's exactly right. >> this is post debate, of course. we had the debate and then this was, you know, mid september, the summer dull drums here. are people paying attention? look at these numbers. absolutely they are paying attention it route now. these numbers are troubling news for jeb bush as he is out on the campaign trail. spend money on ads trying to close the gap. >> governor kasich seeing numbers go down. >> "wall street journal" has an article interesting this morning. americans don't want a dine dines city dine city dynasty suggests happy with the way things are going. if it's true it would help
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explain hillary clinton's numbers. she is going down too. 123 year low. since 1992 last time she was at 41% nationally. that's where she is this morning. >> that's overall among democrats she is still pretty strong. >> when you are asking democrats in these polls how do you feel about hillary clinton, that's remained the same. but you are right. it's this overall poll. this overall gallup poll on her assessment and comes down it truth right now. she has been answering out on the campaign trail repeatedly questions about is she trustworthy and is she telling the truth about her emails and benghazi scandal? >> why won't she sit down for reporters. >> finally she did for third interview nationally sat down with nbc. she offered sort of a half apology. back handed apology. i'm sorry that you're confused about what was going on with my email server, not that i was breaking the rules. let's watch her interview with andrea mitchell. >> are you sorry? do you want to apologize to
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the american people for the choice you made. >> it it was not the best choice. i have said that i will continue to say that it would have been better if i had had two separate accounts to begin with. >> does this concern you that people don't trust your answers on this. >> well, it certainly doesn't make me feel good. at the end of the day i am sorry that this has been confusing to people and has raised a lot of questions. and i take responsibility and it wasn't the best choice. >> yeah, i can tell. >> i'm sorry that you're dumb. you don't understand technology. it's just like when you are in an argument with someone. and the person says i'm sorry you feel that way. >> don't ever pull that in a marriage by the way. >> honey, i'm sorry that you got so angry. >> you have no emotional self-control. >> collin paul had did the same thing. andrea said actually there is no no precedent set. collin paul in had h. a personal and a.gov.
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>> this is why she did it in the first place. state department. gets a new email system. why did she do that? here is your explanation. >> you know, i was not thinking a lot when i got in. there was so much work to be done. we had so many problems around the world. i didn't really stop and think like what kind of email system will there be. >> now, on this one, i'm going to give her a pass on this. >> really? >> i'm going to give her a pass on this. secretary of state. not tech savvy. all right i'm going to be the secretary of state of the united states of america. i don't care. whatever. set is up whatever email servers you want. i don't know, do what you got to do. >> she had to hire a staff to do it, clayton. she could have just had been doing what everybody else is doing. >> sitting there with a pen and quill with a paper who the it specialist. >> there was no it specialist to begin with. either accept state department email and choose a password or set up an
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entirely separate system and monitor it. >> her lawyers said you want to avoid disclosure laws have your own system. >> she overthought. >> it she overthought it. >> all i'm saying is i don't think she is that tech savvy she was concerned about where she's things were going. i'm sure she had a team of people advising her to do this. including somebody who used to work on her campaign brian pagliano who was one of her staff members when she ran for her failed presidency in 2008. apparently new reports out this morning showed that clintons personally paid him as a government employee to become part of his or her i.t. staff. and it was running the server. no security clearance when he was put in charge of her email servers. >> also the person who went through the emails, at least according to a report by the daily caller. it appears that that person who looked at the emails before them to hillary clinton's lawyers didn't have security clearance either. >> this is no longer a
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scandal. it's a crisis. we'll bring the latest to you. >> all right. but on to some other stories making headlines this saturday morning we are following. this is new overnight. a small plane collides with a black hawk helicopter at which time happened in orlando international airport. the black hawk was unmanned at the time. no one was injured. it's not clear what caused the accident. a long and exhausting journey for thousands of syrian refugees is coming to an end. bus loads of people arriving in austria overnight with volunteers handing out food and water. they are stuck in where dering hungry for -- hung gather because they hungary because they would not let this leave. they are expecting up to 10,000 refugees. this problem is going to go on for a long time. police in illinois going door to door as they hunt for killers of lt. gliniewicz. this as they glenn to analyze new video that shows
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people who were near the area on tuesday. authorities also interviewing several people and asking them to submit dna samples. reboard being offered for any information that will lead to an arrest. tom brady overturning his silence for the first time since the judge overturned the suspension. >> i'm pleased to be eligible to play. i'm sorry our league had to endure. this i don't think it's been good for our sport. to a large degree we have all lost. meanwhile the judge who ruled in brady's favor. a country dunkin' donuts in maine is offering him free coffee for life. >> of course they are. >> dunkin' donuts is so expensive. >> official restaurant of maine. >> rick reichmuth stopping by. >> i'm surprised it took him
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so long to offer free coffee. >> brady hasn't bought coffee in 30 years. >> that was my point. it's 6:09. >> i need coffee. can you come here with a free one? pretty warm one in the central plains. out across the west. we have frost and freeze advisories, guys up. and we have seen some snow across parts of the pacific northwest. if that gives you an idea what's coming. out across the east coast more showers today. rip current across much of the eastern seaboard. a lot of people at the beach this weekend. be very, very careful. storms across the far northern plains today. a lot of rain here today and tomorrow. and then down across parts of the southwest. more monsoonal activity aided by moisture coming up from tropical storm kevin. we have seen a lot of flooding across parts of the southwest this week. here we go. get ready very warm day here. not feeling like any break in summer, guys, at all across much of thesoutheast. a lot of the west feeling like fall.
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>> it seems a little early. meteorological fall. >> i know that from you. i love it. >> do you agree or disagree with this. is it just common sense as a relationship expert this guy outside of new york city, a therapist, een turner says the best way to save your marriage is town friend your spouse on facebook. >> get off of social media all together and stop checking your phone when you are out on a date with your wife or your spouse. stop picking up your phone constantly it's causing anxiety and depression in relationship. >> that second part makes sense. pay attention to me, please. >> would you need a relationship expert to tell you that? when you check your phone with a meal with someone you are clear ago clear message. i don't care about you and what you are saying what's happening on my phone is more important than you. >> jealousy. the other day i was sitting at a meal i'm looking over husband and wife are both not talking to each other and on their phone the entire meal.
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they didn't say anything. maybe they were texting each other. >> that doesn't necessarily mean they were texting. they could have been reading their paper. sometimes you see couples reading the paper at the diner or something is that okay? >> i don't have i don't judge anyone else. i would not let facebook into my house. i think it's creepy as hell. he i think it's weird. it's not welcome in my house. that's how i feel about it. >> unfriending your spouse, doesn't that signal there is a bigger problem in your marriage if you can't be friends on facebook. >> leak having separate accounts in your finances. let us know what you think friends friends@foxnews.com. ff weekend on facebook in your house. send us your facebook questions this morning. >> a kentucky clerk is sent to jail for refusing to issue same sex marriage licenses. is this the price she has to pay for following her faith? pastor robert jeffers is here next. >> plus, have you ever done this?
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showdown in the commonwealth of kentucky between religious freedom and rule of law. outside of carter county jail today after kim davis is being held after refusing federal order to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples davis says she
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has a solution. this is as deputy issued same sex marriage to same sex couple during her incarceration. it's pastor it and fox news contributor pastor robert jeffress. good to see you this morning. >> good to see you, tucker. >> your point is that the punishment that kim davis is receiving may be over the top but christians who follow their faith. when that faith puts them in conflict with civil authorities have to be prepared to face the consequences. >> that's exactly right. martin luther king jr. said whenever man's laws conflict with god's moral law, we have to obey god's moral law. that belief landed dr. king in a birmingham jail just as it landed kim davis in a kentucky jail. i know there are people had who are saying well, she is not a baker or a florist in private business. she is a government official who swore to uphold the law. while that's true, it just seems like to me some accommodation ought to be made for her religious beliefs. i mean, when you think about it, we accommodate every
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special interest group in this country under the sun. it seems like we could accommodate the beliefs of conservative christians. >> part of the difference, i suppose, between kim davis and martin luther king is the reception that she has received. king was lionized correctly as a hero. a moral leader by the people who run this country write newspaper columns. davis has been dismissed as a crank as she was led away to prison. protesters chanted love one as if her imprisonment were an expression of love. she is not a popular figure. >> she is not. i'm glad that our forefathers didn't resign themselves to the status quo. people say why doesn't kim davis simply resign? and that's certainly one option. but think about it. if our forefathers had not been willing to defy government authority, there would have been no american revolution, abolition of slavery or civil rights movement. our forefathers were willing to stand up for what they thought was right as well as their rights. even when that stand wasn't
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popular with everyone. >> it seems pretty clear to me anyway that kim davis is breaking the law. i understanding why that's bad. i mean, we believe in the rule of law in america. on the other hand, sending her to jail seems pretty over othe top. what does that say about contemporary america that she is being sent to jail for doing something people have done 200 years and all of a sudden the law changed. jail? >> he you think it's a harr jerry of what's to come. he you think christians are going to have to milwaukee a choice to obey god or government. while it is a noble thing to obey god. there are consequences. after all, civil disobedience landed the apostle peter in prison it put daniel in the lion's den and put jesus on the cross. while it's true that god ultimately rewards obedience to him he always doesn't award it immediately. i think that's what christians need to understand. >> pastor, thanks for joining us this morning. i appreciate it.
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>> thank you. >> next up, the traditional pillow fight at west point turns into a bloody brawl. what started the mass chaos that left dozens injured. they are warriors. colleges telling men how to be men. what kind of masculinity is acceptable and what kind is healthy masculinity campaign next ♪ macho macho man ♪ i got to be a macho ♪ there's never been a better time to come to bass pro shops than right now. announcer: bass pro shops is the place for huge savings during our labor day blow out sale. and check out free family fun during our hometown festival
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dangerous. 30 cadets were injured during the annual pillow fight. you heard it right, folks. the reason? some cadets put their helmets in pillowcases. injuries range from broken leg to dislocated shoulders and concussions. no cadets were punished. and in central florida. home engulfed in flames. possible cause? lightning. no amount of water could change the home from the destructive fire. luckily no one was home at the time. >> college is now teaching men to be men. vanderbilt university is hosting masculinity week. the poster advertising the event says things like don't cry. play sports. and one is a seminar called the macho paradox. what message are they really trying to send here. let's dissect it. editor and chief of campus reform. he joins us this morning. what are they trying to accomplish with masculinity week? >> the goal of masculinity
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week according to the university is-to-a lou members of the vanderbilt community to explore masculinity such as american culture it, gay and by sexual culture and fraternity culture. veer away traditional and new age masculinity. notice, for example, one of the lectures is masculinity xxl which purports to examine masculinity in the 2012 channing tatum. fine actors that much to glean about broader masculinity from that film? >> we have to roll this video right now? it's making me uncomfortable looking at it the female producers probably enjoy. this exactly female producers think obviously. what does it mean healthy -- what is healthy masculinity in the context of this week as you use that term healthy masculinity? what does that mean?
