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discounts. >> i agree with that. >> you have a great day. tomorrow is thursday. tonight is the debate. we'll talk it in the morning. >> join us at 5:00 a.m. "fox and friends" starts right now. bye. good morning. i'm kimberly guilfoyle in for elisabeth hasselbeck. it's round 3 of the republican presidential debate. now that ben carson is on top, will he become donald trump's target. live on the ground in colorado straight ahead. a school officer in trouble for body slamming a student right there. another kid in that classroom gives the other side of the story. what did the girl who was taken down do to the cop before he did that? we'll tell you what we know. a pilot rushed to the hospital after getting hit by a laser mid flight. how he's doing. that story straight ahead. because mornings, even today, is
better with friends. well, you know what, the first game of the world series started on a tuesday and it ended on a wednesday. my team, the kansas city royals beat brian's team, the new york mets by four. >> what a great game. >> it was terrific. >> you're -- they were absolutely the two best teams in baseball. >> got your money's worth. >> it is a world series. >> by the way, steve, we've hired people who are met fans who wanted to stay up for the whole thing. we're talking about people who have been up past midnight. 1:00 in the morning. >> out of curiosity, am i the only kansas city royal fan in the studio? >> yes. >> i'm the only one who feels good. actually, let me make that two people. brian feels good because last night they rolled out -- brian did, across the street.
a beautiful dell frisco steakhouse. the launch of your new book. >> yeah. >> we'll show you pictures coming up. >> we'll show you pictures later. it was great to see the morning people out. we had a chance to hang out together. it comes out next week, the book. >> congratulations on that. >> we like to do that pregame fiesta. >> do you have trouble getting up earlier when you do "fox and friends," falling asleep earlier? >> yes, all of it. then i have bizarre dreams. we may need dream interpretation. >> this week is sleep week on "fox and friends." there's that bed we've been using all week from sleepy's. we're going to find out that one of the problems that people have with their sleep is we start the day too soon. guess what time the three of us in our demographic we should start our day. >> what time?
>> take a guess. >> i would say 7:00 a.m. >> ding ding. >> the correct time is 10:00 a.m. >> can you imagine that? >> we're going to give you some helpful hints. >> the day is over. that would be terrible. >> today is round 3 of the republican presidential debate. set to face off the remaining candidates in a big debate tonight on cnbc. >> this time the candidates will focus on the economy. of course, that's on all the veet voters' mind. >> john roberts is live in boulder, colorado with what we can expect. >> good morning to you in colorado where it's 4:00 a.m. >> i'm up for this idea of starting your day at 10:00 a.m. because we are two hours earlier and colder by the way than it is there in new york city. five long weeks since the last debate. what's different about tonight add the next debate two weeks from tonight is that this could be a make or break moment for many of the candidates polling in the low single digits.
you have to look viable in order to attract the money to stay alive. donald trump looking for a big night tonight. the reason why, a couple of recent polls have ben carson leading him in iowa and one recent poll has carson leading nationally. last night in sioux city, iowa. donald trump pleaded with numbers to swing the numbers back his way. >> when you get the numbers up, iowa, please? this is ridiculous. what is my competition? in all fairness, what is my competition. do you think these guys, i'm not going to say carson. >> another candidate who needs a big night is jeb bush. he spent the weekend with his brother and mom and dad reassuring backers that he's still in the game. with the economy the focus tonight, bush is hoping to shine on the same policies that made him popular as the governor of florida but also telling me if he gets the opportunity, he plans to go right after donald trump. >> there could be opportunities to do it if he talks about
protectionism, if he talks about pessimistic world view, which i don't share. i believe that republicans and conservatives win when we have a hopeful optimistic message and more reaganesque message. i'll take it to him for sure. >> bush has a lot to talk about tonight. yesterday he eeld rolled out his plans for reforming social security and medicare. he's facing a challenge from fellow floridian marco rubio who many folks see as a leading candidate to take the republican establishment battle. tough competition tonight. >> kimberly, brian. >> outside the cougars center at the university of colorado. what do you expect tonight? >> i love it. >> what do you expect? >> read that, kimberly. >> i really think there's a lot of pressure on a lot of people. number one, i think it's going to be on ben carson. the polls look so good, he's been so strong. he's probably the area in which we have the most questions is foreign policy and economics
with his rich background. we don't necessarily see it there. there's a bit of a discrepancy. he's telling everyone, across the board 10% tax. look at the bible. his aides are saying we might go up as far as 15%. the people have to take the opportunity they belong in the upper tier is governor kasich. he has a wall street background and brought a surplus into ohio. don't you agree, this has to be kasich's moment tonight? >> it has to be. it has to be a step-up moment. no more waiting for your pitch. you got to do whatever you got to do. >> what would you like to see happen tonight? e-mail us and facebook us as well. meanwhile, yesterday, about 4:00 in the afternoon, there was an earthquake in washington, d.c. because the house republicans started the articles of impeachment. what they're going to do is debate a resolution whether or not they should impeach the irs
chief, john koskinen? why? it's not a coincidence. on friday, it was announced by the department of justice will will be no criminal investigation. there will be no charges against lois lerner or anybody at the irs for targeting conservatives. >> pretty unbelievable. it's obvious, clear-cut case. >> we don't know the details because she that means she doesn't want to speak in order not to incriminate herself. then we went into tremendous efforts to find out what happened with the server that was smashed and destroyed. i thought we were en route to finding that out. later in the show, we'll have jason chaffetz joining us. >> he'll be with us. he's the chairman of the house oversight committee that started the articles of impeachment yesterday. they think he lied to the congress. >> its going to be a very good
interview. >> that's right. congressman ron de'saan tis was talking about what their beef is with the commissioner. listen to this. >> do you see the investigation and literally nobody is going to be held accountable. under koskinen's guidance, the irs stone walled us. are we going to walk away and shrug our shoulders. nobody is held accountable in this town. i think the arrogance he displayed in front of the american people is something that a lot of voters saw and wanted to see action. >> the specific allegation that he misled congress was this. last year he said, we have turned over all the lois lerner e-mails when he knew in fact that thousands were missing and backup copies destroyed. the ranking member of the other side says just another big win. >> like benghazi, right? >> we don't need to know any more. >> it's going to be pass the house and 2/3 in the senate.
it won't happen but you can make your own decisions. >> speaking of burying, it was not a story on any of the major newscasts last night. if a cabinet level person is going to be impeached, how is that not a story on abc, cbs or nbc? it was not. >> the good news for you, heather, you don't have to cover it because we just did. >> exactly. thank you. >> good morning, brian. great party last night. we'll hear more about that. we start with a fox news alert. a pilot is rushed to the hospital after an american airlines was targeted by a laser in san diego. the green light striking -- this happened about 9:20 last night. that flight from phoenix landed safely. at this hour, not clear if that pilot was injured or simply taken to the hospital as a precaution. so far, no arrests have been made. today, more than 1,000
police officers will say their final goodbyes to the slain nypd officer, randall holder. the 33-year-old was gunned down chasing a suspect in harlem last week. the reverend al sharpton no longer planning to attend the funeral or deliver the eulogy. he claims he wants to avoid controversy with union leaders. officer holder's step mom is delighted that sharpton won't be there. his girlfriend told the same paper that he didn't even like al sharpton. while you were sleeping, game one of the world series. did you watch this? it stretched into the wee hours of the morning. the royals finally beating the mets in the 14th inning. close to 1:30 a.m. wow. >> here comes escobar. the royals win game one! he drives it home. the winner in the 14th. >> congrats to steve doocy and his royals. they win 5-4. the victory is the longest ever world series game one.
it clocked in at 5 hours and 9 minutes. social media exploding in the fourth inning. a technical glitch causing a four-minute delay. some suggesting that clark griswold was responsible. others blame the yankees for pulling the power plug referencing the movie airplane. i think it was brian kilmeade who did that. those are your headlines. >> the mets had just taken the lead then. >> this is payback for this crew. we did, who has the best hometown food yesterday. we brought in a new yorker as the judge. kiki barber. >> just saying. special thanks to you guys. we had a book party last night. it comes out november 2nd. a lot of people had a chance to get together. including my family and willie robertson who i adopted at noon yesterday. kimberly guilfoyle, before the 5:00, you showed up at the pregame show.
>> best pregame, bk. i always love a book party. doocy is so -- >> behind him is -- >> geraldo never to be missed. >> holy field and i share a birthday and coincidentally, he was there last night. >> he's so nice. >> dr. oz trying to learn something. >> i appreciate everyone showing up, to the anchors -- >> dr. oz says a glass of red wine is good for your metabolism. >> take a look at this picture. here's a picture of your daughter with a glass of red wine. >> yeah. this is a little odd, steve. >> do you know what the story is here? >> it's from oz. >> dr. oz handed that glass of wine to your daughter, took the picture. made her hold the glass and he took the picture to use as blackmail against you if he ever needs blackmail. apparently, your daughter, look at the big grin. >> way to roll with the punches.
right? >> she is a third irish. the book comes out next week. but i wanted a pre-book show -- pre-book party. >> still feeling the effects. >> i will talk about it more later. very excited to see everybody. >> congratulations brian. quite an accomplishment. >> thanks for coming. >> you bet. good thing there's meat on them bones. >> it's all muscle. coming up on this wednesday, the video is shocking. two people attacking a man at a train station. pushing him on to the tracks. the latest on the search for the suspects. oh, my goodness. straight ahead. according to president obama, the reason for attacks against police isn't the violent hate speech. it's the second amendment. >> fewer gun safety laws don't mean more freedom. they mean more danger.
