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is saturday, october 17th. i'm heather childers in for anna kooiman. thanks for joining us. a war of words between jeb bush and donald trump after trump suggs that president bush is to blame for 9/11. so who is right and what was said. the back and forth. that's coming up. >> signs of life lamar odom nba star and reality figure showing progress giving a thumbs up and speaking after days falling unconscious at a brothel. >> mugs? how about 50 shades of laundry.
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dads, what about about stuck at the mall with with wives costume. it's very easy to put together. that only cost you $7,000. the hilarious halloween outfits that everyone can relate to. "fox & friends" begins right now flcialg ♪ talking about freedom ♪ i'm talking about freedom ♪ i will fight. >> no one knows about freedom liver puglyian. >> paul mccartney, everyone. a a live look down a chilly new york city as "fox & friends" gets underway. >> one of the basic questions about life what are are your cravings about. you crave something because you are hungry? may be another reason. >> i woke up with a hankering for apple cider donuts this morning.
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>> there may be a reason why you were craving apple. >> you don't want to miss governor huckabee on our show coming up a little bit later. >> heather childers sitting in for anna this morning. >> i was confused what day of the week it was when i woke up thisñr morning. >> it's saturday that means you get to work every day this week. a spat has broken out between donald trump and jeb bush. you have may remember the second republican debate they got into. jeb said my brother kept this country safe. trump trying to get the last word on that in exchange with bloomberg stefanie rule he suggested that jeb's brother george w. bush might have been responsible for 9/11. >> i think i have a bigger heart than all of them. i think i'm much more competent than all of them. when you talk about george bush. say what you want, the world trade center came down during his time. >> you can't blame george bush for that. >> he was president, okay? don't blame him or don't blame him. he was president.
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the world trade center came down during his reign. if you look at sandy hook, those people are still begging for help. >> ouch. and some of the chatter. he talked about this before like some of the fbi chatter that was unfolding at the time. there were pieces that were desperate that weren't being put together. he is criticizing president bush for happening on his watch, jeb bush fires back. evidence said this on twitter how pathetic at real donald trump to criticize the president for 9/11. we were attacked and my brother kept us safe. >> still amazes me they go back and forth on twitter on these issues. they did just that trump had had it to say he responded to jeb bush saying at the debate you said your brother kept us safe. i wanted to be nice and did not mention the wtc came down during his watch, 9/11, no, jeb bush, you are pathetic for saying nothing brother's term when the world trade center was attacked and came down. jeb bush, like it or not, our country needs more energy and spirit than can
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you provide. make america great again. >> interesting. any day that jeb bush is talking about his had brother i don't know if it's a good day or not. probably not what he wants to be talking about i don't think george w. bush is responsible for 9/11. i have to say if the world trade center came down under clinton why be as generous? if it came down under obama why would be as generous i holpp i would. i hope i would be honest enough not to hold the president responsible if i didn't like the president. >> how do you weigh in on donald donald trump's comments this morning foxandfriends.com. we will read them. violence in israel is increasing in intensity. overnight three palestinians stabbed israelis in separate attacks in jerusalem and the west bank. >> one attacker targetedñi a soldier, another border are patrol woman. all of these attackers were shot. at least two died. >> the violence comes a day after stabbed an israeli
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soldier. tomb a holy site. a lot of people talking about what unfold would on another network the other day. i don't know if you happened to see this perhaps and hopefully not. we will show it to you now. we watched so you didn't have to. msnbc reporter who has a history, a number of times he has said anti-israeli things on the air and off the air quite frankly. his name is ayman mulidine. he was in jerusalem reporting on a man, a potential terrorist who had come at israeli guards with with a knife. it was clearly seen on camera that he was holding a knife. and, yet, this is what that reporter said at the time that, he wasn't heavily armed a. he didn't have anything in his hands. listen. >> we can clearly see from where we were lying from where we were standing where his body was lying, both of his hands were open and both of his hands did not have a knife. now, that was after. >> wait, amen, as a matter of fact, you know, this is
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important because, you know, you are covering this story live and you are seeing it once. and you are actually witnessing it, not knowing what you are seeing until you actually process it. but in the video that we have, that you have, that is, as you say, i don't think anybody else has this video. we can clearly see the man in camouflage t-shirt and pants with what appears to be at least in his right hand a knife. >> did the anchor there just tell the reporter you don't know what you are seeing? >> that's the problem when the anchor is having to tell the reporter. >> yet, i have got to say. i have some sympathy having been in this exact situation including in israel and around israel. when you are there sometimes it is hard to see things. >> sometimes you don't see things. >> i would give this guy the benefit of the doubt except as you say clayton, he does have history of inserting pretty aggressive opinions in his reporting including calling chris keil racist because chris keil didn't like the people fighting in
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the middle east you are a racist now? >> there is a history of his comments against israel this morning. this is just one of those in a long line. >> give us your opinions on that as well. right now we are going to talk about other headlines developing. former nba star lamar odom showing signs of improvement four days after being found unconscious at nevada brothel. a family spokesperson says he is awake, is he communicating, even giving a thumbs up. that's good news. there are reports that odom asked for his estranged wife khloe kardashian and he somehow managed to say hello to her. officials are still investigating odom's $75,000 three day visit to that brothel. overnight, a scare in the sky, a southwest airlines plane forced to return to denver minutes after takeoff when the smell of smoke filled the cabin. the captain declared it an emergency. the plane landed safely there were no signs of fire. the plane was taken out of service. passengers boarded of a new plane for their flight to seattle. and regulating the air,
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drones will soon have to be registered. the feds set to unveil policy on monday where nibby ago drone will have to have them registered with the department of transportation. all of those coming after several close calls including this one when a drone slams into the stands at the u.s. open. remember that? it happened during ama. of the new regulations could be in place by christmas. and the royals are now four games away from the world series. kansas city rolling to 5-0 victory last night over the blue jays in game one of the al championship series. the royals never allowed a runner past second base over six innings and citifield is all set for tonight's anticipated game one of the national championship series between the mets and the cubs. chicago is looking for first world series triumph in more than 100 years. >> this is the year the cubs win the world series in back to the future two. >> which was, after all a movie. >> and true.
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>> i think i might be pulling for them though because of that. >> now we will be talking about extreme weather nightmare is in california. crews working to clean up five feet of torrential mud slides froze cars in their tracks on interstate five. >> the the highway now partially open. the thunderstorms could dampen clean up efforts. >> rick is standing by. >> three inches of rain in 30 minutes in that one spot. that happens over that mountainous terrain and images are scary. more video that's coming out. video from inside the car. take a look at that muddy water flowing all the way around this car and trying to hang on there. very unreal that there were not fatalities in this cars buried in up to a feet of mud. wasn't widespread rain. couple spots that saw that maybe 1 to 3 inches of rain. for the most part kind of slow soaker. that's going to continue it across parts of the swevment
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arizona really getting in on this now and i think up around the zion area and towards vegas today we could be looking at more images like that. be very careful across the southwest. the precipitation outlook. above average precipitation in the south because of this el nino, guys, that's going to continue this winter bring us more cases like that. one last thing to tell you about. cold, freeze warnings in effect. freeze warnings in effect all the way down towards alabama where we have freeze watches. >> mets game tonight freezing or no? >> not freezing but into the 30's, maybe low 40s. >> figuratively freezing. so you want it to feel like halloween. if you haven't got your costumes taken care of, we have fantastic ones taken care of for you this morning thanks to the internet these are some great costumes for moms. of course these are all tongue in cheek. how about the tired
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temptress. >> honestly am i a creeper saying she looks pretty good? >> you think she looks sexy? >> yes she does. >> without the makeup. >> 50 shades of laundry. >> here is one you may recognize if you live in the suburban area. >> blazing hot bake sale mom. >> here is to you mrs. robinson. >> here are some men's responses. i like this one. man stuck with wife at mall. that will cost you a few thousand dollars. >> here is a post modern one. rake face. >> that's getting ready in our neighborhood rake face. >> is that because you are out raking the yard? >> escaped steven that's just a cut out of a guy running away. >> kind of hard to pull that off without some serious cgi. >> i always do the static cling. >> if you have a superclever ha. >> do you know. >> i always go as a baked
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potato all it costs is tin foilçó cover yourself in it. it's a last minute costume. >> that will save you the time. let us know your costume. share your photos. we will share them on the show. hillary clinton email scandal expands to the white house after the president said this. >> i can tell you that this is not a situation in which america's national security was endangered. >> some fbi agents say the president is trying to san taj case with the comments. did he do damage? how much? a former agent weighs in next. >> what happens when the entire wedding party gets stuck in an elevator? ♪ ♪ now i'm back ♪ here i am baby ♪ signed, sealed, delivered ♪ i'm yours. ♪ here i am, baby.
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it is important for her to answer these questions to the satisfaction of the american public and they can make their own judgment. can i tell you this is not a situation in which america's national security was endangered. >> but he doesn't know that fbi agents are furious now with president obama for down playing the hillary clinton email scandal in a "60 minutes" interview. is the president trying to sway the outcome of the investigation into her server. here is former member of the joint terrorism task force retired lt. commander of the u.s. naval office of naval intelligence. it's great to see you, steve. >> good morning, tucker: >> they have reason to be angry the agents working on the investigation. they have don't have all the facts and here are the commander and chief concluding their investigation for them. >> wrong, wrong, wrong again the president of the united states. is he injecting himself into an ongoing investigation. you are right, tucker. when we investigate crimes or investigate incidents like this. what we don't need and in this case the president of
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the united states making statements that seem to be or at least appear to be wanting to sway the investigation. look, how does he know? you how does he absolutely know that national security was not compromised? he does not know. he has to allow the fbi to do their job independently. >> so, the director of the fbi comes out comey and says my guys are beyondxd politics. which you take at face value. our viewers should remember it's not the fbi that brings charges, it's the justice department. the fbi recommends but political justice department that recommends what to do with those charges, right? >> you are right. let me share this with you. the fbi is a great organization. i believe we have not been catastrophically attacked because of their good work. the last thing on earth they need is someone like the president or even bernie sanders the other night saying stop with the emails. stop with the emails? our country's security is at stake here. the point isd
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the people of this country. that's where this administration has failed. they have lost touch with the people of this country. we care about our country. we care about our national security. it's high time the president before he leaves office think before he talks and understand that the people of this country have had it. >> unfortunately he may have thought before he talked. thanks a lot for joining us. steve rogers. coming up next. cheerleaders want to raise awareness for breast cancer by wearing pink uniforms.
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red eye flight from san francisco. last u.s. airways flight before american airlines takes over. it's got a long storied history. and the little pink pill addie, also known as female viagra will hit pharmacy shelves today. wohoo. i don't know. the first fda approved prescription drug to increase female libido helps stimulate brain chemicals associated with with desire. i don't know why the ladies in our control booth are really excited this morning. i don't know what's going on down there. >> we'll have many segments on that to come i have a feeling. steven spielberg at it again based on latest true story. fight for peace taking audiences back to the days of the cold war in bridge of spies. watch. >> we need to have the the conversation our governments can't. people in my country -- you can call it what you want. let's be clear, nobody is safe. >> people already talking academy award for this. this weekend we will hear
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from the film stars on the fox business network would. let's step into the fox light with fox senior v.p. of marketing michael tamara. which looks like a good one. what do you think? >> it's getting a lot of positive oscar buzz and that sort of thing. looks to do really well. the box office this weekend. i had a chance to get a speak peek of the movie and hear during the actors during the war stories marathon on the fox business network. here is a preview. >> i'm on the set cast of the new steven spielburg tom hanks movie bridge of spies. >> we are engaged in a war with soviet union. >> we caught up with steven spielberg. >> everything that goes on today, cyber hacking, that is exactly what was happening in the 1950s and 60's in this cold war. there is so much of that going on now. anybody can be be a spy today. and they often do it. >> everyone deserves a defense. every person matters. >> what do we deserve? do you know how people will look at us? the family of a man trying
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to free a traitor. >> war stores is a great docu series on the fox business network. it's fantastic because it's america's story generation after generation. how this great country was built. check out bridge of spies in theaters now and stay tuned for even more great war stories right here on the fox business network. >> it all starts tonight on fox business at 8:00. as always for all my celebrity interviews in the fox light.com. follow me on twitter and instagram at fox light michael. >> blinded by the fox light i often am. >> there is a picture. [ laughter ] >> the warxd stories marathon runs all weekend on fox business network? >> tonight and tomorrow night, yes. >> starting at? >> starting at 8 will:00 p.m. eastern. >> get your popcorn ready. >> thanks, michael. >> coming up widespread violence and biblical history burning on a palestinian day of rage in israel. president obama still plays both sides. how would a president or how
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would a president mike huckabee react? he we will ask him when he joins us live. >> plus, these cheerleaders just wanted to raise awareness for breast cancer by wearing pink uniforms. they raised their own money to buy them. the school district says they are banned because they are not fair to other teams. joining us live coming up. ♪ true believers ♪ it wasn't easy getting here that day ♪ sometimes you stumbled ♪ though i lost my way ♪ every road block was a chance to flee ñi
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td ameritrade. you got this. ♪ stuck like glue ♪ you and me baby stuck like glue ♪ you and me baby. >> you may not know what you are seeing, the bride and the groom right there. they are inside an elevator. why? >> they were stuck in it. >> their entire wedding part. they are smiling. that's a good sign, right? >> i guess. i don't know. be stuck there with 24 people in an elevator. had to be freed by the fire department. they were stuck. and they were -- they are tweeting i guess at the time or coming out of it. so the groom's tweet said here is the fireñi department rescuing us from the elevator so we could get married, thank you. >> this happened in alexandria, virginia. harry stein the groom. he does not let this rattle him. >> i think this will be a
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fond memory maybe the rest of the night might be a blur. he was definitely going to remember this. >> extra special. imagine how psyched she is though she is spending the rest of her life with thissenma. even under extreme pressure he is unflappable. >> now that we have netflix on our phone you can be stuck in there in hours. >> i just got stuck in an elevator it does matter. it doesn't matter whether you have netflix, it's horrible. >> there is the whole wedding party there. he tweeted this. when we were getting in liz's mom goes gee this is a lot of people i hope we don't get stuck. there wasn't a crash it just stopped. his mother-in-law, i wonder was she in there with them as well. >> i think. so and then the weight limit. >> foretaste of married life your mother-in-law is right there with. >> you were you as unflappable as this guy was. >> i just came back from lunch where i had six glasses of pelligrino. i wanted to get out of the elevator quickly i said he please let me out of the elevator. >> that would freak me out. it really would.
