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it like it politically is, correct or not. >> our law enforcement people on the frontlines protecting us. thank you for responding. it was great to see you today. hope you have a wonderful tuesday. "fox and friends" starts right now. bye guys. good morning to you. today is tuesday, december 8th. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. a fox news alert. a shocking new clue in the terror attack investigation. the two radical islamistst dbts erase all of their tracks. wait until you see what they found when they follow the money. republicans and democrats, donald trump's passionate call to keep all muslims emigrating to the united states until they figure things out. >> they don't want our system. they have no sense of reason or respect for human life. >> but is his plan resonating with voters?
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more than his opponents might think. we'll ask you. and they're being called a disgrace, christian football players praying in public. it might inspire isis attacks? we'll try to figure that out. mornings are better with friends. let's get right to it. this is a fox news alert. as you just heard, a fox news exclusive as well. new evidence in san bernardino raising the question, how deep did the terror plot go? turns out, somebody deposited $28,000 into the killer couple's california account just two weeks before the massacre. who was that? >> good question, steve. >> america is asking. will carr is live in california with the latest on this. good morning to you, will. >> reporter: good morning guys.
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authorities coming out yesterday and saying that syed farook and tashfeen malik had been radicalized for some time and they had planned to do more damage. inside of center, left several ied pipe bombs attached to remote control cars. they were supposed to go off when first responders got to the scene. unclear why that didn't happen. that's a trademark of terrorists overseas. federal authorities are following the money trail. we've been told that the guns, the thousands of rounds of ammunition, the ieds and the material for ieds found inside the apartment in redlands, california, could have cost more than $30,000. two weeks after the shooting, farook had $28,500 deposited into his bank account. there were three transfers of $5,000 that apparently went to his mom and we've learned that he withdraw $10,000 that may have gone to enrique marquez,
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the man who authorities say legally purchased those ar-15s used in the shooting. authorities also say according to the new york post that his father has been added to the terror watch list. at the same time, the fbi has said they found raw materials that could have made up to 19 pipe bombs in the apartment behind me. we've also confirmed as mentioned yesterday, that both malik and farook went to a gun range for target pra days leading up to the shooting. take a listen to one of the employees at the gun range. >> they were sitting ducks. this man and his wife planned this. this is a free country. unfortunately, people with free access to this country can also cause it harm. >> reporter: and we've learned that inside of the exact same room where 14 people were killed and 21 injured, last year they had an active shooter drifl. it's unclear if farook took part
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in that. if he did, he might have known what they were going to do in that situation. >> will carr, thank you very much. in addition to the $28,000 what they're looking at is apparently there was a $10,000 withdrawal and the question is whether or not they used to that reimburse the neighbor who bought the rifle. >> on top of that, people thought right away, saudi arabia. looks like it's more like pakistan. this red mosque over there, this woman went to that school, used her elite status, not a person without options. she could have done anything from an elite family who is wealthy with a pharmaceutical degree that she ended up with. she chose this lifestyle. these people are like, they don't have options. she had the world at her -- could have been her oyster. >> millions of dollars that we give to pakistan right now to end the war on terror. eyes are on that money. >> to help bin laden and fuel the taliban. >> people are wondering what do we do now?
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on our own soil as evidenced in san bernardino. donald trump, yesterday in south carolina laid out a plan, doubled down later in the night to say we're not going to let in any muslims at all. match this. >> these are people who only believe in jihad. they don't want our system. they don't want our system. and have no sense of reason or respect for human life. we karnt live like this. it's going to get worse and worse. you're going to have more world trade centers. it's going to get worse and worse, folks. we can be politically correct or we can be stupid, but it's going to get worse and worse. they're recruiting by the thousands. they're leaving our country. and then when they come back, we take them back. oh, come on back. where were you? i was fighting for isis. oh, come on back, go home, enjoy yourself. when they leave our country and go to fight for isis or any of the other groups, they never come back, they never can come
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back. they never come back. they can never ever, ever, ever come back. it's over. >> okay. so there he's calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states until our nation's leaders can figure out what to do about the problem. this comes on the heels of three weeks after 140 people were murdered in paris and a week after 14 people were murdered in california. this is not completely different than what he's called for in the past, which was essentially an immigration hold. and when you look across the board, republicans and democrats as well, said oh, you really can't do this. take a look at some of the tweets. first up, marco rubio, he said, i disagree with donald trump's latest proposal. in the habit of making offensive and outlandish statements will not bring americans together. >> jeb bush adding to the mix. donald trump is unhinged. his policy proposals are not
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serious. >> believe it or not, hillary clinton also has a problem with donald trump saying this is reap rehence i believe. donald trump, you don't get it. this makes us less safe. looking at muslims coming in our country with a different analysis as opposed to italians and norwegian ans, i think in many ways they say makes more sense because, especially coming from a war torn nation, you should have a different look. >> it's interesting. unprecedentsed that religion would be a defining moment for someone to enter or not into this country. that's what i think so many people have an issue with. we're in a tough situation now. what do you think about donald trump's plan to not let many muslims in. i don't think many are agreeing with him this morning. >> ted cruz said that's not my policy but he introduced legislation to put in place a three-year moratorium on refugees coming from countries where isis and al qaeda is a big problem.
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while he's saying that's not my policy. this morning as you wake up, for the most part when you turn on the television, everybody hates this idea, i suspect, except the people who feel there is a problem in this country. i mean, this move is completely donald trumpian. it's politically incorrect. the media is trying to figure out how to respond. the more heat he takes, the more his fans love it. >> why don't we fix the actual system in place and have a leader in place that makes us feel safe about terrorists so we didn't have to go to the extremes and say, you, you believe this, you're not coming into our country. >> elisabeth, that's a great point. i think people saw the speech sunday and they said wait a second, who has our back? he spent most of the speech saying what we're not going to do to fight them and what we shouldn't do when they're here.
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we say wait a second, they killed 14 people, wounded 21, they weren't even on the radar it doesn't seem. we're wondering who is worrying about us. when donald trump comes out with something that seems extreme, people say i can think he's looking out for you. maybe he's going too far, even dick cheney said that's not our policy. now i would add this to it. a lot of people say when donald trump goes down to the polls, that's when he comes out with something extreme and lose to go the monmouth poll to ted cruz for the first time ever. >> i think it's cnn came out with a poll showing donald trump is up. i read one blogger who said anybody who thinks this is going to hurt donald trump in the polls has been asleep for the last five months. it will be interesting -- keep in mind, donald trump said complete pause on it until they figure out how to fix it. >> his son, donald trump, jr.,
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is going to join us later on in the program. we'll talk to him about this. >> i'm sure everybody is talking about it. meanwhile, at the air force academy in colorado springs, it's common before or after a football game for the team to take a knee, hold hands. a fellow by the name of michael weinstein, the president of military religious freedom foundation has put out some words regarding this that are so extraordinary, we wanted to share with you his feelings about those players taking a knee and praying. >> about the prayer, he said it's a put rid example of fundamentalist christian supremacy and exceptionalism and it has to stop. that's their uniform of the day. they're members of the military and under different rules than their civilian counterparts. the air force announced this week they will formally investigate the situation. their statement said the united
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states air force -- we're conducting an inquiry into the complaints. what do you think about that? >> weigh in. ten minutes after the hour. heather nauert has breaking news to share with us. >> hi brian and steve. fox news alert, breaking overnight, an anonymous threat that forced an air france flight to make an emergency landing in montreal. flight 83 was heading from san francisco to paris when the pilot asked to be diverted five hours after takeoff. the nature of that threat is not yet known. but we are watching this one and we'll bring that to you as we get it. all 231 passengers and 15 crew members evacuated as investigates tors investigators moved in to search that plane. this is the third time that's happened. also now overnight, six people charged in the kidnapping of two college students in upstate new york. s.w.a.t. teams rescuing two university of rochester seniors
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from the home near the school on sunday night hours after the students went missing. one was shot in the leg but both are expected to be okay. police haven't released a motive yet. a chicago police officer involved in another deadly shooting caught on camera will not face charges. investigators determining that officers had just cause to shoot 25-year-old ronald johnson last year. he was armed and running toward other officers. the decision sparked protest from black lives matter movement in downtown chicago. this as the department of justice mounts an investigation into the chicago police department for its handling of the laquan mcdonald death investigation. that officer charged with murder. and some sports right now. it took a while to get going. did you watch the game last night? the cowboys/redskins matchup ended with a thrill. watch this. >> online. and good! >> nice. well, that was dan bailey's 54-yard field goal with seconds
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to play. lifting the cowboys over the redskins 19-16. it's the first cowboys win without quarterback tony romo this season. and those are your headlines. how about that one? >> yeah. >> no kidding. that will make you stay up late for those games. thanks heather. the president and the attorney general issue warnings against the rise of islam phobia. but the fbi says the targets of the most hate crimes in america are jewish people. going to break down the numbers for you coming up. that's right. "time" magazine revealing its short list for person of the year. how did these guys get on there? what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever? heart healthy california walnuts. the best simple veggie dish ever? heart healthy california walnuts. the best simple dinner ever? heart healthy california walnuts. great tasting, heart healthy california walnuts.
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the president urging americans not to succumb to islam phobia in the wake of the massacre in california carried out by islamic extremists. it turns out muslims hate crimes, not as big an issue as we're led to believe. a lebanese american and co-chairman of the middle east coalition for democracy is here to explain. first off, were you surprised the president included that in his speech? >> right. brian, he always is trying to find victimless status for various groups. in this case, muslim americans.