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conference of police chiefs, pushing back against the idea that police are to blame for the problems in america's inner cities. that's the good message. here to react is gary cox, the chief of police for the texas police department. he was at the conference and joins us from chicago this morning. chief, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> going into yesterday before you had heard from the president, you know, we have talked to a number of law enforcement who have felt like the president did not have your back. what was your take away from the message yesterday? >> you know, based upon your statement there, me and a lot of colleagues felt there was a lot of support for law enforcement. but after the message that was delivered by the president yesterday, i came away with a very positive outlook. i was encouraged by his words that there is support for the law enforcement community. >> well, up until just last week, he was defending the black lives matter organization. he did, however, bring up at one
point the idea that we need more gun laws. and your reaction to that suggestion is -- >> i think that there are plenty of gun laws on the books but i think there are a lot of loopholes to tighten up. if you look at statistics, such as the statistics released on lost guns, there's about 200,000 guns a year that are reported lost or stolen. you know, i think we can do things to maybe tighten up that aspect of it as well. so i'm not convinced that more gun control laws are going to solve the problem. but i think we need to look at the issues that we already have and see how we can improve upon them. >> it's interesting that the president yesterday with this message regarding law enforcement seems to be pretty different than what he's said the last number of months or year ar so.
is it just one speech where he changes the rhetoric or what's going on, chief? >> well, i think this is a fresh start. i think it's an opportunity for all the parties, all the stakeholders to come together and have open, candid discussions about tsis about th. i think, unless we're willing to talk about them and address the hard facts, that we won't be successful. so i think it's important that we have all the parties together so that we can move forward and improve the relationship with our community and build that respect and trust. >> i think you would say it's a step in the right direction from the president of the united states. gary cox, chief of police down in sib low, texas. chief, thanks for getting up early with us on this wednesday morning. >> thank you for having me. >> what do you think about what the president said yesterday? facebook us and e-mail us and tweet us as well. meanwhile, coming up, he's known for strong opinions on sports and now he's causing controversy in politics.
some quick wednesday morning headlines for you. today the house votes on a new budget deal to raise the debt ceiling. outgoing house speaker john boehner is under fire from conservatives who say he's trying to ram through a vote before lawmakers can vote for paul ryan to serve as new speaker. boehner says he's trying to clean the barn. >> astronauts mark kelly and shell lindgren are less than two hours away from a grueling 6.5
hour spacewalk. they're going to be running cables for a new docking system at the international space station and upgrading one of the space station's robotic arms. a busy day in space. kimber kimberly, brian. from the basketball court to the court of law. former milwaukee bucs cheerleader is suing the team over alleged low pay. >> lauren harrington claims she was paid $65 per home game. $30 per practices and $50 for special appearances. she averaged $3 to $5 per hour of work, brian. off the charts.on to get that this is the first case in the nba, but the nfl has had a series of lawsuits for this very reason. so are these cheerleaders entitled to more pay? a former nfl cheerleader with the panthers joins us to discuss. do you feel the cheerleaders are underpaid for what you're asked
to do. thanks for joining us. >> i personally did not experience the flat rate wage as is the lawsuit. i was paid hourly. some appearances were two hours, some were five. i don't think a flat rate is fair, per se. but what i can relate to as described in the lawsuit is the emotional abuse that you endure while you're cheering. i just don't think that any amount of money can cover the emotional costs. >> what do you mean by that? what emotional abuse? >> when you're told you're fat and not good enough on a weekly basis, it can take an emotional toll on you. they remind you constantly that there are 300 other girls that will willingly replace you and sign a contract for going your image. >> how much was your hourly rate? >> $6 an hour for games and practices and $12 an hour for
appearances. >> you make $24. you take out taxes. you might as well do it for free. but there's a group of people that would line up to do that job. what do you say about the supply and demand element of this? >> i say that that's kind of how they can run the business in that way. by instilling that fear and just reminding you that you are expendable and that's why -- i can't attest to the other girls' contract. but the one i signed said that all beauty -- it said verbatim, your appearance must be i am peck al at all times. that's our responsibility. so when i was forced to dye my hair a color i didn't want and i couldn't afford to, i had to. and i did so because i signed the contract. i knew what i was getting into. >> but do some people do this as an opportunity to further their career later because there is a lot of cache, as an nfl or nba cheerleader? >> yeah. you know, i can't speak for the other girls.
but i know i did it essentially because i was an insecure 20-something and i wanted attention. that's why i did it. that's why i was willing to essentially give over my image to the organization and allow them to treat me that way. >> i just think that -- i've always thought that those astounded by how little you got paid and how much the demands were. i'm glad this girl -- this woman is standing up. yet, people still line up to become cheerleaders. britney cassen, thanks so much. >> thank you for having me. 28 minutes after the hour. coming up straight ahead sfliemt the video shocked the nation. a school resource officer body slamming a student into the ground. now a student is defending the cop. you're going to hear why, next. >> there's more to the story. tonight's gop debate will be about the economy. which candidate will thrive? our experts from the fox business channel straight ahead. they seem like nice people. >> and they look smart. >> cute. >> happy birthday to charlie daniels. he's 79 years young today.
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female student to the ground at spring valley high school. and now sheriff leon lot says there's a third video showing a different angle. >> it actually shows the student hitting the school resource officer with her fists and striking him. now, what she does is not what i'm looking at. what i'm looking at is what our school resource officer did. >> the sheriff said the girl was wrong for disturbing the class and refusing the deputy's verbal commands. but he is concerned about the way the deputy responded. a student in the classroom who recorded the incident now defending the officer in a statement online writing this. over and over he did nothing wrong. they asked her to get up. but she wanted to show off. to some it looks bad. but she wanted to prove that she was bad. that deputy is also a coach for the spring valley high school football team last year. he was given a cultural excellence award by an
elementary school in the same county. but deputy fields has been sued in the past for using excessive force but those charges were dismissed. he's currently awaiting trial for allegedly targeting black students. back to you. >> heather, thank you very much. the way this started was a teacher at this -- give up your phone. she wouldn't give it up. give it up. they called in an administrator. give up the phone. wouldn't do it. brought in the cop. wouldn't do it. and then that. >> physical altercation. they said she was punching him. obviously there's a lot more to the story. it depends on what part of the video you see, the before or the after. >> if you have respect for your teachers, this doesn't happen. we'll let them investigate. 26 minutes before the top of the hour. heather nauert, she has more. >> we have a fx news alert. >> people are dead after an explosion at an oregon firing range inside a world war ii era tank. police say that there was a
camera crew on the scene filming the tank at the time. they're hoping that the video can shed some light on what went wrong. the sheriff's office, and oregon state police are now investigating. we'll bring you more as we get it. the hunt right now for two suspects caught on camera robbing a sleeping train passenger. a man and a woman snatching his bag and running in philadelphia. watch this. the victim then wakes up and chases after them. there's a struggle and the woman pulls out a taser and shocks the victim. then pushes that victim on to the train tracks where he fell on the electrified third rail that could be so, so dangerous. luckily, that man was not seriously hurt. republican lawmakers, an order banning female soldiers from transporting gitmo inmates. this comes after several masterminding the 9/11 attacks complained, they claimed it was
an insult to their faith to have women touch them. >> 9/11 terrorists are manipulating the system to say our women can't guard them. secretary carter, i hope you would agree with me that this is outrageous. >> that ban is now being reviewed. did you hear about this one. it's known for his strong sports opinions. now espn host tony kornheiser is causing a controversy in politics. listen to this. >> paul ryan has enough conservative chops where he can sort of unify the whole party but he's going to be spending all this time trying to deal with the tea party people. >> are they like isis? >> that's a good analogy. without the mileage. but the rejectionist front. >> they both agree. kornheiser raising a question that compared republicans to that terror network known for beheading people. he was not on the show yesterday. espn has not said if they will punish him for those comments. those are your headlines. what do you think of that one?
let head outside right now to maria molina with a look at our weather. >> hi everybody. it's going to be a stormy day in the northeast and into the great lakes. we have a massive storm system on the move. it's bringing in that rain early this morning across the great lakes area. we do have the concern for very strong winds as well with this storm. we're talking about wind gust potentially up to 60 miles per hour off of the great lakes and into new england. that's where you'll see the stronger winds. behind the storm system, a little bit of snow forecast across parts of minnesota and the dakotas. 1 to 2 accumulation. as far as the rainfall tote alts, the forecast could be 2 to 3 inches of rain. we're going to be looking at the concern for localized flash flooding in some areas and temperaturewise this morning, you're very cold across northern new england. 27 in caribou, maine. across the southeast, not a bad morning. 60s and 70 az widespread from
new orleans down into tampa. let's head over to kimberly. tonight's third republican presidential debate is all about the economy. and so will the following debate on the fox business network on november 10th. that's the one to catch. joining us now, the host of varney and company, stuart varney, host of the intelligence report, trish reagan and host of making money, charles hanes. >> we have the a-team, people. >> it's all about the money, the economy. a lot of chance for them to stand out. what are you looking for stuart? >> this is a lot for jeb bush to punch through. staying i'm going to restore america to prosperity. this is a golden opportunity for him. he is dragging toward the end of the pack. he's got to breakthrough.
carly fiorina, i think she could breakthrough saying hillary clinton is going to run an bam-type economy and that's a failure. there's an opportunity for jeb and carly to stand out and come through and breakthrough. >> what do you think? >> i think carly fiorina is extremely fluent on economics and business given her ten u at hp. it will be interesting to see how she responds to criticism. she has an opportunity to show the country, this is what it's all about. on november 10th. we'll be watching to see who can lead us economically. do they have a vision economically. i think she is a very good speaker and she has a lot of clear ideas on the economy. so i'll be watching her very carefully. i agree with you on bush. i think that bush has certainly a fluency in all of these issues. but he needs to be able to triangulate that. he needs people to believe -- >> quiet voice. like ben carson.
how do you punch through when you're not saying dramatic things. >> he has the record to back it up. a successful governor in florida. people need to hear about that and understand that they make a choice and care about the economy that he could be the best one for the job. >> they're both successful governors. i think you have three different -- i'm looking at three narratives tonight. the governors need to step outside their box. that usual political speak they do, it's low voice because ben carson has a little voice and he's rocketing. it's the typical political speech that americans are tone deaf to. governor kasich went off yesterday. he was talking about the same stuff. i think the governors have to figure out a way outside of their comfort zone. i think trump, he's brought two main issues. he has to tell us more how you make money from that. we get rid of 11 million illegals. how daye make more money from that? apple reported earnings, $200 billion. how do we get that money back here.
ben carson stepped on a landmine or a gold mine. he said he's going to ditch medicare, obama care and medicaid. if he can articulate that, it's a home run. we have $18 trillion in debt. we need to find a way to reel it in. >> all of these candidates, they must tell us how we're going to get growth in america and return to prosperity. >> that's a big theme. they all have a similar plan in terms of being reaganesque in that way. americans are going to be watching for the person that can really deliver that message and convince them that it can get done. they may say they want to cut taxes but can they get it done. >> show me growth in the economy. that's the glue that -- >> jeb bush came out with 4% growth. i think the average american needs to know what that means to me. if america is growing at 4%, how much more will i make and spend? how does it relate to me? i think the jargon, you got to
throw it out. you taught me that. you said throw out the jargon. first time i worked with stuart. charlie, too much jargon. throw it out. they need to tell the governors. forget about the 4% growth. i'm going to -- you're making $50,000 at the end of four years, i believe you'll be making $65,000. >> that's what people care about. we're all about the fox business network. excited about the debate and seeing you guys there as well. that's going to be fantastic. november 10th. c. payne in the house. did you wake up feeling kind of groggy this morning? the experts say, hit the snooze button people. why you may need to change your morning routine to wake up on the right side of the bed. one of the country's biggest sporting goods stores announced they're closing its doors on the busiest shopping day of the year. should more companies do this or is it bad business? stay with us.