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so some headlines for you right now. a terrifying scene we want to show new houston, texas, after nearly seven stories of scaffolding collapses, injuring at least six construction workers. more than 100 firefighters. they all rushed to the the scene of the rubble, digging through the debris that covered a city block. they were trying to find anyone who may be trapped. officials are still trying to figure out exactly how this happened. 7 a-year-old army veteran saved 16 children from a knife wielding man inside a library. police say that james vernon was leading a chess club meeting for kids 7 to 13 when 19-year-old dustin brown burst into the room vowing to kill everyone. he was slashed in the face but pinned brown down until police arrived. brown was free on bond on child pornography charges and he is now accused of attempted murder. a major update in the fight for faith that we have been following. a high school football coach
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and former marine defying a school's ban praying on the field after his game. joe kennedy says he is going to do what he has always done, his prayer. a parent of a student at the school will join us a little bit later this morning on "fox & friends" at 8:15 to talk a little bit more about it you never know what you are going to get when it comes to online dating. that is true. >> it couldñi be a guy. [ laughter ] >> it's not a guy. all right? i know her. >> it could be like a big giant guy. >> it could be. well, now online dating sites have found a way to expose liars. many forcing members to connect through facebook to create more transparency about their name and age. others having people vote on the users on whether they think that their profile is real or fake. here is' the problem. you can have a fake facebook profile that you link it to. >> i'm against the dating police. i mean, can you can imagine the equivalent in bars? all of a sudden you are trying to pick up a woman in
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the bar and says i would like to see your i.d., please? >> i think this is the internet troll problem. i'm for this. facebook gets a sign in, that way use their way of authorizing the account and makes it real. you have the photo there you can't have a fake name. you have your age. >> there are fake facebook profiles though. >> there are. let's give facebook more power. >> but it's better than the internet trolls out there. the anonymous internet tropicals. >> rough world we live. in how did we ever get to this point? >> you want to have a bad morning, just read the internet trolls that post comments on youtube. >> don't have a bad morning. that's the other option. i wanted to show you this video out of phoenix. we had all of that big storm in california. that storm moved in towards arizona and created a massive dust storm yesterday cutting across phoenix. we had a lot of people without power. and these images were pretty spectacular. don't generally see these this late in the season. so getting one like this is pretty spectacular. you see that guy driving
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straight into that. i have been in these storms and they are treacherous. very, very rough. that storm will continue to plague them today and continue to watch now into the northeast. the first snow of the year or significant snow and really, really cold temperatures. you see the snow he this morning in parts of maine and upstate new york. pennsylvania, great lakes, michigan. that's really the spot where we will see most of the accumulation. maybe 4 to 5 inches around the up. very chilly air settling down across the south and tonight get ready for another cold one. this morning dealing with temps in the 30's for most of you around the great lakes. heather, send it over to you. >> thank you very much. we will take to you tamp parks florida. a cheerleader is at a high school there. they plan to suit up in these pink uniforms this month just like they did last year. and it was, of course, to raise awareness for breast cancer and support victims of the disease. but here's the thing. the school district banned them from doing so. the reason? school officials claim that it was against policy and it wouldn't be fair for the girls to wear pink uniforms
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if the other schools didn't have them, also. alyssa smith and kelly warren are cheerleaders at tampa bay technical high school where they were banned from wearing their pink uniforms. thank you for getting um early with us on this saturday. >> you're welcome. >> so, alisa i want to start with you. you weren't given these uniforms. you actually raised money to get these uniforms yourself, right? what did you do. >> correct. we fund raised. we did car washes. we did krispy kreme doughnuts. >> and, kelly, why did you want to do this? both of you have a personal reason. >> well for us personally both of our aunts have suffered from breast cancer so that they both overcame that and we just wanted to support anybody who has dealt with this situation that we have. >> so you are trying to do a good thing. you did the same thing last year. you raised the money yourselves. what do you think about what the school district has done, alyssa? >> i think it's like
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disappointing because we fund raised the money ourselves and we are wearing these pink uniforms to support people with breast cancer or survivors. not just pink uniforms that we decided to wear just for fun. it has a meaning and a purpose behind it. >> yeah, to raise awareness. and, kelly, the problem is that it's not just other kids at your school, it's other schools. because they don't have the same uniforms that they could go out and raise the money as well, right? >> correct. they could have raised money. they could have had their parents pay for it but they chose not to and we have to suffer for it. >> i do want to bring this up though. this is what the district had to say, a spokesperson because we want to get their side of it. they said we don't want to have the haves and the have notes and we want to make sure that all our students have the same ability to go out on the field, look about the same, and be able to play and have the same means. so what do other2 kids at your school think about this? are they rallying behind you
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>> they think it's ridiculous, too. because other schools can fund raise and wear these pink uniforms. they choose not to. >> other schools can wear the uniforms? >> if they raise the funds to get them and buy them, then they could buy the uniforms. >> enough to i understand. but you also can wear something pink. you are allowed to wear like pink objects, maybe a pink bracelet it's just the entire uniform that you are being told you can't wear. >> correct. >> all right. did anybody say anything to you last year just finely? it's interesting that they -- nothing was said last year but this year they are telling you nah, can't do it anymore. >> yeah. they told us that apparently last year we weren't supposed to do it even though multiple people knew we did. >> how is your team doing this year? that's a final question. how is the football team doing? >> pretty good. >> yeah. doing good.
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>> all right. >> we had had a victory yesterday. >> really? okay. there you go. go team. thank you for joining us. we appreciate it we appreciate you trying to raise awareness for breast cancer. thanks. >> you are welcome. >> good cause. coming up, widespread violence. biblical history burning in israel. president obama still playing both sides. >> the only way that israel is going to be truly secure and the only way that the palestinians going to be able to meet the aspirations of their people are two states living side by side in peace and security. >> how would a president mike huckabee react? we'll ask him when he joins us live up next. and two huge retailers bucking a trend. announcing that they will be closed on thanksgiving. we'll have those details ahead.
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it could've been brenda. got some quick business headlines for you this morning. more retailers are closing early to be homes for the holidays. staples and game stop businesses closed on thanksgiving so their employees can stay home with their families. good for them. the stores will make up for the lost sales on black friday and the rest of the year. general motors meanwhile warning of a brand new ignition switch problem. brand new suvs being over concerns engines can be turned off unexpectedly. smawferl cars blamed on close to 170 deaths. no injuries reported in this new recall. >> well, hasms calls on palestinians to carry out a day of rage against israelis. fire bombs, grenades, gunfire ripping through the
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west bank. >> dozens have been killed in the last two weeks on both sides. president obama calls it, quote: random violence. >> governor mike huckabee travels to israel often. knows country well.ñi the 2016 presidential candidate joins us now. governor, nice to see you this morning. >> good morning. great to be with you today. >> thanks for joining us from boston. governor, i want to play this sound bite from president obama this week and i want to get your reaction to it. let's listen to the president. >> for a time the only way that israel is going to be truly secure and the only way that the palestinians are going to be able to meet the aspirations of their people is if they are two states living side by side in peace and security. >> do you disagree with the president's stance and if so how would you do it differently as president? >> two state solution is no solution at all. what have you is a palestinian government that refuses to acknowledge israel's right to exist and continues to even place in their textbooks for their
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children that jews should die. you can't create a peaceful environment when you raise a generation of people believing the other side shouldn't exist. if you go into the old city and get a palestinian map of the area, you won't find israel on the map because they don't believe it exists so i have heard this from both democrat and republican administrations. we will at some point accept the fact that for israel to have security, it's not about allowing people sworn to their destruction to get closer to them. it's about allowing them to have secure, safe borders and giving them the power to protect themselves in judea, sumaria and the rest of the country. >> i agree with that quickly yet the united states is implicated in all of this. we pay for this. what should the u.s. government under any president be advocating for? >> what they need to be advocating for if there is going to be a palestinian state there t. will be
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somewhere outside the borders of israel. separate government. jerusalem is going to be undivided city. it will not work as a divided city it has to be protected that way. keep in mind there is extraordinary level of effort on the part of the israelis to protect the holy sites not just for the jews but also for the muslims and the christians. let me ask you something. you can name any arab capital in the world in which the muslims are protective of christian sites or jewish sites? just this week -- in fact, yesterday, palestinian extremists burned the tomb of joseph. it's an act of despicable desis he creation for the holy site for the jews in the town of nablis. i have been there many times. this kind of action is just so beyond the pale. >> different factions. >> part of the problem is that the leadership of the
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palestinian authority they don't take the kind of action that is necessary in actually bringing people to justice repeatedly. this uprising is about a lot of innocent civilians in israel being stabbed, including police officers, the one thing i really just cannot stand to see the president do is create some kind of moral equivalency between what the palestinian thugs are doing in stabbing israelis and the israeli police officers protecting themselves and protecting the public. there is not a moral equivalency here. >> and calling it random violence as well. we want to move on to another topic right now, that being the cnbc debate that is ahead agreeing to trump and carson's g.o.p. debate terms. what do you think about that? >> well, let me clarify something. i have been hearing that it was trump and carson who pushed this. actually, it was all the candidates. it wasn't just the two of them. every one of the candidates and their representatives, the candidates weren't but
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their representatives were in a conference call, in fact, several of them. some of them i understand got very heated according to the people on my team who were on them and it there was extraordinary push back number one to keep this at two hours. because the insurvel three hour debate that we went through the last time should never happen again. the gilligan and skipper three hourhe minute -- tour and a the cnn debate was longer than that. it was beyond tolerance. that was one of the provisions. the other was to make sure the candidates had opening and closing statements so at least no matter what the questions were, candidates could make one rational statement about something that mattered to them. and the result was that those concerns were dealt with and the other thing that the campaigns wanted, awful of the campaigns, including some of those who were polling well, is to have some balance of time allocated to the various campaigns. because in the last debate, i'm -- i might as well gone
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out for a sandwich in the last 45 minutes. and almost went over and handed my number and said text me when you think you need me. >> get one of those buzzers. >> like you are waiting at the olive garden. >> you did a great job with the time had you, governor. thanks for doing it. >> interesting you said they all banded together, given what carly fiorina said in her comments about it. >> all right. coming up here on the show, hillary clinton still laughing off that pestering email scandal. see this video? >> quoted: the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn emails. [ laughter ] >> there are a lot of people who are not. >> well. [ laughter ] >> including fbi. >> no, it's not a "saturday night live" sketch. that's real. this bizarre reaction straight ahead. >> she short circuited. you ever feel like you have to have something sweet even though it's a juicy hamburger. send you urgent message. behind those cravings coming up. >> feed me is what it is
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welcome back we all cave certain foods apple cider doughnut i didn't touch it. they could clue you into certain problems with your health. the body could be telling you something much more than just hunger. here with examples is registered dietitian and author of the book the woman's health body clock diet laura. thanks for being here this morning. >> thanks for having me. >> how can we understand our cravings so we don't first of all overeat and what are these cravings telling us? >> our cravings actually work with our body clock. everybody has a 24 hour body clock. so when you have a craving, your body may be saying something is actuallyñr happening. a change in the hormone and
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that may be triggering what you are actually wanting should we go after those cravings if i want a snicker s bar. the other day i wanted a big burger. what should i do instead? >> instead of having the burger, a lot of times people are craving red meat. a lot of times what you actually need would be iron, protein and vitamin b 12. so here, what i'm suggesting is have some air popped popcorn. almonds, okay. and something called nutritional yeast. this is something that vegans can use, people that don't eat meat, they can use this to get their b 12 you can typically only get b 12 through animal sources. >> i have a big problem with the salt. i love salt. a bag of chips around late at night look out, america. because i'm going to tear through that bag. what can we do to fight the salt cravings late at night. >> blood pressure is decreasing at night in order to prepare to you fall asleep. so when your blood pressure