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we're welcoming country, at least coming to the united states for years. relatively incident-free. they've excelled in all fields of endeavor from medicine, law, sports, business, entertainment and america has been a great environment for people in the middle east and that continues to this day. >> we have the rise of isis, we have al qaeda, bin laden targeted us in 2001. we weren't bombing him. in 2014, look at how the breakdown goes when it comes it hate crimes. 59% of the hate crimes, anti-semitic. 14% anti-islamic. important. look at the difference. 14% anti-islamic. 6% anti-catholic and 2. -- 2.5% anti-protestant. if you see those stats, why is the president including it in his speech? >> that's a great question to ask. you know, they've been creating,
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as i said, this victimless status for muslims for -- in conjunction with american islamic reels and other muslims groups like student associations, the islamic circle of north america. trying to divert attention from what's going on. it's not been happening. islam phobia is really nothing but a myth. you don't see the press calling for inquiries or the fbi calling for inquiries into isn't semitic crimes, yet cair has been outspoken and driven that point and succeeded. there's a lot of diversity in the muslim community. some say islam phobia is racist. islam is not a race, it's a religion. muslims come to this country from over 50 countries, from west africa all the way from the middle east and into east asia.
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>> right. >> in each individual muslims from these various countries have issues with others. even a tight geographic area of syria and iraq, you have kurds, shiite and each have issues with their fellow ethnic or, excuse me, people from their own country that are represented by different -- >> the groups killing more muslims than anybody else. bottom line is, the stats don't lie. america has been more tolerant despite these attacks than anyone would think. john, haassur thank you very much. coming up straight ahead, it's quickly becoming one of the most popular cell phone companies in the country. but its contract-free claims may not be all they're cracked up to be. i'll explain. an annual tradition in memphis. todd starns talking to -- taking us behind the scenes in the exclusive tour of the singing christmas tree.
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1936 and once tried to ban black students from enrolling. university is voting on the name change on friday. we'll let you know. that's the news. all right. it's a christmas tradition that's been celebrated for 40 years in memphis, tennessee. >> the singing christmas tree. an original production that features a 46-foot tree and 100,000 lights. fox news radio stars got a look behind the scenes. we'll see how it works. good morning to you. >> good morning, elisabeth. this is sort of like a christmas tree on steroids. instead of ornaments, they put people on this tree, young people. the entire cast of the baptist church sing christmas tree made up of young people who attend the church. they've been doing this for 40 years and they pack out the church. they're launching the 40th season on friday. it's just an amazing show.
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elisabeth and steve, and brian, this is not like the pageants we used to do when we were kids where you dressed up in a bathrobe. this is a broadway-quality show right here in the mid south. >> how do you know we dress up in bathrobes for openers. secondly, with the christmas tree, it's an engineering marvel. you wouldn't have videotape of going up in that thing, would you? >> i did have a chance to get up there. it was very difficult to a maneuver through this giant tree. there are more than 100 kids that actually sing and perform on this tree. what's really cool, though, about this year's performance, guys, they love the military. at bellevue baptist church. what they've decided to do this year, anybody who purchases a dvd of the show, they're going to send the dvd to a member of the military, a veteran currently in a v.a. hospital or a v.a. nursing home. >> that's great.
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>> just beautiful. >> you also have a special that's going to air, correct? >> oh, my gosh. okay, guys. this is going to be amazing. you need to leave the studio this morning and come down to memphis because tomorrow i'm filming my all-american christmas show for fox news radio, fox news.com, mercy me, lara's story. a great jazz guy and this entire christmas tree cast will be performing tomorrow 6:30 at bellevue baptist church. you can find out more at bellevue.org. >> we'll see your special -- i know you're working on an online special and on the radio all the time. you'll be there as well. >> it's going to be a lot of fun, guys. just a great group of folks. again, those videos are at bellevue.org. it's a great way to spread christmas cheer to our brave fighting men and women. >> it sure is. todd thank you for sharing that tradition with us. >> bring me back some memphis
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progress makers turn their ideas into reality. and the next great idea could be yours. all right. on this tuesday morning, our top story was the fact that yesterday donald trump called for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states until we can figure out what's going on. we asked you for tweets and facebook and e-mail and i would say that 90% of you right now think that it is a good idea. jeff stoops g-mailed us.
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it's a smart move. he didn't say it's permanent. it's common sense. what do you think? e-mail us, tweet us, facebook us. we'll read them. >> we sure will. in the meantime, heather nauert has an alert for you at home. >> good morning to you guys. let's start out overseas. olympian blade runner oscar pistorius has been granted bail days after his manslaughter conviction was changed to murder. he will be placed under house arrest at his uncle's home until next year. he will be allowed to leave the house between 7:00 a.m. and noon. he'll have to wear an electronic tracking bracelet and can only go 12 miles from the house. he killed his girlfriend reeva steenkamp in 2013. days before he vanished without a trace. we're learning that his brother had been arrested michael cavallari was booked into a california jail for what police describe as making threats. he wasn't charged with a crime, though. the day after thanksgiving, his
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car was found running with the airbag deployed on a utah highway and he hasn't been seen since. kristen breaking her silence and releasing this childhood photo. i appreciate all the concern, thoughts and prayers that have been extended to me and my family. a deadly confrontation. take a look at this. >> you okay? >> shots fired. shots fired. >> he's shooting at us. >> wow. shooting at us. watch as a suspected carjacker in seattle hangs out of that window firing on an officer. he then rams into multiple cars before crushing a patrol car again opening fire on officers. more than ten officers fired back killing that suspect. many officers and other drivers had to be treated for nonlife-threatening injuries. well, the last eight candidates for "time" magazine's 2015 person of the year have been released. vladimir putin, donald trump and
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the leader of isis for his role in declaring a caliphate and getting them to attack in countries all over the world. that winner is set to be announced on wednesday. last year it was the ebola doctors. little perspective there. let's head outside to maria molina. >> we're looking at mild weather across most of the nation. the plains, the eastern u.s., but the exception is going to continue to be the pacific northwest. out here, we've been battered by a lot of heavy rain. many areas picking up already more than 3 inches of rain and it's going to continue with an additional 6 to 8 inches of rain possible through friday across washington, oregon and northern california. the other problem as well, we're looking at significant snow across the high elevations. the cascades, the california sierra and the northern rockies could be looking at anywhere between 1 to 2 feet of snow. you're also looking at strong winds with this storm system. it's going to be messy out
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there. tough conditions for anyone doing any traveling out there. otherwise, as far as temperatures go, take a look at them across the nation. relatively mild. you're going to make it into the 70s. widespread across texas, oklahoma, 60s for you in places like little rock and the northeast. a little bit chillier. high temperatures forecast to make it into the 40s. not bad at all for this time of the year. let's head back inside. maria, thank you very much. you never know where you'll encounter germs at the office. >> all right. you think i've got germs? i'll give you some germs. how about some for your keyboard, huh? how about for the stapler? >> bacteria lurking around every corner and on every surface, how do you stay helts i at work? fox news medical aid team dr. samadi is here to tell us where the germs are hiding.
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>> ooh wait. no telling where those have been. >> let's talk about some of the things in normal workplace. everybody has a break room for the most part. what about the microwave? >> this is a time of the year that we're surrounded by people getting sick. there are germs everywhere. if you have to guess at the workplace, where do you think is the worst and dirtiest place in the office? >> the bathroom. >> that's not the case. they're scrubbing all the time, cleaning it up. these are the places where you see a lot of germs. the handles, the refrigerator another place. >> everybody opens this. >> by the way, we need more half and half. hello. a lot of e. coli, salmonella, bacterias can sit for days and you come in and grab them. by touching your eyes and your nose, you can enter those germs in there. >> what should you do? >> use a towel to grab them. use the hand sanitizers. when it comes to hand wash, how do people wash their hands. they come in, basically do this
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and start washing within two seconds. you have to scrub in, in between all these areas where the germs can really sit there. 20 seconds, which is a long time sometimes, that's when you really scrub and you get rid of all these germs. >> there you go, doctor. >> okay. we need a cup of coffee. everybody pulls down that thing. or you need a glass of water. everybody uses that gizmo. >> these are all high traffic areas. bacteria can sit there. once you start touching it, this is the guy. i use this frequently during the day. the hand sanitizers. it's easy to use and you get rid of all of these germs. it's everywhere. we're surrounded by these germs. best things to boost your immune systems during the winter time. worry about the flu and all the germs and bacterias. >> the elevator button, everybody is going downstairs pushes the same button right there. >> exactly. >> so many people -- >> what's on my finger right
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now? >> you don't see them. but you could have a lot of bacteria. if you wash it, it's no problem. once you start touching your -- this is the entry point, your eyes and nose. what do you do with this? i don't want people to become obsessive and start using it th kind of stuff. if you're pressing the button, then wipe your hands. there are so many other places in the office. >> don't touch your eyes or your nose and those are the areas that if somebody coughs, cough in your elbow so you don't spread this. but the key is that the bacteria can sit there for days and days and we can pass it along. >> that's kind of scary. if you went down the elevator and went down about 100 feet you would be in the newsroom and elisabeth joins us from there now. >> that's right, steve. hi dr. samadi. >> are there areas we need to be worried about? >> a lot of studies have been
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done on the keyboards and there's tons and tons of germs and bacterias and feces on some of the keyboards. it's gross, right? the key is to really wipe them out at least once a week. that's how you really reduce a lot of those germs. also if you have the monitors and ipads and always constantly using your fingers, those are the areas where the bacteria can sit there. you can reduce the mass of these germs so you don't get sick. also, let's talk about the flu shots. if you haven't had it, this is a good time of the year to get the flu shots. >> make sure he's sleeping seven hours, well-hydrated and boosting his immune system. give him vitamin d, elisabeth, he needs it. >> we woke up regina here. if the phone rings and you have to answer it and worried about germs what, do you do? grab it with a disinfectant wipe? >> disinfdisinfectant. you do the same thing for the phones. those are the high traffic
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instruments that people share. people come in, grab the phone and they may have bacterias or flu viruses there and leave them for you. make sure if you grab them, use hand sanitizers in the office. >> we have a gallon in the newsroom. >> i assume this is all shared space and just do your part to keep it clean before you get there. before you start using it. give it a wipe down. is that obsessive? >> no. i think this is the time of the year that you should be more obsessed about this. nothing wrong with that. >> look, i do this during all the patients. i probably wipe my hands 70, 80 times. then you start having dry skin. that's when i use creams. you protect yourself. >> sure. >> dr. samadi. >> think defense. >> hope that helps you. >> thank you very much. brian, what's coming up? >> let me tell you. the next 20 minutes straight ahead, president obama, presidential candidate hillary clinton calling on congress to block anyone on the no-fly list from getting a gun. is this even legal or relevant?