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i never know when i'll need relief. that's why i only choose nicorette mini. talk about a black friday bombshell. one of the biggest outdoor sporting goods stores is closing its doors on the busiest shopping day of the year. instead, rei is telling 12,000 employees to literally take a hike and enjoy the day outside. so is this bad for business or is it something more companies should be doing? this quality of life thing. joining us is kathy doyle thomas, executive vice president for half price books. a major chain closed this thanksgiving and opening late on black friday. kathy, thanks for joining us. do you like this trend? do you like what rei is doing? >> rei is a great company. and they have great employees and they're able to do what most retailers can't afford to do.
they need to get as much money as they can in the fourth quarter. >> what do you -- you're giving them a little time off, correct? >> well, yeah. half price books has been closed for thanksgiving. we want our employees to be home with friends and family and opening at a reasonable time on friday. we're opening at 9:00 a.m. we feel our employees can sleep in a little but still for us capitalize on the holiday rush. >> here's what jerry says, the president and ceo of rei. he says we believe being outside makes our lives better. black friday is the perfect time to remind ourselves of this essential truth while the rest of the world is fighting it out in the aisles. we'll be spending our day a little differently. we're choosing to opt outside. which is fine like you said if you can do it. to me, capitalism is maximizing profit while still making sure the quality of life among your employees is okay. i always thought black friday is an all-in day. >> you know, it is. the thing is, customers want to
shop there. they want to shop on black friday. they get up at 5:00 in the morning, 4:00 a.m. they want to do it. you know, retailing right now is really tough because we're competing with online business. we have to be open when people want to shop because if they want to shop inside our stores, we need to be there. >> ultimately, i want to you make your decisions. i don't want anyone telling you what to do. let's take a quick look at some of the major companies and what they are doing on thanksgiving or black friday. costco, game stop, half price books, like you guys, harbor freight, mattress firm and pc richards and son and rei and staples are off thanksgiving or the day after. there is movement for quality of life. bottom line is, people love competing in many cases for the black friday deals and they like getting up that early and they hope somebody keeps the lights on for them. >> you know, our customers love to go in. they go in as a family, kids, they get in, they shop, they spend the whole day with us.
you know, we enjoy t really, our employees love working. it's frantic, it's fun. it's serving the customers. it is tough. it's a tough business. retail is tough. but you know, we think we do a good job. our employees are happy. we have great benefits year round. we need their support on friday, though. >> especially the tough book business. we like to know there's options. kathy doyle thomas, thanks so much. >> thank you. coming up straight ahead, did you wake up feeling groggy had morning? the experts say hit the snooze button one more time. what you need to do to wake up on the right side of the bed, next. i believe that's someone you know. ♪
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because school and work start at a particular time. >> somebody call the bosses. >> a pediatric and adult sleep and nutrition consultant, as well as the founder of babysleepwhisperer.com. thanks for being with us. >> good morning. thanks for having me. >> i love the fact that you say that because we need a certain amount of sleep, what the world needs to do is to adjust our start times, because right now we're starting too early. >> we starting way too early. we're supposed to be starting after 10:00 in the morning. can you imagine that? >> no, i really can't. that's kind of awkward. >> we started an hour ago. >> push back the start times. 8 to 10-year-olds no earlier than 8:30 a.m. i kind of agree with that. i get my little munchkin up at 8:00 and we fast track it to school by 8:25. then it says, 16-year-olds at or after 10:00 a.m.? >> exactly. and then 18 or older, after
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good morning. it's wednesday, october 28th, 2015, and i'm kimberly guilfoyle in for elisabeth hasselbeck. they are ready for round three. ten gop candidates facing off tonight on the economy, but first a personal plea from donald trump. >> will you get the numbers up, iowa, please? this is ridiculous. >> get it up. will it work? we're live in boulder, colorado, with what to expect. >> hey, new trouble for the man who said he lost lois lerner's e-mails if republicans get their way justice will finally be served. at least in the house. congressman jason chaffetz is leading the charge. he joins us in just a few
minutes. >> to talk about impeachment. and it's the video everybody's talking about right there. a school resource officer under fire for body slamming a young student. it's all caught on phone video. but this morning another kid in that classroom gives another side of the story, and it might actually change your opinion of what happened in that room. live from new york, ladies and gentlemen, it's wednesday, and this is "fox & friends." ♪ now normally, anna kooiman is behind the wheel of a self--driving tesla. >> how do you know? >> i just know this. she is on state highway 17 right now, in paramus, new jersey. that is one of those s-series teslas that drives itself. right, anna?
>> she can read -- >> -- a littl bit ago. a new book to look at. trying to decide which one to read. i've got kimberly's book, too. >> 12 ultrasonic sensors, a forward-facing camera. >> how fast are you going? >> this is on autopilot right now, and we're in auto steer. and i have my hands, just doing whatever they want. they're not at 10 and 2. >> is it the oddest sensation in the world? because it's bizarre to see this. >> she's very brave to do this. >> yes, in fact as soon as i started, brian, the car wanted to take me off and go to an exit, and i wasn't asking it to do that but i was going so slow, i was going at a snail's pace so apparently it thought -- because i was scared to death. it's true. but we're going to be demoing. it will parallel park itself, as well. and also change lanes by itself. >> wow. >> this is really unbelievable.
you're such a trouper. i would be freaked out. i've got to have a controlled situation. all of it. >> anna, while you're dancing, how fast are you driving right now? >> i'm going to hands up, baby. >> how fast is she going? >> i don't think she wants to answer. >> anna -- >> 45 miles per hour. >> 45. okay. >> we'll check with you in a moment. >> great dance moves, too. >> we're going to see her park that car or it parks itself, very shortly. the tesla, one of the tesla dealerships for the new york city area is in paramus, new jersey, and that's why she's out there. >> 8:00 tonight, eastern time, round three the republican presidential debates. they face off again with a lot more on the line, perhaps. >> and this time the focus is going to be on the economy. show us the money. >> that's right. senior national correspondent john roberts is live at the university of colorado just outside the coors center with a preview of tonight's festivities. john? >> steve, kimberly, brian, good morning to you. this debate and the next one
just two weeks from now in the fox business network could be the most important debates yet. because they could start to winnow out some of those candidates polling in the lower single digits. take, for example, chris christie. if he doesn't have a big night tonight he could be relegated to the undercard in our november 10th debate. christie told me last night he's confident he can light a fire under his campaign, though one christie backer told me the governor needs to be more stridently anti-washington and get this, that he needs to speak more loudly. >> could you ever imagine a time, you've known me as long as you do, that someone says i need to speak louder. >> i was surprised -- >> no one's ever said that to me in my life. so this is really a good thing. i'll go out there, listen, i think no one will mistake tomorrow night on that stage who's been the most tested, strong leader on the stage. >> donald trump needs to recapture some of the momentum that he's losing to ben carson, who now leads him in two iowa polls. and in one national poll.
last night trump pleaded with voters in sioux city, iowa, to turn the numbers around for him. he's been mildly going after ben carson on the campaign trail, but he's expected to go after carson again tonight. and marco rubio expecting questions and possible attacks over calls for him to stop taking his senate salary, because he's missing so many votes on capitol hill. >> people in these campaigns are going to say whatever they think gives them an advantage. we're going to focus on the important issues in this campaign. it's the reason why i'm running for president. when i'm not in washington, i don't like missing, but i'm not there because i'm fighting for the future of america. >> this could really be a chance or an opportunity for marco rubio. because he will be center stage. he's running third in most of the polls, which will put him right beside donald trump. steve, kimberly, brian? >> great placement. >> thank you very much, john. all right. meanwhile, more on that in a moment. but first, new trouble for the man who said who said they lost lois lerner's e-mails, the irs did. >> the actual hard drive, it is
determined that it was dysfunctional, and with experts no e-mails could be retrieved was recycled and destroyed in the normal process -- >> so was it physically destroyed? >> that's my understanding. >> well house republicans now officially starting the empeachment process against irs chief john costenen, house oversight committee chairman jason chaffetz filed a resolution yesterday. chairman, good morning to you. why do you want to impeach irs commissioner koskinen? >> we're really left with no alternative. the inspector general did a very exhaustive search and looked at this and basically, we had duly issued subpoenas in 2013 and again in the year 2014, and yet despite those subpoenas, the irs destroyed documents. and the irs commissioner also came before congress and the information he provided to congress, the testimony he gave, was false. and there are consequences for this. and we're going to proceed with
impeachment. >> of course, keep in mind, the reason he was in the hot seat was because, i know house republicans feel that the irs unfairly targeted conservatives and members of the tea party and denied them special tax status. right? >> originally, david camp, the chairman of ways and means sent a letter in 2011. by the time we turned the corner in 2013 the inspector general came back and confirmed that this was the case. the president of the united states went before the american people and said that this was wrong, he was going to work hand in hand with congress, something he has not done. and then as we moved forward, there were five open investigations, and yet despite all of that, the irs said that they had them, then they said they didn't have them. the reality is that they destroyed them on march 4th of 2014. >> your future speaker, it looks to be, anyway, paul ryan, at one point and this stands out with me, look add the koskinen and said, i just don't believe you. and he's not exactly somebody to just throw out fiery phrases. that might all be true.
