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good morning, everyone. it's sunday, december 27th. i'm in for ana kooiman. deadly tornados twisting through dallas. >> oh, man! large tornado! large tornado! >> those are storm chasers. this morning, we look at the destruction left behind. we're watching it for you. and the war of words between hillary clinton and donald trump. what was said in the latest front-runner feud as trump gets ready to speak here. a shocking new report out
about peyton manning and several other well-known athletes taking performance enhancing drugs. what are behind these allegations and why peyton is calling them garbage. "fox and friends" starts now. let's get straight to that fox news alert. tornadoes touching down in texas. at least eight people are dead after storms swept through the lone star state leaving homes and churches destroyed. thousands out in the cold. >> i go in the closet, run in the closet and my kids was asleep. everything is gone over here downstairs. >> the dallas-ft. worth area hit hard. several tornadoes hit there and in garland as well. >> garret is live. garret?
>> search and rescue teams have been working through the night to find those trapped in the debris. it was already dark when the tornado sirens started going off across north texas just before a series of tornadoes hit the area. >> and five seconds later, windows are breaking and i'm yelling at the family to get cover and we really had no warning. everybody seems to be okay. house is demolished. everything around us is demolished. >> one official described the scene as a war zone and you can see why. homes demolished, roofs ripped off, cars thrown onto their sides. neighborhoods covered in debris as well. and several churches in the area were badly damaged, also. at least eight people are dead. half of which were in their cars when they were hit by one of the tornadoes. the damage stretched over about a 40-mile long area south of dallas to the northeast of the city. in total, at least 18 people have been killed over the christmas holiday in the severe
storms hitting the south. back to y'all. >> garrett tenney, thanks. texas is still bracing for the worst and more storms are expected to tear through that state. >> thousands were trying to go home after the christmas holidays and airlines trying to fly around the storm stranding thousands around the country today. >> this made for messy travel conditions for millions. we have janice dean tracking the latest on the system. what do you have for snus? >> it's so sad. unfortunately, the risk is not over. people are urged to pay really close attention to your weather forecasters and we'll keep you up to date. but look at the temperatures. i mean, one of the things that you need for extreme weather for the tornadoes is the clash of
the two air masses and we've got that. look at the cold air moving southward from the north. it's 2 in rapid city. ahead of that, we have record warmth. so the potential for severe weather again today and then behind this, the cold air is leading to 12 to 18 inches of snow and blizzard conditions up towards the midwest. that's the last 24 hours. also, between that, a layer of ice, freezing rain and/or sleet across texas, oklahoma, up towards missouri. in the red that you see shaded there, that is a blizzard warning. parts of new mexico, texas, in towards kansas and then the purple through oklahoma. that is a freezing rain warning. so we have ice on the roadways. it is difficult f. not impossible, to travel in these areas and that extends up towards the great lakes and this system is on the move. so we're not done yet. monday into tuesday, we're going to be dealing with across the ohio valley, tennessee valley as
well as the northeast. there's your future radar, you can see the icy mix on monday. keep that in mind if you're traveling and pay attention to your local forecasters. this is lasting not only through today but tuesday. people are trying to get home from christmas. it's not worth it. stay where you are if you're told not to travel. >> that's what everybody is talking about. all of these weird weather conditions. here, record temperatures in the new york city area. we'll keep an eye on that. thank you very much, janice. in a message of terror, a new audio is surfacing appearing to be from the leader of isis. in the 24-minute clip, abu bakr al baghdadi says that isis is striving and russia is failing. this is despite the syrian oil facility teas and the death of isis leaders in the past weeks. baghdadi warns israel, isis is
coming. firefighters are finally getting control of a 1200 acre fire that exploded in southern california. the solimar fire is now 50% contained. hundreds of firefighters are trying to put out those flames. it should down 101 which is major artery leading from southern california to north in the ventura county area. it's now back open. it will be three days before the fire is fully contained. panicked shoppers after there was gunfire. >> no! >> oh! >> move! >> frightening. dekalb police say a group of teenagers had a scuffle near the food court, carrying guns, obviously. two shots were fired but no one
was injured, luckily. the police have no suspects in custody. and the washington redskins are going to the playoffs, beating the philadelphia eagles kurt cousins had a season high of 365 yards. that's a heck of a year. the eagles are now eliminated from the playoffs, making some of us very happy. all right. peyton manning -- i will not say anything negative about that man. he's a wonderful, class-act human being. >> you like all of that, good boy. >> yep. >> but a dark side, a new documentary alleging this exchange between charlie sly and mr. collins who were selling these performance enhancing
drugs. we would be sending ashley manning, his wife, like growth hormone and it would never be under his name but under her name. peyton manning is calling all of this garbage say. i mentioned the one guy sly. we don't know anything about these people. he's recanted and said, i was just making this up. it didn't happen. and let's face it, al jazeera is not known for documentaries. this is the first time i've heard that they've done a tell-all about nfl. >> consider the source. not known for documentaries and then one former employee who has now taken back his story but it wasn't just peyton manning. he called out justin keller of the jets, james harrison, clay
matthews. other athletes. >> there have been others who have broken fans' hearts and lied about this kind of thing repeatedly. peyton manning, though, is somebody who has had a sterling track record, we should point out. >> right. >> let me quickly say what he said. "the allegation that i would do something like that is complete garba garbage and is totally made up. it never happened. never. i really can't believe somebody would put something like this on the air." >> charlie sly is a pharmacist and worked at an anti-aging clinic. here's what he had to say about this. he was caught saying something to a british hurdler under cover. "the statements on any
recordings or communications that al jazeera plans to air is absolutely false and incorrect". >> we want to believe peyton manning. american wants to believe peyton manning. he's a great ambassador for the sport. donald trump not taking a break during the holiday, escalating his war of words with hillary clinton. latest tweet on saturday saying, "hillary clinton has announced that she's letting her husband out to campaign. but he's demonstrated a pen chant for sex i am. so inappropriate." this is a couple days after he said, warning, if you want to accuse me, hillary clinton, donald trump says, of sexism, she did in her recent comments about her. he said a shot across the bow.
>> it's a touche. >> he anticipated the most powerful attack against the opponent. for jeb bush is was low energy. >> right. >> he sees a weakness where it should be a strength. >> a lot of political analysts on our air say going after bill clinton is a mistake. people are going to be sympathetic about bill clinton. donald trump has been told, don't go after john mccain, don't say this, don't kay that. he keeps going up in the polls. >> but bill clinton is not running. it's hillary clinton who is running and the fact is, we know it's the dirty little secret that's not really a secret what bill clinton did. you know, the sexual allegations, this and that, monica, the blue dress. >> that ended in impeachment. >> you're absolutely right. >> you bring up sexism and river to donald trump being sexist and this is coming from hillary clinton's mouth, touche. it's going to be brought up by
trump. >> and they want this race to be about hillary clinton, her record. donald trump is bringing in bill clinton. we'll see where the voters are on all of this and we'll also see at 8:00 right here live, donald trump telling his side of the story, not just on hillary clinton. we're going to talk to him about what is coming up. the fox business debate, mid-january, that's a couple of weeks. iowa caucuses a few weeks away. >> so much to do. >> so much to do. and what to ask? >> i'll be scheming with ed and julia this morning. coming up next, more than a year after we first learned of problems plaguing the phoenix va, they have not been fixed. the whistle blower says there are still not enough doctors. you've seen the videos everywhere online. dad trying the hoverboard for christmas. now you can add a congressman to
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scandal? >> it really hasn't changed. there are still a lot of problems and it's no surprise because the architects of the downfall of phoenix are there. they have yet to take action on the chief of the chief of staff there and he was at the center of the waiting list scandal. he lied to senator mccain. he lied on camera to the american public. he got involved in the urology scandal. they talked about what happened but didn't detail who was responsible and that was primarily him and chief of surgery dr. yale. >> i'd like to talk about dr. deering for a second. he's been on paid administrative leave for 15 months yet he pushed out whistleblowers.
how can it be that he's not fired? >> he was the only one not placed on administrative leave. >> right. >> i share your sentiments in that. >> but why? what is the reason? >> well, we're not sure. we have speculated that he may have received immunity for the waiting list scandal by cooperating with the original investigation. but beyond that, we don't understand, either, why someone who is engaged in prohibitive practice had a large involvement in things like the urology scandal and a year ago they knew he had committed against the whistleblowers. we cannot understand it. >> this comes after a report from the va about the urology clinic in phoenix which
experienced extreme staffing shortages that impacted thousands of patients. leaders did not have a plan to provide urological services. folks at the top not held accountable. the va secretary bob mcdonnell came in after the scandal. do you think he could be doing more? do you think he's doing a good job as head of the va? >> i don't know. the question is, what role has the white house played in this? rob neighbors was assigned the va problem in june 2014 and then earlier this year he was made chief of staff of the va. originally deputy secretary gibson appeared to be going out after whistleblowers and people who had done things not consistent with va policy and then the breaks were put on them. >> you talked about the chief of staff of phoenix.
the chief of staff of the va is rob nabors, an obama appointee. dr. sam foote, thank you for joining us and for your continued courageous voice calling out what is going objn d hopefully we get the va moving forward. >> thank you. a dramatic and fiery bridge collapse is caught on camera. >> [ bleep ]. >> the video you need to see again. and a shocking new study that most americans have less than $1,000 in savings. are you one of those people? the simple solution to finally saving in the new year.
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some quick headlines caught on camera. a bridge in the uk collapses before bursting into flames. boy, bystanders in the manchester area stood watching as the bridge came down because of the raging river. a yellow ball of fire appearing from a burst gas pipe. and a cop attacked on duty by an old. the officer was driving through new orleans when this came flying through his window making him crash his car. he said he thought someone was playing a joke at first. no joke until the owl started scratching him the the officer opened the door and the owl escaped. they are both okay this morning. juliette?
>> you know those owls, they can be deadly. we're a couple days away from the new year but with the new year comes a way to save your money. a recent study finds 62% of americans, so most of us, have less than $1,000 in savings. and there's a significant number who don't have any savings at all. what can you do to create saving habits? here with tips is finance expert and author of "the money knee queens guide," cary, thank you for joining us. some people have no savings accounts and it's overwhelming. you say start with a fresh bu e budget? >> absolutely. new year, new you. first, step one, know what is coming in and know what is going out. >> and that sounds simple but we don't take the time to sit down
and look at the expenses and look at our bank account and credit card bills. that's the key. >> exactly. it's just making it a priority. if you focus on what is coming in and going out, you will see what is left over at the end. that is step one in creating a budget and savings account and being not one of those 62% that don't have any money saved in the bank. >> so those of us that don't have any savings accounts or any money in savings account, how do we calculate our net worth? >> okay. so, that's a good question. net worth sounds like a complicated situation, a calculation. it's not. all it is is what you own minus what you owe and that equals your net worth. so you take your assets, your cash in the bank, your savings accounts, your retirement accounts, your house minus what you owe, your liabilities, why you credit cards, your mortgage,
anything that you owe, student loans and then equals your net worth and all it is is adding and subtracting. >> you have to start with the automatic savings, though. >> yes. that's a key. absolutely. what i tell people is, set it and forget it. if you have a choice to save, you won't do it. but if it's on automatic -- autopilot, you'll have to do it because it automatically comes out monthly, weekly, yearly. so what i tell people is chunk it down, do it a little bit at a time. $25 a week equals $100 a month equals $1200 a year and then you're over the amount of the 6 2% that don't save. >> i was talking to my friends and they say it's feel so insurmountable. 25 bucks a week, 5 bucks a week, it does add up in the end. >> it does. >> you also say to share your
savings goals on media pressure. >> exactly. that's the best way to do it. so, start with whatever your financial goal is and share it. share it with the world, on social media, let your friends and family hold you accountable for what you say you want to do in the new year. >> you don't have to say, this is what i get paid every year and what i have going out? >> no. absolutely. even if you just put a little as, i'm going to start my savings plan this year, i'm d going to start my emergency fund. >> i've been working at fox for almost 18 years or so. i started off with the 401(k) and it's added up. five years later you go, whoa. okay. >> it's automated. it's automatic. it's fabulous. the 401(k) is fabulous. if you're not already invested in it, start now. fresh year, fresh 401(k). the next time you look at your statement, you could have hundreds and thousands of dollars in there. it takes time but it's a little
bit at a time over time. it's a fabulous way to contribute. it's pretax. >> and you feel so good when you see that money. cary, long beach, long island girl, thank you. >> appreciate it. thank you for having me. one of the most unbelievable crimes you are ever going to hear. a woman calls 911, shoots at first responders and then steals the ambulance. and breaking up is hard to do. it happen as lot before the holidays. but there's an app now to deal with it. wait until you hear this one. this is demented. i'm going to editorialize. we'll be right back.
