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good morning, everyone. it is sunday, november 22nd. we start with a fox news alert. terror on the home front. atlanta on alert, amid warnings of a possible attack there as brussels remains locked down, prepared for multiple attacks at any moment. we are live with breaking details. and while you were sleeping, president obama talked terror all the way in malaysia. >> destroying isil is not only a realistic goal, we're going to get it done, and we're going to pursue it with every aspect of american power. >> is that a sign of a real strategy shift? or just one thing? and donald trump taking his critics head-on. >> are you ready for this folks?
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are you ready? oh, they're going to make it such a big deal! they're going to make it so big. he said something so politically incorrect. >> what he said next that had the whole audience erupting in applause. we'll tell you what it is. "fox & friends" begins right now. all right. let's get to the fox news alert right now. isis threatening more attacks across the world today, including here in the united states. november 22nd. they're targeting specifically a wwe event in atlanta. this comes a little more than a week after the deadly paris terror attacks. >> and this morning belgium remains on maximum terror alert as the manhunt for suspected terrorist attacker salah abdeslam intensifies. >> we have team coverage. greg palkot is live in paris. first let's check in with garrett tenney in d.c. with more on the threat here at home in atlanta. good morning, garrett.
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>> good morning. yesterday isis released another in what's become a string of propaganda videos since the paris attack suggesting that additional attacks could be possible. and this only adds to the already high level of anxiety for law enforcement officials who say they are taking every threat seriously. evidence of this is a report by a group affiliated with the online activist anonymous yesterday saying it had uncovered several planned attacks by isis on indonesia, italy, lebanon, as well as here in the u.s. the alleged target here was a wwe pay-per-view event tonight in atlanta, georgia. a larger, more well-known twitter account of anonymous later said it wasn't aware of the threat. tweeting, we did not spread any rumors about possible future isis attacks, and, frankly, we do not know where the rumors come from. the fbi isn't taking any chances, though, and released a statement saying, in part, the fbi is aware of reports of an alleged threat that includes an atlanta, georgia, venue and event.
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while we take all threats seriously, we do not have specific or credible information of an attack at this time. we have made the proper notifications as we continue to work closely with our law enforcement and private sector partners to keep our community safe. local law enforcement, and security there at the venue are planning to step up the security measures at the event tonight out of an abundance of caution, they say. back to you all. >> garrett tenney, thanks for that information in washington. obviously everyone here at home on high alert. the terror threats also shutting down the city of brussels for a second straight day. the manhunt intensifies for the world's most wanted fugitive. >> let's get out to greg palkot, live in paris covering that end of the story. greg, good morning. >> hey, folks. brussels remains in lockdown today. once again, a state of emergency throughout that city. officials now saying they're worried about a paris-style attack there. a thousand extra troops have been deployed across that city.
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the belgian capital, as well as armed vehicles moving around the streets. authorities say that they are on guard for several people, armed with guns and explosives, wanting to hit several locations. sounds a lot like paris. this as the search continues there for salah abdeslam, the so-called eighth attacker in paris. it's believed he fled to belgium, and the new word we're getting today, he would love to be with his isis friends in syria. maybe that's not going to be possible. this amid brand-new reports we're getting in paris that french authorities are now looking for a ninth attacker in that terrorist spree. turns out there could be another person who had shot up the cafes, leaving dozens dead, scenes of carnage. finally, french president hollande will have a very busy week ahead. he will meet with president obama in washington on tuesday, russian president putin in moscow on thursday, as well as leaders of the european union, and turkey. all of this, trying to regain, bolster, and intensify the
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international fight against isis. that's over in syria, iraq, and all around the world. back to you guys. >> greg palkot with all the breaking details in paris. >> the question back here at home this morning, how do you defeat isis? there have been calls, of course, the president to step up and say and deliver a plan on what we are going to do to try to stop isis. we heard reports on the very day of the paris attack, stepped-up efforts to go after the oil infrastructure, of course. the big money fields that they are able to sell to third party vendors and make all kinds of money. >> millions of dollars a day. >> hitting these oil lines and truck convoys. now the president in malaysia yesterday says we are going to take down -- just actually a few hours ago, so there yesterday -- today. but overnight. this is what the president just said. listen. >> prejudice and discrimination helps isil and undermines our national security. so even as we destroy isil on the battlefield, and we will
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destroy them, destroying isil is not only a realistic goal, we're going to get it done, and we're going to pursue it with every aspect of american power, and with all the coalition partners that we assembled. it's going to get done. >> does that mean that we'll have boots on the ground? >> no. he has indicated no. >> but every aspect would cover, you would think -- >> it should. it would. it could. but doesn't right now. i mean you make a good point. and i think that's going to be the question for the president. what other specifics of this strategy? he's trying to do some cleanup work because the previous news conference on his trip to asia a few days ago he basically said the strategy is working. now we're hearing we're intensifying things, we're really stepping it up, because his strategy is clearly not working. >> even on the day of the attacks he said we contained them. they were contained. >> that was just a few hours before the attacks unfolded. >> meanwhile donald trump making headlines over the past few days talking about going after isis and bombing them wherever they
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are. he also, though, last night in birmingham, alabama, had the crowd on its feet, talking about something that -- he mentioned here at the top, is going to be controversial. we'll play this tape and get your assessment of it. listen. >> we have a situation where isis has raised its ugly head again. and we got to chop off that head like they're chopping off the heads of our people. i want surveillance of these people. i want surveillance, if we have to, and i don't care. i want, are you ready for this, folks? are you ready? oh, they're going to make it such a big deal. they're going to make it so big. he said something so politically incorrect. that's why we're going to hell, because we're so politically incorrect. such a big deal. such a big deal. i want surveillance of certain mosques. okay? if that's okay. i want surveillance. and you know what? we've had it before, and we'll have it again.
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>> i have to tell you, since the paris terror attacks, and all the subsequent happenings, i've had friends that initially said donald trump is the biggest joke. these -- several of these people have switched into his -- into his cheering section. because they do -- they do feel like he would be the strongest person when it comes to dealing with isis. >> but he's not without criticism on this. his rival jeb bush coming out the other day accusing trump of fear mongering on this issue with the database issue. and number two i think the same question we were just saying about president obama, okay, you're going to defeat isis. finally, after all this time. how are you going to do it, mr. president? we've got to ask donald trump. how are you going to do it? to just keep saying we're going to bomb the heck out of them. the u.s. under president obama has been unleashing a lot of airstrikes. and every military analyst we have who comes on here, yesterday, and we're going to have more on today, say that's not enough. so what else will you do? >> even in the wake of 9/11 there were surveillance of mosques, and donald trump talked about that. he said we've been doing this under ray kelley here in new
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york city. >> and he's come on to the local fox station where i work monday through friday and said definitively, this is the type of thing that did not need to go away. we need to continue to do this. >> but there is this, from that corner of the republican party, there are those who are defending president george w. bush in one of his most famous speeches of his presidency, to the islamic center right after 9/11. saying that this is not an attack on -- we have to separate radical islam from islam. and he heard from, obviously, many republicans, and said that was one of the defining moments of his presidency. have we shifted, though? is donald trump taking it too far? jeb bush seems to think so. ted cruz seems to think so. >> we can ask him. he'll be joining us in the 8:00 hour, so make sure you stay tuned for that. >> there's also a video going viral overnight of an african-american man, a black lives matters protester, who appears to have gotten roughed up, if you look at the video. we'll ask mr. trump about that. it's causing a little bit of a controversy online.
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>> donald trump coming up. >> let's do some bomb scare forcing a flight from flock to turkey to make an emergency landing overnight. the turkish airlines plane landed safely in nova scotia, two hours after leaving jfk. all 256 people on board were safe. canadian police say bomb sniffing dogs found no sign of explosives, but they will continue investigating the source of the threat. and some brand-new video to show you. shows the desperate measures people took to stay alive in the horrifying mali hotel attack. people pushed mattresses and couches against doors, hiding from al qaeda affiliated militants for more than seven hours. this as the terrorists stormed the luxury radisson hotel armed with ak-47s, taking nearly 200 people hostage. they timed the siege for right after morning prayers when security was short. shattered lamps and dishes covered floors, showing scenes of struggle. at least 20 people died in that attack, including one american. 41-year-old public health advocate anita datar. surprising result in the louisiana governor's race,
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democrat john bell edwards upset the once heavily favored preb giving the democrats the first statewide victory since 2008. he'll finish bobby jindal's gubernatorial term. and number nine michigan state beats defending champs ohio state. the game-winning 41-yard field goal hit with three seconds left. spartans win 17-14. oklahoma state undefeated no more. the baylor bears take down the cowboys 45-35, likely ending oklahoma state's playoff hopes. and lsu loses its third game in a row. ole miss beat the tigers 38-17, quarterback chad kelly leading the way with four touchdowns for the rebels. >> who won that game? ole miss? i think there's a fox anchor -- >> yeah. >> maybe. >> also celebrating, rick. >> he's always celebrating. >> rick standing by. >> big weather going on. >> yeah, big snow in chicago. >> big snow.
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in fact the biggest snow they've had in november in 120 years. give you an idea. they don't get this kind of snow that often this early. take a look at what's going on after that snow. now 12 degrees so clearly it's not going to go anywhere that quickly. cold air settled all the way down across parts of the south. 41 degrees right now in atlanta. those temperatures dropping, and this cold front is moving off towards the east, and get ready for a very chilly couple of days across the east. this is the storm, the center of it moving up across parts of canada. that's where most of the snow is. the cold front will move on through. it will be a gray, cloudy day and then we'll clear things out and see cooler temperatures. look at all this rain across parts of florida. a lot of rain yesterday, more of that today, but the cooling air is coming in and the drier air will come in. all right, guys, everybody wants to know what it's like to travel on wednesday. here you go. looking at a little bit of rain showers. stormy day across parts of the central plains. i don't think it's going to cause huge problems in the airports. get ready for a little bit of delays and snow out across the mountains. >> that could be a problem
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monitoring possible terror threats all across the globe. at home the fbi taking a threat against atlanta seriously. and overseas, brussels remains on lockdown. with authorities warning of multiple attacks, possibly on the way. and that comes on the heels of the attacks in paris, of course, a week ago that killed 130 innocent people. since those attacks, americans have increased their support for sending u.s. troops abroad to fight isis. a new abz/"washington post" poll finds this this morning. 60% of americans support an increase in boots on the ground. but what does that all mean? one man who has been calling for an increase is former ambassador to iraq and turkey and deputy national security adviser to president george w. bush, james jeffrey. nice to see you this morning. welcome to the show. >> thank you for having me on. >> are you surprised by that poll that more americans could stomach sending ground troops into a middle east war? >> i was a little bit surprised, because of our recent experiences. and i sympathize with the americans. i was a soldier sent to vietnam some 45 years ago.
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i know how serious a decision this is. but the isis threat is even more serious. >> interesting, dr. jeffrey, you've been ahead of the curve on this. back in march you said the president's mideast policies were, quote, in a g.d. -- want to be careful sunday morning, in a g.d. free-fall. where are we when we look at the fact that president hollande of france after these horrific attacks will be going to the white house on tuesday, but then later in the week going to see the russian president vladimir putin. is the power shifting here with russia taking the lead and not the u.s.? >> well, that's one of the things. i would say we're no longer in free-fall. we've hit the ground and we've hit it really hard. what president hollande is doing in going to putin he isn't seeking military capabilities that putin has and that we don't. we have 20 times the power of putin in the middle east. it's an area where we have huge bases, and police and everything else. but putin is willing to use force aggressively. that's what hollande wants to see. so he's, in a way, putting us under pressure by indicating that he can also go to russia.
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but this is so bad, russia and iran, its new ally, forming a security belt in the middle east is almost as dangerous as isis. at least for the region. >> you heard the president just a short time ago, just overnight, he's in malaysia, he said this, he said we're going to destroy isil on the battlefield and we will destroy them. destroying isil is not only realistic, we're going to get it done. we're going to pursue with every aspect of american power, it's going to get done. do you buy that? >> i buy that he feels under a lot of pressure. we've seen things from attacking oil trucks to putting special forces on the ground, the raid in hawijah to rescue prisoners a couple of weeks ago. but it's still incremental. and the problem is that gives the enemy the chance to react to it. he has to hit them with everything now as hard as possible, or the next president will have to put a lot more boots on the ground. >> ambassador jeffrey, i've got 30 seconds. what is that number, then? the president throws out what his critics say is a straw man
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that we can't send 100,000 u.s. troops back to a mideast war. is it 10,000? is it 20,000? when you say we need to use all of our might give our viewers a ball park. >> general keane, who i much respect testified a few days ago, we need about 10,000 troops on the ground. he said two brigades. that is in combat, not support troops, about 10,000 troops, too, as a possible reinforcement if we need them. i'd say in the ball park of between 10,000 and 20,000. >> that's on the ground in syria. >> that's on the ground between syria and iraq, including some support. >> all right. we appreciate it this morning. ambassador jeffrey, serious times and you're bringing very sharp analysis to it. we appreciate you joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> terrifying moments caught on camera meanwhile. college student is shot trying to protect a woman. we'll have an update on his condition, next. plus triple trouble with schools, an ivy league university comparing the gop to jihadi john. and two middle school assignments on isis and islam. what in the world is happening at our schools?