and it is maddening to think this happened, congressman. but in the big picture, it will pass the house, the impeachment will pass the house, it will get stuck in the senate. they need two-thirds. and you know not one democrat is going to side with you guys. a lot of people say you're spinning your wheels. >> look, we got to do what we're going to do. i'm not going to gravitate to the lowest common denominator just because harry reid wants to do something or not do something. we've got to do our job in the house to demonstrate to the american people we're going to hold people accountable. imagine if the irs had asked you for a documents, and you said yes, we do have them, then you went ahead and destroyed them. what do you think the irs would do to you. >> i'd go to jail. >> i sent a 30-page letter to the president in july. i got no response from the white house. we held lois lerner in contempt and despite a statute that says they shall refer that, shall refer that, to the grand jury, they didn't do that after ten months of looking at it. so we're going to hold some people accountable around here. >> what happened to the server you had in west virginia? weren't you looking for e-mails
on that? >> they said they spent -- the irs said they spent $20 million, 250 attorneys, couldn't find any of this stuff, and yet the inspector general could find it, start to finish, in 15 days. and then they figured out that they actually had these in their possession, despite what they had told us and the irs then went ahead and destroyed about 24,000 e-mails. and there's consequences for that. >> no repercussions, and that's why you've got to hold them accountable. there has to be some kind of justice here despite elijah cummings and others saying big waste of money like the benghazi hearings. let's talk about the gop debate tonight. what are you looking for? what should we expect? >> we know you're a jeb guy, right? >> no. i'm holding my powder dry on this one. i look forward to a very spirited debate. i'd much rather be a republican in this situation than what the democrats are going through. so i haven't put in for anybody. i'm still crying that mitt romney's not the president of the united states, quite frankly. >> me, too. >> about a lot of stuff. what about this budget deal? evidently getting signed off for
the next two years? >> i probably won't be voting for that bill. there are a lot of good things in it. a lot of progress. a lot of money for the military which i do believe. but personally, i don't want to see the budget caps busted, and if we're going to raise the debt ceiling, i personally would like to see some more major reforms. but there is a lot to like about it. and i can understand why people would vote for it. >> all right, chairman jason chaffetz, up so early on capitol hill. sir, thank you very much. >> pleasure to have you here. >> thank you. 7:10 now in new york city. we turn to heather with the headlines. >> good morning to you. a couple other things going on. we start out right now with a fox news alert. an american airlines pilot rushed to the hospital after his plane gets hit by a laser from the ground. the bright green light striking that plane that was heading from phoenix to san diego. as it came in for a landing about 9:00 last night. at this hour it's still unclear if that pilot was actually injured or simply taken to the hospital as a precaution. so far, no arrests have been made. but we'll watch that story. right now, a desperate
search for survivors is under way near the mississippi coast. after reports of a small plane that it may have crashed into the gulf of mexico. that plane disappeared with three men on board, shortly after it took off an monday afternoon. and that plane has not been seen since. debris found on a nearby beach is said to be, quote, highly likely to be from that plane, but so far, no sign of the missing men. the coast guard still considering this a search and rescue mission. well, hillary clinton breaking away from another one of president obama's policies, this time on banks. she told stephen colbert last night that she would not bail out those banks. listen to this. >> if you're president -- >> yes. >> and -- and the banks -- and the banks are failing, do we let them fail? >> yes. >> this time. >> yes. >> we let them fail this time? >> yes. they have to know, the shareholders have to know that yes, they will fail. and if they're too big to fail,
then under my plan, and others that have been proposed, they may have to be broken up. >> hmm. some republicans might like that, as well. well clinton says that she would impose a risk fee on banks that engage in risky behavior. and while you were sleeping did you watch this? game one of the world series stretching into the wee hours of the morning. the royals beating the mets in the 14th inning? close to 1:30 in the morning. >> here comes escobar. the royals win game one! hosmer drives home the winner in the 14th! >> well, congrats. the 5-4 victory will go down as the longest opening game in world series history. 5 hours and 9 minutes. social media have been exploding in the fourth inning. a technical glitch caused a four-minute delay. some suggesting that clark griswald was responsible for the delay. and those are your headlines. and steven, are you a royals fan?
you've been very gracious about it this morning, not rubbing it in the faces of our crew. >> the crew would do that to me. >> absolutely. >> but -- >> royals tie on. he's looking sharp. >> series, correct? >> the royals will win. just saying. all right thank you very much, heather. coming up, the video's shocking. a school resource officer body slamming a student who would not comply with his orders, or the teacher's orders, or administrator's orders. well now the fbi is getting involved. but is there more to the story? a student in that classroom is defending the officer. >> yeah. all sides to the story. then a teenager goes missing and turns up nine miles from home. with no shoes on. and she has no idea how she got there. she was sleepwalking. that's how brian gets to work. >> say a little prayer for you.
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video that shows a different angle. >> actually shows the student hitting the student resource officer with her fist and striking. now, what she does is not what i'm looking at. what i'm looking at is what our school resource officer did. >> so did the school resource officer go too far? and what role does the school play in something like this? joining us right now is the president of the national school safety and security services, ken trump today in cleveland. ken, when we look at that video, we see one thing. when you look at that video, what do you see? >> i see a lot of things. and i think the issue is what is it that we don't see? and how do we lead up to this? first of all is you have a student who was not compliant to three adults who made reasonable requests. the question that i have is why do we thrust this officer into that position in the first place? we see far too often across the country where school administrators who should be taking the lead on disciplinary issues are delegating that
responsibility to the officer. and when you put a police officer in to that position, you're likely to escalate a situation, not because of the officer alone, but because of the context, and the challenge you're setting up. >> sure. somebody who is in the room with a student by the name of reginald seabrook, he said this. over and over he, the officer, did nothing wrong, they asked her to get up, but she wanted to show off. to some it looked bad. but she just wanted to prove she was bad. that according to students in the room. now, can you say, going forward, if there are other school resource officers looking in this morning, you have one suggestion on how to deal with an obstinate student where things would not end like this, you feel. what is the -- what is the technique? >> i think the main thing that we would say is, first of all, even the school administrator before the officer, clear the room. you take away the audience you have, set a whole different dynamic and context with that student. i would have sat down if i was
in that position, after clearing the room and told the young lady i'm ordering lunch, it's going to be a long day but eventually you're going to be leaving, there are going to be consequences, can we have a different approach and conversation here. and i think that takes away that challenge. the use of force is going to be, as the central point here, he did make reasonable requests her to comply. but i think we have, steve, a noncompliant student, not necessarily a violent student per se, in that situation where you'd like to see the administrators trained to use verbal de-escalation skills, clear the room, take away the audience, set up a different context. and i think that if we look at how our schools are using our school resource officers, we're going to see a lot fewer of these confrontations, and a lot fewer people who are using something like this to attack good programs. >> clear the room. could be good advice. all right, very simple. ken trump, thank you very much for joining us today from cleveland. >> thanks, steve. >> all right. it is 7:20 in new york city. coming up the 2016 campaign is dominating the headlines.
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with the race for the white house dominating tv coverage and news headlines, it might be the right time to sit down and talk politics with your children. >> or your grandchildren. brad stap is co-founder and ceo of learnourhistory.com. his country creates animated dvds that teach kids history and he's here to help us with the dos and don'ts of discussing elections with kids. what age group are we talking about? >> generally you can start as
early as elementary school age, kindergarten and kids will start to get the concepts. >> you've got some dos and some don'ts. >> a nice chalkboard like in the classroom. make elections fun. >> exactly. make it seem like it's a race and there are different checkpoints. if you do well and your message really resonates then you get to go further. you can win your partiaries nomination and even get all the way to the white house. >> look at that. you're teaching. take kids to vote. we always do that with our kids. >> yeah, it's a good idea. >> we let them push the buttons. >> that's 100% right. you're a great parent. >> thank you. >> i still remember the first time that i voted with my parents it was for ronald reagan and it was so exciting. if you want your kids to be set up for a lifetime of being excited, engaged citizens, there's no better way upon thar them to feel the power of actually pushing that button or turning that lever, because then they feel like choosing the president is actually in their own hands. >> so true. and nice, good visual learning lesson as well. present issues simply. how much detail are you supposed to get into? >> i try and stay away from things like the electoral college. >> yeah. >> i don't understand it.
>> go ahead. you really want to focus on things that kids can understand. the advice i give is focus on three things. the character of the individual. the positions where they stand on issues and what their core values are. it's nice to have candidates who actually have core values. >> so let's switch over to what you shouldn't do. >> don't do it. >> don't get cynical! you know, people, adults are largely are many cynical about politics. >> we know a couple. >> on your show. right. >> but you say when it comes to kids, why should you just take the high road? >> because it's important you don't let kids get bagged down in really what dominates our national coverage of the election, which is sound bites, polls and gaffes. and really focus on the things that elevate the conversation, and picking candidates based on whose message really resonates with you as a parent and hopefully communicate that to your kids. >> this is an important one, probably applies to children in school in general, but don't be influenced. >> yes. as we know it -- >> by the teachers?