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it would be opposite to traditional masculinity. the poster has the word have sex. man up, don't cry. with the idea being that men are not taught properly that, you know, emotional vulnerability, cooperation, or valuable human traits. you will notice so. thought bubbles on the poster major in business and play sports. what's harmful about majoring in business? majoring in business isn't even a particularly male dominated field. almost 50% of business degrees went to women. >> is masculinity under attack? i would argue on campus it is and vanderbilt we leased this statement this week on masculinity saying. this it will allow the vanderbilt community to think about how boys and men are pressured to behave and to consider that sometimes masculine harms harm who aren't always taught emotional vulnerability and sensitivity are valuable human traits. what do you think about that statement? >> well, to a certain point
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it's about trendy sort of masculinity. ender stuties. sort of thing we see every day at the leadership institute campus for reform. west virginia announced it was hiring wikipedia to contribute no articles to the website about west virginiaian women as well as dealing with general temperature studies. the sort of trendy gender studies field that you are seeing at american universities these days. >> hypocritical? trend at universities across the country white wash gender. there are no differences between men and women at all? >> that certainly seems to be a lot of the case. you know, it goes back to that statement that the university issued saying that men were not taught properly that or had not been taught that emotional vulnerability and cooperation were key parts of human traits. but, you know, played football growing up in high school. you was taught a lot about cooperation. you don't succeed in certain endeavors if you don't cooperate. >> absolutely and team work. >> sterling, great to see you this morning. i'm glad we didn't have to
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hey, everybody, it's your shot of the morning. brutally honest and simply hilarious. watch as three young girls offer some dating advice to singles. >> i think that you should say you are really pretty. if i tell you she is pretty, she will say yes, thank you? >> even though she is not. well, maybe she is still pretty. >> the girls like to be told they are funny. >> no. >> what do i do if he tries to kiss me? >> you know. if he is really nice to you should marry him. >> that's the only thing i just so they will be really nice? >> yes. >> these wise girls featured cosmopolitan 5 and 6 years old. one ever the girls said just tell here she has pretty
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hair. >> by the way, that works. 100 percent. >>s that where you got that from. >> i don't know though. look at the makeup these little girls are doing. i don't know if we ought to be taking advice from them. >> it is pretty simple. just be nice to each other. >> just be nice. simple complicates. tell -- compliment. even if she is not pretty tell her she is. >> of course. lie in love. >> 33 minutes after the hour. we have other stories, of course, that we are following on a saturday morning. 11,000 law enforcement officers honor the sheriff's deputy gunned down at a gas pump one week ago. pack the church for funeral. thousands stood outside watching the service broadcast on big screens. the 447-year-old deputy was in uniform when he was killed while simply filling up his patrol car with gasoline; 3 '1-year-old
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charged with murder. a 9-year-old boy is in the hospital with a that mat tech brain injury. parents say a pest control company is to blame. peyton mccoy's family home was fume fume fumigated. he suffered seizures and can't speak. the family is planning to sue. the you will legal immigrant charged with killing kate steinle on a popular san francisco pier is going to face murder charges in a courtroom. francisco sanchez confessed of finding the gun and accidently shooting steinle back in july. a judge just ruled there is enough evidence for the case to go to trial. sanchez was free from prison despite federal requests to detain hum for deportation. he had been deported to mexico five times before. running towards danger. a team of police officers risked their lives to rescue
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a driver trapped inside a burning car. the cops in maryland were responding to a crash when they saw the vehicle in flames. dash cam video shows the officers running in, trying to use a fire extinguish are to put out the blaze. >> fire extinguisher did nothing. flames are way too intense, way too hot. once radialized somebody in the vehicle. wasn't how intense or dangerous the fire was, we were worried about getting them out of the car. >> the fire department department arrived as the officers pulled the victim from the car. he is being treated for serious burns and internal injuries. >> all right. get it out it rick reichmuth : last rose of summer. so sad, clayton. >> i'm excited for it it smell of falls in the air. days getting shorter. pumpkin lattes. oktoberfest beer. >> it's that pumpkin spice latte that does it for you every season. >> get ready for it people will be drinking it across
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the west. hot week across the east a little bit of a cooldown for the weekend which is great news for this last long weekend we have here. we do warm up humidity going as well for much of the area. down to the southeast we are going to be watching a little bit of rain showers as well. and temperatures also quite muggy. >> we were talking about naked selfies, maybe you heard us. >> opening line we have all been there. on your phone' or computer. typing out a text message or email that that maybe you should have thought about twice. you hit sent and instantly you regret it. >> a job seeker in chicago recently found himself in that predicament. offer of employment rescinded after sending selfies to a potential
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employer. instead of a thank you text sent naked selfies. have you ever wished you could send back time. there is an app., in fact a number of them to help you recall those message. sam, it's good to he so you this morning. what's so sad about this story is after receiving the naked selfies they rescinded the job offer. the more they knew about this guy the less impressed they were. which is really hurtful. if you are him and you send is the naked selfies, what do you do about it at that point? >> i think you are out of luck once you send naked selfie to your recruiter at a job. i can't speak for what was in those selfies. i don't know what they thought about that. but the truth of the matter is, he wasn't thinking before he sent them, which is the worst thing that you can possibly do. whether it's to it a recruiter for a job or your mom or a friend really number. you have a solution. there are apps out there can take them back after you
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send. >> i wouldn't call a solution. dozens of apps out there that have this sort of regret button that allows to you delete something you have already sent. the problem with most of them is that the other person has to have it too. >> has to have the same app.? >> exactly. >> for apps like text strings and invisible and wiper. the person that is receiving it has to download it also. >> you have to agree before you send it that there might be a possibility that maybe you are going to want to delete something. >> why would anybody agree? it's like i may send you text that's so interesting that i don't want you to see it you have to agree that you won't look? are you kidding? >> yeah. i mean, i don't use any of these apps. >> are there other reasons for having these apps kind of like what's app.? you can internationally text for free? that's why people would use that are there other reasons besides taking back what you have already sent? >> there is a lot of data and privacy issues around them. some have private calling and things that the nsa can't listen on and things where the -- you know, the app. doesn't store your data for advertisers and things
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like that. they all sort of have different positioning in that sense. >> google made some news when they did this 30 second, was it a third second recall on g mail? explain this one. >> functionality you can enable on g mail where it gives you 10 or 20 or 30 seconds to think twice about a message you have sent. if it's longer than 30 seconds, you are out of luck. microsoft outlook has a similar thing if you are sending messages on the same outlook server. >> how about facebook, twitter, instagram, whether it's a naked selfie or a teach poo. maybe you missed spell which can or something. what happens on those. can you delete them? >> the nice thing about social apps you can delete or modify anything you have put out there. not nice thing instead of sending to one person, you have sent it to everybody that you are following. there is that many more people who had a chance to see it and maybe screen shot it before you have gotten a chance to delete it. >> that doesn't seem to work too well i have noticed. >> certainly not for people in the public eye.
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i wouldn't think that any of you guys would be -- have any luck with that. >> so just don't take naked selfies, you guess that would be best. >> i think taking them is fine. just don't send them. >> just put them right on instagram. >> another segment right on instagram. >> thank you. 200 minutes before the top of the hour. do you remember this video? a jeep sent over the edge taken over by hackers. this morning, that hacking concern leading it a massive recall. >> and then hillary clinton sits down for a rare television interview and offers up this sort of apology. >> at the end of the day i am sorry that this has been confusing to people and has raised a lot of questions. >> yeah. sorry you are so dumb. what do voters think? would will tell you next. ♪ it's too late to apologize ♪ it's too late ♪ i said it's too late to apologize ♪
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some quick consumer headlines for you. jessica alba's honest company is being sued for false marketing. the company claims its products are all natural. the suit says they contain synthetic ingredients. alba calls those else allegations baseless. fiat and crews ler recall 7800 suvs. affected 2015 jeep renegades. two cyber security experts used the internet to kill a jeep's engine as it drove. and then a salmonella outbreak in cucumbers now blamed for killing a woman and making 'hundred others sick. andrew and williamson fresh produce is now recalling its cucumbers sold in more than 20 states. check your cucumbers. >> all right, tucker. thank you. in just her third nationally televised interview since declaring a run for the white house. hillary clinton sounding off on her secret server sta.
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>> he at the end of the day i am sorry that this has confused people and raised a lot of questions. there are answers to these questions and i take responsibility and it wasn't the best choice. >> if clinton's favorability numbers hit an all-time low are americans finally fed up? joining us now is dean and bazel. i will start with you. is she sorry that she got caught not following protocol or is she really and truly sorry for potentially putting putting americans' national security in jeopardy? >> i think protocol issue is i you think paramount and as much as this is sort of dogged her over the last couple weeks and months come out on this interview and said yes, this was a bad choice. she said it quite a few times. in terms of putting people's lives at risk, she has said repeatedly and we have all seen that none of the messages that she sent at the time were classified. and even though that may have happened in retrospect, you know, she didn't do
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anything -- she didn't do anything wrong. but she realizes this is sort of a laps in judgment but she didn't do anything wrong. >> they may not have been marked classified but the information may have been sensitive information and it just wasn't stamped classified at the time. >> yeah. this is classic clinton spin. i mean, listen, she thinks americans are too stupid to recognize what's going on here. and then there was another line in her interview when she said oh, i just wasn't thinking. listen. classic clinton. that's why 40% of americans believe she is a liar. 46% of people think she should just suspend the campaign all together. and word association. a little jeopardy here. what comes to mind when you see the word liar or think of the word liar. it's hillary clinton. so americans are not stupid. we are on to her game. it's classic clinton and it's old spun. >> some of clinton's supporters say republicans are never going to buy it. should republicans buy her story? >> you think voters broadly, independents, republicans should had certainly believe
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that she is sincere in what she is saying. i don't associate with her with liar at all. i actually think when you think about the clintons, they have a long history in politics and public policy and public service and they are activists at heart. i think that is what at the end of the day voters will respond to. i do believe though, when you talk about her favorability numbers, we're in a period of time when a lot of attention is on thisar i. as this campaign goes forward. you will hear a lot more about issues. and when you sort of take away the trump ofification you i bet the numbers go up. >> the numbers are as low as they have been deneen in 20 years. that's overall still strong among democrats though. >> listen, they would have wanted to have been better ahead with the numbers than they are now. we are told about nine classified documents, hundreds of classified documents, you know, email servers, her email server
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and the emailed documents that were missing, we want to know what happened to them. but clearly, clinton is old spin. americans don't trust the woman. if you are an establishment politician. this is not the day and time to be an establishment politician. because americans are tired of politics as usual and politicians not listening to them. >> look at carson, fiorina and trump how well they are doing. basil and deneen, thank you very much. >> thank you. >> if you woke up $2 billion richer, would you be happy? well, apparently it's not enough for one game creator. why he is complaining about his wealth and partying with celebrities. and then it's a snawk that can talk down an elephant in one bite. king cobra on the loose in one nawshed. how worried should would he be? our expert here with some slithering friends.
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at this hour the hunt is on for 8-foot king cobra. schools have cab said outdoor activities. do we need to be frightened in new york city. >> of course we do. clayton, talk about rhetorical question. here to con if you remember our fears author of madagascar live. eric the reptile guy. >> eric great to see. >> you yes my name is eric. >> you kind of terrified a lot of people walking down the hallway you brought some interesting animals. >> i brought some snakes, yes. >> this snake is on the loose.
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should people be concerned. >> i don't think people should be very concerned about it there are many venomous snakes? florida already. that's the first thing: plenty of venomous snakes down there. most snakes don't like being around people. so they are not going to seek people out. what i can say is if you have a garage or, you know, things like that, keep things closed because snakes can end up in the house. in the house that's a different story. but other makes that are venomous can end up in the house aorta way. >> florida has had a big problem with the python that has invaded the area. is there any kind of a concern of this snake reproducing and being able to live in that habitat. >> multiples, yeah, it's aability to. those snakes could eat the pythons because king cobras eat other snakes. we have one snake right here. [. >> whoa! [ laughter ] >> i am done.
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totally real. >> let's say you are a florida homeowner, go into your garage to get the car and the cobra drops out of the rafters and bite uses you in the face repeatedly? >> if that happens you have to go to the hospital. >> cobras have neuro toxic venom that could kill you pretty quickly. >> you need to get to the hospital. luke i said i don't like being there people, and there is no need to be along because there is many venomous snakes. same protocol. keep your garage doors closed. have a field guide in your home. it is great. tell you what kind of snake it is. always have a field guide. oh my god it's a cobra. no it's not. you can go to field guide. >> do you have an extra set of depends for tucker and i? >> are you out of your mind? >> let's share another
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thing. if a few hours, we are going. >> such a happy. >> kids in madagascar. that's how you should be like this. >> what is this bad boy? >> this is another snake. a burmese python. this one can be -- sometimes they get loose. now, my motto is i always tell kids, please, if you have a pet, don't let it loose. if you have a pet snake, a cobra, look at this right here. a cage in a teenage. i feel bad for the guy that it got out because i'm sure it didn't do it intentionally. have to have a cage and a cage. gets out of one cage it won't get out of the another cage. >> like an oil tanker. >> what size cage should you have? >> one of our makeup artists down here in "fox & friends." she has a snake. >> what are you doing with a king cobra in your house? what kind of weirdo? i don't judge. >> i'm not a weirdo. >> do you have a cobra in your house. >> i have a rattle snake
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still venomous snake. >> sometimes they make antivenom. you are not really sure what the protoco is why they had it. but the thing is to educate. that's the most important thing. educate kids. in a couple hours we are going to be doing our nature center program with madagascar and learn about snangs in their area. people should be educated instead of being fearful. >> they eat dogs. >> this snake could eat your dog but a king cobra won't eat your dog. they like eating other reptiles. >> reptile guy. >> you are amazing. >> yep. >> thanks, eric, wow, you blue -- blew our minds. >> i'm not into snakes. okay. what's up next, clayton. >> sent to jail for refusing to issue gay marriage license and her fight for faith isn't going unnoticed how people plan to show their support for her. >> find a wallet with more than 2 grand in it. what this teen did got him into the headlines.
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good morning, today is the 5th of september, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. hillary clinton sits down and offers this semi apology. >> at the end of the day i'm sorry that this has been confusing to people and has raised a lot of questions. >> sorry, #not sorry. this is as hillary's favorability ratings drop to their lowest point in more than 20 years. the stunning new numbers straight ahead. >> she is the one at the center of the firestormn condition ken that clerk sent to jail for refusing to issue same sex marriage licenses. is this the price she is paying for following her faith? we have that do bait coming up.
