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i ran a 5k this morning. >> really? >> no. i threw up in the shower. >> a new study reveals unproductive hungover workers cost employers $77 billion a year. that's our show. "fox and friends" starts right now. good morning to you. today is monday, october 19th. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. donald trump doubles down on his heated battle against jeb bush claiming that he could have stopped the 9/11 hijackers. >> i doubt that those people would have been in the country. >> this morning, governor bush responds and donald trump joins us live. plus, hillary clinton taking a few days off the campaign trail bracing for a battle on capitol hill as republican trey gowdy draws an unprecedented line in the sand. what all of washington will be talking about today. >> it lg huge this week. married couples across the
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country in big trouble. now we know why. three words. thursday night football. >> that's right. it's us. >> personal foul. >> in your house, football is okay. >> most of america unless your name is hasselbeck. it's called a cold open. how the nation's most popular sport might be destroying the american's dreams. mornings used to be better with friends, until now. your italian side going this morning. using the hands. >> encroachment. >> that is encroachment. visual encroachment. thursday night football is -- sunday night football does not help relationships either. >> no, it does not. >> doesn't help morning hosts anyway. >> thursdays are yet to be
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discussed and one mom is fired up about it. good morning to pete. great to see you here. you're still in -- >> seemed like slap you on the backside. good to see you. >> how are you doing? >> personal foul. heather, i need you. heather childress is in. >> big win by my panthers yesterday. >> they might be the best team in football. >> yes, they are. i've been telling you that. we have headlines to start with. a serious story and fox news alert. a minnesota sheriff's deputy shot dead when the convicted felon he was guarding at a hospital steals his gun and opens fire. he was wrapping up his shift outside suspect danny hammonds room what hammond got out of bed and stole his weapon. security used a taser on him but he later died at the hocht. the deputy was with the sheriff's department since 1981. he leaves behind a wife and a daughter. now to another fox news
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alert. a major -- a high ranking al qaeda leader is now dead. officials confirming that al nazir was killed during a u.s.-led air strike in syria. he led the group that's composed of veteran jihadis, recruiting weste westerners. he was reported helped out of his hospital bed and into a chair for the first time. although he can't speak past a mumble, he has been texting a lot and did pass a critical swallow test. he's been in the hospital since tuesday after being found unconscious at a nevada brothel. daniel murphy powers the mets to another big playoff win. >> that's in the air to right. that's pretty deep. that ball is gone! >> it's out of here. murphy homering for the fourth
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straight post-season game. this one off cubs starter, jake arrieta. the mets win 4-1. they lead 2-0 and those are a look at your headlines. >> back to you. >> it was about 20 degrees yesterday. is that unbelievable in new york. >> for new york. >> they were all wearing the stocking caps. looked like bazooka joe was playing the outfield positions. it was a tremendous game. thank you very much, heather. now to this. donald trump doubling down on his 9/11 comments about george w. bush our former president and the 9/11 terror attacks. he said that he, donald trump, could have stopped the hijackers by closing our borders and president bush was to blame. watch. >> am a trying to blame him? i'm not blaming anybody. but the world trade center came down. when he said we were safe, that's not true. we lost 3,000 people. probably the greatest catastrophe ever in this country if you think about it, right? snimt what would you have done? >> i would have done something
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different. i am extremely, extremely tough on illegal immigration. i'm extremely tough on people coming into this country. i believe if i were running things, i doubt those people would have been in the country. >> in reality, you have to think about 2001, when the president walked into his four years in office, they weren't debating al qaeda. most of those hijackers overstayed their visas, so unless he came in and president trump came in and said i need the cia to talk to the fbi. i need to find out if there's anybody here who overstayed their visas, that was not the talk of the country. we were on the air at that time and in 1996, he declared war on us. you might be madder, donald trump, but bill clinton, not taking a legitimate shot at us fwho declared war on us. >> you also have a focus in the
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state department in saudi arabia andry add. >> reporter: the passports didn't pass the smell tests. they were passed through very quickly. many didn't overstay their visas and were here legally. if it was implemented as he says, would pre vept some of that. to know you have that foresight at that moment to me seems like a cheap shot. >> you're either blaming for you're not. he's going to join us at the curvy couch. faces criticism for not pulling out the punches when need be. he said i'm going to defend my brother. donald trump is playing the actor role of candidate. >> look, my brother responded to a crisis and he did it as you would hope a president would do. he united the country, organized our country and kept us safe. there's no denying that. he's not taking the responsibility of take -- he looks like an actor playing the role of a candidate for president. >> i think in reality in my
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humble opinion, donald trump is getting better every day and running for president. also in reality, he's got jeb bush responding to him. that's tactically a positive. in the big picture, peter king was on the radio friday and he said this. he's chairman of homeland security. he said listen, george bush put together all our systems in place, basically a global look at merging, mask who the al qaeda terrorists are, the extremists. he got the western world n a footing. the systems are still in place today that the bush administration put in place. they don't want to take any credit for it. but most other governments would say that america led in cracking down. >> credit them for following up and saying, hey what would you have done differently? he won't tone down. talked about that. he plans to takes an hillary clinton and explained eminent domain. he says it will create jobs. >> i will say this. chris wallace said later in the show that he believes he's going
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to get the -- >> he said i can see him being president of the united states. that's a powerful thing. >> i wouldn't have said that a few moments ago. you won't miss donald trump at 7:00 a.m. in just about an hour. days before a former secretary of state, presidential candidate hillary clinton is scheduled to appear before a panel on capitol hill. the benghazi committee's rooch leaders says eyewitnesses are more important to interview than hillary clinton herself. we're live from washington, d.c. with the details. kristen, good morning to you. >> good morning. so between joe biden's big decision and hillary clinton's benghazi hearing, this week has -- clinton is taking time off from campaigning to prep for thursday's hearing possibly. she was on another sunday show saying she's not sure how much she'll be able to add since she's already testified about benghazi. >> i think it's pretty clear
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that whatever they might have thought they were doing, they ended up becoming a partisan arm of the republican national committee with an overwhelming focus on trying to, as they admit, drive down my poll numbers. >> now, this is also a huge week for the congressman who will be asking clinton many of the questions. trey gowdy, yesterday, he had strong words for his republican colleague. >> i have told my own republican colleagues and friends, shut up talking about things that you don't know anything about. unless you're on the committee, you have no idea what we've done, why we've done it and what new facts they have found. >> perhaps, no one will be watching this hearing more closely than joe biden. it's widely believed he'll wait and see how well clinton performs on thursday at the interview to announce whether or not he'll enter the race. that should happen sometime over
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the next month. though it certainly seems like we've been saying that for weeks. this time the deadline is getting close. it should be sometime over the next month. back to you. >> going to be boxed out of some states. thanks, kristin. this leads to our talking point. thursday night football was on way too late for us. it was the colts and pats. here's the one play that everyone is going to be talking about. 27-21 was score. the patriots went up. when a bizarre play was called. chuck pagano takes blame for this disaster. it led to pat mcafee lining up at the wide receiver. just the center and one running back in the back. they need two yards. the patriots would read it and they go on to lose this nailbiter. 34-27. look at the way they're lined up. 9 on 2 for three yards. >> this is one of the reasons. this is on at 11:45 at night.
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you're not talking to your family ar hanging out with your kids. you're watching that game. >> family on the colts rightw, . i'm glad i was in bed. you say, sup night football is over. you got to have the endurance to get through monday night football and one woman has a problem with thursday night football. her name is carol mark wits. the nfl scheduling thursday night football is ruining her relationship. she said, this is the pennel at known as encroachment. i'm an understanding woman. all day sunday, sure, monday night, fine. thursday too? nope. not happening. a third day is -- >> i make meals and do everything on sundays. whatever he wants the entire day and sometimes monday night but thursday, that's not fair play. >> she said i'm a great wife on sunday. if he wants meatball tacos, i make them. >> what era was she born in?
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was she the mom in leave it to beaver? >> why? >> what is a meatball taco. >> is her tell vision black around and white. >> when is it the time to make the sandwiches. >> the nfl audience. >> we love the game too. here's where the nfl got smart. they started making jerseys for women and also kids. now, the entire family is in the jerseys, we've got chips and sals and nachos. on thursday, i love football. i live and breathe football. thursday, for a mom or woman is like the ten yard line going into the end zone about to score. if you don't have your team with you meaning your guy, your family when you've got to get through the rest of the week, that's going to be the worst play call ever. it is tough on thursday nights for families. you need to get a breather before sunday. >> it's the entire night. i think for a lot of america it is background noise. it's just more football. i can't get enough. i want it. give me friday night. saturday nfl football.
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>> you're not shopping together. i don't know. >> we have tests to study for. >> destroying your family. whether we dream out loud. straight ahead, talk about bad time. remember the kid who built the clock that looked more like a bomb and then he was handcuffed. a new picture telling a new story that could humiliate the white house when he visits today and hailed as muslim of the year. that's right. governor mike huckabee presidential campaign? it's supposedly on life support. would the candidate agree with that assessment? he's going to join us live, next. it's more than a network. it's how you stay connected. with centurylink as your trusted technology partner, you get an industry leading broadband network and cloud and hosting services. centurylink. your link to what's next.
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fox news alert. an israeli soldier is dead. 11 others hurt after a vicious stabbing at a fox station in southern israel. the late nest attacks in a growing wave of violence that left 40 dead. israeli police began to erect a new wall in jerusalem hoping to stop a barrage of fire bombs and attacks. president obama and secretary of state john kerry refuse to call terror. >> this kind of random violence won't result in anything other
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than more hardship and more insecuri insecurity. >> 2016 presidential candidate governor mike huckabee joined us live now to react. good morning, governor. the president says this is random violence. you say? >> it's not random violence. this is targeted attacks against israeli soldiers, against israeli clerics, this is an attempt to stirrup more trouble in the middle east, specifically within israel. and i don't know how the president can come to the conclusion that this just sort of happened randomly on the streets. street crime is one thing. but this isn't street crime where people are mugging old ladies for money. this is unprovoked murderous attacks to stab innocent police officers and to try to create a level of disruption to the flow of life there. that's not random. >> governor, you spent a lot of time in israel. how do they deal with this? is it a wall in east jerusalem? what's the next step to deal with what seems like an intractable situation?