>> by the teachers, by textbooks, by the media. >> you can't outsource elections away from -- to someone else who is going to teach your kids. you have to explain your kids why you hold the positions you do and help them understand it. >> but you know, if a teacher, and we've talked a lot about bias in the classroom before on this program and this channel as well, there are a lot of teachers who are going to present one particular side that might not be the same side that is widely held at that kid's school. at his house. >> that's right. and that's why as a parent you really need to be active and engaged and help your kids understand why you hold the beliefs you do. and simplify it. break it down to one core issue. i remember the first time when i was going with my parents to vote for ronald reagan it was an issue of ronald reagan is an american exceptionallist. jimmy carter, thought america was basically the same as every other country. >> this is the most important one, real quick is kind of diversity of thought. don't think that people must agree. >> unfortunately, we see a lot
of this on college campuses now, where there is a sense that if you hold an opposing point of view, no one wants to hear what you have to say. and that is the worst thing for kids to hear. they need to know that reasonable people can disagree. and that's the core of our democracy. >> all right, brad savt, s cofounder and ceo. take your kids to vote. coming up, you've seen the women laying down the law on leggings, steve. >> we saw it. >> if they're too tight, that i can see you got a tattoo on your legs, they're too tight. >> oh, my goodness. that woman, behind the viral video, she joins us live ahead. i agree with her. >> and we're hitting the road hands free, anna kooiman is behind the wheel of a self-driving car. and reading, live on the air. anna? >> well, it's 1785 this day, richard o'brien was captured by pirates. all politics -- i'm reading
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but i tell you what, the bus may be maligned but i thought the service was excellent. >> that's nice. >> actually they've got a special lane designated just for the bus, shoots right out of the port authority right through the tunnel into new jersey. i thought it was fantastic. i was waiting -- you know it took about 45 minutes so i was waiting for the meal service. it never came. >> never came. >> i take the train every day. it's fantastic. if you get somebody else driving. the tension is gone. >> see, normally i drive in and out of town. but i had had a beer last night because i was at brian's book party. >> party. >> partying it up. >> we're going to feature some of the pictures from that. >> it was a very good time. >> thank you all for coming. we'll give details on that. i don't want to fall behind because we have anna on the road driving with no hands. >> that's right indeed. >> hands free. she has hands. >> she has hands. she's choosing not to use them. >> correct. >> from hands to the headlines. here's heather. >> nice job, steve. good transition. all right.
certainly is. all right, good morning. that driver who is accused of purposely crashing her car into the crowd at the oklahoma state homecoming parade, well she now says that she was suicidal at the time. court documents show that adacia chambers admits that she's been treated for mental health related issues in the past and has attempted suicide. four people were killed, and dozens more were injured when she plowed into that crowd. she is now being held on $1 million bail. a sacramento school principal is attacked and slammed to the floor. watch this right here. an insane school fight taking place, and it is all caught on camera. the high school principal was trying to break up a fight in the lunch room when a student shoved him down. three teenagers were arrested for that fight. three school officials, including ross, sustained minor injuries. and a sleepwalking teenager found safe nine miles from her colorado home?
taylor gamil's dad called police when he noticed his 19-year-old daughter was missing from her bed at night. police believe she walked three miles, then rode a bus for six miles, before waking up with no shoes on. she says she recognized the landmarks, and then was able to go to her uncle's house nearby. thankfully she is safe. a man horribly injured after an electronic cigarette explodes in his face. 21-year-old evan spellinger is now in a medically induced coma in florida after his e-cigarette blew up while he was smoking it. the mouthpiece went down his throat, and then exploded once again. he now has burns on his face and his throat. it's unclear what caused that e-cig to explode but his family wants others to be aware of those risks. and those are your headlines. wow. >> all right. i think that's the worst story i've heard all day. >> awful. >> unbelievable. >> poor family. >> we'll watch the progress. >> thank you very much, hepter. out to the streets of new york city, where it's chilly,
maria! . >> it's chilly and it's windy. we've got may hair blowing around everywhere. but that's right, it is going to be a little bit chilly out here and also unsettled. we have this big storm system that's requesting to be rolling through and bringing rain across the northeast. right now quite heavy at times across parts of ohio and into the great lakes. and the concern is that we're going to be dealing with some gusty winds, as well. as strong as 60 miles per hour right off of the great lakes and also in parts of new england. so, of course, that's a big concern. you're likely going to be seeing a lot of delays at the airports. and taking a look at the rainfall totals we could see anywhere between two to even four inches of rain across parts of northeast, especially into new england. current temperatures quite cold out there in new england. 27 right now in caribou, maine, but those high temperatures later today are going to be very pleasant as we head south along the gulf coast. widespread high temperatures into the 80s. let's head back inside. >> all right, maria, thank you. anna kooiman. you talk about cool stories. forget about hands free cell phones, forget about hands free driving. she is hands free driving.
you can use the cell phone. you can read. and it's hurting books on tape sales because no longer do you have to -- >> it's an interesting phenomena. an unexpected consequence. more on that later. >> there she is. >> check it out >> this is the new tesla driving by autopilot car. anna, how odd is it going what, 55 miles an hour? >> well, i started kimberly's book and your book, got through most of "the wall street journal" this morning. actually, it does feel very, very strange. but i got to tell you, it's working great. here from tesla, good morning, tell me some of the specs on the car. has a forward facing camera and twelve ultrasonic sensors or long range radar. let's take our doogie howser, bill nye the science guy hat off and break it down to layman's term. >> it has twelve sensors 360 around the vehicle, it has a forward facing camera that acts
as the eye of the car. that's what's seeing the lanes and reading the signs that we're coming across. and it also has a long range radar which can see through snow and sleet. the best car about this is the cars have hypersensitive gps notify gags. it's learning and improving the more the cars are on the road. >> all the cars are connected. there are 90,000 cars on the road, they're all connected and since october of last year, they're all capable of having this new software upgrade? >> that's right. starting last year we began building all of tha into every single model-s so that they're capable of autopilot. >> now for me to change lanes because it's on auto steer right now. auto change lanes, and auto park. >> so let's go ahead and change lanes. >> sure. put your turn indicator on. right now -- there we go. >> and you have got this set, we're going about 50 miles an hour, so five, six car lengths. >> brake right now, it's not
going to want to do it -- >> because we're going -- oh. oh, gosh. it's got it. okay i'm going to slow down a little bit. ah! okay so you can tell that it's not perfect. and that's one of my big questions for you. some people are not going to want to do this at all. they're going to be hesitant. say no way am i putting my family in the car that drives itself. what do you think of that? >> autopilot the way it is right now is supposed to increase safety and driver confidence. so there's always supposed to be a thinking, rational human being behind the wheel that's paying attention. this is not abdicating driver responsibility by any means. >> when we say lighten the work load, how lazy are humans getting? i want to read, i want to put my makeup on, i want to drink my coffee. not like driving a car is really that hard, is it? >> well, sure. that's when most of the accidents happen anyway, right? is people that are multitasking behind the wheel. that's unfortunately just what's beginning to happen. >> i'm going to go ahead and enable this again.
>> yeah. >> so in order to do that i pull the leave back toward me twice and then pull it up once. and we set our speed limit. now we'll try to change lanes again and see how it goes. is it going to do it? is it going to stay? >> based on the settings for how far in front of you the car is in the car length -- >> it's not doing it. >> disengage it and try once more. >> disengaging. >> okay. okay. >> stop the turn signal. >> we're exiting. >> this is making me nervous. i got to tell you alexis. >> go ahead and get in the midding lane. >> okay. so when you're driving on a highway, in that case we were in the exit lane. >> okay. >> so if you're engaged in the middle lane, right here. >> we're going to click twice again and then bring it up. we're going to one more chance
to try to switch lanes on its own. so it's on auto steer right now. i've enabled the blinker and it's not working. we've got to wrap things up. kimberly, steve, and brian, back to you. >> you're amazing. >> some of it makes me nervous. >> i hear you. >> all right. >> you did a great job there. very brave. very interesting. it's like back to the future. >> anna, she had a great car coach. >> sure did. >> doing this at 55 miles an hour. >> the big question is when you come to the fork in the road which lane does the car take? >> exactly. >> probably the one you program in. >> here's to say, if you get pulled over, and then you go 65, you go -- i wasn't driving. >> the car was doing it. >> you're driving. >> you're driving. >> a ticket to tesla. >> -- the way to get out of it. >> when i'm in trouble. >> listen, i'm just as disappointed with you are speeding. wasn't my idea. >> change lanes and slow down. >> anyway. that's cool.
all right, thank you very much, anna. meanwhile straight ahead coming up the doctor is in first place. and trump is in second place. but does ben carson need to turn up the volume to drown out his front running rival? debate coach ellen schroeder weighs in next. >> and just keep in mind. that's one poll. others say donald trump's in front. you've seen the woman laying down the law on leggings. >> yeah, yeah. >> if they're too tight, that i can see you got a tattoo on your leg, they're too tight. >> oh, my goodness. >> that woman behind the viral video joins us live. playing in the background, billy joel. sheet you may be right ♪ heart health's important...
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time now for your news by the numbers. 630 million, that's how many packages u.p.s. expects to deliver between thanks give and christmas this year. wow. that's an increase of 10% over last year. next, 5 plus 5 plus 5 does not equal 15. on the third grade math quiz. according to common core. their standards say it should interpret that as five groups of three, and the correct answer was three plus three plus three plus three plus three. thank you common core. fox news is the top u.s. brand on facebook for the third quarter of 2015 if you haven't already joined the conversation, head to facebook.com/foxnews. all right let's talk. >> as donald trump slips in the polls just slightly the new front-runner in some polls is ben carson. now the pressure falls squarely on him.