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we're back with the fox news alert. deadly tornadoes touched down in texas. at least eight people are dead when twisters tear through the dallas area. >> oh, man! large tornado! large tornado! >> boy, several tornadoes actually reported leaving homes and churches destroyed. thousands out in the cold. >> this is the grace of god at work.
i'm really grateful. my wife works not far from here. if i didn't call her, she would be here right now and so would my kid. >> powerful stuff. powerful storm. roofs ripped off and cars thrown onto their sides and pelted with debris, neighborhoods destroyed. >> five seconds later, windows are breaking and i'm yelling at the family to get cover and we really had no warning. everybody seems to be okay. the house is demolished. everything around us is demolished. >> and unfortunately, it's not over yet. >> such a nightmare, too, because people are trying to get home from the christmas holidays. twisters touching down and thousands try to head back to their homes and get on the airlines, all sorts of things. rerouting. a lot of people are stranded across airports trying to get home to europe and so forth.
>> blizzard conditions as well moving into the southern plains. >> here to sort it out for us is janice dean. janice, thanks for joining us. >> of course. 15 million people affected by this latest storm system and really it started on wednesday and continues through this weekend and into monday and tuesday. take a look at the last 24 hours. we've got a mix here, a potential for severe, hail and damaging winds and blizzard conditions and an ice storm for parts of oklahoma in towards kansas and missouri. you can see the cold side of the storm across the southwest, the very warm side of the storm. we were dealing with record-setting temperatures across the eastern seaboard and parts of the south these last few days across the christmas holiday. there's one of the computer models. we're expecting anywhere from 12 to 18 inches of snow and it will eventually end up towards the northeast and new england where
they could receive their most snowfall they have received so far this winter. so take a look at not only the snow but extreme flooding. unfortunately, we're going to be dealing with 6 to 8 inches, isolated amounts of a foot of rainfall over areas already saturated. so parts of the ozarcks, tennessee valley. yet again, into a weather pattern where they see a potential for flooding and flash flooding. there are your warnings. we have at least a dozen states under flash flood watches or warnings. a multifaceted storm. there's so much to talk about and so many people affected. people are trying to travel home but if you can't, stay put. >> so much more to come, huh? >> yeah. unfortunately, at least until tuesday. >> you'll be very busy. >> we'll be here. let's get to other stories making headlines. multiple european cities on alert after being warned of a possible attack ahead of the new
year. police in vienna, austria, stepping up security around that area. they received a warning of a gun or bomb attack. no plans yet to cancel any new year's events, however. back here in alabama, paramedics are terrified to see a woman pull a gun on them. a woman was complaining of dizziness, the paramedics arrived and she fired three shots inside of the rescue truck and steals the ambulance and decides to go on a joy ride before police finally arrested her. no one was injured, luckily, and police are not releasing her name. we do not understand why she did this. i would imagine she has some mental issues. i don't know. a florida father is begging a thief to return his late son's military uniform. someone stole his storage trailer out of a church parking lot where his boots and battle
fatigues were being kept safe. he was killed in july 2004, serving in iraq at the time. the trailer is the least important thing he wants back. >> god gave a gift and took it away. they can take the trailer. just let me have the military stuff. >> the trailer wasn't registered with the police department so police don't have any leads on that. a florida lawmaker is leaving this year's hottest gift for the kids. he took a spill on a hoverboard, his nephew's hoverboard. he's apparently in very good company. tons of videos are going viral this morning showing parents getting on the hoverboards but not for long. >> oh, boy. >> yeah. they are not -- >> let's jump on it. >> yeah, exactly.
>> the last thing the congressman needs now. they are already under fire. we used to joke about this in high school or college, right around the holidays, that's when you break up with your boyfriend or girlfriend because you save all of that money. >> save money and start a new year fresh. >> more about saving money. but there's a whole new caveat to this sick holiday thing. there is -- in this age of internet, there's a new app that will help you break up with people. fill me in on this one. >> it's called the break-up shop. they will do it for you. there's a naughty package, a nice package. >> what comes in the naughty package? >> photos of you with your new significant other, your old significant other. the nice package is a movie, a
break-up and chocolate and you don't have to see your significant other that ranges between $5 and $80 to do it. i have a friend who was broken up with recently. the millennial -- it's called ghosting because, poof, they are gone. >> this is the new world we live in. this is social media dominating. it sounds ridiculous, though. do it yourself. >> have you been broken up with? >> no. >> through a text or anything like that? >> no. >> i have been. >> i was in an elevator yesterday and both kids like this. they are like this all the time. why are they not breaking up like this? lol. we're done. >> my theory is, if you're broken up with somebody via that way, then good riddance into
meanwhile, bill clinton is about to join hillary clinton on the campaign trail but could that help donald trump more? then, he served our country in iraq and this marine veteran turned firefighter is saving lives here at home. crawling through a burning home on christmas to save a teenager. that's next. i'd like to make a dep-- vo: it happens so often, you almost get used to it. we got this. vo: which is why being put first takes some getting used to. ♪ nationwide is on your side
and the front-runner feud between hillary clinton and donald trump is escalating and former president bill clinton will join his wife on the trail. could that end up helping trump more than clinton? here to debate it is adam goodman and democratic strategist steve lester. steve, let's start with you. the bottom line is, you hear a
lot of democrats saying bill clinton has been itching to get out there on the campaign trail and he will be a good asset, according to democrats. >> he definitely will be. he helped barack obama a lot in the 2012 campaign, helping him get re-elected. he's somebody who gets to focus the issues really well on behalf of the person who he's advocating for and takes a lot of the energy out of bernie sand de ers' campaign and back onto hillary's. >> adam, is he somebody that donald trump obviously believes that bill clinton has vulnerabilities and when hillary clinton threw that punch earlier this week basically saying that donald trump has been making sexist comments and donald trump warned her, i am going to be talking about bill clinton. does bill clinton also bring a lot of baggage? >> you have to look at history, both her history and bill's
history in 2008. bill tried to weigh in in a big way early on in her presidential campaign. the campaign did not make it to the finish line. he was very controversial and started to be more to the background. we have to look at her history. we live in a time where messenger and message count. after getting coaching from professionals on personality and persona, she seems to be turning to her own husband to give her a dose of that. i do agree, though, that one of the political factors, the biggest factor right now is the basin sensitivity. if bernie sanders were to actually win new hampshire, this might be a primary fight. >> i want to speak with you for a second, adam. we'll have donald trump on at the top of the 8:00 hour eastern time to talk about hillary clinton and a lot of other subjects. adam, let's talk about trey gowdy who is going on the campaign trail with marco rubio.
"i look forward to campaigning in iowa with him and introducing my good friend to voters across the state." he's saying that this is not an official endorsement but when you're out on the road in iowa with him, could this be a big endorsement when you have the chairman of the benghazi committee to warm up voters? >> first, americans have to get over the confusion between trey gowdy and kurt gowdy, the late great sportscaster. but i think it actually means something to mark at a time when he was losing momentum especially because of the attacks from cruz and others having to do with his involvement with the gang of eight. i think this is good. endorsements can be somewhat mitigated by bigger circumstances in campaigns. this is a good one going into iowa where the conservative laying is the primary way to
victory. >> steve, big picture, obviously marco rubio wants to win the republican nomination but the idea is he could potentially be a new face for the gop, marco rubio in a strong general election candidate if he's jumping in with the chairman of the benghazi committee, does that backfire with independent voters? >> i don't think so. i think he definitely would be one of the top two or three people that we would be worried about as far as folks on the republican side in the general election. the problem is, he's just so far off of the mark at this point. he would need something like jeb bush and chris christie both to bow out of the race and then he might be a threat to win iowa, to win the nomination. right now he doesn't seem like he's going to be able to make it. he's going to lose iowa, new hampshire and probably out by the end of super tuesday. >> we'll all be watching closely for the next republican debate, mid-january. thank you, adam and steve. >> thank you. the leader of isis resurfaces with a threat against the west but the state
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through flames to rescue a teenager trapped in a fire. >> with the story is that firefighter and iraq war veteran, lieutenant danny vee, welcome, lieutenant. walk us through what's happening on christmas. >> well, we got a call about just past 10:00 in the morning, rolled up to the building, 313 was right behind us. people outside told us there was a woman in the back hanging out the window. went around back, saw her hanging out the window. told her not to jump. we were coming up. >> how high up? >> about third floor. >> okay. >> called for a ground ladder, but by the time that got deployed, better off just going in and trying to grab her from the interior. >> ugh. >> so we went in, one of my guy's forced the door very quickly. did a great job doing that. me and one firefighter did a search while one tried to cool the room with a water can. we did a search with little
visibility. we made our way to the bedroom, luckily found her quickly. took my mask off, put it on her. then tried to get her out as quick as we could. that's where other guys were down to give her medical attention. >> everybody else, attention away from yourself. >> absolutely. >> it wasn't just one person. so many have different roles to play. and it was such a collaborative team effort. >> it always is, but it takes -- i stand in awe and appreciate men like you, iraq war veterans who are such sturdy and reliable members of the community doing hero irk e day. is that an extraordinary call, ordinary call, what do you see? >> any time there's a victim trapped, that's where, you know, you're blood pressure goes through the roof, heart rate increases, and it's just adrenaline rush. >> military training helps you for that. >> yeah, maybe. >> yeah, maybe a lot.