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>> the thing they have to do is protect their citizens and they'll be condemned for it. they were routinely and overwhelmingly condemned by the world. i've flown in the helicopter over the entire length. here's what happened. before that, there were a thousand suicide bombers a year in israel, mostly putting bombs in cafes and on school buses. once that security wall went up, those suicide bombers went to zero. so watch what happens. israel has now erected barriers around parts of the city. it makes a nest there. but the truth is, if they don't do that, then they're going to see a lot of innocent people killed. you can't blame them for wanting to protect their citizens. >> governor, i understand, too, that secretary of state kerry is there and always seems to solve all the problems. i have all the hope there. governor, let's talk about what you're doing. you want to be the next president of the united states. currently, a lot of people, we're looking at the poll numbers and they don't look strong and your numbers don't look nearly as strong as last
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time around. what will it take to turn things around and would you say it's correct to characterize your campaign is on life support? >> that's nonsense. you know, people who say that sit in their little buildings in washing tond and their pundits. they look out at manhattan. if they want to look at a campaign, come to iowa and look at every event i had. we had overflow crowds, people that couldn't get in the room. i'm in a better place now than i was seven, eight years ago at this very same time. it incenses me when people who have no idea what a campaign is about pretend that huckabee's campaign is on life support. if people want to support the campaign, they can do it. but i get so fed up and disgusted with pundits who don't have a clue what they're talking about. they're so bright, they predicted rudy giuliani was the winner eight years ago. this time four years ago, they were predicting it would be rick
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perry. >> right. >> good luck with that pundits. you've done a great job always making the right pick. >> governor, thanks so much for choosing us this morning. great to see you. >> thanks for your time, governor. straight ahead, we look at anl and how they treated hillary clinton yesterday. ♪ ♪ (charge music) you wouldn't hire an organist without hearing them first. charge! so why would you invest without checking brokercheck? check your broker with brokercheck. withof my moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis... ordinary objects often seemed... intimidating. doing something simple... meant enduring a lot of pain. if ra is changing your view of everyday things orencia may help.
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time for a quick look at headlines. a terrifying moment caught on camera in texas. a driver swerving over double yellow lines hitting a couple on a motorcycle in gran ber bury. the motorcyclist is expected to be okay. his passenger in intensive care. the driver of the car could face felony charges. let's go ahead. british police on the lookout for a cartoon look alike. >> yabba dabba doo.
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>> flintstones. >> yabba dabba doo says don't a proef. british police releasing this electronic sketch. was in connection with a robbery. many joking the man has a striking resemblance to fred flintstone. i'd apprehend both and put them under the spotlight for questioning. elisabeth and pete, say something different. this is different. hillary got a pass. could the donald be denied a chance to host snl. >> great to be here at "saturday night live." but i'll be completely honest, it's even better for "saturday night live" that i'm here. >> latino groups calling for nbc to dump trump over comments he's made about mexicans. joining us now with his take, juan williams host of the -- >> hi there. >> good morning. >> you know, this letter came through to nbc from the hispanic coalition saying this. we're appalled you would enable
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his hateful speech for nothing more than a ratings ploy. are they off the mark by asking that? >> no. i mean, obviously, this is about politics and this is big time presidential politics and remember, elisabeth, that what you have is a situation where nbc cut ties with donald trump and trump had been successful on the apprentice over the comments that he made about mexicans as racists and thieves and the like. there was a precedent. but we're coming to the situation now where he is the leading republican candidate in the republican presidential primary. and i don't see how you can say that they should silence him or they should shun him or not have him on the show. forget the fact that he's a rating magnet. >> that's exactly right. i think what he said in 2004 about you're welcome for having me would be the case as well. >> bigger. >> something hateful against hispanics. on democratic side, i seem to recall comments made by hillary
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clinton could disqualify somebody who appeared on "saturday night live" as well. we'll play it. >> extreme views about women. we expect that from some of the terrorist groups. we expect that from people who don't want to live in the modern world. but it's a little hard to take coming from republicans who want to be the president of the united states. >> is there a double standard here? >> i don't think -- i think you have a situation where you'd have to have republicans, you know, you have to have the reince priebus or somebody say don't ask hillary clinton, she insulted us republicans and the like. she went further than that, pete. last debate, she said republicans are her enemies. she lumped them in with the iranians. that's pretty crazy. you would have had somebody like that. what you have is the hispanic
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groups, latino groups who clearly have an agenda. remember, nbc owns uni-vision. the hispanic groups have some leverage in trying to say to nbc, you want our business, we don't like donald trump. therefore, don't do business with them. nobody has that kind of leverage when it comes to hillary at the moment. >> it seems like they're doing business with him now. what does that say to you? >> well, i think that they have changed their minds. again, elisabeth, isn't it obvious to all of us, even dr. kill any would have to say, it's going to be a big ratings night for "saturday night live" and nbc with donald trump on the air. >> all the outrage you want, but when you bring that kind of eyeballs. >> my guess is there would be protests outside the studio for that. >> good morning to both of you. good to see you. talk about bad timing, remember the kid who built that clock that looked more like a bomb, tells a brand new story that could humiliate the white house when that boy visits there
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. not a fan of the banks. they trample on the middle class. they control washington. why do they chain all the pens to the desk? what's the deal with e-mails anyway? i forgot my password the other day, so they'll say we'll e-mail you a new one. but i can't get into my e-mail to get the password. >> find out, it's phenomenal. i thought it was -- >> amazing.
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that's your shot of the morning. check out larry david doing a spot on bernie sanders. >> it's going to be on every single week doing that. he's going to do the bernie sanders with what happened with sarah palin. >> hand gestures, the podium. everything was spot-on. >> no doubt. it took a turn here. now we're going to talk about this. the worst timing ever it's being called. clock boy, remember the little boy who got arrested ahmed. >> everyone thought it looked like a bomb. tonight the probable o. -- he was just posing in pictures with the sudanese leader wanted for mass genocide. this is the photo here with ahmed's arm around this leader whose people say he's killing his own. >> omar al bashir, he was charged with genocide in 2008 for this little problem in darfur where he killed thousands of people and opposed the
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democratic government of sudan. >> the president of the voices for sudan say people will look at this now being used as a political ploy. this man accused of genocide, turning him into a hero. they're looking for ways to improve relations with the united states and using this to do it. >> the white house didn't see this coming. who saw it coming to begin with? he's a 14-year-old boy. whatever happened, happened. he's now on a world tour to address racism. these are adults manipulating a 14-year-old boy, putting him in front of a sudanese lead who are is charged by the international criminal court with mass genocide, taking photos and coming back. someone is taking advantage of this situation to exploit him. >> among those being lured with a clock that looked like a bomb, bill maher and mark cuban said i don't blame authorities for acting with all the school shootings and the damage done. if you're a cop, maybe you reacted in a way to avoid a massacre. >> another example where the
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white house wants it in a narrative. right there. >> talk about a narrative. heather childress is here for heather naught with something to read for us. >> thank you very much. we have headlines we're following. a detroit pastor is forced to shoot and kill a man when he storms into sunday services armed with a brick. investigators say that the pastor opened fire when the unidentified intruder started making threats. he later died at the hospital. >> it appears that an individual having an issue, the pastor of the church has had several issues in the past. >> police are now questioning the pastor. hillary clinton may not be the only one with e-mail woes. a high school hacker telling the new york post that he hacked into john britain's personal aol accounts. according to the post, the account may have contained classified information, including social security numbers of top security officials. the teen confirming his exploits by posting a portion of the
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stolen documents on his twitter account. the cia is now investigating those claims. a group of massachusetts boy scouts are being called heroes after saving a hiker. >> linked our arms together, she then sat down. we maneuvered around certain rocks. >> no marte the situation, you're always helping somebody in need. >> the group of boys put their first aid merit badges to good use after discovering a hiker on a mountain in new hampshire who has fallen and sprained her ankle. for five hours and two miles of tough terrain, the scouts helped her to the bottom where she was taken to the hospital. good for them. lots of heroes. back to you guys. >> great work by that scout team. >> see stories like that and i want a boy scout. you see them all the time. they know what to do. >> the military, too. >> meanwhile, 24 minutes before the top of the hour. maria molina, the first time i feel bad for you in a long time. it's actually cold out and you're in the elements. >> you feel bad for me a lot more the next few months. it's going to keep getting
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colder out here. for this week, we expect a brief warmup in the temperatures across the east. we saw snow over the weekend across the interior northeast and also lake ontario, some areas picked up to 9 inches of snow that accumulated on the ground. significant in some spots, otherwise, a light dusting for most of the region across interior parts of northeast. you can see the temperatures today are going to stay quite chilly. a high temperature of 53 degrees in new york. 49 in boston. the good news it's not going to be as windy today. it won't feel as cold. by tomorrow and also wednesday, temperatures will be rebounding a little bit better. 70s and 50s forecast acrs t. taking a look at radar, quiet conditions in the plains but the rain conditions. flash flooding across nevada over the weekend. let's head back inside. >> thank you, maria. it's easy to check food labels for dangerous or unhealthy ingredients but what about everywhere else, family
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gatherings, restaurants. for people with allergies like me, specifically when it comes to gluten, our next guest came up with a sure fire way to test the safety of any food anywhere. we're joined with a product. >> am i saying that properly? >> right now, you're going to start this test for us and explain it. this is supposed to be one of the easiest ways to test glute then food. >> exactly. >> you're working on other allergi allergies. we already put a food sample in here. put it in the sensor and turn it on. then in a few minutes, we'll know yes or no whether or not at least 20 parts per million of gluten was in that sample. >> that's the amount that can do harm to your intestinal wall. >> it takes a few minutes. so we'll do, if you're eating out in the uncontrolled eating environments, you're not sure, it's gluten-free, you're wondering, is it? you want extra data beyond the menu or beyond what people say. we spent two years creating this detection.
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you take a sample of food and put it in this disposable capsule. >> you're crushing it like a screw into the hole. >> then you turn the capsule all the way and place the capsule in this sensor and then a few minutes, you know yes or no. this is going to just basically run through. >> i'm seeing something blinking on the first test. what is that symbol? >> this is going to show us if it's gluten-free. it's a smiley face. >> this one is gluten-free. you see a smiley face. >> then it cycles into a sad face and it shows -- a smiley face shows gluten-free, sad face shows gluten in it. >> my issue going into our -- i'm you're faced with someone telling you there's no gluten in it and then you go home and you're sick. are you working on items like this that can detect other allergens as well? >> exactly. we're taking a disposable and doing it for peanut and dairy to
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launch in 2017. a lot of other proteins that we're interested in developing. >> how accurate is this? >> right now we're developing for 99.5% accuracy. we'll be validating a that with third parties. we're planning to ship the product by next year. >> when is this available for everyday people. >> we're pre-selling tomorrow. it will be shipped by mid next year. >> if anyone is. >> nima sensor.com. >> make a big difference when you're out and about. you want the freedom to know that you and your kids are safe when it comes to food. >> thank you very much. >> did we get a smiley face or frown on the first test? what came through here? >> it's still running. >> you can see the two smiley face here and sad face here and this one is still going. >> still checking. one gluten-free. i'll post the results on our "fox and friends." thank you so much. >> great to be here.
