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kids should read the books to enrich their understanding of a world that wasn't always like the one they're born into. >> dustin says this is a great american classic that stimulates curiosity in our students. thank you for joining us. it's great to see you. "fox and friends" starts right now. good morning, it is tuesday, december 15th. imt heather childers in for elisabeth hasselbeck. the feds did not look at the extreme social media posting of the terrorists bfr letting her into the u.s. have you heardis? apparently the reason. because they didn't want to offend anyone. the shocking policy claims ahead. the stage is set in sin city las vegas as republicans prepare to face off in their final debate of this calendar year. donald trump jumps to his largest lead yet in the polls. >> the other candidates should be thankful because i'm giving them a chance to make total
fools of themselves. >> and he's just getting started. more from the donald and the polls straight ahead. pregame rally. first the pledge was dropped, then one school tried to give santa the boot. that's when this mom brought her fight to "fox and friends." >> i hope we will bring santa back. it gives our kids a big imagination to believe. >> is that too much to ask? this morning a big victory for that mom in brooklyn. and common sense. because let me just remind you, mornings are better with friends. hi everybody. live from studio e here in the heart of midtown manhattan. "fox and friends." heather childers is joining us. >> you've been warming up for an hour. >> you're ready to go. >> ready to go. >> all about the news.
>> we'll start with something you probably saw yesterday. the president of the united states went over to the pentagon for a 90-minute briefing to find out what's going on with isis. he came out and looked to according to "time" magazine, he couldn't get behind the podium fast enough. he was trying to runoff. he had a few words to say, about seven minutes. essentially said we're in the right direction even though isis is making gains around the world. hit us in california. >> oh, yeah, i had 9,000 air strikes, we dropped a bunch of bombs. november was the all-time high. if you factor in the fact that we should have been doing this as a brisker pace for the last year and a half, if you want to factor in the fact every day they stay in business, they get a million dollars or more to bring into that organization, if you factor in a russian airliner blown up and the stabbings that were taking place in england, you see that isis is spreading. they're not going anywhere.
and the fact that they haven't gotten any ground does not release the fact that 70% of syria now belongs to isis in the area. >> 56% of americans say that they don't believe that the military is doing enough in the fight against isis. i think that definitely has something to do with why the president is speaking out as frequently as he seems to be. >> people are afraid. especially since they hit it in san bernardino. >> when you look at the woman, tashfeen malik, screen right, right there. she wound up getting a green card. as it turns out, she went through the vetting process three different times and yet they did not catch the fact that she had posted all sorts of crazy jihad stuff on her facebook page. why? well, according to the daily caller, they found out that apparently the department of homeland security may monitor americans' social media accounts to make sure nobody is
bad-mouthing the department of homeland security. you and i, they might be looking at. but immigrants on visa applications, they're not looking, because they don't want to be accused of trampling on their rights. all they need is a google to figure out she was a jihadi. they didn't do it because they, the department of homeland security didn't want to hurt anybody's feelings. i got news for you. 14 people are dead out in the west coast because nobody looked into her social media. >> in 2012, she posted her feelings for isis and al qaeda. in 2014 she did it again. next thing you know she's killing people in the inland empire with her pseudofictional husband. here's the i had i don't si of this job. >> if you flip burgers, let alone doing something sensitive, what is the hr department going to do? they're going to look at your
social media posting. are you a normal person? are you crazy? do you post up anti-social? why do we have these huge conspiracies, huge things about nsa method data collection if the immigration services can't look at your facebook page? >> okay. so they could not look at immigrants, but they can look at any social media criticism here i inside the united states. which when you think about it, it sounds like they're trying to crackdown on our first amendment rights. >> there's a similar situation with the boston bombers as well. they had posted some things on social media here in the united states. i don't know if it's just what you're posting on social media or perhaps what your background is that makes them more inclined to look at some and not others. they're concerned about being labeled someone that's looking at someone's based on their background. >> they were here in the united states. >> right. >> posting stuff.
i'm sure it popped up on somebody's screen. for her to go through the screening process three times, for them to miss it, there's a lot of egg on someone's face. >> they loved steve emojis. >> they did that here. >> lol. >> you must have engineers working full-time. i'm sure it doesn't stop here. some people say we have to find out what is going on. speaking of that person, the fifth debate and the last one of this year will take place tonight. when donald trump takes center stage, he's going to have the wind at his back and a bounce in his step because this "washington post" poll will back up what he's said all along, that he's going to win the nomination. >> this came out this morning. you're seeing it first here. donald trump, look at this is leading the pack with 38%. he more than doubled ted cruz, ben carson continues to tumble. marco rubio at 12. jeb bush squeaking along at 5 and then chris christie, john
kasich and everybody else is 1, 2 or 0% right there. meanwhile, this pretty much backs up a poll from monmouth university that came out yesterday. who would you support for president? look at this. donald trump at 41% followed by ted cruz, march quo rubio, pretty much the same thing. both polls came out after donald trump made hi comments about temporarily barring muslims from coming into the country. the conventional wisdom with the pundit class, this is going to destroy him. you know what, his numbers actually went up. we have a preview of what's in store. he was in vegas last night. listen to this. >> the other candidates should be thankful because i'm giving them a chance to make total fools of themselves in front of millions of people. but no, honestly, i'm doing a good job for the republican party. people are able to get their votes out. i think tomorrow night, i think
it's going to be big. and they're all coming after me. i heard today, i'm watching, saying man this is like crazy. who is going to attack trump first? will it be this one? you know, he's taken down seven so far. you know, if you look, so far everyone that's attacked me has gone down the tubes. >> the only thing different now is -- listening to marco and yesterday for the first time they were negative on donald trump for going after senator ted cruz saying essentially for ted cruz being ted cruz to get attacked, no one asked -- that was a bridge too far for levin and limbaugh who have an enormous a of power. >> do you think they'll go after each other in the debate tonight? >> yes. >> i don't think ted cruz was because he doesn't want to anger trump's outsider voters. i think there's a good possibility that donald trump
will say something like this since he's going to be in the middle and cruz next to him. i think trump is going to say i liked ted until he stabbed me in the back at that closed door meeting. a week or two ago. now i understand why every republican in washington, d.c. doesn't like him. >> maybe they'll have a flash dance danceoff to maniac. >> wouldn't that be cool. >> just be a shot of the lights. meaning you can have a body double. much like flash dance. >> no double for you. heather nauert, you're ready to give the news. >> lovely transition. good morning everyone. good morning. hope you're off to a good day. serious story to start out with. two stories this morning about isis in america. there is a former national guard soldier facing decades in prison for allegedly plotting to kill fellow soldiers here on u.s. soil. hasan edmonds is his names. he's accused of planning a tarkt a military armory in illinois
with assault rifles and grenades. and then in baltimore, an accused isis fighter claims he wasn't working for isis. he was trying to scam the terror group he says. he admits he was communicating with isis operatives, but only to con them out of $9,000 in a money wire. brand new drone regulations from the faa on the heels of an alarming new report about the dangers that they pose. starting next week, people will have to register their drones online for a $5 fee for drones weighing up to 55 pounds including all the attachments. they have until february 19th to register. flying a drone unregistered comes with stiff penalties. $27,000 for civil violations and $250,000 for criminal violations. that could include up to three years in jail. a new study also shows that one in every five drone incidents is a close encounter with a airplane. if you want that package to
make it in time for christmas, you better get to the post office asap. today is the last day for standard shipping. other deadlines coming up this saturday, the 19th. that's the last day for first class mail. december 21st is the final chance for priority mail. when you're cutting it close, december 23rd is the deadline for priority express mail. get ready to pay a whole lot for that. those are your headlines. no excuses now. >> i guess not. thank you very much. yesterday on this program, we brought you the story about a public school 169 in brooklyn. they got this new principal, a woman by the name of kim. about a year ago she came in and changed everything. very pc. thanksgiving replaced by the harvest festival. they dropped the pledge of allegiance and santa was banned. >> business as usual. >> at this school. this is not the policy of the new york schools. so yesterday we went off the air
at 9:00 in the morning. at 9:50 yesterday, the superintendent marched into that school, got a couple of fifth grade boys and they led a schoolwide recital of the pledge of allegiance that will be done every day going forward there. we had a woman talking about bringing back santa. he's not religious. she said this yesterday. >> i saw this letter roaming around, two of my colleagues at the school stating we're not allowed to have santa claus. i addressed her at a board meeting. why not santa claus. she said he's represented as st. nicholas who is also represented as a religious figure. i'm like, santa claus has been an americanized for so many years. we're trying to figure it out. we are in america. we're supposed to be proud of where we are. we have all these immigrants coming into our schools. we understand their beliefs, but we are in america. we need to keep the american
cre dream live. it's going to be back in play. >> yeah. >> gift giving and santa were old news, now they're new news. this happens more often than we know. my sister is a school teacher in atlanta. she had to remove santa from her door one year. it's based on individual principles. >> why doesn't your sister come on "fox and friends," we'll tell the story. >> after that, the principal came in after the superintendent came in, the principal sent out an e-mail and apologized for any confusion this may have caused. >> first santa, then frosty. 13 minutes now after the hour. >> the irs wants to collect your social security number if you donate to charity. could that open up the door to more targeting like the tea party scandal? stuart varney joins us next. good morning, stu. it's raining men. meet the shirtless hunk who has
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to some type of targeting that we saw during the tea party scandal? >> let's talk to stuart varney. he's on fox business, the fastest growing network in tv during this past calendar year. congratulations. >> i believe we are. that's pretty good. let's talk about this. if i give money to my church or if i give it eye fireman's organization or anybody, they want me to give my social security number to the charity. >> yes. they want -- that's what they want you do. >> money and my number. >> you give money to the church, you write the check. under the irs rules, this is propos proposed. they want to get your social security number. they want to establish a bigger paper chain of who is giving what to whichollow the money. >> it's a little big brother-ish. the lois lerner scandal, tea party people were intimidated by the irs, targeted deliberately.