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>> and if you woke up $2 billion richer, would you be happy? apparently it's not enough though for one game create are. one of the most popular games of all time. why he is complaining about his real wealth and partying in a visa with celebrities. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ hot town ♪ summer in the city ♪ back of my neck getting dirt and gritty ♪ doesn't seem to be a shadow in the city ♪ all around people looking happy >> we're saying so long to summer and new york -- in new yk city. how you are saying so long to summer in your city. >> in your neck of the woods this morning. >> there is a day for everything. and today, in cause you didn't know, is national cheese pizza day. a day of celebration. we're testing our skills out
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with the dough olympics. >> all in the wrist. >> is it? >> we are doing the shot put with pizza dough. send us your pictures. facebook, email us, foxandfriends.com. >> there is a rally set later this morning in support of kim davis. of course, she is the jailed kentucky clerk. this comes after her lawyer speaking out saying despite her being behind bars, all is well because she never betrayed god. of course, she was handcuffed and led out of the courtroom. but people coming to her defense saying that faith has won and showing their support a little bit later this morning down in kentucky. lawyer about how she was last night while she was locked up. listen. >> all is well. couple davis slept well last night. she slept with a very good conscience. and she was in very good
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spirits. to be here, but this is where she is. she is here because of her conscience. she also loves god. and one thing that she can't do is issue a license for marriage under her name. she has no intention to resign. she will continue to serve the people of the county. she will never violate her conscience and never betray her god. so she is prepared for the consequences of those two decisions. >> i don't know. maybe she should find another job. if my job made me do things that went completely against my moral compass. i wouldn't work there. i would find a job somewhere else. >> that's a fair point, i would say. greater point is public officials can't decide which laws to follow. which is one of the reasons some of us have been so upset by the actions of the president. deciding he doesn't like immigration law, so he is going ting you nor it i ask a really simple question. which is a more profound violation of the rule of law a single clerk in the commonwealth of kentucky refusing to fill out a marriage license or the president of the united
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states deciding immigration law, passed by congress is something he could ignore? which one of those is going to jail? by the way, which one is being attacked not as someone who is standing up for her conscience but some kind of back woods lose are key can't ignore. i'm not -- lots of people ignore the law,s specially and including the president of the united states. >> that's a great point. kind of a different story completely it seems like but. >> but the principle is the same. it's worth upholding. again, i'm not arguing on behalf of public officials ignoring the law. she shouldn't be allowed to do that. >> it seems hypocritical. was she also making sure that everybody who was getting married if they were straight married? was she making sure they didn't have sx before he this got married or living together? >> right there. is is a lot of hypocrisy is in this. she also a democrat. being vilified as some sort of righty. she is not. she is a democrat. she has been divorced. and in the bible, right, it explicitly says be stoned if if you get divorced to be
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stoned to death. >> should she go to jail? again, for the third time i'm not supporting this. she should car out the law or leave. buff should she go to jail? how many people have gone to jail for causing the 2008 financial crisis? zero. has the president been impeached for ignoring the law? no, she is going to jail for unpopular stand. >> robert jeffers was on the show early this morning. he said a lot of people taken these stance have gone to jail. take a livable. >> martin luther king jr. said whenever man's laws conflict withal law, we have to obey god's moral law. that belief landed dr. can you think in a birmingham jail just as it landed kim davis in a kentucky jail. we accommodate every special interest group in this country under the sun. it seems luke we could accommodate the beliefs of conservative christians. our forefathers were willing to stand up for what they thought was right, as well as their rights. even when that stand wasn't
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popular with everyone. >> there are a lot of people though, who are coming to her side. we want you to weigh in. hit us up on facebook, twitter, or email us at twitter at fox at foxnews.com. >> it's a meeted discussion. >> pretty i didn't know tense. >> hillary clinton stopped short of an apology to the american people. >> that's for sure. for her actions in the email scandal. >> and outrage over that private server may be hitting her where it hurts in the most -- the most, that's in the polls. >> when you get hit in the polls, that really hurts. >> kristen fisher is live in washington with a closer look what clinton had to say after getting hurt in the polls. >> good to see you this morning i have new news this morning the "the washington post" is reporting that hillary clinton and her family personally you paid a state department staff to maintain that private email server in her home. that would mean, according to the clinton campaign that no taxpayer dollars were ever spent on that serve but it's just a reminder how vulnerable that server may have been.
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this staff had no security clearance. this is the same staff brian pagliano who just invoked fifth amendment rights before the house select committee on benghazi to. pay this staff out of pocket and install this server in your home it would seem that it requires a certain degree of thought, right? n. an exclusive interview yesterday with andrea mitchell, clinton said the exact opposite. >> i was not thinking a lot when i got in. there was so much work to be done. we had so many problems around the world. i didn't really stop and think what kind of email system there l. there -- will there be. >> at the end of the day i'm sorry this has been confusing to people and has raised a lot of questions. but there are answers to all these questions. >> well, in response, the spokesman for the republican national committee said, quote: what's clear is hillary clinton regrets that she got caught and is paying a political price. not the fact her secret email server put our national security at risk. well, that's something the clinton campaign continued to dispute and they are still trying to switch the
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focus of the campaign to something, anything but this. yesterday, clinton was in puerto rico. today she will be in new hampshire. but questions about her emails and that private server continue to follow her wherever she goes. it likely will for some time. back to you. >> all right. thanks so much, kristen. >> kristen fisher from washington. thanks, kristen. >> 8 minutes after the hour. hear what else is making headlines on this saturday morning. thousands of syrian refugees have reached the final leg of their journal, bus loads of people overnight in austria with volunteers handing out food and water. they were stung in hungry for days because the government would not let them lead. they are offering them asylum. german officials are expecting up to 10,000 refugees there today. it's a big problem. and police in illinois going door to door as they hunt for the killers of lt. charles joseph glen wits. this as they have gun analyzing new video showing um images of people who were near the area where
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gliniewicz was killed on tuesday. authorities also interviewing several people and asking them to submit d.n.a. samples. meanwhile $50,000 reward is being orstd for any information that could lead to an arrest. and the know tore russ drug lord he will -- el chapo may have revealed his location. alfredo guzman posted this picture on graphic with two men. the man on the left appears to be el chapo. guzman forgot to turn off his phone's g.p.s. so the app. tagged his location. el chapo has been on the run since escaping from a mexican prison in july. costa ricaen police are now investigating. unless that was a dei have. leading by example. a california teenager returns a veteran's wallet with $2,300 in it. tommy o'connor found it on the ground near a 7/11 in fremont. high school senior says his family lives on a fixed income and understands the
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importance of every last cent. >> doing something i wish everyone else would do. >> the vernal giving tommy a $50 reward. and those are your saturday news headlines. >> thank you, anna. let's turn it over to rick reichmuth now who is standing outside with the throngs of people for national cheese pizza day. >> you know an important guest emma? >> um-huh. >> you said if you knew that a snake wouldn't bite you would have no problem petting it, right? >> right. >> you are way braver than tucker or clinton? >> exactly. >> there you go. word from emma. don't forget it take a look at the weather map. show you what's going on right now. >> this is the first time all season we have talked about this freeze advisories across parts of the west and freeze watches up. frost advisories, the first what will become over the next month or so. cold air in place. not across the east. still hot, still humid to the south, although not as
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humid as today across the mid-atlantic and the east. most of the rain today is going to be across the dakotas and montana and idaho where we actually had a little bit of snow yesterday. snow. we are going to begin to see more of that as well. more rain moving into the southwest and flooding threat will continue for folks there. all right, tucker and clayton, you heard it she will play with the snake. you guys won't. >> of course she will. i have got daughters. i have been around girls braver than me. i'm not into snakes. it's in the genesis. i have justification for this. >> biblical morning. >> thanks, rick. you have may not know his name. you may not know his online handle known as notch. but you might know the game he created. one of the most popular video games of all kind. mind craft. your kids are probably obsessed with it he made this game a few years ago and sold it to microsoft, walked away with $2.5 billion. well, this self-described atheist has long talked about online how he has had trouble with money. he is not comfortable with
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all the wealth. he tweets about it started igniting a bit of a twitter storm the last day or so by complaining all this money he has. >> marcus says the problem with getting everything you run out of reasons to keep trying. also says hacking out in a bunch of friendsen and partying with a bunch of people able to do what i want and i never felt more isolated. finally, in sweden, i will sit around and wait for my friends with jobs and families to have time to do bleep watching my reflection in the mirror. >> when microsoft bought mind craft from him. he bought an 8 bedroom. $70 million mansion in beverly hills. >> he outbid beyonce and jay-z reportedly for that? >> unseemly he is complaining about. this there is ways could do things with this money that are helpful. also a self-described atheist. talks about being isolated and doesn't have any direction in his life.
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>> he is he scandinavian. they are guilty about being rich. i kind of sympathize with him a little bit. i know a lot of really unhappy rich people. it's a cliche being rich does not make you happy. relationships make you happy. >> was he happy beforehand? did the money make him unhappy or was he always unhappy to begin with and now he has this voice. >> maybe is he oversharing. >> reluctant entrepreneur. >> the upper side of new york city most unhappy zip code in america. what do you do you think? foxandfriends.com. let us know what you think. >> donald trump stumbles on foreign policy. >> gotcha questions. i'm not trying to quuz you on who the worst guy. >> that is a gotcha question though, when you start throwing around names of people and where they live and give me their address, i think it's ridiculous. >> he says it's a gotcha question. do you agree. should presidential candidates really be expected to know the names of every terror leader?
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colonel allen west here next. >> bachelor party turns into a party of one. why this guy ended up all by himself. he looks like he is having a good time by the way.
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baghdadi. do you know the players without a score card yet, donald trump? >> i don't believe was it a gotcha question. do you know who asan. or did hugh expose one of trump's weaknesses. here to break it down is colonel allen west. good to see you this morning. >> good to be with you, tucker. >> was this a gotcha question and what did you think of trump's response? >> no, i don't think it's a gotcha question. when you are running for the presidency of the united states of america. the most important title is commander and chief. and when you are paying attention to the news cycle, you will understand one of the most important things is the iranian nuclear agreement and general sulemany it broken travel band. went to russia and meeting with vladimir putin and the defense minister there and we find out that iran is
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looking to purchase s-3 'hundred missile systems. that's an important system you should know about. the bottom line is this, ever beginning gel morning every person who is running for the united states of the america should get a policy updated briefing 40 to 45 minutes to keep current. 5 by 8 card points duped up so they can be prepared each day. >> it's clear trump is not getting that briefing. do you think he sun qualified to be president? >> i don't say that he is unqualified to be president. i think this is a great teachable moment. look, the thing that i am very concerned about the united states of america which we saw with the election and the re-election of president barack obama is that our national politics is starting resemble "american idol" and really without asking the hard questions of the candidates. someone lowered the bar. i want to see candidates that understand the geopolitical scene not be like president obama during the last debate with mitt
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romney which when he was very flippant with the fact that russia is our geopolitical enemy. >> he knows hassan and birthday. he is knowledge of facts good foreign policy. >> that's also something we can delve into and for folks to understand hasan head of hezbollah proxy army of iran who is responsible for the 19 will 3 beirut barak's bombing where marines lost their lives. i think it's important for people don't have to go down in detail but they should have a working knowledge. >> allen west, great to see you this, no. colonel, thanks for coming on. >> thank you. happy labor day, tucker. >> you know stop, drop, and roll this dog is teaching new fire safety tricks. if you love dogs or children, stay tuned. ♪ we could be heroes.