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>> fun innovation. coming up, brian, what do you have? >> by the way, this is gluten-free couch as well. not only a table. >> we'll have to do double-checks on that. meanwhile, let me tell you what's straight ahead. the new thriller that takes viewers back to the cold war. >> russians want their men back before he cracks. >> they want you to negotiate the swap. >> but this bridge of spies correctly portray our relationship with russia, then the soviet union. we'll ask a former spy. coming up in 20 minutes, donald trump will join us live. you won't want to miss it. 40% on detroit, at one point, did not work. you had some blocks and you had major thoroughfares and corridors that were just totally pitch black. those things had to change.
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punt against the patriots in the dpee flatgate rematch. hoping the patriots pull off a win. one of the worst plays you'll ever see. pats are 5-0. the colts aren't. the seahawks with this flea flicker trick play. touchdown against the panthers. very impressive. but this would not be enough. the panthers go on a fourth quarter rally and beat the seahawks 27-23. remain undefeated. look at this incredible catch by marvin jones of the bengals. into the end zone he goes. the bengals win against the bills. 34-21. sorry rex. now to more serious stuff. 15 minutes before the top of the hour. the new thriller, bridge of spies takes us back to the cold war era telling us the story about a new york attorney with a showdown between russia and the united states. watch. >> soviet spy. >> but there's say wrinkle. they got a spy pilot.
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>> head full of information. the russians want their man back before he cracks. we want you to negotiate the swap. >> i'm an insurance lawyer. i'm not sure i want to pick that up. >> are you good at what you do? >> this will be a first for the both of us. >> but is this film an accurate depiction of the historical events? if so, what does it say about your relations with russia today? joining me is scott yu linger, he was in the cia in 1996. spent 12 years of his career inside the former soviet union. scott, accurate? you saw the movie. >> yes. i thought it was a very good movie. it's been one of steven spielberg's best movies in the last 15 years or so. i thoroughly enjoyed it and it was quite accurate. >> as you look at it, it was accurate. are you happy the way he was portrayed. you always worry about that. the soviet union, you were there. you say it's easier for them to spy on us than we to spy on them. why? >> right. because open societies always
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have a disadvantage against closed society this is espionage. it's easier for the russians to spy on like america than for america to spy a closed society like russia. that's why, for example in the movie, we developed an aircraft because we needed to compensate for the lack of spies on the ground. we employed satellites. >> in russia, we hear, don't worry about them. they're ecomony is contracting. their military is small. they getting a different review. >> exactly. >> there's immutable truths about russia and the russian american relationship. one is that russia remains the only country that did destroy the united states in one afternoon. both sides have more than 2,000 nuclear weapons. that's a lot better than the cold war peak of 18,000 nuclear weapons. that fact alone, russia is always going to be a primary concern to the united states.
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>> they always look at us as a rival? >> exactly. they always function as a spoiler to us in our relations with other countries. >> can you tell me about the russian mind-set. you know the soviet mind-set, the crews chef -- >> putin himself is a kgb retired officer. he maintains the mind-set of a typical russian intelligence officer that was even depicted in the movie. these people are tough negotiators. and they're not going to relent. they're going to push every negotiation to get what they want out of it. they're going to push every situation. putin is an opportunist. he's taking advantage of u.s. weakness in the middle east and seizing his opportunity as any good intelligence officer would. >> real quick, is it putin's image or russia's? >> the mentality is generally the same. certainly within the kgb it's always going to be the same.
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>> as great as that movie was, it was still third at the box office. some jack black movie finished on top of it. thanks for your service sir. >> thank you. 12 minutes before the top of the hour. an elementary school aide turns into a hero when she foils an attempted kidnapping. how she saved an 11-year-old girl. that story is next. plus, a whole new meaning to the phrase baby registry. parents are creating online profiles for their unborn children. is this clever? kurt the cyber guy will saunter his way in. he knows a lot about computers. from killing reagan to today's political power players bill o'reilly gives me his take on the candidates that he thinks are real contenders. special edition of "the real story" today at 2:00.
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well, listen to this. there's a recent tech trend among soon-to-be parents giving the word baby registry a whole new meaning. >> before babies are born parents are scooping up e-mail addresses and domain names to create an online profile for their children. is this crazy or clever? of course we'll ask kurt the cyber guy to explain how this works. >> you just had baby number three. >> number three. >> congratulations. >> are you jumping on this track? >> you're so late to the game. i'm so sorry. good morning to you. we're talking about a new trend. this is wild. so you're about to have a child or thinking down the road you'll have the next one. oh, wait, that's later.
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no announcement as of yet. we're talking about a trend that people are doing now where they're reserving social media names and web domains for their children before they're even born, and now this is not only a trend, it's sort of a must do in life. you have a child. you reserve their name online. now so that when they grow up later, they have it and what you want is the first name and last time, dot-com ideally but that doesn't always work out because names are taken. what you should do, go to twitter, instagram, facebook, linkedin, you want them all and we have them on our website later the entire list, keep the name the same no matter what name you come up with, whether you use a middle initial, whatever you do, stay current with the information, because what can happen is, someone will actually namejack you. you forget as a parent oh my gosh we signed up, paid for five years but they expire, someone
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goes and takes your child's name later, and you're caught into a battle of having to go to companies like godaddy and they'll offer an appraisal for what the name is to buy back, on average under $100 but some parents paid up to $5,000 to get your baby's name back. yes, yes. >> wait a second, you're saying to keep the same name, have the same name across all social media fronts? >> yes. if you can get the web domain, so first name, last name or first name middle name last name, whatever variation it is, try to keep it the same across the board. >> this is a new must. there's no equivalent to this in years past. >> i guess the older version would be a myspace account? >> i wouldn't bother with that just yet. >> might be outdated later on. >> i don't think it will come back at the moment. >> there i was registering for binky binkies. now have to register for e-mail
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domains. >> it started as a tongue and cheek thing and people are actually using it to find out how to name their baby when there is a waeb address. adriana would be one, hass hasselbeck. >> i'm not announcing anything. there's no baby name needed. >> are you sure? >> i'm positive. we're testing for gluten today and any other test has been done. no announcement today but this is a great thing for parents to know because along with this comes cyber security and the last thing you want to happen is someone taking your kid's anything. >> and representing something else. >> a lot of celebrities have been doing this because they can hijack the names for all the wrong reasons. thanks a lot. don't go anywhere, donald trump joins us live in just minutes. and bradley cooper says he will share his salary with his female co-stars after jennifer
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lawrence says she got paid less in "american hustle." meagan mccain will join us live with reaction, coming up.
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so, i traded in my lederhosen for a kilt. ancestry has many paths to discovering your story. get started for free at ancestry.com. good morning to you. it is monday, october 19th. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. fox news alert, terror at an israeli bus terminal. palestinian armed with a knife and a gun. one person is dead, as a wave of violence rolls on, the latest from the middle east just ahead. and donald trump doubles down in his heated bat well jeb bush claiming he could have stopped the 9/11 hijackers if president trump were in the white house. >> i doubt that those people would have been in the country. >> trump here live in seconds from now. plus doctors issuing a terrifying new warning for parents across the country, giving children their own cell phones could lead to text neck.
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what you need to know to keep your kids safe. i do know that mornings are better with "friends." ♪ ♪ watch me whip, watch me n nae nae ♪ ♪ now watch me, watch me >> they will dance before practice, after practice, during games, even when plays are about to be snapped. >> they are arguably the best play of the game, it's the milford mighty mites. >> doing the worm i love it. >> break a leg right there. >> we're going to get a chance to talk to the mighty dance moves from massachusetts. >> and their coach steve scioli who will be joining us. >> in case you missed it that is the team about to run a play,
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all of a sudden the music went on the p.a. system, half the team started dancing. for those who think that sports became too much fun for kids and too serious and not having enough fun this is the counter to that mind-set. >> with an endorsement from their great coach. we can't wait to talk to them today. but first we bring in 2016 presidential candidate donald trump. good morning to you sir. >> good morning. >> it's a busy day for you today. you are now set poised to defend your comments about george w. bush not preventing the terror attack on 9/11 and saying that you could have stopped that attack. do you still stand by those statements? >> well i think i could certainly have maybe done a lot better. look, if you look at it, jeb, during the debate said "my brother kept us safe." i said to myself i didn't want to embarrass him that night, i said he kept us safe? we lost the world trade center september 11th, his brother was president and the world trade center came crashing down with 3,000 lives and all of the problems ensuing.
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it was a total catastrophe, the worst attack in the history of our country, and i think that if my immigration policies, because as you know i've been by far the strongest on immigration of all of the candidates, of everybody, including the democrats, who are very weak on that, but if my immigration policies were in effect, i don't know that that would have happened, because i have very, very strong immigration. i'm not just talking about the southern border, i'm talking generally speaking. come into the country legally. if my immigration policies were in effect. one other thing i have to say if you remember back on that time and i'm going to check it today, yia director george tenet knew in advance there would be an attack. he said it later during the various things but he knew in advance there was going to be an attack. >> if you counter him and he gets mad at you, i don't know, you and i disagreed on this for about three years and we still talk and you still come on the
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show. so that is not true about you being thin skinned, but i will say this. if you really wanted to stop bin laden, when he declared war on us in 19 6 you would have taken him serious and killed him. we had multiple chances of '96 to 2000 and didn't take it. "bin laden determined to attack the u.s. at home." didn't say where, who, didn't show that plot. i this i in retrospect, donald trump, if you analyzed what, unless president trump walked in and said i need the fbi director here, and the cia director here. if you don't start merging and purges lists and getting on the same page we'll be in trouble. unless did you that, you wouldn't have stopped the attack because that was the problem. they both knew these guys were here but they didn't know what they were capable of because the agencies weren't talking to each other. >> brian i'm okay with that and i agree with everything you say. go back into history which was a dark and sad history, the fbi, the nsc and the cia were not talking to each other.