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>> let's start with a story you broke at cornell. what in the world is a social justice event and how can they justify likening the gop to jihadi john? explain that. >> well, the justification is the most outrageous part. yeah, so at cornell university, they put on in the veteran labor relations department a sort of labor roundtable for students to get to the and talk about social justice and featured art from these cartoonists that are big in the labor movement. obviously this event was sponsored by the teamsters, by a lot of union-based organizations. and they put up artwork all across the room, that featured things like the gop elephant sexually assaulting a woman. and most offensively, the gop as jihadist john in his black clothes garb with an innocent man standing next to him and the elephant is holding out a knife presumably about to behead this man. the university's response was that this is supposed to expand
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dialogue, tolerate an acceptance in the university community. >> yeah, i mean -- >> how? >> this is outrageous so much so it's sunday morning. we're not going to show you the sexually assaulting gop elephant, by the way, on national television. i want to give their response which you just said. cornell's dean of industrial and labor relations said this, kevin holik said this year's display again includes some strong images. he said a few of which have proposed complaints but art can sometimes shock and be controversial. is that a sufficient response? >> absolutely not. look, free speech must be protected. and we must protect that free speech. but here's the important thing, nothing wrong with him being rational and coming out and saying, look, in light of 130 people being viciously murdered in paris this last week, we're not going to allow probably half of the cornell students, who consider themselves to be republicans, conservative, to be likened to jihadist john and isis. it's absolutely unacceptable. >> we heard the other story about the utah school, of
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course, using -- having the students create propaganda posters for people to join isis as a classroom exercise, how would you develop propaganda posters and also the lyrics at another school in california, middle school, having the kids sing about the spread of islam, switching up the fight song lyrics, talking about god, and creating explosions like a sandstorm in the desert, sending camels into motion, like how a single face can make a heart open. i'm not singing this, i'm actually reading this. they might only have one god but they can make an explosion. those were the lyrics. what is going on, caleb? obviously parents were upset about this when they learned about it. >> yeah, there's two big things here. number one, in california, the school that is, and this teacher forced her seventh grade students to sing this pro-islam song. this song, if you actually look at the lyrics, and i encourage all the viewers to google these lyrics, they include things like who cares if jews or christians don't believe in allah, we must spread islam. and that, you know, islam fight
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song. the militant perspective of this is absolutely rououtrageous. however i don't think any religion believes public school officials should be teaching kids about religion. in week that same school is going to be putting on a winter concert. they're not even calling it christmas. because calling it a christmas concert as we've seen time and time again is to far too offensive for those who may not identify as christians. but on the other hand allow for that song to be sung. >> exactly. allow them to sing a song about the spread of islam. caleb, great to see you this morning. >> take care, clayton. coming up on the show, america on alert in the wake of recent attacks. the u.s. hasn't issued an actual terror alert in years. does the government have a responsibility to keep the american people in the loop? our panel on deck to debate that straight ahead. we'll be right back. the lexus december to remember sales event is here.
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we are back with a fox news alert. 6:32 on the east coast. america is on high alert today after isis releases more propaganda videos allegedly threatening new worldwide attacks, including a wwe event in atlanta, georgia. >> yeah, report by a group affiliated with the online hackivist anonymous saying it had uncovered a list of targets in indonesia, italy, lebanon and paris. the fbi says while it has received no word of a credible threat in the united states it is taking the matter seriously and taking precaution. >> this comes as belgium remains
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on maximum alert as an international manhunt continues for the world's most wanted fugitive tied to the paris attacks. friends say salah abdeslam the eighth attacker who ran to brussels after the attack and he is now reportedly hiding there, telling people he'd, quote, love to be with isis, his isis friends in syria. paris police believe there may have been a ninth attacker. ed? >> despite all this, the u.s. is not on any sort of terror alert. in fact the national terrorism advisory system has not issued any asserts since it started in 2011. how much does the public know about terror threats and how much of a responsibility does the government have to tell us? here to discuss former new york director of homeland security, former secret service agent and former fbi of the joint terror task force and retired lieutenant commander with the office of naval intelligence. good morning, kind of sort through fact and fiction right now. americans waking up to severe threats all around the world. michael, what do people need to know this morning? >> terrorism is meant to
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terrorize, and so they're going to put out propaganda. they want to spread their message. and what i would say is that if they're going to attack, they're not going to give any warning. so they're not going to come at you, they're not going to tell you pay attention, we're going to attack here. so when you have these types of propaganda, guy across the world in a mask saying don't shop at the mall of america, that's kind of ridiculous. what the united states and department of homeland security needs to contextualize the threat but make sure you always support the folks on the ground. >> evey what about the fact, i feel like when this hacktivist anon mist says they may be planning to attack the wwe event tonight in atlanta, that could be good for people to know about, and on the other hand, is it a bad thing that this kind of potential intelligence information is getting out there for the world to see? should this be handled behind closed doors by the professionals? >> it should be. you know, the thing is i get wanting to put that message out there and warning the public. but you also have to think of the consequences, the chaos and fear that happens when you warn the public, don't go here, don't go there, because now we're
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feeding into terrorism itself. but also from an operational security standpoint you're showing your hand. law enforcement doesn't want to show their hand. often cases in law enforcement we would know things and yes, maybe in some sense you want to tell the public but you're thinking if i tell the public, who is the public? it's everybody. it's the people we're fighting. you don't want them to know what you know. >> steve, right now it's happening in a broader context. all of these terror threats. i'm walking through the streets of new york city the last couple of days, you go through rockefeller center, there's not the normal police presence. there's more police thankfully and they also have larger weapons you notice. everyone is taking this seriously. but these police officers in new york city and around the country, are also dealing with the fact that they're under siege in some communities, being accused of brutality, and whatnot. and what does that do for the folks on the front lines? >> look, we may be entering into a phase of this war, unlike anything we've ever seen in the history of this country. the first defense against terrorism are the police on the streets. when i hear politicians say we got your back, they better have their back. police officers are very
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reluctant at times to get involved, because of, "a," they're going to be charged with racial profiling. "b," the distractions with all these protests going on is emboldening the enemy. so the message to cops has to be from the top down, we've got your back. let them do their job, and they'll do it well. >> yeah, are we next? when you look at what's been happening, mali, paris, all the talk about well there could be more attacks throughout europe, is the u.s. the next target, though? >> two threats. one, it's typical organization where you're resourcing. we're very strong from that perspective. much stronger than a lot of the european countries. border security, the ways we do background checks. is it per next? no, but we're much stronger. so the rule of thumb is they're going to attack when they have an opportunity to succeed. what the real threat i think here is, immediately, is are the folks who are already here, you know, the folks who are inspired but not instructed necessarily. the folks who get off the couch and say, i'm going to go to draw the prophet -- >> become radicalized. >> and get involved.
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they're so hard to track, because they have no footprint in the security field. >> evy, got to know you when you worked in secret service. president obama decided the color coded system did not work. maybe he was right, maybe he was wrong. there is a system in place, that the government whether they use colors or not, could warn the public. what should the government be doing right now? right now it appears it's sort of scattered news reports. we're saying this might happen, that might happen. this happened yesterday but the government is not giving us a united, unified here's what you should be thinking about. should they be telling us something specific? >> sometimes they don't know. because you have to understand that the chatter that's coming in, the noise that's coming in all the time. it's nonstop. so you're sitting there trying to figure out, this is what they're trying to do. the government's trying to figure out is this leng it? is this not legit? is this noise? what is it? every time you get something you have to figure out do i put this out there? what are the consequences of putting this out there? the system and the color coded system was just too vague, it was subjective trying to figure
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out what should be yellow, this color, that color. i think they have their hands full. and i think as the public we want to know what's going on but we also have to put trust in the government. they're making these decisions for the benefit of all of us. and to kind of piggyback what you said with law enforcement, like there's a lot of negativity, in law enforcement, but when things go bad that's who's going to be there to help us. even speaking to my former colleagues in law enforcement, right now they're a little bit of the laissez-faire attitude. unless things break big i'm not getting involved. being in law enforcement and even having insurance for being -- >> bottom line for you, you served in the fbi joint terror task force right in the middle of it. are we safer now than we were after 9/11? is there a bigger threat now? what's the bottom line? >> bottom line is i believe because of the fbi, and our intelligence agencies, we haven't suffered a catastrophic attack. but at that time, at that point in time, we had the president of the united states and the congress and every political figure backing the law enforcement community and the military community. the problem we have now, is that there's so much fragmentation
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between the white house, and the local cops, we're in a dangerous situation today. >> hmm. thanks for your insight. steve, evy, michael, good to see you all. now, there's some headlines. a tulane university medical student is shot when he tries to save a woman under attack in new orleans. this surveillance video shows peter gold being shot in the stomach after he approached the crook on the street. the gunman tries to shoot a second time but his weapon jams. the suspect got away with the woman's purse. she's okay. gold is in the hospital but he's expected to be okay. five people, meanwhile, including a police officer -- when a skyscraper burst into flames. you can see the 50th floor of the famed john hancock center. officials say the blaze started in the bedroom of a residential unit. one officer suffered smoke inhalation. four others hospitaled. cause under investigation. three teens waking up behind bars after gunfire sent people into a panic outside a high school football game in miami.
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cell phone video captured the moment crowds, players, referees ran for the exit only three minutes left in the game. right outside the stadium, police arrest ed three people fr having weapons on school property. thankfully no one was hurt. and it can only be described as a miracle. a baby's brain tumor seemingly disappears two months after being kissed by the pope in philly. >> i think all of this is from god. you know the pope is just -- was the messenger from god. >> 1-year-old giana has a rare, inoperable brain tumor. these scans show how large that tumor was in august. after being blessed by pope francis it's almost undetectable now. her parents believe it was all divine intervention. those are your headlines. very inspiring story right there. rick, you've got some weather for us. >> yeah, we do. i tell you what, big storms this week -- or this weekend across parts of the central plains. this video out of michigan, one of the states that got very
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heavy snowfall. in fact some spots, 16 inches of snow. this is from around kalamazoo, interstate 94 you get an idea. the very cold conditions, and all of the snow covering all kinds of accidents there. a little bit too much snow. a little bit too early. in fact this is one of the biggest storms we have seen in november across the area, ever. so, gives you an idea how incredible the snow was. almost 12 inches in the chicago area. at least, along with that now the cold air has settled in. it's 12 degrees in chicago, and the wind is making it feel like below zero. 19 in minneapolis. but you see that cold air settled all the way down across parts of the south. so behind this system, the cold air will be with us for a couple of days and the overnight low temperatures get ready for the first real hard freeze for much of the country all the way down across parts of the south. all right, guys, back to you inside. >> bikini weather in ms. yule la, montana. >> pope francis calls christmas a charade saying the recent terror attacks make it -- father
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the world on alert today in the wake of recent terror attacks and threats. at home the fbi monitoring a possible threat in atlanta this morning. they say it is not credible but they are still taking it seriously. >> and across the world in belgium, brussels remains on lockdown this morning as authorities warn multiple attacks could happen at any moment. >> the recent attacks have pope francis calling christmas a charade. saying it's meaningless in the wake of terror.
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let's talk about this with fox news religion contributor father jonathan morris who joins us. >> good morning. >> a charade? >> well, you know, a lot of popes, previously, would be more nuanced about that, well it's not really a charade because jesus died, there is heaven, there is a possible of paradise. pope francis is less nuanced, let's put it that way, and we're talking about it because of that. and he has a point. it can be misunderstood buthas . that is, we're celebrating christmas. the prince of peace. god amongst us. and yet, there is so much division, hate, there's so much anger, there's so much poverty, there's so many people left out of the possibility for prosperity this morning, before coming, i had to help two guys coming off the steps of my church, who were sleeping. they don't have a place to sleep. or yesterday, a woman came to me from my parish, this is in the bronx, who's trying because we had to close the list of turkeys that we give out to people in
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neighborhood because we just didn't have any more turkeys to give. a single mom. that makes you pause in terms of celebration of christmas. as if everything were okay. does that make sense? >> it does. but what do you think, then, pope francis wants us to do when he says it's a charade. he means just the celebration, the decoration, focus on what really matters? >> focus on what matters. also, do what we can to make a difference in this world. he was specifically referring to everything that's going on internationally. the syrian refugee crisis. the war in the middle east, so many very real problems, genocide of christians in the middle east. a lot, a lot of suffering, or in the ukraine, so many places around the world. >> i know that you're not best buddies with the pope, but i mean you're aware of his personality and, you know, who he is as a man and i guess we kind of all are. those words that he that he that he said that seem to be, you know, getting everybody talking,
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charade, things like that, did it -- did it surprise you that he said it like that, though? i mean -- >> except that he -- except that the only surprising thing about pope francis is that he's always surprising. you know, the only unsurprising thing is that he's always surprising. he's full of surprises. because he's learned how to cut through i think some of the theological talk in order to reach people, in a way that they can understand, that we can understand. he made me think, by saying that. when i was with these homeless men early this morning, i thought of what he said about christmas being a charade. and i thought, what am i going to do? i don't even have the -- i don't know what i'm going to do with these guys. they don't want to be in a shelter. but they're going to tend up in a shelter. we have to do something about the situation in in other words we can't go and be there christmas morning, open gifts, hoping we get the perfect thing, celebrating as if the world were all okay. >> be the change you want to see in the world.
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>> that's right. >> father, great to see you this morning. >> god bless you guys. thank you. >> all right coming up here on the show, terror at home and around the world, now, how would president mike huckabee respond? he's going to join us at the top of the hour. >> and the president said gop rhetoric is helping isis recruit. >> -- thing that christians are more worthy of protection than muslims are, in a war-torn land, that feeds the isil narrative. >> and the finger pointing continues. how the voters feel about what he said. we give it the dial treatment coming up next. d comes in very handy with cash back twice. with 1% when you buy and 1% as you pay. with two ways to earn on purchases, it makes a lot of other cards seem one sided.