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is decreasing, you may be craving salt. the three options are here are mushrooms, walnuts and a low sodium toe made toe soup that actually has something called glutamate. tastes just like salt but will not raise blood pressure and sodium intake for the day. >> tricking your brain. >> tricks your taste buds. >> i like that. what about the 3:00 in the afternoon post school come home, you feel like you are in that slump and you want a snack. >> everybody at ':00 or 4:00 feels this will he that are guy. the best thing you can do is to get outside, get fresh air. and then have a light snack of carb and protein. humus and an apple or greek yogurt with cookies. time of day. body clock. how you can counter it without adding on extra food. >> what about a 10:00 a.m. when you want to stop by the vending machine and get that doughnut that's been sitting
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in there for five months. how do you fight the sugar cravings. >> typically a lot of people doughnut or bagel. >> that's the worst way to start the morning. >> a lot of americans i think start that way. but then they suddenly get to the office and they feel starving and tired. better what to do would be to have something like toast, whole wheat toast with peanut butter and cinnamon. this combination will actually regulate the blood sugar and cinnamon helps you with glycemic control. that means your blood sugar wouldn't go up as high. >> thank you, laura. i appreciate it. good tips this morning. >> thank you. >> now i'm not going to be hungry. captain america has a brand new villain. conservatives trying it stop illegal immigration. plus a whole new captain america. outrageous comic book released next hour. they may be not be old enough to vote. they are still feeling the burn. this may be the creepiest thing you have seen this
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good morning to you. it is saturday, october 17th, i'm heather childers in for anna kooiman. a war of words between donald trump and jeb bush. who was to blame for 9/11. what was said. we have that back and forth. hillary clinton still laughing off that pesky email scandal. watch. this bernie sanders said that, quote: the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn emails. [ laughter ] >> there are a lot of people who are not. >> well. [ laughter ] >> including fbi officials. >> [ laughter ] >> ha ha ha ha ha. the twilight zone continues. more on bizarre reaction coming up.ñr oh, stop. >> and talk about good
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detective work. this sketch by an 11-year-old is all they had to go on and somehow police got their man. how one young girl caught the criminal is that a goatee? that's the give away. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ a little homegrown honey, hope, honey. ♪ your so money, money, money. >> our friends from dabios restaurant. fantastic restaurant. there is the chef there. he is cooking with apples this morning. forget apple pies. every house has like a huge basket of apples right now they don't know what to do with. how to deal with all the delicious apples. >> most involving chocolate. stay tuned for that. >> and caramel is good with apples, too. >> look at your headlines though. we begin with a fox news alert. violence in israel intensity
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overnight. three palestinians stabbed israelis in separate attacks in jerusalem and the west bank. all three attackers were killed. earlier on "fox & friends," republican presidential candidate mike huckabee said that a two state solution is not the answer. what have a palestinian government that refuses to acknowledge israel's right to exist. for israel to have security, it's not about allowing people sworn to their destruction to get closer to them. it's about allowing them to have secure, safe borders. >> this morning's attacks come one day after palestinians torched joseph's tomb, a jewish holy site. a former nba star lamar odom showing signs of improvement after four days of being unconscious after being found at a brothel. communicating even giving a thumbs up. officials though are still investigating odom's
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$75,000.03-day visit to that brothel. overnight a scare in the sky as a southwest airline plane is forced to return to denver minutes after takeoff when the smell of smoke filled the cabin. well, the declared emergency and plane landed safely with no signs of fire. plane taken out of service and passengers boarded new plane for flight to seattle. talk about some good detective work. look at this. 11-year-old stick figureñr helps nab a serial burglar. rebecca depetro from kentucky and had her house burglarized several months ago. she made this drawing if police asked if she had seen anyone suspicious. the sketch led to this man bruno who has now confessed to 10 burglaries. she is being honored for helping police. >> it's the goatee. >> actually looked like. amazing. >> it's the three tiered. almost like the prongs of a -- what do you call.
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>> trident. >> aqua man. to extreme weather now. money nightmare in california, crews still working to get cars out of a feet of mud after torrential mud slides caused chaos on interstate 5. help. >> three inches of rain in 30 minutes but amazingly, nobody was killed in the horrible rush of debris. the highway now partly open. >> rick rick mouth is tracking what's ahead. those folks definitely want to dry out, rick. >> not going to. rain in the area at least for the next four to five days. the majority shifting a little farther towards the east so i will show you that in a second. take a look at the map what's going on. temperaturewise. first real cold air mass of the season settling in across the great lakes. even across parts of the southeast. 45 as you are waking up in atlanta. that is chilly. 30 in minneapolis.
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35 in chicago. cold morning out there. along with that cold air we are also looking it the the threat for a little bit of snow. take a look at tonight's temperatures. going to be very, very cold one. most areas in the 30's all the way down in towards parts of the south. 3 is 1 in charleston, west virginia. we have another cold air. cold one in store. we have all kinds of freeze advisories in effect. frost warnings all the way down towards areas of the deep south. alabama, in towards tennessee. and then expect tonight to see freezing conditions across areas interior towards the northeast. that's where we have the snow following this morning. and finally out across the west. more rain across parts of the southwest. and in towards the northwest, we need that especially. send it back to you inside. >> back to you, rick. >> another major spat between two rival republican presidential candidates. one the frontrunner, the other not. >> jeb bush calling trump pathetic after trump suggested that george w. bush deserves some blame for 9/11. and this morning trump is firing back again. >> he joins now live from
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washington, d.c. with more on this battle. garrett, good morning. >> heather, clayton, andxd tucker. good morning. the battle continues between donald trump and jeb bush. and as we saw in the first debate, the republican frontrunner hasn't shied away from criticizing jeb's brother former president george w. bush. trump took that criticism to another level yesterday during an interview with bloomberg when he was asked about his softer side. a side that americans saw from president george bush after 9/11 and from president obama after the sandy hook shootings. trump said he has a bigger heart and is more competent ush for theen and then went 9/11 attach. >> say what you want, the world trade center came down during his time. >> hold on, you can't blame george bush for that. >> he was president, okay? don't blame him or don't blame him but he was president. theñi world trade center came down during his reign.ízlzi÷ >> jeb bushá&o÷ñ shot back at trump via twitter how
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pathetic for donald trump to criticize the president for 9/11. we were attacked and my brother kept us safe. last night at a campaign rally in massachusetts, trump ignored repeated questions from reporters about his earlier comments. but he did take to twitter later on in the night. doubling down on his statements saying at the debated you said your brother kept us safe. i wanted to be nice and did not mention the world trade center coming down during his watch on 9/11. trump then went after bush saying, no, jeb bush, you are pathetic for saying nothing happened during your brother's term when the world trade center was attacked and came down. with the republican -- next republican debate less than two weeks away, we are sure to hear a lot more about this from both men. >> garrett teny, thanks a million. >> i'm sure in an hour we will hear more. >> i don't blame bush for 9/11 obviously. if jeb bush comes out and says my brother kept us safe and he says what about 9/11? that seems like legitimate
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response to me. >> thousands of people were killed on that day. that's up for the voters to decide this morning. they can also decide about hillary clinton. on the very same day that huma abedin clinton's aide testified in the benghazi hearing what emails she knew about. where were they traveling? hillary clinton was asked by jake tapper about the email scandal and bernie sanders coming to her defense. listen to this exchange and see if you think it is bizarre or not. >> bernie sanders quote the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn emails. [ laughter ] >> there are a lot of people who are not. >> [ laughter ] >> including fbi officials. [ laughter ] >> why wouldn't you anticipate that something classified, whether about north korea or iran or drones or informant for the cia that it wouldn't be emailed to you? >> nothing that i was sent or that i sent was marked classified. >> inspector general of the intelligence community said ed that some of the stuff contained classified information when it was
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generated, whether or not it was marked classified. >> well with, that is just a very strong difference of opinion. the state department does not agree with that. >> hillary clinton's aides said later that apparently a microchip malfunctioned in her neck causing that cackle can. jake look terrified. wouldn't you be? >> if you are in a serious interview asking her about this bernie sanders laughed it off during the debate. a lot of people in the fbi seriously concerned about this when they are investigating looking up at interview subject and she is laughing. >> people go to jail classifying classified information to a sun reporter. he is in jail. >> they can say everyone wants to move on there are americans that who are concerned. basically laughing in their faces a well. >> also, look, when the president comes out and says there is nothing to see here, this investigation has found that there is no threats to national security. before the investigation has even concluded, before the facts have even been
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gathered that is an attempt as the "new york times" said to influence, apply political pressure on to investigation. that is scary. >> that's what the president has a long track record of doing which is coming out before we know all the facts in these situations. though steve rogers a former member of the joint terrorism task force was an our show earlier this morning. here was his response to that. >> when we investigate crimes or investigate incidents like this. what we don't need and in this case the president of the united states making statements that seem to be or at least appear to be wanting to sway the investigation. look, how does he know? how does he absolutely know that national was not compromis? he does not know. he has to allow the fbi to do their job independently. we care about our national security, it's high time the president before he leaves office, think before he talks and understand that the people of this country have had it. >> we have had it with that. let's talk about halloween this morning. >> this is scary. >> whether you have a newborn you struggle what kind of ridiculous outfit. >> how do you humiliate your
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newborn is the question. >> we did yoda for our kid can. a lot of parents these days are turning to bernie sanders on how can they make their child look as outrageous as possible. this has been going viral. babies for bernie #has been tearing up. >> look at that. >> they are already balled. you are working with a clean poll let here. >> babies grow up and become adults and they will see these pictures and at that point they will will say i hate you. and they will say that to their therapist for many years. >> imagine the effect. >> or say parents, had you a great sense of humor. i was raised in hilarious household. there you go. she has some hair. putting on. >> introducing them to politics at a young age. >> yeah. they are all pledging allegiance to fidel castro and calling for incomes. send us your kids dressed as candidates. >> do you dress your child up as an elderly communist. if you do we want to see it.
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>> president obama hesitates to label muslim terrorists islamic extremists but so-called right wing extremism is such a problem. setting up a task force to fight it that's america's real problem conservatives. former doj official has the inside coop on that next. >> incredible moment under the friday night lights. meet the football player who stoched the entire game to honor some of america's heroes. that story is ahead. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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ask your doctor about the proven full 24-hour blood sugar control of toujeo®. good morning to you, welcome back to "fox & friends." department of justice shifting its focus from international terror to homegrownñr extremists after a
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report by the new americañr foundation. that's what they are called. they claim that more measures have been claimed by domestic attackers than by those inspired by i i jihad. the obama administration is creating a new position it says will help combat the threat here at home. the threat from conservatives is this another way for the government to use justice department for political ends. here is jay christian adams. good to see you this morning. >> good morning, tucker. >> why shouldn't this make me as ideological conservative who believes in the second amendment pretty uncomfortable? >> in a fair and decent administration, this would be good news, the focus on domestic terror. but, remember, this is a president who campaigned on punishing enemies and rewarding friends that's what he told a i don't,. know any vision audience. the people who work in this administration and justice department that have been hired by this administration they don't view domestic terror like the rest of america does. they view it as people who own guns, as the tea party,
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as, you know, they go after people like james rosen at fox news. they don't view the problem where really is which is militant islam. they can't even say it after fort hood happened, they don't even consider that domestic terror. when many people were killed in texas. so they have a blind spot to the real problem. >> that is the problem, because the information is coming in to this country without americans even needing to leave and go over there. i mean, the extremists are here in the form of the internet and recruiting these people to do these acts of violence. >> well, that's right. and it's not somebody who came back from three tours of duty like this administration's department of homeland security put everyone on the watch for. it's people on the internet listening to the radicals in the middle east who share an ideology with them, who are looking to shoot people, kill people, and bomb people. that's where the domestic terror problem is. but this president cannot
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articulate that. he doesn't think like most americans about this issue. he thinks like this small can cabal which will be increased at the justice department in size who have a totally different world view from mainstream america. that's what's so dangerous when the problems here now they approach it the wrong way. >> so many leading democrats have said recently they just would like to disarm the american population. hillary clinton said that yesterday. why would this kind of panel not be used as a pretext for doing that? >> well, i think it exactly will be, tucker. these people in this administration -- i used to work with some of them. they would tell you that they were more concerned about the rise of the right wing, you know, the people with uniforms, marching through the streets. they thought that was a real threat. they really did. they didn't see islam as the greater threat. they saw domestic gun owners, patriots, tea party groupings. and we have seen the policy play out. tea party groups have been targeted. this isn't fantasy.