>> we have a breaking story. donald trump has fallen to second place, behind ben carson. we informed ben, but he was sleeping. >> so, what does carson need to do to outshine the donald? knowing that's where the donald's going to go in the debate tonight. debate coach, professor of journalism allen schroeder. so this is the change in the dynamic. you have a sense that donald trump, instead of being the hunted, can be a hunter. correct? >> well, yeah. that's a pretty dangerous position for any of his potential prey to be in. and i would think that's going to be ben carson tonight. >> especially because we're talking about the economy, and a surgeon isn't usually associated with economic principles. especially one where there's a diversion. his website says it's going to be a 10% cut -- a 10% tax for everybody. and now his staff is saying well, it might go as high as 15%. right there, that is red meat,
blood in the water for a kasich or a trump who has the economic background, look to be one of their assets. >> absolutely. especially donald trump, i think, because his whole campaign is predicated on the idea of i'm a successful businessman, and i can bring those skills to the presidency. so, you know, i think carson, i don't know what he's doing to press here but he better prepared for some very specific attacks on that question of economics. >> here is a little of ben carson in doing his thing, and this is his approach and his way. >> i'm not sure that there's anybody else running who spent 18 or 20 hours intently operating on somebody. i have plenty of energy. but, you know, i am soft spoken. i do have a tendency to be relaxed. >> does go on to say i was a little high strung and i stabbed a guy. so he did show us a different side of himself when he was younger. having said that, what is it like, allen, being on the stage
with somebody who has to win? like you have christie, huckabee, kasich, all needing to score. get a home run in this. but yet not look angry in the process. how do you coach someone like that? >> yeah. that's a really tough position to be in, because some of these guys don't start performing they're not going to get any more money coming into their campaigns and they're going to fold just like scott walker and rick perry did. i think the thing is you try to create a moment. you have a strategy. you know, you try to emerge from that debate with a sound bite that's going to get replayed over and over again. it's very tough to do, with ten people on the stage. they ought to look back at the last debate and see how carly fiorina did it. >> absolutely allen. you've got to come back tomorrow or friday and we'll analyze who emerged and who's going to have to call it quits. thanks so much. >> okay, thanks, brian. >> all right 11 minutes before the top of the hour. straight ahead you've seen the woman laying down the law when it comes to leggings. >> if they're too tight, that i can see you've got a tattoo on
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a tennessee woman becomes an internet sensation after sharing her views on leggings. >> ladies, it's pretty much legging weather. i love legging weather. i don't care if you don't like leggings. don't judge me. they are comfortable. so many people like to use leggings as papt-pants. that ain't how they're supposed to be wore. if they're too tight, that i can see you got a tattoo on your leg, they're too tight. that's called pantyhose, honey. >> that's called pantyhose. all right, does she have a point? joining us now is the woman behind the viral video jamie higdon randolph. what a pleasure to to have you on the program. and boy i hear you. people are wearing those as pants out in public, and it's just -- it's all kinds of things gone bad. >> exactly. >> so how did you come up with this idea, spur of the moment? or you had leggings on the mind? >> well, it's starting cooling off here in tennessee, and i
didn't have all my leggings pulled out of my winter storage yet so i went in to my daughter's room thinking they're leggings, i'll slap a pair of hers on. her leggings are a size smaurler than mine and put those on and they were not looking good. i thought that's going to be my rant today. i make public service announcements all the time. so that was just my public service announcement that day, was about leggings because i got up and they were looking tacky and i'm look, okay, i'm just going to drive this out there, but be careful when you're wearing your leggings. keep your tail covered, make sure they're the correct size. so people aren't talking about you. >> it's so true because some people are wearing them and you see they've got the leggings they're wearing. almost like athletic gear they're wearing outside. some of them are a little see thru. some of them a little bit too tight. and people don't necessarily like wear something to cover, you know, the rump, rump behind here in the front. it's for everybody. so i think women needs this kind of like protocol lesson from you. >> well, thank you.
i think some people, a few people have taken my video, you know, okay. some people i think aren't even watching the video. they're like leggings are pants. and i'm like watch the video and people are like, i'll wear my leggings if i want. they're awesome. i wear leggings every day. i have them on right now. i have nothing against leggings. it's just wearing them properly. make sure your tail is covered. make sure you cannot see anything through them. then you'll be fine. >> exactly. well we appreciate you breaking down and giving us the 411. pleasure to have you on the show. and 12 million views, and counting. have a good one, and yes, cover the backside. >> thanks. >> all right. thank you so much. and this is a fox news alert, because two more officers have just been shot ove know ab developing situation that's coming up next. and you've heard of pizza delivery in 30 minutes or less. listen to this. what about 90 seconds or less? i can't wait for this. we're testing the gadgets that are going to make it happen
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how the longest game in world series history finally came to an end. and the power outage that delayed the game, much to the chagrin of many. >> thank you. >> can't spell but i can see. >> mornings are better with friends. ♪ >> wow. >> you know, last night, you might, you didn't mention the fact that the kansas city royals beat your mets. >> oh, is that how it ended? >> that's exactly right. >> today this whole week has been brian versus me, and today we've called in the legendary left-handed mets pitcher, along with mr. mets, to talk about the game. and we're going to find out between brian and i who can actually throw the ball the hardest. >> what's the vegas line on
that? >> jon frankel was throwing 90 miles an hour. >> that one is 52. >> but he's so accurate. >> i mean i'm here to help ice him down after. >> really? >> ice him down? >> his elbow. >> i mean, jon frankel is now trying to pull something so you get to ice hem down. >> this is what we do here at fox. >> got to get up early. put on his mustache and join us. the last time the mets were in the world series was 2,000. they were not successful against the yankees. could be a different story this time. >> so many people were up so late last night watching the game. >> record breaker. >> it was a high quality game. >> meanwhile, joe you heard that. the top ten republican presidential candidates faced off in round three tonight. it's all about business. >> you know it. and this time the focus is on
the economy. >> that's right. that's donald trump's department. and carly fiorinas, as well. senior national correspondent john roberts joins us from boulder. just about twelve hours from now, things kick off. >> things kick off and they're going to kick off in a big way as well, steve, kimberly and brian. there's a lot riding on tonight for a lot of candidates. you mentioned carly fiorina. she needs to have another home run because her debate bounced from the last debate has been fieding. she's dropping in the polls. john kasich, rand paul, chris christie, they all need to prove to the voters why they're still in this race, and donald trump needs to take back the momentum from ben carson, who now leads him in one national poll, and two iowa polls. last night, sioux city iowa trump all but begged voters to put him back on top. >> iowa will you get your numbers up, please? i promise you, i will do such a good job. first of all, i am a great christian, and i am. i am. remember that.
and i do well with the evangelicals. but the evangelicals let me down a little bit. i don't know what i did. >> perhaps the candidate with the most pressure to perform tonight is jeb bush. he spent the weekend with his brother, his mother, and father, hoping to reassure nervous backers that he is still in it to win it. watch for bush to go heavy on the economic policies that made him a popular two-term governor tonight, and possibly lash out at hillary clinton for her statement the other day that the v.a. scandal wasn't that big a deal. >> it's a direct affront to veterans who are outraged by the treatment that their fellow veterans are getting. and it is outrageous to suggest that this doesn't need to be cleaned up. this should be the first priority of our government to take care of the men and women in uniform that have served us, come back home and then get mistreated by their own government. it is outrageous and she's wrong. >> yeah, a lot riding on that for jeb bush tonight.
we're also hearing that there's some consternation about the accommodation at the coors center behind us. that the top tier candidates are getting palatial accommodations in the green room, and some of the lower tear candidates like rand paul and chris christie are basically getting a closet with a toilet in it. there was a lot of back and forth with officials from the rnc but i don't know if they solved this. some of them might go in to tonight not feeling exactly great with the wait they're being treated here. >> let's see if chris christie complains about the green room during the debate. i doubt that. >> all right, john. >> all right, thank you very much. we asked you what you would like to see in tonight's debate about the economy. and margie e-mailed us, i would like to see candidates not attack each other, instead, answer the questions. tired of the rhetoric and attacks on other candidates. >> absolutely. they've got to have the policies because they're talking numbers. >> all right. and we've got a tweet from carvey, looking for true
american views, comments and opinions on making our future better for all my children need this. >> only 140 characters, job creating for those willing to work. yes, charles, very simple. it's easy to say i'm going to create jobs. >> you never know. that question turns up, on his show tonight. we'll know it says something there. let's see if they're going to drill down. i think ben carson is peaking at the wrong time. not the wrong time but the wrong time for the wrong debate. but you say one of his weaknesses is might be the economy, and that's going to be the focus in every person wants ben carson's numbers. >> well, and the economy and making jobs and stuff like that, this really could be donald trump's best debate. and of course carly fiorina from that as well. stay tuned we'll have complete post debate wrap-up right here on the fox news channel tomorrow morning on our program. in the mean time, you have seen the video, it's from spring valley high school in south carolina.
a teacher had asked the students, gives your phone. she said no. a couple of times. no, no, no. school administrator was called. give us the phone. no, no, no. so they called in the student resource officer. the officer, she said no. and then this ensued. we're learning more about it, apparently there's another video out there where she reaches up and pops the officer with her fist. the department of justice we understand is investigating at the request of a local police department. >> the question is did the officer ask the right way? was he fed up? was he ticked off? was he brought in to a situation -- is this too much power? >> you have to give the full context of the situation which transpired ahead of time. multiple eye sitness accounts. one of the students took that video in question is speaking out. a guy who actually filmed the one that you're looking at and he said, quote, the officer is a cool dude. he is not a racist. over and over he did nothing wrong. they asked her to get up. she wanted to show off. to some it looks bad but she
wanted to prove that she was bad. >> ken trump, the president of the national school safety and security services said, look, even though there was some buildup and background, we still got a problem, perhaps with the conduct. listen. >> first of all, even the school administrator before the officer clear the room. you take away the audience, you set a whole different dynamic and context with that student. i would have sat down if i was in that position, after clearing the room and told the young lady i'm ordering lunch, it's going to be a long day, but eventually you're going to be leaving. there are going to be consequences. can we have a different approach and conversation here? and i think that takes away that challenge. >> and what he went on to say was he said that the school put the police officer in -- >> in a bad situation. >> in a terrible situation because the police officer's got -- it's a discipline problem. the teacher or the administrator should have been able to do that. and his suggestion, kimberly, you thought was great. >> i thought -- >> clear the room. >> it was really good. ed whole prosecutor and former teacher when you have a situation like that you have to
de-escalate. eliminate the other outside influences in the room. have the other students leave. get one-on-one with that student, and it really minimizes the level of escalation and conflict that could erupt from a situation like that. >> reminds me from joe paterno did, matt millen went on to be an outstanding player. he wouldn't calm down, joe paterno took his whole team and left him there and moved to another field and left the guy to his own devices. that's what should have been happening. bring them to another field. >> change the environment. take away the audience and then you don't have a bunch of people with cell phones, perhaps, and ultimately, it was the phone that caused the problem. because the teacher said, turn off the phone. get off the phone. and the young woman simply would not. we should point out the officer is currently suspended without pay, trying to figure out what to do. >> i blame apple. if there were no cell phones -- >> technology. >> heather. >> also good advice for kids when you're dealing with a total
meltdown. just get them out of that situation. >> all right. got a couple headlines i want to bring you. nine minutes after the hour. we start with a fox news alert and a serious story to bring you. two georgia police officers are hurt after a late night shooting that took place in savannah. those officers were both rushed to the hospital. we are told they are expected to be -- to survive. a third person was also shot. no word on that person's condition at this hour. police still not commenting on the situation surrounding that shooting. but we will watch this story and bring you the latest throughout the day. today, more than 1,000 police officers will say their final good-byes, to slain nypd officer randolph holder. the 33-year-old was gunned down chasing a suspect in harlem last week. the reverend al sharpton no longer planning to attend the funeral, or deliver the eulogy. he claims he wants to avoid controversy with union leaders. officer holder's stepmother helling "the new york post" she's delighted that sharpton won't be there.