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6:52 on the east coast. the world is on edge this morning. including here in the united states, here in new york city i can tell you that. monitoring possible terror
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threats across the globe. at home, the fbi is taking a threat against atlanta very seriously. in brussels, they warn multiple attacks can take over. describe the enemy in different ways. now do they feel about the term nothing? we have someone here to put it to the dial test. she joins us with the results. good to have you here. >> great to be here. >> we were talking about how people in new york city are on edge, people around the country on edge. we want to feel safe. right now i think a lot of people aren't feeling safe. they aren't at all. >> president obama's sound bite first and then reaction. >> isil seeks to exploit the idea that there's a war between islam and the west. when you start seeing individuals in positions of responsibility suggesting that
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christians are more worthy of protection than muslims are in a war torn land, that feeds the isil narrative. >> go to the dial. what are we finding from voters? >> overall, people felt the same. this is not the time to be saying this. we're not at war with each other, not at war with republicans, with independents. we're at war with isil. we want to talk about what are you doing to keep us safe here at home and safe around the world. we are not here to -- only about a b. independents, d. republicans an f. this is a time to bring the country together, not divide us further. >> what about hillary clinton. talking about the war with islam. >> that was one of the real contributions despite all the other problems that george w. bush made after 9/11 when he basically said after going to a mosque washington, we are not at
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war with muslims. we are at war with people who uses religion for purposes of power and oppression. yes, we are at war with those people. but i don't want us to paint too broad a brush. >> we're at war with this person. we're not hearing definitively, anything to make us feel safe. >> absolutely. what are republicans saying, democrats, independent sns. >> what they're all saying is let's stop having arguments. let's talk about the behaviors and what you're going to do about it. overall, democrats loved what you had to say. a minus. what she had to say about bush is interesting. independents and gop all the way down. c and d. what they said is listen, stop with the nam by pam by rhetoric. be decisive, say this is wrong. i don't care what you call it, as long as you come out strong and decisive and lay out plans to make it better. >> let's hear what ted cruz had to say about this matter.
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>> our own president doesn't understand it's at war with us and will not stop until it's defeated. that's radical islamic terrorism. as long as there's a commander in chief unwilling to utter the words, radical islamicter rim, we will not have a concerted effort to defeat the radicals before they continue to murder more and more innocents. >> we see reaction is -- there's a huge chasm between the republicans an democrats. >> further apart. it really couldn't be. he went after the president and went out wholeheartedly. he was very decisive. democrats gave him an f. republicans an a. what you liked about him, he was so strong and convicted about what he was saying. however, people are tired of this is not the time for us to divide. this is time for us to come together as a country and deal with what we need to do together. that's wa leadership is about. >> summarize that and you did. lee thanks for joining us. thank you. president obama is confident
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good morning everyone. it's sunday, november 22nd. 7:00 on east coast. i'm juliette huddy in for anna kooiman. terror has taken over the globe. atlanta on edge amid possible -- >> brussels remains on lockdown. the breaking details just ahead. while you were sleeping, president obama says he's confident we'll defeat isis. >> destroying isil is not only realistical. we're going to get it done. >> is that for real or just more of the same. mike huckabee will join us with the reaction in mere moenlts. you remember this story from yesterday. you exploded our facebook page with this. a pop warner football team
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undefeated but they won't go to disney world. why? the league wanted to be fair to the other teams. halfway through the season, they decided to change rules. the team mom and her son, the quarterback join us live. "fox and friends" hour two starts right now. >> let's get to the terror alert. fox news alert. terror on the homefront. isis making new threats of a worldwide attack or worldwide attacks, i should say including here in the united states. the terrorists a allegedly targeting a wwe event in atlanta, georgia. >> this comes in a little more than a week after the deadly attacks in paris. >> garrett tenney is live in washington this morning with the breaking details. good morning, garrett. >> reporter: good morning. this new video from isis is the latest in a string of videos that the group has released since the attacks in paris threatening the west with
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additional attacks. this past week, the online hack group, anonymous declared war on isis and has been working to take down websites and social media used by the terrorists. yesterday an affiliate of anonymous reported it had uncovered several planned attacks by isis on indonesia, italy, lebanon, as well as here in the u.s. the alleged target, a wwe pay-per-view event tonight in atlanta. several larger, more established twitter accounts of anonymous have come out saying they aren't aware of the threats tweeting this. we did not spread any rumors about future isis attacks and frankly, we don't know where the rumors come from. the fbi says it is aware -- it isn't aware of any specific threats. it is aware of rumors and it isn't taking any chances. a statement reads in part, the fbi is aware of reports of an alleged threat that includes an atlanta, georgia venue and event. while we take all threats
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seriously, we do not have specific other credible information of an attack at this time. while national officials say there is no known threat in atlanta or the u.s. currently, local law enforcement and private security are planning now to have an increased presence at the event tonight simply out of an abundance of caution. back to you. >> garrett tenney live for us this morning with the details on that. we want to bring in 2016 presidential candidate, former governor the arkansas, governor mike huckabee joining us from florida this morning to talk about the news today. governor, good to see you this morning. i want your comments on what the president just said a little more than an hour ago from malaysia. he said he is going to destroy isis by any means necessary. i want to play this and get your reaction. listen to the president. >> discrimination helps isil and undermines our national security. so even as we destroy isil on the battlefield and we will destroy them, dee strieg isil is not only a realistic goal, but
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we're going to get it done and pursue it with every aspect of american power and with all the coalition partners. it's going to get done. >> it's going to get done. governor, do you buy that? >> no, i don't. seven years worth of him telling one thing and something else happening has destroyed his credibility. this is a president who has not acted real strongly, in fact, he's as recently asinine hours before the paris attack said that we have contained isis. i sometimes get the impression that he's like george mcfly going against biff and biff is getting the betterit. >> bake to the future reference. >> exactly. for those who somehow missed that movie from the '80s. but i'm just astonished that we're having to sit back as americans and watch a french president show more backbone,
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more determination to go after isis and we're playing second fiddle to vladimir putin. frankly as an american, i don't like it. i want george mcfly to be the george mcfly that gets up his courage and says this isn't our fault and we're going to put our fist in the face of isis and put them down. this nonsense that we're responsible for egging them on, look, they're not egged on by what we say. they're egged on by their religious fanaticism. something the president refuses to accept. >> governor, i know you'll be shocked by this. donald trump has been speaking out again. he's fairly blunt and we want to play a shout-out for you and get your reaction to it. >> we have a situation where isis has raised its ugly head again and we got to chop off that head like they're chopping off the heads of our people. >> i want surveillance of these people. i want surveillance if we have
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to and i don't care. i want a -- are you ready for this folks? are you ready? they're going to make such a big deal. they're going to make it so big. he said something so politically incorrect. that's why we're going to hell because we're politically incorrect. such a big deal. i want surveillance of certain mosques. if that's okay. i want surveillance. you know what, we've had it before and we'll have it again. >> so governor, what do you think? >> it depends on whether the surveillance is done with a warrant. because look, as much as i hate isis, i also love this country. i love our constitution. i love the protections that it affords every american and the life that it gives to the world. and we have our government and we are the most envied nation on earth for a reason. because we elevate law above our own passions. and i do believe that if we decide we're going to surveil
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anybody, it better be under the constitutional protocol and mandates that require having a warrant and some probable cause. you can't just put a microphone, the government can't, just can't put a microphone on every citizen and say we're listening. that's as scary as it is to think that isis would be coming after us. >> governor, on that point, since you cite the american constitution, the seeking of the american dream here, isn't america also about welcoming in refugees, people who are in the middle of a civil war in syria who have no hope and nowhere to go? >> of course it is, seth. but we also have a responsibility to protect the american people from people slipping in under the guise of being a refugee. i suggested from the beginning and it seems like most of the other candidates are following the lead. make that refugee camp in the middle east. put it close to where these people are fleeing from. provide some assistance with
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food and shelter and safety and security so their women aren't being raped. to wholesale open the doors without a proper vetting which the fbi and cia director says we simply can't do even though obama says we can. but this is the same president who told us that obamacare was going to save us money and we could keep our doctor and insurance and find out what happened in benghazi and he'd fix the irs. i'm sorry, his credibility is shot. there is none. i do take the fbi director seriously. i don't think this is a good time for america to import terrorism unbeknownst to us. >> governor, let's dive into more specifics on what we could do with isis. earlier on our program, i'm not sure you were up this early, we talked to the former ambassador to iraq under president obama. he had said that 10,000 was the number that he saw as potential ground forces, two bringing aids. general jack keane believed that was a number to go into iraq to
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tackle isis. where do you come down on perhaps a specific number of ground troops the u.s. would have to send in. >> i would take jack keen's word. he's one of the heroes of the country. he's a brilliant military strategist. i'd listen to people like jack keane and ask what we need. let's define the mission. let's decide, what is it we're going to get done? if it's to crush isis. let's make that the goal and don't go in with the footprint. let's go in with the heaviest footprint we can, squish this bug all over the middle east and all over the world and be done with it. another analogy i've often used and i'm hearing it now from almost everyone, this is not a benign tumor. this is a malignant tumor. you have to eradicate it and radiate the area around it to
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keep it from coming back. if we don't destroy isis in that same way we could a malignancy, then it will come back to kill us and we have to look at it that way. from medicine to bugs to george mcfly, we've covered it all this morning with governor mike huckabee. good to see you and have a good week out there and be safe. >> i love that you're a back to the future fan. >> thank you very much. happy thanksgiving to all you guys. >> thanks, governor. >> you too. first the bomb scare, a pa flight from new york to turkey made an emergency loonding. the plane landed safely in nova scotia two hours after leaving john f. kennedy airport. all were safe. bomb sniffing dogs found no sign of explosives but they will continue to investigate the source of that threat. the woman accused of killing four people when she drove into a crowd at the oklahoma state university parade was not drunk at the time. documents show that the
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one france man's message is being echoed across the world. he said i am doing this video because i am fed up, fed up with seeing all those attacks without realizing we are entering into a civil war, a war that's likely to hurt a lot. i'm addressing all muslims of france, let's protect our beautiful religion. let's track the imposters who pretend to be muslims. it's not the authorities who will get rid of them. it is us. so a fellow muslim who applauds this message and has been saying this for years here at home, the founder and president of the american islamic forum for democracy. dr. jaser, when you see that video and you hear this french muslim is saying, the problem is within, what do you say? >> i say i'm speechless. i mean, that's what we've been asking for, for so many years and so many of us have been. that is just real.
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it is someone who is taking ownership for it. he's taking responsibility. that's how you condemn terrorism. you don't make excuses. you talk about the fact that it's within our house. that's why we have to -- the reason is went viral is i hope and pray that it's not only the west but muslims within the west that are clicking on that and saying this is what we need do and need to hear. i'll remind people again, it's not the imams or the clerics, it's lay grassroots muslims. listen to what he said. he said we need to vindicate the republic. bingo. that's what i wanted to hear. vindicate the republic. western nationalism versus islamo nationalism. the radicals that believe in a jihad that drives them to want to die for jihad rather than die for france or america. that's why it's going viral. >> it comes in the context of a couple days ago, hillary clinton said she's not going to use the term radical islam because it elevates the terrorists. this morning, the president at
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another news conference in asia saying he doesn't use that. basically says because it makes it like it's a war against islam. he doesn't want to play that game. does this video show us there's a difference between islam and radical islam? >> yeah. i'd like secretary clinton to go ahead and look at that video and then tell me that the language doesn't matter. it does matter. not only does the west need to hear it. once they see this video, everyone, even with a question about muslims, he says they may mix us up with terrorists and muslims. don't complain about it. act against it. it will cause a calming because americans in the west will realize that we have to be part of the solution rather than do the press release condemnation of violence. therefore, watching this you'll realize that you have to call it like it is. to wake up muslims like this. young frenmen and so many of us who remain silent because we're given a pass, it's not islam. if you're going to treat the patient that has cancer, sometimes chemotherapy makes us
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sicker before we get better. that's the only medicine we need. this is part of the medicine being clicked by millions. >> dr. jaser, on that point, he said we muslims who believe as we do are not turn coats but the only ones who can win this civil war. what does that mean to you as a muslim? >> so much of my work and the work of muslims like myself who are reformers are called uncle tom, the turn coats and he hits the nail on the head. we actually love our faith more than the radicals and the islamist because we own it, we want to fix it, get it into the 21st sintry, out of the 7th century. therefore, it's not about turn coats. it's about loving our republic, loving the constitution more than we want po apologize for so-called sharia that's in the 7th century. this is a responsible video. hopefully there will be millions of more muslims who listen to this young man and begin to march in the streets, march on
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youtube and elsewhere and tell america and the west that we're with you in this fight against the cancer and isis, radical islam in saudi arabia and iran and all over the planet. >> positive note to end on then. so how do you win this civil war? how do you stand up? you're one voice, a very powerful voice. this french man is one voice, a powerful voice. how do you get more voice toss stand up? >> like our founding fathers. this is a battle we need to not only condemn the act but condemn the idea, the caliphate jihadist, we need to put imams and leadership on notice that they will not speak for us and begin to have reforms spoken from the rooftops of every opportunity. >> dr. jaser, very hopeful positive message for us on this sunday. appreciate your time. >> thank you. a pop warner football team
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that's how much one steakhouse is charging for a package that includes a diamond engagement ring also. >> have to go through the stuffing to find it. concerned about cooking the big thanksgiving feast this week? maybe there's an engagement ring in the turkey. the burns dishes and crockery. we have easy fixing for potential dinner disasters. we have the she was behind the couples kitchen. james is the author of the great cook. >> good morning. >> want you to keep calm and carry on. pour yourself a glass of wine. i'm doing "the skinny" girl pinot grigio low in calories, great flavor. it's wonderful with everything all the way from your stuffing to your pie. >> have a little bit of that. >> if you've earned your meal, you've got wine. >> stuffing takes for every to get out of the pan. the crust around the side of it.