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>> according to the national fire protection agency there are more than 370,000 house fires on average per year. it's important to teach fire safety at a very young age. >> there is a a great way to do it. casey pram. a creative way to teach people thousand respond to fires using a dog, that's a normal animal, unlike a snake. his name is casey. the program has taught more than had million kids since 199 a. here now with us is jeff ofns. i apologize. we were trying to get through that how many of these have you done over the last many years? >> we taught more than 4 million kids since we started 22 years ago. >> how is it that casey really acts as ice breaker. >> kids have adults stabbed in front of them and talk to them every day. there is nothing memorable about that make the dog the educator have you something memo. >> how does the dog teach the kids. >> she actually does all the
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skills we teach the kids. >> let's see it. >> so, kids, you guys all know casey? you have got to wave and say hi to casey. >> hi, casey. >> you guys know to what to do if your clothes are on fire? raise your hand if you know. >> stop, drop, and roll. >> i think casey knows how to do. >> casey, your clothes are on fire, stop, drop and roll. all right. >> what would you do if you -- what should you do to a door before you open it? do you know what to do to a door before you open it? anybody know? see if it's hot. >> what would casey do? >> casey, bedroom door is closed. you hear the smoke decketd tore go off. before you open the door, check the door if it's hot. she is feeling the door. the door is not hot. can he she open it? >> the door not hot. open the door and go out o. casey knows you should always know two ways out of
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every room. what might be the other way out? >> a window. >> this time, casey, you check the door, and the door is hot. out the window. good job. [ applause ] >> she can do my taxes. i'm impressed. so does it work? >> i can walk into the school and finish a program. if i you walk out and change my shirt the kids don't have a clue who i am. if i walk back in that school a year later, they are calling casey by name. >> i believe it. you say your program has actually been credited with saving 15 lives? >> 15 lives. >> how you have found out that? >> a lot of times when firefighters at the end of a fire will do a post fire interview with a family and they will ask them who -- how did you know what to do and the kids have said casey taught me. >> how many kids you have taught? casey taught more than had 4 million since we started. >> how old is she? >> this casey is 4 years
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old. this is our fifth generation. >> wow, incredible. >> good job. where can people learn more about the program. >> they can go to the casey program.org. thank you so much. >> casey is such a great improvement. thank you. >> this is a pallet cleanser. >> thank you very much. coming up here on the show. terrified woman is caught on camera, swimmers caught by a rip current. what you need to know before you hit the beaches this labor day weekend. >> plus it's national cheese pizza day. we are not serving it we're throwing it. it's the doughest thing next. hey "fox & friends," cops under attack from violence to violent rhetoric and now falling police recruitment numbers we analyze this dangerous and costly trend in america. plus, we are hitting the streets this lashedz weekend. what do americans really think about raising the
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iand i'm jerry bell the third. i'm like a big bear and he's my little cub. this little guy is non-stop. he's always hanging out with his friends. you've got to be prepared to sit at the edge of your seat and be ready to get up. there's no "deep couch sitting." definitely not good for my back. this is the part i really don't like right here. (doorbell) what's that? a package! it's a swiffer wetjet. it almost feels like it's moving itself. this is kind of fun. that comes from my floor? eww! this is deep couch sitting. [jerry bell iii] deep couch sitting! two is the loneliest number that you will ever do. >> it's your shot of the morning. friends, one is the loneliest number friend's bachelor party alone after everyone else's flights were cancelled. >> robby says they were all supposed to meet in chicago
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but his flight was the only one that didn't get there in time. >> look at that face. >> he was left stranded in the windy city to do al the things they had planned to do that included a bear's game, a boat tour, and the infamous bean and more. >> in the end after more than 40 hours in delay his friends did alive and they got to celebrate together but not before those poignant shots. a bachelor party alone. >> they left him alone for a long time. we do have other stories we are -- that are making headlines this saturday morning now. tragedy on the football field a high school player in louisiana has died after a hut on the field. franklin parish high school says terrell suffered a broken neck when was hit during a punt return. he died at the hospital. the team tweeting out this message. terrell will unlv on in the memories of those who loved hum. prayers for husband family. support throughout the state is greatly appreciated. and caught on camera, terrifying moments as swimmers are rescued from
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rip current. >> lifeguards in southern california saving 470 people from huntington beach they just released this video. check with the lifeguards for the safest spots in the water. and police are looking for whoever is stealing old glory from homes in florida including grun an air force veteran. david barren has been flying the american flag next to a pow flag for seven years in husband front yard. he is he is now displaying a replacement flag. barron said he noticed the old one was missing right away. >> they had to unwind it, roll it down, unclip it took the clips, too. that's our country. we should be able to do what wement in our own yard, fly a flag or two.
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i don't go wrong with that the flag has been stolen twice from another home a few blocks away. police have no suspects. and are you stressed at work? >> i have made a lot of cash for this company. okay? i am talking big bucks, pesos, yes, rubles, one little mistake. >> you lost $13 million. >> so now this is all about money. >> a brand new study says pressure at the office can be as bad for your health as second hand smoke. researchers say long hours and low morale diagnosed with an illness and increased changes for an early death. those are your headlines. >> i believe it all right. let's get it over to rick reichmuth. are you ready it's national cheese pizza day, rick. great weather in our olympics? >> you will see it in a second. 10 of them under my nose. give a really quick weather so we can get to eat some pizza in a second. take a look at the maps, guys. this is that time of year where we start to talk about
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some new things. maybe you don't want it or maybe you are totally ready for it out across the west. burnt weather advisories across parts of montana and idaho. snow levels dropping to 6500 feet. one to three inches or so. i will tell you what, it's been so dry across this area and so hot that that will help with the fires out there. that's good news. across the northeast today. far less humidity than we have seen the last number of days. quite a spectacular day. tomorrow as well. so really this labor day weekend is going to be spectacular. down across much of the southeast. we are going to be looking at some rain showers some pop-up thundershowers as well. northern plains, lety stormy day across the north dakota and minnesota. we could be looking at little bit of flash flooding across parts of that area. all right. guys. pizza day is here. >> all right. labor day weekend is finally here. so is national cheese pizza day. one of my favorite holidays of the year. we are being put to the test with the annual cheese pizza
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dough olympics right here on the plaza. >> if there is a holiday we are are going to celebrate it. senior communications manager of restaurant and bar katie aboriginaller and executive chef. happy cheese pizza day. how is it celebrated. >> tell us about cheese. >> okay. sure. national cheese pizza day is obviously really important to us here at bostons. we specialize in gourmet pizza. with cheese pizza you can't go wrong. amped up traditional cheese pizza like nose are la and feta and harm sean parmesan. >> melts down and gives the perfect robust rich full flavor. >> first ever dough olympics is happening here on the
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show than and are on a team. i believe that leaves you two to compete. you will lose. >> rick and i crushed up. >> we should replay that olympics. >> start with. >> use the dough balls actually. and get it on the board that's one point. in the hole is two. here we go. just like, this huh? >> all right, anna, go ahead. >> what's the skill? [breaking glass] >> all right. >> almost. >> beautiful. we are good. submit to >> up next the joe shot put.
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>> dough balls. pick them off othe ground here. go over to the cones. >> do you do this before you make your pizza? >> of course. it's fun to play with your food. you have got to do a full spin and then throw it as far as you can. >> like. >> that way. get it right in there. >> you don't want to hit the boy scouts and girl scouts. >> you have got to shot push it. >> give it a good push. >> spin it, right? >> got to give it a spin. >> that's discuss i thought or is that shot put, too? >> nice. >> all right. we might have a winner. oh. [ laughter ] >> i'm so sorry. i hit the cameraman. [ laughter ] >> sorry about that. >> i think you are supposed to go like this.
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we are going to do it for real. can we go for distance? >> better not. we have a lot of people over there. >> whoa. >> new york city cab driver. >> all right. >> i'm so sorry. >> was that you? >> no, it was rick who did that. >> one more event. >> this is the dough tossing. feel free to get flour on your hands so the dough doesn't stick. toss it up and spin it on top of your head. >> on top. >> our head or our hands? >> i think rick, we are crushing it. >> we got this, clayton. >> that's actually pretty impressive. >> dough is actually made from scratch. recipe. >> how old is it? >> treat it with care. >> the dough itself was mad today. the rest pay is 50 years old. >> all right. >> would won, rick and me? >> i think we are good. >> i would like to say you are all winners but i only have three medals.
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>> give them to the cameraman that rick hit. katie, you are a star, boston's great pizza. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having us. >> when we come back, rae mogul ceo and neurosouth carolina leading the polls for 2016. how often do americans elect political outsiders to higher office. >> did you open your fridge this morning to find your milk passed its best buy date? don't toss it out yet. we are breaking down the real shelf life of your food when we come back.
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quick football headlines for you. american hero tom brady breaking his silence for the first time since the judge overturned the suspension over the scandal over football. the wrote this on facebook. while i'm pleased to be eligible to play. i'm sorry our league has had to endure this. i don't think it's been good for our sport. to a large degree, we have all lost. and tim tebow is one step closer to making the philadelphia eagles the team backup quarterback barkley of arizona. that move clears a roster spot for tebow. meaning he is likely to be his team's third string quarterback. we will keep you posted lvet clayton? >> thank you, tucker. the top g.o.p. frontrunner is in the race for 2016. gaining popularity. arguably because they don't have any political experience at all. donald trump, ben carson and carly fiorina. surging to the top recent poll with a combined 56% of the national vote. so, what's so appealing about these political outsiders and could one of them actually win the white house? here with a look with a handful of past residents who have done that. presidential historian.
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jane hampton cook. welcome to the show. >> thanks for having me. >> this is an interesting time. there is so much distaste and disdain for washington right now maybe we could see a political outsider. but we don't have any war hero presidents right now or candidates route now. but we have a long history in this country of electing war hero presidents, don't we? >> we do. we have had four and a half instances in northwestern history where we have elected a political outsider. someone with no elected experience. three of those times were war heroes, zachery taylor won the mexican american war. grant general grant won the civil war. and then dwight eisenhower, of course, won world war ii. all of those generals went on to become president without ever being elected to anything before and zachery taylor said that he hadn't even voted in an election before he was president. we don't have anyone in the race right now with those types of credentials, military time credentials. >> we do have some business experience. >> right. >> you brought up the
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president, i think it's interesting, herbert hoover. tell us about herbert hoover. >> he was a millionaire, businessman, engineer, had a mining company. and in world war i, he started distributing food and won international claim and prominence. commerce secretary in the 1920s and became president in 1928. he had never been elected to anything before. i think that's fascinating we elected a millionaire back then to become president. >> what about chester arthur? >> he is my half. my indirect president that didn't have any politically experience. arthur was the head of the new york port authority. he was an appointed position at that point. but he was a new yorker. and so they put him on the ticket as the vp in 1880. and then president james garfield, who had been a congressman was assassinated and arthur became president. it was undirect way in some ways to the presidency without any political elected experience. >> some of them had been appointed as you point out.
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>> yes. >> none of them had been elected if this happens in 2016 this would be presidential history in the making. none of them have been appointed to anything. >> absolutely. so you have -- this would be a very historic election if we elected a political outsider. but i also think it speaks to america and who we are. we traded royalty for representation and that anyone can rise in a leadership position and prove themselves worthy of, you know, taking that oath of office. so it's going to be a very interesting election to see kind of, you know, what ends up surfacing to the top. is it the outsider or the insider that says, hey, i really am the most experienced as a governor or a senator. >> it is fascinating. we have often elected governors in this country. it seems to be a shift right now happening. it's interesting. jane hampton cook we appreciate you joining us this morning. we appreciate it. >> thanks, clayton. >> thanks. coming up here on the show. this labor day, those serving the nation got
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hi friends, good morning to you. halloween candy still on store shelves. will it still be good when your kids go trick or treating in a mone. americans have thrown out food they didn't need to. how do you know if you should have a taste or if it's time to toss?
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joining us now to help us is author of the ac diet and nutritionist karen gilbert. thanks for being with us. >> good morning. >> i think you are going to save us a lot of money. we are throwing out food unnecessarily. >> very unnecessarily. average an average american throws out ''6 pounds a food a month. a lot of it unnecessary. and we are wasting our money, also. it's really important. >> some of these that don't last for quite as long. >> it's very important to know that the expiration date on these foods are completely arbitrary. there is no legal guidance in these dates except for infant formula. they are kind of dates picked by the manufacture for peek quality of their products. it's not about spoilage it's about quality. >> you say toss after four to five days? >> deli meats. once you slice three to four days use it so don't buy three pounds at the grocery store. buy what you are going to use for the week and i would toss it because that can be exposed to bacteria. >> leftovers, i'm guessing this was from some sort of chinese food. >> my chinese food from last
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night. >> toss the meat before the rice. >> listen, leftovers, we all have them after three to four days because they have already been cooked this are prone to bacteria, toss it. after three to four days though. doesn't have to be the next day. four day sass good mark. >> what about vegetables, lettuce and. >> lettuce is is a good one to talk about. people look at that expiration date and throws it out. if it looks good. >> if it's not slimy eat it. you don't want to waste that money and put it in cold water it will revitalize the leaves in a minute. so, if that's the issue if they look brown. >> how about dairy. >> dairy, milk, okay, use your senses, everyone, because that's really what matters. >> there is a date is not -- it just a date that's arbitrarily picked. a date on milk can last seven days after it could still be okay. smells good it's fine. >> what about eggs can you tell if you crack it. >> actually eggs are really interesting because the date on them they are good for three to five weeks after
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the date on the eggs. >> three to five weeks. in a good test, if you put aning in water and it sinks it's still good. if it floats you can throw it out. if you are not sure, put it in a glass of water. >> refrigerator, how about what's in the pantry? >> pantry is also really interesting. obviously in the refrigerator it's cool. 40 degrees in the pantry it's warmer. things are drier. peanut butter after the expiration a date a year once with it's open, put it in the refrigerator keep it six to eight months still going to be good, it's dry, it's not moist. >> natural peanut butters you put in the refrigerator and even the regulars? >> if you want to to last long are it could still be good outside in the pantry more like three to six months. refrigerator six to eight months. >> even longer. >> another interesting thing. mustards can be good for -- it's very acidic good for a year after the expiration date. don't just toss it because you are wasting money. >> perfectly good pasta. stay perfectly good two years. >> two years?