his girlfriend also told the paper that the officer didn't even like sharpton. new overnight one person is dead after a car slams into a bus that is packed with college students in pennsylvania. the bus flipped onto its roof and that car burst into flames. the 28-year-old driver of that car was killed. 18 students from lehigh university's rowing team as well as the bus driver were hurt. police not commenting on reports that the driver may have been fleeing a traffic stop. dash cam video is now being reviewed to figure out exactly what went wrong. while you are sleeping, game one of the world series stretching into the wee hours of the morning. maybe you're a little sleepy this morning. the royals finally beating the mets in the 14th inning. it was close to 1:30 a.m. >> here comes escobar. the royals win game one! hosmer drives home the winner in the 14th! >> well, kansas city 5-4 victory
go down as the longest opening game in world series history. five hours and nine minutes, social media then exploding in the fourth inning, a technical glitch caused a four-minute delay. and other things. some suggesting that clark griswald was responsible for that delay. and those are your headlines. look who we have here this morning. hi, mr. mets. >> sorry. >> it's going to be all right. >> ah. >> we love you. >> it's only game one. it's only game one. and not many people thought mr. met would be on our couch on the show in the world series waiting for game three back in new york. >> sorry you guys lost. if you're heart broken why do you have this big grin pasted on your taste? >> he knows that there's a game two, right mr. mets? >> positive, ready to go. even when you're sitting next to a royals fan. >> what is it like for you to see jon frankel a met legend and knowing he's going to be competing again? >> yeah. >> loves it. >> mr. mets can't talk. >> how do you know? >> well, see, right there.
>> his emotion and his heart. a team player. >> i wish we had the theme song so we could all sing along. would you actually be able to sing? >> i bet we got it fired up. ♪ meet the mets meet the mets ♪ ♪ step right up and greet the mets ♪ >> this is your favorite team growing up, right? you were a mets guy. a lot of people from long island love the mets >> thank you very much. >> the reason why kids love the mets. because of mr. met. it's even more important for kids to see -- >> folks coming in from out of town, mets games are the best. they're so family friendly. they've always been so nice to us. and easy to get the kids in and out. >> oh, my gosh. >> thank you mr. mets. >> thank you mr. mets. >> exactly. >> meanwhile coming up, ben carson, and donald trump fighting for the top spot in tonight's gop debate. peter johnson jr. on the outsider versus insider debate. when we come back.
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second place behind ben carson. we informed ben but he was sleeping. >> terms of energy i'm not sure that there's anybody else running who spent 18 to 20 hours intently operating on somebody. i have plenty of energy. you know, i am soft spoken. i do have a tendency to be relaxed. >> so far the campaign has been about the insiders versus the outsiders. tonight beater johnson jr., it's going to be the outside versus the outsider. >> it absolutely is. all of the insiders are hoping donald trump and ben carson eat each other's lunch tonight and destroy each other so they can re-enter this race. that's going to be the dynamic tonight. can donald trump control himself in terms of ben carson. will ben carson step up and show
some of the fire that he was talking about. you know he talked about the other day, before he was converted to the seventh day adventist, that he had a situation where he pulled a knife. on a friend, and attempted to stab a friend. i'm kind of a street guy, in so in the don't play me as soft spoken and as thoughtful as im. so, bush, graham and all these other folks are saying let's hope donald trump and ben carson destroy each other so the insider candidates can move ahead. >> donald trump, this is his world along with carly fiorina. they could really shine tonight. >> let's look quickly about what they're talking about on the issues in terms of economics. donald trump says cut tax brackets to four of them. 25%, 20, 10 and zero on trade i'm the best negotiator, let's renegotiate all the deals. and on medicare, save the
program, but cut the fraud. ben carson is a little bit different in terms of what he's talking about. on tax, he says flat tax. 10% to 15%. like you tithe in the church. on trade, he'll renegotiate deals but wants more congressional oversight and on medicare and medicaid and obamacare, he says eliminate those programs, entirely. doesn't trump does not agree, medicare's been a good program that a lot of people like. we're seeing in this "new york times" poll is that about 70% of republican prime voters are saying, i'm for somebody now, but i haven't made up my mind. so the insiders are say something, listen, this thing is not done till it's done. so their tactic tonight, the insiders, do no harm, stay in the race, let the two top guys kick each other's brains in and see what shakes out tomorrow. >> so it's going to be insider versus outsider but really outsider -- >> and we'll report on it
tomorrow. you're probably watching the world series tonight. but we'll tell you tomorrow. >> thank you very much. >> meanwhile she is part of one of the most successful and wholesome families in america. now she's revealing her secrets. duck dynasty's korie robertson here next. bring us those who want to feel well rested. aleve pm. the only one to combine a safe sleep aid... plus the 12 hour pain relieving strength of aleve. be a morning person again with aleve pm. you wouldn't order szechuan without checking the spice level. it really opens the passages. waiter. water. so why would you invest without checking brokercheck? check your broker with brokercheck. we ship everything you atcan imagine.n, and everything we ship has something in common. whether it's expedited overnight... ...or shipped around the globe, ...it's handled by od employees
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bear. >> you do like that? >> yeah, i'll take that. >> the book is really the theme of the book. what are theville us that you think that you want to relay, i guess the title gives it away, but for parents out there? young and old? >> well, i think, you know, this is a parenting book but more than that it's about instilling values and what our country needs and how america has kind of lost our way a little bit, and what we think is important. and you know, this is kind of a calling back to say like, you know, as parents we need to instill these values in our kids. we need to be intentional about choosing the values we think are important for our children and we have to live them. >> what's great about the book is you have this set to building character and character is so important. really sets the stage for how a porn conducts themselves for the rest of their life. let's go through these part one talk about this the importance. >> first thing is the importance of care. you know, as a society, as a country. you know a lot of people say, i want them to be happy. that's a good thing, of course. we all want our kids to be
happy. what is the deeper thing we want for our children that will make them strong adults and make them successful in life and contribute to society? that's the first thing, we should talk about the importance of it. >> then after you do that. you identify? >> yes. and we talk about, you know, some traits that perhaps you could see, things like humility. something that's overlooked in society like talking about self-esteem and how we want our kids to be confident and all that. and we do want that. but we also want them to be humble and know their place in the world and know that there's something bigger than them. >> a very important lesson not to make life about them. be about other people and be humble in that regard. >> it's all right to make my life about myself still, right? >> you're making progress. >> thank you very much. >> the last one you talk about overall is parenting, the approach. >> i talk last in the book about just being real and being honest, and faithful. i had a conversation with a young guy one time who said that -- he had kind of lost his way a little bit. i said why do you think you lost
your way? you were raised in the church, your family has good values and he said, my parents said, you know, the things that our parents said they valued, like honesty, and faithfulness, and goodness and all these things, they didn't live like that's what they valued. they lived like they valued the things the world valued like money and success and things. >> unfortunately, that's the world we limp in. let me ask you this, because we've been to your house and it's a beautiful house and you've got five beautiful children. we had a story about discipline of a young person earlier in. how do you discipline your kids? what do you do? >> dad comes home you're going to be in a lot of trouble? do you do that? >> sometimes i use that. if i had to. if i had to pull that out. >> it does work. >> it does work, yes, it does. and they do listen to what daddy says. the other night willie came in, and it was time to go to bed and all the kids just like get up and go, and i'm like that was so easy. >> the alpha male. >> yeah, exactly. i say it's bedtime and it's like
oh, they keep talking. you know. le. >> but willie, who was kind enough and such a great guy 20 come to your book party. >> so nice of him last night. >> very nice. >> he had some time on his hands so he stopped by, it was really cool. i guess under armour sponsored that shot. he got to meet his idol -- >> and here check it out. i am going to have them stay over our house to kind of give back because you invited us to stay over. >> that sounds great. we'd love that. >> the problem is there's nothing to shoot at my house. >> oh, no. >> we'd have to shop for dinner. >> might not stay very long then. >> the brand-new book is called "strong and kind and other important character traits your child needs to succeed." that's what it's all about. korie robertson, thank you so much. >> thank you so much. such a beautiful family. many blessings to you. >> now you know how that lasts. you gave them values and character you know how they act when you're not around. and that's the key. >> right. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> all right.
meanwhile coming up on this wednesday, u.s. intelligence officials say isis is getting harder and harder to track, and the reason, well blame snowden. what that means for the war on terror, going forward. from this day. >> he could have used some character. >> and game one of the world series goes to steve's hometown team. and this morning, brian is trying to save face. the competition continues this morning with a pitching challenge just by mets legendary pitcher john franco and you got it, the mets. >> he's shown 100 pitches, franco.
all right well brian's book party last night. the "fox & friends" family celebrated the upcoming release of brian's new book "thomas jefferson and the tripoli pirates." >> notice right there, if you will, i am reading thede down. i did that as a joke. people thought i was serious about it. but it was a fun event and i was having fun. so hello, haters. >> thanks so much to everyone for coming out. superstar geraldo rivera, evander holyfield. >> do they know each other? >> not really. the book comes out next tuesday. there is dr. oz making sure everybody was under control. he showed up late. his daughter was an outstanding intern for us awhile ago. now she's a big time producer. >> very cool. congratulations. much success. >> and thanks so much, too. to brian who took all those great pictures. >> and the control room right now. >> 26 minutes before the top of the hour. heather's got a fox news alert. >> 33 minutes after the hour. two people are now dead after an
explosion at an oregon firing range inside a world war ii era tank. police say that there was a camera crew on the scene, filming the tank at the time. they're hoping that the video can shed some light on what exactly went wrong. the sheriff's office and oregon state police are now investigating what happened in bend, oregon. well hundreds of terrorists are changing their online behavior. a reaction to documents leaked by edward snowden. u.s. intelligence officials are now saying that the government had been tracking the potentially dangerous extremists online. but now the terrorists are changing their habits because of information that snowden stole and then published about the government surveillance program. snowden has been living in exile in russia for the past two years. is god real? if you say yes to that question, you failed a test. that is exactly what happened to a seventh grader in texas. the assignment asked students to label god as fact, assertion, or opinion. well 12-year-old jordan says
that she answered fact, because her faith is real. listen. >> i tried to write things for the bible and stories that i've read before from people that have died and went to heaven but have come back and told their stories. and she told me that those were just things that people would do to get attention. >> oh, wow. the district has since apologized. they say that the assignment was ill conceived. that teacher, they insist, will be disciplined. >> and look at this one, an oklahoma toddler gets the prize of his life. watch this. >> come here. >> oh! oh, poor little guy he's scared. but you just have to love that cute little chubby cheeks right there. let's watch it again. a priceless reaction from 18-month-old jett. his grandfather's roar sent him
running in the other direction. that individual video has now been viewed nearly 850,000 times. brings a smile to your face. let's head outside now to maria molina. and she if she can beat that one. >> good morning. >> good morning. i'm putting you guys to the test today. we're being photo bombed mr. met out here. but sorry -- >> john franco play trivia? >> i'm going to keep the question a little hidden over here. >> how many active volcanoes are there in the u.s. is it "a" one, "b," five, "c" 29 or "d" 159. how many active volcanoes -- >> i'm going to say "b" which is five. >> i'm going to say 29. >> john? >> "b." >> "b"? >> oh. >> 169. >> it's 169. >> whoa! >> mr. met was choosing that.
>> i feel like i'm misled. >> once again. >> okay, it will be better next time. >> thank you, maria. >> thanks, maria. >> meanwhile, you're probably just waking up if you watched it. if you didn't, here's the deal. game one went to the royals. scored the final run, a 4-4 tie. congratulations to the royals. they did it because david wright the captain of the team had a throwing error to put a man on base -- >> now you're making excuses? they just lost, brian. >> that wasn't the only -- all week we've been battling, steve's a big midwesterner -- >> i won yesterday with the best food. >> i remember in '73 listening. and this guy to my immediate left, best left in the history of baseball, john franco, great to see you. >> john. >> thank you. >> first off, how do the mets bounce back after a night like that? even though it was on the road. >> they'll recoup. they'll be fine.
their pitching is very strong. but on the other hand the royals are a very good ball club, too. you can't make mistakes, you can't give them extra outs. >> your prediction is royals in five? >> mets in six. >> you have the mets in six? >> 2-3-2. we know the extra time to me it's a lot harder on the visiting team than the 2-2. >> especially after coming off a tough loss last night. >> they can bounce back. >> they need to win this game. >> because speaking of pitching, right now brian and i are going to have a pitching duel. we set up a jug gun. >> going to figure out how fast we're able to throw the ball. and john franco -- >> i'll be the judge. >> john, how fast can you throw the ball? >> i just woke up! >> come on. >> all right. okay. >> game on. game on. >> speed? >> the bigger the number. >> ladies and gentlemen, brian
kilmeade warming up. >> what are you -- >> so i haven't pitched in at least three months, have i? >> not thrown a ball. >> what advice do you have for me right now? >> try not to break the window behind the cage. >> okay. >> this is the cage. >> all right. let's do this. come on. >> try not to break the window, brian. >> all right. >> oh! >> hey look at this. >> oh, my gosh. >> try one. >> try one -- >> the mets -- >> a hard hat! >> okay, brian, throw one more. >> brian, go. >> come on. >> 30 seconds, brian. >> oh! >> oh, my gosh. >> 37. >> all right. >> you went 37 miles per hour. >> the idea of this is get it into the net. >> now because my team, kansas city royals, won last night, i actually, as the winner today, get to select somebody to throw
the ball for me. i suggested it was john franco but instead i want john franco and mr. met to throw the ball. so john, first you throw the ball. >> you're not throwing? >> all right, now this should be good. mr. mets. go ahead. and 32 -- >> that's fantastic. >> kimberly, let's go. >> look at that. >> oh, my gosh. >> hey! >> john, thank you. >> oh! >> one thing about john franco he used to hop into the stands. here he is the best pitcher in baseball, used to hop in the stands before every game and sign autographs. he always thought fans first. >> i appreciate that. >> let's go mets. >> i don't think so! just saying. >> go mets. >> all right.
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house republicans officially starting the impeachment process with a resolution against irs chief john koskinen. >> kristin fisher is live in washington with the latest details. kristin? >> this likely stems from the justice department's announcement last week that it would not press charges against lois lerner or anyone else at the irs for the targeting of conservative groups. so, congressman jason chaffetz, the chair of the house oversight committee, which has been investigating the irs for two years now, says his only option left is to move to impeach the irs commissioner, john koskinen. >> we've got to do our job in the house and demonstrate to the american people we're going to hold people accountable. imagine if the irs had asked you for documents and you said yes, we do have them, then you went ahead and destroyed them. what do you think the irs would do to you? >> in his impeachment resolution, chaffetz accuses the irs commissioner of violating the public trust in three ways. failing to comply with the subpoena resulting in destruction of key evidence.
failing to testify truthfully and providing false and misleading information. and finally, failing to notify congress that key evidence was missing. now the irs flatly denies the accusations. quote, the agency vigorously disputes the allegations in the resolution. we have fully cooperated with all of the investigations. you know, pursuing impeachment against an agency leader is very rare. but many house republicans feel strongly that someone at the irs should be held accountable. the house oversight committee still has to vote to impeach the irs commissioner. only then would it move to the full house, which, by then, could very well have a new speaker in paul ryan. back to you. >> all right. thank you. >> thank you. >> coming up, a new study says 80% of millionaires are self-made. so actually, you can achieve the american dream, too. financial expert dave ramsey is here with three habits that millionaires use to get their success. >> but first let's check in with martha maccallum with a preview what's happening at the top of the hour. we just saw bill hemmer
downstairs glad handing with the mets. hello. >> i can't believe that. he would never do something like that. good morning, you guys. so donald trump begs iowans to put him back on top as the gop preps for a possible game changer in tonight's big debate. polls show most people have far from made up their minds about how they like. so buckle your seat belts it's going to be a rocky ride. rand paul is with us. he will debate tonight. first he'll stop here this morning. we'll find out what his strategy is and why he hates the budget deal on the hill. no fat lady has sung for the irs. impeachment is now on the table there. lots coming up. bill and i will see you if he ever comes upstairs from talking to the mets, at the top of the hour.
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millionaires are self-made? which means they did not inherit their fortune. financial expert dave ramsey talks to everyday folks who just happen to be millionaires on his radio show all the time and he asked them to explain their secrets to success. >> how'd you do that? how did you get a million and a half dollars at 51? >> slow and steady. investing strategy. we made sure we made saving a priority. >> so what are some other millionaire money habits that you can learn to get on the path to prosperity? that's the question and he's got the answers. dave ramsey joins me live from nashville. always a pleasure to have you on the program, dave. let's help america make some money. you've got some tips for us. >> well, the first thing is you want to be one of those millionaires i'm talking about. and the millionaire next door by tom stanley outlines it really well. you have to do it on purpose. people don't accidentally end up millionaires. and by the way, winning the lotto is not the shortest way to
being a millionaire and being an athlete or an actor or rock star. less than 1% of millionaires fall in that category. almost all millionaires fall in the slow and steady, i work, and i save for 20 or 25 years, and then i was a financial overnight success. >> all right. so you call that living intentionally with europe. it is not going to happen by accident overnight. have a plan, make it happen. also consistent investing, you say, is very important. >> well, it is important. a lot of the examples you see, with a calculator with a guy like me is you invest $100 a month. or you invest 15% of your mc. but if every month, and that's why something like your 401(k) or a roth i.r.a. that is coming automatically out of your check or automatically out of your checking account helps you to have that consistency. because when i talk to these millionaires, most of them, it's taken them 10 to 20 years. an average of about 17 years to become a millionaire. which isn't bad, really. but that means they've been saving a big chunk of their income every month for a long
time. >> all right. well here's the last one that i think is so important, generosity. ultimately you can't take it with you but it's about giving back. tell me what this means. >> what's weird is that when you're generous it makes you into a generous person. and generous people are highly attractive. they're grateful people. they're people that smile. and they're people that other people involve in wonderful money deals. because they're generous. they don't have a greedy, self-you know, selfish heart, and man i just see a high correlation between millionaires that are highly generous. and i didn't become generous when they became millionaires. they became millionaires when they were generous. the big thing to remember is anyone can do it. >> i love that. positive attitude. the american dream is not dead. >> absolutely not dead. i've been a millionaire twice. i'm so stupid i went broke and had to do it again. so it's possible. if i can do it, goodness, anybody can. >> all right. fantastic, optimistic news. we've got the debate focusing on
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