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>> stock. a good chicken stock is the key. we love this progresso chicken stock. they simmer their -- they simmer chicken bones, herbs, vegetables. >> do all the work for you. >> if your stuffing is dry, if it's a little tough around the edges, when it's hot pour in a little bit of the great progresso chicken stock on the edges. it will moisten it up and get it out. we have a gorgeous walnut recipe on the website. or couples kitchen.com. >> an italian twist to it. >> the centerpiece of a meal. you don't want it to be dry like national lampoon's christmas vacation. >> watching it deflate as you slice into it. >> sometimes it comes out a little dry. don't give people the option of gravy. you slice the turkey in the back, put it on a platter with the good gravy already. >> you do the gravy. we like the chicken stock for making the gravy. it's not going to be dry. >> sound like a politician.
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it's a cover-up. >> pour the gravy on. >> you don't give them a choice. >> then we have our delicious casserole. if you have soggy vegetables. do not worry. make it into a casserole. >> right. beautiful cheeses. we go from limp broccoli to a beautiful cheesy casserole. i like to pour a little bit of gravy at the pom. we go for our favorite cheese. incredible, wisconsin-based family run. art artis mel cheese maker. >> if you have a soggy issue, put it back in. >> throw it in the broiler. that's going to create texture. it's going to be nice and soft and gooey the way a casserole is supposed to be. >> the parmesan -- layering flavor. cover the flavors. >> caramelize. >> sometimes getting this out of pan is a lot of trouble. thank goodness i have my scotch bright extreme scrub sponge. it's going to get off. no soaking and it's four times the scrubbing power.
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so moms, husbands -- >> not just moms. >> get your scotch brooit. dessert, when you burn that, we've all been there. it looks like a disaster. >> usually the crust goes bad. but the filling is still good. what you can do is scoop out the good filling. what we've done here. filled up some jars. >> parfait. >> cookies in the bottom. >> put a little whip cream and scooped out the good filling. put that in the jar. >> focus on the positive. >> burn some marshmallows on the top. >> caramelize them. >> you don't burn them, honey. you caramelize them. >> you kick back and let everybody marvel at how brilliant you are for making these beautiful pumpkin pies. >> i burned it, but i fixed it. >> james, brook, these are great tips. >> thank you guys so much. >> thank you. >> thanks for leaving the turkey for us. >> julieian, you're going to have to use the tips.
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more about economic cooperation. but given what has happened in paris and obviously in mali, the war on terror and international security really did come to the fore. even in his final news conference in malaysia. you're right, he was asked not only about the war on terror but what he thought americans should be doing and thinking about as it relates to insecurity and isis. and even the homeland. listen carefully to how he played that out and what he thought americans should do and more importantly perhaps what we should not do. >> our coalition will not relent. we will not accept the idea that terrorist assaults on restaurants and theaters and hotels are the new normal or that we are powerless to stop them. they can't beat us on the battlefield so they try to terrorize us into being afraid. as president i will not let that happen. >> reporter: will not let that happen. he doesn't want us to be afraid. the president very strong about that. i also asked him, by the way,
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about the relationship with vladimir putin. the president said yeah, sure i'd work with the guy. that's not a problem. but would he be willing to work with putin in a way to defeat the terror groups all over the globe even if it meant keeping assad in power. listen to how he answered that question. >> we are in a constant conversation inside of the situation room about how do we apply force most effectively to go after key isil targets. because if we're not careful about it and this brings us to the practical element of it, then you can alienate the very populations that you need to win over. >> kevin traveling with the president in kuala lumpur. you can hear on the ground there, police sirens. we lost his satellite. we'll get him back a little later. >> did a nice job staying focused when that chaos was going on. let's get to headlines.
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start with a fox news alert. a jailed american journalist in prison in iran. iranian state tv announcing jason rezian's punishment after he was convicted of espionage last month. he was detained with his wife and two others in 2014. all were released except for him. the terms of his prison sentence are unclear. philadelphia is saying goodbye to men and women only single stall bathrooms. mayor michael nutter signed a law banning gender specific restrooms in both public and privately owned spaces. it's intended to "east discomfort of strans gender people." the new rules -- does not affect multiple stalled bathrooms zienlts an update on the story yesterday. a vet is reunited with his service dog after a texas group refused to give it back. >> everybody that was involved with bringing smoky home, i mean, i want to thank you from
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the bottom of my heart. >> andrew overjoyed to have his dog smoky back. at first the shelter o would not release the dog because his mother tried to pick it up for him because she was not the dog's real owner. the shelter claims they never refused to return him, just needed proof of ownership. there you go. singer adele puts daring aside for a stunt for bbc. she donned a fake chin to go undercover with adele impersonators. then the big reveal. ♪ ♪ >> i mean, once she starts singing, it's adele. the other adeles realize it's really adele serenading them. they are ultimately treated to a
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lovely and personal concert. >> i love this. you know what that reminds me of. have you ever seen the funnier video with jewel. she puts on a costume and goes into a karaoke night at a nightclub. everyone is like -- >> rick, did you ever see this? jewel gets up there and grabs the microphone and starts singing and everyone starts crying. sounds exactly like jewel. >> that's amazing. those poor women realized they're not as good as adele suddenly. i'm going to be the best adele. no, actually, adele is the best adele. >> there's been all this snow across parts of wisconsin and turns out you're here from wisconsin. >> that is correct. >> good job. you came here where there's no snow. >> that's right. >> we'll show you video out of wisconsin to show you what you're missing. take a look at this video. this is what hopefully somebody is doing to your driveway right now so it doesn't melt 57bd turn into ice. about 7 inches in the milwaukee area.
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it's a little bit warmer because of the lake. but we're also just in toward the sections, up to 16 inches. very, very cold. 11 degrees in chicago. south of milwaukee. you get the idea, that snow is there and now the cold air is settled in place for a couple of days. here's the forecast across the northeast today and towards the great lakes. we'll see lake-effect snow across the areas prone to that for today. some areas, maybe 6 to 10 inches of snow. a little bit of rain across eastern massachusetts. behind that, the cold air will get here and tomorrow will be the chilliest day we've seen this year as well. down to the southeast, the same front moving on through bringing pretty heavy rain showers across florida today. take a look at this. cold air settles in behind it. 50 in savannah. 38 in raleigh by the time you're getting towards after sunset. towards the northern plains, a little bit more snow flying across minnesota today. overall, just a chilly day. out across the areas of the west, very, very dry. we'll start to see the next rain
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move into the pacific northwest by tomorrow. all right, guys. back to you inside. >> all right. >> thanks, rick. >> thank you, rick. holiday time. that means good movies coming our way at this time. kevin mccarthy is talking about the hunger games. it's the final installment in the big series. it's finally here. take a look. >> turn your weapons to the capital. >> this is the end. >> got one shot. let's make it count. >> what did kevin mccarthy think of the final film? he joins us with his review. kevin, great to see you. does it live up to the hype? >> of course. we're a month away from star wars. i'm wearing my r2d2 tie bar. did you see my sketchy posted on facebook. >> of course i did. i follow all your social media. >> why don't you do the nerd segment later online and then --
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>> let's talk about -- i've never seen the hunger games. i hate to admit. is this going to live up to the previous seri right. it's the fourth film in the franchise. the final film. it's made over $2.3 billion so far at the box office. this film is the final film and katniss played by jennifer lawrence is taking down president snow. leading an army. it's direct d by the person who did -- he loves dark themes and dramatic angles. the movie does a good job at that. very intense. the action scenes are insane to watch. the sewer sequence makes you feel claustrophobic at times. this franchise has transcended the teenage genre. these films are well-directed, well acted and produced. i think it's the best hunger
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games since the first one. it's better than 2 and 3 as well. >> good acting. it actually, you haven't read the hunger games, you can enjoy the films as well. >> i spoke with jennifer lawrence and wanted to find out about the first and last scenes they shot in the series, the whole franchise together but also jennifer lawrence's nephews are in the film as well. i wanted to find out how that happened. check this out. >> first thing i ever shot was omar through the -- in that flashback. >> in the rain. that was like the -- >> i shot earlier that day. i shot in the bathtub that they never ended up using. >> oh, yeah. >> getting ready for the games. i punched the window and the whole thing shattered. there was a -- i got it. the whole window smashed. then i beat my chest like a gorilla. >> the babies were actually your nephews. >> they're my nephews. >> how did that come about? >> i pimped them out. >> the first nephew was born when we were doing the first
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hunger games. this has been his destiny for a long time. >> i do want to mention by the way that i always tell you whether or not imax is worth it. a lot of the films come out in imax. this film was not shot in the imax format. do not waste the extra, see it in regular and save money. >> i love you guys, have a wonderful weekend. tell everyone i said hi. >> we'll speak to donald in a few minutes. we'll tell him you said hi. we have a headlines actually. a tease actually. atlanta is on alert after there was a possible terror attack tonight at a wwe event. we're live with the breaking details coming up next. an undefeated pop warner football team dreams get sacked. they won't go to disney world after all. because they changed the rules mid season. a mom and her son, the quarterback, join us in minutes. it's winter.
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that includes an atlanta venue and event and while we take all threats seriously, we still do not have any specific or credible information on an attack at this time." we spent yesterday speaking with ticket holders of the event. here's what they had to say. >> not sure now. maybe not so close to those -- >> threat or no threat, wwe fans are going to turn out and law enforcement is really good at what they do. they're going to protect us. >> reporter: so you have some people who are nervous. others who believe that law enforcement will keep them safe. that's certainly the message from the fbi today. they will be working with local law enforcement agencies to do just that. that's the latest here in atlanta. marissa mitchell, fox news. really appreciate the update. coming up at the top of the hour, donald trump joins us live. what does he think about the terror threats. what about his plan to defeat isis.
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the team of 9-year-olds don't get to go to disney. the playoff system was too competitive. >> it was -- >> can you guys hear me? >> we were having technical
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hurdles trying to get everything lined up. can you hear me? no. you guys can hear me? >> yes, i can hear you. >> all right. all right. we got over some of the technical hurdles here. kalel, i want to start with you. you were planning to go downs to disney world to plays in the playoffs and the championships down there. when you heard that your team was not going to be able to go, what did you think? >> disney? >> when you heard your team wasn't going to make it, how did that make you feel? >> it made me feel a little mad and a little like sad because we put in a lot of work and we didn't go to disney world. there was a lot of teams that went and we were supposed to go because those teams, i don't think they were as good as us and we would have probably beat them too. >> you probably would have beat
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them. 11-0, mom. when you found out as the team's mom they were suddenly halfway through the season switching the rules on this, what did you think? >> excuse me? >> i was talking to kia, your mom. can you mahear me? what did you think when you found out they were changing the rules? >> um, pretty devastating. this was something that was relayed to us early in the season, i think we would have all been able to handle it a lot better. it would have been just fine. but midway through the season, that was a great problem for the parents, coaches, staff, and especially the players. yeah, we were very, very upset that this happened midway through or just weeks before
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traveling to disney. >> what do you think message this sends to the kids on the team, that hard work really doesn't matter, winning doesn't matter, we're just going to have a no competition policy here and choose people randomly for this. what kind of message does that send to the kids that everyone is a winner? >> i understand their perspective and not being a huge competitive league as far as kids this young, however dillon, my child, he's -- kalel has been playing football four years now and i may have said that four years ago or three years ago even, but at 9 years old, i think that it's not -- it doesn't send a great message when you set them up for a reward at the end of their competition and, you know, it's taken away from them.
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it makes them think, you know, we worked hard and we worked hard to nothing. they did win their citywide championship but these guys worked so hard, they knew they could go further, they knew that they could head to disney. even if it wasn't a competition and it was a huge fun day or whatever, they had prepared for the mighty mights at the mighty mights bowl in disney, they felt they worked hard for it and that was their reward. >> well, 11-0, they certainly worked hard. and to have that pulled out halfway through the season doesn't seem to make sense. we'll see if pop warner changes its tune with the media coverage lately. great to see you this morning and i appreciate you named him after superman, by the way. that's his crip tone yan name. >> i know. i love it. doing way better. >> coming up on the show, donald
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trump says we have to chop the head off isis. he joins us live in minutes. we will ask him about that and what the president said this morning about isis. we'll get his response to all of that. "fox & friends" continues after this.