>> when you're about to go underneath, set the scene for us, obviously you're seeing fire and smoke. give us more what it's really like to be in the situation where you're about to go into a burning room? >> we go to the door. feel the door, it's hot. once we go in there, the fire will be close to the door. we're going to have to move to something -- >> was it an old building? >> wasn't that old, big, brick building. forced the door, heavy smoke conditions. and just thinking at that point, tunnel vision. we saw her hanging out the door. 16-year-old girl on christmas. and, you know, you're just trying to get her out of there. >> and do we know how she's doing now? >> she was in good shape. she was going to have a full recovery. >> remarkable. saved her life on christmas. that's remarkable. >> parents were apparently at church when it happened. she was home alone. you imagine the fire. you switch your mask off, what an incredible story.
you doing all right? >> yeah, just went to the hospital, breathed in a little bit of smoke moving through, that's why i'm still so rapsy right now. cut my finger a little bit, but all in all, just happy everybody's safe. >> we're glad you're doing well. she's doing well. and there's another young person, your nephew, you brought him the tickets to the jets game. i hope someone from the jets is watching. you know what section you're sitting in? >> 148. >> you need to get this guy on the field. >> go to section 148. >> yes. >> honor this lieutenant. thank you for your service, we appreciate it. >> great job, thank you, thank you. >> try to go on the field, he's a hero. >> awesome to share a couch with a man like this. appreciate you being here. 18 months since we learned of the problems plaguing the va. haven't been fixed. the deadly delays says there aren't enough doctors. hear from him, just ahead. and vladimir putin has a calendar. oh yeah. i'm going to run right out and get it. bizarre pictures vladimir putin,
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morning stunneder for sports fans. new report ties peyton manning to performance enhancing drugs, allegedly, along with other athletes. who's behind these shocking allegations and why peyton manning is calling this complete garbage. mornings are better with friends. and let's get straight to that fox news alert, tornados touching down in texas. eight people, at least reason are dead after storms swept through the lonestar state leaving homes and churches destroyed. and thousands out in the cold. >> house was demolishing, everything around us was demolished. >> several reports of tornados were reported in the dallas/ft. worth area. >> live in washington this morning with the latest details on the deadly storms, good morning, garrett. >> good morning, so sad, it's a lot of families were still at home celebrating christmas last
night with presents and wrapping paper still on the floor when a series of deadly tornados hit the dallas metro area. one official described this as a war zone. the damage stretched over about 40 miles, and you can see how these homes were demolished. their roofs ripped off, cars thrown on to their sides and pelted with debris. entire neighborhoods covered with debris as folks went outside to take a look at the damage. and folks there say that the tornados came out of nowhere. >> i looked out my window and saw the funnel, you know, around my house, and i opened to the hallway. >> sounded like a freight train coming through. >> shocking, just heard everything just shating, rattling, rolling. >> me and my family got out under the stairwell and everything, and trying to protect ourselves. >> search and rescue teams have been working through the night to reach folks still trapped in the debris. officials say at least eight people were killed in the storm, five were killed in their cars
at the intersection when one of the tornados made a direct hit. in total, at least 18 people have been killed in these deadly storms that have been hitting the south over the holiday season. back to y'all. >> wow. garrett tenny in washington, appreciate the details. and it's not over yet. texas still bracing for even more storms today. the nasty weather wreaking havoc on travel. many are expected to be stranded. airports across the country as they travel home or attempt to travel home from christmas. >> we have the latest from the meteorologist. terrible, terrible story. >> really it will started on wednesday, we had reports of tornados and it's continued through today and monday and tuesday as well. the threat for severe weather will diminish, but we're going to see the potential for a winter storm across much of the country. so look at the temperatures, you can see this is actual windchill, what it feels like.
so below zero. for a big chunk of the country, and we have our blizzard concerns for parts of the southwest, up towards the midwest. so the cold side of the storm is bringing 12 to 18 inches of snow, isolated amounts of 24 inches, and south of that, that's where we're seeing incredible amounts of rain and the threat for flash flooding. some areas could get six to eight inches of rainfall, and you can see the last 24 hours between that. we've got a layer of ice. icing, ice storm warnings for parts of oklahoma, and look at the ice, anywhere from a quarter to inch to half inch of ice, stretching from central texas all the way up toward illinois and indiana over the next couple of days. ice is the worst thing you can travel on. so you can urged to stay put, if you live in any of these areas, please listen to your local forecasters. all right, here's your forecast precipitation. several inches of rain ahead of the system, and feet of snow behind it. there's really that contrast, it
is incredible. of course blizzard concerns across new mexico, texas, oklahoma, up towards kansas. and an icy storm warning for a big chunk of oklahoma. meaning that you can't travel the ice is coating the roadways, and the power lines, and it is just too dangerous. i know a lot of folks want to get home, but they really need to stay put. local officials are saying that. >> people get very frustrated about travel delays, but puts in perspective when you see more than ten who have died with this storm system. you had more than a dozen with the earlier southern storms who were killed around christmas. travel delay is nothing compared to that. >> really, absolutely. just be careful. >> we'll be talking with somebody for a little bit about travel hints in case you are stranded. let's goat other headlines, multiple european cities are now on alert after being warned of possible attack ahead of the new year. police in vienna, austria stepping up security after warning of a gun or bomb attack. no plans yet to cancel new
year's events there. firefighters finally gaining control of a 1,200 acre wild fire. it exploded near a coastal central highway. it's north of los angeles. it is now 60% contained. firefighters, hundreds of them are still working to try to put out the flames. the fire did shut down highway 101 and also the pch pacific coast highway there along the pacific ocean. they are now back open, however, crews say it'll be another three days before it is fully contained. and a shocking new report is linking peyton manning, along with other athletes to performance enhancing drugs. this is an al jazeera documentary, sow, you know, take it for what it's worth. pharmacist, then employed at the anti-anyoning dire institute in indiana told an undercover reporter that manning was allegedly given human growth hormones back in 2011 when he was recovering from neck surgery that he had. manning is denying these
allegations. he responds to the report by saying the allegation that i would do something like that is complete garbage. and is totally made up. it never happened. never. and we will have a panel of football players an sports medicine specialists at 7:30 to talk about that bomb bell documentary. and also, oh vladimir. spend 12 months with vladimir putin, bare chested man. releasing a 12 -- >> he has a shirt on 2016 calendar. look at him delicating holding that leaf. it's very interesting. the calendar chronicles his life. >> oh yes. >> oh, baby. are you checking this out? >> oh yeah. posing for a robust shirtly photo. sensitive side. puppy dog. >> oh. >> my goodness. >> he is just, he's just a dream
boat. i mean. >> they know how to do it there. >> they do. >> interesting. donald trump, we'll see whether he comes out with the a calendar or anything like that. for now he's on social media. >> in a terror. >> he's pounding hillary clinton, jeb bush in recent days, look, he has seized this from the beginning of the campaign, social media particular has spent practically no money when you compare it especially to the tens of millions of dollars that was spent by jeb bush, his superpack, all the other candidates, and he's not justpo conversation. back at it on saturday saying quote hillary clinton announced that she is going to be out there letting her husband out to campaign, but he's demonstrated a penchant for sexism, so inappropriate says donald trump. there's been a lot of pundits who have been saying donald trump going after bill clinton on any sexism issues is going to backfire. and a lot of the same pundits
said donald trump wasn't going to run, wasn't going lead -- >> i don't understand why it would backfire. i don't understand why, because the people voting for hillary clinton are people who love bill clinton would be the ones who would be voting for her, wouldn't they? >> already in her column. and frankly, i mean, she kind of layed it out for himself calling him sexism. look at guy she's sleeping with every night. >> that's the point he's making. bill clinton and reminding people of the -- thank you for reminding them. you talk about conventional wisdom. where is that right yet in the campaign? donald trump is cutting into conventional wisdom. he sees a vulnerability first female president, such a strength, maybe it's because of the person she's tied to. i think historically, feels like john kerry in 2004 where everyone thought his military service was going to be his strength, but it was a liability. you could see that here in some ways -- >> partly because he didn't fight back.
hillary clinton is going to push back. we'll see whether or not it works for her. donald trump is live next hour. 8:00 a.m. eastern. we're going to ask him about this, also about substantive topics beyond the war of words with hillary clinton. don't miss it, donald trump, republican front runner. >> one of the things is is the va. it's something -- i work in a great deal as well, va still not fixed. a year and a half after the scandal began, and it started in phoenix where revelations were made by whistle blowers about the care given and how poor it was. well, we had sam foot on earlier this morning asking questions about this administration and phoenix because there's new evidence that care isn't still good in phoenix. here's what dr. foot had to say. >> the question is what role is the white house playing in this? as you know, rob, neighbors was assigned the va problem in june of 2014, and then, earlier this year, he was made the chief of staff of the va. and originally, deputy secretary
gibson appeared to be going out after whistle ploeblowers and pe who did done things not consistent with va policy, but the brakes were suddenly put on him. >> dr. foote speaking out as a revelation that there aren't enough doctors at the phoenix va. >> i mean, you've been researching this, what's the big issue? what needs to happen right now? >> ultimately, need accountability, the head of the phoenix va, they're still in charge and still being paid. people need to be fired and ultimately give veterans a choice. this is a giant bureaucracy, big shocker you're still not providing what you need for veterans. dr. foote has continued to speak out. >> you would think that what happened, the revelations about people who die waiting for care, that would want washington to do something. >> it hasn't. >> there's gridlock, entrenched, unions don't want things to change. >> a lot of bureaucrats in washington. i don't know if you know that? >> really? almost 300,000 of them.
>> we'll be following the story closely and also incredible other stories. leader of isis resurfaces with a new threat against the west. this as the state department says we're winning with the war against violent extremism. that's a boldfaced lie, he's here next. and clint eastwood makes his presidential picks. who the hollywood legend likes in 2016. we will be right back. feel secure in your dentures... feel free to be yourself all day. just switch from denture paste to sea-bond denture adhesive seals.
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in october, it was reported that isis leader al baghdadi was seriously injured in an air raid, but a new audio message proving otherwise. the terror leading saying, i quote, crew saiders and jews don't dare to come on the ground because they were defeated in iraq and afghanistan. alternative christmas broadcast. all this while the state department blogs it is winning the war against violent extremism. well, here to weigh in on this is senior fellow at the london center for policy research, tony shaffer. thank you for joining thus morning. >> thanks for having me. >> mess fraj al baghdadi, the state department that we're winning the war against violent extremism, who's right? >> well, i think the fact that we aren't winning the war speaks for itself. i mean, pete, look, the comments of the state department is baghdad bombs saying there's no americans in baghdad when you have an m-1 abrams rolling behind his back.
that's how self-deception, level of self-deception the state department is accommodate. libya, syria, all the places we've done things. state department has failed. yemen, iraq, i mean, iran, it's altogether, it's all completely failing, so as a policy. so, baghdadi is not correct either in that, you know, he's talking about things he wants to do. pete, the most important thing we need to focus on here is not what baghdadi said, it's the fact that he said it. that tells me everything by the fact that we have not done what we need to do to both eradicate his personal message as well as eradicate him. to be effective, he have to go after the nanna control. the fact that we have our own state department working against us, actually adding to isis' meme by allowing them to continue to basically take up and say that they're winning, as well as the fact that, you know, we're actually not doing what we need to do, kill the guys we we
should killing. >> in the tape al baghdadi calls on saudi islamists to call on that regime. what are the indications that saudi arabia might be putting together? do you think he's taking on? >> it's clear that the issue in saudi arabia has been one of the issues, the foundations of violent extremism, violent islam from day one. so, clearly baghdadi's telegraphing trying to recruit people, trying to get people to do something. with that said, pete, the saudi arabia leadership is going in the right direction. proposed over a year and a half ago a arab neighbor created. the 34-member nation that the saudi is trying to put together is what we should be doing. the idea here is that we need to find the sunni element, sunni military elements to settle sunni areas of iraq. we don't do that, let the shia come in, let the iranians come no, we have not solved anything, we've created a second level of violence and chaos by the fact
that we actually added to the chaos, but it's a good idea. >> absolutely. there's been developments on the ground as well in iraq. they have made progress in ramadi, property vins, what do you see happening there and are implications for the turning of the tide in the fight against isis? >> well, i see, pete, i'm hopeful that ramadi becomes a turning point in that this is the place we pull everything together. i have great confidence in the pentagon and the department of joint chiefs, with that said, it's not up to us who win the war. it's up to the iraqis to figure out their future. we need to be helpful, help coach them, but as baghdadi said, he's trying to draw us in to having boots on the ground. we can do this with special operations and outorganize coalitions and those people on the ground, iraqis, saudis, and to do this boots on the ground for us. if we don't do that quickly,
isis will continue to thrive and baghdadi will be able to attack the west. >> the one word missing is american leadership. >> that's correct. yes, sir. >> thank you so much for your knowledge this morning, breesht it. >> thanks, pete. >> you got it. a sunday morning stunning for sports fans. new report allegedly ties peyton manning and other high profile athletes to performance-enhancing drugs. what could this mean for his legacy? our football panel weighs in next. and welcome back to the jungle. is guns and roses about to reunite? we shall see.