this is something along the same lines. it opens up the possibility of intimidation of people who have given to unpopular causes. >> why do they want do this? >> it's a paper trail. the financial police. they want to know what you're doing with your money and trace every single move you make. they're giving you more money, you get more government. more bureaucracy. think of this for a second from the charity's point of view. you give them your social security number along with your check. they've got to keep that information secure. >> sure. >> it's now up to them to spend money to secure it. >> small churches or small nonprofits have the money to secure. >> you got to have the frain structure to do it. they're saying hey, we want to make sure they're not writing down 20,000 or $25,000. we need to know they can verify this. >> i see the legitimacy, make a paper trail. if you make a deduction, the irs
wants to know it's you and your social security number. >> we have to sound off or suck it up? >> look, this is more government, more intrusive government. do you want that? do you want everything you ever do with every penny you ever spend to be traceable directly -- >> we want a smaller government. >> of course we do. bearing in mind, the lois lerner irs scandal, you want less government, less intimidation from the irs, not more. >> what's the likelihood that the public comment will make a difference? >> i'm sure the public comment will be anti-this rule. whether it makes a difference or not is another story entirely. >> you have a show from 9:00 to noon on the fox business network. >> three whole hours. >> he always ends with a band. i think that's a great idea. varney and company, good job. >> a band? >> he's making a joke. >> whatever you say. >> welcome to our land. >> let me tell you what's coming up. the san bernardino killer talks
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on this tuesday morning, we've got some international headlines for right now. here's one way to make a political statement. opposition leaders in kosovo release two tear gas canisters in parliament as they tried to pressure the government. the meeting continued in a separate room as the smoke cleared. genius. and a french preschool teacher coming clean about an isis stabbing hoax. the man first said he was attacked by a man shouting
support for the terror group in a suburb of paris. turns out, he made it up. it was a lie. he stabbed himself. that's some of the news. >> tashfeen malik, one of the killers in the san bernardino terror attack wrote about supporting violent jihad and praised 9/11 online for all the world to see if they were looking. but the feds weren't looking. they weren't allowed. and it was no mistake. reports show that there's a secret u.s. policy that blocks agents from looking at social media posts of these applicants. the reason, fear of bad p.r. and civil liberties backlash. how did that work out for the 14 killed and 21 wounded? joining us right now to discuss it is retired naval intelligence officer frank beau coe. this is outrageous. what's your reaction? >> i share your outrage, brian. it's ridiculous. we are essentially affording
nonu.s. persons in a pre immigration status the same constitutional rights as an american citizen or a legal resident. then there's the whole emotional factor here where we're actually doing it to spare people's feelings and bad pr blowback. it's unbelievable. >> bad p.r. from an applicant getting in or not getting into our country. we're worried about that. unbelievab unbelievable. 2014, homeland security jeh johnson refused to reverse this program. yesterday admiral kirby said this is should be a lessons learned thing. will they change this now, sflank. >> i really don't know, brian. this bureaucratic ball is so far afield. it's hard to say what's going on in the thousands of cases with immigration statuses around the world. the thing is, we're trying to afford these folks the courtesies and kindnesses and the good feelings, feelings of goodwill that we expect to be
reciprocat reciprocated. as we saw in san bernardino, these people have no intention whatsoever of reciprocating our goodwill. >> this is unbelievable that in you are due she wrote in 2012 and in 2014 her hatred to us, the praising of 9/11 and her adherence to isis or al qaeda. here in america, we're concerned about met a data collection which the president defended for acquiescing. it doesn't seem the american people, if aware, will allow this to stand. >> brian, it's just obscene. again, this is all done with the air that we're going to show these people how kind 57bd courteous and how loving and how respectful we are of their customs and privacy. the folks committed themselves to the path of jihad of isis or al qaeda have no intention of returning our kindness whatsoever. that has been paid for in blood, i'm afraid. >> with two in person
interviews, three background checks and she's here. frank, it leads me to this. who else is here? it's probably not just this renegade couple. there's probably somebody else whose social media would reveal their true beliefs who we have not checked. >> brian, there are literally countless cases globally. these embassies and consulates abroad are flooded with people on a daily basis who are in the same immigration status that malik was in the months before she came here. we're not going to be able to play catch-up with this. it's a mess. >> but it's got to change today. admiral kirby, you indicated it might. it has to. it's up for people to speak up. frank, thanks so much. >> thanks, brian. >> not just republicans. democrats too. straight ahead, want to be an astronaut. nasa started taking applications. he went through the training program 57bd we'll show you how he did. a guardian angel captured on
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>> good for you. he's ethan reno. now known as the shirtless wonder in chicago. where obviously it was chilly because look at the reporter, he's wearing a coat. >> that's what they gave him. he took advantage of his air time on the chicago's wgn to advertise that he's looking for the right match. >> who needs match.com when you have a chest like that. >> great for cable in chicago. >> just over the air. directv. >> he's very direct. it is now 27 minutes before the top of the hour. heather has all sorts of headlines. >> how are you doing? >> call you on it. right, ladies? got headlines now. hope you're off to a good day. hundreds of women launching a class action lawsuit against a popular celebrity as seen on tv hair care product. they say it's making their hair fall out. 200 claims have been filed in 40 states so far arguing that wen hair care, shampoos and
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oh, boy. a south carolina family says a guardian angel was watching over their loved one. take a close look at this picture. that loved one in a horrific car accident near anderson, south carolina. that angel they say can be seen in this photograph taken by a pastor who witnessed the entire thing. the pastor says he saw something coming out of the passenger's side of the window. the man was treated for a purng toured lung and has a broken collarbone and several broken ribs. he's otherwise okay. this was a pretty horrific accident. >> he takes the shape of somebody praying next to him. >> interesting. >> thanks, brian. >> i can't see it to be honest. >> different people see different things. depends on what they're looking for. going to talk about extreme weather now. winter's chill blowing through the western states with more than a foot of snow in salt lake city. that's expected to push into the upper midwest this morning.
>> not be jogging without a shirt on. >> here in the east coast, it's 30 degrees warmer than usual. the record highs for december may stick around a little longer. >> i almost feel like we're doing the weather. no, it's maria molina who went to school for this. hey, maria. >> good morning. another day of mild temperatures across the eastern u.s. we kind of have this pattern where it's very mild across the eastern u.s., then you have cold temperatures, then winter weather across the west. looking at the radar, we have snow stretching from montana down to colorado. we've been dealing with on and off snow showers across parts of new mexico. pretty widespread area looking at the that winter weather. winter storm warnings into parts of the plants and into the upper midwest. they could see 4 to 8 inches of snowfall out there as we head into tomorrow. now, that storm is going to be packing a punch with windy conditions. so watch out for dangerous conditions on the roads. there's a quick look at the forecast high temperatures. we can see very warm across the gulf coast.
ork city, a high e in the 70s. temperature at 60. meanwhile, farther west, in places like denver and rapid city. let's head back inside. >> maria, thank you very much. anybody who booked a trip to the rockies to go skiing over christmas, jackpot. >> better off walking, though. >> but you like a lot of snow. >> it was weird this morning, we had john roberts reporting in las vegas. he was freezing cold. here in new york in december it's warm. >> in chicago, he guy has no shirt. >> funny how you're fixating on that. >> you keep noticing. 23 minutes before the top of the hour. have you heard nasa is looking for a few good men and women as well. >> all right. the space agency opening up the application process this week. but they have a few requirements. you got to have a bachelors degree in a stem field. 3-plus years of related professional experience and the ability to pass a nasa astronaut physical. >> after getting called out by
astronaut scott kelly, pete went to houston to find out if he has the right stuff. take a look. >> ♪ >> so this is the a simulation of the space station. it's kind of the command center of the space station. >> we're in the middle of space and i'm taking a robotic arm trying to capture a tiny pin. stay on target. there we go. >> don't panic. >> dicey. >> locked it in. >> that was good. >> with my docking skills down, it's time for a workout. astronauts work out 2 1/2 hours a day in space and six days a week. >> can a nonastronaut, maybe a w juana bee astronauts -- scott said army guys can't do this.
>> on the average they run 40 to 50 minutes. >> my wife said i should have prepared for this. >> it looks like an incredible machine. tell me about it. >> it's how we lift weights in space. it takes lifting, i think, every day and a good effort every day to maintain what you had pre-flight. >> as a result, this machine remembers you're coming back stronger. as strong if not stronger in some cases. >> here we are at the virtual reality lab literally where astronauts learn how to spacewalk and maneuver around the space station. >> it's going to show people whether or not i have the chops to be an astronaut? >> definitely. >> "fox and friends," i got to say i love the view from the curvy couch. but this might be a little bit better. >> left and right. you'll see space station. >> oh, my goodness. >> i'd say this is a cross between a fly by wire supersonic jet and tractor. >> one day a version of this rover is what astronauts will
use to cruise across the red planet. >> you want to give it a spin? >> this doesn't feel right. >> going to get it. >> are you kidding me? >> whoa. yeah. i have to ask mike who is the first man ever to do a spacewalk on the space station, do i have what it takes to be an astronaut? >> you did really well. >> that's one way to put it. >> of course he does. he has what it takes, pete. >> they should run on the treadmill for 40 to 50 minutes generally to qualify. he was out of gas after he told us, after three minutes. >> so cool. >> he wasn't used to it. >> by the way, the odds are stacked against you. in 2013, 6,000 people applied. they took eight. if you're interested. >> wow. >> good luck. >> top of the class for sure. >> what's the name.