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good morning, everyone. it is sunday, november 22nd. i'm juliet huddy in for anna kooiman. overnight president obama talking terror from malaysia. >> destroying isil is not only a realistic goal. we're going to get it done and we're going to pursue it with every aspect of american power. >> that was just hours ago. what does frontrunner donald trump have to say about that? he's joining us live to talk about that and many other things in just a moment. as brussels remained locked down today prepared for multiple attacks at any moment all that coming as a manhunt continues for the most wanted fugitive
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responsible for the paris attacks. where friends say he may be hiding out. >> did you wake up grumpy this morning. >> grr. >> it really could be because you got out on the wrong side of the bed. the good news we finally know which side that is. we're going to show it to you this morning. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. . all right. we want to start this hour, welcome you to "fox & friends" on this sunday morning. we want to bring in the 2016 presidential frontrunner right now in the campaign, donald trump, is joining us on the phone. mr. trump, nice to have you on "fox & friends" on this sunday. >> good morning. >> we want to get your take on what the president said while he's traveling in malaysia overnight around 5:00 in the morning our time, the president
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made some statements about where we are in this battle against isis and he says we're not at war with an entire religion. listen to the president and i want to get your response. >> we will not give into fear or start turning on each other or treating some people differently because of religion or race or background. that wouldn't just be a betrayal of our values, it would also feed isil's propaganda. their assertion, which is absolutely false, that we must absolutely reject that we are somehow at war with an entire religion. >> mr. trump, your response to the president last night in malaysia? >> well, he's so politically correct that he's never going to solve the problem. i think it's disgusting, actually. he doesn't want to talk about the problem, doesn't want to use the radical islamic terrorist type term, doesn't want to get involved in that. i mean it's disgusting. he was saying the other day just before the attack in pairs ris
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that he has isis contained. they're contained? like hell they're contained. they're getting worse, bigger and more emboldened and we better get somebody in there that knows what he's doing in terms of a president because i will tell you what, this man doesn't have a clue. i honestly don't think he was meant for the job. he doesn't have a clue. he speaks badly. he speaks the wrong tone. when he made his speech the other day in europe, that was so -- it was a disgrace for our country. it was a total disgrace. we have to get somebody in that knows what he or she is doing. >> mr. trump, you want to be that man. you had a big rally in alabama yesterday and repeated part of your plan, which is you keep saying, let's bomb the hell out of isis. republican senator john mccain, chairman of the armed services committee told "usa today" that bombing the hell is not enough. i think the voters deserve more specifics than those kinds of platitudes. i know you've sparred with
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mccain and you don't want to give the enemy the entire plan, but president obama would say he's been bombing isis as well. is that really enough? >> well, senator mccain has been working on this war for 12 years, 14, 15 years, all these guys. i watched lindsey graham, totally wrong concept. he wants to be a tough guy. he's not a tough guy. look at what's happening to him in the polls. he has zero. they're not tough guys. you have to be smart and know what you're doing. i've been saying to you people, for two years bomb the oil. they started doing it a couple days ago. i'm saying keep the oil, but they should have done that you wouldn't have had isis. they got their wealth from the oil. most of their wealth from the oil. i've been saying two years, maybe more than that, i actually said keep the oil when they were going out, when obama announced the date with -- one of the dumbest things in military history, when he announced the date we're leaving on a certain date so the enemy pulled back, waited for that date and now do whatever they want to do.
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i've been saying bomb the oil, take the oil for a long time. you wouldn't have isis if they listened to me in the first place. guys like mccain and guys like lindsey graham, they don't know what they're doing. i mean honestly, they've been fighting this war for so long and, you know, they talk like tough guys, but their plan is totally wrong. i listed on to their plan. their plan is totally wrong. so you've got to get a group together, it's got to be a very strong group, you got to go in and just take these people out. these are bad dudes and we have to take them out and take them out fast and strong and we can't mess around. you want to do it with a coalition because you do need boots on the ground. and you have people over there like the kurds, those are the people that were, i don't know, everything that i see, they're the ones that want to fight. they seem to be the most reliable fighters. we give so much -- we give billions of dollars of equipment to military equipment to people that run away with it, that run away as soon as the bullet is fired in the air and the enemy takes over. the enemy has better equipment than we do.
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they take over 2,300 hum vis armored plated the best we wouldn't have so many wounded warriors if they were able to use the equipment. the enemy took it over with a couple shots in the air. we have to know who we're giving it to. if there's a plan that would be unbelievably effective in the war but we have to get it together. letting russia bomb isis, good thing, don't forget isis knocked down their plane, they're no friends and russia is now bombings the hell out of them. that's a good thing, not a bad thing. lindsey graham was saying oh, you know, they're taking -- what does he want the ego of bombing. if russia wants to bomb let them bomb. we've been quagmired in the middle east for so long, such a long time, afghanistan is our longest war, but we've been kwaug mired there for so many years. we have to rebuild our country but we have to go out and get rid of this cancer and the news because even on fox last night, they called this -- i call him the guy with the nerdy hat, the mastermind, we have to stop
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using the word mastermind because he's not a mastermind, he's a thug. i call him the guy with the dirty hat. we have to use better terms to demean. these people are taking our youth and other youth throughout the world and signing up for isis because they think the masterminds, they think the masterminds are so cool. >> you are not one to shy away from lightning rod topics and you basically doubled down again on the topic that has a lot of people fired up today. you were talking about surve surveilling mosques and you had a cheering audience there. expand a little bit on that. something we had here in new york city under ray kelly, the police commissioner here, kind of got a little bit of -- some folks testy about it. talk to me about what you would do. >> not only a cheering audience, a massive audience, it was incredible. it was just amazing. every audience is like that wherever i go because what i'm saying, it's common sense and
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it's good. you have to surveil the mosques. trouble is coming out of the mosques whether we like to say it or not whether it's politically correct, i don't care about political correctness. i'm beyond political -- we have taken political correctness to a point we can't do anything as a country anymore. i don't care. the problems are coming out of the mosques. we have a lot of problems. they all know what's happening. you know it, i know it. they go into the mosques and they speak and other people in the mosques even if they're not involved, they know the good ones, the bad ones, where the problems are coming. in new york city we used to have that, but our new mayor, who is going to go down as the worst in history, the worst in the history of new york, he is a disaster, de blasio, he ended that whole program of the mosque. we had surveillance under ray kelly. and we have actually a very good police commissioner now, bill bratton, but he was told very strongly that we can't surveil the mosques, which is absolutely
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ridiculous. >> earlier on the show we had governor huckabee on the show and asked him that question on the surveillance of mosques and he disagreed with you saying he still loves the constitution and when you start to surveil certain -- without a warrant, members of the united states citizens, that you basically throw away the constitution. what do you say to governor hukby? >> he said get a certificate, i call it a certificate. that's fine. you can do that. get it quietly and get it if you want to do it that way. i personally don't care. i want the mosques surveilled. if you don't do that, we're being foolish and kidding ourselves. the problem is not coming out of the middle of sweden. it's not coming out of norway. it's not coming out of denmark. it's coming out of -- the problem -- >> the immediamedia has been a recruiting ground for isis. >> they're recruiting for other places, from pusp how about their recruit from us. people go to isis, fight for isis and come back into our
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country like nothing happened. one of the other things i do, once they leave our country to fight for isis they never come back. it's over. it's over. and this is even beyond the wall. we're going to build the wall. that crowd went crazy yesterday when i said build the wall. we will have borders and real borders and they will be it tough and strong and people are going to come in, but they're going to come in legally. once somebody, this is so important, juliet, once somebody leaves our country to fight for isis, because they've been seduced on the internet -- the internet, these guys using the internet better than we do, we have to get smart people to use the internet and social media, because they're taking a lot of people unsuspecting youth, that frankly doesn't know what they're doing, and they go to fight for isis and then want to come back home and we take them home. you can't run a -- you cannot run a country dumber than what we're running and then talk about the president that says, everything is contained and then a few hours later the whole world blows up. >> you've been leading the polls, continue to dominate the
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polls on the republican side. people are wondering how would you match up against the person who's dominating the democratic polls. hillary clinton, david axelrod the president's long-time adviser had this to say, quote, i believe he would be defeated handedily against hilly because of his anti-immigrant rants have left him with negatives among hispanic americans approaching 80%. i would add so that yesterday at that large rally you had, there's video going viral of an african-american protester from black lives matter who appears to have gotten roughed up. we don't know who did it, whether it was supporters, security, can you comment on that and whether or not you want to remedy that situation and react to david axelrod saying you are going to lose a general election? >> first of all, with axelrod, of course he's going to say that. polls are showing i would beat here easily. you've seen the polls and putting them on, in many of the key states i'm killing hillary, beating her easily. hillary is highly overrated. she doesn't have the strength or the stamina to be president in
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my opinion. she's not strong enough and she doesn't have any stamina whatsoever. you need a lot of stamina to be the proper president or we're going to have another four years or eight years of -- if she can make it, you're going to have another four years of trauma for this country. our country is going down. we're being laughed at all over the world. axelrod is going to say that. axelrod is the one that i called up a number of years ago when i saw a bad looking -- they were having a state dinner, saw a bad looking tent, disgusting looking tent for state dinner for china, honoring china, even though china is ripping our pockets out, they were honoring china. i called up and said i would build a ballroom at the white house for $100 million, and i will get it built, it will be vetted, magnificent, you'll go through five different architectural firms hopefully all from the united states, pick something beautiful, i will build it free of charge to the united states. he said oh, well, we can't do that. so, you know, this is a guy who wouldn't take $100 million gift,
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take $100 million gift for the country and he should have done that. >> you may have a chance. >> i may have a chance to do that, but i will tell you that the man that was -- was i don't know you say roughed up, he was so obnoxious and loud, he was screaming, i had 10,000 people in the room yesterday, 10,000 people, and this guy started screaming by himself and they -- i don't know, rough up, he should have been -- maybe he should have been roughed up it was disgusting what he was doing. this is not the way bernie sanders handled his problem i will tell you, but i have a lot of fans and they were not happy about it. and this was a very obnoxious guy, a troublemaker, looking to make trouble. i didn't get to see the event. >> we appreciate your time this morning. thank you for coming on "fox & friends." on top of that a new poll fox will have at the top of the hour, 9:00 a.m. eastern time, interesting news for donald trump. >> have a good day and good
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thanksgiving. >> i hope i'm going to be happy with the result. >> we'll see. >> 9:00 a.m. >> i'll be watching. >> thank you, sir. >> have a good time. >> you heard donald trump weigh in on the war against isis. chris wallace host of "fox news sunday" joins us with his reaction. had a headache! but now, i...don't excedrin® is fast. in fact for some, relief starts in just 15 minutes. excedrin®. now available in geltabs.
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as long as i'm president, we're going to keep on stepping up and making sure that americaa place where people who in other parts of the world are subject to discrimination or violence, that they have in america a friend and a place of refuge. >> president obama not backing down on his decision to allow syrian refugees in the united states.
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this coming just days after the house voted in an overwhelming majority, as lot of democrats as well, by the way, to stop the program. here to react is the host of "fox news sunday" chris wallace. good morning to you. the president had a news conference today, also saying he does have a plan to defeat isis and he's not going to be backing down amid all of these threats. he seemed to be doing cleanup work after the news conference a few days ago where he insisted the strategy is working when a lot might not believe that. >> i was going to say, if he's got a plan it would be nice if he shared it with us and shared it with isis. what you seem to be hearing is, we're going to do more of the same. maybe we'll do a little bit more of the same, but no dramatic escalation in a military sense, no-fly zone, no boots on the ground, you can argue whether that's right or wrong, but it seems pretty clear that current strategy isn't working. the president just 24 hours before the attack in paris said isis had been contained. and now they have shown a
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muscular international component where they're taking down a russian airliner, where they're slaughtering 130 people in paris, where they have the belgium capital of brussels on lockdown. if that's containment what does isis on the match looks like. >> you heard our interview a moment ago with donald trump the gop frontrunner who was -- is doubling down, you heard him on our show, doubling down on surveillance of mosques here and he says they have to get a warrant, fine, earlier on the show governor huckabee challenged him on that and said that he likes the constitution and doesn't want it trampled on. what did you make of donald's comments doubling down on the surveillance of mosques? >> it's interesting, because he has obviously risen and got his first big boost when he took on illegal immigration in this country and a lot of people thought he was overly harsh but clearly his talk about we're going to have a border, going to enforce it, going to force alls the people in this country
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illegally to go out and then the ones who are okay can come back, that struck a nerve and i think has helped propel him to the continued lead and the national and early state polls and now he has on top of that, the question of the refugees and national security and it's really the idea that there are people out there who get into this country illegally, some of them maybe don't want to do damage, some maybe do want to do damage, and he's going to be the cop on the beat. that would be very appealing it would seem to me both sides to an awful lot of republican voters out there. >> chris, you have marco rubio and rush limbaugh on the show today. >> pretty good show. and we also have the latest and first fox news poll since the paris attack. it's going to be very interesting to see. we'll have it at the top of the hour. how that has reshaped the race for president, especially on the republican side and you can be sure that we'll have some interesting comments from rubio and especially from rush limbaugh. he doesn't do tv interviews very
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welcome back. 24 minutes past the hour. quick health headed headlines. don't want to ruin your diet grab coffee. it's the be all, end all people. researchers claim drinking two to four cups a day helps to keep the pounds off after losing weight. the high caffeine content helps the body resist gradual weight gain. did you wake up grumpy perhaps? ♪ >> that was ed henry last flight supposedly. it turns out the left side of
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the bed could be the right way to wake up on. new research from sele shows that finding those who wake up on the right side, they're more likely to be grumppy and sleeping on the left i'm confused about this, though. is it while laying in beds the left side or looking at the bed? >> the base of the bed looking. >> right. >> that doesn't make sense. it should be when in bed. >> let's get on the phone with seely. >> i'm sure they have a mattress that will help you sleep. she is one of the top psych kicks in the worlds. >> laura lynn jackson discovered her about when 11 years old. she has seen her grandfather passing away. and now she's using that power to connect people to their loved ones who have passed. earlier i sat down with laura to find out more about her brand new book which is amazing by the way called "the light between us" and her psychic gift. take a look. >> is it amazing for you to sit across from a family who has lost a loved one and see the
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transformation in their face? >> i think that's the most healing and rewarding experience for me, to be part of that energy system. you know, i've done grief retreats before, where they're usually three-day events on a friday night parents will walk in and won't make eye contact, won't really smile, they're not animated, and we do these amazing readings and their children come through and they're vibrant and still so very much alive. usually by sunday morning's breakfast i see everybody engaging and laughing and interacting and brings me so much joy. >> up with of the things you talk about in the book is this connection to the other side, our loved ones when they pass over are right there with us. >> that's true. >> for our viewers listening, i don't know if i believe that, that can't possibly be true, i don't know what to believe, what do you say to them? >> i get it. i get why people are skeptical. if i didn't have these abilities, i would be skeptical too. in fact, you know, the way i approached my abilities, i had them tested, i explored them, i
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was curious to find out how i was getting what i was getting and what this meant, not only for my world and my path and my life, but what it meant for us all. because the truth is, when we cross we're still very much alive. our consciousness exists. we are still very present and connected to everyone we love here. you know, i have so many examples of doing readings where the person on the other side is talking about something very specific going on here like oh, i like how you changed the floors or i was at that -- the birthday party for, you know, your son two days ago. and i find that so comforting. it's also such an important message because what it means is that when we're here, we will always be connected to the people we love on the other side and we're not meant to live these kind of grief stricken, you know, small lives where we're not engaged and vibrant. we're meant to connect with one another and live vibrantly and joyfully. >> what are you seeing sort of mentally as you're reading a person? >> i really watch this inner screen that goes on in my mind,
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like a wide screen tv, and i get information psychically to the left and immediatesisticly to the right. these points of light come in. people who have crossed to the right-hand side of my screen. for me it's a multi sensory experience. i'm seeing, hearing, feeling, sometimes they'll make me experience a smell or, you know, if i feel like pressure in my chest i know that feels like congestive heart failure and that's how they crossed. sometimes i'll get names. it runs the gamut. it is this extraordinarily multisensor experience and yet i'm fully present here and speaking. if you see me look to the side don't be offended. i'm just watching my screen. >> it's amazing. later on you will see part two of my sit down with laura where she gives me my own reading and tears in the studio, even in our control booth, they saw things they had witnessed a few years ago here and they knew it. it's powerful, it comes up in the next hour. >> i'm looking forward to that.