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>> you want to make sure because, you know, we are wasting food and wasting our money. and also another interesting thing is ba sam mick finger and honey is pretty indefinite. you can can kind of keep it, it never goes bad. the only thing is it looks different, perhaps. but it's not dangerous. it's not going to harm our health or we are not going to get sick. >> okay. well thanks for keeping us healthy and for saving us some cash. and thank you to maytag for the refrigerator. keeping our goodies fresh. all right, here is what is coming up on "fox & friends" weekend. is your infant really sleeping alone? >> walk up, baby, wake unfortunate, baby. and then just a long ah. >> some of the top baby monitors at risk of being hacked. what you can do to keep your family safe next hour. >> in case you missed it. we learned tucker and clayton really really don't like)]%0cqgcc snakes. neither i do.
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hi friends, good morning, today is the 5th of september, 2015. s is a fox news alert. overnight. the manhunt for three cop killers in illinois intensify. there is brand new evidence as police go door to door taking d.n.a. at local evidence. how close are they to catching the killers straight ahead. >> hillary clinton offering up her version of an apology. listen to this. >> at the end of the day, i am sorry that this has been confusing to people and has raised a lot of questions. >> she is sorry you are dumb. feel better? would you take dating advice from a child? >> i think that you should
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say you're really pretty. >> really in if i tell you she is pretty she will say yes, thank you? >> even though she's not? >> even though she's not. that's a lesson for life. maybe you should brutally honest tips that may land you love. just listen to the kids. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ ♪ summertime. summertime. summertime. i got to get that feeling summertime, summertime. summertime. i got to get that feeling. >> tucker was so excited. [ laughter ] >> he introduced john mechanic -- mcelmore. >> it's like bacon on the outside. >> john is going to show us how we can enjoy our labor day, the guy is amazing when it comes to smoke. >> is like a genius with
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barbecue. also creative. not just a steak, the burger, the hotting to, he puts them all together. if he this are god independently, when you combine them it will blow your mind. >> we ask you to send in your photos this weekend. how you are going to be celebrating labor day and what your plans are with the family. larry and his family spent the day fishing at stonewall jackson lake in beautiful west virginia. >> if there aren't bass in those reeds i will be shocked. >> e. holly is visiting a veteran's home with his four therapy dogs. that is pretty darn nice. good for you. >> send us your photos this weekend. we would love to see them. >> all right. first up. the former secretary of state and now leading democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton did a rare television interview. she did it on another channel with interviewer who asked a lot of fawning and sensitive questions. she did ask one kind of tough question. here is the exchange.
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listen to the answer. >> are you you sorry? do you want to apologize to the american people for the choice you made? >> well, it wasn't the best choice. and i certainly have said that you will continue to say that it would have been better if i had had two separate accounts to begin with. >> does this concern that you people don't trust your answers on this? >> well, it certainly doesn't make me feel good. at the end of the day i am sorry that this has been confusing to people and has raised a lot of questions. and i take responsibility and it wasn't the best choice. >> okay. so note to yourself. if in your marriage you are planning to use this same style of excuse when your honey asks you are you sorry? are you sorry she asked well i'm sorry that this has been confusing to people. >> i'm sorry you feel that way. >> i'm sorry that you feel confused. >> you are stupid and i feel bad about it. >> i'm sorry that i broke protocol. i should not have done that. i'm sorry for putting our national security at risk and i'm crossing my fingers that china and russia haven't hacked into it. >> exactly.
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>> she did say at the end i take responsibility and it wasn't the best choice about having these other emails. but then she was further asked about setting up multiple servers and all this back and forth with the email exchange. here is what she said. listen. >> you know, i was not thinking a lot when i got in. there was so much work to be done. we had so many problems around the world. i didn't reali stop and think what kind of email system will there be. >> my job is so important i don't have time for details. because, imagine hillary clinton first day at the state department. hillary clinton you have a choice, either think of new pass ford for state department email or hire an entire staff and build your own server? which is easier? >> overthought it. >> i will give her a pass on this. i don't give her a pass on the sorry because i can't stand with when politicians can't say they are sorry. american public is actually pretty forgiving if politicians would just admit when they are wrong. i give her a pass on this. you get into the state department. she has a lot of things on
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her mind. she is going to meet with different world leaders and busy bodies running around asking her how they want things set up. i don't know, do that. >> do you think she is that atlantic nicly savvy. >> bring in her own people for this. >> question i need to get somewhere. should i take the free car or build my own car? i'm busy i think i will build my own car. dumb. >> clintons personally paid a state department staff brian tag to maintain -- brian pagliano. he is pleading the fifth. he had no previous experience and had no national security clearance as well. also said in this interview with andrea mitchell that she had her lawyers go through all of these emails and it was a painstaking process. before her lawyer went through it according to the daily caller they had done their own investigation. she had a woman go through them by all accounts it appears did not have security clearance either. and shouldn't have been looking at potentially classified information. >> this guy was in charge of, by the way, hundreds of
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diplomats. so, you know, high level, very sensitive information, this guy was in charge of. dealing with on a regular basis, this brian pagliano, former campaign advisor for the clintons. >> so hillary clinton has been very, pretty popular for the last decade or show. polls show her as one of the most admired women in the world. now that he would hearing from hillary clinton. details coming out how she conducted herself as secretary of state. poll numbers have moved in the wrong direction. at least from her perspective. she is now at 23 year low nationally. this is not among democratic voters. this is among all voters. some of whom she would need to win over to win the white house. she is at 31%. >> but democrats still sort of flat line strong. that's not changing. the support from among democrats. >> when you have no options. that may be what happened. >> bernie sanders doing really well and creeping up there in a lot of big polls. meanwhile donald trump this morning continues to sore. -- soar. poll numbers out.
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this is since august 18th. this is post fox news debate, the first republican debate. donald trump is up 16 points. and jeb bush is having some trouble. >> kasich and walker are also down too. with donald trump going up, some people are going to have to go down. he has been putting jeb bush in his crosshairs, low energy and also criticizing him for speaking spanish when asked a question in spanish. and jeb bush though is starting to fire back as well. is he starlighting to get feisty. in fact, he even dropped h-e-double hockey sticks. >> he threw in damn. i can't tell you how shocking this is to donors in washington. who just assumed that jeb bush was going to get the nomination. in d.c. he was the default choice. looking at these numbers and saying what has happened. now there are efforts to derail donald trump, of course by republican officials in d.c. apparently there is a super pac being put together to attack him. it's amazing. >> unbleaivel.
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let us know your thoughts, friends@foxnews.com. we will read more of these polls and a little bit later on ben carson as well coming up. >> on to some saturday headlines. kentucky clerk denying marriage licenses to same sex couples are rallying outside the jail that's where kim davis is being held. con found in contempt for defying orders to issue license. his client is prepared to remain in jail for months. >> going door to door charles joseph gliniewicz. this as they began analyzing new videotape showing images near the area where he was killed on tuesday. interviewing several people and asking them to submit d.n.a. samples. meanwhile, a $50,000 reward is being offered for any information that will lead to an arrest. the hunt is on.
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8-foot long king cobra on the loose near orlando. eric calendar longer. clunt feels the same way all things. >> scared us to death. [bleep] [ laughter ] >> you know what? [ laughter ] >> i'm done. i'm done. >> that four letter word was more potent than h-e-double. >> he threw a snake in my face. what do you expect? that was outrageous behavior. >>erik the reptile guy educated about snakes in your region. >> oh my gosh. by the way. when he put that snake up, did i this with my hand. >> >> that was horrifying. i'm not going to apologize for loathing the serpent.
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okay? >> even episcopalian. >> rick embrace dollars the snake. >> as a scarf. >> it's impressive. i'm not sure what it says about you, rick. >> two kinds of people in the world. people who are not afraid of wild animals and people who are? >> i like wild animals but reptiles? come on. >> reptiles. i trod on them. >> that's it. let's talks about the weather. would are about to get into that season. people still hang on to summer and some not quite as much. talk about the maps. across much of the west. today spokane washington, 56 degrees for for a high temperature and snow across pars of idaho. go towards the central part of the country and east and it's baking. some rain showers this afternoon again, throughout parts of the southeast, into the florida, the sal gulf, much the northeast the humidity is gone and it's a beautiful time. pretty heavy rain showers cross much of montana and into north and south dakota. part of minnesota could be
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seeing some flooding. remnants of what was tropical storm kevin pulling in across parts of the four corners enhancing the monsoonal moisture. high temperatures today across the plains, baking tomorrow, 100 still in dallas. guys, send it back to you inside. >> thanks a million, rick. >> this is just common sense a new relationship expert has put out a new study on exactly how husbands and wives interact on facebook. it turns out that many people, when they're married, aren't friends with their spouse. they have this sort of reluctance to friend their spouse. and they want to sort of keep those accounts separate. he says this is going to cause all kinds of problems. >> what's with the vees? no he was saying just the opposite. he said that could actually keep you together and keep things feisty and keep things interesting. >> to friend them, also. so they're washington. why are you not friending these people. >> maybe if you are in a casual dating relationship. once you are dating. >> i have found a solution to this after 24 years.
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don't go on facebook. avoid the tar pit of social media just run away. really no happiness comes out. if you are a college student or whatever. you are single. but like what is -- i don't want that garbage into my house. >> you know, interestingly about the phones, too. picking them up at meals. this was a big part of the study which is that he calls it p fubbing. >> snubbing with iphone. >> picking up phone when trying to have conversation at meal. someone is in a conversation someone picks up the phone and looks at it. have you ever been p fubbed. >> these little girls have some dating advice for you. >> i think that you should say you're really pretty. >> really? if i tell you she is pretty, you think she will say yes, thank you? >> even though she is not? maybe she is still pretty. >> >> girls like to be told that they are funny? >> what do i do if he tries to kiss me?
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>> you know kiss kiss. >> if he is really nice. marry someone just to be really nice? >> that's true. >> that's pretty good advice. especially you look pretty and they went on to say your hair looks great. that is really wise. >> are those new shoes? >> yes, we do like to hear all of that. they also said be nice to each other. to me it is that simple. nice to each other and respect each other it's the god be roll. >> also your hair looks great. and i mean that with total sincerity. >> who are you talking to. >> talking to america, clayton. speaking of america. it is labor day weekend and the v.a. unfortunately is still failing those who served this country. the scathing new report that many have died waiting for cower. we have got details coming up. >> plus, why did the tiger cross the road? come on, why did he do it? well with, this cub found wandering around the neighborhood. how the heck did he get there? >> to eat the chicken? ♪ i'm angela, and i quit smoking with chantix.
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gotten qualification for v.a. healthcare yet. they are waiting to get in the hospital system. this is just another example of how all encompassing the problems at the v.a. are are and how they are harming not just a few veterans here and there but hundreds of thousands of veterans across the country. >> what kind of care are they in need of? is this cancer treatment or is this a stomach ache or allergies? >> well, here's the scary thing. we don't know for sure. we don't know if this is veterans in need of very important critical care or vetee myself getting out of the military recently back from iraq or afghanistan. just looking for basic healthcare. we don't know because the v.a.'s records are so bad. that's why we needed immediate investigation and need to fall-on investigation which is going to be difficult to do but we still need to do it to determine how many of these veterans were seriously harmed or maybe unfortunately died as a result of these delayed and deleted records. >> yeah, and just a clogged system and the backlog is awful, but once they
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actually get in the door, then how is the care? >> the quality of care once you get in the door depends on the hospital. but, that's the key issues. actually getting in the door and getting an appointment. once you qualify, it is still extremely difficult to get an appointment at the v.a. in a timely manner even with all the billions of dollars that we intent in addition to the money we had already. since the v.a. wait list scandal last year, weight times are still going up. there is still serious problems across the v.a. healthcare system. unfortunately not a whole lot has changed since the big scandal broke last year. >> gosh, we certainly hope that they will get moving quickly. dan caldwell, thank you so much for your time. >> thank you for having me on. >> unfortunate long time. 19 mention after the hour. traditional pillow fight at west point turns into bloody brawl. what started the mass chaos that left dozens injured and bloody? and is your baby really sleeping alone?