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this is what his irs has done. and his justice department has already done. >> and in terms of the -- what can happen after someone is charged with these type of crimes, does it matter specifically if it is labeled domestic terrorism versus international? >> yeah. there is a domestic terrorism statute that is separate from sort of the more familiar international, you know, acts of mass destruction statutes. and so when you attempt to do things, and some people already haven't been charged. i mean, you can be sure that people will get a pass if they come from a certain political view. they will get charged with the lesser stuff. you should have been playing with fireworks on a state level. when it comes to the political opponents of this administration, they always get the full force of the law. >> wow. jay christian adams, talking to you always makes me feel a little paranoid. that's probably a good thing. sounds justified. thanks for coming on this
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morning. >> all right, tucker, take care. >> coming up, a video is terrifying. a woman going out for a jog followed by a creepy man all the way to her front door. what happened next? you won't believe. >> does this sound familiar in your home? [screams] >> get out of my room. [screams] >> where's my door? >> privacy is a privilege, anna. >> never in your house, right? >> not one time. up next, we have got a guide to help get parents through that murky, messy place called middle school. that's next. excellent looking below the surface, researching a hunch... and making a decision
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all right parents, do you recognize these noises? >> get out of my room! ♪ screams] >> mom, did you see what happened to my -- >> i spoke to your principal. >> what? >> just now on the phone. >> where is my door? >> privacy is a privilege, anna. >> face off. well, our next guest says that he has all the secrets, all of them that can help you and your kids get through those tough teenage years. >> joining us now is "new york times" best selling author of the brand new book planet middle school dr. kevin lehman. nice to see you, doc. welcome back to theope there ars in here for parents to survive that chaos. kids in the teenage years get hateful. they don't want to be around the parents. >> no they don't but yet
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they need us. if you like the idea of double root canals, bungee jumping and white water rafting you will love the middle school years. >> it's tough. >> they are learning their way. they have their hormones going up and down and all that kind of stuff we all went through it. >> you have to understand what it's like today. it's rough out there with the sexting, texting and young women are much more vicious by the way than young men are on the internet. >> of course. >> they talk, share. they are just so different. >> i have had four kids go through middle school and the thing that sticks in my mind is the most intouriating of all is phone use. is the use of technology. kids are spaced out and totally absorbed in this stuff how do you respond to that. >> call it the newxd goliath. i'm one of those guys that you think you should delay giving kids a cell phone. i saw a kid on sixth avenue yesterday in a stroller with an iphone. >> the thing is the parents give them those just to distract them and keep them busy. that's one of your tips. that's actually one of the things that you say
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understanding your child's world. >> they are up against this. but again where is the respite for a kid? it ought to be their home. what do we do with kids? we pummel them with questions. >> that's true. >> us husbands and kids in middle school have similarities. we don't like questions and we hate the why word. what do parents overused why word and ask kids question. when you say you to a kid that's interesting. tell me more about it or honey i'm interested in your opinion what are you saying to the kid? i care about how you feel. these parents are either going to shut you out or include you in their life. so, you need to be be able to respond rather than react to kids. how do you respond to their emotional swing? >> well, kids got music, number one, blaring, you know, walk down the hallway and say honey, can you turn that up? >> you can turn it up? >> yeah. talk about what that group is. when a kid says something absolutely stupid. this goes wives to husbands as well, ookay? when your husband says something really stupid, or your kid says something
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really stupid, look at them and go wow, interesting. you can be thinking you are an idiot just don't say it. >> i don't have the self-control for that type of parenting. that requires steely self-control. >> it does because these are kids. what they are getting into today in sixth, seventh and eighth grade you don't want to know. the sexual things that kids are into. the pornography. and, again, that little goliath that you put in that kid's hand early goes down a lot of allis. >> i'm looking forward to middle school, doc. >> the book is a planet middle school. i'm going to read this five times. >> number one shooting to the top of the charts on amazon. >> it is number one already. >> great advice. everybody really needs that they really do. >> up next, captain america a brand new vale alan, -- villain. conservatives trying to stop illegal immigration. what the comic book says next. >> have you gone apple picking. what the heck do you do with all of them. creative and delicious solutions next.
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>> that's a lot of apples. first let's check in with eric bolling for a look what's coming up on "cashin' in." >> here is what is coming up on "cashin' in" at is 11:30. most democratic presidential candidates answering black lives matter over all lives matter is that a good message from a potential presidential of all americans? plus, donald trump saying he should get secret service protection and that was before this violence at one of his rallies. >> fact
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readership of comic books has been declining for years. marvel try tag new pr stunt with captain america lately of course they switched out steve rogers as captain america sam wilson the first african-american captain america will take over they are fighting an interesting villain this time around in captain america. conservatives is the new enemy if captain america. >> not even conservatives. just people who have misgivings will illegal immigration. that's not a legitimate point of view. it's bigotry and captain america will crush it here is a quote from the first comic book in the series. attention all trespassers i'm the supreme serpent by invading the sovereign land you defy the laws of god, nature and the united states constitution. therefore i you hereby apprehend you by the
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aforementioned god et cetera, et cetera. in other words, this is the ludicrous conservative caricature against whom captain america is taking a valiant stand. >> and then you have the response. this also is the quote, response from the immigrants saying that he doesn't want any trouble and then here is how he responds to him saying oh, i believe you, sir. i can see you have enough trouble with you already. trouble and disease and crime weigh heavy on your backs. >> some are saying this is like a response torcuz trump line about rapists and disease. >> clearly it is. >> this is why trump exists, actually. this is the view of everybody in charge in this country pretty much deutsche a moral obligation to pay for the resettlement of everyone in the world who wants to come here. if you complain at all you are a racist and can you shut up people hate that so they support trump. >> well, the pr stunt. that's what you i think. friends@foxnews.com. what do you think about this i should mention actually to be totally nerdy and.
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the first captain marker was isaiah -- i want to make sure i correct the record. >> it is working though he because we are talking about it playing right into it take a look at your headlines though right now. a 14-year-old girl is lucky to be alive. surviving a small plane crash that unfortunately killed her father. the twows$áqpáer plane went down at nun news area of eastern idaho thursday. the young girl called 911 just moments before the crash somehow she managed to crawl from the wreckage with minor injuries and now recovering at home in oklahoma. the cause being investigated. chilling surveillance video from texas showing a man following a jogger right to her front door. now, this is fatima, she is running home from a jog. she noticed someone in a silver van was tailing her, trying to get her attention. the brazen man then parks his car two doors down and walks up and rings her doorbell. >> as i open it i give him an ugly look and he says is
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there a robert here? i says there is no damn robert here. i want to make sure that he doesn't do whatever his intentions were, that those intentions are not carried out on to someone else. >> well with, unbelievably the man just walked away. if a team that says she will not let him get away the next time. a high school football player going viral for taking an extra moment to thank veterans who served in world war ii and the korean war. seven vets were honored guests at the parkway high school game in louisiana before the start of the second half chase hill broke away from his teammates to shake these heroes hands and thank them for their service and those are a look at your head lines you can believe this? rick reichmuth is tracking snow right now. where is the snow happening? >> happening. we got folks here from louisville, kentucky and say it's cold. >> it's chilly. it's chilly out here this morning. socially we have snow. we have pictures coming out of the up of michigan. sent in at cathyson on
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twitter. they actually have some snow that's sticking this morning across the area. in fact, might see three or four inches across parts of the up by the time this is done. not the only place we have snow though. we have snow all across areas around the great lakes this morning in towards parts of maine. tonight get ready for chilly temperatures tonight. 31 in buffalo. 29 in columbus, ohio. 31 in charleston, west virginia. 38 in d.c. 34 in boston. you get the idea the cold is there. you see that little white on the map. that's where we will be seeing a little bit of snow today and very chilly day and breezy. feel colder than it actually is is down towards the southeast, we have got a very sunny day. it's going to be chilly across parts of the far southeast. but the southern plains warm. sunshine, breezy. nyeste day. out across the west still dealing with more of those storms across parts of the four corners. it's chilly.
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it is apple season. october is national apple month. who knew? what a better way to favorites than delicious recipes. >> i love apples this time of year. >> here with some that you are going to want to try both savory and sweet is chef and owner of the restaurant. >> thanks for having me. >> clayton said this morning everybody has a huge basket of apples. >> these came from the farms, i know you love boston. you can't. >> we have beautiful butter nut squash we made at the restaurant. >> how do you make brown butter? >> all you do is takes about 2 ominutes. future on real low heat and cook it for 20 minutes and caramelizes and that's it. very, very simple to make. just going to take your time with it i took these apples and i already browned them. this is how they started and this is how they are now. >> you brown them in this. >> i browned them in the
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butter. >> put them right in there. people rarely think of doing something like that. >> fresh sage parsley. that's it. is a at a it together. >> it smells great. >> scared me. >> you are easy to scare. >> any kind of apple will work. >> we use actually apple crisp. these are nice apples from did you make this or can you buy this already? >> you can buy -- we make them at the restaurant. i'm going to plate this over here. we will put this right in here. >> go ahead. we put a little fresh parmesan on there and toss it with a little balsamic. >> that's great. >> all the dabios serve these. >> here we have apple butter nut squash soup roast it
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with brown sugar. spring rolls. 4,000 stores around the country selling spring rolls. this is our spring rolls. >> main dish or appetizer or whole meal. >> apples is the time of year to have apples. look at all these apples we brought. can you take some home with you. >> i will. i love apples. >> lots of things can i do with it. one of the great restaurants around the country. >> new york. up the street a couple blocks from here also in boston your favorite city and atlanta and philadelphia. we are all over the place. >> i will go for that. >> thank you very much. >> thanks for having us. appreciate it. >> an apple a day keeps the doctor away. clayton and tucker, what's up? >> looks delicious. >> how much do you know about your government? >> you can name the three branches of government? >> federal. [ buzzer ] >> arthur aidala's whiz kid nephew takes to the street to test people ahead.
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two library books to the portland state library after checking them out back in 1963. the books areçó outdated but at least they are in a home right, tucker? really steep fine. >> thanks a lot. halloween just around the corner. pc police are arming themselves with new standards you had nothing to do with for keeping your costume as unoffensive as possible. joining us now with some advice on costumes. fox news contributor national review reporter our friend cat, good to he see you this morning. >> great to he see you, too. there are costumes i'm not allowed to wear. >> um-huh. >> i'm glad you are here to tell me what they are because i wouldn't want to get in trouble. >> make suggestion for costumes you should ware too. it wasn't all negative. >> one of the super naughty costumes according to the obama people. >> anything that is cowboys and indians, native americans, anything that culture different than yours
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dread locks and anyone mentally ill. what about like a serial killer costumerk+ju murder. i'm sure the screen dude mentally ill. >=r homeless costumes are out? >> i was poke hahn tus pocahontas when i was 7 years old. if those surface i can't run for president anymore. >> imprisoned person costumes. >> that's what we're calling convicts? persons of imprisonment? >> persons of imprisonment. so i guess orange is the new black is out. pretty much anything is out. you can basically go as yourself or an inanimate object as well as that inanimate object is not in a culture outside of your own. >> that's exactly right, the idea is you can't appropriate the culture so which you don't belong. >> any culture at tall. >> no ho makes these rules? feels like they are made in a small room. >> that's where the internet people live under ground a lot of people don't have time to bother themselves with these kind ofxd things.