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are you surprised? >> yes. i'm surprised for a couple of reasons. one way to look at this, the guy knew what he was doing. >> he left a letter. >> he left a letter. he had fantasies that he was jason bourne and robert ludlum-based novel movies and five of his buddies were killed in the various efforts to bring him back. another way to look at this is, the chief investigators who investigated this case ended up testifying as witnesses for him. the jublg dge in the article 33 hearing, the equivalent of a grand jury order thad he not be tried, that he was so mentally ill and incapable of making proper decisions. so this is a head scratcher. i've never seen a case where the investigators testify for the defense. there's another very, very odd twist in here. that is, that his lawyer has been making noises in the legal community that if the case is
tried, big if, one of the defense witnesses will be either present or former president barack obama. oh, boy. >> which is a reason why it may never be tried while barack obama is president and he may order the mill tear toy cut a deal with this kid. >> he doesn't want that. i'm surprised it went this way. we've had a number of conversations about what should happen to him. >> right. >> there has to be consequences for what he did. >> so now instead of facing six months, which is what the judge in the article 32 hearing had ordered, which would have been set free, because he's served that much time. he's now facing two life sentences. could the government ask for death? yes. i don't think they will. because they probably would have announced that yesterday. but is there a basis for them to ask for it? yes, the basis is, as i stated earlier, innocent american troops were killed in an effort to retrieve him. >> one of the conversations that
we've had regarding bergdahl is even though it's the military, sometimes the pentagon is a political place. as you look at this decision, is it political? >> you know, i can't answer that. it's political from the president's perspective. one of the reasons he doesn't want it tried whether sitting or former president, it will become a judicial -- of senior taliban people for him. it's a very, very unusual case. i've never seen investigators testify for the defense and the article 32 judge's ruling rej t reject rejected. >> when is it going to happen? >> good question. >> after obama leaves office. >> i think he wants it to happen while he's still president so he can control the outcome. >> thank you very much, judge. straight ahead on this tuesday, the holiday can be especially stressful, especially on your marriage. why our next guest says brunch is the number one cause of
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welcome back. during the christmas season, maybe, for some people, might be easy to get stressed out. >> why are you looking at me? >> our next guest says slow down and enjoy the small stuff. >> you don't have a choice. sports columnist for "the wall street journal" does everything including writing this book, little victories, perfect rules for imperfect living. jason are you admitting you're imperfect? >> i have a ph.d. in imperfection. okay. this is an advice book for people who can't follow any advice. >> wow. >> it's rules for rule breakers. and i wanted to write a -- you know, i would go through the airport and i would see these beautiful books. i'd see your book. and i'd see these advice books that are promising six pack abs, they're promising three-hour work weeks, the most uncluttered home you'd ever seen in your entire life. can't relate. i live an imperfect life, brian. >> butte you're not even striving. that's the thing i find astounding. >> you've been doing ab workouts
for how many years? >> i've been doing it my entire life. my abdomen looks like flan. that's what it looks like. it's always looked like that. i'm all for striving and trying to be ambitious. but what little victories is about is about celebrating those kind of minor, mundane, daily things that happen, and embracing those. >> for example marriage. what do you embrace in marriage? >> well, we mention brunch going into the break. brunch is the actually the third leading cause of divorce in this country. >> what are you talking about? >> this is a scientific survey. okay now listen -- >> is this the argument about where to go for brunch? >> no, no, no. we're talking about a cultural divide. >> all right. >> okay. we want -- a marriage has to be in sync on brunch. some people like to have a four-hour breakfast. just sitting there, having those champagne mimosas. >> absolutely. >> wasting away the afternoon. i myself, i'd rather be dangled
upside down from a telephone pole than spending four hours eating breakfast. i want to get up and go and have my day. >> you're more the drive-thru. >> you have to have agreement on brunch. >> when it comes to brunch let's go into food then your advice on food? >> listen. i have two little ones at have 1-year-old. i eat all of my meals standing up. i mean, i eat all those little tiny chicken fingers, and dinosaur nuggets and all that. >> you use the scraps of your toddlers? >> i eat the toddlers' scraps. you cannot subsist on these things. a friend of mine actually gave me great advice. he looked at me and said you know, if you just don't eat the scraps left behind, the little sweet potato fries on your kid's plate you're going to lose some weight. sure enough, lost ten pounds. gained it all back. i'm back on the sweet potato fries. >> when was the last time you had solid food? >> oh, man. >> before the children, right? >> yeah, exactly. >> beets in the back room, just now. >> what about surviving, i don't know if "the wall street journal" has an office party or -- >> epic one. >> how do you survive an office
party? >> you ever heard of burning man? the holiday parties. listen i have a strategy for the holiday party. a lot of people get intimidated by it. worried, what they're going to say to the boss. this is called the grab and go. okay you walk into that holiday party and you go bee line right up to the boss and you just say something memorable. you compliment the party -- >> one thing? >> just one thing. make a big compliment, boom you're back in the taxi going home. you're watching tv at home within a half an hour. you don't even have to jump on the couch and pass out. >> you write you depart like you're nicolas cage walking away from an exploding van. >> that's the idea. >> and when you're back at home eating the kids' scraps. >> take a motivational book and turn it upside down you've got jason gay's book. >> you are my favorite columnist. >> nice of you to say. >> absolutely in "the wall street journal." check out his brand-new book, little victories. very funny. >> appreciate it guys. >> okay. >> there we go. >> paul krugman thought he was, steve, up until now. >> in what universe?
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>> and merely three years after her husband's death, taya kyle still has a lot on her mind. >> driving down the range road out here reminds me of him, and all the things that he taught me when we were out here. >> you never forget. we talk god, country and family with taya kyle and what she's doing to help keep the american sniper's memory alive for all of us. live from new york city, on this tuesday, you're watching "fox & friends." ♪ ♪ angels we have heard on high ♪ sweetly singing o'er the plains ♪ ♪ and the mountains in reply echoing their joyous strains ♪ ♪ gloria
>> how beautiful is that? home free, the country vocal band is going to be with us this hour. they have put together a fantastic video for those in the military who cannot be home this christmas. >> and it sounds to me like they've rehearsed this before. >> i don't know. you could join them. >> i'm about to start. it was just good to see ian in back shadow again. i haven't seen that since he testified against the mob. >> huh? >> how are you? >> good morning, nice to see you. >> thank you for helping us today. heather childers, as well. >> great to be here. >> meanwhile on this tuesday, the stage is set out in las vegas for the fifth and final republican debate of this calendar year. >> donald trump is surging in the polls. how many times have we said that today? and he drops some huge news about his health. >> fox news senior national correspondent john roberts is live in las vegas with a preview of the big night. good morning, john.
>> anna, steve, brian, good morning to you. good practice for iowa here this morning because the windchill is about 31 degrees here on the las vegas strip. you know, donald trump never does anything in a small way. we all know that. and his medical report is no different. according to his doctor, harold bornsteen, in a typical trump superlative he said if trump is elected president will will be, quote, unequivocally the healthiest individual ever elected president. donald trump said last night or yesterday rather that he benefits from having good genes, also never having smoked, never drank alcohol. also reveling in the results of that new monmouth national poll that show him with a 27-point lead over his next closest rival, 41%, compared to ted cruz, who sits now at 14%. at a big rally last night at the west lake casino here in las vegas, donald trump predicting a big victory in november if he becomes the republican nominee. >> if donald trump gets the nomination, and runs against
hillary clinton, it will be the wiggest election of all time in this country, and i think that's good. i think that's good. which is a good thing because a lot of people don't vote. >> but his republican competitor is predicting exactly the opposite, particularly now that the focus has moved to national security. listen to what former florida governor jeb bush told me yesterday. >> he's not electable. he's not a serious candidate, doesn't have serious views and as such would be eaten alive by hillary clinton. this guy is -- when national security becomes an issue, hillary clinton is very vulnerable and he takes away that advantage that we have. >> and the lineup is going to be a little different tonight here at the venetian hotel compared to what it was at the milwaukee fox business news debate. donald trump again will be center stage. he'll have ben carson on one side but look at this, ted cruz, who's been surging in the polls, particularly in iowa, will now be on trump's left, flanked by
bush and rubio and then the rest of the nine rounding out the rest of that interesting to point out, though, guys that chris christie back on the big stage again making a big push in new hampshire. he'll be trying to make some noise tonight. back to you. >> all right he's out in a chilly vegas, baby. john roberts, thank you very much. >> undoubtedly isis is going to come out tonight given the fact that there was an isis strike in san bernardino which you went out to in the aftermath, anna. and now we're learning more and more, the president went to the pentagon yesterday, he had a 90-minute briefing and essentially came out for five or six minutes and said this strategy is going to work. but as you look at what the federal government is currently do, it's a real head scratcher. how did tashfeen malik, the woman, formerly from pakistan, get into this country? because, even though she was vetted by three different parts of the federal government, she had a whole list of jihadi stuff on her facebook, and nobody looked at it.