the keys to this home belong to mark and alissa anderson. they bought the place four months ago on what was arguably the scariest day of their lives. neither has any idea what the future holds for them. but they bought into a 30-year mortgage anyway. that was bold. they must really believe in themselves. buy in. quickenloans/home buy. refi. power. but he's a chaos candidate. jeb bush: donald, you know, is great at the one-liners. and he'd be a chaos president. two months ago, donald trump said that isis was not our fight. donald trump: let syria and isis
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shocking new report out this morning tieing football superstar peyton manning and other high profile athletes to performance enhanciing drugs. peyton says the allegation that i would do something like is complete garbage and totally made up. never happened, never. i can't believe somebody would put something like this on the air. whoever said this is making this stuff up. what could this mean for his legacy, martha washington, former all-pro tony richardson and dr. ron. welcome, we're going to talk about concussions in a moment. i want to start be you, marvin, how do we make sense of an allegation like this. it's in a documentary, not just peyton manning, but other athletes. we've heard denials before and had our hearts broken where its been true. how do you make sense this morning. >> to me it's just an allegation. and the person that's on film, he's now retracted what he said and he says he was just making it up to see how legitimate the
guy was. it's an allegation. i know a lot of athletes at the end of their career use hdh, i'm just shocked that peyton's name is associated with something like that. we just to wait and see. time will tell. >> how do you make sense when players like peyton manning, sticking around longer and longer, wants to stay at the top of his game, again, it's an allegation, but how do you make sense? >> it's an allegation. obviously i was a player, i guess hanging around and sticking around for 17 years. and peyton manning was a friend of mine. i had chance to play in pro bowl, and people always say, you know, are athletes taking drugs and things of that nature. for me knowing i was playing throughout my career and allegations would get more information, that's where we should leave it. >> i want to bring in the doctor, there's obviously, as that report comes out. also this new movie "concussion" hitting theaters, will it make a difference, why is it important, do you think, to discuss this,
especially for youth, you know, young players out there who are getting concussions and there's a lot of parents are worried about this. >> you know, the kids are more susceptible obviously because their brain is younger and easily to get injured. when you look at the statistics, you know, in games, concussions is much higher in youth football than in high school and college and the pros. so, you want to protect them as they're going forward. so the movie is going to bring a lot more awareness to people who aren't necessarily nfl fans. i mean people who watch the nfl, everybody know's the hot topics, there's concussion protocols now. this is going to cause the moms that don't watch football with the fathers, you know, to say wait a minute, i'm the not sure if my kid should be doing this. >> on the parents who are watching today, let's go through the stats, youth football injuries per 1,000 athlete exposures, 2.38 will suffer concussions.
1.02 ankle sprain, .53 fractures. but in terms of concussions, youth football, one in 30, high school, 1 in 14 in college, 1 in 20 in the pros. you'll see concussions. you have an interesting idea which is, let's go back to old school for young people. >> well, i think so. because the brain is still developing. and i think you can still learn how to play football without the helmet. i think you can learn, you can play fast, you can learn proper technique of tackling, and you keep your head out. >> leather helmet. >> >> i don't know if it's a leather helmet, but what we have in the nfl for college and high school level. it needs to be where they go out there, play fast and learn the fundamental technique and take the head off the game. >> would you let your kids play? >> actually been it's an interesting question. i think based on the life lessons that aye learned, how the sport has changed my life, now with the technology and information out there, i would
allow my kids to play, but it'd have to be if there's a smarter way to play now have as a kid, i didn't play football, i grew up in germany, i didn't play organized football until my tenth grade year in high school. if i had some right now, i would let him play if he's properly taught. i think with the heads up program, i think the nfl and others are doing a better job of kicking their head out of the game. >> talk to parents directly watching right now. what do you think is the appropriate way for them to make these very personal decisions about whether to let their kids play football or whether or not, you know, how early they should be using helmets. >> i mean, i mean they need to know the statistics. i mean information is everything, and communication. so, one you have to know what the risks are. just like in surgery, you have to know what the risks are of surgery before you have surgery. all right. versus the benefit. there's a lot of benefits in playing football that we haven't spoken about, camaraderie, learning how to strategize right, offenses, defenses,
different in football versus other sports. but you have to learn the proper techniques, you have to get the coaches to learn, you know, and be certified and not just go out there and tell the kids to, you know, hit as hard as they can. and it's more about the technique and learning the game properly. >> marvin, do you want to say something? >> um, you know, the nfl has done a lot of work with concussions, but i'm going to quote john madden, the legendary coach and hall of fame guy us, he says we've come a long way, but we have a long way to go in the pros, college, and high school. nfl must use their resources behind treatment and diagnostic, diagnostic treatment of concussions. >> something very wise words this morning from marvin, tony, doctor, thank you for joining us. >> appreciate it. talk to an nc chair at the republican national convention in 2012. just made his pick for 2015. we'll tell you who he thinks
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after tornados tear through the dallas area. >> oh man. large tornado, large tornado. >> multiple twisters leaving homes and churches destroyed. thousands out in the cold, cars thrown on to their sides and pelted with debris. >> i'm really just grateful. you know, my wife works not that far from here. if i didn't call her, my kids would be here too. you know, a lot of things. >> wow. five seconds later, windows were breaking. i'm yelling at the family to get cover and we really had no warning. everybody seems to be okay. house was demolished. everything around us is demolished. >> texas still bracing for more storms expected today. all this comes ahead of what will be a very busy travel day today, julia. >> yeah, i was talking to some friends of mine, likearm geden,
all these crazy weather issues. let's go over to janet, good morning. >> we talk about the travel delays, we're going to see a lot of those across much of the country. 18 million people affected by this next storm system, and it continues to be on the move, and of course we saw tornados yesterday. we're going to see the potential for severe storms again today, although the threat will diminish heading into monday and tuesday, but taking a look at the past 24 hours, so we've got not only the risk for severe weather, we've got flooding issues, four to eight inches of heavy rain across portions of the mississippi, the tennessee, and the ohio river valley. behind that, very cold air, so we're seeing 18 to 24 inches of snow behind this across the southwest, towards texas and then up towards the upper midwest. now when you talk about severe threat, today, one more day of hail, damaging winds, and isolated tornados, and that threat shifts eastward. so dallas, you're not quite in
there, but as we move toward shreveport and alexandria and little rock, towards new orleans, you could see the risk for strong storms. and then on monday, we'll see that shift again towards the east, so the florida panhandle, up towards alabama and mississippi. so again, it's going to be a trying day, unfortunately into monday and tuesday, as the storm continues to move eastward, so we're going to see the results of this across the ohio valley, the great lakes, the northeast, some areas of new england could receive 6 to 12 inches of snow. a big chunk of the country affected by this latest system, and of course we were talking about flight delays. we're going to talk about that right now. back to you. >> thanks very much. well yes, flights are delayed all across the country as many cancelled. what do you do if this happens to you? >> here with the answers to questions is our travel expert. >> good morning. >> good morning. thanks for having me. >> such a nightmare when your flight is cancelled and
especially the holidays, hoenl, back to families. >> it's a perfect storm this weekend. and the first thing you need to do, if your flight is cancelled is to look for the voucher code on the carrier's website. this will allow you to change your flight without incurring healthy or -- >> what? >> it's a number, it'll be on the home page or mobile app of your carrier's site or mobile app, and that is the first thing you should find. and you can then go ahead and rebook the flight on your own, but i also recommend simultaneously calling the carrier and getting online with a ticket or gate toogt see which of the three will get you rebooked the fastest. >> at the moment when you see cancelled, and the blood drops and you panic. get in line -- >> get on the phone. >> get on your mobile device, one of these three, you never know which one. >> and the faster people will get the seats. >> how do you get on a flight that's not three days later? we've got it figured out, but then you're stuck for three days.
pick up your kids, get back to work. >> if the weather issue is in the destination, you need to get to, i recommend looking at surrounding airports and seeing if there are flights into them. so for example, if you're fly into new york, newark, philadelphia, at least as close as possible, then hop in a taxi or take a train home. if the weather is in your outbound city, that may be a situation to consider alternate forms or use apps like exmedia to rent a car and get yourself home. >> what if your carrier, they don't have another delta flight, can you get a flight on another carrier? >> it's up to the discretion of the airline whether or not they will search for flights on an alternate carrier, the likelihood is stronger in they are part of the same alliance. for example, delta, airfrance, all part of the team. so it helps you as a passenger to know and ask the questions is another flight available. >> go ahead. there are no flights, i mean, you can't sit there at the
airport, or can you? i guess. >> everybody makes a mad dash to book boot airport hotel. you should be one of the first people on your mobile app making that hotel reservation. if you're stranded in the airport, use an app that can help you locate the best restaurants, which you may be spending a lot of time in. >> you're right about getting right on the hotel reservations, if you don't do that and you're near jfk, there are sketchy places over there. >> and you want to be at the airport, you don't want to be 10, 15 minutes away. and vouchers for hotel and food, carriers don't have to give you those. that's up to the discretion of the airlines. >> thank you. >> thanks, courtney. >> you're welcome. we want to go to other stories making headlines today, florida woman who was kicked off a plane and arrested for kicking, screaming, and spitting. this well-behaved young lady is amanda able. she was drunk on board a flight at the st. petersburg/clearwater international airport. she threw a tantrum, cops say
she threatened and kicked deputies. which is not a good thing to do. no, especially at an airport. she was charged with a disorderly intoxication. the u.s. looking to cut the amount in pay to the united nations over the next thee years. washington as well as other countries around the world picking up the tab for peace-keeping activities. the problem is the u.s. paid billions more than everyone else. last year, over $3 billion for the so-called regular secretary budget. the u.s. tab is more than the tally for france, uk, and russia combined. clint eastwood, hollywood icon and political kind of guy is weighing in on the race for 2016. his pick for commander and chief, well, he's got two, and there you see them, donald trump and ben carson. in an interview with extra, extra, the long-time republican noted trump's fearless attitude and carson's common sense, something he says president obama does not have. >> i think people are looking
for somebody who's outspoken and who isn't afraid. any one would be better than what we've got. >> eastwood says he's not sure if he'll speak at the republican national convention to a lonely chair again. zblnlts and they were the biggest rock band in the '80s and '90s and now rumors are swirling that they are going to be going back to the jungle, guns and roses are. ♪ >> this is like the reunion, but this is like maybe it's going to happen. reports are emerging that clips of the bands welcome to the jungle video are playing in movie theater, why would that be? maybe to generate some interest. heavy metal band updating his official website with the group's classic logo from the debut album, what a figure that was. causing ma m to speculate that they are indeed teasing a major announcement. >> really the best? >> they were very popular.
>> okay. just checking. >> interesting. well coming up within congress is looking at ways to decrease the prison population, but in career criminal was released early. now he's accused of murdering a new york city police officer. so is that really a good plan? a retired nypd detective joins us next. coming up at the top of the hour, donald trump will join us live, you will not want top miss this.
