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hi, friends, good morning. today is sunday, the 29th of november, 2015. i'm anna kooiman and it's a fox news alert. a community coming together to remember those killed in that planned parenthood shooting. as we learn more about the officer who put his life on the line to save others. this young man freed, and that's how a man can lay down his life. >> the latest on the investigation, next. and donald trump supporters lined up for five blocks to get a glimpse of the man himself in
the backyard of two of his top opponents, trump went right at them. watch this. >> we're leading in florida against a sitting senator. right? we're leading against an ex-governor. >> we've got more from the trump rally and the sunshine state coming up. >> and the music stopped on the dancing cop because of the black lives matter movement. this hour that officer joins us live to tell us about his brand-new beat. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ it's the most wonderful time of the year ♪ ♪ with the kids jingle belling >> hey, friends, good morning. it is a thanksgiving weekend, and as many of you are probably still waking up with a turkey hangover, you're also thinking it's time to go get that christmas tree. friends, we have a christmas
tree farm right here on our plaza. >> yesterday we were helping you figure out the lights. today we're going to help you pick out the perfect tree. and also i decked out my home because i'm a total nerd with some of these connected home options so you can literally turn on your christmas lights with your cell phone. we're going to show you how to do that. >> could you even coordinate it to christmas carols, too. >> you can. lights have different colors and you can use your phone and just say siri turn on my christmas lights. >> you don't have a candle hanging on your christmas tree. >> no, not like the 1800s and charles dickens. good morning, everyone. >> good morning. great to have you with us. we're going to start with this fox news alert on your sunday morning. chilling new details emerging in the colorado springs shooting investigation. a gunman's past coming to light. >> 57-year-old done ert dear, the man accused of storming a planned parenthood clinic, killing three including a police officer is now being described, perhaps not surprisingly as a loner and a drifter. >> dear lived off the grid without electricity or running water. you can see he had two shacks in
north carolina and then this remote rv is where he lived in colorado. look at that. which police combed through yesterday to try to get some clues. >> and according to reports, dear had a history of prior arrests. some saying he was the type of guy you had to watch out for. >> kind of, just you know, not really -- he didn't say -- i didn't talk to him so he didn't say much. and he didn't -- you know, he wasn't outgoing where he'd come out and talk to you. so he kind of stayed to hisself. i stayed to myself. >> police are still searching for a motive in that shooting. >> dear remains in jail this morning without bail. his first court appearance is scheduled for tomorrow. of course a lot of people this morning remembering garrett swasey the police officer who was gunned down in all of this. he was a famed ice skater. so he had a large community of friends in the ice skating community in colorado. his friends couldn't believe it when they started to see his images pop up on television.
said, you know, the guy just lived ten minutes down the street. he was the sweetest guy. he would go out of his way to help people. and to see him gunned down in all of this was tragedy. >> yeah. also, a man of faith. and, in fact, he was a copastor of hope chapel in colorado springs. here his fellow co-pastor now. >> he loved this young man garrett swasey, and garrett swasey in turn loved him. that's how a man can lay down his life for others. the thing i know go garrett is, and that he would want you to know, is that jesus christ was his lord and savior. jesus christ meant everything to him. jesus christ came and laid down his life, substituted his life, so that we could be forgiven of our sins.
and accept, on our behalf, his forgiveness of our sins, accept that, and be drawn back in to relationship with our heavenly father. and that's why garrett lived. >> boy is that sad. >> also at the university of colorado, colorado springs, they held moments of silence before their basketball games, and also a prayer vigil. also there is a you caring page that's been set up by a friend of the family for the children's education. he leaves behind two children waking up without a father. >> i hope that video gets wide play. you're seeing politicians this morning trying to use this tragedy to their own advantage, trying to divide the country, claiming it's a crime against this group or that group and you look at this and realize this crime was a crime against people of every part of the spectrum. >> right. he was pro-life. he would -- and the figure skating community coming out with a statement this morning, they said the figure skating community mourns the trackic loss of officer garrett swasey, a former junior ice dance champion. garrett is remembered as a kind
and selfless man who was well liked by friends and competitors alike. more on -- >> two other people were also killed. we'll bring you more details on them when we get them. >> five minutes after the hour. we're going to switch gears now. extreme weather. the slow moving storm blamed for at least 14 deaths in the central part of the country. rising floodwaters killing eight people in texas. and a coat of ice on kansas highways causing at least six fatal crashes there. >> and then over in oklahoma, ice covering most of that state downing tree, power lines, leaving 80,000 people in the dark. >> there's an awful lot going on. rick reichmuth has been tracking the more severe storms. >> this ice is so incredibly destructive. it's incredibly heavy when you get ice that forms on the power lines and the trees. that's why you see those images like those power trees -- power lines that are down causing so many power outages. this is part of the broader system bringing rain in across parts of the mid-atlantic. still stretched down across texas. we're still getting the rain there. the freezing rain has moved a little bit farther towards the
north but we're going to see some in oklahoma. video out of yukon, oklahoma, just to the west of oklahoma city. that gives you an idea that's just ice. water hits the surface and itfr everything. it's kind of a beautiful sight. and an incredibly destructive sight that's going to be really expensive disaster for a lot of oklahoma by the time this is done. you will warm up this week into the 50s. it will get better. but it's going to take a couple of days. today we're still going to see more icing across parts of kansas, and across missouri and iowa, and then we're going to watch this storm develop into a bit of a snowstorm. and we also have snow advisories in effect across parts of nebraska and up through minnesota, by the time we get to tuesday, some of those area, guy, looking at over a foot of snow. so some areas certainly -- >> whoa. >> winter already. >> welcome to winter. >> thanks, rick. other stories making headlines, fox news alert, a police officer in pennsylvania shot and killed and now a suspect is in custody. 31-year-old ray schettsler was
arrested after a six hour man hunt. he ran into the woods after the shooting. saint claire township police officer lloyd lead died at the hospital. he was a 25 year veteran. turkey's president says russia was quote playing with fire, but that didn't slow vladimir putin down. new sanctions just issued against turkey. after they claim to have shot down this russian jet over its airspace, then shot and killed the pilot who parachuted down. today that pilot's body is now in turkey and will be turned over to russia. flights between the two countries have stopped as russian travel agencies have been banned from selling trips to turkey. there's also a new hiring ban on turkish nationals. and the fight is on for college football team trying to get a spot in the playoffs. a last-second 45-yard field goal helped push stanford past notre dame 38-36. the cardinals stayed alive in the college football playoff chase while eliminating the irish. michigan-ohio state bounced back
from its only loss of the season by trampling the waffle reasons 42-13. michigan trailed the entire game and only pulled within four points twice in the first half. and finally, oklahoma, prushing oklahoma state in a 58-23 route. to come your 2015 big twelve champion. the sooners now just hoping their name gets called by the college football playoff selection committee. and those are your headlines. >> ben carson in jordan this morning. the kingdom of jordan, touring refugee camps there. in an effort to enhance his foreign policy credentials. two takeaways from this trip, according to the carson camp. one, there is more room in those refugee camps. mr. carson says, dr. carson, says, and second he said, quote, i did not detect any great desire for them to come to the united states. you've got these refugee camps that aren't complete ply full. all you need is the resources to be able to run them. why you need to create something else before they can come back home. >> he says, look, i'm not into
spending and wasting money on large-scale, risky operations when we don't need to. if we can find the clearest path, the occam's razor path to the solution, we have tent cities set up, they're not full, why can't we utilize them? >> politically he's softening his rhetoric a little bit. last week you remember he likened syrian refugees to handling rabid dogs and changed that and said we just want to make sure we don't get any bad apples here in the united states. he also said while he was there that he's not seeing any sort f of -- he's not feeling like the vetting process of these refugees is as stringent as -- as it would need to be. >> this seems like it might diminish the campaign rather than enhance it. jordan i believe the majority of people in jordan are refugees and have been for many decades now. probably not room for a lot more. and second, the idea that they would rather stay in jordan, and refugee camps, than move to the united states. maybe that's true. i kind of doubt that. >> is it anecdotal? he's asked a few individuals?
i mean if they could come to the united states. i don't know who he's talking to exactly. we'll get more from the karszen camp. but it's on lockdown, jordanian security, very tight jordanian security as he's going through the camp. tale of two campaigns. ben carson over in jordan touring these refugees camps and then you have donald trump down in florida, in sarasota, where people were lined up for as long as five blocks at the robarts arena down there. people lined up around the block to get in to see donald trump. >> quite the spectacle. over 12,000 people showed up to robarts arena there and there was also an actual elephant there reportedly walking around outside the grounds. >> wait, not a man in an elephant costume? >> no, like a legit elephant and it's not just because of obvious mascot reasons but apparently florida has a long history with the ringling brothers. >> of course it's their winter camp in air is tote to. how is it working for donald trump? well, let you hear him sum it up. watch this. >> we're leading in florida
against a sitting senator. right? sitting senator. thank you. thank you. but think of this. we're leading against an ex-governor. bush. by the way, because we have so many things to talk about i just want to say it up front, right now, second amendment, 100%. remember it. remember it. remember it. common core, out. common core, out. second amendment, up, up, up. >> there's the basics -- >> second amendment, 100%, common core, out. that's the crispest summation i think i've heard in a long time. >> people were lined up around five blocks. let us know, send us your pictures this morning because we've got a lot of pictures from twitter of people who were actually at the event yesterday
down there in florida. >> coming up next, the day the music died in providence. that city's famed dancing cop has been yanked off the force because of black lives matter. he joins us next to tell us what he's doing. and this might
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>> the retired police officer claims he was let go after organizing a protest against the black lives matter movement. >> last month he stood outside a dunkin' donuts where a worker had written black lives matter on a police officer's cup, and he says that all he wanted was an apology but the protest has now apparently cost him his dancing cop gig in providence. >> but there's a brand-new update to this story this morning. joining us now is that rhode island police officer, tony lapore. nice to see you this morning. welcome to the show. >> good morning. thank you for inviting me. >> absolutely. you're smiling despite all of this. do you have some new news this morning you want to share with us? >> oh, yes. i will be joining east providence, and doing my traffic thing december 10th to the 24th. and always on the 24th i wear my santa hat and pass out candy canes for the kids. >> so, your fans will still be able to see you, just in a
different town you're saying now. >> oh, yeah. it's only across the water. all you got to do is take -- excuse me. >> well i just wanted to get your response to what the providence police department had said about why you did lose your job there. they said mr. lepore was not authorized to speak on behalf of the providence police department and his actions were, in my judgment, a disservice to the department, and to members of the providence community. what was your mission in organizing this demonstration? >> well, because many of the police officers at the time, if you'll remember that week, that several of them were in different towns were not served or there were problems with all police officers that went in to different restaurants. i think it was five different restaurants that week. and, i boycotted dunkin' donuts. i -- on my facebook. i said i wasn't going to drink coffee there anymore. well, i have 3,000 followers on
facebook. they all just said the same. so, we boycotted dunkin' donuts. it got through the news and it ended up, i ended up making a statement that i would like them both to apologize to the police officer. they never did. for five days they never did. so we decided to picket dunkin' donuts. it was on a saturday. >> yeah, but this all, of course, cost you your job as a result of it. >> well, it was one of my jobs. at the profs dense -- i knew that would have happened. but my mission was to have all the street cops, because i worry about the street cops, and black lives matter is a organization that has some individuals, just some individuals, that advocate harm to police officers. and that was my concern.