>> well, first the president goes out yesterday to the pentagon with all his -- all his -- with the secretary of defense, with the vice president, with his cia director and just comes out and says, everybody, the fight against isis is going great. 9,000 airstrikes. we've had more bombings this month than ever before. he's neglecting the fact that it took him a year and a half even to bomb the oil. he's neglecting the fact that every day isis is in power they gain an enormous amount of strength. he's neglecting the fact that there was a bombing in paris, bombing in san bernardino. there was a stabbing in london. all from isis. because they have their headquarters in syria. >> well, it's great that we're hitting the tanker trucks and the oil wells and refineries. >> now. >> finally. but it does seem like the president of the united states is still trying to convince us that we are winning this global war on jihad. even though he doesn't want to call it razz cal islam or anything else. but it certainly doesn't feel like it to the american people, when you have these attacks like out in san bernardino, or the bataclan in paris. >> and then you wonder how these people got here and then you go
back and try to recreate the admission process, and you see this pseudo couple with their sham marriage and the fact that she got three background checks, and on her website, on her facebook page, in erdu back in 2012 praising the 9/11 attackers, and also adhering to isis and talking about isis and al qaeda which should have been a disqualifier. >> should have been. here's the thing, doesn't the department of homeland security have google? all you've got to do is look on her facebook page. they didn't do it, because this is, and it was revealed in the daily caller yesterday, this is apparently federal policy when it comes to the department of homeland security they don't want to be accused of trampling on immigrants' rights so they don't look at any of their social media postings. now what's interesting is they actually look at all of our postings for any criticism of the department of homeland security. kind of big brother is watching, and if you say anything bad about them they're going to come after you, is the implicit message. but nonetheless, she was able to
get through, even though she had that stuff there, because they didn't want to hurt anybody's feelings. as it turns out, she was the terrorist. retired naval intel officer here on the program, he's outraged. come on. >> this is just ridiculous. i mean we are essentially, through this policy, affording non-u.s. persons in a preimmigrant, preimmigration status the same constitutional rights as an american citizen, or a legal resident. and then there's the whole emotional factor here, where we're actually doing it to spare people's feelings, and bad pr blowback. it's unbelievable. >> the folks who have committed themselves to the path of jihad with isis or al qaeda have no intention of returning tour kindness whatsoever. and that has been paid for in blood, i'm afraid. >> well, and the questions that they were asked, tashfeen malik, have you ever been part of a terrorist organization, have you ever given money to a terrorist organization. >> no, no, no. >> scout's honor?
are you just going to believe her? why not check the facebook page because you can't check social media because it's going to hurt somebody's feelings. it's politically incorrect. >> admiral kirby said yesterday i think it's safe to say there's going to be lessons learned here. at the very least, they got to change the policy, so far no commitment to change the policy. >> we've got to get out in front of it with technology. look at what -- how easily they are recruiting and radicalizing people online through social media, too. we need to find a way to stop that. >> if the department of homeland security wants us to vet anybody, we got facebook. we'll look them up for you. >> i'll do it. >> she's got a facebook account, as well. heather nauert joins us live. >> good morning, everybody. hope you're off to a good day. let's start out with a fox news alert. the accused army desetter bowe bergdahl could face life in prison after his charges are referred to a general court-martial. this decision flies in the face of an earlier decision to handle the case at a misdemeanor level. judge napolitano joined us earlier with another odd twist. listen to this one. >> the lawyer has been making
noises in the legal community that if the case is tried, big if, one of the defense witnesses will be either present or former president barack obama. >> oh. boy. >> the reason why it may never be tried while barack obama is president, and he may order the military to cut a deal with this kid. >> wow. as the world turns, huh? bergdahl charged with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy after he walked off the base and fell into the hands of the taliban in afghanistan in 2009. he was freed five years later in exchange for five taliban det n detainees who were being held at guantanamo bay. two stories this morning about isis in america. a former national guard soldier is now facing decades in prison for allegedly plotting to kill a fellow soldier here on u.s. soil. hassan edmonds is accused of planning to target a military armory in illinois with assault rifles and grenades, and then in baltimore an accused isis fighter claims that he wasn't
working for isis, he was just trying to scam that terror group. his name is mohammed al shanawi and he admits he was communicating with isis operatives but he claims only to try to conthem out of $9,000 in a money wire. well the new york giants relying on its star power to help sink the dolphins in monday night football. take a look. >> wide open! giants lead! >> eli manning, four touchdowns two to wide receiver odell beckham jr., that 84 yard strike gave the giants the lead for good, beating miami 31-24. they're in a three-way tie atop the nfc east with the redskins and the eagles. and the biggest stars in galaxies past reunite on the red carpet for the world premiere of "star wars: the force awakens." fans waiting more than a decade for episode 7 of the record breaking saga. just hours ago some of the stars
showing their excitement for the big debut. >> i can't imagine anything better than this. 38 years later, and we still, you know, we got a shot. >> i'm feeling fantastic. i might feel over the moon. i'm in a "war stories" movie and i'm part of a big stampry of professionals. >> the first star wars movie was epic, awesome and perfect. no spoilers. no spoilers, just wow. stars where the force awakens is expected to be the biggest movie of this year. it opens on friday and brian is going to tb the first one lined up to buy a ticket. >> i'm going to be the guy going, what's going on? who are these people? >> who is han solo. >> for anyone who doesn't know, brian is the only man in america who hasn't seen any star wars movies. >> not interested. >> not interested. >> get off my lawn. >> right.
>> brian, you're fired. >> see you soon, gang. >> all right, see you later. >> all right. let me just tell you what's straight ahead because my name is on there. just yesterday the president vowed to destroy isis. >> even as we're relentless we have to be smart, targeting isil surgically with precision. >> but a new poll says americans think we're not doing enough. a former assistant secretary of defense on the five things we need to do to change next. >> pretty good shot. that's chris kyle's wife taya kyle. how she's using a shoot-out to keep the american sniper's memory alive. we went to the range with her and she's here limp this morning. [vet] two yearly physicals down.
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town by town, neighborhood by neighborhood, block by block. that is what this campaign is doing. we are hitting isil harder than ever. >> but is this hard enough? former assistant secretary of defense and retired marine infantryman joins us now with what means to change. good morning and thanks for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> first, quickly, what did you think of the president's speech yesterday? >> he's not serious. he's faking. basically, he's saying we're going to be relentless with restrained bombing. we could bomb for the next 20 years, and isil would still be there. >> unfortunately you're right. and one of the problems and you're going to address that, is the fact that 80% of the time, after we send out a sortie they return with all the bombs. we're not dropping the bombs on them. yesterday the president said we need to target them with precision. >> well, i've been on a lot of battlefields and what we're trying to do is be the most
moral people in the world, and at the same time, win a war. and you can't be both. you can't go out and drop leaflets first, and then after you've dropped your leaflets come back and say tomorrow i'm going to bomb you. we're not serious about this campaign. if you were serious, you would have to go on the ground, with sunni arabs, and this president refuses to do that, so we're in for a rough two years. not just a year. because after he leaves office, it's going to take the next president a year to explain to the american public why we have to do what this president has not been willing to do for four years. >> the civilian casualties is a tough toll to swallow. but i guess you say this is war. next up, do we need to send in ground troops? >> well, the issue is, who's going to do this. we have to send them in. because the sunni arabs will come if they trust us. but right now they don't trust us because we were there with
them and then we left. and only we have the power on the ground to really make the difference. the sunni arabs will be with us. but we have to be there. but right now, they have no trust in us. none. none whatsoever. >> i understand. you also say the vietnam era tactic of fire and maneuver has gone away. what do you mean? >> well, we don't really close with the enemy and that's fine. but we wear a lot of heavy armor, we move forward on the battlefields, and then we use an enormous amount of firepower. when i was in the battles with the marines at fallujah, you get us in there, we're going to do the job, but there's going to be a lot of death and destruction. you can't go to war and say there's not going to be death and destruction. >> yeah. >> but the one thing, steve, i don't think we should do. some of the candidates are talking about a no-fly safe zone. >> you're not a fan? >> don't do that. >> okay. >> the no-fly safe zone makes us responsible for 4 million
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tennessee titans. thank you for joining us. i appreciate it. >> absolutely. >> i always had problems with that. number one, there's free agencies after when you're drafted. i always thought for mr. irrelevant you've got to be a good sport but inside it's got to bother you. did it bother you at the time? >> not really, to be honest with you. you absolutely have to have thick skin about it. and one of the things about being mr. irrelevant, you know, that i always looksed at it, it was an opportunity. a lot of people probably look at something like that and say mr. irrelevant and don't expect a lot from that person because of the title. but for me, i didn't really care what other people expected or what other people thought it was more about, you know, how i felt about the way that i could perform and the way that i could play and it was an opportunity and i was very blessed to have that opportunity. >> so you were motivated by it. even though you did a parade, i guess they had you in a kayak? >> yeah, matter of fact, one of the -- i'll never forget. they have a parade for you out in california, to kind of roast you and toast you a little bit.
and it's just a balboa yacht club which is a beautiful yacht club, there's a lot of million dollar yachts around and they tell me i'm going to make a grand entrance on the beach where everybody's waiting and i'm going to come in on one of those boats. i'm thinking this is going to be pretty sweet and sure enough they take me around to the back of the marina and there's a little canoe with like a 5 horse power johnson engine on the back and my grand approach was on that little canoe. >> so when did you say to yourself, okay, i'm going to break through. you played a bunch of sports. you're an excellent athlete. when did things start turning around for you? >> yeah, i really never played football until i got to high school. i kind of played everything else, you know, i played soccer, and baseball and basketball and golf. and really it wasn't until my freshman year of high school that my soccer coach was like, hey, look you really need to go down and kick. i've never seen anybody hit a ball that hard. for the longest time i didn't want to do it, finally he made me go down to practice a week before the first game and they kind of said hey buddy, you're
suiting up on friday night. that's kind of how that started. >> and next thing you know, you're one of the finest kickers in the league. ryan before that, though, not only mr. irrelevant bothered you, you also had an incident when you got caught under the flag, correct? >> yeah. that was -- that was pretty funny. we were playing up in indianapolis last year, and if you're not familiar a lot of times the nfl games for the national anthem they'll have a, you know, a huge american flag. it's actually pretty awesome, but it covers the entire field and i always like to hit a kickoff or two right before the game starts and i was out in the middle of the field hitting my kickoff and i saw all the service men and women coming from our sideline with the flag, and usually i thought i had another minute or two, and unfortunately i hit that kickoff and next thing i know they're running at me, it was decision time for me, i could either run to the colts sideline and be on their sideline for the national anthem, which would probably be pretty embears aing and i could hit the deck and try to go under the flag. split second decision that's what i decided to do. ended up being stuck under the
flag for the national anthem. it was only about three minutes but it seemed like about 30. it was the longest national anthem of my life. >> and your new career has produced a three-year deal with $7.it million. mr. irrelevant also a new dad, kr ekt >> yeah, absolutely. my wife and i just had our first son about 3 1/2 months ago. and man, what an awesome experience that's been. it's a blessing beyond belief. >> and ryan you got this other thing that every kicker has that's successful. you can perform under pressure. you know you're only as good as your last kick and you were playing almost with house money to get here. how does your mind-set today now that you have the contract, you have the significance, and you have the success? >> you know, honestly, i really don't think about any of that stuff to be honest with you. i don't think about a contract or success or anything like that. it sounds so cliche but honestly i try to get a little bit better each and every day. and at the end of the career, we'll talk about all that stuff. but, right now, it's just trying to get better each and every day.