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do you remember that? they didn't like each other. everybody was messed up. the cia director george tenet again, he stated that there was absolutely no communication between the three primary agencies, and that that was a really big problem. they weren't talking to each other and it's hard to remember back that far but i have a very good memory. they were not talking to each other and it came out as a major problem. now, then you go back just a little bit further and advance it. why did we attack iraq? because when this happened, number one, there were no weapons of mass destruction which was a horrible -- >> what if there were? >> no, there were no weapons of mass destruction number one and number two, there are many other things, but when the terrorists dropped off their okay, those families a couple of days before, maybe even the day before the attack, those families went back to saudi arabia. they didn't go back to iraq. they went back to saudi arabia. so why did weigh tack iraq and now we have the mess with the
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whole middle east is screwed up because we destroyed iraq. >> mr. trump i'll point you here to pete who is actually facing more on the ground. >> mr. trump you want to fight this battle on advantageous terrain vis-a-vis iraq, although if you are pointing back to what we talked about before, only two of the 19 hijackers were here illegally, had visas that were not legal at the time. how would your program have specifically prevented these men from coming to america and perpetrating this attack, while there may have been some intelligence was certainly not clear? >> because my standards were much higher for visas if you look at what i'm doing. my standards are much higher for visas, number one. number two, we'd have a massive whistleblower system which you have to have. it's hard to believe you had 18 or 19 people and nobody, nobody knew what they were doing. they were working all, you know, they were all over the place, they were learning about
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airplanes, they were flying airplanes. you have to have some kind of a whistle-blower system for this stuff so we find out about it. we had no whistle-blower system, but when you look back, look, after the attack, we did the wrong thing because we went after destabilized, we didn't like sd sd but it was a hell of a lot better than than -- we spent $2,000 in iraq. >> looking at iraq debated books on books on 9/11 and the 9/11 report that goes into detail. if you have the 2015 mind-set and you could put it in 2000, a lot of the stuff you're saying is valid but if you put us back in 2000, you look at the debates between gore and bush, they weren't even talking al qaeda. . in the big picture the systems put in place during the bush years were still ben fitting from, in terms of tracking down al qaeda. >> do you deny that? >> but brian, if you go back -- i can only, yes, elisabeth, i can only speak to myself.
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if you go back to 2003 and 2004, now i wasn't a politician, so i didn't get the kind of publicity. it wasn't a subject. i had a huge article in "reuters" saying don't tack iraq because you're going to destabilize the middle east. iran is going to take over the middle east and i got a lot of credit later on i got a lot of credit for that. i was opposed to it. now i'm the most milististic person this there is. >> what does that mean? >> i want to have a strong military so that nobody messes with us and i'll have the strongest military, but you have to know when to use it. when you did iraq, when you knocked the power from iraq, you had these two equal powers, iran and iraq. when you took away, when you decapitated one the other one is now taking over the middle east. >> not one thing that you're saying is inaccurate, however you should also understand to say bush lied is a michael moore line, to look at hosni mubarak who told us they were there, to england, france, every
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intelligence network said they had weapons of mass destruction. it's where they were and how much they had. when it exposed and unwound, we could look back and say there's no weapons of mass destruction. but for ten years they're shooting at our planes, creating havoc in the region. in retrospect there are some things at issue but the big picture i have this question for you. why would you pick this argument, because this is a michael moore leftist "i hate everything republican" argument. why would you take this? >> actually i didn't take this argument. i'm not blaming anybody. i don't like to go back and blame. i like to look to the future. i'm not blaming anybody. the only thing i said, well, you know, he said we were safe. well the fact is, we had the worst attack in the history of our country during his reign. jeb said we were safe during his reign, that wasn't true and the only thing i pointed out. i'm not blaming anybody and i'm not blaming george bush although if you look at his three primary agencies they hated each other, they weren't talking. it wasn't they weren't talking
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about any mistake, they hated each other and a good leader would make sure they get along and talk and lots of other things happen. with all of that being said, i'm not blaming anybody, but the statement was made that, during, at the debate, "during my brother's reign" essentially, "during my brother's reign we were safe." well, we weren't safe because the world trade center came down and 3,000 lives were lost and lots of other bad things happened. >> post-9/11 many people, many americans would say president george w. bush did everything in his power and did indeed keep us safe, free from another attack. you would not deny that would you? >> well we attacked a different country which i think was the wrong dri. attacking iraq was a huge mistake. >> did he keep us safe at home? >> well we haven't had a major problem at home, i agree with that. i never disagreed with that but we attacked a country we spent $2 trillion attacking a country and you know what we have for it right now? zero. >> we could have had more. we won that war, if the surge
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worked like in all military escapades with america, we get it wrong in the beginning and get it right at the end and it was thrown in the street. i want to bring you to something less impact but means a lot for the race. nbc said we want donald trump to host "saturday night live," a latino group are putting pressure on nbc to drop you as the host. here's the quote from this national hispanic leadership group "we're appalled that you would enable trump's hateful speech for nothing more than a ratings ploy and ask that you rescind the snl imi havation." >> these groups are out for themselves. i know all about the groups. i'm leading in the polls with the hispanics. you look at nevada, i'm leading in the polls with the hispanics because i produce jobs and they know it. i have thousands of hispanics that work for me. my relationship to hispanics is i think better than those groups. those groups are looking to fund raise. i know all about those groups. i had one of them come up to my office, practically the first thing he said was gee whiz,
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would you like to join? i said how much is it? i think he said from $25,000 to $2 million. >> these people already turned on you and dumped you once. are you concerned -- >> they dumped the miss universe pageant, not me. ""the apprentice" they were begging me to do it. they renewed it and were begging me and they'd take me right now and get rid of arnold schwarzenegger if i wanted to do it. that i can tell you. we chose arnold schwarzenegger as you know i have a very big piece of that show, which a lot of people don't know, with he took arnold schwarzenegger, put him in there and i hope he's going to do well. but they did drop the miss universe. i then had, as you know, i sued them. i ended up buying their piece, i ended up then selling it for a tremendous amount of money and it came out very nicely. now, as far as the hispanics, these groups, i know these groups. if you talk to these groups, you will find what are they looking for? it's the same all over.
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so i think that frankly i think the ratings are going to be through the roof. loren michaels is a smart guy, nbc are smart each. >> they're not going to ban you, drop you? >> if they want to do a show with one-third the ratings they might do that. you know, that's -- no, i doent' see that at all. i know these groups and i will tell you, i have thousands of hispanics working for me. they love me. i'm winning polls with this. in nevada, brian, you look right now at nevada, right now i just won the poll yesterday. >> you did. >> i just won the poll with the hispanics. >> right. it's a remarkable story and even chris wallace said this weekend he could see you becoming president. thanks so much for joining us, donald trump. >> thank you very much. >> 13 minutes after the hour. straight ahead, brand new violence breaking out in israel as we speak. is the president dropping the ball? the point man for the peace process under two past presidents including president obama will join us next. hillary clinton has a new unlikely enemy, the girl scouts?
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others hurt after this vicious stabbing at a bus station in southern israel. the late's tack in a growing wave of violence that left 40 dead. yesterday israeli police began erecting a brand new wall hoping to block a barrage of fire bombs and stone attacks, an attack that president obama, secretary of state clinton and john kerry refuse to call terrorism and. my next guest was the point man for the peace process for george bush and bill clinton. "doomed to succeed" is in stores now. joining us ambassador dennis ross. ambassador, is there something america could do to stop the random stabbings and shootings? >> it's not easy at this point because a lot of this is individuals acting most of them between the age of 15 and 25. they are incited to do this by a mythology that somehow the israelis are trying to change the status quo on what's known as the temple mount. what we could do is make it
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clear the incitement has to stop. >> what difference does it make? these people are stabbing people randomly in the streets or running over them with their cars. what difference can words from the white house mean? >> look, they can't make a huge difference but i think one thing you're trying to do is trying to get some of the arab leaders like king abdullah of jordan to acknowledge there's no effort made by the israelis to change the status quo on the temple mount. you have these 15 to 25-year-olds king this is for allah. they think they're protecting the mosque. >> what difference does it make if president obama and benjamin netanyahu are not getting along in if they were on the same page and able to call it terrorism, would that have an effect on the random hits? >> i don't think it changes it immediately but what you don't want to do is create the appearance of such a difference that it also begins to create a license, a license for those who think that israel is fair game. that's one of the things we're contending with right now. >> there is a sense that
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secretary of state kerry is going to the region to settle things down. if you were to give him advice, what message would you tell him to have? >> what i'd like him to do is see if can he bring together king abdullah of jordan, prime minister netanyahu, and have them come out with a statement at the end acknowledging there will be no change in the status quo on the most sensitive religious site. >> which is all misinformation. the israelis weren't going to do this. this is a bad social media rumor that these stabbings have been in reaction to. >> right, that's one of the ways to stop it is to make it clear it's not true. this has gone viral and taken on a life of its own. it's not the first time we've seen gentlemen ruse leem used to spike emotions to the point where you see mass killings. >> clinton, bush and obama said i need dennis ross on my side and all chronicled in this book "doomed to succeed." if you want the big picture and understand what's going on this is the book to get. ambassador ross great to see
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time for your news by the numbers. first, $77 billion. >> never been this hungover. >> i feel great. i ran 5k this morning. >> really? >> no, i threw up in the shower. >> a new study from the cdc reveals unproductive hungover workers cost u.s. employers $77 billion a year but not here today this morning. next, 400 feet, how long this baguette is, which is baked at the this year's milan expo. it took 60 french and italian
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bakers seven hours to bake and has been named the longest in the world and will take just a bit of time to eat soon i believe. ♪ cause baby now we got bad blood ♪ ♪ you know we used to be bad love ♪ finally $1 million a day, that's around how much taylor swift has been earning in 2015 so far netting $317 million bucks, that makes her the highest paid musician in the world. >> amazing. >> amazinamazing. take a look closely at these shocking x-rays. look here, kids as young as 7 years old developing spinal problems from bending over their smartphones for several hours a day. it's a condition that doctors are now calling text neck. the human head is about 10 pounds to 12 pounds. bending it can apparently raise that the equivalent of 60 pounds on the weight of your neck. for a 7-year-old that's like carrying around another 7-year-old on his next. text neck can cause mussel
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strain, pinched nerve, herniated disk, headaches, anxiety and depression. even heart rate and blood pressure are affected. here with important tips dr. kelly sturette, co-founder of mobility wad joins us at "fox & friends." doctor, what are we doing about text neck? the x-ray, the proof is in it. >> good morning. this isn't new news. your mom has been saying sit up since you were a little kid. the idea though is that we don't have a basic set of software to run this mechanical hardware. people doing this have been in this position for a long time. the x-ray has given us superman vision and people are freaking out a little bit. >> i can't get this visual out of my head that you put foordrw in some research. the equivalent of a 7-year-old hanging from a 7-year-old's neck, the weight, every angle that you're looking down creates more weight added to the neck.