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thank you for joining thus morning. there's been unfortunate incidents here in new york city where folks who were let out on lighter sentences, unfortunately went on to commit crimes. in fact there's a national stat that almost 76% of criminals who committed a crime within five years has committed another one. are we seeing something where criminals who shouldn't be let free are being let free? >> i think that's been going on for quite some time. hopefully we're going to see a change in this. finally trying to get new york to catch up to other states where if the criminal is deemed to be a threat to society, we don't have to release hem back into -- them back into society out there. >> but you're seeing a trend on the ground, even with prosecutors and the way the process is going, folks who maybe non-violent drug offenses or slightly violence offenses are being let go? >> i conversations with myself trying to dispute the fact that we're giving drug offenders drug treatment programs. who is that helping if you're giving a drug dealer a drug
program. it's their way of getting out of jail. >> back on the streets selling drugs to others. we have a stat we're going to throw u. americans up five -- prison population is substantial in the united states. 5% of the world's population in america, 25% of the world's prisoners, i mean, locking up in the united states. do you think some reforms in washington would let out the non-violent criminals is just going to make the problem worse? >> i don't know if it's going to make it worse, but i mean obviously we have to do something. one, i don't think a lot of countries are probably correctly stating their numbers. i don't believe that. but, to think about these diversion programs for people and think what happened with detective holder to somebody who has tornado rest and we're letting them back out. let's stop worrying about these criminals, and that's the problem, we're worrying more about the criminals rather than anybody else. it makes no sense. >> absolutely. it's the folks living freely who deal with the implications of
that. in october 6,000 prisoners released within i believe in new york city. knob-violent drug offenses, again. do we even non-violent drug offenses leading to other crimes. >> i take that term and i laugh at it, non-violent drug offender. if you're dealing with drugs, the robberies, the shootings, so much of it stems from drugs. and the whole thing is that everybody say non-violent drugs. it's very rare that you have somebody who's not connected to the crimes. >> a the love people feel like the war on drugs has not succeeded the way anyone wanted it to. is there another way to get at it? >> i think we have to be harsher. these people found loopholes, they're coming in and out of the jail system. there's no real worry to them. they're living in some areas that are not the nicest areas. they're not losing much by getting put into rikers island by being fed and clothed. they don't worry about it. >> it's harsher sentencing, some of the min pulls, you have small
with life sentences, there's probably room. >> and there's room for change on every end. the whole thing is when they're not worried about going to jail, they know there's ways around it. they just opens up more opportunities for the kids to deep doing what they're doing. >> thank you very much for jo joining us. appreciate it. war of words with hillary clinton is heating up. he joins us live in about ten minutes. and have you ever felt like this after new year's? >> never been there before. we did. >> christmas day hangover with christmas day afterhangover. will more alcohol fix that hangover? we separate fact from fiction, next. ♪
this holiday season is a great time for family and friends. but when it comes to health, it's time to set the record strength. we have dr. rashini raj from the nyu school of medicine. merry christmas. good to see you. >> so nice to see all of you. >> everybody gets out and about during the holidays, especially here in new york city when we have crazy record temperatures. it's been like 100 degrees, well, 60 degrees, but it feels like 100 sometimes out there with the crowds. but it doesn't mean we'll have it easy for flu season. people are still out and about.
>> this is that false sense of confidence. it's warm out, i don't need to worry about the flu. and the flu virus, yes, it's not quite as hearty during warmer temperatures. but because people are out and about, they are sick, they are out, they are infecting other people. and we are still early in the flu season. it can go as late as may. get your flu shot as the best form of prevention and practice good hand hygiene when out in public. >> yeah, use the disinfectant stuff. >> yeah. >> some of us say, we are going to eat more, the end of the year, i'm going to make a resolution. weight gain during the holidays is usually lost during the summer months, is that true? >> that is false. the problem is, people don't usually lose it. over the years that can accumulate. so you really want to keep it in moderation, i know it's hard, but stick to your exercise routine.
if you are going to the dinner, have a little something in your stomach so you don't go overboard when you get there. >> what about new year's eve, alcohol and we hear with hangovers, alcohol is not created equal. there are different hangovers, more of this, less of that. >> there is some truth to this. now that being said, any alcohol, if you have way too much of it, you will have a hangover. but certain ones are worse than others. the lighter colors, like vodka and gin, have less chemicals, fermentation by-products that can add to the hangovers. bourbon, whiskey, tequila, not great. the stuff you mix it, the carbonation, the bubbles. the carbonated mixers make you absorb alcohol more quickly. and have it on ice, the rocks, the ice tends to melt and it lu loses the alcohol. >> i'm no doctor, but i feel like hair of the dog technique is the best cure.
one drink in the morning will level you out. >> my goodness. well, here's the story. many of the hangover symptoms are caused by a wild withdrawal from alcohol. so yes, the hair of the dog will temporarily make you feel better. but overall, you are postponing the inevitable. you'll have the hangover worse because you put in more alcohol. the best cure is sleep and ibuprof ibuprofen, not tylenol. >> thank you for coming on. everything is wonderful. >> thank you. >> don't go anywhere. donald trump will join us live in minutes. and blake shelton and miranda lambert were one of many couples to slip this year. we'll dive into this a little bit more. ♪
good morning, everyone. it's sunday, december 27th, i'm julia huddy. at least eight people are dead in texas. >> everything is gone over here. >> homes, buildings, all sorts of things turned into rubble. we are live with breaking details. and donald trump is taking on both clintons this morning. he'll join us live in mere moments to talk about the growing war of words. and it's a priceless photo bomb gone viral.
>> ah! >> great stuff. we talked to this marine and his mom about this amazing moment, when the marine came home early for christmas. and mornings, guess what, are better with friends right here on this couch. and we begin with a fox news alert. tornadoes touching down in texas. eight people are dead after storms swept through the lone star state leaving homes and churches destroyed, thousands out in the cold. >> we really had no rpg with a. everybody seems to be okay. houses demolished, everything around us is demolished. >> there were several tornadoes reported in the dallas/ft. worth area and also parts of garland as well. >> garrett kinney in live in washington, d.c., with the details on this deadly storm. garrett? >> reporter: good morning, y'all. search and rescue teams have been working through the night to reach folks trapped in the
debris. a lot of families were at home celebrating christmas with wrapping paper still on the floor when a series of tornadoes hit the dallas metro area. a couple of the 11 tornadoes are seen in this picture. that's a preliminary count from the national weather service that could go up. folks there said twisters came out of nowhere. >> i looked out my window and saw the funnel around my house and then i just dove into the hallway. >> it sounded like a freight train coming through. just shocking, just heard everything just shaking, rattling and rolling. >> me and my family, we all got up under the stairwell and everything and trying to protect ourself. >> one official describes the scene as a war zone. cars that didn't get flipped over were pelted with debris. and homes that were not demolished had roofs torn off and windows broken. the damage stretched over 40 miles. at least eight people were killed in the storm. five of them were in their cars at this intersection when one of the tornadoes made a direct hit.
>> this is the grace of god how it works. i'm really grateful, you know. my wife wor far from here. if i didn't call her right now, my kids would be here, too, so -- a lot of things. >> the latest tornadoes add to what has been a string of severe of storms across the south this week causing twisters, flooding and snow in west texas. at least 18 people have died this week in the storms. back to you. >> thank you, garrett. coming up in 30 minutes, we'll go to janice dean with our complete forecast and how the weather will impact your travel plans. but right now we want to go right to the telephone lines. we have donald trump, the republican front-runner, merry christmas. good morning to you, sir. >> good morning. >> did you have a nice christmas, by the way? >> yeah, it is. it was a great christmas. it was really interesting and beautiful. i love christmas. >> well, best kiswishes to you
your family. cnn has you topping the field, 39%. your closest competitor is senator ted cruz at 18%. then we see you on social media over the last few days sending what really looks like a warning shot to both bill and hillary clinton saying and tweeting at one point, be careful. you said, hillary, when you complain about a, quote, pension for sexism, that was a charge she started it and leveled at you. who are you referring to? i have great respect for women. be careful! my question is, number one, are you already looking ahead to the general election with some of the poll numbers? and number two, do you really think bill clinton is fair game in this race? >> well, the answer to number two, i think he's fair game because his presidency was considered to be troubled, to put it mildly, because of all the things she's mentioning to me. she actually said sexism, i don't know if you saw the following tweet, but i turned
her words against her from that standpoint. she's got to be careful and fair. we all have to fight fairly and we have to fight for the good of the country, for the good of the people, for the good of everybody. but we have to fight fairly. and she's playing the woman's card. it's like, give me a break. i have had so many women come up to me, saying, you have to keep her out. she's just terrible. she's playing the woman's card left and right. and women are more upset about it than anybody else, including most men. >> you're looking ahead to the general election then. you're so far ahead in the gop nomination battle, you're ready to take hillary clinton head-on? >> no, i don't feel like i'm so far ahead. i could be in a baseball game and be ten runs up in the ninth inning and never feel so far up. i'm against very capable people and there were a lot and there still are a lot. i guess a number have dropped out. we were at 17 when this whole beautiful journey started. and it's simply been interesting
for me because i have never done it before. i'm self-funding my campaign as you know, ed, and it's, you know, it's been very interesting to me to see. i'm dealing against a lot of vir capable people, so i never consider it to be over. as yogi says, it's not over until it's over, right? >> mr. trump, you mentioned the second tweet, which we have for the viewers to read, you tweeted on saturday, hillary clinton announced she's letting her husband out to campaign but he's demonstrated a pension for sexism, so inappropriate. and a lot of conventional wisdom says bill clinton was popular against some. do you see a vulnerability there that many don't snow. >> the pension for sexism was exactly her words and i just turned them and thought it was fine. yeah, i think that bill clinton was, you know, turned out to be a liability against obama when they ran against each other in '08. but he was absolutely, you know,
you look at the whole campaign, it was a mess. and he said things that were very, very problematic and troublesome. so, you know, certainly bill clinton is not going to be the end-all in the campaign. he'll come under attack, not just from me, but come under attack from many other people, including -- bernie sanders, i watched him the other day during the debate, he practically rolled over. i've never seen a guy like this give up the e-mails. in the last half of the debate, he was praising hillary clinton. i don't know how you win like that but maybe he has a different way of campaigning. and i don't think it's going to be bernie sanders. personally, i would rather run against hillary. i actually would rather run against hillary than bernie sanders. i'm more prepared to run against hillary. i don't think bernie is going to win. i think he passed it up when he gave a pass on her e-mails. she's under the federal investigation.
i have a feeling that the investigation will not go anywhere because the democrats won't let it. >> i already know what the reaction is going to be, i think, the group called americans voice, an immigrant group, they are unhappy with the report that the department of homeland security is going on raids, basically deporting families who surge across the border. they say, in part, it's essentially due to you, they are blaming this on you or bringing you into the mix. you have doubled down, not surprisingly, and you say, yeah, this is part me. elaborate a little bit on this. >> well, we either have a country or we don't. and you have people, many, many millions of people, not only pouring into the country but people here. and a lot of bad things are happening and you've been seeing it with the crime and you have been seeing it with other. but we also, we don't talk about it economically, it's very bad. because they are taking jobs of americans. and we have to do something about it. but either we have a border, and i'm the one that said we have to have a border, we have to have a wall. it's got to be a great wall.