i think if you go into it with that attitude, you know, and you never get comfortable. >> right. >> you always keep working, i think that you know that's kind of the approach that i've had. and i plan on doing that for a long time. >> ryan, thanks so much. appreciate your story. you motivate a lot of people today no matter where they are or what position they are in life or in sports or in the kicking game. ryan succop, thanks so much. >> thanks for having me. >> no longer mr. irrelevant. probably never was. straight ahead, heather nauert hits the range with the american sniper's wife taya kyle. >> did i get it? >> yeah. >> nice. >> nice. >> i closed my eyes and blinked. >> how did that go? taya here to talk about it. there she is. then a businessman, shames beggars panhandling on the street after they refuse his offer for a job. is this going too far or is it fair game? today people are coming out
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on this tuesday. in just a moment taya kyle is going to sit down on the couch with us because you went down to texas to interview her. >> that's right. we did a lot down in texas. we'll tell you about that in just a few minutes. first i've got some headlines. comedian bill cosby now turning the table on several women who've accused him of sexual assault, claiming defamation. cosby just countersuing seven women who had sued him. he claims the sexual assault allegations have hurt his reputation so much that they ruined plans for a new tv show. the 78-year-old denies all sexual assault allegations against him, and has not been charged with a crime. a coffee throwing match erupts at a michigan tim horton's drive-thru. an employee appears to launch a cup of scalding hot coffee and doughnut holes at a customer,
even spitting at one point. the customer retaliates throwing an old cup of coffee back through the window. things apparently got to this point when another employee said that she wouldn't throw out the customer's empty coffee cup. they need to chill out a little bit there. a businessman going viral after turning the tables on some panhandles in iowa. he saw these two on the side of the road claiming to be broke and hungry. he then offered them a job. but they turned it down. the businessman then made his own sign, saying offered these guys a job, they said no. don't give them any money. that happened in iowa. >> those are your headlines. >> in the mean time he made impossible shots immortalized in the hollywood block buster movie "american sniper." >> but, what if there was a rifle that could turn a novice
into a world class sharp shooter like chris kyle? taya kyle, wife of the lethal sniper, and the most infamous sniper in military history joins us right now. after you first had joined, you two had 450ked up with heather nauert. >> we had a ball, didn't we? >> yes. >> she knows how to shoot. she grew up where she had to shoot her own food. >> very tough. >> went out to texas and there was a competition to raise money for the chris kyle foundation. you are doing so much terrific work to help veterans and first responders. i want to tell everybody about that as you will in your own words. but this is an amazing competition that pitted you against the nra world champion, and she's a novice shooter, and so they went out to check it out. check out texas here. >> hit it.
>> what brings you out here today? >> love of my country. and just to support a great cause. >> looking out at this big old crowd here, what do you think? what's your reaction? >> i'm always in awe of it. it makes me emotional really because i'm grateful. i'm grateful that there's this many people that care. i think there's so much good. there's so many more good people in this world than there ever will be bad. >> it's that optimism that has taya kyle thinking how she, like her husband, can help others. today she stands to raise half a million dollars for america's heroes if she can outshoot her competition >> into the breeze -- >> all the things i'm sure your husband told you about. >> the thing is chris and i didn't go shooting all that often together. i just thought about him, what would he say. and i felt like i heard him. >> though her husband was the most lethal sniper in military history taya is a novice shooter. yet she still managed to crush her competition, in a four hour
shoot-out thanks to a new series of high tech rifles by tracking points. >> it's a hit. >> oh. >> this is an m-800 designed as a replacement for the m-110 and m-14. it's branded as the world's first smart gun. >> it does all the shooting for you. >> this is the weapon right here. it weighs about 15 pounds. it incorporates fighter jet tracking technology. so i could just point it at the target, calculate the wind speed and then shoot. and the gun does the rest. the idea came from a chance meeting between john mchale, the head of tracking point, and chris kyle. >> i started telling him what i was thinking. we sat down for a couple hours and said what are the variables. how do people make mistakes? the spirit of chris kyle is in this gun. >> what is your hope to do with this technology? >> well, we want to get in the hands of our first responders.
we want to get in the hands of our military. and you see they're here. right? we saw what happened in san bernardino. we saw what happened in paris. and this weapon would strike fear in the hearts of extremists. >> taya trained up in just a few days with the help of max underwood. a marine who served in afghanistan. >> what was she like to train? >> we had some rough spots but it's all about staying relaxed. >> it's still, you know, a weapon that you have to know how to hold the right way. you still have to do the trigger pull and lock onto your target and get back to the target that you locked onto. so there's a little bit of stress at first. for me it's a learning curve and i kind of like the challenge of it. >> wow. you got it. >> you make this look like you're a pro. >> well, the gun does all the work for you. i mean, it's incredible, really. >> okay so you're going to show me how to do this? >> yep. >> okay. >> did i get it?
>> yeah. >> nice. >> nice. i closed my eyes and blinked. sorry. >> and you still got it. so there you go. >> no blinking. >> and you still got the target? >> blinking could throw a shot as anyone who shot a gun can know. but this thing i did not miss at 350 yards and you were an awesome trainer. and so was max. >> taya explain how that -- how does it work? >> well the thing is that after heather had it tagged that's why she could blink. first you have to tag it so there's like a red dot that when you're looking through the scope you line up your target and you hit that, you tag it -- >> do you pull the trigger to market? >> some of them you do and some of the other models you push a button. after that you're good. so you can untag and retag until you have the hit where you want it. after that you just bring the gun back up, and when the gun finds that dot, and lines up with it again and calculates all the angles and ballistics and earth rotation and all that it fires. >> even on a moving target? >> yeah. >> once they tag it, and that
person's head moves -- >> right. >> the bullet will find it. >> well, it's not -- >> yeah you have to move the gun and as soon as it lines up with where you tagged again calculating for all the angles and everything. >> incredible technology. the creator met with your husband chris kyle and said what are the things that you have to think about it and he made a gun that thinks about those things for you? >> yeah. >> that is the coolest part. you have to know a little bit and you have the same safety precautions and all of that stuff. >> amazing. and you trained up for about a week to learn how to use this. you had a marine trainer who served in the marines. wonderful young guy who did this and you beat the nra world shooting champion. that was impressive. and it was a four-hour shoot-out. so when you're shooting for four hours that is exhausting. mentally and physically and she did it. a champ. >> won a whole bunch of money for a good cause and you're going to be back in the next hour, right? with heather? >> in the next hour we'll talk more about the foundation that you're raising money for and the good work that you're doing and
what you and your children have your life going forward so you have such an optimistic message for so many folks out there you all will want to hear it. >> thank you. the point of the event, also, was to get military and first responders to raise that awareness. will truly save lives. >> and you're doing that today. getting the word out. >> in the next hour, in the mean time, one of the hottest holiday gifts for christmas, but there are new rules and warnings you need to hear about drones. under your christmas tree, a live report coming up next. >> and their incredible music video is a touching tribute to our heroes who can't be home for christmas. a cappella group home free performed the christmas classic just ahead. ♪
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drones have become a big topic of concern here at laguardia, and many other airports across the country. they've made unannounced visits, not only at the u.s. open tennis tournament here in queens, but also at the macy's thanksgiving day parade. and no doubt hundreds of thousands will be given as gifts this holiday season. and that's why the faa is now requiring people to register their drones. the fee will be $5. drones weighing between about a half a pound and 55 pounds must be registered with the federal government by february 19th. now, what if you don't? well the penalties are quite steep. civil penalties range up to $27,500. criminal penalties, up to $250,000 along with a prison term of up to three years. clearly this has become an increasing problem, something like 100 pilots or more every month are reporting close calls. back to you.
>> all right, robert moses, live at lagaraguardia. between drones and laser pointers it's hard flying today in new york city. >> agree. 14 minutes before the top of the hour. straight ahead their incredible music video is a touching tribute to our heroes who cannot be home for christmas. ♪ christmas eve will find me find me ♪ >> apaple la group performs a christmas classic. that is next. this holiday i can count on being slammed with orders. we're getting slammed with orders.