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you are a hero if you can think of something to be offended with at this point. >> rules are concocted without any input from the public at all. if you violate them you get fired or mocked. >> shame something effective. nobody wants to be called a racist. >> what if everybody just disobeyed the rules at once. a national day of business obedience where all of us decide to ignore the new rules. >> wear a some barrow. >> we will get the flip side here. here are the costumes that have been approved by this council of elders we have never met before. these are the ones you are allowed to wear. hamburger buns on your butt. >> that is a feminist costume because it's protesting the way that hamburger. >> makes your butt bigs. >> company objectify ads. i wouldn't want any on my house. leaving crumbs anywhere. did they not think about the low jit stick problems with this costume it's idiotic enough. velcro to stick. >> what about music crow
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aggressions. >> tape actual microaggressions. words of mini insults to your body and that way someone will be like hey what are you doing and you get to silt there and start a conversation with them about social justice. what kind of party these people are trying to go to. if i threw a party and someone there walking around telling all my guests they were racist, i would say you have got to go. >> who put self-serious pompous ignorant children in charge of everything. >> exactly. >> when did that happen? >> i don't know. it's been happening more and more i think with the internet and with social media people can just say oh, this is offensive. and everyone sees it and oh it is, it is. i better not do that. i better not do that and it's just turned into a thing where i would be scared to dress up for halloween. anywhere near a camera. >> we will start not on today's show but a future show this country's day of disobedience. >> nice. where you get to ignore all rules. in the meantime it's great to he so you. >> great to see you always. >> thank you. be sure to read catherine's article on this topic and national review.com. i bet you did already. you should.
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coming up next, lamar odom waking up after passing out in a brothel. is he okay? key make a full recovery? we will have the scoop in the next hour. how much do you know about your government? >> who is this person? >> i have absolutely no idea. >> come on. take a guess. >> isn't he an actor? >> well, he is sort of an actor. he is also the vice president of the united states. arthur idol laps whiz kid nephew. our favorite aidala takes to the streets to test americans coming up next. if a denture were to be
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well, you may think that fox news legal analyst he is right there, you all know him and love him arthur aidala, well he knows it all, we know that, but when it comes to the constitution his 11-year-old nephew nicklaus takes the case. >> we sent nicklaus out to the streets of new york city to put other young people to the test. >> joining us now is fox news kid contributor nicholas bambina and his mom lori. our favorite aidala. >> it's nice i'm finally on the couch with the wonderful family. i'm the aidala with the hair. >> you have been here some times i don't know if you have ever been on the couch. >> thank you very much. >> you went out to test how our democracy is actually working. you asked to know what they know about our government. are you impressed? >> no. >> you can say roll the tape? >> roll the tape.
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>> hi, i'm asking questions about the constitution. do you mind answering some? you can name the three branches of government? >> federal. [ buzzer ] journal, legislative, and it's with an s, right? >> what are the three branches of government? >> executive, judicial, and legislative. >> yeah. >> boom. [bell] >> got it. >> who is this person? >> >> i have absolutely no idea. >> come on, take a guess. >> you must be leslie nelson, welcome. [ laughter ] >> you are my name just came out of your mouth. >> no.
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>> is that joe biden? >> yeah. >> it's joe biden. >> how many justices are there on the supreme court? >> >> something is telling me 12. [ buzzer ] >> i have no idea. >> 9. who is this guy? >> i have no idea. >> google can't help you. >> i'm not googling. i'm on snap chat by the way. >> whatever. >> wow. i don't know. >> john roberts. >> how many women are there on the u.s. supreme court? >> oh, no. women? two. [ buzzer ] >> out of nine? is it three? >>ç(vqp$. >> okay. >> you can name them? >> sonia sotomayor. >> ruth bader ginsburg. >> he lena kagan. >> what is the bill of rights? >> >> that's like -- i don't
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know how to describe it. >> it's just a democracy that some great men handed down to the human race,s that all. >> what is the bill of rights? >> the first ten amendments to the constitution? >> yes. >> how old are you? >> i'm 11. >> wow. you know more than me, that's pretty impressive. >> very impressive. >> we should out you were basically on the campus of new york university where did you this. it's not like this is at coney island or something. >> that surprise you these folks didn't know the fact? >> yes. a lot of them they surprised me because after a mom came up after and her -- very upset because she didn't know the answer and that's what they were studying right now the u.s. government and how it works and stuff like that. >> so what did you find the most interesting about this whole experience, nicholas? >> i mean i found interesting what i find
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interesting is i found that people don't know how their government even works. people were born and educated in the u.s. they don't even know how their system of government works. >> that is sad. are you going to grow up to be a famous lawyer like your uncle or grandfather. >> i don't know it's in his veins. the blood is running through. >> i feel in many years from now when i get in tax trouble i will be calling you. >> let's hope. >> i hope you will give me a big discount, will you? >> yeah. >> good. he will need it. nicholas, thanks so much, lori. >> thank you for the wonderful experience. >> thank you. >> watch out, new york. nicklaus is coming from you. remember the name. >> coming up here on the show high school football coach made national headlines for defying his school district to pray with his players after the game. last night he did it it a parent who was there joins us live next hour. >> and what happens when the entire wedding party gets stuck in an elevator?
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nothing like a good, quick meal to bring two people together. campbell's skillet sauces. ready in under 20 minutes. campbell's. made for real, real life. good morning, it is saturday, october 17th. i'm heather childers in for anna kooiman. thanks for being with us. sparking a war of words. donald trump goes on the attack saying that george w. bush is partly to blame for 9/11. the comments causing yet another campaign controversy. this morning the bush family fires back and we are reading your emails. >> and overnight, former nba and reality show star lamar odom out of a coma, making a recovery after overdosing at a brothel in nevada. we will tell you what he said to his estranged wife whose name we won't mention when he woke up. straight ahead. >> and a high school football coach vowed to defy an order banning him from praying on the field. and last night, he made good
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on that promise and he wasn't alone. one of his biggest supporters joins us live this hour. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ do you believe in ♪ in a young girl's heart ♪ how the music. >> do you believe in magic in a young girl's heart? >> if you could see our cameraman dancing right now they are good. they have the moves. unfortunately they have the camera so you can't see them. >> if you try to call them to come out in front of the cameras they yell at you. >> oh. >> heather childers in this morning. >> good to be here. i haven't been here in a while. >> are you having fun. >> of course sitting next to you two. >> not annoying you yet?ñi >> there is another hour. >> i was warned. >> we want to bring you the latest from the political world this morning. another spat between jeb bush and donald trump it all started during the second republican debate when they
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got into a tussle over othe record of george's brother george w. bush jeb responded make america safe. it didn't end there. shared it with bloomberg's stefanie raoul. >> i think i have a bigger heart than all of them. i think i'm much more competent than all of them. when you talk about george bush. say what you want the world trade center came down during his time. >> hold on. you can't blame george bush for that. >> he was president, okay? don't blame him or don't blame him but he was president. the world trade center came down during his reign. if you look at sandy hook, those people are still begging for help. >> i want to say here though, it is a fact, you know, if you just stuck with that part of it, it is a fact it did happen during his tenure of president. >> does the buck stop here on your desk? as harry truman had on his desk that you are responsible for your country during your reign. obviously bin laden attacked the united states during
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bill clinton's reign,that's also on his watch during that time. jeb bush though fired back. he was not happy about it and he took to twitter to say this. how pathetic for donald trump to criticize the president for 9/11. we were attacked and my brother kept us safe. >> but, you know, donald trump has not been a fan toward george wu bush he said it this way. world trade center came down during watch during 9/11. you were pathetic for not saying nothing happened during your brother's watch. like it or not the world trade center came down. our country needs more spirit than can you provide make america great again. the other candidates responding to him. >> taking to headlines, we ask you to respond this morning. many of you poured your emails. in steve wrote us this morning yes, 9/11 was under bush 43rd's watch he wasn't responsible. it was the years of lack of
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oversighted. so sort of passing the buck backwards there. >> daniel writes i didn't hear him blame president bush for 9/11. he just said it happened during his time which strictly speaking is true. he didn't blame him for it he just said it happened. >> rebecca on facebook said what a despicable man this is using the tragedy of 9/11 to further his own agenda donald trump shame on. >> you and lon writes an email to us this morning trump is shooting from the hip. his remarks have made him the frontrunner. >> he are the frontrunner it is true. >> it's against every prediction of everyone i know who has been predicting his destruction. it may come. think about his immigration comments. people are saying this is going to end his candidacy. it didn't. he went up in the polls. >> think about his comments about john mccain during that. didn't. went up in the polls among veterans and this now. >> what's interesting is he makes these comments, immigration, then everyone -- well, we had been talking about immigration before it comes to the forefront. talks about china, made comments about that everyone is talking about china. so, he tends to leave lead
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the discussion. >> he is definitely calling the tune. >> meanwhile the race for the white house kicking into high gear today in one key state. >> republican contenders ted cruz and rand paul, senators both holding dueling rallies in new hampshire. good morning, hillary. >> good morning. that's right. senators ted cruz and rand paul are back in new hampshire today hosting dueling rallies a mile apart. cruz will rallies supporters here at the fairgrounds. rand paul will attend a house party just a few minutes down the road from here. now, both candidates were in the granite state last weekend duking it out at the republican liberty caucus convention. take a listen. >> we had over 900 people show up. and it was a very hotly you contested straw poll which rand paul won but ted cruz came n a close second. certainly they are battling it out for the hard core liberty and conservative voter.
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>> >> also happening on the ground here, a grass roots presidential selection caucus. expected2wz draw over 500 liberty leaning voters today. ted cruz will be on the stump at the caucus. i spoke to rand paul's campaign who said the senator will not be attending. citing concerns that the event is a caucus. and not a traditional straw poll. back to you guys. >> very scene nic shot there beautiful. >> >> thank you. >> violence in israel increasing. three palestinians stabbed israelis in separate attacks in jerusalem and the west bank. all three attackers were killed can. earlier on "fox & friends," republican presidential candidate mike huckabee said that a two-state solution is not the answer. >> what you have are is a palestinian government that refuses to acknowledge israel's right to exist for israel to have security, it's not about allowing people sworn to their destruction to get closer to
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them. have secure, safe borders. >> well, this morning's attacks come one day after palestinians torched joseph's tomb, a jewish holy site. to extreme weather now. a muddy nightmare in california. crews still working to try and get these cars out of five feet of mud after torrential mud slides brought traffic to a stand still. this was on interstate five. >> >> i can -- -- 9 is -- 911. >> no one was killed. minor injuries. the highway is now partially opened but more thunderstorms are on the way. we will talk with rick rick mouth about that in just a little bit. so will he or won't he? vice president joe biden expected to announce in the coming days, whether he will make a run for the white house. we keep hearing. this but president obama avoiding questions as to whether theñi vp has his
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support. >> i will have a vote like everybody else as a citizen and that ballot is private and i don't have to share my views about that right now because i think it's important for the american people to make up their own decision. >> well, people close to biden say at this point they still expect him to enter the race. and the royals are now three wins away from the world series. kansas city rolling to a 5 a5-0 victory last night over the blue jays in game one of the american championship series. the royals never allowed a runner past second base in six innings. national league city field is all set for game one of the nlcs between the mets and cubs. chicago is looking for first world series triumph in more than 100 years. >> and, rick. >> that would be awesome. >> you sold me on it. >> and, rick, it's back to theç"future time. back to the futureñiç?$rá 2 marty mcfly shows up in the future in october of
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2015. >> where the cubs win. >> cubs win. he sees it. >> that was in the movie. >> like knows knows -- >> how are we looking in the weather department. >> chilly out there. really the first cold, cold air mass in the season settling in across parts of the great lakes. the northern plains and in towards the northeast that means if you have plants out there that you maybe would continue to grow you need to protect them. the end to growing season for some and tonight is going to be the coldest one across the eastern seaboard so a lot of the big cities, boston down towards philadelphia and washington, d.c. looking at temperatures flirting with that freezing mark. it's also bringing some snow along with it seeing some snow right now across interior sections of the northeast up towards maine, ups!ate new york and parts ofq michigan. that's going to be with us throughout the day today. down toward the southeast a pretty nice day. a couple other stories i want to talk about. see this here. storms down across the yucatan peninsula of mexico. could be watching some sort
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of tropical development in the gulf the next few days. continue to talk about that and monitor it. hurricane season still going on and looking at activity there. out across the west still dealing with more rain showers. slow moving rain system brought flooding rain across southern california. now seeing that across southern arizona and watch it across southern utah and nevada where he we could be looking at more flooding and some of those storms there. really rough situation. >> thank you. >> you bet. >> how about this story and what could be a met for for this guy's future marriage. >> oh, come on. >> he was trapped in the elevator the entire wedding party trapped in the elevator prior to the ceremony. is this on -- ominous? i don't know. >> they did eventually get out then so it could be good. >> it didn't even occur to me that is trapped in a steel box you can't get out. >> here is what the groom had to say about it his name is harry. and he said here is the fire department rescuing us from the elevator so we could get
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married. thanks. >> and then harry stein says -- he says this about his mom earlier in the evening as they were getting into the elevator. says when we were getting in liz's mom goes gee, this is a lot of people, 28 people getting in the elevator i hope we don't get stuck it. it wasn't really a crash it just stopped. >> i was looking at it from the sunnier side that here's a groom on his wedding day showing to his wife that he is calm under pressure. always cheerful. nothing rattles his cage. >> unflappable and you are looking at this as a met for for future life. >> it could go either way. >> just hung out in the elevator and posted pictures and on social media. >> we're rooting for you harry stein. good luck. >> coming up here on the show. what's it like to look a 12-foot shark straight in the eye? >> felt like, you know, a truck ran into me. and kind of took me a second to realize what's going on. he come dragging me under water. >> a shark attack survivor speaks out about his close encounter.