it's got to really stop people and stop drugs and stop all this other stuff that's coming in. if you look at what is going on with the drugs problem with the drugs poring through the southern border, new hampshire is plagued with heroin. it's a disaster what is going on. it's one of their big problems. every time i go to new hampshire, what they really want to talk about first on the list is the tremendous heroin problem they have. and, you know, we're going to have a wall and we'll have a border and we'll have a country again. very important. >> imfwramigration is very anim on the debates. the next one is on fox news, january 14, very early in the new year. you have been critical of rand paul at the bottom. the fbi has put out criteria and rand paul says he will not take part in a second tier debate. does the field need to be winnowed at this point. does fox and other networks have to whittle this down to a handful of candidates instead of
double dates, if you will. and if so, what do you think is the field, you and who else? >> i do think it will be whittled down. i agree with rand paul, i wouldn't want to do that. he's a united states senator and they call it all different names. they call it the child's page or children's page. lots of demeaning names. now, i guess some names come out of it but so far not much has come out of it. and it is very demeaning for a united states senator to be on a secondary stage when he was a front-runner at the beginning. i remember when i first entered the race, rand paul was close to leading the race. and now he's far from that. so i would say he's 100% right in not partaking. >> you think you need to winnow it. so what should the field? >> ideally it should be four or five. i don't want to name the candidates because that's inappropriate, but it should be down to four or five candidates and we should be able to speak for longer periods.
it was interesting in the last debate, they said, okay, you have 30 seconds to talk about the economy, right? well, you have 30 seconds to talk about illegal immigration, mr. trump. i said, wow, that's not much time. it would be better to -- i do like the shorter soundbytes, but it would be better if we could have a longer period of time to discuss these very important issues for our country. >> and where do you think you are in iowa right now? because ted cruz believes he's on a surge and that he might capture iowa and that would put more pressure on you to win new hampshire, where you'll be campaigning the next couple of days. >> right, i'm up in new hampshire where we are doing great. a poll just came out in iowa where i'm two points up if you saw yesterday. i think i'm doing well in iowa. i think we have a lot of people voting and caucusing that never did it before. and i think we've got a lot of -- all i know is every time i make a speech, we have crowds that are many, many, many times bigger than anybody else. i've been hearing the commentators, including your
network, where the question is, will the people come out and actually vote? i think they will but you don't know. look, i have a very good bond and relationship to the people of iowa. i've done great with the tea party. i've done really great with the evangelicals. you see the numbers. and ted and i are pretty close in terms of the polling, but i think we have a lot of people to go out. i hope to win iowa. it would be easy to say, oh, well, if i come in second or third that would be wonderful, but i don't want to say that. i would like to win iowa and then would like to win new hampshire with a very substantial lead. then in south carolina, we have likewise a very, very substantial lead. and i think we're going to do great in with the stc, but we'll see what happens. i can only say for sure, it's going to be interesting. >> it already has been. we want to ask you to stick around. i think you have agreed to do that. if you wouldn't mind, stay with us through the commercial break. we want to know what your new year's resolution is.
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welcome back. we're back on the phone joined again by republican front-runner donald trump. before we get his new year's resolution, we're waiting to hear -- we have a couple quick additional follow-up questions. this week a knowing conservative trey goudy is heading to iowa with marco rubio. some people are surprised by that and whether or not an endorsement will come out with trey gowdy with senator rubio in
iowa. all of you are fighting hard for iowa. what is your reaction to gowdy going to iowa with marco rubio? >> well, i hope, i just read about that and hope he does a better job than he did frankly in the benghazi hearings because they were a total disaster. i have been seeing on twitter many people extremely angry about the whole thing because marco has been strong for amnesty and very weak at the border. and a lot of people are upset with trey gowdy for doing that. he said it's not an endorsement, but if he's going to be traveling around with him, he might as well say it's an endorsement. everybody was looking forward to something really productive and he didn't win with the hearings. it was a total not good for republicans and for the country. i mean, beyond republicans, it was very bad for the country. so i hope he does a lot better for marco than he did for the benghazi hearings because they were not good. that was not a pretty picture. >> what do you say to your
critics this week who were upset, back to the hillary clinton matter, that you used a vulgar term to describe what happened in her 2008 campaign and are blaming her for her husband's mistakes. why not let her run on her own? >> first of all, the term that i used was not about the term. it means to be beaten badly, schloged, she was schlonged by the president. that's what happened to her with obama. it's not a vulgar term, it means beaten badly. look it up. it means beaten very badly. that was a race that she was expected to win. she was going to be crowned, it was going to be automatic and obama came along. this time it could be bernie sanders. same thing came out, bill clinton came out, went wild for her. he was accused of being a racist by president obama. i'll never forget the look on his face, but he was accused of being a racist by president obama, which he's not, by the way. but i thought it was a very similar pattern.
now, i don't see bernie sanders as being obama, but you never know what is going to happen, whether it's the identical pattern. but the term i used was not a -- it's a term used around new york and used around a lot of places. >> i've never heard of it. so you enlightened me on the term schlonged, and i appreciate that. but i really would love to know what your new year's resolution is, if you have one, and i know you do. >> this is for pete. because pete's been very strong on the veterans. and i've watched him and he's really terrific on the subject, really understands the subject. i would like to help -- we always start with our family, and the bigger picture makes america great again, but to be more specific, we have to help the veterans. the veterans are being treated horribly. you saw the disaster yesterday in phoenix where it all sort of came to light where how bad it is. and if you remember a year ago, it all started really coming out how bad the veterans administration is. it started with phoenix where
yesterday they had some beyond horrible news with the waits and the deaths and all of the things. so i would like to really -- and i think i'm the only candidate who talks about the vets. every place i go, the veterans love me because i'm the only one, i bring it up all the time. the veterans in our country are being treated horribly. in many cases, worse than illegal immigrants, i will tell you that. >> very important. >> so in honor of people, go for the veterans. is that okay? >> very important to remember our veterans. >> mr. trump, if i can get a new year's resolution from mr. trump for the veterans, we'll take it. merry christmas. >> thank you. >> merry christmas, say hi to your family. a sports shocker. a new report linking potentially peyton manning and several star athletes to performance enhancing drugs. why peyton manning says the report is garbage. plus, blake shelton and miranda lambert were one of many celebrity divorces this year. it turns out the high-profile splits could help your
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i'm told 2015 was the year of the celebrity divorce. gwen and gavin, i knew that was happening. ben and jen, miranda and blake, they called it quits this year. by the way, the list does not stop there, unfortunately. >> but can their bitter divorces be learning lessons for all of us? joining us the an expert, rachel dielto, what could be better for the new year to make us happier? >> i think any lesson from people's hardships.
the first one is that picture-perfect isn't real. so all celebrities look like they have a picture-perfect life. and that life is something to aspire to. >> you can see on the screen we have infidelity. >> this is a huge thing. ben and jen and gwen and gavin, these are the issues. >> then i was talking to my wife about the segment and said, that's it, it's the nanny. >> why are they allowing the hot nannies? get some hot nanny guys and fire back. >> i think the important thing with infidelity is it's not the act, but the emotional turmoil that happens after infidelity. people need to realize how much damage it can do, even if it is just physical. >> and you mentioned already, picture-perfect doesn't exist. that can play into it because the marriage is not what it appears to be. >> we idolize people like blake and miranda and think, this is the most amazing relation shshi.
and then it falls apart and we realize everybody is human. everybody has flaws. >> ben affleck and jennifer garner seemed to have the best marriage. but then gwen stefani and gavin's relationship came a problem when she found out he had a child. >> too much too young, what do you mean with this? >> we see this from mandy moore and ryan adams. they got married at a young age. when you get married before you know who you are, there's issues of that. i was the subject of that, got married very young and came to a place where i was a completely different person and we needed to grow apart from this point. >> i remember watching the jessica simpson reality show with nick lachey, that was too young. >> they were very young.
the best person to date is yourself. >> number five, well, number four. >> every marriage is a relationship to stay together or break up. and this happened, i was listening to a couple interviews and gwen was saying she wished it never happened. >> her marriage never happened? >> no, the breakup. all the disillusion that came with it. we need both parties to be on the same page. if one person is really interested in keeping it alive and the other is not, it's never going to work. and we can't assume it all works itself out. >> the website where people can get more tips? >> racheldealto.com. a new report links peyton manning and other star athletes to performance enhancing drugs. why peyton says the report is total garbage. and it's a surprise one mom
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a fox news alert, the death toll from the texas tornadoes now up to 11. garland police confirming a short time ago that eight people have died in that city alone. up from the original total of five. 600 buildings in all, 600, have been damaged. >> so sad. even more storms are expected to hit texas today. and all of this nasty weather comes ahead of a busy travel day as many americans travel home after christmas. >> it is such a busy time. janice dean is tracking all the latest on this deadly system. we still have today, monday and tuesday to get through. and the worst of the weather started wednesday. so almost a week's worth of severe storms. now, the threat for tornadoes diminishes over the next 24 hours. but behind this system, we've got inches, feet of snow. and the potential for flash flooding. that's something we have not really touched upon. four to six inches.
and over a dozen states under flash flood watches and/or warnings. look at the rainfall, four to six easily. some isolated amounts of 8 to 12 inches of rainfall. and the ground is already saturated. so flash flooding and rivers are going to continue to rise. then behind it we have got the cold air. the snow and the freezing rain and sleet. we actually have an ice storm warning still in effect for parts of oklahoma. the most dangerous weather you can travel in is ice. so people are urged to stay off the roadways. then it will continue really across the upper midwest and the great lakes into the northeast. we could receive 6 to 12, even 18 inches of snow. and blizzard conditions continue for the southwest into texas and oklahoma. so people are urged to be safe. >> so the next couple of days will be very dicy. >> of course, make sure you are contacting whoever you are traveling to and make sure that you are on top of the airlines. >> don't mess with ice. >> no, no. >> it will sneak up on you every
time. thank you so much, janice. we'll check back with you in a little bit. now to other headlines, a message of terror. a new audio recording surfacing appearing to be from the leader of isis. in the 24-minute clip, abu al baghdadi says isis is thriving and the attacks on the coalition are failing. colonel schaeffer joined us earlier on "fox and friends" to talk about this disturbing message. >> it is not what baghdadi said, it is how he said it. we have not done what we needed to do to eradicate his personal message and eradicate him. >> this comes after the deaths of several isis leaders in recent weeks. he also warned israel that isis is coming for them. it's been a year, over a year since we learned about the problems running rampant at the phoenix v.a.