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you know how that goes. >> that's right. >> adam when you decide to put together this video, it's not something new. you want to put it together for the military. why? >> well, it's a very touching video, and it really speaks a lot to the idea of wanting to be home for christmas and not being able to necessarily get home for christmas. and having, you know, the military represented there, it's meant a lot to us. we certainly, members of the group, have family members that are also in the military. so, it was just a really special thing that we wanted to do essentially. >> is it possible to look at that video and not get emotional? >> i thought. >> we've been looking at it, we'd love to have you do it. here they are, ladies and gentlemen, the a cappella group home free. they'll be home for christmas. ♪ i'll be home for christmas you can count on me ♪
if only in my dreams ♪ >> oh, wow that was fantastic. >> wow. >> just looking online. everybody thanks you for the beautiful song. you may be home for christmas about the you didn't make it to jimmy fallon last night. >> maybe next time. >> what -- >> oh, gosh. >> book three different flights. boarded two different planes, ended up chartering a private plane. >> who did you talk to in the green room? >> we did get to see channing tatum. >> there you go. >> just told us awesome stories about country music. >> all right. >> you're an amazing mix of gospel and country and barber shop and we love you. >> thank you. >> home free. >> thanks. all right straight ahead on this tuesday, the stage is set for round five in las vegas, what does laura ingraham want to see tonight at the debate? she's here, top of the hour. >> and remember the school that
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the clue this picture has given the fbi. that story coming your way, because mornings in the final hour on this tuesday remain better with friends. >> this debate coming your way, last one of 2015, arguably the most impactful, because we're going to watch it, we're going to think about it right through the holidays for would weeks. >> and focus on our families. >> let's not leave out christmas. laura ingraham joins us from our nation's capital between radio shows and running live sets. what do you make of tonight out in las vegas? there is an interesting dynamic going on, because now you've got donald trump and he is way ahead in the latest "washington post" poll, and the monmouth poll. he's over 40%. and leading him, in the state of iowa, however, is ted cruz. so what's the dynamic going to be there? >> i picture this kind of like
donald in the lion's den. right? he's right in the center. >> yeah. >> and all the lions are going to tear him apart. but the question is, is he going to have faith and belief in the common sense of the american people, come across as presidential, magnanimous? you want to jab at some of the other candidates, i think that would -- you know, that's in order. but i think now is the time for him to turn up the substance, and doesn't mean you can't be entertaining and wistful and self-deprecating, that would be nice. but i think it's time for him to turn up the substance. he has an enormously strong core of supporters. but now it's time to build it out. and tell the establishment candidates, you're messing with the wrong guy now. and take it to the next level. i think cruz -- i wouldn't expect cruz to take a full hit on donald trump. i don't think that's cruz's style. i don't think he's going to do that. i think cruz is going to come with a lot of substance. as far as marco rubio and jeb is
concerned i think they're going to rye to put points on the board. these numbers are terrible for them in these new polls out today. just absolutely terrible. >> as we wrap up the year, how long do you think it's going to be before we see the kaepts in the single digits start to drop out? >> i think it will start happening, may be a few in january because they don't want the utter humiliation of having maybe negative percent, if that's even possible, in iowa and new hampshire. but right after iowa you'll have a number of people dropping out. after new hampshire, depending on how he does, i don't know where rand paul is going to be but i don't expect rand paul staying in it unless he gets some significant uptick in new hampshire. >> yesterday in listening to mark levin, and maybe you on your show, i didn't have a chance. but rush limbaugh. they're really upset that donald trump for the first time used the term maniac to talk about ted cruz, they said well is that how he's going to label all conservatives, because most people look at ted cruz as a conservative's conservative. do you agree that that might have been a little different
going after him as opposed to jeb and rubio and rand? >> we don't check in with each other before our shows. but not surprisingly, i said something quite similar on radio yesterday. i think we have to be really clear on what's going on here. it is the outsider candidates, versus the establishment. and the outsiders are, you know, they have about 65% of the electorate. okay? so it's carson, cruz and trump. for the life of me, i don't understand why donald trump thinks pointing the, you know, the laser down at cruz is smart. you want -- you want to just get rid of these -- these insider candidates. expose the divide in the republican party. and urge those guys to either move off the stage or start compromising with the american people. but, cruz, i don't think that was a smart move. and i don't think it made all that much sense. i mean a maniac? he was doing -- he was doing what he was sent to do by his constituents.
and you can argue that the tactics are of the filibuster didn't really work. i mean i see that point. but a maniac? i just think that's kind of loose verbiage which i don't think really advances the ball for trump. i think he's best when he's going after the establishment candidates. >> all right. we'll know tonight for sure how it all works out. and tomorrow will be our post game show. talk a little bit about this. everybody's still horrified and a little worried about what happened out in san bernardino. how did tashfeen malik, who was radicalized years ago, she posted all this crazy stuff on facebook, and laura, as it turns out, the department of homeland security when they vet these visas, they don't look at your social media, they do look at americans' online accounts to see if they criticize the dhs but she was able to walk right in, after three vettings, yeah, she's fine. what twitter? >> well, political correctness, literally, kills. okay. we have the office of privacy in the homeland security department, that apparently vets
all of its decisions with the aclu, so they decide they're not going to scrub social media. when we get hired by anybody, all of our social media is looked at. and it's smart to do so. because you learn a lot about someone by looking at their social media. but here they refuse to do so because they believed it would be probably part of the stereotyping of all muslims, terrorists, or you know, the aclu would be unhappy because it would be -- >> they didn't want to hurt anybody's feelings. >> but they are -- again, they're treating someone's presence in the united states as a right. you don't have a right to come in to the united states. it's a privilege to come here on a visa, or to become a citizen. now we're just like tossing off these visas like it's nothing. and it -- i think, again, why are the outsiders so popular? why do so many people still like trump, despite what he said about the muslims? or maybe they like him because of what he said about the muslims. because people have no faith in the federal government's ability
to do its basic job. to keep this country safe. we had 10,000 unaccompanied minors crossing the border in the last two months. now, millions of people are in this country, on visas, and who've become permanent residents who probably -- we have no idea what they said on social media. are they really the type of people we want in the country? we have no idea. >> you want to come to this country and if you want to marry an american citizen they ask you about the marriage to make sure it's not a sham marriage to get citizenship. when it comes to muslims they don't ask that. because a lot of them in some cases are arranged marriages and they don't want to come off as judgmental. how did that work out for the 14 people who are dead in san bernardino? >> well, they're dead. okay. so i'd like to hear what their family members think about a federal government that puts islamophobia and the concern about that ahead of the safety and security of all people, from all races, all religions, and backgrounds. america now is seeing, as the curtain is being pulled back,
seeing the utter incompetence or purposeful failure of this administration to do its job. you know what donald trump and ted cruz and all these guys focusing on tonight? is that. we got to beat the next democrat coming forward in 2016, hillary clinton, because we cannot continue more of the same. this is an outrage. people are rightfully angry about what's happened to this country. our safety, security, the rule of law, out the window for political correctness, and its desire to bring in a new electorate to replace the old one who frankly is on to these scams. that's what we should be focusing on tonight, the utter incompetence and purposeful, and willful refusal of those people to follow the rule of law and common sense. >> we want to get your take on a cultural topic now. around the holidays everybody wants to help out those in need. let's go to iowa and show you these pictures where a guy who was claiming to be homeless was asking for some help, asking for
some food, some money there on the left. and the guy on the right, an iowa business owner says hey, i've got a job for you, apparently he refused to take it so this business owner decides to follow the guy around with the sign asking for money and food saying i told him he could have a job, he didn't want to take it so don't give this guy any food or any money. >> well, it's why authorities like police and the d.c. area, they say you know, i know you want to give people money. and i know sometimes we all do, right? but in the end, it's better to give money to organizations that truly help the poor. or the indigent. the elderly indigent like little sisters of the poor. a wonderful homeless shelter that really ministers to the needs of people. i don't know if this guy has mental health issues. but for the grace of god go i. i mean about 50 yards from where i am right now there are about 75, 80 people lined up to get in to have breakfast. homeless people. right in the shadow of the u.s. capitol. i don't know their back stories. i'm not about shaming them.
i mean, i see the point. you know, we want people to get jobs. but, it might not be in every individual circumstance as simple as that. so, maybe i'm a softy but i'm not sure i would have done that. >> laura ingraham. she's going to go do her radio show in 50 minutes all across the country. laura, thank you very much. >> great to see you guys. >> always a pleasure. >> all right, ten minutes after the top of the hour. here in new york city and heather's got a bulletin. >> a couple other things going on. fox news alert right now, two stories this morning about isis in america. a former national guard soldier facing decades in prison now, after admitting a plot to kill fellow soldiers here on u.s. soil. hassan edmonds charged for planning to target a military armory in illinois with assault rifles and also grenades. and then in baltimore another story, an accused isis fighter claims that he wasn't working for isis he was just trying to scam the terror group.
mohammed elshenawy admits he was communicating with operatives, but claims only to conthem out of $9,000 in a money transfer. if you see this woman, stay away from her. that is the word from police. who say this well-dressed and beautiful financial adviser is now a woman on the run. wanted for attempted murder. she reportedly walked up to a younger woman in a toronto drugstore and then stabbed her. 40-year-old rohini, a self-described financial adviser, apparently with an mba degree, they believe that this picture from the security camera is her walking away from the scene just moments after the stabbing. her victim hospitalized in stable condition. authorities say she is quote, violent and dangerous. and want that package to make it in time for christmas? we all do, right? you better get to the post office, and now is better than later. today is the last day for the u.s. postal service standard shipping. some other deadlines, this
saturday the 19th is the last day for first class mail. december the 21st is your final chance for priority mail. and when you're really cutting it close, december the 23rd is the deadline for priority mail express. south carolina family says a guardian angel was watching over their loved one when he was in a horrific car accident. last week near anderson, south carolina that angel they say can be seen in this photograph. you see that blur right down there in the middle of the screen, well this photo was taken by a pastor who says he witnessed the entire thing. we added that yellow circle just so you could kind of better see that image. the pastor says he saw something coming out of the passenger's side window. that man was later treated for a punctured lung, a broken collar bone and several broken ribs. lucky to be alive. we're getting a lot of e-mails in from our viewers about this story. what are they saying? >> a lot of folks speaking out on social media. jeff on twitter writes it's like one of those pictures of big foot. you can't really see anything. >> wow.