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we're back with a fox news alert. a city shut down by terror. armed soldiers patrolling the streets of brussels right now for the second straight day. >> this is a manhunt intensifies for the world's most wanted fugitive tied to the terror attacks. >> to greg he is live in paris with the breaking details. greg, good morning. sn>> >>. >> that's right. brussels remains on high alert as officials there for a second day keep that place in the state of emergency. something like 1,000 belgian troops are swarming across that city. armored vehicles are roaming the streets. authorities say they have information several people armed with guns and explosives want to hit locations. another paris-style attack. related the search for salah abdeslam the so-called eighth attacker in the paris terror, reportedly seen around brussels
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and said to have a suicide belt in his possession and is described as agitated. this as france remains on a war-time footing. in the past week, close to 1,000 anti-terror raids have been conducted. over 100 suspects have been detained. some 200 weapons seized. finally, french president hollande is set to meet with president obama tuesday in washington. russian president putin on thursday in moscow as well as the leaders of european union countries and turkey. all of this is said to bolster an international coalition against isis in syria, iraq, around the world, definitely a mul ti front war going on right now. >> live in paris with all the breaking details. thanks. crazy weather going on here in the states. >> snow in chicago, rick. say it ain't so. >> you know you get snow in november but nothing this big generally. we had the biggest snowstorm we've seen in the chicago area
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in the month of november in 120 years. now as 11 degrees there. the cold not going to help the snow melt in the short term. take a look at the video coming out of the area. actually lancing i believe where we had this video, lancing, michigan. you get an idea. this snowy scene what we've seen from south dakota through iowa, little nebraska, into wisconsin, illinois, indiana, michigan. kind of the target areas for it. take a look at some of the fun video out of the zoo in madison, wisconsin. polar bears. i guess they like seeing a little snow feeling at home. that is awesome, awesome video. love that. having a good time. all right. plenty of cold air there and the snow for the most part is gone. the snow has moved towards parts of canada, but the front along with this is going to continue to bring rain showers for some and maybe now some lake-effectts the lakes, the lakes relatively warm, the cold air that moves across it and we get lake-effect snow. we will probably see that the next couple months. not across areas of the coast.
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florida, very, very heavy rain and a very quick line right there cutting across parts of georgia. behind that line, clearing skies. much drier conditions and temperatures really dropping off. here's your temps for today. notice the cool air in place for a lot of the southeast but we start to see a warmup tomorrow into the day on tuesday and wednesday. big travel day, guys. we will see troubles with rain across parts of the central plains. >> thank you very much. we want to get you some headlines right now. brand new video out shows the desperate measures people took to stay alive in the horrifying mali hotel attack. people rushed -- pushed mattresses and couches against doors as you can see there, hiding from al qaeda affiliated militants for more than seven hours. this as the terrorists stormed the luxury radson hotel armed with ak-47s taking nearly 200 people hostage. they timed the siege for after morning prayers when security was short. shattered lamps and dishes covered the floors showing signs of trubl strug.
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p 20 people died. including one american anita datar. >> a 4-month-old baby and five others rescued when their power boat burst into flames off california. you can see the black smoke billowing into the sky oven nis beach west of los angeles. everyone on board got off the boat and in the water before the fire department and life guards picked them up. no one was hurt, luckily. the cause of the fire under vegsion. a new irs proposal raising alarms among non-profits who would have to collect donor social security numbers and hand them over to the irs. the irs says the plan would make filing taxes easier but non-profits say it will scare people into not giving money and their systems aren't secure enough for such sensitive information. no word on when or if this will be put into action. and are you tired of waiting in long lines or on long lines, however you like to say it, in the apple store. there is an app for that. we think. sort of. you switch tech recently linked
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of an apple genius bar system in the works. supposed to assist you with your iphone or ipad or book a trip to the genius bar if you need further help. no release on that app or if it's going to be happening. those your headlines. >> i'm confused by that. because you don't have to stand in line at the apple store because you make an appointment using the apple store app to go in and get a genius bar appointment. >> i've never been. >> it's the fixing. you don't have to go in. >> fix your cracked screen, get that -- >> i always -- yes. i do. i drop a lot. >> here at fox news -- ♪ >> here at fox news a one-of-a-kind program with the mission to promote diversity and develop careers inside the tv industry. >> calls the apprentice program created by roger ailes in 2003 and provides a unique
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ailes, ailes,safe space in their ailes, ailes, . the u.s. continuing today to battle over the accepting and screening of syrian refugees. we're now learning these pictures are going viral. saudi arabia has 100,000 air conditioned tents sitting empty right now. the country still refuses to accept refugees.
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why is the obama administration deadset on taking in refugees here? joining us now to weigh in is the major general matthew horner, distinguished chair of military theory, marine corps university. good morning. i want to be fair and note these air conditioned tents are used for at least a few days a year for pilgrims on their way to mecca to stop and stay in the tents, but that means that more than 300 days of year they're sitting empty like they are right now, doctor, should saudi arabia be taking in refugees? >> look, for all kinds of reasons, ed, it just makes no sense what is happening right now. think about it, we have poor nations in the region, we have jordan, we have turkey, that together have taken more than 3 million refugees from this conflict and then we have rich nations like the uae and saudi, who have taken less than 100,000. even that cannot be confirmed
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because they don't release their data to the united nations. think about the idea, we are promoting the concept of moving people 10,000 miles to a country that can't vet them, that has security services that don't speak their language, versus the idea of sending them or pushing them into areas where they have their fellow co-religionists, the saudis, for example, the emiratis who speak their language, have a much better way to screen whether or not they're good guys or bad guys, and who have a lot more money like countries like turkey or jordan. the rationale is completely upside down. >> help us understand why is saudi arabia and the uae not taking them in? are they scared about the potential security risks as some in america are? are they being bad citizens saying stay out of my country? what's the justification? >> i'm not sure i'm in a
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position to talk for these governments. i think it's probably a combination of various things, but i think the fear of potentially what could happen, but i think it's more than that. look at hows these countries actually -- what their attitudes are to immigrants. look at all the stories we hear about the abuse of people who go there to work. i don't think from the get-go, they have a very healthy attitude to people from the outside, even if they're, you know, fellow muslims or arabs. i think it's possibly a cultural as well as a political answer to this. >> we've got 30 seconds. if not these tents in saudi arabia, donald trump was just on the show saying the refugees should be housed somewhere in that region, as you suggested, instead of taking them 10,000 miles to america. 30 seconds, is there a reasonable plan you can think of to keep them in the region, keep them safe, screen them properly but not bring them to america? >> there are things in place
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already, but they're really being put to the limit. the u.n. camps in jordan and elsewhere, we need to bolster those, we need to strengthen those, that makes much more sense than moving these people across the globe. >> thank you. some really important insight. thank you. on this very topic atlanta on high alert amid warnings of a possible terror attack tonight. how is a city preparing. we're live at the top of the hour with a report from there. a college creates a safe space in their student newspaper solely for minorities. the publisher says it's creating a greater divide on campus. he joins us live next. ♪ i am totally blind. and sometimes i struggle to sleep at night, and stay awake during the day. this is called non-24. learn more by calling 844-824-2424. or visit your24info.com.
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welcome back. 8:52 on the east coast. protests about how minority students are treated continue on college campuses across the country. the most recent at clairmont mckenna in southern california where the student-run newspaper created what's called essentially a safe section solely for minorities, people of color, they say. the editorial board writing, for those who don't feel all the messages of solidarity are enough or feel the mainstream media is misguided in representing people of color we would like to repurpose its influence by providing a safe space in next week's issue for students of color to voice their experiences. has this school funded paper gone too far. join us to weigh in is the publisher of the clairmont independent and a junior at pomona college, steven. good to have you here. >> thanks for having me. >> all right. usually on college campuses especially you think about inclusion, everybody being one. you don't look at color. that's not supposed to be what happens there on college come
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campuses but now -- campu now they're creating a barrier to fight racism, although in some people's eyes it seems like it's just creating, you know, an us and them it type of situation. how did you feel about this? >> it's clearly a divisive issue on campus the protests going on and the way they've been handled. we had the dean of clairmont mckenna college forced to res n resign, the junior class president forced to resign as well and it's an issue students have been divided on. it's something where, you know, at a school of 1200 students for clairmont mckenna college, a letter signed by 300 students in criticism of the protests was sent out, clearly it's something the student body is divided and with the school paper, school funded, connected to all the students, they're designed to be a representative of the entire student body, they're supposed to be neutral, nonpartisan, so for them to take a stand and side with one group on this issue i think is really not
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within the boundaries of what that paper should be trying to accomplish with their opinion section. >> your paper is an independent paper, different from this paper. what have you said and done to counter act this? >> when the protests were going on, with the things at yale and the university of missouri as well, our paper gained a lot of grournds wh ground when we were the first ones to speak out against the movements going on and criticize some of the tactics the protesters have used. so what we did was sort of start that movement going. the first ones to speak out. many students followed in our footsteps as i spapds 300 students -- 300 students approximately signed on to a letter essentially stating the same concerns we had. i think we've started kind of a counter protest movement against some of the tactics that these protesters around the country are using. >> are you hearing from minorities? do you have minorities writing for your paper? >> yes. absolutely.
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interestingly enough, our -- one of our associate editors who's latino was at one of the safe spaces following the protests he had many friends involved, he was not planning to make any controversial statements, just going to be a supportive friend, and he was asked to leave. he didn't, again, say anything that could in any way be considered controversial, he just went to be friendly and asked to leave because of his conservative opinions and his affiliation with our paper. so really, the safe spaces are very much an ideological shield where students can just claim that they feel unsafe because of someone's presence and have them escorted out. >> right. a coffee house had a safe space. the motley sitting room open from 6:00 to 10:00 for people of color and allies they invite. interesting language. we appreciate that. we continue to follow the story and let us know if there are updates. >> thank you so much. >> thank you. brand new fox polls will be out in just a couple minutes.
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call or visit us online today good morning. it's sunday, november 22nd. i'm juliet huddy in for anna coy map. brand new fox news polls out moments ago, where do donald trump and hillary clinton stand? we have the numbers. >> on high alert across the globe. right now isis threatening to attack atlanta this evening. brussels meanwhile on lockdown again as the international manhunt for a paris attacker continues. the breaking details live. >> and donald trump taking his critics head on. listen. >> are you ready for this, folks? are you ready? they're going to make it such a big deal, so big. he said something so politically incent. >> what he said next that has a whole audience erupting. 10,000 people.
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"fox & friends" hour four starts right now. let's get right to that fox news alert. isis releasing yet another propaganda video threatening more worldwide attacks today including here in the u.s. after the terrorists allegedly targeting a wwe wrestling event set for tonight in atlanta, georgia. >> let's go to garret tenney live in washington, d.c., with more on this. garret, good morning. >> good morning. this latest report of planned attacks is evidence of how officials and the public are very much on edge after the events in paris. yesterday an affiliate of the on-line activist group anonymous said it uncovered plots by isis to carry out a series of attacks across the globe inindonesia, lebanon and italy and the u.s. as well. a wwe pay per view event in atlanta, georgia. those reports come as a surprise
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to the fbi, which released a statement saying in part, the fbi is aware of reports of an alleged threat that includes an atlanta, georgia venue and event, while we take all threats seriously, we do not have specific or credible information of an attack at this time. this past week anonymous announced it was declaring war on isis and since then, many of the groups or affiliates have been working to take the terrorist group off-line attacking its websites and social media accounts but the reports of alleged attack plots apparently caught several of the larger and more established anonymous groups as well. one account tweeting we did not spread any rumors about possible future isis attacks and frankly we do not know where the rumors come from. security has been stepped up at the event, though, out of an abundance of caution local officials say, but again, both local, state and federal officials all saying they are not currently aware of any credible threats. ed, clayton and juliet.