and despite the fact it's a year later, nothing has been fixed. the new report is out to confirm all the issues not covered, including shortened waiting times and shortage of doctors. >> many of the architects of the downfall of phoenix are still there. they have yet to take action on the chief of hsa, the associate director or the chief of staff there. they talked a lot about in the report what happened, but they didn't detail who was responsible. >> well, the investigators found that deering, still employed as the chief of staff, retaliated against those who reported the mismanagement. he's still on staff there. and a shocking report linking peyton manning along with some other athletes, but he was the headliner here to performance enhancing drugs, ped. they said the anti-ageing
institute in indiana told a reporter, an undercover hurdler from the united kingdom, that manning was allegedly given human growth hormones back in 2011 when he was recovering from the neck surgery. manning denies these allegations. he responded saying the allegation that i would do something like that is complete garbage and is totally made up. it never happened, never. so we'll be hearing a lot about that over the next few days. >> especially with the nfl playoffs coming up. earlier this week an oklahoma mom got a huge christmas gift a little early when her marine son came home sooner than expected from training and surprised her at an ihop. >> that way. keep looking. >> ah! >> very cool. here with us now are the mom and son you see in that amazing video. you have private wyatt here and
kimberly. good morning, thank you for join us. >> good morning. thank you for having us. >> what was happening is your husband asked you to take a selfie. you can kind of hearing you talk smack with him, what's going on? but then we see your son kind of sneaking up in the background on you. you obviously didn't know. but you looked you wanted and saw somebody coming. what was going on there, did you not recognize him? >> i don't know. i just didn't expect it to be him. so i was not really looking for him to be in the video. and when i noticed that it was him, of course, you see the complete shock on my face. so great surprise. >> well, private gornick, you were at infantry training in san diego, there have been many good plots hashed by privates at basic training or infantry school. when did you come up with this plan to surprise your mother? >> actually, the day i got to san diego, they told us there,
they said, y'all are leaving in three weeks. so you might want to figure out your plane tickets. so i was like, immediately, i was like, great, i'm calling my dad. and i was like, dad, just stay calm, but i need you to buy me some tickets because i'm coming home. and i really don't want you to tell anybody. and he said, great, that sounds like an awesome idea. >> so he was in on it. and this was a very nice christmas surprise, mom. tell us what it is like to have your son come home early. >> really, i can't put it into words. i had gotten myself prepared to not spend christmas with him. and i was still was feeling blue trying to find that christmas spirit, but -- it was just that icing on top of the cake. i mean, he has made the christmas all the better. >> we understand that the folks at ihop were a little freaked out because they all of a sudden hear a group screaming, they are trying to figure out what was going on.
but that was not the only surprise you made over the course of your return, private. tell us about the second one. >> are you talking about the one with my cyst heiy sister? >> sure, we'll start with that one. >> that was unexpected on my part, too. i didn't know she was going to be gone. so whenever she came home, they told me, and i came home from my girlfriend's, which is a whole other story. >> i heard about that one, too. >> but i opened the door and it was nice and dark in my house and my eyes had a hard time adjusting. and i was like, look at the presents under the tree. and kylie came running after me. esome. >> ah. >> a great story. it really illuminates how parents feel, mothers feel when their sons are in training and certainly why you are willing to sign up to join at this time of war. it says a lot about you and reminds us of the troops in iraq and afghanistan this day who didn't get to come home early. so we appreciate you sharing
this video with us. america loves it. >> thank you so much. and to all the moms out there that didn't get to spend christmas with their sons -- >> and i have my friend, it's also hard to see, like, i have a friend, kyle, in the army and a friend cury in the marines, and they are both here. it is very hard. it is not often to see that. and it's amazing. >> we hope you have a great time together, you guys. >> merry christmas. >> god bless you. merry christmas. >> you got it. good. you just a heard donald trump weigh in on his war of words with hillary clinton. m megyn mccain is here to weigh in on the war of words, next.
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i think it is fair game because his presidency was really considered to be very troubled, to put it mildly, because of all the things she's talking to me about. i mean, she's mentioning sexism. i turned her exact words against her from that standpoint. and she's got to be careful. it's got to be fair. and we all have to fight fairly. >> well, that was donald trump on a little bit earlier talking about hillary clinton. >> and bill clinton being fair game. >> exactly. >> and joining us now is meghan mccain, fox news contributor. hello. >> hello. >> you have taken on donald trump before. what do you think of his idea that this race may not just be about him against hillary clinton. that he wants to bring bill clinton, the sex scandal and other things up. >> i think if ted cruz's children are now fair game for everyone, bill clinton is more than fair game. you know, bill clinton gives a lot of people pause. i was talking about that during the break. i grew up in the '90s, i'm 31, my impression of bill clinton is
not a positive one because i have had a lot of uncomfortable discussions because of his behavior in the white house. so for me, it's something i still have a huge problem with and don't necessarily think bill clinton has a ton of respect for women. >> and politically speaking, however, we are setting all that aside, which is a very legitimate opinion, do you think it's a good idea for donald trump to be focusing on hillary clinton? does it focus on a vulnerability bill clinton didn't know she had? >> there are some supporter that is will love bill clinton forever. but i think anything is fair game. and to a lot of people, especially young millenial women, he'll be a point of contention for a lot of people. i don't know how i feel about bill clinton going back into the white house other than it makes me uncomfortable. >> if donald trump brought up the escapades, it could be different than one of his contenders bringing it up? i think like donald trump seems
to get away with a lot of things that the other candidates couldn't get away with because of his big charismatic personality. >> i'm happy donald trump is final lip pointing his target at hillary and democrats instead of republicans. i, for one, am sick of the intense shooting at one another. so he's the perfect person to do it. like you said, he can use his capacity to get down and dirty and say things i wouldn't necessarily say on television or wouldn't want a president to say on television. but as long as it is hillary and bill clinton, god speed, go crazy. >> you have been through this process before, obviously your dad was the gop nominee in 2008. talk a little as we get closer to iowa, how do you see this process playing out? is this donald trump's race to lose on the republican side? is there anyone exciting you, animating the race for you on the republican side besides trump? take a look at the field for us. >> what is so funny right now is i sort of go home and play with my friends, like gambling, this could play out this way, or play out this way. ted cruz wins in iowa because he
could get momentum going in new hampshire. right now chris christie is pulling third in new hampshire, which is fascinating because a lot of the people in media have written it out. i'm not a trump supporting, hold your tweets, but i think it is open season, open game. ted cruz, a lot of people keep coming up to me and how they are responding to him. i'm a marco rubio girl. >> it is cruz and trump at the top of iowa. but he's bringing trey gowdy with him to iowa. do you think that helps rubio? >> any hard-core republicans, i worship at the altar trey gowdy. i have a lot of respect for him. he's a man that we owe a lot of respect to in this country. and putting him out on the campaign trail for republicans to pay attention is a smart move. in fact, he's kind of endorsing him. >> it's not official, but we'll talk about the mccain family christmas. what goes on?
what go you talk about? is it all politics the entire time? >> it is me and my father speaking politics and the rest of my family being like, meghan, dad, john, please stop speaking about this. or the hot buttered rum my mother makes. it is like going home to arizona for thanksgiving and drink a bunch of whiskey. >> i like that. >> well, drinking after. >> we were just talking to a mom who had her son come home early. >> i can't believe that video. it's so sweet. >> beyond your father, you have had a lot of brothers and family members serving in the military home for christmas. that must be special as well. >> my brother got back from afghanistan six, five months ago. and it is awesome to have him come home. he's engaged to an awesome woman and they are about to get married. i love her. she helped me move to new york city when i moved from l.a. and did everything herself. and i was like, you can have whatever you want.
>> good luck. happy new year. >> thank you so much. >> the new year for president obama, what will his legacy be for 2015? the top five constitutional moments are just ahead. and it's a christmas miracle. a family dog goes missing. this is one of the stories you are like, huh? three years ago and is found. you won't believe how far away. >> 200 miles? >> yes. there they are. oh, he's got a little coat on. we'll meet the family and the little coat dog coming up next.
lost their dog. we're going to ask about the name. just in time for christmas an animal shelter nearly 200 miles away in michigan found him. to talk about this little christmas miracle are darren and their long lost dog rexon. what is that name about? >> his name was originally rex. however, the very first day i got him, he did something, and i went to kind of yell at him and it came out and just stuck. >> he's a little miracle, he is. a few years ago, three years ago, he's hang iing out in the house with doggie doors. you're looking at it. he makes his way over and that's the last time he was seen. tell us what happened? did you go out, go crazy? >> he was actually at a relative's house and he was out playing with their dog learning to go in and out the doggie door as he had done before. he went out one day and maybe
five or ten minutes later my wroer in law went out to look for him, for both of the puppies, and they were both nowhere to be found in the neighborhood or anything like that. we searched everywhere, even the dog shelters, thinking maybe they had been picked up and everything. and to no avail. >> darren, how long did you search for rexxn? >> we were at my brother's and they put out fliers, they put out -- for weeks. it had to be at least two months. it just became a little strenuous on everybody. we just did a lot. we tried to do as much as we could and it got to the point we hoped for the best. we were also expecting at the time my wife was basically nine months pregnant at the time. >> you had a lot to deal with. let's be honest, i hate to sound horrific this time of year but, i mean, i would have expected
the dog would probably have been hit by a car at this point, god knows what, he's gone. okay. let's fast forward three years later right around christmastime, what happens? >> actually, december 14, i was at work and i got an e-mail just saying that, hey, we found your dog, call this number. at first i read it and i was like, what? i kind of like hesitantly called the number. i think you found my dog. and the lady was like, okay, come and get him. i was like, well, i haven't seen him in three years and i live in columbus, ohio, and it kind of went from there. i was in tears boohooing because it seemed so unreal that we found him. and they went through the questions to verify it was the same, correct dog. >> he had a chip in him, right? >> yeah, he had a microchip, an akc microchip, that he was able
to -- that they scanned and that's how we received the e-mail because three years ago i actually sent information saying that he had been lost. >> such a smart move. darren, just tell us what was the reunion like? did he recognize you? >> i'd say at the very beginning, i mean, he was who he was, he was sniffing, just kind of feeling it out real fast. i'd say at the very beginning i don't know if he recognized me but he wasn't afraid, he wasn't scared. once we got him back into the car and we got home -- >> it all worked out? >> it started to connect for him. >> he looks very comfortable. i wish we could interview him. he's a dog. they don't speak. you guys, congratulations and merry christmas. rexxn, welcome back. >> thank you so much. >> thank you very much. >> all right, guys. thanks for joining us this morning. and a fox news alert for you. you're looking at the devastation left behind by tornadoes in texas. this has been going on now for
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good morning, everyone. it's sunday, december 27th. we start with a fox news alert, the death toll riseness texas. you're looking live at the path of destruction left behind from devastating tornadoes. 11 people now dead. neighborhoods turned into rubble. >> it came out of nowhere. the walls were shaking. you could feel it in your chest and as fast as it happened it was gone. >> now a winter storm has millions of people in the cross hairs. janice dean has been following this and is tracking what's aheard. >> the war of words between hillary clinton and donald trump, taking on the former president here on fox.