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we're going to bring that up to judge napolitano. he'll weigh in. he might take the fifth. seconds could mean the difference between life and death in a soft target attack. what you and your kids can do to minimize the threat. that story ahead.
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congress and the american people. >> congress should act to make sure no one on a no-fly list is able to buy a gun. what could possibly be the argument to allow a terror suspect to buy a semiautomatic weapon? this is a matter of national security. is that legal? judicial analyst judge andrew napolitano joins us live. what do you think? >> it's a trojan horse. it is a trick to take guns away from people. i'll tell you why. the supreme court held that the right to keep and bear arms under the constitution is a fundamental liberty, under speech, religion, travel and privacy. you can only lose it if you're found guilty of a crime by a jury. emphasis, by a jury. if they put you on a no-fly list, some people belong on the no-fly list, a lot of people don't. >> there are a lot of mistakes. >> it's a decision by a bureaucrat. no right to appeal or challenge. the jury is not involved.
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it's a trick to keep guns away from people by arbitrarily putting them on a no-fly list so that the government can take their guns and the president knows that. >> plus, he was talking about what had happened in san bernardino and for the low information voter and they're listening -- what no-fly list were they on? they weren't on any list. >> correct. >> he was making a false argument. >> this is an argument that he and hillary clinton have made. it's very seductive. oh, my goodness, if you're a terrorist, you can't get on a plane, how can you get a gun? ted kennedy was on the no fly list. they couldn't distinguish between the two. >> he was identified as the terrorist. >> this is yet another one of the government's -- i'm going to use the word tricks to try and find ways around a supreme court decision that they hate. >> so we saw the president on sunday night in that clip a moment ago. you just mentioned hillary. here's the sound bite of her.
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>> continuing to refuse to prohibit people on the no fly list from getting guns which include a lot of domestic and international terrorists. these are two parts of the same approach that i'm taking to make us safe. >> judge? >> they are two parts of the same approach to assault a liberty that the left hates, which is the liberty to protect yourself. >> let's talk about this. there are a number of people who buy powerful rifles and the supreme court yesterday refused to hear the so-called assault weapon ban challenge. in other words, a lower court said, okay, this is how we feel and the supreme court said it's settled -- >> this is a case that applies to one town in the united states of america, highland park, illinois, outside of chicago. the government in that town decided we don't want any rifles or simple shotguns, basic .22s, we'll ban them. somebody challenged it and said
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i have a right to have a weapon to protect myself in my home. the local federal court said it only applies to hand guns, not to rifles. the supreme court said we don't want to get involved. prediction? the case will eventually come back to the supreme court with a different outcome. this decision below that a local government can ban rifles outright cannot stand. however, it does not affect your ability to own, carry and use, if necessary, a handgun in your home. >> the headline in the new york daily news today says big win for anti-gun people. >> that is another crowd that hates parts of the constitution. this is not a decision on the merits. that is, the supreme court did not rule that this local ordinance is constitutional. it just ruled that it doesn't want to get involved with it at this time. i'm mad this morning. >> i can tell. there's a lot to be mad about. there's a lot of frustration out there. >> all the best, steve. >> he's over there by the
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welcome back, in an active shooter situation, five seconds can mean the difference between life and death. but there are some things that you can do, and your children can do, to make a difference. here to show us how self-defense expert toni morrison and his coinstructor along with gabriel david and eli. we thank you for joining us today. >> thank you for having me. and what people are calling the new normal. we're hearing more and more. both support for kids going through drills to deal with an armed person in their school, and also, something on the other side, a little fear in parents, if we're doing these drills, will it make the kids afraid, do we need to be having this conversation? tony, where do you stand on this issue? >> i stand that we can't make the kids ignorant about the fact that the world is a dangerous place. so we don't want to scare them to the point where they're paralyzed, and they're not going to be kids and enjoy their life. but at the same time we have to educate them and we start by telling them the things to look for, to be more vigilant, to pay
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attention to what's going around in the surrounding area. we call it situational awareness, being aware what's going on. so this way we could have a full filed life. >> so moving from scared to being aware and then prepared is what you really do is what i'm hearing. >> yes. >> can i ask some of the students here, gabe, do you have active shooter drills? do you have lockdown drills in your school? >> once a year we usually do a lockdown drill where everyone hides behind so the shooter if he were to look through the window of the door he wouldn't be able to see us. >> david, do you do the same thing? >> we do the same thing, we do drills. >> do you get scared when you do that? >> no, you know it's going to happen. you know what the routine is for the school. it just has to happen. >> and eli when you go through these drills, even through your practice here, do you feel more prepared, more able? or do you feel more scared? >> i feel very prepared. i feel like if i -- if i know what's happening, especially through my training, i can be
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able to make a proper decision. >> to me this sounds like an enabled heart that i'm hearing, willing, able, prepared and able to actually do something because they've gone through some steps. let's go through one right now. you're going to display for us and exemplify what would happened in an armed shooter situation. what would that look like? >> i'm going to pretend that i have a gun here and if i -- >> this is a stapler. >> and there was a wall or something and i'm pointing the gun as someone. >> okay. >> and she's going to disarm me. >> okay and that's coming from behind. >> that's coming from behind. what happens is if you're hidden in a doorway and the gunman is searching, he's searching, as soon as he has his weapon out we're going to attack the weapon immediately and start to attack the gunman. >> you came on the weapon side and came in through his arm to get that weapon. >> when he duck under the shoulder it takes me away from his line of vision so he won't see me until i actually have grasped the weapon, and i'm attacking and disarming him.
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>> let me ask you something else. you didn't turn and use the moves on him. do you keep running once you do that or do you turn and actually fight, kick and get this guy down? >> once you're engaged the gunman you have to just take him out. >> okay. >> you have to fight strong. so, you're not going to actually try to get away until you actually make sure that you've done some damage to him. because if you don't then he'll just pursue you. so once you engage the gunman you have to completely engage him until he's subdued. >> what if there are two people -- >> that's the difficult one. >> we've got a teammate. what's the strategy? >> once we're hiding let's say we couldn't run away, and we hide, and then we realize that we might be discovered, we have to basically communicate with each other and say listen this is what's going to happen. if i grab the gun, you guys are going to tackle the person but we all have to be in it together. we all have to work together as a team in order to subdue -- >> okay can you walk us through one step here one thing that these kids would go through in your training. >> absolutely. >> pretend that he's holding it. the way we would teach it is from the side.
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you go to the side and he would basicly just practice taking -- >> so this would be quick about ten seconds. before we go. >> right. >> he's going to practice getting off the line of fire. this is how we teach the kids in the school. >> tony, thank you so much. >> thanks for having me.
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if you want help improving your a1c and blood sugar numbers with a non-insulin option, ask your doctor about once-weekly trulicity. and click to activate your within. good morning to you. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. a shocking new clue in the california terror attack investigation. as it turns out, these two radical islamists didn't erase all of their tracks. the fbi following the money, and just wait until you hear what they found. >> and donald trump under attack by democrats and republicans this morning for his proposal to keep all muslims from immigrating to the united states, for now. >> they don't want our system. and have no sense of reason or respect for human life. >> but is his plan resonating with more than his opponents might think? here to weigh in rudy giuliani
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and donald trump jr. >> and terrorists might want to stay clear of this lawman's territory. >> let there be no mistake in what i'm about to say the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. >> now that sheriff is calling on his citizens to arm themselves. where is he? who he is? he's live this hour. and live from new york city, it's tuesday's "fox & friends." we have got a very busy hour. we're going to be talking to that sheriff from somewhere who is saying there are so many bad guys we need good guys with guns. >> america is buying guns by the tens of thousands. black friday was gun friday in this country because people feel as though listen in four minutes in the cops in san bernardino was there. guess what? 14 people were dead. people are getting the sense
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they've got to take things into their own hands. >> big show ahead. we've got america's mayor rudy giuliani, donald trump jr. a big couple of hours coming your way and we're going to start with heather nauert and headlines. >> hi, elisabeth and related to that story, investigators now giving our fox news alert forces exclusively telling fox that a $28,000 deposit was made into that california terror couple's bank account just two weeks before that deadly rampage. just one year ago, county employees also went through an active shooter drill in the very same room where the couple opened fire on syed farook's holiday work party. it's unclear if he participated in that active shooter drill. but we are learning both farook and his wife attended target practice at a gun range leading up to the massacre. now farook's father in the hot seat this morning. the fbi just putting him on their terror watch list. more on this story as we get it. another fox news alert now, an anonymous threat forces an air france flight to make an
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emergency landing in montreal. flight 83 was heading from san francisco to paris, when the pilot asked to be diverted five hours after takeoff. the nature of that threat is not just known, all 231 passengers and 15 crew members were evacuated, as investigators moved in to search that plane, nothing was found, it is the third time in recent weeks that a threat forced an air france plane to make an emergency landing. well new overnight six people now charged in the kidnapping of two college students in upstate new york. s.w.a.t. teams had to rescue two university of rochester seniors from a home near the school on sunday night, hours after they went missing. one of the students was shot in the leg but both are expected to be okay. police still not saying what that motive was for the crimes. and kim kardashian and kahn way west going in a different direction in naming their newborn son. announcing that they've named him saint west. he was born on saturday. saint now becomes the fourth member of the west family. kim and kanye also have a
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2-year-old daughter named north. kim posted the family's first picture on twitter, but it turned out to just be four emojis, mom and baby are happy and healthy. those are your headlines. >> heather, thank you very much. >> all right, thanks. rudy giuliani, america's mayor joins us live. good morning. >> good morning. >> donald trump yesterday called for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states until we can figure out what's going on. >> well, i mean, aside from the fact it would be an absolute violation of the first amendment of the constitution, i guess, i mean you cannot use religion as a basis for discriminating, and honestly, there's no factual basis on which to assume that the vast majority of muslims are terrorists. just the opposite. >> he has called in the past essentially for a pause on all immigration. would that be legal? >> well, i would think that wouldn't, but at least that wouldn't have a religious test to it. everybody would be excluded,
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catholics, jews, protestants and religion wouldn't have a part of it. if you make religion the distinguishing factor, first of all it violates the first amendment, and second you have no reasonable basis for it. look at the stats. how many muslims are theren the world? and what percentage are terrorists? minuscule percentage. really bad, it's a large number, very dangerous, but you couldn't possibly get away with this. >> not to mention 5800 servicemen and women who identify as muslim. what message does it send to them? but why is donald trump doing this in your mind? >> first of all i think it's very bad timing because it's taking focus off obama's abysmal speech the other night in which i've never seen a president show less leadership. it's taking focus off the fact that obama has no plan, doesn't seem to know what he's doing. and will not stay the words islamic terrorism. he won't -- he won't make the distinction between that small but very dangerous group of muslims, who are terrorists, and the much larger group of muslims
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who are not. and i think he hurts, obama hurts muslims by not doing that. just like italians that wouldn't make the distinction between mafia and not mafia were hurting all italians. >> isn't trump doing the same thing? >> well, i think this plays into it. i mean, i don't know how you can possibly think that you can exclude people based on religion. it's fundamental. >> is there a right -- >> the reason it's in the first amendment to the constitution. the reason people came to this country originally was religious freedom. it's probably our most enshrined right along with free speech. >> here's a sound bite from donald trump yesterday talking about what we should be doing when it comes to mosques. something ray kelly was doing. >> me, too >> and we have to respect mosques but yes we have to look at mosques. we have to know about it. we can't be these people that are sitting back like in the world trader like so many different things. we can't be people that knew
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what was going on, two weeks ago in california, probably for months they knew what was going on, and they didn't want to tell anybody. don't worry about profiling, i promise, i will defend you from profiling. >> there we agree. absolutely 100%. i was the one who first put police officers in the mosques. there was a ruling in new york that said you couldn't do it. >> but all mosques? >> no of course not, 1993 bombing of the world trade center was organized in a mosque in union city, new jersey. so of course i was going to put police officers in mosques. and we got a lot of information from that. we put them in undercover. they mingled with the group and they started to pick up plots. not all mosques. i'm not going to tell you how many. i'm not going to tell you which one. after 9/11, quite rightly, kelly and mike bloomberg stepped up the number that i had and when mayor de blasio removed it i was the first to criticize him. i think he's removing an area of
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intelligence that some day may really end up as something tragic. i hope not. also, the fact that you profile, there's nothing wrong with profiling if it's logical. look, when -- when i got reported to me when i was u.s. attorney that joe dejuice epiwas shot in the head in a brooklyn restaurant i had a pretty good idea it was the mafia. it didn't take a genius for me to figure out it was the mafia and i wasn't going to look for the westees on the west side of manhattan and i wasn't going to look for block kids in harlem. i was looking for italian people who belong to the mafia. so when something like this happens, the minute this happens, and they didn't put out the names of the people who did it, i knew two things. it was a terror incident, and it was islamic related. now the administration has turned out to be wrong about everything. the fbi agent came out the first night and said it wasn't terror. how could it not be terror when you kill that many people?
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of course it's terror. now all of a sudden, then they say well, it wasn't organized from overseas. now that seems to be falling apart. now, why do they do this? why do they -- why do they do this like politically correct defense? and here's the danger of it. there was a woman who saw these people acting suspiciously in a garage and she never reported. >> because -- >> because she's afraid. and that political correctness is coming right from the very top. if she had reported it, and the fbi executed a search warrant on that garage, i don't know, i can't say for sure, but maybe those people would be alive today. >> 19 pipe bombs were found in that garage. i would say maybe those people would have been arrested -- >> and the reason that information didn't come to law enforcement is because the woman was embarrassed that she would be seen -- >> she didn't want to be layed a bigot. >> and that's why trump in this particular case is absolutely right. >> you mentioned a moment ago the mafia. you were talking over the weekend about how gun control would not stopped the mafia.
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>> yes. >> just like although the president on sunday night he was talking about you know he was talking about a terror attack, and suddenly, he's talking about gun control. >> it would be as if my approach to the mafia was, gun control and tell people don't -- >> because when you were a u.s. attorney -- >> -- italian americans. you want to make the analogy, i would have gone on television and said here's how i'm going to beat the mob. gun control and don't be prejudiced against italian americans. instead what i had to do was break into their houses, put in wiretaps, put in videotape, get informants, get people to turn, threaten people with the death penalty in order to get them to testify against mafia. >> if you didn't do that -- >> if i didn't do that the mafia would still be around. >> let me tell you something -- >> and a lot more people would be dead. >> let me tell you what donald trump is doing. donald trump said looking at rudy giuliani -- not to go after italians, if he went and said gun control is the issue the guy that would have beaten you in an
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election is the one who came out and would have done what you actually did. donald trump's taking to the extreme but he's saying i got your back, america. that guy in the oval office doesn't, even if it's to the extreme. >> you are right. you're absolutely right. it appeals to an emotion. the emotion is correct. it's a correct emotion. people are afraid. but the answer to it is not a religious test for coming into the united states of america. >> which is why you -- >> when the pilgrims left england that ended. that was gone. and honestly, there is no basis for discriminating against muslims. no reasonable basis for doing it. it is true, there's a small percentage, but the vast majority of muslims are peaceful, completely integrated americans. they've been here for 150 years. >> but donald trump also said essentially it would be temporary until the nation's leaders figured out how to fix the problem. stop all the muslims coming into the country -- >> -- no basis of stopping all
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the muslims. there is a basis for doing a much better job of vetting. how could this woman have been let in when she gave an address that didn't exist? nobody ever bothered to go back to pakistan to find out -- she never lived at the address she gave. >> there were a lot of problems. >> pakistan -- >> -- housed bin laden. >> thank you very much for joining us. >> thank you. >> all right. coming up on this tuesday donald trump also talked tough on terror over the weekend. listen to this. >> -- you know it's a whole big hoax. they don't want to die. they talk about they want to die. they don't want to die. they're chicken [ bleep ], believe me. >> so what do voters think about that? polling expert lee carter gives the candidacies the dial treatment. rudy thought it was funny. >> he did. and gwyneth paltrow robbed. how the actress just lost a whole bunch of money in new york city? we're going to tell you what happened ahead. ♪
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brand-new dials from overnight. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> first, a dial we're going to put up. here's the president on sunday night, talking about the no-fly zone list. keep in mind, the independents are the yellow line. the republicans are the red line. the democrats are the blue line. >> to begin with, congress should act to make sure no one on a no-fly list is able to buy a gun. what could possibly be the argument for allowing a terror suspect to buy a semiautomatic weapon? this is a matter of national security. we also need to make it harder for people to buy powerful assault weapons like the ones that were used in san bernardino. i know there are some who reject any gun safety measures. but the fact is that our intelligence and law enforcement agencies, no matter how effective they are, cannot identify every would-be mass shooter whether motivated by
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isil or some other hateful ideology. what we can do, and must do, is make it harder for them to kill. >> until just then, the blue line was so high, democrats loved what he was saying so much you couldn't even see it. >> you couldn't even see it. highest lines of the night for democrats. a-plus. you saw the bottom for a long time you couldn't even see where republicans were, all the way to the bottom. we are completely a nation divided. the thing is people are afraid. and what they want to be assured is that you are going to do everything as our leader to make us safe. and it's not about talking about policy, it's not about talking about gun control, it's talking about how do we come together. >> absolutely. on the other side marco rubio here he is calling out democrats who are pushing an agenda. >> the notion that a radical jihadist who is on the no-fly list is going to walk into a local gun shop to purchase a gun is absurd. and that's not how they're going to purchase weapons or any of the elements they need for a pipe bomb for that matter. this is nothing but an effort to use this issue of terrorism as another way to try to push their
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agenda that they've been dying to push for the longest amount of time. >> and the same as last time, one party went clear to the top and that's the republicans. they loved what he said. >> they absolutely loved what he had to say. what's interesting in both segments, both times, independents tracked exactly with republicans. and so i think it's really important to know that it's the complete opposite, and that said, rubio is having a really good show among republicans. you see how high that was? he is seen as strong. he is seen as a leader and i think it's a really good showing for him. >> the front-runner right now nationally in the polls is donald trump. hillary clinton actually created this sound bite, where she laughed a lot at donald trump. watch the tracks on this. >> donald trump, the last few days he's opened up -- you're laughing again. >> i'm sorry, i can't help it. >> he's opening up a new line of attack on you. >> you know -- >> i guess you don't agree? >> well, who can agree with anything he says that is subject to one second of fact checking. >> okay.
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>> yeah, democrats loved it. they thought she was human. but on the other hand, independents and republicans to the floor. they really didn't respond to her and they said come on, this is all just ridiculous. you can't write off a candidate like that. >> and finally straight talking from donald trump about the terrorists. we're going to bleep it. >> -- you know it's a whole big hoax they want to die. they don't want to die. they talk about they want to die they don't want to die. they're chicken [ bleep ] believe me. lee? >> the grade overall. you saw republicans b-plus, independents "c," democrats all the way to the floor. but what this is is trump doing what he does best. >> real quickly one final graphic that shows that the independents, this time, are tracking with the republicans. >> i think this is one of the most fascinating things. what we're seeing is that independents are tracking right with republicans, the first time in years that i've seen that. independents have been tracking with democrats, up until now,
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clearwater florida. the length represents all 44 candles needed to light the menorah during the eight days of hanukkah. elisabeth? >> thanks, brian. right about now your kids are probably starting to write their letters to santa claus. but before you mail those off to the north pole we've got some items that they are sure to want on that list. so listen up. our toy series continues today, focusing on the ages of 5 through 10. joining me now is toy expert meredith sinclair. meredith, you've got some fun things here. this age bracket, 5 to 10, sweet spot for toys. >> absolutely. this is great for all of those kids out there who are builders with these kinds of bricks. this is called brick sticks. these are just stickers. this is a great stocking stuffer. these are stickers that help bring your bricks to life. you can have, as you can see here on display. you can take your plain bricks and then create new worlds with them with these brick stix. they're only $4.99. >> then you have brackets. >> this came out last year. this set is brand new.