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>> garret tenney. >> has everybody on edge. two minutes after the hour and two minutes ago fox news alert, new polls just released, these are the first polls that fox news has conducted since the attacks in paris, and shaking out a lot of it, the questions that pollsters had from the american public in the wake of those attacks. >> yeah. is the u.s. at war with radical islam? 66% of americans saying yes. 29% saying no. just a couple hours ago, of course, president obama at a news conference in malaysia saying he's not going to use that term. juliet, if you look at the republican race, we had donald trump on, he said i'm going to be watching your poll at the top of the hour to see how i'm doing. he's gaining more. >> good news for him. >> here it is. >> he's 28% follow by carson at 18%, cruz 14, rubio 14, bush 5%, kris it ti, fiorina, huckabee and 3% and kasich and paul 2%. >> marco rubio, he has been picking up steam since the cnbc
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debate, had a strong debate and fox business debate, but i think you're right when you highlight the real story dr. ben carson has had a rough week. come down in our poll, who's gaining from that, maybe a little rubio and cruz but the frontrunner donald trump. >> a lot of the questions around terrored a the president addressings those things in malaysia overnight and 5:00 in the morning our time. the president giving a press conference. to the point about isis and whether or not we're at war with a specific religion, the president addressed that very point. listen. >> we will not give into fear or start turning on each other or treating some people differently because of religion or race or background. that wouldn't just be a betrayal of our values, it would also feed isil's propaganda. their assertion, which is absolutely false, that we must absolutely reject that we are somehow at war with an entire
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religion. >> all right. earlier on the show we had governor huckabee and donald trump to talk about and get their response to the president's comments overnight. here are both of the 2016 candidates back-to-back. listen. >> he's so politically correct he's never going to solve the problem. i think it's disgusting actually. he doesn't want to talk about the problem, doesn't want to use the radical islamic terrorist type term. doesn't want to get involved in that. i mean it's disgusting. he was saying the other day, just before the attack in paris he has isis contained. they're contained, like hell they're cup tands and they're getting -- contained and they're getting worse and bigger and more emboldened and we better get somebody in there that knows what he's doing. >> we're going to put our first in the face of isis and put them down. the nonsense that we're responsible for egging them on, look, they're not egged on by what we say. they're egged on by their religious fanaticism, something the president refuses to accept.
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>> trump doubling down, which is not a big surprise. that's what he does. but he also -- we also were talking with him about the surveillance of mosques which is something he talked about yesterday in front of a crowd of 10,000 people to massive amounts of cheering. listen to what he said. >> we have a situation where isis has raised its ugly head again, and we got to chop off that head like they're chopping off the heads of our people. i want surveillance of these people. i want surveillance if we have to, and i don't care, are you ready for this folks, are you ready, they're going to make such a big deal, they're going to make it so big, he said something so politically incorrect, that's why we're going to hell, because we're so politically incorrect, such a big deal, such a big deal, i want surveillance of certain mosques, okay. if that's okay. i want surveillance.
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and you know what, we've had it before and we'll have it again. >> we've had it before and we'll have it again referring to new york city, ray kelly surveilling mosques in the wake of 9/11. >> last couple days donald trump dealing with controversies when reporters suggested would you have a database of muslims seemed to agree and pulled back from that, but yes not backing away from the idea of surveilling mosques. did it here on "fox & friends." doubling down. watch. you have to sur valg the mosques. trouble is coming out of the mosques whether we like to say it or not, whether it's politically correct, i don't care about political correctness. i'm beyond political -- we have taken political correctness to a point we can't do anything as a country anymore. i don't care. the problems are coming out of the mosques. we have a lot of problems. they all know what's happening. you know it, i know it. they go into the mosques and they speak and other people in the mosques even if they're not involved they know the good
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ones, bad ones, where the problems are coming. >> prior to that we had governor huckabee on talking about that and he would be okay with that if we bent through law enforcement, yeah, and got a warrant. >> well the other -- >> he said he would be okay with that as well. >> fine, get a proclamation, some kind of warrant in there. >> a certificate he said. >> rival jeb bush earlier in the week to the points about data base -- trump denied saying that. he says a reporter said that. i didn't suggest that at all. that was the response. to defeat islamic terrorism we have to have surveillance including a watch list to protect america. jeb bush said that's fear monger. ted cruz said i agree with the surveillance of american citizens. what do you think? let us know your thoughts. friends at fox news.com. do you agree with donald on this? >> headlines start with the fox news alert, a jailed american journalist just sentenced to prison in iran. iranian state tv announcing
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correspondent jason rezaian's punishment for his espionage conviction. police arrested him, his wife and two photo journalists last year. they released all of the others, but rezaian who has dual u.s./iranian citizenship. the terms of his prison sentence are unclear. a bomb scare forces a flight from new york to turkey to make an emergency landing. it landed safely in nova scotia two hours after leaving jfk in new york city. all 256 people on board were safe. there were no explosives found. this is the second flight diverted to halifax due to a bomb threat in less than a week. and just in, the pope speaking out on the mali hotel attack saying he strongly condemns the senseless violence. he's set to visit africa this week to talk about bringing peace to the region. brand new video shows desperate plu mursz people took. mattresses and couches pushed against doors as those hid from al qaeda affiliated militants.
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they stormed the hotel with ak-47s taking nearly 200 hostage. timed the siege for after morning prayers when security was short. 20 people died in the attack including one american, 41-year-old public health advocate anita datar. police are on the hunt for a california woman accused of violently mugging a 15-year-old and stealing her iphone. police identifying 18-year-old tasha dowel after her selfie showed up on the victim's icloud storage. they say she punched the girl so hard in the head it knocked the girl out when she swiped the phone and backpack and hopped into a car with four men. look at the selfie. how lovely. the victim was treated and released. those are your headlines. why are these odd photos showing up on in my icloud account. i didn't take a photo of that. rick reichmuth is standing by with a look at the forecast. hey. >> tons of snow across parts of the plains. record-breaking snowstorm. take a look at more of the video we have coming out of lake county, illinois.
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just to the north -- excuse me to the north of chicago video. drone video always interesting to see that video there. get an idea, whiteout conditions and now it's cold behind this. that snow is not going to melt soon. it will this week, though. you will warm up a lot and the snow will be gone byes the time we get later in the week. this storm is almost gone. little rain today still across parts of florida towards mid-atlantic, but behind that very, very clear. we're going to turn our sights to the next storm coming into the pacific northwest. take a look at what happens today. you're very, very clear. tomorrow you start to see the rain move into the pacific northwest. snow in the higher elevations. this storm dives down into northern california by tuesday. the rest of the country looking great. then you go to the travel day on wednesday, we'll see that storm move here in the plains. some wind, rain and potentially a little snow on the back end of that. certainly snow in towards the inner m inntermountain west. thursday the snow again back towards the central plains and rain across the central part of
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the country. there is a storm coming. it will have impact i think wednesday and thursday across the central part of the country. some of the airports are going to be a bit of a mess. >> some of the hubs in cincinnati. >> yeah. >> might be harder to get to grandma's house. >> exactly. >> thanks. pilots say the obama administration is blocking 75% of air strikes against isis. our next guest says it has allowed the terror group to grow like a cancer. >> and are you hittings the roads for thanksgiving. how gas prices could pump up your holiday shopping experience. we'll be right back.
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they're not given the ability to target even when they have a clear sight. >> the concern about civilian casualties has driven us to up realistic targeting.
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>> if the guy driving this vehicle or a couple vehicles is recognizes that there's a fighter or a drone in the area, he's just going to drive next to a building some place and we're not going to shoot him. >> top lawmakers and u.s. military officials are slamming the obama administration for blocking, listen to this, 75% of air strikes against isis. they see a target, feel it's isis but it's blocked. why? because the white house is too worried about stooping to the level of our enemy. here to react is fox news military analyst and former vice commander of the 20 tactical fighter wing general tom mcnerney. the number is staggering. explain what's happening here. they go in and see a target, they have it in their sights, they feel it's isis and then all of a sudden they're getting from command, no, it's no go. why? >> well, juliet, the rules of engagement are designed for
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counterinsurgency. we are not trying to win hearts and minds against isis. this is a war. so we must use the same rules of engagement, this is the answer to why, that we used in desert storm and ""operation iraqi freedom."" we must destroy isis as quickly as possible. we need to be flying 1200 sordes a day and have continuous 24/7 air power over both western iraq and eastern syria and we can defeat isis in weeks. the rules of engagement must change. we must accept the collateral damage in accordance with the international law of war, which we can do, and we'll do feet them quickly. nothing should be moving over there. the oil facilities should be destroyed. their command and control. it finally took the russians that they did it yesterday, to hit the isis headquarters which is a huge building in the center
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of raqqah, they finally did it. we have not done this for 16 months. >> knowing full well that we needed to. first of all, i want to read you something that general keen said. he said obama's response, when we talked about doing these air strikes and bombing these targets, he said, no, no, you don't understand, i want no civilian casualties. zero. he reiterated that point over and over again. when dealing with somebody who is saying this, the president of our country, as these pilots in the military they're kind of handcuffed. what are they to do? >> not kind of, they are handcuffed. jack keane is absolutely spot-on. until we change these rules of engagement we are only going to let isis metastasize which they have. we should make it so no onecali. we should do the things that we
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have done in every air campaign before this administration and do it very decisively and we are not. >> do we send soldiers over there? do we have more boots on the ground besides the 50 special forces? >> no. here's the reason why. look, our soldiers can clean this up in weeks if we had two divisions over there, but the fact is, only islam, only the muslims, can defeat radical islam on the ground. we can help them in the air and we should have nato air and u.s. and a coalition air power, but it must be the arab nations, the muslims must defeat isis. because that's the only way that ideology can be defeated. it must come from islam. from mecca and medina declaring fatahs against this evil ideology. not u.s. or nato forces. it must be the muslims. >> sir, we appreciate you joining us on a sunday.
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quick holiday headlines. low gas prices could pump up holiday shopping this year. economists say people are saving money hitting the road for thanksgiving instead of flying and believe they will use the extra money, lower gas prices, to buy more christmas presents. it's time for macy's to
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unveil their holiday windows. >> three, two, one. >> the store went all out with the whole peanuts gang this year. six elaborate window displays to celebrate the 50th anniversary of a charlie brown christmas. clayton? >> walk by there later today and can't wait to see it. earlier you saw my interview with laura lynn jacksoning, one of only 19 certified psychics in the united states. had to go through rigorous testing and the author of the book "the light between us." she was nice enough to spend about 20 minutes going through a reading with me and here's how it went. it was pretty amazing. watch. >> the first thing i want to tell you is they're telling me there is this beautiful like green coming up, green signifies change, new energy, new ideas. as we go into april, changes are going to happen here but going to be great for you.
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remember i'm saying this. there are two children here for you now? >> yes, i have two kids. >> were you just -- i don't want to get too personal, a possibility of a third. >> there's been a lot of discussion. >> i see a point of light waiting, this would be your choice to let it through or not. i think you're letting it through, though. so you know. okay. and just it will all be good. i hear like your grandmother saying like have the third child, have the third child. because i'm going to tell you right now she told me to what to say, you're not doing it because you're fearful, can we juggle all this, how will we do this and deep down when you both search yourself you know like this is waiting to happen should we allow it. this will be a freewill choice. don't feel guilty if you and your wife should choose not to. i see it as this beautiful light waiting to come in. are the children now that you have two years apart? >> yes. >> okay. okay. one like 5 and one 3? >> yes. spot on. >> they're very -- they're watching over them very much but
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it's funny because they're teasing like you didn't name them after your side of the family. did your wife pick the names and we just like -- they're not named after. they're like talking about there was a discussion but we didn't -- talking middle name, at least done the middle name. >> that was but we were going to do the middle name but decided not to. >> i know. they know. they're not giving you a hard time. they're teasing. >> sorry, grandma. >> but just so you know one of the things they've told pe on the other side, they waited until i had all three of my children to tell me, when we name someone here after someone on the other side first name, middle name, anything, that person on the other side is allowed to give some sort of extra protection and watch over. that's why he's teasing. you could have done the middle name, something like that. okay. it's one an "a" name. short "a." is that the older of the two? >> youngest. >> interesting. her energy comes out strong for me. she's really vibrant, really vibrant. she's going to blaze trails in life.
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it's going to be incredible. like boom. wait and see. even though you're telling me she's younger i see her as older. she's the older soul. your oldest is a boy? >> yeah. >> you have a boy too, right. got gentler energy to me. i feel like they choose to come in together because the dynamic was important. i also want to punch you in the arm because i have your -- you're a male your peer level coming through, i got you here, he wants me to talk about this. it's more recent crossing i would say within the last two years. he's like -- he loves the sfru where he is and can see everything you're doing. i feel a school connection, it has to be college. okay. thanks for talking about me, man, thanks for talking about me. did you go by a nickname. he's not calling you a -- >> i talked about him here on the show about two years ago. he was a -- >> you made him like famous or something. i feel like. >> i talked about him -- >> like a broadcast. >> on the show i talked about him after he passed away from brain cancer.
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>> here's what he wants know tell you, by you doing that, you helped so many people and he's thanking you, money was raised for brain cancer in life because you did that. but now i'm supposed to tease you and be like man you could do a run for me. i feel like the -- >> he knows how terrible i am at running. >> you want to do this and i'll see if i have the time. he's giving you a hard time here. it's funny. >> you have abilities yourself. have you gotten things in dreams? >> i see -- yeah, i see things and sometimes through dreams. >> but a lot of times when we -- when we don't know what to do with our abilities they open up at night, the way our brain will kind of shift and change gears, it allows it to come through. they're making me feel like you -- that's called being chair voyent when you get pictures and information in dreams. they've worked with you in your dreams and you've gotten dreams too and visitations can happen then. visitations by the other side. so that's important. >> so you -- you buy it?