one more thing, since we picketed, and got a written apology from the owner, and the girl was never fired, she was placed in another restaurant other than dunkin' donuts, which was fine with us. but since then we haven't had one incident, in rhode island, or in the united states. and many of the states followed suit, and they picketed. police officers picketed off duty. and they were not fired. >> so you lost your job. but good news this morning, a silver lining to all this, tony you're going to be back in the east providence police department for the holidays out there directing traffic and doing what you love. >> and what everybody loves to see you do. tony lepore, thank you so much for your time today. >> merry christmas. >> thank you. >> be santa. >> thank you. coming up here on the show one police chief says civilians
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welcome back. there was a time when the police discouraged citizens from taking action if they witnessed a crime. but with terror attacks like the one we just saw in paris becoming a growing threat. even the chief of police of washington, d.c. says civilians may ultimately have to step up and defend themselves. >> if you're in a position to try and take the gunman down, to take the gunman out, it's the best option for saving lives before police can get there. >> so if you're a witness to an active shooter, what would you do to prevent that shooting from
continuing? a former marine special missions officer and ceo of the combative, one of the toughest people i know, great to see you this morning. so let's go through a series of scenarios and you tell us what we ought to do if we witness them. so if you see an attack begin, and you're at some distance from the attacker, what's your option? >> well, the first thing is, you know, gunfire is omni directional. so it's identifying, try and identify where it's coming from, but if you're far enough away that you can move out of the line of sight, just do that. because turning and attacking doesn't make sense. >> right. if you're midrange from the attacker? >> if you're midrange from the attacker, caught in that middle ground, basically seek cover as quickly as possible. cover is defined by basically things that bullets won't pass through then find the next position of cover, move to that and continue to do that fl you're out of ramg. >> and if you find yourself within close proximity? >> that's the tough one, tucker. obviously whether you've been trained to fight, whether you thought you'd have to fight or
whether you just have to, the bottom line is to try to get control of the weapon. and you want to do that by moving to the back of the forearm and behind the muzzle. after that, nothing really matters. you've just got to kind of hang onto that weapon as much as you can. obviously other people in the area would help you. you know, once a weapon is out of play people are encouraged. >> so thanks to some terror laws there are a number of civilians who are armed and it's possible you might be one of them, find yourself in close proximity to an attacker. what do you do then? >> also a difficult situation because most people don't train for that. again you have to almost approach that like you do on a plane. if the plane started to crash you'd put your mask on first, and then assist others. well, if you're the only one that has a firearm, move to cover to protect yourself first. get stable, get good shots off, and aim for the chest and the pelvic girdle. >> what's the pelvic girdle? >> basically if you shoot somebody in the pelvic gurdle you're going to get an ambulatory stop. they're not going to be able to
support themselves so they fall down. >> if you're at midrange or long range and you're armed? >> again you've got to get a stable shooting situation. you know it's not like you're going to just draw your weapon and start firing. it's not a competition match. so you want to stay behind cover, because once you've introduced a firearm into the mix, obviously you'll be targeted. the other thing that's of concern here is, once the event's over, if you've reconciled it you've got to make sure that i understand when police do arrive, they won't be able to sort through immediately what just happened. so you're at risk. and you've got to be able to make sure that they're not going to engage you, thinking that you're the shooter. >> that's exactly right. if there's blood on the ground, you've got a gun in your hand you're in trouble potentially. >> exactly. >> what do you think of this advice from the police chief of washington, d.c.? you never hear police officers say this, that you should get involved potentially. do you think that's good advice? >> i think there's two things, tucker. i think that basically this is predicated on her being privy to intelligence. she's not operating in a vacuum. she's privy to the presence of
these kinds of threats, and she's also a smart woman and understands that with a police response time of five to seven minutes and getting ready to move in, most of these killings happen within ten minutes. she's smart enough to understand that in order to prevent mass casualties, ordinary people may have to take extraordinary action. >> yes. sounds like good advice to me. great to see you this morning. thanks for joining us. >> you bet, tucker. >> still ahead, how do you defeat isis? why don't you hold a climate change conference? that might do it. >> what a powerful rebuke to the terrorists it will be when the world stands as one as shows that we will not be deterred from building a better future for our children. >> isis, running scared from our green energy plans. president obama in paris today to talk climate change. we'll tell you what he said. and wouldn't it be great to control your christmas lights from your phone? wow. flying cars actually, you can control your christmas lights
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>> molly joins us live from washington, d.c. with more. >> good morning. this is a deal that the president wants. he wants this to be part of his legacy. some type of international agreement on climate change. but senate republicans insist that he has to run any kind of deal by them before committing the u.s. economy or taxpayer dollars to this project. the president will leave later today to join other world leaders for global warming talks outside of paris. he already has pledged $3 billion to the united nations green climate fund. that's money that will go to developing nations to help them reduce carbon emissions. but some senators say he's not going to get that money out of congress if he doesn't come to the senate to get approval for any deal. wyoming gop senator john barrasso told "the wall street journal" last week in an editorial, quote, other countries will gladly support a deal that transfers money to them, while weakening the u.s. they are sure to praise president obama's leadership in the process. the question is whether the
american people, and congress, will allow such a deal to slip by, or whether they will stand up and be heard. but the obama administration says the green climate fund, and u.s. financial support for it, is a quote, clear priority for the president. and the president said last week that this deal will send a strong message to terrorists. >> i will be joining president hollande and world leaders in paris for the global climate conference. what a powerful rebuke to the terrorists it will be when the world stands as one and shows that we will not be deterred from building a better future for our children. >> democratic senator joe manchin from the coal producing state of west virginia also is urging the president to allow the senate to, quote, exercise its constitutional role to approve any agreement that comes from this meeting. back to you in all new york.
>> molly, thank you so much. these power producing states are throwing their hands up in the air going, this is going to hurt the economy and hurt jobs and who's going to pay for it? >> any normal person, this is not science, there's no proof this human activity causes climate change. no scientist who will say with a straight face that's true and yet they're claiming it's true and they're claiming once isis sees our solar panels they'll surrender. it's insane. >> the debate does still rage on about that. no doubt it seems the president's priorities are out of whack when he's more concerned about solar panels than he is about fighting off isis. >> but i do get the president's message that, look, we're not going to be deterred. we have this conference planned all these leaders are coming together, the terrorists aren't going to shake our schedule. >> and that's true. >> how about -- this is like -- but this point is, our commitment to green energy shows that we're better than them? or something like that? at its core, this is not science. it is theology. there is no proof that human behavior causes climate change. period. >> and yet bernie sanders built
his whole campaign about this. >> it may cause climate change. i don't know. but to say you know when you don't is a lie. that's my only point. >> 36 minutes after the hour. some other stories we're following for you now. this making headlines, a fox news alert, moments ago pope francis arriving in the central african republic for the last leg of his african tour. tight security surrounding the pontiff as he's brought to a country torn apart by war between christians and muslims. he hopes to preach a message of pes before the country holds elections next month. a strange and dangerous discovery in san francisco. spiked baseball bats have been found chained to poles throughout the city. police say they've been showing up on poles and parking meters since thanksgiving morning. at least 27 spiked bats have been found since then. those add-ons make the bats deadly weapons, of course, and creating them is actually a felony. former democrat allen grayson threatening a lawsuit if senator ted cruz wins the gop
nomination. why you say? grayson says he's unqualified because he was born in canada. listen. >> the constitution says natural-born americans. so now we're counting canadians as natural-born americans? how does that work? i'm waiting for the moment that he gets the nomination, and then i will file that beautiful lawsuit saying that he's unqualified for the job. ez ineligible. call me cruise zi but i think the president of america should be an american. >> cruz was born to an american mother in calgary which gives him citizenship. he moved here when he was 4. the supreme court has never actually ruled on the constitution's definition of quote natural-born citizen. and it's the selfie of the year. courtesy of our neighbors up north. michael and neil fletcher snapped this picture of a bald eagle they rescued from a trap in canada. they stumbled upon the stuck majestic bird while hunting in ontario. although it took awhile to get the trap open, they managed to untangle him, allowing him to fly back to freedom here in america.
those are your new headlines. rick, over to you. what's going on in the weather department? >> great shot. i'll tell you what, it has cooled down across a lot of the eastern sea board. obviously the big problem is going on across the central area of the country. take a look at the map. we have got chilly air across almost every place except for the far southeastern florida. that's kind of the one little warm sector. everybody else cold. 0 right now in denver. minus 2 in missoula. there's some cold air out there. the really big problem is this very slow moving ice storm across parts of texas and oklahoma and now you see that this morning in across areas of kansas and missouri and iowa. very destructive, some areas up to an inch and a quarter of ice, and we have a lot of power outages. it's going to be very expensive disaster, and obviously the fatalities there. snow will move in across parts of nebraska by the time we're done with this in the next couple of days, as with el. across the northeast today, get ready for a chilly one but mostly clear and down to the southeast the rain is will very
slowly spread off towards the east. over to you. >> well, thank you so much, rick. decking the halls this weekend, why not tech the halls, too. here with some great gadgets to get your home readies for the holidays, resident gadget guru, the great clayton morris. >> thank you so much for having me this morning, tucker. >> i hate turning on my christmas lights. is there something i can do without actually doing it? >> if you're out of town or want to have the security of knowing your home is well lit while you're out of town you can do that. a lot of these -- these are some of my favorite gadgets because i love the connected home when you have all these gadgets tied to the internet. philips came out with their hue lights a few years ago. now they have a home kit ready. apple's protocol, you can use siri with your iphone routed through it. so you can change different lights through your house. we set these up in my house. my boy was helping me set them up. up into the ceiling. we have some of the sockets. he helped me put them in. normal lights. and then just controlling with your iphone, you can set all sorts of different themes in the
house. so we set like a reading scene if you want to sit and read books and it's not too bright in there. or in the fireplace room where you've got your fireplace and you've got your christmas tree. switch it over to a little red. you can do red lights in there. green lights. you can set them on timers, alarms. even when you're out of town you can do something special. >> you're not worried it's going to turn on your dish washer by accident? >> no, because it's all separate. here are your outside christmas lights. i-devices has their outdoor switch, it's rain resistant, weather resistant. you can set up your christmas lights outside using siri. you can say turn on my christmas lights outside and it will be set to timers and you don't have to worry about any of the weather. a great outdoor switch all connected to the internet, as well. instead of the christmas tree at home using i-home's smart plug take a look at this. you plug your christmas tree into it or any device, you can put fan, air conditioner, lamp, just using siri, take a look at this christmas tree over here. you can use siri, and say things like, turn off my tree lights.
there it goes. >> wow. >> you can do it while you're driving. >> you could be in california and have your tree back home in pennsylvania. turn on my tree lights. boom. there you go. >> that is amazing. how does this work? >> and the smart plug is $39.99. >> not bad. >> you can hook them up to heaters in your house if you're out of town, coming home in 45 minutes, turn on the heater. anything like that. i rough this, and the eve weather. you know a lot of local airport data -- a lot of local weather data is gathered from your local airport. >> sure. >> and often you live ten miles away from the airport so it's not terribly accurate. eve rhetts you connect to the internet, put your weather device outside of your house, using siri you could say what is the temperature in my backyard and it would give you a precise temperature for your house. which is fantastic. so, it's completely different -- >> are you ever worried that siri is listening to you?
>> siri is in touch with my heart, tucker. so check out eve. they also got the indoor rooms, and windows devices so you can monitor going in and out of your house, the temperature and climate in there. so this is how you can get your home ready for the holidays. >> pretty unbelievable. moving at a faster pace than i can digest. >> two years ago we didn't have any of this. >> anna, inside to you. >> clayton you're going to have to help tucker and me with all that. 42 minutes after the hour. donald trump meets with 100 pastors tomorrow. one pastor who will be there tells us what questions he wants the donald to answer. plus an 8-year-old little girl tends handmade crosses to police officers around the nation. she says it's her mission to protect them and spread god's word. she's going to join us next with her inspirational story. i sure had a lot on my mind when i got out of the hospital
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quarter till the top of the hour. an 8-year-old little girl in illinois is lifting the spirits of police officers and firefighters all over the country with special packages. arianna nichols has made it here mission to protect law enforcement and protect god's word. she's sending handmade crosses with a letter of inspiration to departments throughout the united states. and here with a heartwarming story is 8-year-old arianna and her mother laura nichols. good morning, ladies. thanks for being with us. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> arianna, a lot of little girls like to make crafts like this in their home. but what made you decide to give this to first responders, as well? >> i want to protect others and spread god's word and i always wanted to protect others and spread his word. >> and, i see this letter that you attached to every single one of those crosses.
you've handed out 6100 of them, which is an unbelievable number, to 90 departments in 30 states. and even the sidney, australia. can you read that letter for me, arianna? >> mm-hmm. sure. hello, my name is arianna, i am 8 years old. i made crosses to spread god's word. god's word is peace, kindness, love, joy, patience, hope and faith. i am also catholic, religious, loving and caring. i am a very happy girl. i hope my crosses inspire people to pray and love jesus. i also hope my crosses protect you. love, arianna. >> well, that is so sweet and special. mom, were you surprised by the reaction? seems like they've been welcomed with open arms when these first responders are getting the packages. because, crosses can be a target for the pc police sometimes, can't they? what do you think, mom?
>> yes. >> yeah, in the beginning when she mentioned wanting to do this i was kind of apprehensive because i know it's -- it speaks to religion, christianity, and it wouldn't speak to everybody. so, a little apprehensive. but when she said she wanted to do this i felt it was my job to, you know, try to make that happen for her and to see what kind of response we get and surprisingly, it's overwhelming gratitude. everybody seems very happy and excited, and is really embracing it. >> wow, what an amazing little girl. you say that it takes 17 to 20 minutes to make one tray of 42 crosses. and she makes three to four of those a day. so working really hard. how proud are you of your little girl? >> i couldn't be more proud of her. i mean she's the post compassionate, kind person you'll ever meet. and she's always been a very religious little girl. and when she said she wanted to set out to do this, and we went ahead and set out to do it and she accomplished it and succeeded i was just blown away. i couldn't be more proud of her. >> well, laura and arianna,
thank you so much for joining us on "fox & friends" weekend. and thank you for being bold in your faith. and you know what? since it's past turkey day we're almost into december, i know it's safe to say it to you, merry christmas. >> merry christmas. >> merry christmas. >> have a great day. >> 11 minutes before the top of the hour. remember this unlikely animal trio? two dogs and a pig who needed a family willing to adopt all three of them? well, they have found their forever homes. you'll meet the new owner next. my moderate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis made a simple trip to the grocery store anything but simple. so finally, i had an important conversation with my dermatologist about humira. he explained that humira works inside my body to target and help block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to my symptoms. in clinical trials, most adults saw 75% skin clearance.