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i want them to know that they do have a safe and reliable system. together, we're building a better california. some quick headlines for you. the guys at west point are warriors, of course, so when they have a pillow fight, it can turn bloody. 30 cadets were injured during the annual freshman tradition. some cadets put helmets in
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pillowcases pretty clever. cost a lot of injuries broken legs, schocketted shoulders and concussions: who would want to fight a war against these guys. sent to arizona dam to help prevent a rock from crashing down. 500,000 pounds began to break away from grand canyon's dam. the crew will drill bolts into sandstone to keep the 5-foot rock secure. best of luck. >> parent, listen up, you may not be the only ones watching your baby sleep. a recent security study found that several of the most popular internet connected baby monitors got failing marks for safety and were left wide open to hackers. so what can do you to protect your family? why is this happening? joining us now is alarm and security expert jeffrey zinn. is he also the president of ids research. nice to see you this morning. >> nice to meet you. >> you study these things in-depth. what did these reports tell you? were you surprised by the results? >> i wasn't surprised but i
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was very concerned that there is a lot of cryptic information out not only on the internet about this equipment but on the actual housing so someone buys the system and ultimately they don't realize that what they have is insecurity versus a sense of security. >> what are the dangers of someone hacking into your baby monitor. >> they can get remote control over your cameras and take that information and actually take a snapshot of your child and post it on the internet we have one case where the person who was hacking said daddy's coming, wake up little boy. and then when the person came into the room they said someone's coming, someone's in view. that's outrageous for someone to buy a baby monitor and be in that position. >> let's go through many solve the ways make sure that these baby monitors are safe because this is -- this is the way that we are now watching babies in their rooms using a smart phone, dying in with i-you know, just listening and hoping we hear them cry and we run up there. you say change the password from the default. >> change the password. mission critical. also important you don't use analogue base technology.
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open frequency. can i take the scanner here and anywhere from 49.300 to 49.890 megahertz from a half mile away can i listen in and see what's happening. get off analog and into digital. dec teng technology, digital enhanced cordless technology. frequency hopping spread technology. stay with the technology that not only covers you in the house but out of the house scrambles, encrypts and changes the channel. >> what about video recording? >> i don't have problem with video recording. something like drop cam. talking about some of that secure and you a then indicates between drop cam and google secure servers. that system has not been beaten'. there is a reason why. >> hackers have not been able to break into drop. >> not only hackers but cyber security. google offers any rewards for hackers that can find security holes and they are not paying out any money there is a reason. >> public wi-fi account.
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>> of course. >> i didn't believe people would do that. >> ease issue. make sure the ports you are tieing into are 8100 and higher. don't go lower into the port range. so you are in a situation where someone can access that or have unsecured cameras where they can self-authenticate and get online and access your system. >> do you encourage people to use cellular data for their monitors or not? >> yell you larr data is okay but you have got to have the encryption where someone spending time searching and fishing for this information cannot get their hands on it easily. >> and unplug the monitor when it's not in use, also. >> right, a lot of people turn the monitor off. because you can access it and accidently turn the monitor on, unplug the system so it cannot be accessed by these people. >> you brought two monitors in here. how do these get hacked in the first place? >> these technologies, a lot of them, this particular one has -- doesn't have the encryption that we want. so people can get on the wi-fi, sometimes their factory default pass codes that people don't know about, they are embedded in the technology. they can look online and
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look into the manual and get in there and go into other ports. they can access it because the wi-fi basically takes the information, the video information, transmits it through, over the internet and, trefore, it's susceptible to intercepts and decryption. >> people can just jump online because all these manuals that come in these boxes now are online. so people, if they lose their -- if they lose that manual, they can go online and find the defaulted password as 1, 2, 3, 4, that's probably because most people aren't changing it. >> and also have a very strong wi-fi connection. make sure that you provide layers of protection. i also like the idea of having analog monitor as a decoy, let them tap into a decoy monitor. >> fake it i like that. full list of all of this, put it up on our website. appreciate it all the failing monitors that didn't get the good grades, foxandfriends.com we have it all there. coming up here on the show. he has been on the run for nearly you two months. but was el chapo's hideout just found? going to show you why. plus, are you having a
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the window. [bark] ♪ the one with the waggly tail. >> shot of the morning. adorable beagle refusing to let go as his owner tries to roll up the window >> the puppy hangs on to the glass for the front paws as long as he can. the dog eventually loses his grip and sits back in his seat. >> he knows as soon as that car starts moving, that wind is going to be flapping his ears and his tongue and is going to love it. >> beagles are tenacious. that's why they are such good rabbit hunters. >> other stories making headlines on saturday morning now. 11,000 law enforcement officers honoring a officer gunned down one week ago. darron go forth's funeral. his son wore captain america on his t-shirt. he and the deputy had matching shirts and planned to wear them together. goforth was buried wearing
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his under his uniform. the illegal immigrant charged with killing kate steinle on a popular san francisco pier will face murder charges in court. francisco sanchez confessed to shooting the gun and finding it in. he was freed from prison even though he there was a request to confine him for deportation. >> guzman posted this twitter photo with graphics obscuring two men. the men on the left appears to be el chapo, guzman forgot to turn off his phone's g.p.s. so the app. tagged him in costa rica. el chapo has been on the run escaping from a costa ricaen in july. costa ricaen police are investigating. >> this isn't your ordinary stray cat. a talking toker cub is found abandoned and wandering
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around a neighborhood in eastern l.a. the 3 month old was declawed and had a hernia but is otherwise okay. not clear where he came from. in california it is illegal to own a tiger without a license. the cub will be taken to sanctuary in san diego while wildlife officials investigate. those are your headlines. >> who is in charge of licensing tigers in california. is there a tiger licensing office? probably. >> the lines are not long though. >> rick reichmuth standing by in weather center. >> don't you think we need a "fox & friends" weekend mascot. >> herniated tiger? [ laughter ] >> how about baxter, my dog? >> no. i think that wild cat version would be a little bit better. >> rain across the southeast. winter to talk about. that kind of fun season where we still have summer and we have some winter coming. take a look at the map. down across much of the southeast. there is going to be kind of a pesky little area of low pressure there. it will bring rain and scattered showers from time to time. a bit of a more of a rainy weekend than not.
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across the southeast and it's going to total maybe 3-inch to 4 inches of rain by the time we are done. across the northeast. a spectacular one. such a hot week in the mid-atlantic and northeast. hottest weeks we have seen all summer long and humid. now that the humidity is gone we will see plenty of sunshine and heat return again by the middle part of this week. down to the southeast we have some of the rain showers. much of texas just dry. there are signs of rain coming your way. hopefully we will get that in around 6 to 10 days. for the short-term. the dry pattern continues. into the northern plains minnesota. north dakota. flooding with heavy down powers at time. heat still on in nebraska. 95 in lincoln. across the southwest more monsoonal -- monsoonal activity. snow guys, snow for the barbecue. >> snow? >> that's good though. that is good. >> why not spend your summer getting rid of your summer
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with a big send off with one last barbecue, getting the rubblier gloves out. >> here to show us amazing ideas for your menu is chef dag gum that's good, too. >> good to see you. the fatty? >> we are smoking fatties in downtown new york. this is a big weekend. >> de blasio duration. >> google it. you will get all kinds of different things. >> you know what a fatty is? >> football season is upon us, right? everybody is watching football. you are tail galgt either at the game or tailgating at home which is what most of us do. master built wants to make this simple. y'all going to do a pizza fatty i'm doing a is a he cheeseburger fatty. >> hamburger wrapped in bacon and everything that you can imagine going inside of it. and, first, you start out with one and a half pounds of hamburger meat in a baggy. get rid of that. because we flattened it out just like that. there is your secret to make this recipe super. >> put it in a 1 gallon
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ziploc bag and right down the center, yours is already couldn't i'm going to cut this bag right down the center. and i have got to give a little shoutout to one of the master built employees, lower kenny. she showed me the technique to do. this kind of brilliant. >> to make this fatty recipe super easy. you open it up. now, i'm doing a cheeseburger. you are doing a pizza. put your pizza sauce in the middle. i put a 1. you put your cheese in the middle, we're going to put sharp cheddar cheese right down the middle. sharp cheddar cheese. then we are going to put some mushrooms. >> mushrooms? >> right. mushrooms. >> you all do some peperoni, i'm doing the pickles? >> now, you can do a breakfast fatty, a pizza fatty. a cheeseburger fatty. >> turn that around, okay. roll it over to the top.
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want one side to come over. >> like a chipotle burrito. >> roll the other side over, and weld that hamburger meat together, clayton. you are making like an meat loaf. i'm going to put it on top it. this will below your mind right here. basket weave of bacon. >> a blanket of bacon. >> blanket of bacon. >> how many days worth of calories is this? >> it doesn't matter. >> don't try that at home. >> there you go. now, you still got. anna, what you want to do is roll that over and get rid of. >> cameras on me when you i was doing this. >> have to cook it or eat it like right this. >> cook it. >> when you think of spending time with your family and friends at home. instead of having to stand over that grill and a the charcoal, let master built
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allow to you smoke your fatty. see that right there? >> it's professional. >> take that and put it on a smoker rack. here is the secret. slide that baby off. give it a spin. >> let's see the finished product. >> that's been in the smoker how long? >> 225 degrees for two hours. >> two hours. >> i'm going to get these loves on here. >> my doctor prescribed this to me the last time i had a checkup. >> this is part of the dad gum that's good and healthy. or maybe we are going to have a great weekend. >> we have to hurry up. >> here we go. look at this, folks. >>éheady to eat. >> that's your fatty. >> that's unbelievable. >> smoked. do you want me to cut it? >> yes, sir. >> who is hungry? >> [cheers] >> we're going to eat. more coming up in the show. when tucker and anna eat. >> come on, now. >> it's oozing out of there. >> do you see anything wrong with this pushing? >> >> we have got to go.
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>> >> that's remarkable. >> why taylor swift is under fire for this new video, ladies and gentlemen. >> a top cop's wife making it her mission to make sure the world knows police lives matter. she and her husband join us live with how they are getting the community to back the blue. ♪ you got a friend in me ♪ you've got a friend in me. what super poligrip does for me is it keeps the food out. before those little pieces would get in between my dentures and my gum and it was uncomfortable. just a few dabs is clinically proven to
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use the internet or car's computers to access remote vehicles. including the steering. do you remember that. >> drove me right in a tree. >> salmonella outbreak in cucumbers now blamed for killing a woman and making 300 sick. andrew williamson fresh produce cucumbers sold in more than 20 states. check your labels. a top cop's wife making it her mission to make sure the world knows police lives matter. sherri j erin along with other family members of cops in mansfield, texas, handing out blue ribbons and bracelets to rally their community behind their police officers. >> here with more is mansfield police department police chief tracy aaron and his wife sherri the leader of the blue ribbon movement. nice to see both of you this morning. welcome to the show. you can guys hear us? >> yes. >> all right. good. sherri, tell me, why did you come up with this idea to go out there and put out these
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ribbons and to show your support for police officers around the community? >> >> well, in loot of everything that's been happening in our country, i just felt compelled that we, the majority of people who do support law enforcement just needed to speak out. people are very visual. so, i really felt like that we needed something out there to show our support for our men and women in law enforcement. >> well, when we hear this nasty rhetoric, just last week we were talking about a black lives matter protest, where we heard fry like bacon, pigs in a blanket. what what do we want dead cops right now. killing of a cop in houston for simply pumping his gas. chief tracy aaron, you can tell me what this is doing to recruitment from your standpoint and for other police chiefs across the country you have spoken with? >> sure he think that any police chief you talk to
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right now will tell you that recruitment is down. i you think it's down as a result of what's happening in our nation. nationwide. you know, more than anything, the scrutiny that a police officer is under every second of a day that never stops. on duty and off duty. police officers are held to such a high standard already, and the scrutiny and the -- that's after every incident that occurs, you know, it happens so fast with social mediaxv8]?ç7 now tht the information is out there before there is even time to investigate an incident. >> sherri, what's the reaction been like from the community when they are seeing all these blue ribbons go up around? >> it's been incredible. schools have been joining in and wearing blue and writing thank you letters. you know, when we -- me and my husband yesterday were on the news and we went down and ate barack fast after
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that before we could even sit down, the waitress come up and said order whatever you want, someone has already bought your breakfast. shook his hand and said thank you for your service and we support you and it is just overwhelming. the response has been overwhelming. cities have just joined in. hopefully nationwide we can support. and voice how strong we appreciate these men and women and how much they sacrificed to be in law enforcement. >> well we do thank you for what you are doing and chief, for your service as well. hopefully this campaign in a small way will help to mend fences between african-american community in particular and the police community. thank you so much. >> you bet. thank you. >> thank you. coming up here on the show. donald trump stumbles on foreign policy but was the question itself unfair? >> i don't believe in gotcha
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questions. i'm not trying to, you know, quiz you on who the. >> that is a gotcha question though. when you start throwing around names of people and where they live and, you know, give me their address, i you think it's ridiculous. >> should presidential candidates be expected to know the names of every terror leader out there? political panel takes this on next hour. >> plus, do you see anything wrong with this picture? why taylor swift is under fire for her new video. ♪ ♪ i hate cleaning the gutters. have you touched the stuff? it's evil. and ladders. sfx: [screams] they have all those warnings on 'em. might as well say... 'you're gonna die, jeff.' you hired someone to clean the gutters. not just someone. angie's list helped me find a highly rated service provider to do the work at a fair price. ♪
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here's some breaking news. taylor swift's wildest dreams have turned into a nightmare.