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you believe it? >> that was a chunk of the 20 minutes that we spent together and so much was left that we couldn't show you. some profound stuff. she didn't know my wife was in the studio the at the time, had come in when the interview started and she started saying i see grandfather on your wife's side coming through. like she didn't know she was in the studio at the time. so much of that. i think it was powerful too to hear from some of my producers at the time, they came in my ear after i mentioned my friend eric who passed away, they said oh, my gosh, we remember this two years ago here on "fox & friends," the morning after he had passed away of brain cancer, i talked about it on the show, and so many people from pittsburgh university of pittsburgh reached out to me, and what killed me about it seeing the pictures of his little boy but to know when she was communicating saying he's fine, he wants to be able to communicate with his mom it was amazing as you can tell. >> oh.
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>> running the show from the beginning he was crying in the booth while doing this interview because he was running audio during that moment when i had paid respect to my friend eric. so wow, i don't know where you come down on this but when she talks about heaven and the connection to the other side our relatives go to this place that's beautiful and lovely, roug you've got to read her book. it might change her life. >> everybody is going how can we -- not everybody but many going how can weouch with her and get a reading. >> go to her website. she has a four year waiting list. the book is pro found and says anyone can do this to connect when you pay that respect to your loved ones. laura lynn jackson.com. check out the book. >> wow. >> really remarkable. >> i'm going to compose myself in commercial. >> we have a half hour. >> tissues out here. >> lot of news we're covering. brussels on lockdown for the second day in a row and the manhunt for a paris attacker intensifies. we're live in paris next.
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9:34. a city shut down by terror. new pictures coming in of armed soldiers patrols the streets of brussels for the second straight day. this as the manhunt intensifies for the world's most wanted fugitives tied to the paris terror attacks. >> greg live in paris with the latest details. good to see you again, greg. >> good to see you guys.
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in the past hour we've gotten more information about what might have triggered this clamp down that we've been telling you about all morning. again, the second day in a row, brussels is shut down basically, roaming the streets something like 1,000 belgian troops and armored vehicles. authorities are saying at least two, maybe more, individuals armed with guns and explosives, seem to want to hit several locati locations. the hard information they've gotten. one of those is pointing directly could be sala abdeslam the so-called eighth attacker if the paris attack still being sought. he's reportedly being seen around brussels said to have a suicide belt in his possession and described as agitated and dangerous. this back here in france as this country remains on the war time footing as we've been telling you nationwide, in the past six days or so, there have been
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nearly 1,000 anti-terror raids. over 100 suspects have been detained, some to be arrested and charged and 200 weapons seized and some of those very high caliber. we've been telling you president hollande will be busy, meeting with president obama on tuesday, president putin on thursday, meeting with other eu leaders and the leaders of turkey trying to firm up a coalition against isis here in europe and attacking it in the heartland and syria and in iraq. one final note we have to remember in a couple weeks time paris will play host to a massive climate change, environmental conference, more than 100 heads of state planning to attend. they're still planning. imagine what the security is going to be like for that. back to you. >> thanks, greg. let's get to other headlines. a rescue gone horribly wrong. a tulane university medical
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student is shot when he tries to save a woman under attack in new orleans. look at this video. it shows peter gold being shot in the stomach after he approached a criminal on the street. the gunman tries to shoot a second time. thankfully the weapon jammed. that's horrific the suspect got away with the woman's purse. she is okay. gold is in the hospital. the guy aimed for his head the second time. he is expected to recover. the reverend al sharpton gives himself a 71% raise thanks to his pals president obama and new york city mayor bill de blasio. according to the "new york post" sharpton bumped his earnings after his national action network raised $6.9 million in 2014. the money flooding in after de blasio started treating sharpton as an adviser when the president headlined the 2014 nonconference. sharpton insists he didn't really get a raise and was just paying him back for loans. are you fighting the urge to want to sleep in all weekend.
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>> wake up. >> that's my spaghetti chewbacca. >> babe! >> here's a good reason to get up early and watch us on "fox & friends." a new study finding you shouldn't be sleeping in late. researchers say changes in sleep pattern through the week can increase the risk of heart disease, diabetes and more. but it can make you -- >> your skin look great -- sfoo. >> the dog licking your face. >> let's get outside to rick. there is extreme weather around the nation. >> the snow has been crazy this weekend across parts of the central plains. take a look at other video coming in to us now, out of iowa. you can see the stadium filling up. i love these time lapsed videos. then cleaning out. that's what you have to get going for fall football season. big snowstorm there, some places saw as much as 16 inches of snow. want to look towards wednesday, the big travel day will be a
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storm cutting across the central plains bringing quite a bit of rain, showers, maybe a little bit of severe weather i think by the time we get to thursday across the southern plains. snow back across the intermountain west and that's what we're going to watch. today a little lake-effect snow in towards parts of the great lakes down to the southeast, the cold air settles? >> get out your paint brushes, planning to entertain and wish you could spruce up your home. you're in luck. we have easy changes that you can make to your walls that can make all of the difference. >> home improvement expert shane and sandy are here with it tips. >> welcome. >> thank you. >> this is the last week you're trying to cook and like oh, man my house kind of looks grubby. >> kids have rubbed their fingers all over the walls. it's a mess. >> you don't want do a huge project. your family is coming and make it look good. what we recommend is the easiest fix is paint. everybody says put a coat of paint on you're done. >> i make the mistake of buying the cheap rollers. >> always make the right investment. they'll think painting is easy,
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anybody can do it. got the right tools do it much easier and faster. >> all right. how do you prep to get ready to paint? >> the basic pa snoorts tpart. >> if you're going to do an interior wall go with like a sponge or a nap roller which is smaller and finer because you have a smooth wall. for this season we're feeling like the trend in colors are more like brighter pinks and all that stuff. basically once you've got the right tools you want to take a blank wall like this and spruce it up. >> yeah. >> so don't be afraid of these colors. >> don't be afraid to put a pop of color on your wall. could be an accent color. on this wall i'm going to show you how to do stripes. there you go. clayton, take it. >> take that one. >> what we do, you want to have precision lines. obviously measuring tape out. this is 6 inches in between each of these. run it along the middle. stay in the lines. it's like coloring when you're a kid. crayons, stay in between the lines. >> okay to do the charlie brown
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line. >> chevron pattern, something like this will give your wall a pop of color. >> do you know what that color is like. sometimes you go to the paint store and there's accident paints. really bright colors that are cool colors but doing this you get those for free. >> almost next to nothing clayton, once you do that you want to let the pain dry and easy as taking off the paint and now you have perfect lines. there you go. >> beautiful. >> i'm good with the lines. >> i want to pop up to the chalk paint. >> let's talk about the chalk paint. >> is it easy to apply. >> chalk paint is like regular paint. do three coats and let it sit for at least 24 hours before you start writing on it. so -- but it's the same thing, drys like regular paint. you can't write on this. >> i didn't know what that was. >> so the kid writing on the wall or -- >> can actually write on the wall and erase it. >> good idea for a kitchen. having guests over. here's the first course. >> the menu. >> the menu right there. >> or have a schedule for your
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christmas. you know what i mean. >> yeah. >> tape, painted, pull this off, i did two sections. here maybe you can have the menu and afterwards fun games for after the party. holiday games. you can do like a hang man. >> yeah. >> this is good. >> the edger real quick, this is a good tool. when you get to these corners. >> i love that. >> dip the paint if here. make sure it doesn't get on the side. that's where the edge is. you flip this back down. and i'll show you real quick. over here. >> the little rollers go along the wall. that has saved me -- definitely used that. >> perfect corner. >> don't have to bring out the tape. >> along base boards. >> all right. >> we also -- >> we're out of time. >> all right. >> class the place up. >> next time. >> yeah. >> you are sticking around after the show too. we will show points. >> absolutely. >> ed and juliet in to you guys.
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>> good to see you. great helpful tips. obviously monitoring some major news all morning. paris still in mourning more than a week after the deadly attacks. maria bartiromo just got back, actually, from the city of lights. she's going to be joining us to talk about her experience up close and personal next. >> and this story will have you feeling great all day long. a two dogs become best friends at a shelter and need a home together. my friend jennifer clearly carter better not be watching this. she's an adopter. >> she might adopt all. you never know with her. meet these three coming up. >> all right, great.
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>> thank you very much. >> must have been overwhelming to see. we're hearing stories about people in cafes coming together and joining up and showing a sense of community. >> there was solidarity and people getting together, but i think there's a fear in the air. i think that there's just a tension in the air right now that people are coming to the realization that this is not going away. that this is not a group as peggy noonan wrote the other day you will talk them out of it. they want to kill us, destroy the way that we live and i think people are recognizing now that this could happen anywhere, so it was sad and a little scary. >> are you surprised that the markets seem to be relatively calm right now? because as you say you watch the markets better than anyone, and this is not going away, it's spreading, mali, paris, fears of atlanta, we don't want to stoke it, the fbi saying they're looking at it, it's possible, the markets have been calm. >> it has. if you look back at other terrorist attacks that has been the case. the market is focused on growth
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and they focus on the fundamental backdrop. so far even though there is fear in the air and people afraid of what's next from isis, it hasn't impacted the fundamental backdrop of the economy and earnings. that's really what the stock market is driven on. if we were to see going into this very important holiday shopping season, that people change their behavior or not shopping and not spending money that would impact the jobs story, the economic story, you'll see the markets react. until something like that happens, you really focus on -- investors are focused on something else. >> you have a powerful show today. not that you always don't, of course, but today you have representative ed royce and general jack keane. these are two people so relevan talk. >> right. >> talking about kiana a in ing morning. >> he came out with his own plan to defeat isis and spoke to the -- testified this week about it and we want to really get his opinion on the way these air
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strikes are being done. a lot of people in the know continue to say we're missing our targets, the we need backup on the ground. >> we're avoiding our targets because of civilian casualties. >> that's extraordinary to me, the fact that the president has been very adamant in saying no civilian casualties. can you actually have that if your goal is to defeat and destroy isis? we'll talk with jack about that. as far as the chairman of the foreign affairs committee, ed royce, we want to talk to him about the threats to america and how much credibility we should be giving those threats like the video about pictures of times square. >> the threat of atlanta that wwe event. powerful show. it starts in 11 minutes. "sunday morning futures". >> thank you so much. >> this weekend looking to adopt a dog? what if he's best friends with a pig. it's a package deal. you won't want to miss the best friends coming on "fox & friends" next. ♪ i have asthma...
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and how about a little feel good story after a lot of tough news all day and yesterday as well. meet patty pig and her two best friends, pickles and paprika? they are inseparable. a rescue shelter trying to find a home that will keep them together. >> joining us is shelter manager of berks county sarah mckillup with patty pig, paprika and pickles. good morning on a sunday morning. these three are at the shelter currently, available for adoption, but there is a catch here, has to be all three of them together? >> yep, absolutely. >> why is that? >> they are bonded.
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they came in together, they sleep together. they do everything together and to separate them could be devastating for them. >> that's really funny. so it is rare to see pig get together with dogs? how did this all come together and how are they getting along? >> well, actually, they were dropped off in our stray building one night, all three together, in one kennel, and when we walked in the morning, this little one on my lap was standing on peggy's back, piggy back, excuse me, and i believe they have been together the majority of their lives. so they're so bonded, we don't want to split them up. >> we all are fairly familiar with raising dogs or having dogs as pets, but a pig. i heard they're very smart. can they be -- tell us about this. the pig part of this might be a deal breaker for some people. >> yeah, it is a tough sell. she's 120 pounds. she is housebroken. she is very smart. she can open doors. she listens. she knows basic obedience but she's stubborn. she has pig ways about her.
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>> how do they get along then, have there been inquiries or if someone were to call you, how do you take care of -- it can be tough to take care of two dogs. how do you take care of a pig? >> she's an indoor pig. so basically she's like having a really different kind of dog. she's definitely has to be kept indoors. but she goes outside and hangs out. we want her to remain indoors. she's housebroken. eats from dog bowls. she's basically just a very different kind of dog. >> does she eat dog food? >> no, no. she eats pig food. there is pig food and snacks of apples and carrots, things like that. >> all right. so what -- >> there has to be somebody out there with a farm or something like that, you know, just these three would be perfect. what do people need to do to try to get these guys together? >> they can call, talk to me at the shelter, e-mail me. we're looking for somebody with pig experience or is willing to
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learn about pigs. these guys are pretty easy going and a lot of fun. they'll be a great addition. >> what is the website? >> www.berksarl.org. i see that at the bottom of the screen. if anybody is listening on sirius xm, there it is. berksa berksarl.org. >> please let's now what happens with these three. >> i wish i could do that. we have more "fox & friends" coming up. >> don't go away.
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when jim jeffries wants
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10,000 troops to fight isis, he says, no, he wants an unrelentant air campaign. if that doesn't work, he's open to ground troops later. he'll be on with maria bartiromo next to explain it all. >> thank you. great seeing you guys. >> good seeing you. have a good weekend. good sunday morning. brand-new fox polls this morning putting the spoctlight on how americans feel about the refugee plan. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." what will come of the president's plan to accept at least 10,000 refugees into the country? after news of at least one paris attacker posing as a refugee. and the house approving a plan to tighten the refugee system. house foreign affairs committee ed royce with me in moments. the president with strong words for russian president vladimir putin on who his forces are targeting and the fight against isis and syria. retired four star general jack keane with me on the military

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