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remember, when we brought you this story last week about this unlikely try owe who needed a family willing to take all three of them in. there's a pig in there. >> they're bonded. they came in together, they sleep together and do everything together. to separate them would be devastati devastating. we're looking for somebody with pig experience. they're pretty easygoing and a lot of fun. they'll be a great addition to any family. >> turns outs they were. the three best friends found their home. joining us now is their new owner. also the owner of blue hound farm. so how is this working out? wimt well, it's working out pretty good. better than expect d. the dogs have fit in like a glove. the pig has figured out how to jump up on the bed. she's made herself quite at home. >> now they have the new home and new names. what did you rename them? >> well, we're still working on it. we're trying to figure out what their names might have been
before they were dropped at the rescue. we keep trying different names to see what they come to. i think in the last 24 hours, they each had about 20 different names. we still call them patty, paprika and pickles. but we've been calling this little guy max, mick, all different kinds of things. hoping we'll hit on a name that is familiar to them. it's not that we don't like the names. it's that we would like to find out who they were or who they are. >> do you think there's any chance the pig knows she's a pig or does she believe she's a dog? >> i think she knows she's a pig. >> will she fetch a stick for you? >> pardon? >> will she fetch a stick for you? >> not yet. we haven't gotten that far. it's only been 24 hours. the pig has an iq of a
4-year-old child. she's really -- it's been a hard adjustment. she's been sleeping a lot. >> why did you decide to bring them in? as we brought you this story last week, you found out they needed a home together. you got this link from a friend when they were dropped off at the shelter. why did you decide to step up? >> because, first of all, i have the room. i have a 70-acre farm. i have six potbelly pigs and two 13-year-old dogs. so there was plenty of room and plenty of love to give them. we decided to make a go of it. >> pardon the question. i have dogs but no pigs. what do pigs eat? >> they eat pig food. pelleted food that they eat. they do love other things, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots. most of my pigs seem to be fonder of fruits than vegetables. >> sounds like our diet. >> they're smart. >> it's great to see you both.
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swasey and garrett swasey, in turn, loved him. that's how a man can lay down his life. >> the latest on the investigation next. then, france still reeling from the terror attacks. at least 57 workers at the paris airport, charles de gaulle are on the terror watch list. how did it happen? we'll tell you. parents are frustrated their kids won't pick up the phone and talk to them. what do they do? they're taking a class on how to text. >> oh, yeah. >> we're shifting things around here. "fox and friends" begins right now. > ♪ ♪ rocking around the christmas tree ♪ getting into the christmas spirit. we're here on "fox and friends"
at 48th and 6th. we have a christmas tree farm right here on the plaza. we're going to help you pick out the perfect tree for your family. >> clayton and i were wandering through the christmas tree farm and wish we could bring you the smell of it. something in your head changes when you smell it. you know it's that time of year. >> it's unbelievable. >> we have a fake tree. >> artificial. >> artificial. >> i got some of those, whatever they are, the fake scent of the christmas tree and hung it up. >> you're making this up. >> you burn the candles. >> good morning everyone. welcome to "fox and friends." we'll help you pick out that perfect tree. >> this knocks news alert. chilling new details. a gunman past coming to>> 57-ye man accused of storming the planned parenthood clinic, including shooting a police
officer is a loaner and a drifter. >> he lived off the grid. no running water. he had two shacks in north carolina and a remote rv in colorado in the middle of nowhere. police combed through it yesterday looking for clues. >> according to reports, dear had a history of prior arrests some saying he was, the type of guy you had to watch out for. >> just not really -- he didn't -- i didn't talk to him. he didn't say much and he wasn't outgoing where he would talk to you. he kind of stayed to himself. i stayed to myself. >> pieces of the picture are emerging. investigators trying to figure out why dear opened fire. >> he remains in jail without bail. court appearance scheduled for tomorrow. >> we are remembering the officer who was killed in the line of duty. garrett swasey, 44 years old. he leaves behind a wife and two children. we know he was originally from
boston and moved to colorado springs in the '90s to train at an ice skating fa sichlt. >> he's a skater and pretty good one. the community is shattered by this. they released a statement talking about what an incredibly loving man he was. >> scott, a co-pastor at hope chapel in colorado springs, a co-pastor with garrett by the way who spent part-time when he wasn't on duty pastoring at this church. he spoke out yesterday at a gathering. listen. >> jesus who loved this young man garrett swasey and garrett swasey, in turn, loved him. that's how a man can lay down his life for others. the thing i know about garrett is, and that he would want you to know, jesus christ was his lord and savior. jesus christ meant everything to
him. jesus christ came and laid down his life, substituted his life so that we could be forgiven of our sins and accept on our behalf his forgiveness of our sins, accept that and be drawn back into relationship with our heavenly father. and that's the life garrett lived. >> there it is. remember that next time you hear a politician trying to use this tragedy to put his political agenda as the president did. many people were killed in those attacks the other day. that was not just a single portion of the population targeted. but men like this. >> right. rather than politicizing the tragedy and pressing pause and remembering this hero who died in the line of duty. that's what they did the university of colorado, colorado springs, they had moments of silence before two of the basketball games yesterday. they had vigils, there was a local police, state professionals to remember garrett swasey. >> you didn't see anybody trying
to expand his own power on the basis of this guy's death. >> more details emerging about this guy. more on hopefully what authorities will be able to uncover as to what his motive was. we'll have more on that throughout the show this morning. >> five minutes after the hour. now to extreme weather exploding. a storm blamed for deaths in the part of the country rising. floodwaters killing eight people in texas. and a coat of ice on kansas highways causing at least six fatal crashes there. >> out in oklahoma, ice covering most of the state, downing trees, power lines, leaving 80,000 people in the dark. rick joins us with more. >> ice storms are the worst to be driving on. interstate 40 and 20 and 25, all these big areas that all the people driving on would like to be driving on, really dangerous. this is the system, mostly just a jet stream across parts of the mid-atlantic and still down
towards the central plains and now the ice is moving in across parts of kansas, missouri and in towards iowa. take a look at this video out of el reno. if you remember a couple of years ago, el reno is a town that experienced the whitest ever tornado that we've experienced. that town saw a loot of damage. now they have this ice storm. west of the oklahoma city area. you get an idea how destructive it is. it will take a long time to get it repaired with the icy conditions things not getting better. it will warm up a bit this week and warm up into the 50s over the next couple of days. we're here to watch another piece of this energy move farther to the north. watch what happens in the future. isiah cross parts of kansas and iowa. we'll start to see snow move in across nebraska, iowa, minnesota and south dakota. some of the spots, guys, probably about a foot of snow by the time it's done on tuesday. big winter storm affecting the northern plains. >> foot of snow.
thanks, rick. now to other stories making headlines. fox news alert. a police officer in pennsylvania shot and killed overnight after responding to a domestic disturbance call. the man accused of shooting him is in custody. 31-year-old ray shet letter just arrested after a six-hour manhunt. he ran into the woods allegedly after the shooting. police officer lloyd reed died at the hospital. he was a 25-year veteran of the force. >> out with the old, in with the new plans. the nsa bulk collection of our phone records ended at midnight. the new program in place will only allow the feds to gather surveillance on a suspected terrorist. if they check with the phone company's data first. they'll no longer keep phone records on file. president obama heads to paris this morning to join nearly 150 world leaders for the start of the u.n. climate change summit. but questions about who will pay for the changes are rising. as the gop has already vowed not to fund it.
president obama has already pledged $3 billion in the united nations green climate fund to help reduce carbon emissions in developing countries. and a royal fall for prince harry. look at this. tumbling headfirst off his pony during a charity event in south africa. the ref quickly stopped the match so he could get back on his horse. he was not hurt. get back on the horse. thanks, anna. >> thanks, harry. i don't mind if he falls off. we can show it -- >> you don't want the damage. >> i don't see the appeal. >> i'm glad that you do. >> you saw the interview. these two interviewed probably america's favorite police officer. this guy was until recently a providence cop. his name is tony la pour. he became famous for dancing in the street. he picked up a cup of coffee at dunkin' donuts. the most favorite coffee place
and the server in dunkin' donuts wrote something endorsing black lives matter on the cup. >> wrote the #black lives matter. here's a copy of the cup. he was surprised by that. he was concerned about the safety of his fellow officers. he decided to take to facebook to write about it. he has 3,000 followers on facebook. wanted to organize a protest and demonstrate outside the dunkin' donuts to say basically blue lives matter. that's when he lost his job. we talked to him earlier on the show about sticking up for his fellow officers. listen. >> i knew that would have happened. my mission was to have all the street cops, because i worry about the street cops. black lives matter is an organization that has some individuals, just some individuals that advocate to police officers and that was my concern. >> to declare -- it wasn't on his cup, it was on another
police officer's cup. >> he organized a small demonstration and then the providence police department said we're not going to rehire you this year. >> what about the constitution applying to him. right to assembly, freedom of speech. >> if he was defending black lives matter would they have fired him? of course not. >> he said he was not authorized to speak on behalf of the providence police department. also to be clear, he was hired every year. he says he worked since like 1992, he's been getting $1200 a year. he never asked for a raise. he would go out and dance like an hour and a half between thanksgiving and christmas. he would do this. >> good news. >> make spirits bright and all that. they didn't rehire him this year. >> good news now. silver lining to the story. the mayor of east providence called him and say why don't you come to our town, we'd love to hire you. >> you're seeing this all over. people fired, for expressing
unpopular political views. that is not the american way. >> we get to see him and he hands out candy canes. >> pretty spry. could you do it? >> none of us could. donald trump meets with 100 black pastors. one says trump is the man for the oval office. >> cincyville back in the headlines. this bale of hay cannot be controlled. when a wildfire raged through elkhorn ranch, the sudden loss of pasture became a serious problem for a family business. faced with horses that needed feeding and a texas drought that sent hay prices soaring, the owners had to act fast. thankfully, mary miller banks with chase for business.
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donald trump plans to meet tomorrow with 100 black religious leaders in an effort to reach out to the black community. what will trump say and what can we expect from that meeting? one of the pastors attending is mark burns, the senior pastor of harvest praise center. he joins us this morning. pastor, good to see you this morning. >> hey, tucker, how are you? >> i'm well, thanks. your presence at the meeting tomorrow, is it a sign you plan to support donald trump for president? >> what i really truly believe that he is the best person for the republican nomination. and many of us really feel that this is a season and a time for a strong leader that can really bring americans together. but obviously, there's some questions regarding the black community that many of us really have to have some answered
before we pull our full support. that's why we're having this meeting. >> can you be more specific? you're hearing democrats say that trump is essentially leading a candidacy of white reaction against diversity and demographic change and that he's somehow anti-black and anti-hispanic. you clearly don't buy that. >> again, there's some action that is have taken place, as mr. trump is running for president, there are some things that -- there are questionable things that are creating for racial tension than racial unity. and so, you know, again the incidents with the twitter, retweeting the stats. talking about the statements taking place with the black lives matter candidate, black lives matter protests disrupting and getting roughed up. things like that, that are
creating more racial tension than racial unity. this meeting really is coming -- i think it's a 911 meeting so that mr. trump can speak to these 100 black pastors and leaders across america. a lot of them are strongly caucasian-led rallies. why is it that many blacks are not showing up and why is it many blacks still see him as a racist white supremacist. many of us know not the answer. we know -- those who met him one-on-one, he's probably one of the least racist person -- and this is out of his own mouth when he was asked that very question. but the rest of america primarily black america don't see that. and so this meeting, again, it's a 911 cry that he has to be able
to address some of these issues and not just do it privately. he has to come out and address it publicly. >> you're hearing democrats say, i heard one yesterday say that these black pastors are meeting -- you all are meeting with donald trump. probably because he paid you. is that true? >> that's absolutely a -- donald trump hasn't paid or asked -- his company, his administration, that is preposterous to think we're being paid. there are no judass, no uncle toms, nobody selling out the black race like many have stated for 30 pieces of silver. no, we are there because we met the man, those who of us who met like derrick scott, and other great men and women of god, those who have met him and fallen in love with the character of donald trump. and believe he's been extremely
kind. you got to understand, tucker, this meeting that we're having monday is a makeup meeting for a meeting that was scheduled in october in atlanta. we had about -- it wasn't as heavily publicized as this meeting. but it was a meeting that 50 or so black pastors from america came to meet with donald trump and because of his delayed plane and delayed time infraction, we weren't able to have real dialog like we had planned. he wanted to make it up to us and make sure that he took this time out baus it's so important that we met. then he -- the number from 50 to 100 and now we're meeting in trump towers. how real dialog, again, nobody has gotten paid. that's preposterous to suggest that we have been paid. >> that's -- >> even if they offered, we
woulit. >> thanks for clarifying it. pastor mark burns, we appreciate you joining us this problem. >> no problem, tucker. thanks for having me. a remarkable story coming up. newborn baby found alive on the side of road. the guardian angel, the hero who saved her life. we'll bring you that story. if you ever sat next to someone like this on an airplane? >> oh, that feels better. >> you may have seen it yesterday on the busiest travel weekend of the year. the travel etiquette to get you home safely and cleanly. stay tuned for that. the great beauty of owning a property is that you can create wealth through capital appreciation, and this has been denied to many south africans for generations.
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let's get up and moving and grooving. quick holiday headlines. people shopped till they dropped this black friday. the majority did it from the comfort of their computer screens avoiding mall scenes like this. store sales dropped 1.5% while online sales soared. jumping more than 14% from last year. starting today the u.s. postal service is vowing to deliver your packages and letters to loved ones seven days a week. it's all part of the busy holiday rush. they're expecting to deliver 15.5 billion pieces of mail. clayton over to you. thanks, anna. aaa estimates nearly 50 million
people will travel this holiday season. whether you plan to hit the road or board a plane, traveling can come with huge challenges, like this. if you don't stop screwing around back there. let's ask the panel. francesca page. and travel expert lee ab monty. nice to see all of you. merry christmas. >> let's talk about when to power the cell phones and
electronic devices causing a lot of consternation on flights. what do we do when they tell us to power down? when everyone is quiet and we're still allowed to use them. >> on a plane, you shouldn't -- people tend to get on the phone. in my opinion, i think if you're going to have a lengthy personal conversation. it's probably not the right thing to do. if it's an emergency, ask the driver do they mind you using the phone. >> amtrak has set up a quiet phone that is a designated cell phone-free zone and you can sit in that car for free. it's no extra charge. i think that's a good tip for friends and family traveling. set up your own cell phone-free zone. power down digital detox. it's a great tool. >> what about on a plane? >> first of all, i flew on emirates airline. they allow people to talk on the phone on the plane, which i absolutely despise. >> that's a movement we're hearing more and more airlines considering. >> i think that's a terrible idea.
it's going to cause fights like in the tease at the mall. people just don't have quiet voices. they don't know how loud they speak. especially just because it doesn't concern anybody else. it's going to tick people off. >> bottom line, keep your phones in your pocket. read a book, quiet down. >> what about traveling with kids, whether you have kids and they're annoying or arnold schwarzenegger getting his seat kicked by a kid. >> you can always try to look back and ask politely for the seat kicker to stop. we know that doesn't always happen. i said get ahead of the problem. upgrade to a priority or premium seating or become a frequent flyer. if you're in elite status flyer, you tend to get upgraded for free. >> talk to the flight attendant. i don't think there's anything wrong with telling the flight attendant. i'm trying to get rest before i continue my journey, do you mind speaking with the parent. i would directly speak with the parent. when you have kids, you know these things happen.
>> i don't think there's a problem with saying would you mind asking your child to stop or maybe switching seats with them. put them in the middle seat so they don't kick that seat or give them a look kind of thing. >> we're so afraid as if we can't interact with parents with kids who are acting rowdy. it's too politically correct to speak up and talk to. >> it's the donald trump outlook. say what's on your mind and hopefully it will be better. >> your kid is kicking my seat. i'm offended by that. know, id like to actually sleep. >> what if a fellow passenger crosses the lane. the late great john candy taking off his shoes and putting his socks in someone's face. >> taking your shoes off it one thing, taking off your socks is another thing. there are comfortable travel shoes, put sneakers on. you don't have to take your shoes off. don't put your feet on dashboard if you're driving. >> go ahead. >> as far as personal grooming. there are few personal grooming
habits that are appropriate for a flight. nail clipping, applying nail polish. anything beyond moisture icing skin, lip balm or eye drops. leave that for off the plane. >> have you witnessed somebody clipping their nails? >> i have. >> i have. i've witnessed people cutting their foe nails. recently i was on the plane, the guy crossed his leg and his feet were touching my knee. i looked at him, dude, i am going to -- >> i wonder if a flight attendant would step in and say do you mind putting that away for the time being. >> i have seen more and more flight attendants step in especially when seats are reclined. they ask people to do things to accommodate passengers. >> merry christmas. i hope we have a nice easy travel season this month. >> nice to see you all. >> thank you. coming up on the show, they're paid to keep our airlines safe. dozens of airport workers are on
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♪ there it is. fox news world headquarters in midtown manhattan. it looks a little different today because there's a christmas tree farm on the plaza. >> yes. we're decking your halls this morning as well with all these great decorations around manhattan to put you in the christmas spirit. we'll have to pick out the perfect christmas tree in a bit. >> when your grandparents or mom calls, do you look down and say i'll get back to you later. seems to be a common theme emerging. parents are so frustrated by it, in atlanta, a nonprofit set up classes now to teach grandparents how to text. because they're saying, look, our kids aren't answering the phone. we need to learn how to communicate with them and text and have a conversation. >> i love getting e-mails from my grandparents. they don't text, but they e-mail a lot. >> people under 30 don't like to talk on the phone. i think it has consequences and
makes us miserable. except for this. talking on the phone is tire some. texting is awesome. >> you don't like talking on the phone? >> no. >> actually it's the only innovation that brings us closer together rather than pulling us apart. >> it's simple. you have a quick question, share something with them. it's easy to do. just having that phone conversation, you know, a lot of people don't have that hour carved out. that's kind of sad. take time and get on the phone. my mom gets frustrated. if you want to talk to your grandchildren, learn to text. i know it hurts, i am on your side. i hate technology. >> there are funny viewer e-mails about some funny text messages they've gotten from their grandparents. >> there are whole websites devoted to the types of text messages send to their kids. >> my dad used to tell me he had to sign off. he would write lu.
ditty. >> love you, ditty. >> we call him ditty sometimes. >> share your funny interactions with your grandparents with us. we'll post them up. >> 36 minutes after the hour. sunday morning. here's what the headlines -- on ater terror watch list. dozens of security badges were taken away from workers in january. but some continued working anyway. questions are also being raised about radicalism among metro and railroad workers. after authorities learned one of the bataclan concert hall suspects managed to get a job as a bus driver while on a watch list. jesse jackson wants chicago's police superintendent and the top prosecutor to resign because of the release -- because of the way they handled the release of that dashcam video that showed officer jason van dyke fatally shooting laquan
mcdonald last year. prosecutors delayed murder charges until this week. hours later the police department released this video. the police officer's lawyer says the teenager had a knife and it was self-defense. a miraculous story of survival now. cries heard coming from beneath the ground. the muffled noise, get this a newborn baby girl. about 36 hours old we're told. found buried alive under asphalt and rubble. los angeles county sheriff's deputies found the baby likely born at a hospital wrapped in blankets. this morning she's in stable condition. authorities are asking for the public's help in identifying her. >> wow. >> splitsville for tim tebow and olivia. the daily news, the former beauty queen and footballer ended their love affair because she couldn't handle his lifestyle and certain christian values. he's made no secret about waiting until marriage.
apparently miss -- that's not fair what they had me about to say. 38 minutes after the hour. going to hand it out to rick. over to you. >> okay. >> way to go, tim. >> way to go, tim. >> taking a look at the maps. show you what's on this morning. we have a cool morning across a lot of the country. we have obviously this big problem with that severe weather across the central part of the country. across the northeast today, we've got a chilly day but we have the rain that will be down across parts of the mid-atlantic. heaviest of the rain across the mid mississippi river valley and the tennessee river valley. some air jase 1 or 2 inches. the icing this morning going on at least until midday across parts of kansas and missouri and into iowa. then watch snow develop across parts of nebraska and tomorrow it will be heavy. across the west, a little bit of leftover mountain snow across the colorado rockies, but
overall, it's a cool one in across much of the west. >> all right, guys. >> all right, rick. >> you were out here in the tyler tree farm this morning. are you headed out to pick out your family christmas tree? >> griswold family christmas tree. >> isn't it a little big? >> it's not big. it's just full. >> dad, that thing wouldn't fit in our yard. >> not going in our yard, russ. it's going in our living room. >> did you bring a saw? >> here to help avoid any mishaps like that and with tips on finding the perfect tree, tyler cooper and brian mill man of tyler's trees. nice to see you. >> thanks for decking out our plaza. >> it smells great out here. >> that's the best part. >> when you're trying to find
the right tree, you go round and round. half the time all the trees are in the little casings or whatever. it's hard to figure out. how do you get to the bottom of what's in the tree? >> we have a tree to show you first. first thing you want to do is open it up. not a bad thing to do. you want the perfect tree. next thing you're going to do, shake it out. you're looking for needle loss around the bottom. the third thing is do a little do-si-do. spin it around and see if there's any holes in it. the tyler's trees crease are premium grade one frazier firs. there's no hole this is them. >> you can put it in the krn corner. >> people are paying a lot of money for trees. we really try to make sure that it's perfect. >> where do you come down on the artificial versus real? obviously you own a tree farm, so i think i have some idea. >> the first thing we walk into
people's apartments, it's the smell. you don't get the smell with the artificial trees. the smell is key. >> yep. >> then the second thing is kind of the nostalgia. people remember going to the lot, going to cut down the tree. you don't git that with a fake tree. it's cooped up for 11 months out of the year. >> people complain, say this is environmentally bad. you say it's 93% are recyclable. >> we recycle all of our trees, spread them back through new york city parks. we cut a lot down and also do that. >> christmas trees are out already to be purchased. you look at those and i think if i buy that tree now, by the time it's christmas, that tree will be dry and i'm going to be a fried frayed of fires, all that sort of stuff. if i buy a tree and wait for two weeks, is it still a tree cut already? does that make sense? >> we call late cut, fresh cut. we cut them last week in north carolina.
shipped them up here. we give a fresh cut on the bottom of every tree. you will be doing this in a little bit. it opens the base and allows them to drink the water and brings it back to life. >> coming up in the next segment, you'll show us how to make sure the tree lasts the whole season. not a whole year. but through christmas. >> if you have any questions, you can e-mail us. friends at fox news.com or find us on twitter. >> let's put it up on the facebook page. jump on the thread on the facebook page. any questions for these guys. >> we'll be answering them the whole hour. >> facebook.com/ff weekend. any questions you have. >> tucker, anna, in to you. >> mesmerized by the trees. thank you. ben carson makes a surprise trip to jordan. he's visiting syrian refugees. would help build his foreign policy reputations or too late for that? we have a debate coming up. rocky returns to the big
hi everyone. 14 minutes before the top of the hour. republican presidential candidate dr. ben carson makes a surprise trip to jordan to visit syrian refugees. his goal? to better understand the refugee crisis. is this too little too late? here from vice president of political polling and public affairs at research at wpa research is lisa booth and political analyst ebony williams. thanks for being with us. >> good morning, anna. >> ebony, you say too little too late? >> yeah, anna. i think it's too little and far too late. i appreciate dr. carson making an effort on this issue. but he's had too many missteps. his own advisers said with their
most intense tutoring, he's still not able to get it. yes, there's a learning curve. he's not able to measure up and the stakes are too high at this point in time. >> lisa, foreign policy and the threat of global terrorism becomes more front and center, is that going to hurt dr. carson? >> anna, you absolutely can't discount ben carson right now. he's been polling in the top three in national polls and in early primary states like iowa for months now. he still is. absolutely, you can't discount him at this point. this is a positive step in the right direction. trying to bolster some of his foreign policy credentials. however, in the wake of the paris attacks and pay route and mali. it puts him in a difficult situation. foreign policy is a weakness of his. it helps the candidates that have a better command on the issue. i think that the k5id that stands to lose the most or the biggest disadvantage is hillary clinton. because she has supported president obama's policies and
his failed policy and strategy on isis. >> that's who the candidate will likely be up against. ebony, to you now. it's been report thad dr. carson brought on a new adviser who has done work with mark brunette, roma downey trying to draw up support for christians living in the region and finding places for them to be reset willed. he's playing to his strength and does well with evangelical christians. i see her point but i have to disagree. it is time to look at dr. carson as not being a top tier candidate. his descent is rapid in the wake of the paris attacks. it's going to be this way. he himself has said it. it's akin to this. if we're on trial for our life, are you hiring the trial lawyer familiarizing themselves with the statute or learning the evidence rules? probably not. we want the one with the most experience and knowledge base going into the position. i think dr. carson struggles
there. >> final word, lisa. >> anna, to that point you have to -- hillary clinton failed to meet the national security request that could have prevented the death of four americans in benghazi. she helped to spearhead the iran deal giving a billion dollars to the nation's largest sponsor of terrorism. so you would have to discredit hillary clinton. >> actually, i agree with you there. hillary has her own significant problems when it comes to foreign policy issues. we'll see that play out. >> not to mention the failed russia reset. >> absolutely. we'll see that. >> ebony and lisa, thank you so much. >> thank you. >> we'll talk about this a lot more throughout the rest of the show. 11 minutes before the top of the hour on a sunday morning. a community comes together to honor a fallen officer. the planned parenthood gunman. we're live in colorado springs at the top of the hour. rocky returns to the box office with a revival. is the movie a champ or a chump?
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well, it's a busy time of year at the movies. if you're headed to the theater, wait a few more minutes before you buy the tickets. >> you need the advice of kevin mccarthy who joins us with exactly the reviews you want this week. >> hey, kef. >> i hope you had a good thanksgiving. yeah, the big movie this weekend is the movie "creed." there's a lot of oscar buzz surrounding this movie. the seventh film in the "rocky"
franchise. i didn't know what to expect, but the film director did a great job with the emotional journey. and the intensity of every fight scene is absolutely mind blowing. michael b. jordan delivered an amazing performance in "fruit vail station." but really the standout is sylvester stallone, he deserves an oscar nomination for best supporting actor. this is one of the best films of the year. it made me feel the same way i felt at the end of the first "rocky." they did a wrote good job of bringing back the spirit of rocky. one of the best films of the year. look at the second fight in the film. it was all done in one shot with steady cam, basically the way they did the original shots in
"rocky" when he was doing the step. >> when was the first "rocky"? >> 1976. if he wins this time, that would be absolutely huge. >> and he wrote it in three days. it's hard to forget the original "rocky" movie was so good. >> michael b. jordan took a couple punches to the face at some point during the shots. >> like an episode of "fox and friends." dangerous. >> "the good dinosaur" is a new pixar film. >> i gave it a 3.5 out of 5. it visually one of the most stunning films of the year. didn't hit me as emotionally hard as "inside out." and i spoke about the voice work in the film and his character had a lot of grunting. i wanted to know if he was in the studio grunting all of the
time. >> i was screaming and grunting. okay. what am i doing this for. i'm just doing random things. but after seeing it come to life. you would get different ways, different screams. okay. find one. and he found ways to put them inside the movie and it made sense being there. it was so amazing to watch. >> i gave the movie a 3.5 out of 5. not as good as "inside out" but still a very visual film. just didn't love it. >> we're getting into the good season of movies. great to see you. >> bye guys. have a wonderful day. >> quinton tarantino called some police officers murderers. one group of cops is calling the director a liar. that brawl continues. we'll bring you the latest. and knowing right when my packages arrive. so that's two things. introducing real time delivery notifications.
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good morning. today is sunday, the 29th of november, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. chilling new information on the man behind the massacre at a colorado planned parenthood clinic. as a community rallies around their hero, the police officer gunned down in the raid. then imagine seeing this on your next flight. the aircraft's windshield shatters shortly after takeoff. we'll tell you what happened next. and he's been dubbed by his critics as america's worst politician. >> the republican health care plan is this. die quickly. >> this morning he's back with a plan to take down one of the most popular republicans running for president. fox and friends hour three starts right now. ♪
>> is there a better time of year? the answer is no. we're going to show you how to pick the perfect christmas tree. >> we have everything on our plaza from water slides to swimming pools and now we have our own forest. clayton and i were frolicking in the forest. >> holding hands. >> the experts were saying, you know, make sure you don't have any holes in the tree or anything. rick is just like, put that part in the corner. no big deal. >> hide it behind the curtains. >> our tree expert is going to show us how to make sure your tree lasts the entire month coming up in a little bit. stick around for that. >> a little red bull in the water dish. breaking details in the horrifying colorado shootings the other day that killed three people, including officer garrett swasey. >> he's a devout christian and beloved family man. >> you can't take away those
things that he has done and the mark that he's left on all of us. >> will carr is live with the latest on the investigation. what can you tell us? >> reporter: well, good morning, guys. well this investigation continues, this community is taking the time to remember the victims. a little later this morning there will be a church service honoring officer gary swasey. those who knew swasey best remember him as a family man, a man of strong faith and a police officer who did not hesitate to lay his life down while trying to save the lives of others. >> put anytime a nutshell, i think he was, he was a person who served this community with integrity, served with his whole life. i think he meant hope to this community. >> the two other victims who were killed will likely be identified on monday. now the big question is motive, why did robert lewis dear kill
three people and injury nine others according to authorities. this weekend they've been searching his trailer in nearby park county kb colorado looking for clues. keep in mind that dear is in custody. now there are multiple roorts out that he's been telling investigators quote no more baby parts in part of a rambling interview that seems to reference the controversy surrounding planned parenthood. we've learned that he lived in a cabin in north carolina that did not have electricity or water. we've also learned that he had past arrests in south carolina for domestic violence and animal cruelty. neighbors said he never spoke about religion or abortion and that he kept to himself. he's said to be appear in court for the first time tomorrow. >> you heard there are two other people who have been killed. we don't know anything about them but when we find out we'll tell you. a slow moving storm now
blamed for 14 deaths in the central part of the country. rising flood waters killing people in texas, eight people. and a coat of ice in kansas causing eight crashes. >> ice covering most of the state, 80,000 people in the dark without power. >> this is why it's so important to have a generator. imagine how cold it is there, you have an ice storm and have no power, makes for dangerous conditions. we're watching this as kind of the storm, the jet stream has been bringing in the moisture, even some moisture from a hurricane off the gulf of mexico. but that moisture overriding the cold air brought this ice storm for the last couple of days and this morning it's in kansas and missouri and parts of iowa. i think the icing begins to diminish this afternoon as the day warms up, which will be good news. but we're going to watch another piece of energy here and it's
going to become a snowstorm across the central plains tonight, tomorrow and tuesday. the rain stays in, kind of a gloomy week, at least a gloomy couple of days across east texas. tomorrow a lot of snow across nebraska and that pulls to the north for the day on tuesday. some sports are certainly going to see a foot of snow by the time this is all done. i want to show you the temperatures for the next couple of days. we start to warm up. tomorrow you're back to 50 in amarillo, 55 in dallas. that is going to be good news for all of the icing there. we're into the 40s by wednesday or so across parts of places like kansas city. it's going to warm up a little bit and going to help pu by they have a lot of repair that they're going to be doing. >> pretty tough, really. >> very rough on them. >> thanks. >> you bet. we just spoke to one of the 100 african american ministers who will be meeting with donald trump tomorrow at the trump tower here in new york city. his name is pastor mark burns. he's a trump supporter. not all of the other 99 are.
we asked him a question based on allegations you've been hearing from democrats, including one on the show yesterday that these black ministers have been paid by the trump campaign in order to endorse him. here is his response. >> donald trump hasn't paid or even asked his company, his administration, that is preposterous to think that we're being paid. there are no judists that are selling out the black race that many have stated just for some 30 pieces of silver. no. we're there because we met the man, those of us who have met, like the doctor who's led the coalition of african american ministers, those who are met him and fallen in love with the character of donald trump. >> and pastor burns says this is not an endorsement for all 100 who are going to be there. they want to meet with donald trump and what's his take on profiling, how does he plan to
get people all of welfare. and the pastor says that african americans don't have concerns that only affect their community. they care about the community of the united states as a whole, of course take a look at what happened in florida yesterday in sarasota. look at this, donald trump said look, i'm leading right now in florida. jeb bush's back yard. >> we're leading in florida against the sitting senator, right? sitting senator. [ chanting "trump" ]. >> but think of this. we're leading against an ex-governor. bush. by the way, because we have so many things to talk about, i want to say up front right now,
second amendment 100%. remember it. remember it. remember it. common core out, common core out. second amendment up, up, up. >> as usual, it was quite a spectacle, 12,000 people pack in there. there was even an elephant there, not just for mascot purposes but in florida, you knew this, that ringling brothers actually has a training facility there. >> it's their winter headquarters. has been for a hundred years. >> here's what i find amazing. everyone that lives in washington believes that trump will go away at a certain point. we're two months from the first voting in this contest and trump is not just leading in states that matter like florida and south carolina but leading by a wide margin. if he's going to start losing, he needs to actually start losing and he's not. you could look at a trump nomination.
i have no idea what's going to happen but this is suddenly looking very real. and by the way if he is the nominee, i'm hardly endorsing him, he'll get a higher percentage of the african american vote and latino vote than mitt romney got. >> it seems to suggest that there's a panic right now in the gop. >> it doesn't suggest, it proves. there is absolutely panic, yes n. >> they're saying this is legitimate and there is panic in the ranks right now. we're going to talk to chris wallace about all of that and more. >> the big meeting trump and the 100 pastors is tomorrow. the fox news alert, a police officer many pennsylvania shot and killed overnight responding to a dplik domestic disturbance. now the man accused of shooting him was arrested. he ran into the woods after the shooting. st. clair township police officer lloyd reid died at the
hospital. a 25-year veteran with the force. without with the old and in with the new. the nsa's bulk collection of our phone records ended at 12:01 a.m. this morning. the new program in place will only allow feds to gather surveillance on suspected terrorists if they check with the phone company first. they'll not be allowed to keep the phone records on file. a midair scare on an american airlines flight. something shattered the windshield an hour after takeoff. all 183 passengers were safe. no word on if this was a bird strike or something else. parishioners at a new york city church going public with the intentions to adopt the so-called miracle baby. members saying they would love to see him stay. the custodian found the 5-pound baby last wednesday. the baby is in custody of child welfare authorities while the application process is underway.
grandparents frustrated that their kids won't pick up the phone and call them saying hey, grand mom, i want to talk to you. >> but they might text them back. >> a nonprofit in atlanta has started training grandparents to text their kids. this is way they're communicating. >> so let me reassure you at home, if you're suspicious of technology, you should be. but texting actually does bring people together. it's good. learn it if you don't do it. >> facebook is bad. >> facebook is a disaster. >> it can bring people together too. >> texting you can talk to your children, your grandchildren. really quickly they'll respond. it's awesome. worth learning. >> instant gratification. a facebook post from care line, we don't laugh at your spelling, better not laugh at our texting. >> i do like texting grandkids. it's a great way to text them
love notes. >> katherine from florida writes this, texting is great but there's nothing like the sound of your kids' and grandkids' voices if you live far apart. >> and doing face time. that's a great way to do it. the face time, they live across the country. >> that's a great gift you can give your grandparents is a smartphone and teach them how to use it. bond with them. >> plus the department of homeland security wants to see your face when they're monitoring you. >> oh boy. >> he's also the most cynical. >> should we use smoke signals inside. hello, grandma. to the presidential race now. ben carson makes a surprise visit to skbror dan to meet with refugees with in a refugee camp there. his conclusion, they don't want to come to america is he right? fox news host chris wallace joins us next. you thought your selfies were good? i bet they don't have a bald eagle in them.
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so that veterans who have committed to put their lives at risk to protect this country have a home in this country. presidential candidate dr. ben carson is in jordan right now visiting refugees, syrian refugees in the camps. he now says the refugees have no interest many coming here to the u.s. is he right about that and will this trip help build his foreign policy bonn fee deese? we ask chris wallace who jones us from washington. call me skeptical but what percentage of syrian refugees would move here if they could? >> as opposed to being in refugee camps in jordan, i would
think 100% would like to be in the country. not to say whether or not ben carson's idea is the right solution or not. what he's saying is this where they live, the middle east, keep them in the camps, find safe havens for them, give them western support. but let's face it, this is primarily about ben carson who has been under fire in the wake of the attack in paris on the focus of foreign national security trying to show hae has some foreign relations chops, that he's fit to be commander in chief. last week on fox news sunday rush limbaugh, who is very praise wore think about ben carson said he doubted that he was ready to be commander in chief. this is ben carson trying to show that he is ready. >> he mentioned that he has a learning curve and we all have learning curve. but with global terror front and center, how concerned is their
campaign? carson's long term business manager said i'd say he's 75% of the way when talking about his foreign policy grasp. how concerned are they with? >> they're very concerned. there was an unfortunate article for the carson campaign in the "the new york times" last week in which another adviser, former cia operative said we keep trying to brief him and he doesn't seem to absorb the information. then the campaign had to push away from him and say well he's not really a very important adviser. 75% isn't going to get you there. we're facing an existential threat of terror around the world with isis. we saw what they did in paris with just a half dozen operatives. so the idea that somebody we're going to elect as commander in chief in a year is not fully prepared to be commander in
chief, it's going to be a tough road. and you can see anytime the polls. he's dropped in iowa, dropped nationally. and i don't know that this trip makes a lot of difference. look, he's going to come back, he's going to be in debates, he's going to have to do interviews. if he seems for fluent on foreign policy, he'll be fine. if he isn't, he'll be in serious trouble. >> terror and national security are tops on fox news this morning. who are you guests? >> we're going to talk about domestic terror, we still don't know the full motive, but the attack on the planned parenthood in colorado. going to be talking to carly fiorina. interested to see what she will say because she's been a critic of the planned parenthood. it will be interesting to see show he reacts. and then we're going to talk --
the bulk data collection program where they hoover up, vacuum up all of the phone records, not the content but the phone records of americans, that ended at midnight today while we're in the midst of a worldwide terror alert. we'll talk to the chairman of the house, rath the senator intelligence committee, get his sense of what that's going to do. >> fox news sunday starts in a few minutes. thanks, chris. >> as critic called him america's worst politician. >> the republican health care plan is there. die quickly. >> he's alan grayson of florida and this morning he's back with a plan to take out one of the most popular republican candidates for president. but du she have a point. and it's story that director quentin tarantino has been
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get the coffee pot fired up and some quick political headlines for you. governor chris christie getting a boost. the new hampshire union leader endorsing the presidential candidate saying he has the type of experience that the nation desperately needs. and remember the man once called america's worst politician after he said republicans want you to die quickly? well congressman alan grayson is threatening a lawsuit if senator
ted cruz wins the nomination. he says that cruz is unqualified because he was born in canada. cruz said he was born to an american mother in calgary which in fact grants him citizenship. well tomorrow on the fox business network, it's the big hit of course. if you vn seen it, you're missing out, called "strange inheritance." we meet the daughter of a holocaust survivor that inherits a diary that sends her on a thrilling journey. watch. >> when my father died my mother had a little diary with my name on it. the more i learned about him, it sort of drove me to rescue him from on security. >> jamey colby is the host of "strange inheritance" on our sister network, joining us now. >> we've brought you whacky and weird but this is one you have to see and share. this woman as a young girl knew
that her father had been in a death camp by the nazis and survived by being a painter. he painted portraits of the higher ranking nazis. what she didn't know is that the art, mostly which was looted by the senate zis had been scattered all over. when her father dies she gives the mother a diary. the mother dies, she gives it to marion and she finds clues to find her father's art from absecurity from the nazis. it went with her to the holocaust museum in washington, d.c. she's spent her life finding what she can of her farther's. it's an incredible story. what it teaches is us that we can sometimes learn more about ourselves through those that we've lost and loved. that's the premise really of "strange inheritance". >> and you also had a chance,
when you were talking with her -- i think you have a clip. >> when we went to the museum and i got to see the art face to face, she has some in her home, but my jaw dropped when i saw how in later years he showed what he had experienced. because he didn't want those memory to die. look at some of the art and listen to what marion tells me about what's at the museum in washington. >> this is a particularly disturbing drawing for me, leg cushion by choice. >> people had been dehumanized, tortured, they could no longer think and this was a better option. >> why do you think your father didn't make that choice? >> he had to live so that he could show the scenes that he witnessed. that was the powerful reason for his survival. >> going to be an emotional episode. >> so at 9:00 tonight and then at 9:30, an episode about marion a daughter and then a son who
learns for the first time that his father in his 90s is able to express that he's proud of hum, he loves him. this is thanksgiving weekend, the weekend we give thanks. >> that is deep. this sounds fantastic. >> i told you this was not an amusement park night for "strange inheritances request. but we had those airing on thanksgiving day. i think everyone enjoyed those. now we're in season 2. good to see you guy zbloos they're supposed to keep our airports safe so how did dozens of airport workers end up on a terror watch list. we'll tell you where that happened. did you know how to keep all of the needles from falling off your new christmas tree? we'll tell you how to keep it green throughout the new year even. ♪
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president obama heads to paris this morning to finalize a global climate change deal with dozens of world leaders. but it's expected to be met with challenges. republicans vowing to block the funding for the event. >> molly joins us live from washington, d.c. with more on this trip. good morning. >> good morning to you all. deal that the president wants. he want this to be part of his
legacy, some type of international agreement on climate change. but senate republicans insist that he has to run any kind of deal by before committing the u.s. economy or taxpayer dollars to this project. the president will leave later today to join other world leaders for global warming talks outside of paris. he already has pledged $3 billion to the united nations green climate fund. money that will go to developing nations to help them reduce carbon emissions. but some senators say he's not going to get the money out of congress if he does not come to the senate to approve any deal. wyoming gop senator told "the wall street journal" last week in an editorial, quote, developing nations are eager to accept this cash, which in theory they will use to address the effects of extreme weather. it seems more likely that the money will end up in the pockets of government officials in africa, asia and elsewhere. the envoys in paris should
understand congress does not understand the president's $3 billion promise. but the obama administration says the green climate fund and u.s. financial support for it is a clear priority for the president. and the president said last week, after meeting with the french president, that this deal will send a quote powerful rebuke to the terrorists showing that the world quote stands as one on this issue. back to you all in new york. >> thank you so much. yeah, in particular, the power producing states are throwing their hands up, is this going to hurt the economy, who is going to pay for it. your priorities are out of line. >> beyond that is a powerful rebuke. they sl beheadings we have solar panels. if you want to fight isis there's no question that green energy is the way to do it. >> also taxpayers. >> it's insane. >> work their tails off, americans pay so much in taxes and then to have their money handed over to african countries so they can embrace climate change --
>> there's only one reason life expectancy is more than it was years ago, cheep energy. it equals civilization. we're so sout of touch with that fact. >> and the president saying we're not going to let the terrorist win and we're going on with wour plans. why are you focusing on this when we have isis trying to kill all of person culture. civilization as we know it. 35 minutes after the hour, director quinton tarantino in hot water calling cops murderers. now a new crisis on his stand. a story he's been telling for years may have been fabricated from the very start. >> back when i was in my 20s and broke, i was a little scared of the cops. i'd have like $1500 warrants on me and i make $10,000 a year so i would get stopped and have to do eight days in county jail. >> according to the new york
post, the l.a. county sheriff's department has no record of him being booked into the jail. his only brush with the law, a smile fine for driving without a license. a stunning report finds 57 floi eyes at charles de gaulle airport in paris are on a terror report list. questions are also being raised about radicalism for bus, and railroad workers. and an attempted fitime turd deadly. the man climbed into a chimney but got stuck. an unsuspected resident returned home, lit a fire in his fireplace and later decided to call 911 after hearing screams. well the rescue teams used jackhammer to reach the man but
it was too late. they're still trying to figure out his identity. the selfie of the year kuscy of our neighbors up north. napping the picture of a bald eagle they rescued from a trap in canada. they stumbled upon the bird while they were hunting. they did manage to untangle him allowing him the freedom to fly back to america. those are your headlines. rick is standing by with the report from the national world. >> hey. we have great guests out here from arkansas, ft. smoth, welcome. >> thank you. >> and you were just in the macy's parade. >> yes, sir. >> you ushered in santa claus. >> i stur did. >> how exciting. >> i was so much fun, being the first time to new york. >> oh my gosh. congratulatio congratulations. how was santa, was he cool? >> of course. >> let's talk a little weather out there this morning.
we have some troubles across parts of the central area of the country and the big travel day, the end of the long weekend. we're going to have a little trouble across the central part of the country, the same storm playi playi playing plagues us for the last couple of days will continue. across the northeast today, a chilly day, certainly much chillier than yesterday, a little shower activity across the mid atlantic. down the southeast in the southern plains, the southeast another mild day. however you see that rain that's going to plague the area and will continue to be with us for much of the day today. into the morning plains, that's where we had the ice across nebraska, across kansas, iowa, missouri, that should taper off this afternoon. then the snow comes tomorrow. and then finally out across the west, little leftover mountain snow in the rockies. a cool one for that area. >> are you one of those people who always ops for a fake christmas tree because you don't want to take care of a real one?
>> you are. i know you are. ♪ >> i have killed it. oh, everything i touch get ruined. >> well here to make sure that doesn't happen to your tree is tyler cooper and briel millman, founders of tyler's trees. welcome, guys. we talked last time about how to find the perfect tree. now we want to know how to take care of your tree. >> a couple of things you can do to keep your tree fresh and keep it all the way through christmas. these trees are super thirsty. when we do our trees we give it a fresh cut, half inch at the bottom of the tree. >> before you pack it into the car -- >> ask for a fresh cut half inch on the bottom. we always suggest the first pour of water is hot to break up the sap in the bottom of the tree.
room temperature after that. >> boiling? >> just hot. break up the sap at the bottom. >> this looks like something from college. but this is a -- >> your college. >> i don't know what college you want to. >> this is like a funnel. >> so what you do is you put excite the middle of the tree, straight into right here into the bowl and then that way you can just put the water in without bending over. >> sap all over you. >> you avoid the sapp. open if you have hardwood floors, you're not going to get water all over the floor. make sure the tree is nice and watered. >> let's talk about the cut. keep it straight. >> you don't need a v, just a pierced straight cut half inch thick. >> you see sometimes people do a cross on the bottom. that's only to get more surface area. the more sur faface area, the m it's going to drink the water.
we've actually seen companies that have automatic waters where they drill straight in. it's kind of like an id for christmas trees. >> how often are we watering this. you say check the stand daily. >> keep it full. you can never give it too much water. we joked that the tree had too much eggnog last night. they're super thirsty all of the time. keep the base full of water. >> you asked for commentsance e-mails that we received. glen in new jersey writes this, if i'm not home to add water what do i do if the base goes dry? there's a couple of solutions you can do. one that we love is they have these state presents which is two gallons of water and it will automatically replenish the basin. >> like a cat water feeder? >> exactly. >> looks like a fake present so it's not unattractive under the tree. >> diane in new york, do sugar and aspirin in the water help to
prolong the life of your tree? >> get a fresh tree. you can tell my checking the needles. these trees live in the wild. it's not like the farmers are putting an aspirin here. we go all natural and do straight water. >> but the aspirin will prevent a heart attack of your tree. >> absolutely. >> go to your website this morning or on facebook and you can continue to ask them questions. they're going to be in the green room. >> back to you inside. >> christmas is a almost here. 42 minutes after the year. every christmas america honors or fallen heroes by laying wreaths on the graves at arlington. how you can make sure the graves aren't bear this year. the campaign focused on the holiday message. we'll tell you where it is and how you can join. ♪ jeb bush: here's the truth you will not hear
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chris stone, great to see you this morning. >> good morning. >> this is the opposite of a boycott. you're encouraging people to buy products that meet your standards nlt it's rewarding people for doing things that are valuable to the community. a buycott has a negative connotation. this is using marketplace leverage as so many other groups are to encourage businesses to engage with faith driven consumers.
>> companies who don't strip the faith from the christmas season are ones that christians ought to b to buy. >> and how they engage consumers throughout the year. it's a year-round thing which we' now focusing on christmas. >> what are the criteria? >> it's smply how you engage. are you openly engaging faith driven consumers in the marketplace whab are your hr policies, public policies. fill land tro pi. there's a whole range of things that we've used to really identified companies that are doing it well and still have room for improvement. >> i think a lot of you are thinking they disagree with the way that the country is going and the way the company responded to the social changes. we've got a list of the steps people believe what you're saying can take. first, sign the petition to engage brands to show support, recute family to do the same.
what does it mean to engage brands to show support? >> we've made it very easy. people who come to the website christmas buycott. you have a list of brands you can reach out to. you can say thank you for what you're doing or encourage people to do a better job. just a simple click of the button. it's transparent and easy for people to engage all kinds of brands within our list of over 300 companies. >> so some of the brands that you have gotten behind, dunkin' donuts, u.p.s., why for example hilton over marriott? >> well we evaluated the companies on a number of criteria. we did anytime a very scientific fashion. we gave them an opportunity as brands to speak whoa into the stur survey, the faith equality index. and the net of that is some scored better. some are engaging better than others. what we find is that most companies have not given faith driven consumer, even though it's 41 million people, 17% of
the population that spend $2 trillion, this is a new idea for most companies. we're helping them to a better job as other communities have before us. >> interesting. as other kpunts have before you. so you're saying that the christian consumers haven't been an effective lobby up to this point. >> they haven't been active. look at the human rights campaign, the advocates for the lgbt community. they have 366 companies who have a perfect score on their index. so we are really playing catchup as a community. it's not in our nature as christians to be advocates or to be activists and we're trying to give people a positive way to go about that through the buycott. >> that's really interesting. good luck. >> thank you. up next, america honors its fallen veterans by laying wreaths at arlington national
hi, friends, and good morning. it's a simple gesture aimed at honoring their sacrifice each and every year. christmas wreaths placed at the headstone in arlington national cemetery. thousands could be left bear. donations are drying up and we're heading into december, nearly half a million dollars short. wayne hanssen, chairman of the board for wreaths across america, joins me now. thank you for being with us. >> thank you for having me. >> the organization has been at it since 1992. it takes 220,000, nearly that amount of wreaths, to be on every single eligible headstone.
why is it so important our viewers get involved and help you out this year? >> well, arlington -- i consider arlington to be our nation's cemetery. we have veterans buried at arlington from every state. these are local heroes that are actually buried at arlington and not in local cemeteries. arlington buries 25 to 30 people a day at arlington, so the number always grows. last year we placed -- we were, for the first time, able to place a wreath on every eligible marker at arlington, but if the trend continues, we will be short, even though we're growing nationally, we will be short at arlington about 30,000 wreaths. >> 30,000 short, wow. how can our viewers get involved? >> well, they can -- a lot of people think the government does this. we receive no government funding. our wreaths are paid for by individual sponsorships and donations. sponsorship for a wreath is $15.
we look to corporations to help us. they can go on our website and sponsor a wreath or two to help us meet this goal. >> over the years while you've been out there placing the wreaths at the grave sites of our nation's heroes, have you had an experience you see a family member visit a family member they lost and haven't had a wreath? >> i have. a few years ago -- last year, as i said, was the first year in 24 years we were able to cover all of arlington. prior to that the seam tear would assign us sections to cover with the wreath. that would leave some sections bare. and a few years ago in one of the sections that was not supposed to be covered some of our volunteers, and we have thousands of volunteers that come to help us, they placed several dozens wreaths in this one section. we don't go back to that section and pick up those wreaths because they weren't assigned in that section, but they're still
honoring a veteran, so we left them there. i happened to be walking by carrying a wreath, a special request wreath, where someone has made a donation and lives in california or out of the area and asked us to make sure that their loved one received a wreath. i was walking through this one section and i had the wreath in my hand and there was a gentleman standing there and he said, excuse me, what are all these wreaths? so i stopped and told him about our wreaths across america and our mission to remember, honor and teach and to thank our veterans for their sacrifices. he looked down and said, what about my son? and as i looked down, the people had put wreaths down on that row. they ended right where his son's marker was and his son didn't have a wreath, and it really hit me hard. that's why we fight every day now to make sure somebody else doesn't come in and ask about what about my son? what about my father? >> exactly and it was super easy. you just have to go to your website
wreathsacrossamerica.org. they're about $15. for our generous "fox and friends" viewers for that person you don't know what to get them, this is a great thing, a great stocking stuffer, $15. wayne, thank you for your time and what you're doing. have a great day. this storm promises to be the biggest. campbell's soups go great with a cold and a nice red. made for real, real life.
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we're tracking what's ahead this holiday weekend. >> and donald trump goes after jeb bush and marco rubio in their own backyard. >> the sitting senator, we're leading against the next governor. >> but that's not the only thing that got trump's sold out crowd fired up. "fox and friends" hour four starts right now. ♪ rocking around the christmas tree ♪ ♪ at the christmas party hop >> a wind storm on the plaza knocked down some of our forest. >> i know that's not the scene of a horror movie. >> we're going to be competing in a little bit actually to see who can cut through those trees the quickest and decorate them. a little christmas tree competition. our friends from the tree farm here to show us how to pick the perfect christmas tree.
>> what'll whistle while we work to christmas carols. see how fast we can go. >> take your tour of a wood lot. we start with a fox news alert this morning. chilly details emerging in the colorado springs shooting we saw two days ago. three people died including officer garrett swasey. that all happened when the alleged gunman 57-year-old robert dear stormed the clinic. he's described as an odd ball and a loner. >> he lived off the grid, drifting between cabins in an suv. a potential motive, friends and family are mourning the loss of a fallen hero, father, and church leader gathering at a candlelight vigil. >> i think he was a person who served this community with integrity, served with his whole life. i think he brought hope. >> he was a former figure skating champion.
those who knew him said he stood for american justice, the flag and his faith. >> always, always putting someone else first. not surprised that's the career path he took. >> and also a new page raising funds for swasey's family and his two children's education. >> at least 14 people dead after a slow moving storm passing through the central part of the country. eight people killed. at least six fatal crashes. >> and in icy oklahoma, trees and power lines littered the streets. 80,000 people left in the dark. >> there's a lot going on in the center of the country. rick has been tracking severe thunderstorms as millions head home on this the busiest travel day of the year. rick? >> obviously the travel is a big problem for us and all the power
outages and now it's cold. you can see the temperatures here in the 30s and 40s all across parts of the central plains here go just to the west of this and that's where we've been seeing that freezing rain, freezing temperatures on the surface. rain falling from above. take a look at the video coming from oklahoma. gives you an idea how damaging this can be. you see the tree falling. heavier when you get snow and a little bit of wind. it just takes it down and brings the power out with it. really dangerous conditions. such a slow moving storm, about two days of this icing as this has been the general pattern. now the icing moving in across parts of kansas and throughout the northwestern parts of missouri and iowa. this is going to be kind of the bull's eye for today although i think by the afternoon it will warm up enough that it's going to be more rain instead of the icing. then we start to watch another piece of energy tonight and it's going to start to bring us
significant snow across nebraska. all of this build in with snow and we'll see spots of one foot, maybe a little bit more of snow across some of those areas and then also continuing to see heavy rain in the south. obviously the coasts, both of them, looking good for travel today. the trouble spot, again, right in the central part of the country. >> what a shame. >> and it was a six-hour drive on route 95 for people coming down post-thanksgiving. that's with no weather. >> too many people on the road. five minutes after the hour. other stories making headlines. a police officer in pennsylvania shot and killed overnight after respond to going to a domestic . ray shelter just arrested after a six-hour manhunt. he ran into the woods after the shooting.
lloyd reid died. he was a 25-year veteran of the force. >> moments ago pope francis tours a refugee camp in the central african republic as part of the last leg of his african tour. the uppontiff was brought to a country torn apart by christians and muslims. deliver a message of peace and reconciliation before they hold elections last month. a dog missing more than a year proving to be one tough cookie. >> the maryland pup is reunited with his owners, they say he likely got into the drain drew a nearby construction site. thrilling last play from stanford. a field goal helped push them past notre dame.
one of the most dramatic wins in their history. the fighting irish will now finish the regular season 10-2. those are your headlines. >> those are your headlines and now the latest in the presidential race. donald trump, a front-runner in many polls, nationally and in some key states, is meeting tomorrow at the trump tower with 100 black pastors. one of them, pastor mark burns from south carolina, joined us earlier in the show he to respond to allegations from some democrats that these pastors have been paid in order to support donald trump. here is his support. >> donald trump hasn't paid his company, his administration. that is preposterous to think we're being paid. no, we are there because we met the man. darrell scott has led this co-lags of african-american ministers across the country. those who have met him and
fallen in love with the character of donald trump. >> this is a meeting not an endorsement. will he get an endorsement? we'll wait and see. that meeting tomorrow. what mark burns is saying they want to ask him questions like what's your take on profiling? we want to hear this from you and not the media. how do you plan to get people off welfare and black people are open-minded and care about the welfare of the entire united states. >> you saw huge crowds down in florida. donald trump down there yesterday in marco rubio's backyard. look at these pictures on twitter. five blocks people were describes the lines wrapped around five blocks in order to get into the arena down there in saraso sarasota. sold-out crowds. 12,000 people reportedly inside this arena. donald trump says he's leading in florida. listen. >> we're leading in florida against a sitting senator. a sitting senator. >> trump!
trump! trump! trump! trump! >> thank you. but think of this. we're leading against an ex-governor, bush. by the way, we have so many things to talk about i want to say it up front right now, the second amendment 100%. re common core out. second amendment up, up, up. >> you can laugh all you want but he's right, he's right about his poll numbers in florida, which is the key state in any presidential election especially now, he's beating the state's most popular governor of the modern era, jeb bush, and its current sitting senator by huge margins. >> and it's so important if republicans lose florida they pretty much lose -- >> you have to win florida. so the people in washington, the republican party, i'm not taking sides sincerely, but they from
the beginning have written trump off as a joke who will go away, evaporate or do something appalli appalling. that hasn't happened. he's winning by a bigger margin now than three months ago. this is real. >> his tough talk and different approach to politics. you remember in iowa at the state fair, where is donald t m trump? and then here comes this helicopter with trump on the side. he has the helicopter giving rides to kids. in sarasota, florida, where the ringling brothers have some sort of training facility or headquarters or something. >> and they're retiring those elements. the ringling brothers retired those elephants. meanwhile, did you hear about this story, this was the traffic cop -- you've probably seen his videos have gone viral of him up in providence, rhode island. he's the dancing cop. you see him at the holidays bringing cheer to folks during the holiday season in providence. well, he's out on the job right now because he stood up for some
other police officers who received a black lives matter message on their dunkin' donuts cup. there it is, the picture of the black lives matter hash tag written out by an employee at a dunkin' donuts. he spoke out and said blue lives matter. well, the police department responded and let him out of a job. >> here he is. >> i knew that would have happened but my mission was to have all the street cops -- because i'm worried about the street cops -- black lives matter is an organization that has some individuals -- some individuals -- that advocate harm to police officers, and that was my concern. >> and he just rallied a few people, eight people who were even in the protest. he had just a handful of followers on facebook. now he has thousands.
the providence police department had this to say about why they weren't going to rehire him this year. he was not authorized to speak on behalf of the providence police department and his actions were a disservice to the department and members of the providence community. but the silver lining of the story we are still going to see his lovely dance moves. he's going to be dancing in east providence, which is not too far away. >> it's next door and it's a nice town. this is still an ominous story, though, because it's a reflection of the mandatory conformity we're all living under now. black lives matter marches into restaurants and screams at people on the basis of their skin color. if you pipe up and say that's wrong, you're fired. you're not allowed to disagree with these people. i mean the institutional left. no one is allowed to disagree on global warming, black lives matter, or you're attacked or fired. that's bad. that's not the american way actually. >> by the way, the employee of the dunkin' donuts wasn't fired,
according to mr. leore, she was re-assigned to another store. imagine going in and people are writing political messages on cups of your coffee. >> i think dunkin' donuts did apologize saying that we're committed to showing our appreciation and respect for all officers but the point you bring up about not being able to express your own values and beliefs -- >> i'm not defending police brutality but pem to express their political views. that's sacrosanct. >> addiction in america taking center stage in new hampshire as th that state is battling hundreds of deaths. a plan for how to fight it next. >> and we've heard mary poppins' super sweet advice, of course. ♪ a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down ♪ ♪ the medicine go down the medicine go down ♪ >> turns out sugar may also help your workout go down.
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>> now there's a bipartisan task force in the congress promoting cooperation between federal agencies and state governments to fight opiate addiction as we discuss addiction in america. congressman frank giunta of new hampshire. thank you for joining us this morning. >> my pleasure. thanks for having me. >> it's been a terrible scourge in your state, maine, and rural america, opiate addiction and the deaths that result. what is the first thing lawmakers can do to fight this? >> well, we've had a doubling of overdoses, addiction and deaths and here in new hampshire it's been even worse. so what i have done is created the congressional task force. we have 40 members of congress and the purpose of that is to not just inform and educate members of congress on the problems not just here in new england but nationally. we have filed the stop abuse act which redirects the resources, financial federal resources to
better attack the challenges of abuse but also the criminal side of this issue. >> speaking of criminal side you heard jeb bush say it, so many heroin addicts began on prescription drugs. some are not responsible and they're on the market because they've been overprescribed. what's the law enforcement response to those ifphysicians? >> there are people, unfortunately, tucker, who get a legal prescription who then get addicted to it and then go to an opiate or heroin as a result of no longer being able to obtain that original prescription. those doctors need to be reeled in as part of the stop abuse act, as a better coordinated effort to ensure they aren't doctor shopping and doctors aren't overprescribing. that's part of the problem here but on the criminal side we also have to go after the individuals who are selling heroin this heroin is coming from mexico. we talk about border security in
terms of immigration. we also need to remind ourselves that the majority of heroin is coming from mexico, across the southern border into the united states, into massachusetts and up into northern new england. that's something that our stop abuse act also addresses. >> congressman, unfortunately, we're out of time. we have so little time. give us a sense how big a problem this is in your state, new hampshire. >> in new hampshire we've had 295 deaths, heroin-related deaths so far just this year and we're only into november. we've had a doubling of the deaths over the last decade as well as a doubling of the narcan use, doubling of admissions. 90,000 arrests for heroin and opiate abuse. this is an epidemic in new hampshire and an epidemic across the country. >> unbelievable. such a small state, too. thanks for joining us this morning. we appreciate it. >> thank you. up next chicago schools creating lesson plans on laquan mcdonald's shooting after authorities release this had dramatic dash cam video.
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anxiety if there's a dog in the home. 12% of children with dogs met the threshold requirements for anxiety as opposed to 21% who were poochless. over to you. >> poochless. thank you. chicago public schools offering lesson plans on laquan mcda mcdonald's shooting. school officials say they're getting ready for the fallout from that video, but should this be something that is covered in schools? here to weigh in is an attorney and psychotherapist. nice to see both of you this morning. is this something teachers should be teaching in chicago schools? >> i think it's very important, and i think it's a good idea because it's an educated platform to discuss such serious social issues. in schools, depending on the grade, they do discuss current events and i feel that being that the children will have a more levelheaded, educated discussion. there's less chance for them to
be taught hatred or to think every cop is bad or every black person is a criminal. i think this is great. >> they have handed out a tool kit for teachers. they know this will be talked about. >> so schools have to be prepared because most stuff happening in the community makes its way into the school district. i did look into the tool kit. one of the things that's going to be in the tool kit is in order to avoid further perfe perpetuation. they will be talking about that, eradicating the vilification, i'm fine with that. if it will create indoctrination, i have a problem with that. >> that can't sit well with you.
here is a statement students are being asked to respond to. laquan mcdonald, an african-american male, was shot 16 times and killed by officer van dyke. you're asked then to write a response to that statement. students are being asked to do that. >> i think it's a good idea. we get to allow them to express themselves because i'm sure i have a soon-to-be 13-year-old daughter and she asked questions about the stuff she hears about shootings and things about police especially boeing her father is a police officer. mommy, why do so many people hate police officers? i think it's great to have that kind of open-ended response for them. >> is it okay for teachers to be doing this or something the guidance counselors -- you talk about at home. >> counselors are at school if kids are having a hard time and
grieving over certain circumstances. for teachers, i would like to see something along the lines of 2,700 shootings in chicago in 2015, 12,000 police officers. of those 2,700 shootings, police officers save such and such lives. we hear about one terrible incident but not all the people who are shot in the crime capital of the world. >> that's a good point. a deeper discussion about chicago, the crime capital of the country instead of this one particular instance. >> one thing that's important, too, i often speak at the schools where there's a panel, like someone in the field that comes in, an attorney and actual law enforcement officer. that may be better than having the teacher. the teacher is limited in their scope of expertise. >> and the onus isn't on them. great to see you that morning. >> great to see you, too. president obama heads to paris to talk climate change as hundreds of thousands of pr protesters march in the streets. the new video just ahead. and these firefighters have
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dressed up for you and the christmas season. >> it looks beautiful out there on sixth avenue heading up to central park. we'll be cutting some christmas trees in a few minutes, a little competition on our plaza. fall is drawing to a close. meteorologist winter begins on tuesday. that's the bad news. the good news is christmastime is here and we're going to celebrate. >> time to put up your decorations. down soet we call people who have had their decorations up all year, you don't have to put them up this year -- >> what do you call them? >> red necks. >> i thought you were going to call them smart. we're going to get right to this starting with president obama who is heading to paris this morning, 150 world leaders at the u.n. climate change summit hoping to strikeout a deal that would cost the united states billions of dollars to reduce emissions in developing nations. republicans warning the president not to commit u.s. money without putting it to a vote in congress first. hundreds of thousands of climate
change activists are taking part in global marches for action in paris. thousands of shoes were left behind at the place de la republique. look at these things, spiked baseball bates are showing up chained to poles throughout the city. police say they've shown up on poles, parking meters since thanksgiving morning. at least 27 have been found since then. the add-ons make them deadly weapons and creating them is a felony. and could this be the sign of sexism? are you kidding me? according to a new study the answer is yes. researchers gave more than 500 men an online study with statements like women are inferior to men, women want to keep men on a leash. out of every ten men who answered yes, seven had beards. researchers predict men grow beards to reinforce masculinity
and that may explain the study. >> come on. >> that's why i grow a beard is to reinforce my masculinity. >> because you're lazy. >> that's the real reason. aimed at honoring our veterans each christmas is growing dry. nearly a million dollars short. former u.s. army captain wayne hanson joined us earlier with how you can help. >> a lot of people think the government is doing this. we received no government funding. our wreaths are paid for by sponsorships and donations. a sponsorship is $15. reach down, down sponsor a wreath or two to help us meet this goal. >> it's only $15 per wreath. if you have somebody in your life that has everything in the world and, you know, you can't think of what to get them, get them this. you bought a $15 wreath for one of our fallen heroes. wreaths across america. we have a lot of generous
viewers out there. this is a great christmas present for people that you love. >> rick who has been seized by the christmas spirit. >> not me. we have a great crowd out enjoying the thanksgiving weekend in new york city, right? >> oh, yeah. >> it feels like winter here. your temperatures waking up this morning, you can see 37 right here. across the central part of the country is what has caused the problems this weekend. we're still going to see that. today in the northeast a chillier day than the last few. just be ready. most of it's down to the south not as heavy as the last few days. not as much of a flooding concern. more icing across parts of kansas. by the afternoon it turns into rain and the snow across nebraska. that snow will be later today. a little bit of snow left over across the rockies and a chilly day across much of the west. all right.
well, these firemen really know how to work a flame. today we are looking at them on our plaza. this is ray and this is your show. >> i'm happy your forecast finally sounds like wintertime. >> exactly. so, ray, tell us about your show that you have created and the charity that you're associated with. >> "firehouse kitchen" and i raise money for friends of firefighters. it's a 9/11-based charity. i raise money for local burn centers. "firehouse kitchen" is a show where we go across the kcountry i cook with firemen and they share their recipes. i'm not a chef. i'm retired fdny and it's the chemistry that we have while we're cooking because the firehouse kitchen is where
everything happens. and these three guys who have had -- i've had them on my show. i filmed 52 episodes. >> let's start with george. we'll do this. george, you're making pancakes. >> good morning. these are sweet potato pancakes, something you can have every day of the week. sweet potatoes, the standard recipe is pancake batter, mix in sweet potatoes. that's it. sometimes when we're doing this stuff and you wish it was smell-a-vision, this is one of them. they smell really good. >> are you the chef at your firehouse? >> i am. i'm also a firefighter but i get involved with -- it's hot. we've had a little trouble with the wind today. >> trying to throw me under the bus.
>> we have mike munoz. mike is a chef and he has his own catering stuff and i've had him on the show. i had to have him on the segment. >> what i have here is an invention called sole roll. it's like an egg roll only it's filled with mac and cheese this is a southern soul roll. inside, being that it's thanksgiving, we have cranberry sauce, stuffing, turkey, and sweet potatoes. >> like leftovers. >> give it a try. you have to have it with the soul sauce. >> i'm in. this is amazing. >> i like there's no cappage and carrots. this is what we want to eat. >> scott all the way from
heights town and what are you making for us? >> i have a smoky pork shank with creamy cheddar polenta with charred brussel sprouts with sea salt and olive oil. >> what? >> yes. >> something light. >> so basically i'll give you a quick demo. i already have my creamy cheddar polemta ready to go. i made my pork osso buco. and what i'll do i'll plate it up real quick. every day firehouse foods. >> this is beautiful. falling off the bone and going to finish it up real quick. a nice sample for you. we'll get that on there. >> all of this goes to a great cause. >> friends of firefighters in brooklyn. >> all right. people can find you online.
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i've been touched by the generosity of the americans who have written me letters and e-mails in recent weeks offering to open their homes to refugees fleeing isil. four centuries after the mayflower set sail, the world is still full of pilgrims. men and women who want nothing but a safer, better future for their families. what makes america america is we offer that chance. >> president obama and his thanksgiving address compared syrian refugees to pilgrims. what does father john think of these comments? he joins us now with this reaction. thank you for being with us. what did you make of it? he has a point. they were seeking liberty and prosperity. they are seeking those very safe things. of course there's a but. among the pilgrims there were not people trying to destroy the united states of america with
bombs through terror. yes, the president has a point. it's not the individual americans responsible for vetting them. it's not the individual citizens who are writing letters saying we're willing to take them into homes to make sure that those coming are coming for good purposes. >> the president is saying it's an act of christian charity. why is it by taking someone's money by force and giving it to a third party. do i get charity points? no. if they want to help refugees, you can volunteer money. why is it charity if it's done by force? >> it's the government's responsibility. to much will be given much is
expected as well. i think the government should look seriously at whether or not we can bring in refugees as well as other countries. i do think jordan, forkball, who is doing an amazing job, the country of jordan,bringing in refugees. they perhaps are in a better position. these people have been with us for two years. we have vetted them. i think the united states would do well to work together, to support jordan and other countries taking them in financially, setting up safe camps for them and bring in those vetted. >> where does the vatican come down? >> faith in general is always going to try to pick the side of those most in need.
let's reach out, be our brother's keeper but it's not the pope's job or bishops or priests or pastors' job to vet them. we're depending on the government to do that. >> if a church group settles refugees in the u.s. and puts them on public assistance, on welfare, why is that an act of christian charity? they're transferring the cost to taxpayers who have no say. >> not everyone who comes over is going to come on. i'm sure a lot of them would if given an opportunity. there is a natural right to emigrate. there's not an absolute right to immigrate into a country, immigration with an "i." it's the responsibility of the government to control at a sustainable level.
we depend on political leaders to keep us safe. >> which is why house republicans are proposed, a more stringent vetting process. i don't want them to come into my state. >> i get it. i also feel for those who are trying to flee from incredible danger. >> can you imagine? great to see you. coming up on the show heading out to the plaza to pick out a tree and light it up. the relay race. which of us will win? find out next. ♪ here comes santa claus here comes santa claus ♪ get fast-acting, long-lasting relief from heartburn with it neutralizes stomach acid and is the only product that forms a protective barrier that helps keep stomach acid in the stomach where it belongs. for fast-acting, long-lasting relief. try gaviscon®.
it is that time of year again. time to set up and decorate your christmas tree. >> and all morning long we have been giving you advice oneh÷ picking the perfect tree. >> now the rubber hits the road, the saw hits the tree. back with us, brian melman, founder of tyler's trees, the christmas tree experts. good morning. >> welcome back, you guys. let's reiterate some of the things we went through. we learned about the trees. the three-step process to finding the perfect tree. >> we use this tree here. >> step one, make sure the farmer opens up the tree. cut it open, pound it out a couple of times, shake it out,8 make sure no loose needles or branches and give it a good spin. >> shake it like a polaroid picture. look for any holes. >> all four sides should be perfect. >> all four sides. >> four sides perfect. >> make sure there is no holes. how many needles will fall off. you don't want any, really? >> not a lot.
there is regular needle loss from transportation, but the trick is, if you put your hand in, and squeeze tightly, if you have no needles -- >> let the needles adhere. that's terrific. we have a rely race of some kind. >> it is a surprise. basically what we're going to do, after this, you're going to be tyler tree certificate fide delivery people. after this, you can deliver your trees, all of our trees get online at tyler's trees. >> only cash tips, perfect. >> rick and i against tucker and anna. >> one person is going to saw the tree. once you're it is completo3e saw ed off, then you're going to put the tree in the stand. once that is secure, you're going to decorate them, the first team to do it wins. >> which -- >> anna and rick are sawing, and tucker and i are decorating. >> i don't want to be near -- want to do this one? want to be on this side? i see. >> countdown. countdown. >> and one, two, three.
>> there they go. >> i don't want to put my hand there. >> there they go. >> tree up. >> we're going to lose. >> i'm going to jump the gun and put the tree in. go for it, tuck. go for it. you got it. >> there we go, guys. >> all right. >> we won. >> right here. >> watch out, rick. watch out, rick. >> okay. >> perfect. >> perfect. come on, guys. >> all right. >> wrap this around the bottom. >> i need a plug. >> look at that. and anna, remember, never get caught up on details. this is a thematic -- >> decorations. >> decorations. >> all right. >> we have decorations. >> i'm standing here gloating. >> okay.
>> i think we got it. >> we have won. >> what makes you believe that? there is not a decoration on the tree. >> decorations are all over here. >> charlie brown. this is amazing. it is a countdown to decoration. >> after the break, we'll choose a winner. actually, i'll choose it right now. >> don't go anywhere, anybody. this holiday i can count on someone's kid mistaking me for santa. i'm so sorry. come on sweetie. it's okay. and knowing right when my packages arrive. introducing real-time delivery notifications. one more reason this is our season. whei just put in the namey, of my parents and my grandparents. and as soon as i did that, literally it was like you're getting 7, 9, 10, 15 leaves that are just popping up all over the place. yeah, it was amazing. just with a little bit of information, you can take leaps and bounds. it's an awesome experience.
♪ christmas tree o christmas tree ♪ >> as rendered by the glee cast. >> welcome back to "fox & friends." >> we lost. >> we didn't lose, anna. >> we haven't officially announced the winner yet, guys. who won our christmas tree decorating -- >> i think it is the team right here, congratulations, guys. >> good job.
good job. >> everybody gets a trophy? >> check out tyler's trees.com for all the kip tips and order christmas tree. >> bye, everybody. good morning. the fate of syrian refugees in the united states awaiting more action by congress. hi, everyone. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures" on this thanksgiving weekend. what will come of the bill in the senate right now? now that got a veto proof majority in the house. new york congressman peter king will join us momentarily. plus, france president hollande meeting with presidents obama and putin looking to ramp up support for the fight against isis. prominent author and columnist peggy noonan on which president is showing the most leadership following the attacks in paris. they're off, shoppers flooding stores,