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♪ your smile swift's latest video has been criticized with a lot of people with time on their hands for rho mant sizing colonialism. one critic wrote -- it wants old school romance, but ends up with old school racism, too. hollywood life.com reporter, great to have you this morning. >> i love your show. glad to be here. >> you're so nice. taylor swift is now promoting european colonialism? >> i'm a huge fan. i tried to watch this unbiasedly. she's not trying to be racist here. i know she didn't mean for this to happen, right? i've spoken to people in her camp who say really this is supposed to be a 19150s hollywood backdrop of movies like "queen of the desert"
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"lawrence of arabia" this was supposed to be a fun music video. i understand some people feel she's promoting black culture in some of her videos like "shake it off." people are always trying to find ways to tear her down. to me she can do no wrong. i think people are overthinking it. >> when a witch-hunt beginning, we all become victims. kermit the frog also is in the front of the a controversy. >> kermit and miss piggy have broken up. just to clarify they've never been married. they've been together since 1974. they have been on and off. miss piggy has always wanted to marry kermit the frog, but he's always gotten cold feet. remember, he is a frog. but bill p.m. rady, the e.p. of the new muppet showremiering on abc, decided to split them
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up. he felt like they were always headed this way. i think this is really wrong, sending a horrible message for all the young children that have followed the muppets, sending the wrong message, that even miss piggy and kermit can't stay together. would it be better if she demanded he put a wring on her finger. >> she has demanded that, but kermit has left her for a skinnier younger pig by the name of denise. i don't understand why they thought this would be a great idea. but again, why mess with something that's been so great all these years. >> maybe there's a deep message here. >> like beyonce said, put a ring on it. miss piggy tried to do that, but she's been hanging out with liam hemsworth recently, but kermit says he 'playing the field and
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not actually dating denise, but i think they should have thought twice before dramatically splitting them up. >> we should say, this is also a morning show, and these are muppets f. she's the one at the center of a firestorm, the kentucky clerk who's been isn't to jail. is this the surprise he has to pay for following her faith? we'll have that coming up. plus turning up the volume, easy with a wave of year hand. we have the cars with the coolest technology. i'll show that too you. flonase allergy relief, the only otc nasal spray approved to relieve nasal congestion and itchy, watery eyes. most allergy pills only control one inflammatory substance, flonase controls six.
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today it's saturday, aim anna kooiman, and breaking at this hour, a murder mystery just may be solved. a person under arrest and facing capital murder charges in the shooting death of this young dentist. we have the developing details in moments. then she's a woman at the center of a firestorm. a kentucky clerk sent to jail this week for refusing to issue same-sex messages. we'll have details coming up. it's always nice to send a thank-you note after a job interview, but what happens when you send a naked selfie of yourself instead? have you ever done anything like that? someone just did. we'll find out if he got the job. "fox & friends" and more starts right now. ♪ take me in your arm ♪ rescue me ♪ i want your tender charms
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k.c. the dog and kids learning fire safety. >> stop, drop and roll. >> stop, drop and roll. earlier in the show we had snakes on, i tell you if you had to choose from a fire safety lab and a snake, the lab wins every time. it's the last days of summer here, well, obviously september 21st is the last day, but unofficially. >> what are you doing this morning? send us in your photos. paul sent this in. he said spenting labor day weekend at little black creek campground and park. look at that. >> that's a cracker. >> and jack is spending his labor day weekend watching "fox & friends." >> look at that. that's a great place to be. >> send us your photos this morning. later this morning down in kentucky, there will be a rally
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for kim davis. of course she spent the night in prison for refusing to issue marriage licenses. there she is. she spent the night in prison, she says for standing up for her faith. matt staver is her lawyer. they spoke with her last night and said she's doing fine. listen to matt. >> all is well. kim davis slept well last night. she she never envisioned herself to be here, but here she is. she also loves god, and one thing she can't do is issue a license for marriage under her name. she has no intention to resign. she will continue to serve the peel of the county. she will never betray her
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conscience or her god. she is prepared for the consequences of those two divisions. >> it's a beautiful thing to believe something so deeply, down to the core that you're willing to be locked up. however, this woman was not doing her job. aren't there plenty of other jobs she could have out there that wouldn't interfere with her moral compass? >> fired perhaps, but instead she's behind bars. >> she could have been suspended, if she was in a position -- >> we talked about this on the show for many years. has anyone been jailed in the irs scandal? >> it's disproportionate. i think officials ought to carry out the law they've sworn to uphold. that's anglo-saxon law, that's the best part about america, the rule of law, but if you think of all those who openly have said we're not going to enforce laws that congress passed because we don't like them, and this woman goes to jail. why? i think part of it is from where
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she's from, an evangelical working-alaska woman from appalachia. if she's what a black mince fer from santa monica, do you think she would have been in jail? >> that i was very hypocritical. i haven't heard any reports of saying, did you have any sex before you got married? or living with your partner? no. it was because she disagrees with gay marriage. >> that's the criticism right there, from people who are opposed to her, showing up in rallies outside, saying that love wins. they're saying she has been hypocritical. >> i accept all of that. that's a theological debate. but the question today is should she be in jail for that? i'm saying the financial crisis of 2008, how many went to jail? zero. a lot of people don't carry out laws they're sworn to uphold and they don't go to jail. she did, why? because she's part of an
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unpopular group. >> meanwhile, she's a democrat, there's been a hue and cry that shoos a righty. no, in fact she's actually a democrat. robert jeffers on the show earlier this morning said this is not the first time someone has gone to jail. for standing up for his or her own belief it is. >> martin luther king said whenever man's laws conflict, we have to obey the moral law. but that belief landed dr. king in a birmingham jail just like kim davis is in jail. >> we accommodate every special-interest groups, it seems like we could -- our forefathers were willing to stand up for what they thought was right, as well as their rights, even when that stand wasn't popular with everyone. >> let us know what you think about this. where do you come down on this debate? it's not an easy one. >> no, it's pretty intense.
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we have breaks news for the campaign from president. hillary clinton stopped short of a policy for the-mile-an-hour people for the actions. >>. meanwhile, new information coming out about how the clinton family maintained her server. >> kristin fisher has a closer look this morning. good morning, kristin. >> yes, breaking overyigt "the washington post" is reporting that hillary clinton personally paid a state department staff tore maintain that server in her home. this is the same staffer who just invoked his fifth amendment right before the house select committee to benghazi. to pay -- it might have gone seem that requires a certain degree of thought, but yet in a rare interview with andrea mitchell, clinton said the exact opposite. >> you know, i was not thinking a lot when i got in. there was so much work to be done. we had so many problems around the world. i didn't really stop and think what kind of e-mail system will
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there be? at the end of the day, i am sorry that this has been confusing to people and has raised a lot of questions, but there are answers to all these questions. >> well, that's the closest things to an apology that we've heard thus far from clinton. in responsible, a spokesman said what's clear is she regrets she got caught and is playing a political price, knolls the fact the server put national security at risk. her favorability is at an all-time low. only 41% of the people polled have a favorable view of her. that's the lowest in more than two decades. back to you guys in new york. >> thanks very much, kristin. seven minutes after the hour, on the to other stories made headlines. did not arrest has been made in the murder of a young dentist in texas. she was gunned down on wednesday
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in her parking garage. she is the one behind the wheel in this surveillance, and the jeep's owner came forward after seeing this picture. the other man got out of the car. and shows her. police in illinois are going door to door as he funt for the killers of lieutenant charles gliniewicz, this as they begin analyzing new videos, showing people near the area. they're also interviewing several people and asking them to submit dna samples. meanwhile, a $50,000 reward is being offered for any information that will lead to an arrest. nearly 31 million americans are expected to hit the road, traveling more than 50 miles this holiday weekend. here's the good news, the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded gas, that's an
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11-year low for labor day. and want to be rewarded for your hard work? several companies are our buy one/get one free deals. the hunt is on for an 18-foot cobra on the loose. the deadly snake escaped from a home three days ago. reptile expert eric stounder was on the show earlier, saying people should not be too worried, because cobras don't like being around people. we have [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] >> you know what -- i'm done. i'm done. >> yeah, throw a snake in our face. >> the most important thing for everyone is to be educated by snakes in your region. >> the most important thing
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is -- i think can we agree on that? >> watch my hand. >> yeah. that's why i decided not to do the segment all together. >> rick wright loves these snakes. where did you learn that? >> everybody was out here watching that this morning, right? and what did you think? >> awesome. >> it was awesome. >> did you agree they should be afraid? >> yeah. >> they're on your is side, clayton and tucker. take a look at the weather match, show you what's going on. we have not talked about this yet this fall -- meteorology cal fall. there's snow coming advisories in effect for parts of montana and idaho, snow levels dropping to around 6500 feet. not enough snow, but the moisture will be helpful. temperatures well below average in the northwest, well above average in the central part of
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the country and upper great lakes. there's a pesky upper-level disturbance there across parts of the southeast, to bring more rain showers, and then heavy rain across the dakotas will caught the threat for some localized flooding, and down across the southwest, we have some moisture coming in from tropical storm kevin, so we'll continue to watch that. and some of the this rain across the southeast will be heavy, maybe 3 to 5 inches. all right, guys back to you inside. everybody is on your side, tucker and clayton. >> glad to hear that. we have the people. coming up, she's a neurosurgeon that operates every day on people, but what else she's accused of every day? getting high. was the question to donald trump unfair? >> are you familiar with general suleimani? >> yes. i -- but go ahead, give me. go ahead, tell me. >> he runs the qods forces.
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hey, friends, good morning, quarter past the hour on a saturday. donald trump is furious over what he calls a gotcha question with hugh hewitt. >> are you familiar with general suleimani? >> yes, but go ahead, give me. go ahead, tell me. >> he runs the qods forces.
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>> yes, okay. >> i'm not trying to quiz you on who -- >> well, that is a gotcha question. >> trump tweets this morning -- why would a low ratings show host be doing the next debate on cnn. they is just a third-rate gotcha guy. so was that really an unfair question? or did hewitt expos one of trump's weaknesses? retired air force lieutenant general richard newton -- and rebecca berg from real clear politics. good morning, everything. >> good morning, anna. >> rebecca, is not a gotcha question? or was it fair? >> of course it's a fair question. donald trump is running for president. as commander in chief, a lot of -- or would-be commander in chief, he would be expected to know basic questions, but the question is will this matter to any trump supporters? my guess is many of them don't
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support him baas he's a foreign policy savant or has a great command of foreign policy issues, they're in it because they think he's the leader that can make the decisions with the right advisers, and that's the pitch he's making as well. >> should he know all the players right now? the radio host hugh hewitt mentioned suleimani, and when he gave him some, he mentioned the qods forces. >> sure, and i think all presidential candidates need to be certainly up on the step. i've said this before, in my 34 years on active duty, i think we're in the most complex and disruptive international security environment, so i think it's important for all the candidates to be informed and have a working knowledge and also be prepared. >> some would say the qods are
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similar to our s.e.a.l. teams, and maybe he should know. >> i think anyone running for the highest office in the land should be held to a higher standard. this was a misstep, but i don't think it's anything he can't bounce back from. they're. >> lieutenant newton, do you think there's people in your camp who are maybe scared to even come forward, because they're scared of being in the cross harris of trump? >> no, i don't think it's an issue like that at all. i think the presidential candidates are hopefully surrounding themselves with experts steeped in national security issues. i think it's an important issue if we move forward in the campaign what you important is what the candidates have, and the people they ally themselves with as well. >> do you think he'll surround
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himself with people before this next debate? hugh hewitt will be a moderator asking questions like this. >> that's a great question. you would think he would be boning up on foreign policy in advance of this debate, but donald trump seems to be confident in donald trump, and maybe doesn't think he is necessarily weak on these issues. maybe after this interview he will start taking a different tack, but he doesn't really have a team of foreign policy advisers as part of his campaign he watches television, listens to foreign policy experts on tv, maybe watching this show right now. that's where he's getting a lot of the information. >> and finally donald trump appeared to be backed into a corner while he was on this radio show, but then he ends up going on the attack. he goes on the offense, which is his strength, is it not? >> i mean, it is. donald trump has such a big media mouthpiece now, i don't believe he'll be going on any more one on one interviews with hugh hewitt, and it will be fun to watch his twitter feed in the next couple hours if he is
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watching this. >> thank you all for your time today. let us know your thoughts. does it matter? terrifying moments caught. swimmers trapped by a rip current. what you need to know before you hit the beaches on labor day. want to track your kids' driving? this car can do it. we have the cars with the coolest technology out on the plaza. ♪ life is a highway ♪ i want to ride it all night long ♪ omach acid in the stomach where it belongs. for fast-acting, long-lasting relief. try gaviscon®. for fast-acting, long-lasting relief. aha! cinnamon. milk. cinna-milk.
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welcome back. everyone loves cars with comfort and reliability, but what if that car was smart, or smarter than a smartphone. we have the cars with the coolest technology. tamara, nice to see you. >> thank you. >> what a nice job. >> it's like playing video games all day long. >> and there is so much technology. let's start with the bmw. >> this is the new 7 series. the big news is the adjuster control. with a in addition of the finger, you with control your telephone, your audio. >> so if you're sitting in there, you can wave your hand, what about the backseat? >> we have a tablet in the back. that allows the passenger who might be chauffeur around in
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this limousine-style seating to control the air conditioning, music, play telephone calls, so luxury living here. >> this is the coolest thing. this is the remote control for the bmw. it's like a smartphone. you swipe up, and you control the whole car from this touchpad. >> at least unlock the car. >> let's go to the tesla. >> this car has caused a stir. it's giving big brands a run for their money. >> i'm hearing this is the fastest car. i talked to a guy driving a hellcat, he says this is the fasters car in the world.
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>> an electric car, an american-made electric car. >> the fastest car in the world. take that, lamborghini. take that, ferrari? >> really the big news is it comes out t-85 team. this is a model s. we've seen it on the road for a while, but it's about the performance moving more and more into autonomous driving capabilities. we'll be seeing more as it comes to the marketplace. >> an audi. >> yes. what's new with this audi? >> this is the new q7. this comes into dealerships in december, i believe. here what we're seeing is audi taking connective to the next level. they have this virtual cockpit concept coming about, which is sort of the feeling that we'll actually look at in all the audi
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products coming occupy. but essentially it allows that sort of wearable technology in your car, ins sense that -- >> like a smartphone technology. >> and the google earth maps feeling, where you're showing exactly where you're at and where you need to go without a lot of distraction. >> what about this bad boy here? >> here we can see the virtual cockpit. >> so that's all in your dash. not on a separate panel. >> it also comes with 4g lte, apple autoplay. >> apple car play is -- >> that's the audi -- >> so you can sync up with your smartphone. you can't work in this car if you didn't want to work in the
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office. >> let's talk about teen drivers. what does this car do? >> this is the entire chevrolet lineup now. we're seeing this connectivity, but particularly in the malibu, we have teen spacing mode. what that allows -- >> teen safety mode. >> you can actually track your teen. if your teen goes out, yeah, dad, i wasn't speeding, i wasn't braking hard. i stopped at all lights. well, now you can check on them. you can monitor -- >> and we had to put the seat builts on. >> this is another cool part of this function. so when your seat built is clicked, we don't hear anything, right? in order to get the gratification of my music, i have to be belted in.
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>> you cannot turn in the music until everyone is seat belted in the car. >> tamara warren, we appreciate you joining us this morning. >> awesome cars. >> yes. >> guys? >> thank you, clayton. speaking of driving, a car goes up in flames. minutes later, cops rush in to pull the man inside out, and he's a live. speaking the fire, we all know to stop, drop and roll, but this canine is gig you new fire safety tricks. it's the segment every parent a and child must see. usaa makes me feel like i'm a car buying expert
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that was bold. they must really believe in themselves. buy in. quickenloans/home buy. refi. power. oh, look at that. some shots of the morning. we've asked you to send in pictures of how you're spending in labor day weekend. this is bob and kathy with their grandchildren on a river in connecticut. >> it's this picture of her family celebrating the last days of summer with some sun in the fun in florida. >> little ella case is spending the weekend with her papa. >> what's the apple that starts with a z?
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>> i like the pink lady. we want to tell you about caught on camera, terrifies moments as swimmers are rescued from rip currents. >> i'm good. rel relax. swimmers are told to check with lifeguards for the safest spot in the water. >> for a nurse a california doctor accused of using marijuana. a hair sample was asked for, it alleges she uses the drug daily. she only admitted to use it on her days off. running towards danger, a
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team of police officers risk that i lives to rescue a driver. they were responding to the crash when they saw this car up in flames. >> once we realized there's a person in the vehicle, it wasn't how intention it was. we were just worried about getting them out of the car. >> the fire department arrived just as the victim was pulled from the car. and he made more than a billion by selling his video game, but mine craft creator says he's unhappy being rich. he tweeted the problem is you run out of reasons to keep trying. partying with famous people able to do whatever i want, and i've never felt more isolated.
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what do you think about this? ricky on twitter says -- what's stopping him from giving it away? >> i asked earlier this morning, there's a lot of charities out there. mary writes -- i understand how those feels -- the realization hit me in a way i did not expect. my choice to resolve this is to volunteer, mary says. danny writes -- please send a million or so of the to the following bank account. >> biggie says more money, more problems. i want to say happy birthday to one of our friends. >> happy birthday. >> happy birthday. rick wrightman probably with more birthday wishes. >> not only is that going out, but destin has some of the prettiest beaches around.
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>> i work at caterpillar in illinois. >> if you make a sign, you'll get on. nicely done. let's look at the weather map. this gives you a good idea, we're going to start to get into the season where we get cold patches and warm patches. 48 degrees if you are headed outside in seattle, temps into the 30s, and higher elevations. 8 on and 81 acoals dallas and san antonio. it's hot there. today is how it's going to play out. anything in the red, those are temperatures above 90 this afternoon, very nice across much of the mid-atlantic. spotty showers, monsoonal moisture continues and that cool patch in the pacific northwest. that continues into tomorrow. tomorrow we'll see even a bit of severe weather across parts of minnesota, the heat continuing across the plains and more rain across the society. anna, over to you.
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>> rick, thank you so much. it's an amazing method that teaches kids the importance of fire safety, all with the help of a four-legislated friend. at the kasey program has benefited more than 4 million children and credited with saves at least 15 lives. back with us is jeff owens. good morning. thank you for being with us. >> hello, kasey. so 15 lives have been saved because of this program. how do you know that? >> because a lot of times firefighters will interview a family and ask, how did you know what to do? >> that's because kasey cuss an ice breakering. >> and it's memorable. when she does the skills, that makes the skills memorable. >> do you know what to do if your clothes are on fire. what do you do? >> stop, drop and roll. >> stop, drop and roll. kasey, your clothes are on fire, stop, drop and roll.
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good job. >> okay. we know about smoke rising, right? what did kasey teach us. where are you supposed to be smoke? you get down on the floor, you crawl under the smoke. >> what do you dao. >> good job. where do you go? >> you crawl on the floor. job like kasey. if you find matches or a lighter, who do you need to tell? >> a grownup. >> so see what kasey, what do you do when you pinned matches or lighter? kasey, tell me. that's a good girl. >> this is great. how many kids do you think you've taught over the years. over 4 million kids, and we're just lucky to do what we do.
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one more thing, wee we need to learn all the things that we do. kasey, what happens in you don't know your fire and life safety skills? you end up a dead dog. that's right. good job. >> thank you, kids. happy labor day weekend. here's what's coming up on the program? big brother a the school? now tracking your child's social media both on and off campus? then fired up the grill this labor day weekend? it's a bacon burger dog. but first, a look with neil cavuto. good morning. well, forget china, are stocks selling off because, well, we've become china? and look at this taxpayer rage. is this why outsiders are searching? plus the brand-new lawsuit
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spying on students? it's happening. the orange county school district in florida is beginning a new program that monitors social media accounts of their students. but does the practice invade the privacy of the kids? or is it necessary? joining us for a debate is former teacher, and welcome to you both. deni denise, first to you. is this another example of mission creep. schools' mission are to teach kids. >> well, i actually don't think it's spying at all, to be honest. anything that goes out over social media is public. kids need to know that. if the cool is monitoring it, to me they're reading their social media, another way to make sure kids aren't being bullied or
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feeling badly about themselves. it's all public, and every child needs to know that. >> whitney, is it the school's job to make sure that kids don't feel bad about themselves? >> there's a difference between schools making sure have the resources and software that's designed to take their personal information, locate their social media account, el olocate where they're providing information from, looking at the activity feeds, what they like and don't like, and flagging that on without information on who has access to this data. we've opened a pandora's box by using software like this, versus a well-meaning administrator or parent or teacher being able to see a couple public posts they have access to. >> we have to read the statement from the orange county school board about why they're doing this. quote -- because social immediate use can be the source of bullying, we believe it's appropriate to monday torp public sites where anybody can
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view comment. isn't this the job of parents? >> it is the job of parents, but i think we need extra help. my son just joined the world of social media on instagram. nothing he does or posts can go up without me seeing it, but you know what? i'm not with him all the time, he knows that, but it's nice to have another set of eyes. i think it's a very tricky thing, because they don't realize that everything is public. i thinks people guiding them -- kids should know that people are monitoring them, and you can't put anything out there that you don't want the world to see. >> whitney, why wouldn't the school district, an arm of the government, make sure my kids brush their teeth, take them to church on sunday, this is what happens when families collapse, the state steps in to fill the void, no? >> exact. this is basically telling children again that the school and the people that are are better parents that are your parents, and we can do things that your parent is supposed to do. we open a pandora's box when we
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start giving the school responsibility over these things. there's a big difference between what a student posts on school, on a school-operated device and what they do on the weekends. that is the parents' purview. >> deneed, quickly, if the schools have an interest in monitoring the social media, why not of the students' parents? would you be uncomfortable with your kids' school monitoring your facebook and instagram account? >> i should also know that everything is public. if somebody doesn't like or is inappropriate or illegal what i'm doing, i guess, anybody would have have the right to call me out on it. hopefully everyone is smart enough to only put things out there that you find appropriate and are willing to be okay with. >> not everyone meets that high standard, i've noticed. thanks to you both for an interesting conversation. up next, bring this to your labor day barbecue.
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a bacon burg you are dog. the dad gum good recipes.
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welcome back to "fox & friends." some quick football headlines for you. do you guys like football? tom brady breaking his silence for the first time since the suspension was overturned, writing on facebook -- while i'm pleased to be eligible to play,
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i'm sorry that our league had to endure this. i don't think it's been good for our sport. to a large degree, we have all lost. the first college football saturday of the year. here are some of the day's big games. anybody here from georgia? i swear to god i didn't know that. they're going to take on louisiana monroe at 3:00 p.m. eastern. number 10 florida state faces texas state. at 8:00, and the marquee match up, wisconsin badgers taking on alabama. that's also at 8:00 p.m. tonight. dadgum, i think the fans are excited about that. it's labor day weekend. >> dadgum good food. earlier we did a cheeseburger and pizza patty, a complement to the pizza you had earlier. you wrap it in bacon, put ig in,
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like a meatloaf. we're going to make a mini version, a bacon burger dog. >> so an individual -- >> like a personalized patty. a regular hot dog, wrap it in helm berg, and wrap it in bacon, so a bacon burger dog. 225 degrees on the smoker for about an hour. this is your results right here. >> is there any other country that does this? purely american. >> purely american, just in new york. >> that gives you the best of all worlds. >> the hamburger, the hot dog, the bacon, everything is great wrapped in bacon. folks, if you want to also complement it, every time we go to qvc, we do smoked mac and cheese for our friend david
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venable. >> there you go. this is all the for the groups. >> if you're wondering if this is any good, let me tell you. >> anna? >> that cheese nibs on top. >> if you're thinking about labor day, spend time enjoying your family, your friends. don't stand over the hot grill. do your recipes. we were having some fun earlier, the new bluetooth smoker. >> i'm a nerd. i freaked out. you can spend even less time dealing with your food, because you can monitoring -- >> with my iphone, i'm operating it. i set the temperature, the time, it monitors everything for me. stay inside, watch alabama win tonight.
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>> you think so? >> i do. >> you can put in different flavors. >> you can do anything you want with a recipe. what's nice is you add smoke flavor to it. pinches a hick torrie or cherry smoke? >> apple chips. >> we have maple chips here. you put that inside. >> what's cool is, you can go to masterbuilt.com, and get tips and secrets. if you really want to enjoy time, any retailer in the country has about this from home depot, lowe's, walmart -- get this for labor day, and again these recipes we've made simple. people think that smoking food is complex. masterbuilt has taken all the guessing out of it. that, my friend, is what i --
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county girl scouts coming occupy. chris wallace will be here, and best of "fox & friends" weekend summer edition, looking back at some of our embarrassing moments. >> there were a lot. >> make it a great day. \s stocks rock, jobs still rocky. is all this indicating the economy is abouting to clocked? hi, everyone. this is "bulls & bears." here they are, the bulls and bears this week. welcome to everybody. gary, first, stocks tumble, then jobs stumble, bo sides the economy could crumble again? >> i think so. it feels like 2008. i know that's a little doomsday-ish, but i look at a

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