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what do we do to correct this? use the three-hand rule you say. what does that mean? >> if you took your belt buckle and bottom of your rib cage and if you were standing up your head is in good position that sets a relationship between the three big body parts and your spinal position. if you try to maintain that integrity, then all of a sudden you're in a good position. when you hold your phone if you think imagining not trying to violate those relationships, a lot of this problem goes away. technology is not going away for our children. the kaiser family foundation said kids are spending between 8 and 18 about 7 1/2 hours a day. we're not getting technology out. remind our kids that if you're in the position where the hands are coming together and any one of the landmarks we need to remind our kids to get back up. put the phone here, put a pillow in your lap and start to solve some of these problems. it feels a little bit dorky at first but when you're not hunched over and bent like a
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broken rainbow you'll thank yourself. >> i'm thinking aply the retromessage to the kids about posture with the phone. what do you do if the kid doesn't do it, take the phone away? >> i have two daughters and we're not teching agnostic in the house. we say we tell you how to sleep, eat and dress yourself, this is how you inoculate your body against the ill effects of working with the modder world. when our kids we find them in a bad position we remind them that's not what our family does and the second violation, tech goes away for the day. the third time the kid gets the phone back they are in immaculate position. >> text correct when they're doing, i'll use my ipad as an example, up here. does that get your approval, doctor? >> that's exactly right and rolling your shoulders back and bring it to your face. >> a little off. i'll work on this so i don't get text neck. doctor, thank you for your tips today to keep our kids safe as well. now this coming up, an
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♪ now watch me whip, now watch me nae nae ♪ ♪ now watch me whip, now watch me nae nae ♪ >> how incredible is your shot this morning, looking at the milford mighty mites football team, as well-known for their great plays on the field as well as their dance moves. you see their nae nae, whip, sinking legs.
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>> very choreographed ain the point. >> we'll get a chance to speak with their coach steve. >> without pads. >> in 20 minutes we'll get a chance to talk to them and their coach. why they dance and play games. 20 minutes before the top of the hour, meagan mccain cannot do the nae nae. >> and don't ask me to do that. thank you for having me. we just spoke with donald trump doubling down on his comments that president george w. bush could have prevented the 9/11 attacks saying if donald trump were president that would never happened based on his immigration policy. this is what he said about the firestorm a couple minutes ago. >> we haven't had a major problem at home. debris with that. i never disagreed with that, not blaming anybody. the only thing i said, well, you know, he said we were safe. well the fact is, we had the worst attack in the history of our country during his reign. jeb said we were safe during his reign. that wasn't true and that's the
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ohm thi only thing i pointed out. i'm not blaming anybody and i'm not blaming george bush although if you look at his three primary agencies they hated each other. they weren't talking. they weren't talking by mistake, they hated each other and a good leader would make sure they get along and talk and lots of other things happened. >> still taking a shot there. >> i'm more concerned about who is going to continue to keep us safe. i have the utmost respect for president george w. bush. i believe he kept the country safe. if anything we should look at clinton administration's role in 9/11. president bush hadn't been president for that long. i don't love this inciting right now. i think jeb is going to defend his brother but we need to look forward on how we'll continue to keep america safe. >> your dad would be critical of republicans, too, even he was supportive of 9/11, but i remember in afghanistan when the war first started he said i'm not too convinced this strategy is correct. your dad had no problem when he saw something going wrong with his own party. >> criticism is fair all the way around obviously, that's what running for president is about.
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to say there wouldn't be a terrorist attack under my watch is a really slippery slope because again in the era of terrorism, people know much more about this than i do predicting it, i don't know how you can completely blame responsibility on former president bush. >> brian pressed mr. trump the emphasis on pre-9/11 using the michael moore talking points you should have seen it while ignoring the success of the surge. should candidates be focusing instead what an opportunity iraq could become? >> we should focus on the failures of the obama administration and why everything is a mess because he continues to pull troops out even in afghanistan. he does not have enough troops in right now. not keeping america safe. if anything we should focus on president obama and maybe president clinton's role leading up to 9/11. but i just really would like to focus on the future during this election. i don't think this kind of rhetoric is what's going to get us new hearts and minds looking at the republican party. >> such a stark contrast between the democrats talking about socialism and hillary clinton saying -- >> socialism.
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>> and that got the upstart for the 73-year-old and lincoln chafee and others. >> my, my, my socialism is what we're talking about. >> even france doesn't want socialism anymore. >> i host a radio show every weekday and i don't think people understand what socialism really means. people are caught up in the talking points, i'm going to give you free everything, there's going to be unicorns and everything will be perfect all the time. how are we going to pay for it and even bernie sanders who was on bill maher over him. bill maher pressed him, not somebody i would expect. >> he will not be honest and say what you take, 90% of what you earn. >> 90% of what you earn, think about that. is that american values? >> he's surging on the left. >> right, i mean, i like -- bernie sanders i think he's running to be a folk hero for hipsters and not taking it's serious as maybe i should. i can't take someone who goes in front of the american people and says "socialism is great. this is what the future of
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america should look like" and acts like it's something i should take seriously. >> bill maher questioned clock boy. >> aca med mohammad. >> he's set to meet with president obama but one photo we're going to put up now that will get him in big trouble or humiliate the white house. taking a photo with someone who has been accused and said to have committed genocide, mass genocide, and now this photo right here taken days before he's set to go in the white house. what does this mean? the white house even acknowledged this photo? >> i certainly hope the white house acknowledges it. i hate this story. when it first came out i remember seeing the picture of the case and thinking am i islamaphobic because this looks like a bomb? that would scare me, anyone, anywhere bringing a case with wires coming out of it. if it doesn't look like a bomb maybe try bringing that to the airport. you can't tell americans if you see something, say something in the era of terrorism. be careful, make sure it's
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politically correct when you see something and say something. this is really dangerous messaging from the white house as well and again we're talking about terrorism, we're talking about 9/11. >> and would be school attack which we're in the middle of. >> speaking of political correctness, actor bradley cooper is teaming up with female actresses saying they're not being paid the equivalent what he's being paid specifically and actress jennifer lawrence made $52 million last year. >> he'll give some of his pay for her? >> i'm all for women getting equal pay for men obviously but i also think women we have to fight for what we want. you have to fight for what you think your value is and not all of us have a bradley cooper here to bail us out and come in and get paid as much as i'm going to get paid. this is like hollywood fantasyland which is fantastic for jennifer lawrence and bradley cooper. for the average american woman working a normal job you have to go in to your employers and fight for what you think your worth is for better or worse. >> she did star in "the american
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hustle." >> the one she said she didn't get paid enough in. >> she blames herself for not asking for more. >> that i also, you know, where were her agents in this? that's my other thing. anyone who works in television as agents, why weren't they fighting harder for you, get better representation? i don't know. >> meagan mccain thank you. >> thank you so much. >> thank you for your agents for getting you here. >> right. heather you have something important to tell us. >> we have headlines we've been following all morning for you.. we begin with the fox news alert, a minnesota sheriff's deputy shot dead when the convicted felon he was guarding at a hospital steals his gun and then opened fire. deputy steven sandberg was wrapping up his shift outside suspect danny hammond's room, when hammond got up out of bed and stole his weapon. hospital security used a taser on hammond and he later died at the hospital. deputy sandberg had been with the aiken county sheriff's department since 1981. he leaves behind a wife and a daughter.
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an elementary school worker in california becomes a hero after preventing an attempted kidnapping. sandra ferguson an aide at sutter elementary in antioch was driving to work when she noticed an 11-year-old student sitting in a strange man's car in a driveway. she knew something wasn't right, she quickly stepped in. >> i said sweetheart, is that your dad and she told me, no, he's my friend. and i said, no, he's not. he's not your friend. i put my car in front of his car, i blocked him, and i told her you get out of the car right now. >> well, 51-year-old this man, san diego salazar is now behind bars. police say he pulled the girl into his car by her wrist. the school, the girl's family, all of them thankful for ferguson's vigilant eye. senate chuck schumer warnings parents about the dangers of halloween face paint. the new york democrat says that some brands that are made in china can contain metals like nickel, cobalt or chromium, and can be harmful to children.
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the fda doesn't do routine test of the makeup and parents should check out all the glitter, the lipstick, other cosmetics before applying them to your child's face. and make sure that they were not made in china. and finally, one reason why alex rodriguez shouldn't stick to or should stick to baseball. he can't throw a football. during his first day at fox sports, the yankee slugger throws a football but instead of getting to fox nfl insider jake glazer, he destroys a tv. a-rod was hired as an analyst for the baseball playoffs and there's your look at headlines. >> fantastic. you take the only non-football player, send him out on a pattern and wonder why he doesn't make the catch. >> got a serious arm. >> right. heather, thanks for that. ever write a bad review online? now you can get sued for it. >> oh no. this pee-wee football team has gone viral after doing the nae nae right on the field. the entire team will join us
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warming and scientists say there's no data linking the two. how about that? brian? the reviews you rely on to purchase stuff from amazon.com may be fake. the tech giant suing more than 1,000 people to stop the disturbing trend. fox news business reporter jolee kent is live with us. >> they have a full team at amazon dedicated to combating fake reviews. they're launching a campaign against these fake reviews, the e-commerce giant filed a lawsuit late friday in seattle against more than 1,000 anonymous defends they call john does, accused of selling fake reviews of products sold on amazon. many allegedly offer four or five-star reviews of the products on the e-commerce side. cyber, a site filled with listings for odd jobs can actually make these reviews happen, products can purchase
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them and silverified reviews that could be considered more trustworthy. amazon sued other websites for posting false reviews and amazon says this suit against individuals is just the next step according to amazon, most of the defendants wrote reviews for $5. this violates the terms of use which ban any fake reviews and violate washington state consumer protection laws. f fiverr says it only allows verifiable reviews posted. amazon says it allows people to use ip addresses that allow them to remain anonymous. >> so they want these reviews to matter. >> of course. >> this is a show. they want you to talk about this, want us to talk about it to scare people into not doing it. >> remember, so many of the amazon products thaw buy at home are based on reviews. >> i do it all the time. i look at the reviews and the
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stars. >> there's 100 million reviews on the site. they have an entire team to fight the fake reviews because if they become, their credibility is lacking of course we'll be more skeptical and buy less stuff on amazon. >> their volume of sales is something they need to protect. >> it is huge. they have new competition now from walmart and many other brick and mortar stores that want your business. >> jo, thanks. great to see you. >> great to have you in here. straight ahead he's the director of the cia but did john brennan get hacked by a self-proclaimed high school stoner? next watch them whip, watch them nae nae. they're going to join us live for an encore performance next. ♪ watch me whip, now watch me nae nae ♪ ♪
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now for the answer to the "fox & friends" trivia question, the answer is ty pennington, 51 years old today and our winner is gordy from maine. thanks for writing in. you'll get a copy of bri ab's newest book "thomas everyand the tripoli pirates" available november 2nd. looks fantastic. >> it is fantastic. ♪ now watch me whip, now watch me nae nae ♪ ♪ now watch me whip, watch me nae nae ♪ >> i could watch this all day. pee-wee football team from
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massachusetts gaining internet fame for breaking out in dance when the hit song "watch me" comes on the stadium speakers. >> i blame the p.a. system. joining us is coach steve scioli, one of his players jackson rose. we've been watching the mighty mites from milford dance all morning long. coach, welcome. >> good morning, good morning, thanks for having us. >> mighty mites can you hear you, you happy to be up with us? >> get it up, let's get it up, boys. >> hoo, hoo, hoo, hoo, hoo, hoo, hoo! >> morning show energy right there. >> that gets the blood pumping right there. >> coach, we've all loved this video so it's totally unscripted. did you have any idea they'd play the song at halftime or did it take you by surprise like everybody else? >> you know something? the song took me by surprise but at the end of the day, i mean when they hear music they're going to dance. they love it. they have a lot of fun together. great bunch of kids. >> they sure are.