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update on faith in washington state. last night a huge crowd joined with assistant football coach and marine veteran joe kennedy in a post game prayer. that prayer took place in defiance from orders of district officials who say it is somehow unconstitutional. joining me now the parent of a student at the high school who was at the game last night racism -- rasm ring.
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describe the scene as this prayer took place. >> the crowd rushed the field to support coach and the kids and it was i object tense in a really good way. the kids were praying. the parents were praying. all of the community members were praying. celebration and it was really great site. >> set the scene for viewers who may not be familiar with the story. set the scene school district why it's banning these prayers. i'm quoting now. given the significant loibility to which conduct violating the guidelines would expose the district, strict adherence is required and expected and violationsñr cannot bew3 tolerated that was the ar authoritarian response from the school district. they will can't pray because lawyers at some point might not like it. is that kind of the message? what is the justification for this?
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>> i think they are just trying to cover themselves just in case. he has been doing this for a very long time without complaint. he has a lot of support. the exphiewnt is behind him. i'm not sure where the school is at right now. >> to be clear he is not demanding that others pray, is he? >> no. has never ever demanded that others pray. it's always been something he has done on his own. students came and joined him as they found out what he was doing it kind of grew on its own naturally. don't have to be religious yourself in order to sympathize with this man. you just have to care about civil liberties. there have been atheists come out. among those who have come out in his support is john irwin. director of woodlawn. he has a message for coach kennedy. here it is. >> i just want to say first
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that we stand with you coach joe. me and my million fans. i just want to beg the school district, the brimmerton school district. please, i just beg you to reconsider any type of consideration of firing coach joe. >> do you think the coach will be fired, rachel? >> you know, i have no idea i would hope and pray that the school district would keep him around. he is a positive influence forrest kids. is he always there for them it's always been about the kids. if we take positive role models away from our kids, we are not giving them a very bright future. >> if you think of all the destructive things teachers are caught doing we read about the news every week rachel, thank you for joining us. nice to see you this morning.
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>> thank you. >> overnight former nba and reality star lamar odom came out of his coma or appeared to at a vegas hospital. he gave a thumbs up. out of the woods? neurosurgeon up next to tell us. the remarkable story of a 75-year-old army veteran who saved 16 kids from a knife wielding man. it's unbelievable. stay tuned for that ♪ ♪ u get a cold. you can't breathe through your nose. suddenly, you're a mouthbreather. a mouthbreather! how can anyone sleep like that? well, just put on a breathe right strip and pow! it instantly opens your nose up to 38% more than cold medicine alone. so you can breathe and sleep. shut your mouth and say goodnight mouthbreathers. breathe right
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welcome back, quick headlines happening today. the little pink pill known as addy, the female viagra is going to hit the pharmacy shelves today. first fda approved prescription drug to increase female libido.
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helps stimulate brain chemicals associated with desire. if you see big lines at the nearest walgreen's or cvs, you will know what's going on. big comebbgç back for snl veteran tracy morgan. >> tracy morgan i'm hosting snl this week with musical guest la la la -- >> developing right now lamar odom is showing signs of improvement at a las vegas hospital. a family spokes american says that he is awake, he is communicating. even giving a thumbs up four days ago he was fox news unconscious and extremely rough condition at nevada brothel. so what does his road to recovery look like now? here with more senior
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entertainment reporter hollywood life.com. chloe and dr. singh. thank you so much for joining us. you are, of course, a neurosurgeon at northçó jersey brain and spine center. all right. i'm going to start with you. in terms of the latest information that we have. is there anything additional? >> so lamar odom is awake. is he no longer unconscious. and he gave a thumbs up sign. we can tell you hollywood life to khloe kardashian, his still technically his wife by his bedside. she has been there since tuesday. he has spoken a few words. what those words are there have been conflicting reports. he has seen both of his children from he a previous relationship destiny and lamar odom jr. he is only 13 years old. is he in icu. we are hearing he is in a private room. this is coming from a situation where we thought that maybe this could possibly be the end. so this is like a miracle. >> doctor that is the question that a lot of people want to know. we heard he may not make it. he was on the brink of death. now we hear that he is speaking and alert.
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>> you know, this is a very early stage in what's going on. obviously he was found and taken to the hospital and resuscitated. typically the body goes into a coma, which is altered level of consciousness. you are not able to speak, not able to talk or interact. when you have this type of situation your body shuts down and tries to give blood to the two most important organs the heart and the brain. now that has been in the hospital and been given medications and fluids, his organs will start to recover slowly as long as they weren't down for a long period of time. >> i was reading in your notes that it isn't unheard of for someone to come through like this, say some words, speak some, be alert and then go back. >> correct. you tend to be n and out type of stage. periods of lucid intervals meaning awake, talking and going back into the coma. >> in terms of recovery are from here, this point forward, he suffered strokes inside his head, what can he expect. >> the most important thing is to determine where the strokes are. when you have a stroke the part of the brain that needs blood is essentially dead. depending on where it is
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depends on actually man test fests in what kind of weakness. weak with central strength. inability to talk it. inability to make sentences that make sense. so all depends on where those strokes are. we will find that out over time. we will need further imaging like an mri to see where he suffered an injury. >> basketball player physical capabilities as well with. before we go, what are you hearing about the kardashians? >> kim kardashian actually had a doctor's appointment and she had to get back. they are taking this seriously. they have stopped live streaming on all of their apps. there are rumors they are filming some things keeping up kardashians. i have tell you they haven't filmed anything at the hospital well because they are not allowed to. we will probably see this next season of keeping up with the kardashians. >> i hope not. >> they literally film everything so it wouldn't be surprising. what we are hearing is that chloe hasn't left her side and chris generaller is coming back. jenner left shanghai where she was there for fashion
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week. caitlin jenner is said to be going. everyone is rallying around lamar right now. they love him. despite the divorce that's imminent and that is still happening, you know, they really cardz about him. >> i do feel bad for chloe. i also wanted to say that he had -- was very famous before he ran into the kardashians. played 14 seasons and won two championships. let's say that about lamar odom. prayers for his recovery. coming up, what it is like to look at a 12-foot shark. look at them straight in the eye, actually. >> like a truck ran into me and kind of took me a second to realize what was going on. he começó dragging me under water. >> yeah, a shark attack survivor speaks out about his close encounter. and do you want to make your house the coolest on the block this halloween? the gadgets sure to give your trick-or-treaters a big scare when they least expect it. that's up next.
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>> first world series in 107 years which the movie back to the future two actually happened in 2015.
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>> isn't all that surprising sinceñi we have hover boards and doc brown is running for president. >> marty. >> great scott. >> which turns out to be pretty close to the truth. bernie sanders is running for president. is he a model for your child's next halloween costume? a lot of parents feel like oh yeah. >> i hope so. this is always the struggle when you have like a newborn how do you hue nil united states them. >> babies for bernie. >> got the bald thing going for you already so that works. >> i'm all for humiliating your children as you know. dressing them up as an elderly he communist that does seem like crossing the line. that might cause deep regretment. >> viewers sent in pictures as well. this one is from -- we have one coming up from robert. a photo of his son right there. guess who that is? it's trump 2016.
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>> i he like that. here is mike. he sent us a picture of his daughter. he said forget baby bernie we have donald trump. there is another trump. >> a lot of trump babies out there. >> i will take your bernie sanders and raise you a donald trump. >> the hair thing, you have got to get the extra hair though. >> this country is getting very. >> you have extra hair. you both do. >> it's not real i'm proud to say. >> mine is a hair piece also. >> i bought it last weekend. >> talk about headlines at this hour right now. et cetera escaped drug lord joaquin he el chapo guzman is reportedly suffering from leg and face injuries after a run-in with mexican marines. the fugitive king pin escaped last week when investigators raided a ranch where he was hiding out. well, months after breaking out of a maximum security prison a 75-year-old army veteran saved 16 children from a knife wielding man inside a library. police say james vernon was leading a chess club meeting for the kids which justin brown burst into the room
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vowing to kill everyone. he attacker as the children ran to safety. he did manage to pin down that suspect until police arrived. released on bond on child pornography charges at the time now he is accused of attempted murder. then there is. this how does it feel to come face to face with a shark? actually happened to hawaiian surfer opening up about his near death experience. >> felt like a truck ran into me. took me a second to realize what was going on. he come dragging me under water. >> collin cook lost most of his left leg in a tack. he managed to break free after punching a 10 to 12-foot tiger shark. another surfer immediately rushed over to help. a 25-year-old said he is determined to surf again with a prosthetic leg. i don't know if i would do that johnny manziel divikly becoming johnny drama. the browns quarterback was involved in alleged domestic
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dispute with his girlfriend colleen crowley after people saw his car driving erratically on a cleveland highway. when officers pulled them over, manziel admitted to drinking alcohol, and crowley said that he slammed her head into the passenger window during the argument. he passed a sobriety test though. and they were free to go. manziel was in a rehab facility. you may know that, earlier this year. those are your headlines. >> nfl's anti-domestic dispute campaign really working. >> yeah, not really. >> rick reichmuth is working hard this morning to bring us the latest from the natural world. rick? >> i always say if you make a sign you are getting on tv. these guys came from signs hi mom and dad and hi mom and even subliminal messages here secret codes your family, right? >> yes, there is. >> focus on that on mom for just a second so you can get whatever messages your son sent. that's very nice. take a look at the maps this morning. we had had some really nice pictures coming. in best pictures i have seen so far of fall this year have been around up of
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michigan. absolutely spectacular. have you had snow in the area. right now you are 27 degrees with partly cloudy skies. again up to 39. a chilly one. keep sending me your pictures, rick reichmuth on twitter. fall pictures. snow across the great lakes. in towards the northeast. a chilly breezy day. we will see the snow down across west virginia today. so get ready for it really cold night ahead. down to the southeast we will see quite a bit of rain again across south florida. aside from that a pretty spectacular day feeling like summer still across texas and oklahoma. in towards the northern plains. a chilly start to the day for sure. not that bad and i will tell you we will see plenty of sunshine. kind of a nice fall day. and finally out across areas of the west. that's where all the rain is we have the very heavy rain in toward southern california. now it's in towards arizona, mexico and parts of utah. could look at flooding throughout the afternoon. all right, guys. send it back to you inside. >> unwith of my favorite things for the morning. thank you, rick. halloween is two weeks away. if you haven't taken the time to decorate your home
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start today. >> katie lyndelle is here with halloween gadgets that will take the holiday to the next level. you have some friends with you too. >> >> you looked like in this morning. if you haven't gotten your costume. $06 mask from buy costumes.com. what you do is looks like an amazing piece of art. your iphone is in here with a free app. and you can actually control it and a looks like you have a cyclops. this little one in s. is my favorite. your iphone get it. >> be here all week. >> talk about. so candy. i like freaking out the kids when they come up for candy. how does this work? >> actually 30 bucks. from spirit halloween. country. i love in when people come up and get the candy and freak them out. motion activated. 30 bucks and throw the candy in there different effect for somebody. >> they reach in. >> what about the. >> these are very fun. a lot of people always ask
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me how do kids involved in science and technology and math and engineering which is awesome you can code your own robots. full disclosure actually a company i work with. so cool for halloween they have halloween accessories. my friend is son the side here controlling them with coding and programming. so it's so fun that -- >> kids have a code. >> little robots dash and dot. >> and this? come and check this out. pumpkin keg. tap any pumpkin can. cider in here. alcoholic. i you know halloween is on college game day. $200. >> what do you have in there. >> i actually have cider in here. carve it out. cider with a little booze. just kidding. fill it with anything that you like. it's very easy. took about 10 minutes to actually carve. >> it's a real pumpkin that you put it in. >> absolutely. >> these are really cool. these are animated book shelves. only auto bucks. turn it on really quick. with any sound activation. put this on the table and it
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will pop as soon as somebody walks by. [scary music] >> [ laughter ] >> this is from one of my favorite sites. one of the best halloween sites and really cool to choose from. and then i had to get you star wars stuff because i know you are a big star wars fan. $10. you be quiet. there youçó go. >> books be quiet, please. >> haunted books are quiet. these are from 10 bucks from -- really cool. plug them in so you don't want to carve a pumpkin this year. called push pumpkins. you can go doo yet da and darth vader. pop it into the pumpkin instead of carving it. >> think geek.com those guys are awesome. >> one more thing. >> this is fantastic. motion activated dracula. 5-foot coffin. all do you is make a little noise. give you a little scare. this one is from -- one of my favorites. high quality and takes about four minutes to set up.
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>> dress up. >> 20 million americans $350 million on dog costumes alone. layla making her debut in a tootsie roll costumes. they start at 16 bucks on wal-mart.com. so. options from star wars to hula. >> don't have to humiliate your kids you can humiliate your dogs as well. >> exactly. >> always good to see you. watch your step there don't step on the coffin. coming up here on the show. she was broke, near addiction and then she got the call to it deliver a pizza to a church. >> from our three services combined we collected this much money. this is 1,000. [cheers and applause] >> the pastor of that church joins us live with a special lesson he taught his congregation straight ahead. >> and your parents told you not to cross your eyes and i think we are going to talk about why they said that and some other health issues.
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>> take a look at this diagram. it illustrates the effect that texting can have on our necks and back. in fact this is an x-ray of our own rick reichmuth's neck. it's real life and shocking and actually part of a smart phone addiction. >> so how can we spot the fine of text neck and how can we prevent it from happening. joining us now is dr. kelly powers. so one way would be to not use your phone so much. welcome. thanks for joining us. >> do you suffer from text neck. >> i think we all do. text neck really so according to a recent study. in australia. conducted last week. what they found was they looked at a series of spinal x-rays and they found degenerative and structural changes secondary to overusing our cell phones. >> this looks like evolution chart in reverse. we arery verting to simeon structure here. >> that's quite possible. they found in the study that the cervical neck, cervical spine our neck and thoracic sign mid back most affected.
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text mechanic is moving forward. becoming hunch back all over again. >> you say one of the keys to avoid all this is to not do it while we are sitting and laying down. i thought that would be the best place to do it? >> sitting down, laying down in your bed with you are i don't laptop and criminal phone you have a tendency to leançó over. like our mom said sit up straight good pose temperature. >> how is that any different than reading a book in bed. >> if we are reading a look and hunched over not conscious of our posture that can happen as well. >> also have it at eye level. >> move that monitor up. if you have one of those moivel monitors move it up eye level. >> put it on on the steering wheel. >> standing desk. even the federal government is spending money to get standing desk because being -- >> do they work? >> i think they work for that purpose. for raising the monitor so we are at eye level and therefore, not bending our neck and curving our author something spine. >> here is what might get
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every woman. apparently they can be bad for your skin, is that true? >> the jury is still out on this study. very new, preliminary. what we are looking at is something called hev light. high energy visible light. so, as compared to uv light. there are some studies out there and, again, preliminary that might be more dangerous than uv light. so, what they mean by this is that we don't know a lot about it what we do know is that it does penetrate deeper than the uva light. cause decreased skin turnover. decrease wound healing could possibly effect the dna and accelerator the aging process. >> bottom line from this study how can we avoid either one of these issues? >> not use your cell phone. unrealistic. we live in a busy, fast paced world. no one is going to put the cell phone down. >> if you look at me i'm actually only 21 years old. you wouldn't know it to look at me because of the phone sun damage. >> is there potential lay melanoma risk from this. >> it's potential.
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the studies are new and preliminary. at this point more studies are needed. >> interesting. >> would sunscreen help that? >> sunscreen is uva and uvb not the high energy visible light. >> put down our gadgets and go outside and enjoy nature. >> making me nervous, doctor. great to see you though. >> we are all sitting up straight now. >> yes, we. >> coming up, this army veteran took five bullets to stop the oregon school hooter taking more lives. now he is breaking silence what he he did when he sang this morning you won't want to miss. >> she was broke, near eviction and then she got the call to deliver a pizza to a church. [cheers] >> this is awesome story. the pastor of that church joins us live with a special lesson he taught his congregation up next. ♪ never felt the desire ♪ to let music set me on fire ♪ when i was saved.
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within manager got the surprise of a lifetime when she showed up to a church. >> we have been teaching our church this last month and we did something for special for you today and took up a tip for you. that's your tip $9, and this is a tip and from the three services and this is 1,000. >> that's at the sick mother creek church and he is the lead pastor and that domino worker that received that amazing tip. nice to see both of you. welcome to the show. thank you for having us. >> so things have been going kind of rough for you recently?
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>> yes, yes, they have. >> what way? you were facing eviction? >> yes, i was. as a single mom you get the call to deliver the pizza. you knew that you had to go up on stage, but for not what reason. >> yeah, i was clueless as to what was going to take place. >> so you walk out on stage. how did you come up with this idea and i know that you have been practicing and teaching it. >> we have been talking about managing the principals, and we decided to end the series and one of the staff members came to me and we said to give this a shot. it was a -- one of those things that it was a god thing because we knew the dominos manager and asked them to make sure that the person that comes is willing to come on stage. the person that was assigned to do it, did not want to, and she
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said that she would take the delivery. >> what did you think when he handed you the stack of money? >> it was a relief. i knew that moment i was not going to lose my home and my son's home. >> remarkable. we talk about the principals of giving ch it's a special thing to allow money to now through you in and out-and-out to other people that need it because it's not really yours in the first place? >> yeah, that's one of the principals that we tacked about and god owns it all. one of the things that jesus said is do not store up treasures, but store them up in hen. today people are about themselves and greed and we had the opportunity to really impact a life, and that's what it's all about. >> what does that message mean to you know to think about it? >> it's still a lot to take in.
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i mean honestly i was coming to work not knowing that i was going to have a home and i have been really thinking of who i am as a person and start to change and go to church. >> when you look at your congress vera grags, how do think that the message sunk in? >> i believe so in a big way. as i share in the video we have three morning services, so the first two services were not there to be able to see this take place. we told them that we would video what happened at 11:00. little did we know that it would have a impact and go viral like it has. we think that it's not something that people shed a tier about but that they turn them into skpax that other people will take them and do something on their own level wherever they are and people that they impact that they take the opportunity to do something for. >> it's so special for you
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obviously not being in a rich position but now to give back more than ever. you receive what you give also now. >> yes. >> all right. we appreciate you joining us this morning from columbus and what a touching story. thank you. >> thank you for having us. >> thank you. coming up on the show. the video is terrifying. a woman going out out for a jog and followed by a man to her front door. what happened next. you won't believe this. what se remember has the sexiest voice? you're listening to him right now. i will give you the true answer when we come back. you're watching "fox and friends" americas sexiest morning show. ♪ with the pain and swelling of my moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis... ordinary objects often seemed...
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good morning to you. it's saturday october 17th. thank you so much for being with us. we start with a fox news alert. they have shot five tombs at the oregon community college and the army vet hailed a hero is breaking his silence. what he says about the gunman. at it again. a spat has broken out between jeb bush and trum as he say that is he maybe partly responsible for 9/11. he struck back and defending his brother. we will bring you the latest after this. still looking for the halloween costumes. how about 50 shades of landry. dad, how about stuck at the malls with with wooif's costumes. costumes that everyone can relate to. "fox and friends" hour four
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starts right now. ♪ i know that it's something that you have been thinking of for many years. why they taste so good together. >> i do not question it. why does the sun come up. it just does. they're delicious. >> we're going show you more behind it. >> there's no mystery. it's a version of two awesome flavors. >> have you had peanut butter and banana and jewelry. >> peanut butter and carrot. >> yeah, peanut butter and kel erie. we start with a fox news alert. three palestines attack in a separate knife atachblth. >> yeah, an officer and border patrol and agent were all targeted and the attack er was shot dead. a two state solution will not end the violence.
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>> what you have is a palestine government to -- for them to have security it's not about allowing them to get closer to them, but it's allowing them to have a secure safe borders. >> at the time status quo does not appear to be working. unbelievable. it's gotten really intense in israel especially in the old city of jer rusalemjerusalem. on another channel there was a live shot and on the scene of a stabbing where one tried to stab a border and police and was shot dead. you're seeing a picture of him. in his right hand was a weapon. a knife. >> we can clearly see from where we were lying and standing where
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his body was lying both of his hands were open and both did not have a knife. >> as a matter of a fact, and this is important because you're covering this story live, and you're seeing it once and you're actually witnessing it and not knowing when you're seeing until you actually process it, but in the video that we have that you have that is as you say, i don't think that anybody else has this video, we can clearly see the man in camouflage t-shirt and pants in what appears to be in his right hand a knife. >> yeah, it might be a mistake that a reporter would make being 50 feet away or 50 yards away at the time. analyzing the video you could see the knife in his hand. this msnbc has a history of anticommentary, so to say that he was charging the guys and not having anything in the hands and
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that's why he was shot that he did not have anything in the hands. they're saying antiisraeli. >> they say that this is the guy that went after chris. >> when he was involved in the assignments on the terms of what he was doing, the terminology came out and that he has used. people have described as racist and the personal attitudes on what he was doing. >> so that makes you question on what happened on the latest incident. >> yeah, he is fiethsing a war and people are trying to kill him. he kills them first. does that make him a racist. that's in sane. you have to be a child to think that. >> between while another major war of words between two
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candidates. bush calling trump pathetic after saying that bush deserves blame for 9/11. trump is firing back and now live from washington dc with this exchange. good morning garrett. >> good morning. his latest criticism of president george bush came during an interview with bloomburg when he was asked about the softer side and who he is as a man. how he is as a nation and making it feel safe and george bush did after 9/11 and then after the sandy hook shootings. this was his response. >> say what you want the world trade center came down this time. >> hold on. cannot blame george bush for that. >> he was president and don't blame him, he was president. the world trade center came down
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during his reign. >> jeb bush shot back and saying how pathetic to criticize him. we were attacked and my brother kept us safe. others were alone and dr. ben carson saying that trump's excepts are wrong. >> i think that it's ridiculous to suggest that. >> carson saying that it's ridiculous to say that he is responsible for this. by the end of the de donald trump did not want to talk about the earlier comments after ignoring repeated questions after a campaign rally in massachusetts. later at night he took to twitter and doubled down before attacking jeb bush and saying no jeb bush you're pathetic for saying nothing happened during your brother's term when the world trade center was attacked and came down. we will hear more at the next g o op debate just 11 days away. back to you in new york.
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>> trump, saying things that you're not allowed to say. now a look at other headlines. a fox news alert. breaking over night we're hearing a firsthand account for the man hailed a hero. ar himy veteran chris shot five times and saying that the shooter opened the classroom door to my left. he was so nonchalant through it all like he was playing a video game. i mentioned my finger over my mouth and moistened both of my hands to stay down. i put my back up against the door and was just waiting. his nearly 1,400 word account goes on to describe the pain and how he pleaded said it's my son's birthday. to the relief when he felt when he saw emt's. lamar odom showing signs of improvement after being found unconscious.
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a family spokesperson says that he is out of the comma and awake. earlier on fox and friends we spoke with the doctor and hollywood life reporter about what's ahead. >> now that he has been in the hospital and he has been giving medications and fluids, his organs will start to recover slowly as long as they weren't down for a long period of time. >> this is like where we thought this could be the end. this is a miracle. >> they're investigating the visit to the brothel. regulating the air and they're registered and the feds said to unveil a policy and anyone buying a drone will have to register with a department of transportation. this is after a drone slammed into the u.s. opened. that was in a match. the u.s. regulations could be in place by christmas.
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and finally which celebrity has the sexiest voice in hollywood. the answer. watch. >> i look back to the way that i was a young stupid kid that committed the terrible crime. i want to talk to him. >> well apparently it's morgan freeman. 2,000 people polled in a british air ways survey said that the mix of southern twrang and gentleness and the most pleasing to the ears. dolly par ton came in behind him. >> it's the southern sound. >> yeah. >> makes people feel comfortable. to extreme weather now. there's a muddy nightmare and crews working to get cars out of five feet of mud after the mud slides cause chaos in the state. >> i cannot get 911.
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>> well amazingly no one was killed in this horrible rush of debreechlt the highway partially opened, but more thunderstorms are on the way. >> 911 is a universal language. >> yeah, it is. >> need help. >> we will probably not see storms as bad as that. california has been dealing with the drought, so the ground is so dry and the vegetation that's there is dead, so you don't have to roots that hold that in and there's been so many fire zps that just washes out quickly. that's what we saw happen there. more rain in the southwest. that's one story. the other story that we're watching is this here. the coldest air mass and moving in across the eastern part of the country and freeze warnings in affect and if you have plants, you want to cover them. tonight we're watching a chilly night that we're going see and in fact the coldest one. we have snow with this. look at this. white stuff across main and new york back to michigan as well,
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and over night we're going see it as far down as the central appalachians. we're going watch this storm right down here and the potential for tropical activity here. we could be watching this in the western gulf. it's still hurricane season guys. we can be watching something through the week. we will let you know if that happens. >> it's not hurricane season, but halloween season. >> nice. boy, do we have the costumes for you. where do we get them? the internet. >> this is a mom showing wearing a rob as the daughter is latching on to the leg. >> these are tongue and chic. mom is putting them out there. >> so the joke is that she is not very attractive, but the joke is a joke. it's a meta joke because she is attractive. >> belly shirts are always attractive. >> including this. 50 shades of landry.
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a will the of moms can relate to that. >> this hot bake sale mom is experiencing a backing disaster and despite the flames there. >> i think that bake sales mom is the hottest. >> yeah, if you live in the suburbs, you have seen that before. we have some for husbands. the first one is recognized and man stuck at mall with wife. there he is and $7,000 worth of gag get. >> yeah. >> very expensive. >> they add up quickly. >> here is another one with. rake face. that's a fake costume. it's pretty literal and confusing. gives no reason why you would want to be a rake. >> i think that guys buy face cream too. >> no, they don't. >> some guys do. >> here is my favorite. it's the cold girlfriend
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costume. it implies that a woman's might wear a suit jacket to presend that she has a boyfriend at a party. >> it's like woman that send themselves flowers at the office. you have heard about that. >> no, that's upsetting. >> no, men pretend that they don't have a wife. that's the difference in the sexiest. coming up next the brand new villain and conservatives. the ones that have doubts and the comic book with a political message coming up. you better be honest and the lie detector and some sites are using to expose the real you. ♪
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the democraticism is about is that it's immoral is wrong that the top 2001 percent of the country own almost 90 percent. almost as much wealth as the bottom 90 percent. >> the hands of the worker asks bernie sanders says that he is a social y socialist. what do voters think of that? we spoke with i lot of people. >> thank you. we found that 47 percent of americans now could consider voting for socialist. it's no longer a word and bernie sanders is come meetly changing it. you have to numbers there and
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the numbers have increased. we asked the democrats and the focus kroups and this is preferred socialism or capitalism. to my shock more preferred socialism. that's how much it changed. >> it just changed a lot. 80 million people were measured. but that long ago. we remember it. we're not that old. >> that's not what they're speaking of. they're saying that we're pay for the common good and having a military is socialist and redefining what it means. it's failed because of the income and equality of ceo's and mauking millions of dollars. >> yeah, it's all been about arming the powerful and it does not surprise me there for more guns for the government. >> but you keep ongoing back 50 years and 100 years. for them it's wrong with society today. what i find interesting is stop
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calling capitalism, but they do not thnecessarily here it and i makes them think capitalism. capitalism is about wall street and property. it's better to talk about freedom than capitalism. our definitions are changing in politics because of this campaign. >> yes. >> what we think in november is going to be different than october of 2015. >> i completely agree with you. let's give the party break down here and willing to vote for a socialist or not. 49 and that's striking and 26 percent of republicans. what is going on? >> yeah, what happened to republicans. it's because capitalism has been so demonized and so ripped apart by the pun dance in the media
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that socialism is no longer that horrible concept of people. >> a lot of it is from the financial crisis. >> and that nobody went to jail. . and they all agree on. some of those people should have been held accountable and tucker would have accountability and personal responsibility capitalism will continue to fall and socialism will continue to rise. it's frightening, but it's true. >> i am not for people going to jail but martha stewart goes but nobody after 2008. that's interesting. >> they have been singing on sundays and now facing huge crimes unless they stop. it's actually happening. we will tell you where and why. the senior pasture joins us live. some hate when they get the participation trophies at the end of the season.
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kids this is how things are supposed to be done and now we heard from the kids. for example one of the questions that they were asked do you think that everybody should get a trophy. >> instead of the team that wins, everybody gets a trophy. >> well, i think that 60 percent of the kids say that it's okay to get one. >> yeah, they like to get stuff. i am old school, and i think that you have to get what you earned. if you go into the bowling ali, you're looking at the big trophy to win that. it's kind of stealing from the kids that win in my opinion if everybody is getting one. >> i was heartened to see that 54 percent of kids thought that winners should get it. what did they think of girls getting the trophies. they wanted things. >> i don't know what the difference is in the boys and girls. not sure what the difference is in boys or girls.
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>> the next thing is getting what they want and getting kids what they want. what did the survey find? >> well with, they find and we would all expect that yes not in every case and i am a believer that we have to raise kids to work for what they want. i have young kids and i have it happening all of the time. one of the most important words and the vocabulary for the parent needs to be no. >> and yes 16 percent of the survey sort of give in and cow tip. >> yay, we're not buying this every time that we walk into target. . and that parents are strike or easy going? >> well, it was sort -- it was
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somewhere in the middle accord to go the survey. i would have assumed that -- i would have assumed that more parents you would have been easy going and i think that more parents are easy going. think that we need. i think that you have to have a balance. i consider myself being a strict parent. you have to hold them accountable for the behavior. if we allow them to get away with things, they're going to learn that they can do can whatever they want and things are going to happen for them. we don't want that to happen. coming up here on the show the latest strategy to retrain the nypd officers on race relations. a night at the theater. really. wait until you hear this one. do you know the secret to the perfect meal and the answer to making that perfect grilled cheese sandwich.
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your shot of the morning. goofy guys sharing this where their dogs are ambitious and found themselves in a sticky situation. >> i can believe a will the of folks getting caught up in it. >> he expected had his fate with a friz by in the head. >> how did this happen.og looksk in a fence. >> stuck in a fence. >> look at this one he just decided to go home without it. >> i am not going to wait for it. we have the news from the comic book world and we're going to take it away. >> comic books are struggling the past few years before more and more americans are seeing it and seeing the avengers and they're struggling to get the readership. here you have marble doing the stunt and you have sam wilson
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that's the falcon. he is an african american. he is taking over as captain america now. he has a new odd enemy. instead of going against the captain america, they're going up against conservatives. that's the new enemy. >> here is a quote from the book and the series. attention all trespassers, i am the supreme and by invading this land and you have the law and nature and the united states. i apprehend you by the power invested in me by the fore god and nature et cetera et cetera. >> who is in? is this an isis member of destroying the western civilization? no. it's an american that has miss giving on the illegal immigration and the cost with it. that's according to the come you can book is evil. >> yeah, so they're stopping people from coming over and they're saying no, that's not going to happen on my watch.
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here is what the m coi can book goes on to say. i believe you sir, i can see that you have enough trouble with you you already and trouble and disease and crime weigh heavy on your back. >> yeah, the whole theme is the same and that's you out there in the middle of the country and everyone is a snake handling big get and you have to be held in place. it's like the people that run the country believe that. i live near them. they think that. >> they should do a comic book with the people that are working the border to keep us safe. >> what about back in the day when captain america was punching him in the face and the comic book back there in world war ii. >> now it comes from ordinary americans and watching from home. >> yeah, politics and colic books. that's what we're going say. we're going look at the headlines and we have new information for you. over night a horrific crash
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sends 14 people and six children to the hospital. they had to use the jaws of life to get a person out of wreck after a large van and suv collided. the condition cans of all of those people are not known at the time. they're headed there in an effort to overcome the bias. the recruits will see the play and the details are an ij ma. >> this is running hope from a jog in dallas. she noticed that someone was in a silver van tailing her and trying to get her attention. he parks the car two doors down and then just walks right up to
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the house and rings the bell. >> as i open it he says is there a robert here, and i said there's no dam robert here, and i want to make sure that he does not do whatever his intentions were, that those intentions are though the carried out to someone else. >> the man just walked away. police still investigating that incident. and you never know never ever what you're going to get when you get the online dating. this is true. >> many forcing members to connect through facebook to create more about the real name and age. others having people vote on users and if they think that the profile is real or fake. those are a look at the headlines. let's get it out to tucker and rick outside cooking up the
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goodness. >> yum. >> reporter: we're having a deep conversation about peanut butter and jelly. we want to share it with you. >> true. >> what makes food so delicious. he tells them in his book the laws of cooking. >> yeah, justin warn er. welcome. >> thank you. >> we're happy to have you back. >> i am excited to be here and bringing my book with me. >> what is breaking the food law. >> well, there are certain foods that govern the way that others should taste. i call this peanut butter and jelly. when you have something creammy and fruity, it's deliciouso. what is pizza? >> that sost -- you you have thought this through. >> every now and again i try. . this is really fun and this is going to be tomato soup and grilled cheese. i use a little bit of won ton
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wrapper. you can fiechnd them in the fri section. >> what is that mad out of. >> it's the same thing as pasta dough. we just made that in no time. that goes into water. >> just water no oil? >> yeah, just for me. >> we're going take that over here and sizzle. we're going to fry it up. that's going to give you the texture of the beautiful crust on the glrilled cheese and this is the component and we add that to that and that's the tomato soup. pretty exciting stuff. >> yeah, this is brilliant. how many times are are you looking and saying that i node a vehicle to spread that on. like you know, yeah, but you want to keep -- the problem is that the vehicle is the killer. it's not -- you want something that's not bad for you. the wrapper is not.
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>> yeah, it's like eating crumbs of bred and not two sheets. >> interesting. where do you buy them? >> in the fridge section. >> this is another one and when you have something bitter like coffee, it's good to have something sweet and rich to go with it. in this in stance we have a coffee rubbed flank steak and then a mash and that's creammy and then maple sir are rip in there to give it sweetness as well. >> in all of these it came can out on tuesday. >> yeah, it's been fire and crazy. >> you wrote this. this is no ghost writer. this is out of you. >> yeah, it's straight out of the brain. >> do you eat everything that you cook? >> always. i have to. >> what is your favorite? >> favorite in the book? >> yeah. >> that's tough.
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there's a recipe that follows -- >> a donut recipe. >> this is brilliant and he has a tv show on snap chap. >> i bet that my girls watch it. >> thank you. >> my pleasure guys. >> all right. we're going send it to clayton and heather. >> yeah, you should watch my tv on snap chat. it's fantastic. they have been singing sounds for years, and now this church choir is being threatened with huge fines unless they quiet down. the senior pastor from the church is here live up next. and the midwest seeing snow. did you know know is the time to get the lawn ready for spring. how do you make sure that the grass is really green er on the other side of winter straight ahead. but a look at what is coming up on the cost of freedom business block. >> hey neil. we warned you about it and now walmart is booming and it's hurting companies. how bad is it going to get?
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with humira, control is possible. and welcome back to "fox and friends." good morning to you. a church choir faces a hefty fine for praising the lord too loud de. please sapt grove baptist church received a letter last month telling them that they would be fined $500 a day, and they would have to pay a nuisance fee if the choir did not known down the practice. lord's fan is the senior pastor at pleasant grove and joins us now. thank you for taking the time to join us this morning. >> thank you so very much. >> tell me the back story behind this. when did you hear that you were facing the fine? >> well, first of all pastor
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harris, thomas harris is a senior pastor, and i am the neighboring pastor down the street. we rally together in su ypport m of the nuisance letter that he got from the city. >> what do you think about? you all agree because you banded together. >> well, we have a major migration pattern flow in oakland, california. it's a great place to live, and we have some newcomers what we call gender fires. they're coming into the city and as they move in, they're not quiet excited about religion as those of us that have and been in sthe city. they have sent letters or contacted the city. the city contacted us and pastor harris and a few other churches and talked about the noise was too loud. >> we actually have that. this is a piece of the letter that's from oakland to the church.
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we can take a look at that. it says should the office move forward with the case, you will be subject to a variety of fees and a 3,529 case fee and civil penalties of $500 a day. have you approached the folks in the neighborhood and talked to them and tried to handle this any other way? >> yes, we have calls and plan to respond by making a joyful noise. pastors from all over the greater bay area have called and responded. we will be behind pastor harris on one corner and the other ones that are blocks away, we're blocking off the streets perhaps on the first saturday in november, and we will be making a joyful noise all day long, and we're going to make it a gospel fest. some of my friends mc hammer and others have called, and they're ready to weigh in on making a
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joyful noise. >> really. that's exciting. joyful to the lord. >> yes. >> we have this statement that we want to make. this is from the oakland city administrator. we have not fined them as a public nuisance, nor do we plan to. the notice was poorly worded. they're looking at revising to convey the contempt. they have sent out six letter toss other churches and all issues have been resolved without any or fines or penalties. >> i think that the city should have known better than to just send out letters. we had never received any kind of community and have been levied with the threats was just
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really excitedly overwhelming. we have come together all the way around. >> that's a good thing to do. no penalty for phrase. thank you for joining us. >> absolutely. we're going take it to the positive and make a joyful noise. we will be back again. >> thank you. still ahead it's the upcoming movie of the ben terror attack. >> but is the movie about to change the release date because it could damage hillary's campaign. we want to make sure that the grass is cleaner on the other side f o the winter. the gas and what you need to get today and that awesome john deer mow er. careful. ♪er. careful. ♪
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