frank says i never saw anything remotely resembling an angel, including the image highlighted. >> and carl says belief is an incredible conviction. do not ever give it away. >> all right. >> thank you very much for weighing in online. in the mean time we've got another fox news alert at 13 after the top of the hour. a big twist in the bowe bergdahl case. he could now face the death penalty. we're live in washington with that next. and, it's raining man. yep, the shirtless hunk in the rain who's making everyone a -- many -- >> making everybody hot this morning. it's raining man! >> i don't blame him. i was thinking of different things i could say. >> he's topless. >> right. >> who is he? [ coughing ] [ sneezing ] a cold can make you miserable. luckily, alka seltzer plus cold and cough liquid gels. rush liquid fast relief to your tough cold symptoms. fast, powerful liquid gels
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but now, he's facing the possibility of life in prison. this is a full-blown court-martial. he's charged with desertion, and misbehavior before the enemy by endangering the safety of a command unit or place. now this comes just days after bergdahl made his case publicly for the very first time in that podcast "seer at-." in it he claims he left his base in afghanistan because he wanted to highlight, quote, leadership failure within his unit. >> -- what i did was me saying i am like, i don't know, jason bourne. all those guys out there who go to the movies and watch those movies they all want to be that. but i wanted to prove that i was that. >> now the army says that that interview was not a factor in their decision. but bergdahl's legal team was reportedly shocked by this development, and so was fox's chief legal analyst, judge napolitano. he called this case a head scratcher for many reasons. here's one.
>> his lawyer has been making noises in the legal community that if the case is tried, big if, one of the defense witnesses will be either present or former president barack obama. >> oh. >> the reason why it may never be tried while barack obama is president, and he may order the military to cut a deal with this kid. >> now, remember, about a year and a half ago, president obama stood by bergdahl's parents, right here at the white house, when he announced their son's return. bergdahl will now be arraigned at ft. bragg in north carolina though an exact date for that hearing has yet to be set. >> just didn't start it. all right. kristin fisher live at the white house. >> thanks for that. 19 minutes after the hour. you've seen the ads on television. >> why does my hair look this healthy and shiny? because now i use wen. >> hmm. >> but women are saying the celebrity haircare product is making their care fall out.
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liftoff on their way to the international space station. >> it's a fox news alert now. three more astronauts spending christmas in space. russian, british and american astronauts blasted off this morning for the international space station. they'll replace scott kelly and his crew in march. here's one way to make a political statement. opposition leaders in kosovo released two tear gas canisters
inside parliament. >> hmm. >> they're trying to get the government to end deals with serbia and montenegro. not to worry, the meeting continued in a separate room. meanwhile, it's been ten months since ready ray roush was found guilty of murdering chris kyle and his friend chad littlefield at a gun range in the state of texas. >> chris's tragic murder has not stopped his wife taya from going back to the range and for a good cause this time. taya joins us now with heather nauert and both of you ladies were out there doing a nice job. >> yeah. we sure had a good time. we talked a lot about god, family and country. that was one of your husband's kind of governing principles. >> right. and for a lot of the military i think that's what it is. >> so that's really what helped you start the chris kyle foundation and you were doing so much amazing work for the families of our first responders and our veterans. we sat down, we were in texas and we talked a lot about that. a highlight for you was -- >> well for the foundation. we raised a lot of money.
really the main purpose of the whole event was to raise awa awareness for tracking point technology which will save lives for first responders and military members but we also did raise money and the foundation is really centered around -- >> about $500,000? >> actually we raised more than that. the lowest number i heard was 640 now. but that was because of the public and the people that came out and donated at the auction. just a lot of really good people out there. >> we talked a lot. we sat down and talked about that. a lot about where you go from here and how your family is doing. let's take a look. >> what do you wish you had understood more? >> the pressures that he was under a lot more. i wish i'd have understood it's one thing to think you understapd, but it's another to live in a situation where, my perspective is totally different. the things that used to bother me don't bother me as much anymore. and he had that perspective already because he dealt with
life and death consistently. >> target one. >> a lot of people might think that you'd never want to come in contact with a gun again and here you are. >> it's a fair point. i could see how people might think that when i get outside of my own heart. but i also know there's not a gun didn't kill my husband. a gun didn't walk up. it was a guy who wanted to do harm. >> helping others is the legacy she's trying to carry op through the chris kyle foundation. a network that helps veterans and first responders strengthen their families and marriages. >> the belief system is really based on my experience with chris, but also the bible says god first, marriage second, kids third. and when you do that, everybody wins. >> she raised half a million dollars for the foundation. in a shooting competition that pitted her against the nra world shooting champion bruce paillette. >> you know being out here on the range i couldn't help but think that that could be really tough for you being out here on the kind of place where your
husband lost his life. or if it brings you makes you feel closer to him. >> i don't really ever associate that with his life. and i still didn't even associate it, which is interesting until you find out i really -- because it was such a healthy part of his life, and to be able to help so many veterans on ranges. >> where are we going to see you a year from now, a couple years from now? >> trying to be the best moment can be through it all. that's always god and kids for me right now. and then whatever we can do to help other people survive it. >> and that's the target goal, isn't it? >> it is. hopefully we're trying to get people to thrive and not just survive it. >> i know your book did extremely well american wife is still out there and came out in may. the other thing you do, you have a coin where people can support the kois. >> it's really a cool thing that we just got done the global
monetary reserve gmr.com, they helped us design some coins and bars and silver and copper and they have the foundation logo and a flag. they're really pretty spectacular and there's all different price ranges. you can get them on the web site chriskylefrogfoundation.org. or just go to gmr. >> so many people know about your family because of the big movie starring bradley cooper. and she told us earlier that you and bradley -- when bradley is around or thinking about you and your family he sends you a text. >> yes. now i was just telling you that off the record -- >> oh, i'm sorry. >> no we do keep in touch. i think it was an incredible experience that we all went through. and i keep in touch with siena. and jason hall the screen writer, and they just -- they're good people and they did it for all the right reasons so it feels like it has nothing to do with star power and just -- >> they're your friends. they know your family. >> yes, right. >> we know the holidays -- >> they're doing so well. they're happy. you know, we're all still
processing in some ways, but really, they have a great foundation. they have great faith and they laugh a lot, and they're just great people. >> the holidays can be the best times of the year and the hardest times of the year if you're missing your love ones so you guys have a tradition that you'll keep going this this holiday season in honor of your husband? >> you know, we do. you know, i think it's more emotional for me because i know what they're missing a little bit more. but still hanging stocking, and still get teary when i do the tree. but it's -- it is more emotional but i try to focus on the things that are good. we're here, and we have people around and family. so -- >> speaking of family your kids ran around while you were doing that shooting competition and they were having a ball and they'd make little faces over their mom's shoulder. just like typical little kids. >> right. >> those folks out there were incredible. thousands of people turned out in support what they are doing. so we want to check out one of those marriage retreats that you do for the families of first responders and veterans, as
well. >> i would love that, thank you. >> and such an inspiration to so many out there. >> thanks for coming to new york. >> i love being out there for all of you. >> your time is to teach to shoot. you haven't done that yet. >> doesn't make it easy. >> okay. >> heather, that will be great. meanwhile coming up straight ahead he tried to run away from the law but one criminal gets taken down before making it out of the courthouse. >> and our home for the howl. adays series. how you can help animals in need just for christmas. (donkey noise) (elephant
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snowy, tuesday commute for colorado drivers. a winter storm warning in effect in denver this morning. with up to ten inches of snow expected to fall today. >> look at those limp pictures out of the mile high city. maria molina is here in the big apple tracking a bunch of storms on this tuesday. >> that's right. really the big story is across parts of the west, across the rockies, because that's what we're tracking a lot of snow. not just across colorado but even down into parts of new mexico and even farther north, as well, into portions of montana. that storm system will continue on the move and because of it we do have winter storm warnings in effect and also winter weather watches that extend into parts of the upper midwest as that storm continues to move towards that direction. some of these areas could be picking up, up to a foot of snow. again very significant out there. you could see the forecast totals, more than six inches across many of those areas. something else, snow across parts of the western u.s., across states like oregon and northern california you're still going to be dealing with heavy rain, as well. it's been very unsettled out
there and that will be continuing and flash flooding will be a concern. otherwise across the eastern u.s. the mild weather continues. 62 degrees for the high temperature forecast in new york city. let's head back inside. >> that means likelihood we're not going to have a white christmas here in new york. but they're going to have it out west. >> shirtless joggers in chicago. that's good news for sun. >> because it's raining men. >> heather nauert has a look at what else is making news. >> good morning to you all. hard to believe today marks the third anniversary of the shooting at sandy hook in connecticut, actually yesterday did. but we're talking about it today, because anti-gun activists were using the third anniversary to push for gun control and new background checks. specifically, for anyone buying at gun shows or online. now the killer in that case, adam lanza, was not on any watch list and had no criminal record. the teachers and children were remembered at vigils in connecticut last night. hundreds of women launching a class action lawsuit against a
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jogger. take a look at this guy making the local weather report a little hot and heavy. >> dude where is your shirt, man? >> yeah, i -- it's a great day for a run, so too wet to wear a shirt you know. i love running in the rain. and i'm also single. so -- >> ethan wants you to know he's available just in case. ethan reno is his name. he's known as the shirtless wonder. he took advantage of his air time at chicago's wgn television to advertise that he is looking for love. that interview now going viral this morning. and those are your headlines. what do you think of that guy? >> yeah. >> way too many naked men for us today. as far as i'm concerned. >> okay. >> before the top of the hour, heather thanks a lot. it's one of our favorite traditions comes with the christmas season helping our four legged friends in this way it's dogs to find a home for the howl-idays. here with us for the second day of our week-long series is our
good friend beth stern animal advocate and spokesperson for the north shore animal league. she's also the author of this new book yoda gets a buddy. and she's brought four peppies with her today. beth, welcome back to the couch. >> happy holidays everyone. >> happy howl-idays. >> speaking of howling i understand they're howling at your house because your husband howard stern big news this morning just signed a brand-new five year deal with xm sirius radio. >> he's very excited about the next five years. and i'm ready to share him with the world for another five years. >> the fact that he might have been home every day for awhile if he decided to retire? >> when he was doing america's got talent i only wanted him to be home. now he's doing the radio show without america's got talent i think i'm going to be happier. >> was it a tough decision? >> no. he loves doing his show. he wasn't finished yet. so there are five more years of amazing radio to come. >> do you think he'll ever be on the satellite --
>> yeah, i feel he's so much happier there. >> you can use all sorts of natural language for howard stern. >> yeah, he's not as grumpy. >> i would say this as a long-term howard stern expert i don't think he's ever been better. >> oh, i love that. >> had a chance to listen to him because he has the two channels, never been better. >> i'll tell him that you said that. thank you. >> i'm sure it's a big relief for him. >> now let's talk about the howl-idays. >> north shore animals of america. christmas eve we have adoption special, from 9:00 to 3:00 p.m. holiday season the perfect time to discuss with your family, have the decision to adopt and go to a local shelter. look who we have here. all right i have comet. oh, no that's not comet. >> this is comet. >> i have dasher. she's a girl. she's 10 weeks old. a lot of these puppies are rescued from municipal shelters down south where they were in danger of being euthanized. we saved their lives. that's what north shore animal league does. >> i have vixen.