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what's new about this one is that they have these holes in the middle now which allow you to build movable parts, and movable structures, because you know, now we can put things in between, and as you can see this is amazing. this is a new building toy. >> how much is the kid? >> this is only $20. >> and where do you get it? >> brackets.com. >> okay, great. >> this is great. this is little -- little live pet. if you don't want to have a live pet, this is clever keet. the smartest bird ever known. it talks to you. it will swing on its swing. it will dance in front of the mirror. it will go in its cart. and then you can also record messages. you can tell it good morning. good morning, elisabeth. >> how sweet is this? >> this is $59.99. you get the whole play ground and the bird. and just takes -- >> you can get this at toys "r" us? >> big box stores right now. >> okay, great. >> i love this for girls. this is a new engineering toy for girls. and what's great about this is
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it has lots of modular rooms. this is a townhouse. it's a way to bring their townhouse to life because you can do a fan that spins, an elevator. it's really bringing those s.t.e.m. skills in to, you know, play for girls and it comes with the dolls. amazing for engineering. >> price point? >> this one is $39.99. >> shifting over here. >> this age group loves to build and make. that's why you have a lot. >> they do. when they move past the typical bricks they're used to, this is pin blocks. you can see they, aren't they sort of pixelized looking? it's one piece. but this piece can twist and turn and stack so you can make 3-d structures. you can do a set that comes like first time you can make and they are the freestyle set because i love open-ended play. then they can go to anything they want. this is only $45. >> okay. look at that. what's this -- >> i love this. >> coming out with something great. >> every year they do. your older kids who maybe think they're too old for coloring but
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this is called the easy animation studio. you get this baooklet. you color in your character. you download this free app that digitizes the character you've created onto an ipad. and you see this movable mannequin. this movable mannequin then reads your guy, and then on this screen it can -- you can animate your own character. >> how cool is that? >> it's like stop action animation. but much easier. and faster. and it's only $24.99. >> that's a great deal for this. >> fantastic. now we didn't talk about plushies as much as we should. kids love them. my kindergartners love dinosaurs. this is from discoverystore.com. they're really high quality. these are endangered species line, and they help benefit the biodiversity is us campaign. you're giving back and giving -- >> these are under $18. tomorrow we're going to be back with more with meredith. we have 11 to 16-year-old.
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that bracket which can be kind of tough to buy for. thank you for your time. >> thank you. >> now coming up, terrorists might want to stay clear of this sheriff's county. >> let there be no mistake in what i'm about to say the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. >> now that sheriff is calling on his citizens to arm themselves. he's live with us straight ahead. and donald trump taking a lot of heat for his latest comments. next up, his son donald trump jr. is here with why his dad never backs down. i have asthma... ...one of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine, i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways to help improve breathing for a full 24 hours. breo contains a type of medicine
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these are the people that only believe in jihad. they don't want our system. they don't want our system. and have no sense of reason, or respect, for human life. we can't live like this. it's going to get worse and worse. you're going to have more world trade centers.
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it's going to get worse and worse, folks. we can be politically correct, or we can be stupid. but it's going to get worse and worse. they are recruiting by the thousands. they're leaving our country. and then when they come back we take them back. oh, come on back. where were you? i was fighting for isis. oh, come on back, go home, enjoy yourself. when they leave our country, and they go to fight, for isis, or any of the other groups, they never come back. they never can come back. they never can come back. they can never, ever, ever, ever come back. it's over. >> donald trump dominating the headlines this morning. now everyone from the gop, his democratic candidates, seem to be going after him. let's bring in his son donald trump jr. no stranger to controversy, because especially when your dad decides to run. welcome back to the show. >> good to be here. >> first off when he made those comments yesterday, what's your reaction to them? >> well, listen, obviously it's a very sensitive topic but i think it's something that's
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important. he's more concerned about the safety of americans than offending people around the world. i mean, he is sick of watching everyone else take precedent from our own government, as opposed to american citizens who are here, who are doing a great job, working hard to support their families and live. he's concerned about their safety. and that should take precedent over anything. >> sure. and he's, you know, from what he said yesterday, it's not like it would be a permanent thing. >> no. >> until they can figure it out. tell the story when i was just walking in with you a second ago, tell the story about we sent a taxi over to pick him up and what did the driver tell you. >> the driver yousent, not someone i've ever met before, just wanted to introduce myself, mr. trump and i'm a muslim. i'm thinking oh, boy this is going to be interesting. he said honestly i'm so for everything that your father's saying because i went back two years ago to my country and my brother-in-law who came with us on vacation was kidnapped, held for ransom. i don't want to see that here. it was amazing to see. because i thought i was going to get a lecture. and i understand that. because again, it's a sensitive issue. no one's going to disavow that.
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he said that to me and that was just such an incredible statement. because it's true. he'd looking to protect americans first and foremost. not be a government that's more interested in helping everyone else around the world at the expense of our citizens. and you know, that's his plan. and that's what he's going to do. and he's never going to back down from that. >> he does not back down. >> he doubles down, he trip ams down. guess what? every time he's done it he's been right. >> was there ever a moment you were fighting for something and you thought you know, i might have a chance and then you walked in and he just said no? >> every once in awhile. our sort of big bet in the household is a dollar with your name on it. like a signed dollar. that's the big win, if you have a stack of those you've done well. but in the business he's been so great about giving us, you know, the autonomy that we want to run the business and now what he's doing on the campaign trail is even more so. and i think it's a great testament to us, you know, in that he believes in us. that he's doing what he's doing now as opposed to perhaps in 2012 when we were younger and not quite ready to take that over. again he feels such a level of responsibility to his company, to all of the tens of thousands of people that he employs, he
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wouldn't just walk away from that in the past. now he's probably a little bit more secure in that. >> how do you explain the big crowds he gets everywhere? what is it he has tapped into? >> because the message is just resonating with people. i can't tell you, we live in new york city. it's a very liberal place. i can't tell you how many dozens of people who come up to me in a restaurant, sitting there with my wife, minding my own business, i want to talk to you about your father. and i've never voted for a republican once in my life and i'm going to say oh, boy, here we go again, much like the driver story. and they say i'm voting for your father. not necessarily because i believe everything he says is right but because i'm just glad someone is finally saying something. someone is saying something they believe in. it's not scrubbed by 200,000 political operatives looking to possibly not offend the 0.002% of the population that's out there. and they're saying, i don't even believe in politics but i'm just refreshed that someone's finally willing to say something. it's not a party line. listen he's getting it from both sides.
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he's just going with his own gut, and his own thoughts. and i think it's right. >> well i just thought it was interesting yesterday because chris christie as well, dontd trump showing his lack of experience. and then your dad went off chris christie for about 20 minutes on the george washington bridge, but he goes they had dinner together before the last debate. has that been tough? >> listen it's interesting. people are going to take their political positions. there's a lot of people in the race that probably should worry more about what's going on in their home states than perhaps using that as the platform to jump into the presidency. i think he's different. with my father, it's interesting in talking about the media, we can have thousands and tens of thousands of successors, because he's a great businessman. he's done incredible stuff but people want to talk about whoa, 15 years ago -- there's going to be -- that's the world. that's business. but they won't even talk about the incredible successes that the we've had. and there's many and there continue to be. it's frustrating as a passionate guy. as someone who is his son. as someone who works really hard within the business and seen just the work that he's put into
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that over generations. >> bush 43 talked about watching his dad lose to bill clinton and how painful that was for him to see. because he was on the outside fighting like hell. he said it was a lot easier to run yourself than to watch your dad run. can you relate to that? >> you know, i can to an extent. listen it's not like we've been wall flowers. he's certainly been out there for quite some time, so we're used to the attention. this is a little bit different because you see the manipulation. the way so much of the media tries to take, you know, a four paragraph explanation of something and cut out this sentence and splice it with this sentence and all of a sudden you have a very different thing than what was intended to be said. i see some of that. it's certainly frustrating on that. sometimes i can't watch the news. at the same time, sometimes when i have a rough day at work, come back home, and he's dominating every channel. i can't get away. >> big brother is watching you at all times. regardless. >> will he call you and see how's this running for you? i'm going to try this out today. >> we definitely speak. but you know him, as well. you're just from all the calls. he's his own guy. you can give him advice.
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he'll listen. he's going to make up his own mind. >> he's been on the show for a number of years calling in on mondays. we kind of know him. but tell us one thing donald trump jr. that we don't know about your dad. >> well, i mean, his sense of humor is unparalleled. i mean you know about his work ethic. you know about his great business acumen. you know about those things. i'm really looking forward to the holidays, christmas meals and just sitting down and sort of the ribbing that goes on back and forth there is just, i mean you're really missing a great tv moment by not filming every second of it, because it's brutal and it's funny as heck. >> well we wish you and your family the very best. >> thank you so much, guys. i really appreciate it. >> insight into the trump family. thank you. >> all right. it is 20 minutes before the top of the hour. and heather's got the news. >> i do. a couple other things going on. good morning to you all. let's start out with a fox news alert. the olympian blade runner oscar pistorius has now been granted bail this coming just days after his manslaughter conviction was changed to murder. pistorius will be released and placed under house arrest at his
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uncle's home until sentencing takes place next year. he'll be allowed to leave that house for a few hours each day but he has to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet. pistorius faces a minimum of 15 years in jail for killing his girlfriend reeva steenkamp in 2013. remember this lady? she stood up for thousands of students' right to free speech. now she is out of a job. erica was a professor at yale university but she's stepping down after repeated protests by angry students who criticized her and her husband for not creating what those students consider to be a safe space on campus. she sent an e-mail leading up to halloween encouraging students to wear whatever costume they wanted, even if some might be offended by it. the reaction she got was this. watch. >> it's a sit-down. if that is what you think -- you should sit down. >> erica and her husband say
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that that campus is no longer a place for free expression. unbelievable. well, sorry ladies it turns out that men don't need to ask for driving directions as much as you think they might. >> i really appreciate it if you could give me directions back onto the expressway. >> what? for free? >> sure. >> $5. >> love that movie. well there's a new study from norway that shows men use a completely different part of their brains when they're navigating and driving. there you go, guys. and they have a much better sense of cardinal directions. >> that's right. >> whatever that is. >> 18 men, 18 women were placed in a giant maze, and given different navigational tasks. the men solved 50% more of those tasks than the ladies. all right. i think i'd have to agree with that based on personal experience. but that's just me. >> you lack an inner compass. and i'm confident enough to let everybody know, don't drive with me. you'll be lost. >> thanks elisabeth. >> i got your back. >> i know where they're serving
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dinner. >> my wife has the best internal compass of any human being alive. i'm the guy that asks her for directions when neither of us know where we're going. >> but the key is, do you listen to her? >> i do. i do. >> that's a good man. >> after five kids i don't have a choice at this point. >> wise man. all right i can just see you in the station wagon driving around with the panel doors. >> minivan. >> hey, 18 minutes now before the top of the hour. >> coming up, terrorists might want to steer clear of this county's sheriff. >> let there be no mistake in what i'm about to say. the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. >> now that sheriff is calling on his citizens in his county to arm themselves. he talks to brian next. and how do you get $600 luggage for under 100 bucks? mega morning deals. that's how only on "fox & friends" and that is next. this is the best block of all.
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what i'm about to say. the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. if you're a person who is legally licensed to carry a firearm now is the time more than ever to realize that you, and you alone, may very well be the first line of defense for you, your family and others around you in a terrorist or active shooter based scenario. >> in the wake of the terror attack in san bernardino, california, that sheriff is calling on everyday citizens to buy guns and be ready to take on terrorists themselves. sheriff wayne ivey of brevard county, florida, joins us right now. sheriff, why did you post that tape? >> you know, we put a lot of emphasis on crime prevention, and constantly putting out messaging to our citizens, so this was just in furtherance of it. a message to our citizens to tell them to be prepared, to tell them what they can do in the event of a terrorist attack, or an active shooter. and it was a call to attention for our citizens to say you're the first line of defense in an active shooter scenario. >> and the scenario is and we just went over this in the break a little bit, the response time for the san bernardino law
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enforcement was incredible, four minutes. but guess what? 14 were dead and 20 were wounded in that same time. so you essentially are saying people, to a degree, you're on your own. >> well, what we're saying is that the best law enforcement agencies in the country have response times in minutes and a violent criminal can take their life in seconds. so it's a known fact that the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun so we're looking for our citizens to either have the ability to eliminate the threat, or at the very least stall it until the cavalry can arrive. >> i want you to hear another commissioner, commissioner ray kelly, a lot of experience, says this about what you're saying. >> i'm concerned about the wholesale increase of people carrying guns. by definition they're not going to be particularly well trained. police officers are, obviously, much better trained. and if you have a tumultuous situation where someone who is not well trained takes out a
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gun, you know, you can have just compound that mayhem. >> is his concern warranted, sheriff? >> you know, first of all, as i said, i have absolute faith in our citizens to help us protect our communities. we have incredible former military veterans former law enforcement officers across the board that are capable of helping us and more importantly protecting themselves. so everybody's entitled to their own opinion, but i think right now, people are looking for immediate solutions to protect them and their families. and our agency and my position has been we are going to give our citizens every ability we can to protect themselves. >> you know, messages to the would-be terrorists, that state might be armed. i might walk into that building, and i might be facing force because they want an easy target. >> there's no doubt about it. i mean they're going to target the weak, or what they consider to be a gun-free zone for
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example. and you know, we want them to know that americans have had enough. it's time to stand up. it's time to unite. not only as citizens but as state and national leaders and say we're going to protect us. we're going to protect our families. and we're going to protect the values of our country. >> get that word fear out of it. when people can take action the fear goes away. sheriff wayne ivey giving a strong message and the country is taking notice. thanks so much for joining us, sheriff, best of luck. >> thank you for having me this morning. >> no problem. we change gears in the final hour, it was booted from one of the biggest college football teams in the nation over his addiction to alcohol. now former usc coach steve sarkisian is suing for $30 million. saying it's a disability. and the animals have invaded our green room. we've got the cutest babies in the animal kingdom. we've done a poll, including coffey the kangaroo. he is somewhere in that building. someone find him before hemmer does. ♪
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good morning to you. today is tuesday, december 8th. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. donald trump facing a firestorm from both sides of the political aisle after his call to keep muslims from coming to america. >> they don't want our system. and have no sense of reason, or respect for human life. >> will this actually do anything to his front-runner status? laura ingraham does not think so. she's live with us in a moment. >> meanwhile the fbi is uncovering a trail of terror. the mysterious deposit into the killers' bank account, right before the san bernardino rampage. what was that about? >> and america's police in action.
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>> shots fired. shots fired. >> he's shooting at us. >> chasing a suspect who is hanging out of the window, shooting at them, the dramatic chase is caught on camera. we showed you some of it. we'll show you more because mornings are better with friends. thank you for joining us at this hour on "fox & friends." we now have the statement by donald trump dominating the headlines this morning. watch. >> these are people who only believe in jihad. they don't want our system. they don't want our system. and have no sense of reason or respect for human life. we can't live like this. it's going to get worse and worse. you're going to have more world trade centers. it's going to get worse and worse, folks. we can be politically correct, or we can be stupid. but it's going to get worse and worse. they are recruiting by the
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thousands. they're leaving our country. and then when they come back we take them back. oh, come on back. where were you? i was fighting for isis. oh, come on back, go home, enjoy yourself. when they leave our country, and they go to fight for isis, or any of the other groups, they never come back. they never can come back. they never can come back. they can never, ever, ever, ever come back. it's over. >> sparks are flying. how everyone from the gop to the democratic candidates and the media are hammering him. >> but is he resonating? laura ingraham joins us right now. i watched last night. you believe that, to a degree, donald trump has to walk these comments back, right? >> i think that there are a couple different things going on. in the hysterical response to what he said, people are missing. number one, we found out in san bernardino that authorities missed a lot of obvious signs.
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terror signs. terror red flags. they missed the fact that malik did not have a legitimate address. on her official documents to come into the country. they missed that completely. they missed the fact that she had family ties to radicalism. they missed the fact that apparently there were lots of people and lots of ammo and guns being delivered to this one house because some woman who was a neighbor who was so afraid to speak out for political correctness concerns that that went unreported. there were a lot of things that have been missed by the federal government, and by local authorities, and i think a lot of it is because there are so many inputs, so much information coming at them at one time, that oftentimes it's hard to cycle through it. and sift through it. and find out who is the threat and who is not the threat. so all of that exists. i think a lot of people and we're going to get into the gun issue, how many people are buying guns. a lot of people are just afraid. they think another san bernardino is going to happen. trump comes out with a proposal, regarding the muslims. he said last night with greta that it wouldn't apply to people who are in our military, they
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would be brought back. or people who are already living here. so he's not talking about mass deportation of muslims. however, there's another thing going on. everybody in the establishment on both sides, they want trump out of this race. they want him out of the race from the very beginning. this is, they believe, their opportunity to get him out of the race. that is going to put the people that support trump back on their heels. i think they're going to dig in. they're going to keep supporting trump. and we could very well see, because of this, and despising what he stands for on nationalism and so forth, this could ultimately lead to a crisis at the convention. where the republican party basically rips itself apart to prevent him from becoming the nominee. i really believe we're headed toward that. i think there's too much money and too many people who think that someone like him would be an utter disaster for trade, for immigration. and they've got to stop him. they think this gives him -- gives them that opportunity.
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unlike any of the other things he said. so that's where i think we are right now. >> laura, no doubt you know, you look -- you look on all the other channels, and everybody's talking about how much they hate it. except for people who, as you said, feel the frustration. i'm looking at the e-mail machine. >> right. >> north of 75% of our viewers like the idea. besides he said it was temporary until people can figure things out. >> right. >> we had his son, donald trump jr., on this program about a half an hour ago. and he relayed a story about the driver who drove the town car that he rode over here in. we want to share that with our audience. >> yes. >> listen to this. >> driver that you sent, this is not someone i've ever met before, very personable guy goes just wanted to introduce myself mr. trump and i'm a muslim. i'm thinking oh, boy this is going to be interesting. he said honestly i'm so for everything your father is saying because i went back two years ago to my country and my brother-in-law who came with us on vacation was kidnapped, held for ransom.
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i don't want to see that here. it was amazing to see. because i thought i was going to get a lecture. and i understand that because again, it's a sensitive issue. no one is going to disavow that. but he said that to me and that was just such an incredible statement. because it's true. he's looking to protect americans first and foremost. >> laura, this isn't that different than what donald trump has called for in the past which is a pause on immigration to figure out what's going on. >> but is it constitutional? >> well, that's -- that's a big, big question. i think that's a separate question. but that's a very important question. look, i do believe there are ways to talk about this that are both really smart, and really substantive. and the nuggets of information that our federal government are either keeping from the people, because it's too inflammatory, not being discussed, i think when people start hearing that wait a second, how many people did we let into the country legally every year? 1.7 million. 250,000-plus are muslims. or from muslim nations. most people think, okay, that's -- we have muslims are
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good people, they're doing great things, that's fine. but why are that many people from one, you know, one sector coming into the country? i think a lot of people just don't understand this. and i think talking about our overall safety, security, and economy, in terms of all the facts that are out there, is a legitimate thing to do. i do think, though, this will dominate the discussion. and they are going to seek to distract him from his overall message over the next i think this is going to go on and on and on. i don't think maybe he'll walk back his comments. maybe he'll reframe them slightly. but i think the establishment on the left and on the right, you saw chris christie coming out. they are going to beat this until the last dog dies. >> you're right. >> laura you mention americans don't feel safe it seems to be a feeling that definitely is real right now in the united states. >> yes. >> on black friday more americans had their backgrounds checked to buy guns than any other single day on record. brian just did a shegment with a sheriff in florida who is calling for his citizens there in his county to arm themselves.
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we haven't seen a spike like this. >> again, i think there's a lack of trust and belief that the government is going to protect the people. i think they see the immigration question. they see political correctness stopping people from reporting things. and so i think people say, look, four minutes was a short response time for san bernardino. it was amazing. >> it was good. >> we still had 14 people dead. so i think people are being responsible. they're going through background checks. they're going to get gun safety classes. they're going to be proficient in firearms use. and i agree with john lott more guns in the hands of people who can use them is going to be less crime, probably less terror. >> laura, how many hijackings were prevented because they think there could be an air marshal on that plane with a gun or trained to suppress somebody. we don't know if they have them or not. >> yeah, making a list, checking it twice we're trying to find out who's naughty and nice. if only our immigration sis 3e78 would be as discerning as santa
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is on his christmas list. >> question for you, donald trump, do his ratings go up or go down? >> i don't think they're going to be hurt by this. i just don't. i think he -- look at the response, that crowd last night. most people say well maybe it's a little harsh, but you know, we're really afraid and we think we have to take a pause. take a pause on immigration until we have more confidence in vetting people who are coming here. period. >> all right. laura's got to go do her radio show. laura, thank you very much. >> good to see you guys. take care. >> all right. it is nine minutes after the top of the hour and heather nauert has been very busy. another fox news alert. >> that's right. we've got a lot of stuff going on today. there was an overnight scare for passengers on an air france flight when an anonymous threat forced that emergency landing in montreal. it was flight 83, it was headed from san francisco to paris, when the pilot asked to land five hours after takeoff. the nature of that threat is still not known at this hour. investigators say that they found nothing after an initial search of that plane.
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all 231 passengers and 15 crew members are safe. but this is the third time in recent weeks that a threat has forced an air france plane to make an emergency landing. a dangerous high speed police chase ends in a deadly confrontation. take a look at this. >> shots fired. shots fired. >> he's shooting at us. >> driving that car, a suspected carjacker, hanging out of the window of that car, firing at officers. the entire time. he then rams into multiple cars on the road before he crashed into a patrol car, again opening fire on officers. more than ten officers fired back. eventually killing that suspect. several officers and other drivers had to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries. that happening in seattle. he was fired after allegedly showing up to work drunk. slurring his words and swearing at this kickoff event back in october.
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no usc head football coach steve sarkisian is suing his former employer for $30 million. his lawyer says alcoholism is a disability. saying that usc broke the law by firing him rather than helping him get help. he now wants the school to pay for breaking his contract, and causing him emotional harm. what do you think that story? well the last eight candidates for "time" magazine's 2015 person of the year now released. on the list vladimir putin, donald trump and the leader of isis abu bakr al baghdadi. they put him on that because he created that self-declared caliphate and he got his followers to stage attacks in countries all over the world. the winner will be revealed tomorrow. but to put this one in perspective. the ebola doctors won it in 2014. so hope they don't make al baghdadi. >> i didn't even know "time" magazine was still in business. >> great point, steve. >> if al baghdadi wins the award
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malik had been radicalized for some time. we've also learned that that room where they shot and killed 14 people and injured 21 others, had an active shooting drill last year inside of that room. it's unclear if farook was part of the active shooting drill, but sources do tell us that he did plan on more damage inside that room. he and his wife left those ieds behind. those pipe bombs. we've now learned they wanted those to go off when first responders got to the scene. it comes as federal authorities are taking a hard look at the money trail. they've told us that between the guns, the thousands of rounds of ammunition, and the materiel for ieds inside the apartment that all could have totalled about $30,000. we've now learned from sources that farook received a deposit of more than $28,000 two weeks before the shooting. he then may have taken $10,000 and authorities are trying to find out if he gave that $10,000 to enrique marquez. the man who authorities say legally purchased the ar-15s, used in the shooting.
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marquez now evidently cooperating with the fbi. then there were three transfers of $5,000 that apparently went to farook's mother. authorities want to know where did the money come from? and the fbi tells us, at the least, the money and the fact that they went to a gun range in the days leading up to the shooting, shows that they had planned to kill as many people as they could for quite some time. >> we have found evidence of planning, participation, financing. >> we will get to the bottom of this. and we want to find out everyone who has -- who participated in the preplanning, if there was anyone else. >> "the new york post" reporting this morning that farook's father has been added to the terror watch list. you may remember he gave an interview to an italian newspaper saying that his son supported isis. also, they've been talking to his mother, we know they've been questioning her at length, trying to find out how she could not know anything about what her son and daughter-in-law were
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planning. we know that it was the same household that she was living in, the same household that they had guns, they had ammunition and materiel to make 19 pipe bombs. guys, back to you. >> will carr live in redlands, california. thank you very much. >> you think grandma was wondering about, now why do we have so many pipe bombs around the house? >> all right we'll keep you posted on all the news out of redlands. in the mean time, coming up the search for the brother of reality star kristin cavallari takes a strange new twist. what he was doing just before he went missing. they have found his abandoned car. >> and decking the halls can come with some hazards. ♪ >> up next -- >> brian, do that. >> all right, let me do that. >> we're going to tell you how decorating your christmas tree can send you to the flj room?
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at 23 minutes past the top of the hour we have some quick headlines caught on camera edition for you. a cop's wife stealing christmas presents from another cop's front porch in florida? she snatches the gifts, then returns them. but only after this video was posted online. now she is charged with burglary. and this workers at a burger joint seen fighting back after an armed robber tries to take the money. the suspect was able to run away but was arrested a few hours later and had to get treatment from the restaurant beatdown. and -- is this the worst parking job ever?
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you decide. this video from the philippines shows a supposed parking expert taking over for a driver having trouble, instead he backs up into some motorcycles, and careens into parked cars. so much for his expertise. brian i hope you park better than that. >> i do. all right, more video from the philippines later. ever gotten a few bumps and bruises while trying to decorate your christmas tree for example? >> how are we going to get the star on top? >> i got it. every year an average of 15,000 people really get hurt, not in the movies while holiday decorating. here with some great safety tips is allison jacobson, she is the safety mom, she is going to bring us through a safe christmas. let's begin on the ladder.
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first off, don't climb up this side, correct? >> well let's start with don't climb on a chair. don't pile things up, and certainly don't abuse the ladder. >> i don't care how big your tree is or how high the ceiling is you don't want us on the top step. >> exactly. stay down, too, and make sure someone is is there watching you. they really got your back. >> exactly. >> this is an example of a safe toy for a kid. >> or a safe decoration. you don't want anything with small parts that are going to be choking. look at the poinsettia. does it look real? >> i thought it was. >> this is what you need to get. poinsettia is poisonous to pets, kids, get the fake stuff. looks beautiful. >> sorry florists and nurseries. when it comes to extension cords. >> here's the problem. you've got so many extension cords running around the tree. look at this. it's got outlets going all the way up. you don't want more than two extension cords so you just need one. it's got outlets up the way up to the lights. keeps it nice and safe.
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>> so for a seven foot tree, two should do it. if you have one of those big vaulted ceilings get one of the really long extension cords rather than two or three. >> exactly. exactly. now, look at this. this is a client i work with, 260 fires every year from christmas trees. and it's a tragedy. this is an ornament, it goes on the tree. it detects if there's a fire or heat and it wirelessly sends an alarm remotely so you have time to get out of the house fast. it's going to be available next year. >> it's not even ready yet. >> it's not. but you can preorder. >> when it comes to candles, don't. >> no. because how many times we go to sleep and forget the beautiful candles. these are gorgeous. they're electric. you don't have to worry about them. battery operated. >> we're not the colonists. the minute men are done. >> no fragile ornaments. whether you have little kid, pets, shatter. and no real mistletoe. no poisonous -- >> that will kill you? >> exactly. i brought this one, this is mine with my daughter shopping,
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right? so that's why easy, plastics, you don't have to worry. beautiful. home made ornaments. >> you're not going to get hurt. >> exactly. and if you have little kids you should not have the glass ornaments. they're going to knock them down. >> also little kids none on the level below. they don't need it, keep everything up so they can't reach them. >> you have a fantastic story. you lost a child at a very young age. >> i did. i lost my first son to sudden ingrant death syndrome in 1997. >> your mission? >> s.i.d.s. is unpreventable and unpredictable. if i could save one child's life. i would have done something to honor my son conner. >> for conner and everybody else, that's why you are the safety mom. have a great christmas. >> you, too. >> straight ahead. by the way, i got to thank dee's nursery for donating this great tree. i believe someone here should take this home. maybe even you. been good all day. straight ahead the search for the brother of reality star kristin cavallari takes a
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>> i'm going to wet my pants. >> don't do that. >> oh! >> how cute is that? it's your shot of the morning. three little girls' reaction to an early christmas gift. it's going viral. it's an adopted baby brother. >> oh, my goodness. >> under the tree. >> stop saying that. >> the dallas, texas, parents brought the little babe nathan home after telling the girls they were out christmas shopping. they posted the video, and this picture to facebook. the christmas list on the left reading my christmas wish list for my mom and dad to have the baby they desire. >> how adorable is that? >> wow. >> and a merry christmas. >> merry christmas. >> it almost looks like a doll. >> i mean -- >> you know what i love how happy those little ones are for their mom and dad. as happy as they were -- they were happy for their mom and dad. that was pretty awesome. >> they'll have that forever. >> yes. >> this is what happened the day we brought him home. >> little miracle, in fact.
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>> they stop brawling on thanksgiving -- >> that's later. >> we're going to see some video here on youtube, honey. >> all right. >> oh, heather nauert is standing by. we have a busy show. lots of fun little animals coming up. >> we do. >> before that let's do babies and animals for three hours, shall we? do have some serious news and it's a fox news alert. the olympian blade runner oscar pisteoious has been granted bail days after his manslaughter conviction was changed to murder. pistorius will be released and placed under house arrest at his uncle's home until sentencing takes place next year. he'll be allowed to leave for a few hours each day as he wears an electronic monitoring bracelet. he faces a minimum of 15 years in jail for killing his girlfriend, reeva steenkamp back in 2013. a california sheriff's department announcing it has made three separate arrests after a trio of incidents involving the helicopter pilots getting blinded by laser pointers. this has been a recurring
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problem in contra costa county near oakland. deputies there say all three crimes are unrelated and each of these suspects striking on different nights from different locations. the only thing they have in common, all three managed to get busted by the police chopper's onboard infrared technology. it had no problems tracking them down. just days before he vanished without a trace, this morning we are learning that kristin cavalieri's brother was arrested with a loaded shotgun on him. michael cavallari was booked in a california jail briefly after police say he had been making threats against a woman in that state but he was never charged with a crime. the day after thanksgiving his car was found running, and with the air bag deployed on a utah highway. but he hasn't been seen since. kristin cavallari breaking her silence releasing this childhood photo saying i appreciate all the concerns, thoughts and prayers that have been extended to me and my family. we are wishing them the very best. well, a pregame prayer by air force football players may
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be provoking isis? what? the military religious freedom foundation says that images like these could be used in isis propaganda. the group says, quote, this is a putrid example of fundamentalist christian supremacy, triumphalism and exceptionalism and it has to stop. the players have allegedly complained to the group about praying before the games. the air force says it is now investigating that claim. what do you think of that story? e-mails pouring in on this one. what does everybody saying this morning, guys? >> all right. for example vernon rice simply states whatever happens to our -- our -- to for god and country. >> that's right. >> and army sergeant first class jonathan preston says, please do not allow the founder of the military religious freedom movement to gain momentum. these attacks on soldiers, units and traditions are hostile, and disgusting. what do you think?
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e-mail us, friends@foxnews.com. or facebook us or tweet us. >> i always love that moment when players come together in the middle of the field. to god be the glory. more of a moment of unification. >> and it is voluntary. and that's the key. >> maria molina is outside, telling us about this wintry weather. it feels kind of warm ka. >> not bad. it's a little chilly. when you're standing in a dress and just a coat outside it's not exactly very pleasant. >> that's what brian said. >> we can test it out again later. >> you put some pants on, and it's just fine out across the northeast. definitely is not bad at all out here. we're looking at pretty mild temperatures across parts of the plains and also into the southeast today. so get out and enjoy it. there is a wave that's swinging through parts of the midwest. we will be seeing some rain showers by tomorrow, even some snow showers across parts of the great lakes. nothing really significant. what is major is the storm system out west. i want to share with you some video out of portland, oregon, where they have been experiencing flash flooding because of this storm system
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rolling through. and it's been bringing in about three inches of rain. but, you could get an additional six to eight inches of rainfall out here over the next several days. so we do expect these problems to continue and then as you head into the higher elevations, you're going to be looking at significant snowfall, as well. one to two feet possible in the cascades, and the california, sierra and also in the northern rockies. so places like wyoming, idaho are going to get hit with a lot of snow, as well. let's head back inside. >> thank you, maria. >> thank you about this. he is one of the most recognizable cartoon characters ever. >> oh, honey -- i think my tummy is reminding me it's time for breakfast. >> is that yogi? but did you know -- >> that's winnie the pooh! >> you know that winnie the pooh is based off a real animal and we have one of them with us this morning. >> that's right. some of the most adorable animals on the planet is stephanie hardy from mutual of omaha's wild kingdom. so this little member of the raccoon family was the
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inspiration for winnie the pooh? >> that's what they say, yeah. and the reason for that is not because they thought it was a little bear but actually it's because they love to eat honey. they are fruit eaters. >> and bananas. >> what's weird is they're one of the only mammals that are carnivores that primarily heat fruit and honey and nectar and they have a really long tongue that can get 11 to 15 inches long. >> take that gene simmons. >> no kidding. >> it is a member of the raccoon family. >> they are a member of the raccoon family. they're nocturnal and ash real. they have a semiprehensile tail. sometimes they even hang on it, as well. people think they're monkeys. >> for a nocturnal guy he's certainly awake right now. >> yes, he is. and this is a baby. >> not a good pet? >> absolutely not. >> it's an animal in a bag. >> this is sweet little poppy. we were hanging out in the green room before. i love this little baby
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kangaroo. >> why do you keep the kangaroo in a bag? >> we know that kangaroos are marsupials. they like to spend time in the pouch when they're joeys. when they're born -- she's like no i don't want that banana. >> do you have any grasses or greens? >> when they're born they're about the size of a jelly bean and they crawl all the way up into mom's pouch to drink milk all by themselves and spend about six to eight months in the pouch before mom's like oh, you're getting big and kicks them out, says go to college. get out of here. >> and then you grab a bag and raise them? >> well, in this case -- >> the mom isn't around? >> yes, come to mom, i'll love you. no in this case the mother is at the michigan zoo, and so was unable to care for her, so we are able to care for them. we keep her in a pouch because she feels really safe and comfortable still being in this position.
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when she gets out she'll be about four feet tall. >> do they like people? >> when you go to australia and try to walk up to them, they're a lot like skittish and frantic deer. they're like the deer of australia. >> this guy is running already. >> this is a capybara. hold on. hold on. this is the largest rodent, and they're very fast. and very sweet. >> he doesn't like anything you're doing. >> okay, there we go. >> i'm going to take off running. okay, this is the largest animal in the rodent family. believe it or not. they have that beaver looking face but no beaver tail. they are similar to a guinea pig. they can get to be about 175 to 200 pounds. >> what? >> and they spend most of their time in the water a lot like a hippo in africa. they let their eyes, nose and ears stick out watching for pred fors like jaguars. >> what do they eat? >> they only eat about five to
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seven plants mostly around in the water in south america and they are usually, think of it this way, they're eating plants, going to another area of the lake, and putting out more vegetation. >> well thank you. >> stephanie, thank you very much. check out her mutual of omaha wild kingdom website series at wildkingdom.com. >> it's like a rat on steroids. >> imagine if i put her down. she would be sprinting. >> she is eating your hair. >> i'd be sprinting if you put her down. >> they're very fast jumpers. >> let's see how fast we can clear the studio. >> thank you very much. >> thanks so much for having me, guys. >> you are a good wrangler. >> coming up the department of homeland security is rolling out a brand-new terror alert system. but the old one, never used. peter johnson jr. predicted a change was coming. he is next live from california.
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the u.s. department of homeland security announcing an overhaul to its terror alert system. >> i believe that we need to do a better job of informing the public at large of what we are seeing removing some of the mystery about the global terrorist threat and what we are doing about it and what we're asking the public to do. >> what happened? did the federal government finally realize people are sick of being in the dark all the time? peter johnson jr. predicted this. >> while americans are on edge, especially here in new york, and when you see it with all our friends and family in new york and washington, and los angeles, and in the heartland, and in the south, everywhere, people are saying, what is the government telling us? the government is not telling us anything. >> fox news legal analyst peter johnson jr. first looked into the terror alert system weeks
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ago and discovered they never use it. he joins us this morning from l.a. peter? >> yeah, for the government, ignorance has been bliss and so now jeh johnson says we're going to do it differently. they got a color coded system and it got a lot of democrats upset in the past. there's too much information. you're upsetting too many people. what does orange mean? what does red mean? they said we'll start something else. we'll set up a twitter feed. we'll set up a facebook page. we'll set up a win page. and we're going to provide information when something is either elevated, as a threat, or imminent as a threat. but you know, steve, they didn't send out one tweet, post one thing on the facebook, or send out one alert. not before the attack that we had in san bernardino. not before paris. not before anything. so now they're saying, well we need to have some better advisory system. that's fine. and we need that in america, because a lack of understanding and education causes fear and causes panic and it causes silly
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behavior and silly statements. especially by elected leaders and people running for the presidency. i think we need an advisory system. but more importantly we need education. >> sure. >> two things. they say see something, say something. hear something, say something. what are we hearing? what are people saying? who do we report it to? let's get numbers of the fbi up. we'll be doing that in the next couple days. sh they can call, how they exactly anonymously report what they believe to be terrorism in their own communities. >> right. >> at the same time we need education in terms of our children. we know the average age of isis recruits is 26. 86% of them are men. most of them are american citizens or permanent residents. and they range in age from 15 years old, to a 47-year-old veteran. but we also know that the numbers of people going to syria
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to fight with isis are down. because the isis folks have said, stay in america, and do harm here. so, advisory system gets better. we need to know what to do when we say see something, say something. >> right. >> and then we need to educate our children as to really what's going on with this issue at this point. >> that's very helpful, peter. because there was a neighbor to farook who was wondering what was going on in the neighborhood. she saw comings and going, she wanted to call somebody but she didn't want to be thought of as a racist. >> absolutely, political correctness is something that we have to explain to people what politically correct means. politically correct means, sustaining the united states of america. we do want to discriminate. we don't want to put miss limbs in camps. we don't want to go back to japanese internment that some
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folks have talked about. we want a free america that respects all people. but at the same time, how do we report something when we see something? and how do communities speak up? that's the best terror advisory going forward and we need it. >> because ultimately we just want to be safe. peter johnson joining us from the l.a. bureau. thank you. >> good to see you. >> good to see you. >> coming up on this tuesday, how about having some horse power roll out from underneath the christmas tree? the exclusive "fox & friends" details to get these $170 remote control toys for $30. hey mcmellin' you gellin'? i'm gellin' and zinfandellin'. and so is my new bride, helen mcmellin' i'm so happy my eyes are wellin' dr. scholl's massaging gel insoles are so soft they make your feet feel outrageously comfortable. i'm gellin you're so not gellin' dr. scholl's
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