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jackson rose one of your players that's right there? jackson, can you hear me? >> he's right in the front, 57. >> hey there, jackson. number 57, glad to have you here. how much did you like doing the whip and nae nae on the field with your team? >> great. ay-yi-yi. >> jack sown when i watched the video i can see number 57 the entire time leading the charge. did you know you were the leading and it was coming? >> yes, i was. no one's ever said that yet. >> coach, were you surprised as to how much, how many people followed this and just absolutely loved seeing your team have fun? >> you know something, i couldn't believe it. it was absolutely amazing. 6 million hits on youtube. these kids at the end of the day they're all superstars to us. it's just great to have
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everybody else see it. >> coach in the time in which everyone is saying fun is coming out of the games for kids, how have you managed to run a complicated sport like football and still keep it to the point where they can dance and you don't have veins popping out of your neck? >> there are days where we have the veins coming out of our foreheads and neck but other days if we can teach him something and have as much fun as they have we accomplished our goal. >> that's why the video resonated so much, pure fun on the field not scripted. jackson, you're the ring leader on the nae nae, will you show america right now how it's done? because we need the textbook example with your teammates of the dance. can you give us to us again? >> show them how it's done. >> hi guys, ready? ♪ ♪ now watch me whip, now watch
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me nae nae ♪ ♪ now watch me whip, watch me nae nae ♪ ♪ now watch me whip, watch me nae nae ♪ now is watch me whip, watch me nae nae ♪ ♪ ooh, watch me, watch me ♪ ooh, watch me, watch me ♪ ♪ ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ watch me, watch me ♪ do the broken leg >> that's amazing. it's going to get colder and colder out there on sundays. >> thank you so much for joining us in the morning. pleasure to have you on. >> how much fun, a little whip. on another note the war of the words escalating between donald trump and jeb bush. has their feud finally gone too far? great baier joins us live at the top of the hour. thursday night football, how
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see car insurance in a whole new light. liberty mutual insurance. good morning, to you. it is monday, october 19th, i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. this say fox news alert. israel under attack. a palestinian terrorist storms a bus station, killing an israeli soldier in the latest wave of violence, gripping the middle east. fresh reaction from washington ahead. the war of words between jeb bush and donald trump escalates. donald trump now says he could have stopped the 9/11 hijackers. >> i doubt that those people would have been in the country. >> on live, trump doubled down live on friends. brett baier here to react in moments. parents, are you a little too involved in your kids'
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lives? >> i want her to have one healthy relationship in her life. >> stop being a helicopter mom. you're hovering. >> helicopter parents could be ruining children, even in the movies all the way through college. let me remind you in case anyone asks, mornings are better with "friends," we were thinking us. thank you for joining us at this 8:00 a.m. hour on the east coast and happy birthday to steve doucy. he got to play some good golf with his family and welcome to pete hegseth who joins us and great baier good morning to you. >> good morning. >> great to see you. >> i saw that tweet from steve on the golf course. >> he had a great day. >> looking good. >> he's almost ready for you, brett. not many people at fox can play with brett baier. >> ooh, trash talking.
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speaking of, donald trump escalating the verbiage here when it comes to george w. bush our former president not handling 9/11 well and saying he could have done it better preventing attacks. watch this. >> i think i could certainly have maybe done a lot better. my immigration policies were in effect. i don't know that that would have happened because i would, i have very, very strong immigration. i'm not just talking about the southern border, i'm talking generally speaking. i'm not blaming anybody, but the statement was made that, during, at the debate, during my brother's reign essentially, during my brother's reign, we were safe. well, we weren't safe because the world trade center came down and 3,000 lives were lost and lots of other bad things happened. >> what do you think, brett? >> yes, so listen, i think that this is really an interesting tact because it started with a question to bloomberg friday and donald trump doubled down over the weekend, really tripled down
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on your show and it raises this whole question about fighting 9/11 and the security after 9/11 and what it does is it draws jeb bush into this battle with donald trump defending his brother. that's a position probably mr. trump likes to see jeb bush in. you would think this would raise all kinds of controversies in the republican party by going down this route, but you know, for donald trump, he says things that are controversial in the party, but don't seem to affect him in the polls and i bet you this is one of them as well. >> is this indicative of his long-term site on the general election? is he being presumptive here? i'll be the nominee and lay the groundwork against hillary clinton because she supported our move into iraq. >> i think so. it lays his predicate that he wants to say that he was against the iraq war from the beginning. i will say he points back to 2004, after the war started, and
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this reuters article and then there is something in 2003 where he's on a red carpet and says it's a mess. but i don't know if we found anything prior to the war beginning in 2003 yet documented where donald trump is laying out his foreign policy thoughts, as a reality tv star. i think that he has really connected and when he says something like this, it really forces other candidates to react, too. >> we did this over the weekend, they had the huge tony perkins event and he did get the biggest crowd, the biggest ovation and the longest line. everything he said in the superlatives, another case in which it added up and the polls show him on top. let's talk about what's unfolding in jerusalem and israel and the palestinians. more violence the soldier kid when a terrorist opens up foo irin a bus station today, just the latest, brett, as you know in the string of attacks by palestinians with using their cars, using knives and in some
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cases guns. secretary of state kerry is going over there but so far, not getting close to quelling the violence. what could the administration o do. >> the president talked about this at the news conference from i with the south korean president. he referred twice to it as random violence, and that raised some eyebrows and i think some israelis were upset saying this is not random, it's targeted violence. hamas calls for a day of rage and that ensues the rest of the day. i think there are promising signals from both sides, from netanyahu and abbas to sit down and talk but let's remember that the palestinians are split. you have abbas in the west bank, you have hamas in gaza, and mahmoud abbas doesn't necessarily speak for everyone when it comes to stopping the violence. >> brett, do you think this spal tinian/israeli issue ultimately becomes a campaign issue where
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it is right now? >> i think it potentially does, and some of the things this administration has done with the israeli, with the iran deal, with how they are perceived potentially reflects on the next democratic nominee, whether it be hillary clinton or potentially if joe biden gets in, obviously it would be a third term question. >> i think the democrats are going to have a hard time getting that traditional american jewish vote judging by the way the president has not gotten along with the prime minister of israel who seems more comfortable now in moscow than he does in america. >> he went there first before he came to the u.s., and i think that goes to the whole question of the geopolitical influence of vladimir putin in the middle east. >> you have selected your panel for tonight's special report? >> i have. it's on the calendar somewhere. i couldn't tell you who it is but charles will be here. >> that's all you need. >> we'll be watching.
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brett, see you then. >> all right, see you. >> all right, brett baier. up next with some headlines, heather. >> some stories we've been f following for you this morning. the fox news alert update, a minnesota sheriff's deputy shot dead when the convicted felon he was guarding at a hospital steals his gun and opens fire. deputy steven sandberg was wrapping up his shift outside suspect danny hammond's room when hammond got out of his bed and stole his weapon. hospital security use a taser on hammond and he later died at the hospital as well. deputy sandberg had been with the aiken county sheriff's department since 1981 and leaves behind a wife and a daughter. 9/11 terrorists could go to trial, a judge could decide today whether to continue the trial of five gio prisoners with ties to the attack. the case stalled 18 months ago when a lawyer revealed one of the members of his legal team were being questioned by the fbi
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for breach of security rules. the five defendants face terrorism charges and nearly 3,000 counts of murder. overnight a southwest plane forced to turn around after an in-flight fight. listen to this, the jetliner was heading from los angeles to san francisco when two of the passengers got into a violent attack with each other. police took one of the passengers off the plane after it landed back at lax. investigators still trying to figure out what sparked that fight but some reports say it was over leg room. and daniel murphy powers the mets to another big playoff win. >> that's in the air to right. that's pretty deep. that ball is gone! >> it's outta here. murphy homering for the fourth straight post season game. the mets win 4-1 and lead the nlcs 2-0. and there's your look at your headlines. >> they'll have a day off and play again on tuesday. pretty amazing, 14 home runs throughout the regular season
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and -- thank you, heather -- and he has four in this many games and needs a contract for next year. >> we have happy folks in the room. >> happy monday for mets fans. >> from baseball to football, is thursday night football a menace to american families? one wife expresses her at-home frustration, she's writing she's willing to respect her husband's love of the game on sundays and even give up mondays but the recent move to nfl thursday nights is ruining their relationship and she is putting her foot down. her name is march kohl markowitz. >> she feels when the games are on, no one talks to her, yes, no, who is winning, that's it. she'll give up sundays and sunday nights and monday nights but you can't, doesn't want to give up thursday. >> it's a penalty call and she's giving it. >> encroachment. >> if you're calling plays. she had this to say writing about it, this is the. ality known as encroachment. look i'm an understanding woman,
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all day sunday, sure. monday, okay, fine. but thursday night, too? nope, not happening. third day of football each week is where i draw the line. wow, we all draw a different line in this country when it comes to football, no doubt. we asked viewers for their response? >> they said i wouldn't want to live in a house where i couldn't watch my husband go bonkers enjoying football. cutest thing ever. >> cute when nothing gets done for seven, eight, nine, ten hours, lovely. leslie says there's too much football especially if your husband watches college, saturdays, too, and pro, adding thursday was beyond the pale. also the super bowl is now played in february instead of january. if it ever encroaches on valentine's day, women need to act and it will not be pretty. >> "it might be time for the wife to announce that she is a free agent and see if she gets picked up." >> ooh, personal foul on that e-mail right there. >> what you do is put your
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husband on waiver and see if he's claimed and see what happens if he gets claimed and then you see what you get in return. get a pick for next year. >> i like when they're fully distracted with the football game. i ask all the questions i want a yes to. >> oh, areal? >> what about this? >> you get him on the record. >> he chips in yes and i hold that against him. >> miss markowitz is living in the 1950s. 40% of nfl fans are women and out of those relationships of women get in the kitchen and men go watch football are 1950s >> it's not about -- >> it's not "leave it to beaver time." yesterday i was wearing a vikings jersey my wife made amazing sandwiches and watched the game. it's a family act. thursday night football i love it. >> i got to tell you it's just more football, bring me more. >> the thursday night is yet to be debated as we heard from our viewers there, because we're just ramping up for the weekend of football on thursday night. >> thursday night football is good if there's a hasselbeck in the game i get it.