i'm holding me a vixen. >> she's a terrier mix. she's not going to be that big. any new york city folks. >> or any city. national. >> but i'm in new york city so i'm thinking my studio apartment. >> how about this lab mix dockate. >> how cute is he? he's going to grow to be about 60 to 90 pounds so have a big yard out there for anybody who wants to adopt him. and brian, you have cupid. >> yes. >> how fitting. >> yes. because i'm such a love. >> but this is cupid who is a great dog. >> she's eight weeks old and she's a shepherd mix. you already know how beautiful she's going -- rook at this love. >> brian's got a new dog coming to their house. >> pretty shortly. you talk beth about what you know from talking to people when you make these pairings what it does for the families. >> oh, my gosh, bringing a furry family member into your family it's just unconditional love. it's just the best part of i think the holidays, bringing in an animal is the greatest way to complete your holidays. >> how many do you have now?
>> howard and i are fostering cats and kittens. so we have 18 cats in our house, and one being yoda who is the star of my children's book, yoda gets a buddy. >> i'm sure a lot of people are looking at it right now and would like more information on how you can adopt the dog that is chewing on the microphone right now, north shore animal league america. >> thank you. >> animalleague.org or visit foxandfriends.com. for more information. tomorrow our series continues with another organization and more adoptable dogs. >> this is what happens in your house, isn't it? >> for some reason wanted to go over to anna. >> can you blame her? >> i'll catch up to you on the radio. >> all right, thanks. >> here's what's coming up on the program, a little distracting here. ladies do you want a better post-baby body? there's one easy way to do it and it all has to do with when you have your baby. we're going to explain that one. >> there you go.
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>> i'm not making this stuff up. a component in wine -- the components that can improve physical performance, heart function and muscle strength. let's find that component. >> this brought to you by the national valley growers association. >> and suddenly, after you have a drink you look great. >> exactly. all right. yesterday we told you about, in fact, the head of the pta, for public school 169 in brooklyn, new york, a woman by the name of mimi ferer was on our couch talking about how this new principal came to the school, got rid of thanksgiving, that's the new principal and what she did was she got rid of thanksgiving. instead they had a harvest festival. got rid of santa because he was religious, really? and even stopped doing the pledge of allegiance. well after the story ran here yesterday, the superintendent walked in and said, okay, you two fifth graders get on the pa and recite the pledge of allegiance we're changing things back to the way it used to be.
>> somebody call the north pole, bring santa back. >> and here is mimier if era the mom who took action on this and she talked about what she hoped to do by standing up and shouting out. >> i saw this letter two of my colleagues at the school stating we're not allowed to have santa claus. i'm like i addressed her at our board meeting that we have every month, why not santa claus. she said santa claus is represented as st. nicholas who is also represented as a religious figure. but i'm like santa claus has been an americanized for so many years, we don't understand. you know, we're trying to figure it out. we are in america. we're supposed to be proud of where we are. we have all these immigrants coming in to our schools. we understand their beliefs. but we are in america. we're supposed to keep the american dream alive. >> of course. >> looks like the principal was just a super pc extremist. and now they're putting things back the way they were intended, because that particular
principal's policies flew in the face of what new york city schools are supposed to do. >> well santa claus is only going to be allowed to be used as a holiday symbol with secular dimensions. they made sure to slip that one in there. >> secular santa. it's the main event in las vegas. in the red corner, the billionaire political outsider. in the red corner, the senator from texas -- senator from texas you'll have that senator of course is ted cruz. peter johnson jr. with the tale of the tape next. >> but first let's check in with bill hemmer. >> hi guys. >> he's going to have a big tv show on this network in twelve minutes. >> secular santa, that's one sexy guy, right? >> absolutely. >> merry christmas. >> thank you very much. >> nice to see you. who has the edge on national security? this as new polling shows donald trump making a move yet again. nationally. the president talks gitmo, his critics fwlast him in return. paul ryan is trying to get a deal done. what will happen there. we'll talk to the peopler live.
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well, the newest battle among the republican party candidates for president is brewing. fox news legal analyst peter johnson jr. is here to take a look. peter tonight it's going to be a real heavyweight bout out in las vegas. >> it's going to be huge, as they say. >> that's right. >> so let's go to the ring. let's announce it, steve. >> all right. first up, the guy with the most votes in all of the let's say across the nation according to the monmouth poll and according to the brand new "washington post" poll in the red corner,
donald j. trump! >> jeb bush is a low energy person. for him, to get things done is hard. very low energy. >> why does he keep interrupting anybody? >> i never attacked him on his looks and believe me there's plenty of subject matter right there. >> you look at the way he's dealt with the senate, where he goes in there like a, frankly like a little bit of a maniac. >> all right. so that's in one corner. >> and in the other corner, the contender, from the state of texas. senator cruz! >> the questions that have been asked so far in this debate illustrate why the american people don't trust the media. how about talking about the substantive issues people care about. >> mr. president, you want to insult me, you can do it overseas, you can do it in turkey you can do it in foreign countries but i would encourage you, mr. president, come back
and insult me to my face. let's have a debate on syrian refugees right now. >> okay. so the ring is set. >> the ring is set. so let's talk about what's going to happen tonight. cnn is hoping that the republican candidates trump and cruz kill each other in the ratings. destroy each other for the nomination. and there will be questions that will ensure that. but in my view, you may not see a punchout between donald trump and ted cruz. >> really? >> the smart money is saying that they both have too much to lose in going for the knockout punch tonight. ted cruz, one of the best debaters, not only in the country but in the world, argued nine times in the u.s. supreme court. but at the same time, donald trump has the capacity and we just saw it with one word, one phrase, one sentence, to deliver a right cross, a left cross, a knockout punch. okay, cruz is the boxer here. but they're both great counterpunchers. they both wait, and they may both count on other candidates
to knock out cruz, and to knock out trump. and stand there in a nonaggression pact. that may be the interesting thing that we see tonight that they stand mute, and maybe like batman and superman, after fighting each other, come together in some way. >> so what you're suggesting is maybe they're not going to come to fisticuffs but the other guys over there, who would like to be in their shoes, will do -- >> they're going to be pounding cruz big time because he's the contender. they're going to be pounding trump. they've been unsuccessful at pounding trump. so i believe they're going to focus their attentions now on ted cruz. that may help trump. that may help cruz. they both may emerge at the top of the pack again, live to fight another day. they're both some of the smartest candidates we've seen in a long time. >> all right. we'll be watching. ladies and gentlemen, peter johnson jr. with analysis. thank you very much. >> we'll be back tomorrow. >> we'll be right back. it's here, the first gummy multivitamin...
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one for the road. is this romantic or totally insane? [ horns honking ] >> okay, a little crazy. stopped traffic on one of the busiest highways in the country to propose his girlfriend. that's interstate 45 in houston. the couple's family and friends all stopping, getting out of their cars to catch the moment. you can't hear the woman say yes because there are too many horns blaring in the background but she said yes. >> all right next up, miriam webster's word of the year in 2015 is actually a suffix, it's "ism." the most searched word. the top isms, socialism, racism and terrorism. >> and finally special thanks to our viewers from plant city, florida, michael and frank, they're brothers.
they made this santa of peace so we have a peaceful year. they gave us night inscription here at "fox & friends." they watch every time. it's real ceramic and the wrapping is unbelievable and everyone's bidding on it. i guess you can put cookies in it if you want to. >> it's a big cookie box. >> thank you see you tomorrow. bill: we are hours away from the final republican debate of the year. martha: i'm martha maccallum. we have a number of story lines we are watching out for this evening. donald trump will be center stage. he has surging poll numbers. monmouth university has him leading at 41%. "washington post" abc news poll. bill: