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investigating the shooting as an act of terrorism. it would be the deadliest attack on mefrp soil since 9/11. the wife tashfeen malik pledged allegiance on line to isis. isis responding in a radio broadcast praising the two supporters but at the same time did not claim responsibility. the attorneys repreponderating the family of say-ed farook and tashfeen malik were blind sided that farook and his wife were capable of doing this. >> none. family members had any idea it was going to take place. they were shocked. they knew her as a sister-in-law. it was not an overly close relationship but not too distant. >> signs that the community is on edge.
ups facility shut down entirely after a driver noticed a package that was supposed to be delivered to the suspect's home. it turned out to be nothing suspicious. kristin fisher has reaction from the 2016 presidential candidates on. this and we begin with adam houseley who is live in california who is covering the story since the beginning. we heard about a possible raid near biechlt what can you tell us? >> reporter: yeah, julie, you mentioned the guns that were talked b. a r- 15 used by the killers back on tuesday. the authorities didn't believe it was given to them by an accomplice but someone bought them legally and going on theory and they were transferred over whether an illegal sale or lending them.
that's where the investigation is going now. we can tell you that the fbi has not arrested anyone in regard to the long weapons. they made a tactical entry in a home in river side, california. 35 miles from here and we were told by the photographer that they broke in through a garage door and can made the harsher entry because of what was inside. they didn't find anything beyond the norm so to speak. they didn't find bombs. it was a precaution. and at this hour, they insist to us that there are no other arrestses julie. >> what else have you learned? >> reporter: they told us and we believe something will be said about how the a r 15s were
taken or gots into the hands of the killers and they are are telling us about the international search. thousands of agents involved not only here locally. and they believe that the money trail leads outside of the united states. they are leaning toward the possibility that the two worked with or contacted with the better way of putting two terror organizations in the middle east. they will not tell us how deep the conducts were. probably because they don't know. they are looking in an avenue that tashfeen, the wife was connected to a mosque in pakistan that is radicalized and known for supporting attacks in pakistan. you can tell there is a lot of way withes the investigation going. there is a lot happening we don't know b. they felt like there was a terrorist angle to this. and there was behind the scenes verbiage between the administration and leadership of
the fbi. cullinate be not only the director but the regional director coming out and saying that this is a terrorist investigation, julie. >> before i let you gi heard about the the land lord that let the media in the town houn house. the sheriff was not happy coming and taking the land lord with them? >> reporter: we heard that and i didn't see it myself. the fbi called me directly. there is a lot of criticism about the way that happen yesterday. you can criticize obviously the way other folks and media went in and not us did certain things. the folks in the investigation told me point blank, we spent 24 hours and went through it inch by inch. and no reason to go back n. what
he did afterwards was up to him but this does not hurt the investigation one iota, julie. >> thank you, adam. fox news alert as we mentioned in the top of the hour, the white house announcing to the nation about the steps to keep americans safe and the investigation in the california attack and the fight against isis. the speech will happen tomorrow night and we'll have continuing coverage for and you stay with fox for the latest developments. and in the meantime president obama calling the san bernardino an act of terror. and the white house released the photofrom the president meeting with the security team in the situation room earlier today. meanwhile the fbi investigation rolls on and they are treating it as a act of terror and can looking into possible ties that
the suspects had to extremist over seas and now new reporting that the investigators will not be tiebl look at all of the telephone records of the suspects, even with a warrant, peter doocey continues our team coverage. what does the white house say will come out of that meeting first of all? and why is it that the telephone records they don't have full access to. >> reporter: the white house mentions terror and not work place violence. that is following a rare saturday sit down in the situation room with national security members all huddled around the president. the president's team highlighted information pointing to the perpetrators radicalized and the president affirmed that as of yet there is no indication that
they are part of a brarred terrorist cell. but because they were radical otherwised doesn't mean they were ordered to attack in california. they could have been inspire issed instead. >> see far we have no indication that killers are part of an organized larger group or a foreign part of a cell. there is no indication that they are are part of a network. i quickly add. it is early and we are working hard to understand and see far we don't see indications. >> reporter: but there are strong indication of terrorist relations. the couple was a supporter of isis. say-ed farook was xhupting with al-shabaab and newsfrunt and tashfeen malik pledged allegiance to isis as the
attacks were happening. the bureau can't touch what the nsa has on the couple going back five years. that is because the nsa mass surveillance program ended last week. that's that. investigators are able to get two years worth of records from the phone company but the picture of two somethings that met on line and got married and allegedly became terrorist is harder to piece together because of that law that changed last week, julie. >> all right. peter doocey, thank you. terr the campaign trail. the candidates are weigh nothing. gop candidates putting democrats on the defensive after the left calls for tougher gun laws. >> hillary clinton and bernie sanders said legislation is
needed to keep guns out of the wrong hands. >> others want to control who is entering our country. kristin, what are the republican candidates saying today. >> reporter: they are slamming the democratic counterparts for pushing gun control in the wake of a terrorist attack. it is not about controlling guns. listen to ted cruz and donald trump in iowa. >> it is precisely in a eran of radical terrorism that the second amendment is important and about the god- given right of every american to protect your home and life and children and family. >> no one has a gun but the scum and bad guys. they don't want to die. it is a hoax. they talk about tie dying. they are chicken [bleep], believe me. they don't want to die.
>> and strong language from donald trump who is 20 points ahead of his closest competutter out yesterday. that is a massive lead with 57 days to go until the iowa caucus. what are the democrats saying. they are united on this. they are calling for stricter gun laws. sanders said he supports expanding background checks and banning assault weapons. >> i support people's right with cultural heritage, but people don't go hunting with assault weapons. >> the president calls for strikeouter gun laws in the weekly address. >> it is entirely possible they were radical willized to commit terror and underscore the threat. the danger of people succumbbing
to viulent extremist. >> that is significant that he called it an act of terror. but he stopped short of saying radical islam. >> thank you. we are monitoring a situation coming out of east london. a man armed with a knife was arrested after a stabbing attack in a subway station. the suspect yelled this is for syria touring the attack. police used a tazer to subdew them. three people were hurt. one victim had serious injuries. and the suspect is in custody. and police are treating it as a terrorist incident. we'll keep you posted. >> new fears of possible terrorist attacks against our allies in europe.
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take up gun legislation on the floor any time soon. garrett? >> julie. >> both of those proposals, expanding background checks and prohibiting anyone from buying a gun. neither gained traction in the republican controlled congress. and the white house doesn't expect it to change. the administration will work on a plan, using the executive powers to enact some of the changes he's calling for. and this morning in the weekly address, the president continued the campaign for public support. >> right now, people on the flow fly list can walk in and buy a gun. that is insane. if you are too dangerous to board a plane, you are too dangerous by definition to buy a gun. congress needs to close the loop hole now.
>> executive action would face challenges. the supreme court is currently looking at the legality of the actions on immigration. ted cruz said in light of the recent attacks in the world, democrats should be more focused on-going after radical eslam. >> immediaty are action in the face of the terrorist attack they go after law- abiding citizens. you don't stop the bad guys by taking away our guns. >> the republicans will address one common theme, the issue of mental health. julie? >> the new york times pushing for tougher gun laws and today's front page article. the editorial piece reads in part. no right is unlimited and immune
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turkey if the troops don't leave to protect the country's sovereignty. >> in case the turkish forces department leave and hit by iraqi air force. it will be followed up by other is slammic countries. >> the prime minister in turkey said no one should misinterpret our help. we don't have eye on their country's soil. the turkey fight against terrorism and terrorist organizations. julie? >> thank you. >> new concerns that isis is preparing for air attacks on europe. they are using at least one flight simulator and small planes to train pilots in a air base in libya. they may be left over from the gaddafi regime. isis is operating unchecked in sirte. which is a short flight from
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>> it is time for top of the news. president obama planning to address the nation tomorrow night. this coming in to fox this evening. the white house confirming he will speak about the san bernardino shooting and terrorism and trite against isis. and breaking details about the investigation on the shooting suspects. and the reports of a new raid this weekend. and a neighbor may have purchased the assault weapons in the gruesome attack. adam has the latest. >> reporter: hi, julie, we got a chance to talk to the fbi
about the raid. but it was a tactical entry of a home in riverside, california. we have video. and our photographer was there. they broke in through the garage and door. they have no arrest made in regard are to the tactical entry and done as a precaution due to the circumstances of this case. they say no arrest but a lot of the operations like this that are going on not only here locally but around the globe. the president met with director comey and we know there is friction between the administration and comey and fbi over what to call this. it was an investigation in the ground. many on the ground said they felt it was a terrorist attack. and the president is going to speak about this. and people here are interested
and interested in what the president has to say. as the investigation goes, there is a lot of the leads. there is a lot from inside of the home. and fbi reported a couple of times, they are confident that they got everything out of the home. there was no reason to go back inside. they had to give it back to the owner. they have no worries that there is more evidence to be gotten and they are focusing on not only here locally. but saying that the money train leads outside of the united states. and tell me that they believe that these two had connections to terrorist organizations. it may be communication. but they tell me there was training involved and as you know, julie, they reported that tashfeen the wife was
potentially the one finished the radicalization of her husband and may have been the bomb maker and helping with the training. there was not only a lot domestically but in the country they are insuring that there are no more attacks to do with this case, julie. >> adam, thank you very much. and that's bringing us to the twitter question of the day. and do recent attacks change your opinion of the most important issue of the 2016 election and why? i will read your answers later on the fox report. >> tomorrow, an interview you don't want to miss. >> the texas congressman mike mccaul. and what it means for security in the home land.
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tower. it would underscore a threat and danger of people succumbbing to violent societies. this as we get new reports. the white allegedly pledged allegeance to isis during the attack. isis praised the supporters. and there was breaking news coming out of east london today and someone is in custody right now. three different victims were stabbed. we'll go on to twitter. and dew to possible attacks here
at home change your opinion of what is the most important issue of the election and why. yes, husband is recently laid-off. and now terror threat is the list. and rob writes, no it will always be about the economy. immigration and terrorism are top issues on the 2016 presidential election. this administration is out of touch. and justin davis tweeted no. it will happen no matter who is in office. that is a problem we will always face. tweet me at
good morning, everyone. it is sunday, december 6th. i'm juliet huddy in for anna kooiman. this is a fox news alert. president obama preparing to face the nation in a prime-time address. an unusual move by the president from the oval office tonight. he's going to be talking about terror and isis. but will he also use his speech to push gun control? >> and then overnight a brand-new raid tied to the san bernardino terror attacks. the feds storming the home of syed farook's childhood friend. what they found and what we just learned about the targets. and the new york daily news hitting a new low this morning? this writer now attacking one of the victims of the san bernardino rampage. even putting part of the blame