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his alleged crime was immortalized in the gangster movie "good fellas." >> looks like a big one. >> oh! >> today trial begins for alleged mobster vincent asaro accused of pocketing a cut in one of the largest heists in american history. he managed to hide his involvement in the $6 million lufthansa robbery at jfk airport for decades before a witness turned on him.
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here with the inside story sal polici author of "the sinatra club: my life inside the new york mafia." welcome sal. >> good morning, brian, how are you? >> good, sal. i'm intrigued about this trial, isn't this a lay-up, the guy looks guilty? >> well, i got to tell you, you know, i was there and i was friends with tommy disimone, the character that pesci played and i knew about that robbery before it took place. what nobody really knows is they never figured that it was going to be $5.8 million and the character that de niro plays was an astute gangster and vicious and once the money got in their hands everybody went a little bit berzerk. jimmy started killing people and before you know it, we got 1,000 new york fbi agents so a lot of them out there in the park, it was just three blocks from where i live and we were within the whole element of that robbery.
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it was unbelievable what was going on then. so the entire community was fascinated with, enom yared with it. little did anybody know the fbi was saving this material. here we are 37 years later. of course the real question, brian, is like tom cruise said, "show me the money." where is the money? >> exactly. >> now we have modern technology, we've got forensics and i believe they're going to bring this case, you know, to court and to trial, and they're going to show that we have these new witnesses that weren't available 35 years ago. >> sal, look straight ahead. makes it look more like a conversation into the camera. >> all right. >> sal, here used to be an honor among thieves and that's the one thing that came out of this. you used to keep a secret and now everyone turned on each other, that's what comes out of this. >> absolutely. but you got to realize, brian, the whole thing was about greed, power, money, and murder, and so as the thing started to unfold,
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it just became so, the murders became so escalated with jimmy burke killing off all these people that the government was absolutely, the fbi was absolutely, you know, shocked by all these murders, so these things unfolded and after all these years, some of the witnesses are going to come up and give new information. it should be like a hollywood drama in this courtroom. >> right, i understand he even has tattoos that indicate he's in the mob. he can cover them up. in the end, i think that this is something that people are more interested in the information that comes out, then actually what happens to this guy, asaro, kr ekt correct? >> right. vinny was not the brightest crayon in the box he's 80 years old and like whity bulger, what is the government's intention to resolve and put closure into the case? we're talking about like nine murders. the statute of limitation on murder never runs out. i think we'll find out things
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that no one knew before. it should be a fascinating criminal case. >> just quick question about you. do you feel safe now that you came out as a former mobster and wrote a book? >> i feel so safe i do a friday night show in las vegas called "dinner with the mob" every friday night on stage an hour and a half brian and you're welcome to eat with us and enjoy the show. >> you look very natural in front of the camera. i appreciate the invitation. sal polisi, i could never be a made man because i'm half irish. >> we'll deal with that. >> i probably don't have that aspiration. sal, thanks so much. >> thanks, brian. >> good luck with your book. coming up straight ahead, do sex offenders have a constitutional right to hand out halloween candy? the case now headed to court. and parents, are you a little too close to your kids, elisabeth? our next guest says helicopter parenting is destroying an entire generation, pete. she has the tips to set up your kids for success.
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welcome back. time for a quick look at your headlines. it was the night "star wars" fans had been waiting for, a brand new "force awakened" trailer will be released during the week of monday night football and tickets released immediately after. lucas films gave fans a glimpse into how the latest installment may play out. larry david's portrayal of bernie sanders giving us a little too much into his private life. watch. >> i own one pair of underwear,
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that's it. some of these billionaires, they got three, four pairs. >> not only was bernie a fan of david's impression, he confirmed to reporters just yesterday that he got his second pair of underpants last week in case you were wondering. brian, i know you were worried. >> like the steinbrenner interpretation on "seinfeld." helicopter parents are sputtering out according to a former university dean who says parenting style is ruining a generation of children. >> here with more is that former dean of stanford university and mother of two children and author of "how to raise an adult." julie haines joins us now. good morning. >> good morning, elisabeth, pete and brian. thanks so much for having me. >> i've been accused of having a copter mom over my head. but you say we're overparenting, overprotecting, overdirecting
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and overhand holding. why are all those things bad? >> they all achieve a short term win for a kid. if you're overprotective you prevent a kid from skinning their knee. if you're overdirective you might force them toward getting a higher grade. if you're doing a lot of hand holding you're making life easier for them. there's a short term win but there's a long-term cost. if you keep doing that for your kid, your kid never has the skill to do it for themselves and then they end up 18, 20, 22 out in the world and they're bewildered, they still need mom or dad to be on the sidelines kind of managing things for them. >> stanford is an elite student body you have. did you see some of that over there? >> i sure did. i saw students who were very, very accomplished in a resume and transcript sense who were still counting on mom or dad to kind of point them in the right direction in life and maybe smooth out some of the rough spots, but this wasn't just a stanford thing.
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i would talk to colleagues at colleges around the nation, and everybody was seeing this in at last decade. the encroachment of parents into the lives of college students, which made us say what -- this can't be good for the college student and for society. >> what do with he do, how do we change this? you have a couple of tips for parents. stop saying "we." what do you mean by that? >> too afternoon our own egos are intertwined with our kids' experience so we say we're on the travel soccer team. we've gotten our college apps in. the point is no, that's your son or your daughter's experience. let them have that experience and be attuned to the fact that you're basically saying my life is their life. their life is my life. that's really unhealthy. >> you also say teach children how to talk to adults. what do you mean by that? >> we're arguing with teachers, principals, coaches and referees, trying to make every moment perfect by having those conversations on our kids' behalf. take the long view.
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you've got to teach your kid to advocate for themselves with authority figures. >> you say let them do their own homework. >> brian said that to me before. >> i'm a big believer in this. >> that's a no brainer i think. too often today because parents are so concerned that kids get the right grade, they're cleaning up the math homework, rewriting the essay, they're outright doing the science project. it's like we parents want to say look how good i am at being a fourth grader. but come on. it's unethical. the teachers don't know what the students in their classroom understand and worst of all, your kid thinks i'm not capable of doing anything unless my mom or dad fixes it for me. >> i stopped doing that because i no longer know how to do their homework. >> exactly. well you do get to that point. >> julie lipscott haines i hope my child has a dean, teachers like you, teaching you can't live in a bubble your entire life.
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thank you for spreading this important powerful message. >> thanks for having me. she's being called a guardian angel, an elementary school worker saves an 11-year-old girl from being kidnapped. she'll tell us how she did it just ahead. you know her as the tough as nails trainer on "the big e loser." >> are you ready to work? are you ready to work? if you quit on me again you go home and no one's going to chase you! no one! >> jaillian michaels is here lie with what will be america's next great fitness obsession and promises no the to yell at us. >> she probably will. not a helicopter parent. ♪ he spin me right round, right round baby ♪ ♪ like a record baby right round, round, round ♪ 0 yards no. bill's got a very tough lie here... looks like we have some sort of sea monster in the water hazard here. i believe that's a "kraken", bruce. it looks like he's going to go
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we're back now, dramatic footage and a fox news alert. we were just telling you about, terror at an israeli bus terminal. lone palestinian opens with a knife and a gun, killing one israeli soldier and hurting a dozen others. >> reaction from the obama administration and how they plan to deal with the growing wave of violence there. >> fox news correspondent rich edson is live at the white house. >> reporter: good morning. the white house is asking palestinian and israeli leaders to tomp down any rhetoric that could incite more violence, the president called random violence that results in nothing more than hardship and insecurity. john kerry is in europe and going to meet later this would ek in europe in berlin with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and in jordan over the weekend with the palestinian authority president mahmoud abbas. meanwhile in madrid today he previewed those discussions. >> i don't have specific
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expectations except to try to move things forward. and it will depend on the conversations themselves as to what it is that we're able to define. >> the secretary of state will meet with the leaders of saudi arabia, jordan, turkey and russia later on to discuss the with a are in syria. >> thank you for that, rich. incredible there. right? heather childress is here for heather nauer who is out this monday. >> nice to be here and everyone at home. we have stories we are follow for you. we begin with the fox news alert, another possible e-mail server security breach. high school hacker and self-proclaimed stoner telling "the new york post" he hacked into john brennan's personal aol account. according to "the post" the account may have contained classified information including social security numbers of top government officials.
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the team confirming his exploits posting a portion of the stolen documents on twitter. the cia is investigating. a school worker in california becomes a hero after preventing an attempted kidnapping. sandra ferguson an aide in southern antiac was driving to work, noticed an 11-year-old student sitting in a strange man's car. she knew something wasn't quite right and quickly stepped in. >> i said sweetheart, is that your dad? and she told me, no, he's my friend. and i said, no, he's not. he's not your friend. i put my car in front of his car, i blocked him, and i told her, you get out of the car right now. >> was not her friend. 51-year-old salazar is behind bars. police say he pulled the girl into his car by her wrist. the school and that girl's family thankful for ferguson's vigilant eye. most cities they have some strict rules for sex offenders
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on halloween like a curfew and keeping their lights off. now one sex offender in california said that his constitutional rights are being violated by a sign that he is required to have, warning tricker treaters to stay back. the lawsuit claims that sign is unconstitutional and could be dangerous because it makes him a target. so far no decision from the court. and finally, a pee-wee football team taking over the internet with these incredible moves. watch. ♪ now watch me whip, now watch me nae nae ♪ wha ♪ watch me whip, whip >> the massachusetts mighty mites break out into a dance every time the hit song "watch me" comes on in the stadium on their speakers. coach steve sciolo and the rest of team joined us earlier on "fox & friends" to explain why. >> there are definitely days where we have the veins come out of our foreheads and our necks
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but other days where we've accomplished other goals as coaches. >> all the kids on his team are superstars and he is glad that the whole world can finally notice. super cute kids there. >> having a good time and learning the game. good combination. >> heather, thanks. >> 25 23 minutes to t >> 23 minutes to the to have. the hour. maria, us what wnews do you hav for us. >> reporter: some of you in the wind shield have to scrape frost across your windshield. 49 degrees for your high temperature in boston, 53 in new york city. also in the 50s in buffalo but the good news is that it's going to be very short lasting so we're going to see temperatures rebounding nicely and by wednesday, places like new york could be back into the 70s during the afternoon hours. taking a look at the radar you can see some quiet morning across the eastern two-thirds of the nation but farther west
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we're still dealing with a lot of heavy rain, we have flash flooding over the weekend in places like nevada and some more of that still possible today. back inside. >> thank you very much, maria. you know her best as tough loving trainer from "the biggest loser. "now back with a new show. entrepreneurs bat tell out to become the next fitness phenomena. >> these entrepreneurs put everything on the line. >> $4 hub,000 in the hole. >> what? >> you can be the next fitness phenomena. >> this is the opportunity of a lifetime. >> joining us jillian michaels. >> you're trying to find the next big thing in fitness, a multibillion-dollar industry. >> mule tie billion-dollar industry, huge industry and what makes it interesting to me is that a fitness phenomena is something that taps into people's psychology. you see hashtags fit fam, it's more than just abs and buns of steel. it's really promising people a
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new group of friends, a new identity, so what is really that magic that ayou los something to hack into the american psyche in this way? >> you described to us in the break it's "shark tank" coming to the fitness world. >> kind of yes to a certain extent. >> the entrepreneurs tell us about their product, what it can do and you are expert judges. >> myself, a gentleman named obi obotike and brandon hetrick, on navy s.e.a.l.s, one of the coolest guys i've ever met. we try out the phenomenons and put them through a series of tests to determine who has got what it takes. >> we're talking like the next version of the ab flex? >> well there is -- >> something like a cross-fit. >> we look at all of it. it's like how does the shake weight become a gazillion dollar business and people make $35,000
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spending $40 on a spin class at soul cycle? how is that possible? >> programs, too. >> everything. >> i'm an alumni of ripped and 30, when my wife comes back from her second pregnancy i've done the jillian michaels. >> oh my gosh. look at this guy. amazing. >> you motivate people and so you're probably looking for motivation in the entrepreneurs as well. >> we're looking for a series of different things. obviously it has to be fun and effective. we're looking for do they have what i consider to be a psychological hack? is there personal data, something that intrigues you that makes you want to come back and do more, beat your pr from cross stage, your torque score at fly wheel, a host of different things. >> say you select them, how do you win? what do you get? >> great question, you get $100,000, and you get the opportunity to launch your program in multiple retrofitness locations across the country. >> very cool. >> a huge jumpstart. >> it's a big deal. >> tomorrow night.
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>> i wake up pumped up but i've never seen you this pumped up. >> i'm heavily caffeinatecaffei. i saw my friend i haven't seen her in a while. >> verified biceps. >> we'll work on them. >> seal of approval. >> thanks so much, congratulations. >> thank you. >> we'll watch it tomorrow night. coming up, president obama does an about-face on afgh afghanist afghanistan, u.s. troops staying through 2017. our next guest says this won't help the situation. the one thing he says we have to do. plus getting a ticket for wearing a bike helmet? why one police department is citing people for good behavior. >> how dare he. >> you don't want to miss this. ♪ if the tide carries us away ♪ baby we'll roll with it, won't think about it too much ♪ why do so many people choose aleve?
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president obama doing an about-face on afghanistan. now committed to keeping u.s. troops there until 2017. >> it's modest but meaningful extension of our presence while sticking to our current narrow missions can make a real difference. it's the right thing to do. >> certainly an about-face. was this decision really the right thing to do? jeff m. smith director of asian security programs at the american foreign policy institute is here to weigh in. thank you very much for joining us. >> good to be here. >> what do you think? right move by the president? >> well, in some ways i think we get lost in the wrong debate here. i think the president is focused on whether or not we should keep troops in afghanistan and how many troops we should keep in afghanistan for how long, when in fact i think the more fundamental question we need to be asking is, can we win the afghanistan war, and can we accomplish our objectives, so long as pakistan is providing
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safe haven and support to the taliban? >> you mentioned pakistan a great deal and sealing off the border has been a difficult thing to do. we can talk about that for quite some time. with 9,800 troops, with the 5,500 troops is it possible to deal with the terrorism threat in afghanistan the way we need to? >> so long as they have safe haven and support in a neighboring country, which is the equivalent of counter insurgency cryptonite, i'm not convinced we can, no. >> how much of this, obviously porous borders are difficult in afghanistan or iraq, which we're seeing now with the borders between iraq and syria. how much of this decision do you think is colored by what's happened in iraq after the president precipitously pulled all troops out of there and we saw the chaos that unfolded? >> it certainly may be a driving factor and i know his military commanders are advising a greater troop presence for an extended period of time, and frankly it's understandable why our presence there does make a difference, and it does help to
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stabilize the situation, but yes. >> if you say it does make a difference in afghanistan, how many troops is the right amount of troops and how long? >> well, in that case i would defer to the u.s. military. >> more than 9,800, less than 9,800, and what mission? terrorism mission, going after al qaeda and the taliban, one of the other isis now, now in afghanistan? >> well, and frankly the hakani network, probably the most potent and deadly military group operating in afghanistan and pakistan. we should be focused on counterterrorism there, but i don't know that an extended and large troop presence can fundamentally make a difference until we fix our pakistan policy. >> there's certainly been a pakistan problem in afghanistan for quite some time not to be solved now. hopefully keeping a few troops in the country keeping a lid on a situation that continues to be tenuous in afghanistan and could go the way of iraq if not handled properly. jeff smith thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you.
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up next, getting a ticket for wearing a bike helmet? why one police department is citing people for good behavior. first let's check in with bill hemmer for what's coming up at the top of the hour. >> good morning to you on a monday. donald trump and jeb bush locking horns, what they are saying and lindsey graham says it's bizarre. we'll talk to him live. is benghazi worse than watergate? that's the allegation from a leading committee member. and a high school stoner says he hacked the cia director repeatedly. is it that easy? martha and i will see new 12 minutes on a new week of "america's newsroom." see you then.
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quick head lines now, nearly seven corporate companies now signing on to fight climate change with the obama administration. the white house making the
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announcement this morning part of a push by president obama to corral support for global climate deal this year. some of the companies include johnson & johnson, procter & gamble, nike, ikea and starbucks and donald trump and dr. ben carson both have requested protection from the u.s. secret service. it's a response to a heightened threat both men are receiving on the campaign trail. we're told the requests are likely to be approved this week. elisabeth? >> thanks, brian. here's a place you actually will want to get a ticket. officers in concord, massachusetts, are handing out citations for good behavior. people doing the right thing can redeem their tickets for ice cream. how great is that? part of a way for the police department to build a positive relationship with their community. joining me now, concord police chief joseph o connor. good morning to you. >> good morning elisabeth.
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>> what can you get a good citation for? >> we've given wide discretion to our officers if they observe something in our community. child holding their parents' hand or people wearing seat belts, you know, people helping others. we want to give them wide discretion and recognize people that are doing things that are positive in our community. >> 200 of these citations sweets can be turned in for ice cream. great place donated the ice cream. what do you hope comes of this move right now? we see a lot of tension between police and civilians. >> we're fortunate we have a community that really supports us, but we really wanted to open up lines of communication. the officers that brought the issue forward and the idea they're officers that do a loot of enforcement parking and traffic and we're fortunate to have a business in town, reasons to be cheerful and owner wade rubenstein to step up and assist us where we have positive interactions with people in our community. >> when will the first citation be given?
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>> the first one we've given out was an officer observed a child who was sitting well for the parent while she was helping her other children, and we had a couple more over the weekend, you know, young people wearing their helmets on their bicycles. we have a lot of people that use bicycles in our community and something that we wanted to recognize people for doing the right thing. >> when the officers are approaching the citizens, first are they a little hesitant maybe thinking they did something wrong? >> well, you know, people wonder at first, and we're not stopping cars. these are normal interactions that occur on the streets of our community, but very quickly, people learn what they are and they're really happy and brings a smile to the people on our community's faces. >> chief o'connor, going forward, do you hope more communities echo what you're doing there in concord? >> well, we hope that there's been a lot of people asking about, us about this and there's been some negative publicity about our profession over the last year or so, and we believe that overall, police in this
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country do a great job assisting people day in and day out and this is just an example of it. i know departmuntry are doing g every day. >> we call it be on the badge and certainly an honorable position you're all in. chief o'connor from concord, mass. thank you so much and congrats to the people getting the good sweet citations today and onward. >> thanks, elisabeth. >> you got it. are you wondering how steve is spending his birth dday? we're going to show you, next. ♪ (vo) what does the world run on? it runs on optimism. it's what sparks ideas. moves the world forward. invest with those who see the world as unstoppable. who have the curiosity to look beyond the expected
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♪ you're simply the best ♪ better than all the rest >> not just because they both played great 18 holes, one of the guys has a birthday today, steve doucy. >> happy birthday, friend. if you want to wish steve a happy birthday visit our facebook page at frnds and send him your birthday love. >> or tweet him get your feelings in 10 characters and to go over what happened yesterday in game two with the mets, daniel murphy one of the great stories of this post season powers the mets to another victory. >> that's in the air to right. that's pretty deep. that ball is gone! >> murphy powering his fourth straight post season game with a victory, this one came off the cubs' starter supposedly unhittable. arietta was great but not good enough. the cubs have game three tomorrow.
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>> when you're hot, you're hot. that's all that matters in baseball playoffs. that's it. >> a great monday today for mets fans. great to have you here, pete. happy birthday to steve. >> appreciate the opportunity. >> see you after the show show. >> if you're not at the tv r bill: morning, everybody. what war of words between republicans on the campaign trail. donald trump battling with jeb bush over the 9/11 terror attacks and the legacy of his own brother. trump saying george bush failed to protect america. >> i don't want jeb bush saying my brother kept us safe because 9/11 happened. martha: this fight is getting personal between these two men.

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