>> i think he is fair game because his presidency was really considered to be very troubled because of all the things she's talking to me about. >> the very latest in the feud of the front-runners and what trump says about who should be in and who should be out at the next fox debate in january. and the allegations are shocking. a new report alleges peyton manning, clay matthews, and several other star athletes took performance enhancing drugs. we'll tell you who is behind the report and what manning is saying now. he's saying it's complete garbage. this show is not garbage. mornings are better are friends. starting this morning with a fox news alert. the death toll from the texas tornadoes now up to 11. garland police confirming eight people have died in that city alone after storms swept through the lone star state. >> this new video coming in
showing a neighborhood completely leveled. brand-new video. >> holy cow, look at that. >> we really had no warning. everyone seems to be okay. the house is demolished. everything around us is demolished. >> that is just -- look at that. >> incredible. incredible pictures coming in live right now. we'll continue to track it. multiple twisters over a 40-mile stretch destroying churches and leaving thousands out in the cold. >> i looked out my window and saw the funnel around my house and i just dove into the hallway. >> it sounded like a freight train coming through. it was shocking, everything rattling and rolling. >> me and my family got all up under the stairwell and trying to protect ourselves. >> texas is still bracing for the worst as even more storms are expected today. >> that video you see right there is just coming in to us live from texas, and you can just see people are desperately trying, the first responders and
others, to get on top of this. all this nasty weather comes ahead of what will be obviously a very busy couple of days. airports, we're dealing with southern storms in particular particular that were delaying flights. but, janice dean, all of this is put into perspective when you have the loss of life we're seeing in texas right now. airport delays, important but not nearly as important as what we're seeing play out. >> this is the first light that we're seeing of these damaging storms across texas in and around the garland area, dallas, texas, the aerial footage is incredible and i've been doing this a long time but to continue to see the damage that we see from these storms, again, this is first light in rowlett, texas. it was dark and i saw some pictures of tremendous, huge tornadoes in the area. and the darkness was around and now the light comes up and we
see the damage and the national weather service is on scene and they're going to assess the damage. it looks like some of these homes were completely leveled. so they'll do an assessment and see how many tornadoes went through this area. several tornado warnings last night in and around this area including the dallas area and they continue to move to the north and east with winds in excess of 115 to 120 miles per hour but the destruction is tremendous. we've had loss of life and this is the situation that we've seen really for the last couple of days. we've had these december storms roll through and a lot of people say, well, it's wintertime. why are we seeing destructive tornadoes like this? it does happen in this region especially the fact that we've had record setting warm temperatures across the east coast. that combined with the polar cold that went through gave us these destructive, long lasting large wedge tornadoes that moved through this area and, i mean,
your heart goes out to these people, you know, you can't -- loss of life is awful and you can buy new things but to lose your loved ones which is what happened last night, a lot of people were on the roadways, people trying to get home for the holidays, get home from the holidays, and this is what is left of this poor neighborhood. it's heartbreaking. >> on some of the aerials there's severe flooding as well so you have the double whammy of the tornado and the destruction and then water from rain and some of the other aerials, not that very section, where there appeared to be severe flooding we've seen in other parts of the country that also obviously can be very dangerous. >> it's heartbreaking around this time of year. people are seeing each other and families are together and my heart breaks for these people. i've been doing this a long time but when i see destruction like this it is eye opening and it tells the story.
>> when you see this visual here on television, it's pretty shocking when you actually are there and you see it. as a correspondent i've covered it, you've covered it. you can't even describe it. it is just absolutely breathtaking -- breathtakingly horrible. >> and, janice, you see looking at these fphotos some homes completely obliterated, others totally intact. >> and that's what happens sometimes with these tornadoes. there's no rhyme or reason to them. you know, the best we can do as forecasters is tell you the general direction where they're going and to issue tornado watches and warnings. they were under a warning last night. the sirens were going off, and that's why we tell you to go to the lowest portion of your home, interior section closet or bathroom and, you know, unfortunately a lot of these tornadoes were rain wrapped and at night, so you didn't see them coming. now the one thing that i do take solace in is that when destruction happens like this, communities come together and
they help each other. and that's what we're going to see in the days and weeks and months ahead. >> absolutely. >> janice, thank you very much. she's going to be continuing to watch this throughout the morning. >> look at that picture right there. >> yeah, i mean -- a lot of areas actually have basements where you can go and a lot of areas don't and it's always those rc parks -- >> the house totally destructed and then the car -- there's one or two cars that were not touched. it's unbelievable. all right. let's get to other headlines and yet another fox news alert. multiple european cities are now on edge after being warned of a possible attack ahead of the new year, a terror attack. police in vienna, austria stepping up security around that city after receiving word of a bomb or gun attack. this is a warning. this comes as anonymous hackers claimed to have foiled an isis attack. the group tweeting in this month we are working in silence. we have already foiled one isis
attack against italy. we hope to block others. firefighters back here at home finally gaining control of that 1,200 acre wildfire that exploded near a coastal california highway. it's being called the solimar fire north of los angeles. 60% contained near ventura county -- ventura, the city of -- nearly 600 firefighters are working to put out those flames. highway 101 and the pch, pacific coast highway, had to be shut down at different intervals but they have since reopened. those are major arteries. crews say it will be another three days before the fire is fully contained. and listen to this one. this is shocking. it's a new report and it links peyton manning, the beloved quarterback, along with other athletes to performance enhancing drugs. in an al jazeera documentary, which kind of brings some questions there, a pharmacist then employed at the anti-aging institute in indiana told an undercover reporter that manning was allegedly given human growth
hormones back in 2011 when he was recovering from neck surgery, that these were transferred to him through his wife, ashley. manning denies these allegations. he has responded saying the allegation that i would do something like that is complete garbage and is totally made up. it never happened. never. so we will continue to hear about that story no doubt. >> we, like america, hopes that is complete ly not true. >> also, heating up right now obviously, the presidential campaign. a little brief respite over the holidays for some candidates but it will begin again in earnest and never really stopped for donald trump who is taking on not just hillary clinton but bill clinton as well and raising him as an issue in this campaign as hillary clinton puts him out there on the trail. expected to happen after the first of the year. donald trump on our show a few moments ago said this. >> i think he is fair game because his presidency was really considered to be very troubled, to put it mildly,
because of all the things that she's talking to me about. she's mentioning texas. i turned her exact words against her. she has to be careful. it has to be fair and we all have to fight fairly. she's playing the woman's card and it's like, give me a break. certainly bill clinton is not going to be the end all in the campaign, and he'll come under attack not just from me. he'll be coming under attack from many other people. >> you can envision this becoming a pitched battle of heavy artillery eventually if it's the trumps against the clintons. you asked him whether the focus was a focus away from the gop field and toward the general election. >> he said, wait a second, i'm not looking beyond the gop nomination. he's being cautious. though he's far ahead in the polls, cnn has him up 39% to 18% over ted cruz, his closest rival nationally. a big gap there. he said, whoa, whoa, i'm not looking ahead to the general. he sounds like he's looking ahead to the general.
hillary clinton also took him on, to be fair, and said that he was being sexist in some of his comments. i was intrigued fox business network has the next republican debate. the world will be watching that one as this field perhaps winnows. donald trump just told us he wants to see this field shrunk. he wants to see less candidates on the stage as we get closer to voting. listen to this. >> i agree with rand paul. i wouldn't want to do that either. he's a united states senator and they call it all different names -- they call it the child's stage and the children's stage. ideally it should be down to four or five candidates. i don't want to name the candidates because i think that would be inappropriate but it should be down to four or five candidates and we should be able to speak for longer periods. >> it will be interesting to see how -- i have to believe natural attrition will lead to the stage getting smaller. >> we were expecting that a long time ago, they will run out of money but in the age of twitter and social media, some of the candidates can just keep
tweeting and keep going to their hard core supporters and stick around long enough to survive. a few have gotten out whether it's rick perry or bobby jindal. this field is pretty large and you can hear from the front-runner. >> and he did take on -- took fire on one of the candidates. we asked him about senator marco rubio, that trey gowdy is heading to iowa with him, not to endorse yet, but it looks like an endorsement. we asked what do you think of trey gowdy going to iowa with senator rubio? >> his hearings were a disaster. everyone was looking forward to something that would be really productive and he didn't win with those hearings. it was a total not good for republicans and for the country. i mean, beyond republicans, it was very bad for the country. i hope he does a lot better for marco than he did for the benghazi hearings because they were not good. that was not a pretty picture. >> well then. >> that's the one part of the interview he agreed with hillary clinton who thought the benghazi hearings were a disaster as well.
>> convention al wisdom would say, hey, you don't want to attack a conservative rock star like trey gowdy. he's bucked conventional which is dom. >> the entire way. absolutely. well, this year is almost over for president obama. what will his legacy be for 2015? jay christian adams with the president's top five constitutional moments next. ♪ i built my business with passion. but i keep it growing by making every dollar count. that's why i have the spark cash card from capital one.
from immigration to the epa, it's time to rank president obama's top constitutional moments, or some might say violations of 2015. >> i have a feeling our next guest will say violations. joining us now is former doj, department of justice, official. good to have you here. >> good morning. >> let's start with number one, attacking state election integrity laws lick north carolina, for instance. you say this is number one. >> there's a reason for that.
it promotes liberty. what the obama justice department has been doing is moving power to washington, d.c., centralized supervision over elections, north carolina voter i.d., trying to get washington the power to approve every election change in north carolina, they've done it to texas. i'm sure there will be more in 2016 with an election coming up. >> what many call voter integrity this white house has called voter suppression. this issue comes up all the time. immigration, which you say is violation number two. >> yeah. this is possibly the worst thing this presidency has done. and that's open up the borders, stop enforcing immigration laws. having attorneys at doj and dhs stand down and don't do their jobs. and there's a reason for this. when president obama promised a fundamentally transform the country, he meant it. when he brings in all of these
millions of illegal aliens, this is about transforming the country 5, 10, 20 years down the road and changing the outcome of elections in places like texas, florida, virginia, north carolina. it's about power. it's not about having somebody to sweep the floors. it's about changing who votes in the long run to support democrats. >> many would argue to stay a superpower would be to have power in the power realm. you say his third violation is the epa clean power plan. why? >> this shows you when the epa passed a rule that will effectively make coal obsolete and fossil fuels, the unpreferred and washington way to have american energy, when obama's epa does this, they don't care about a good, powerful country that is energy independent. they care about ideology, supporting the green cronies and
the green energy movement. by making places like west virginia and kentucky economic waste lands by imposing these coal rules. without congressional approval, i might add, guys, which is promoting the lawlessness of this regime, they just impose edicts that say coal is bad. they hate coal. they hate american energy might. >> they love to use the epa to look at their water supplies. tell us about the epa water. >> the epa's issuing rules to define almost everything that's wet as a navigable water. the constitution gives the government power over navigable waters like the mississippi, the potomac, the ohio, the monongahela but it doesn't give power to the federal government to control puddles and swamps and backyard wetlands. and what the epa has done is issued a rule to redefine what is navigable water, to reach
into places the federal government would not have had power without this edict. not passed by congress. passed by bureaucrats. >> you said you could go on for hours on this one but let's go to violation number five and we'll wrap it up after that. the fcc net neutrality. >> this administration's always against free speech, and one way is net neutrality where they're forcing people to carry content on the internet that might be competitor content, like making coke employees drink pepsi, and it's against the principles of freedom which is really the bottom line of this entire seven years. >> mr. adams, thanks very much for joining us today. we do appreciate it. have a good sunday. >> you, too. to a fox alert now. looking live at the devastation left by the tornadoes as the sun rises out in texas. neighborhoods have been flattened. you can see there, lives lost as well. an update from the red cross coming up next.
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we're back with the fox news alert. the death toll from the texas tornadoes now up to 11. look at this devastation, eight people have died in the city of garland alone after storms swept through the lone star state. taking a live look at new pictures out of rowlett, a neighborhood completely leveled. >> we really had no warning. everyone seems to be okay, the house is demolished. everything around us is demolished. >> multiple twisters over a 40-mile stretch destroyed churches, homes. you see these live photos. they're incredibly powerful. leaving thousands out in the cold right now. >> i looked out my window and saw the funnel around my house and then i just dove into the
hallway. >> it sounded like a freight train coming through. it's shocking. just heard everything just shaking, rattling and rolling. >> me and my family got all up under the stairwell and everything trying to protect ourselves. >> joining us right now on the phone is dan halliburton, red cross spokesperson and volunteer. we see these pictures live from rowlett. tell us where we are at this point searching for people who may be missing. >> well, it's a cold and rainy morning. it's going to be miserable out there for first responders for the homeowners, for the red cross as we go about the job of the cleanup and we have three red cross shelters open in the area. as you look out off in the distance it's raining. you hear rumbles of thunder, so still very much aware of the weather that's in the area and that critical need to get people out of that weather and into the warm shelter like we have set up
here. >> dan, you are on the ground in rowlett and we want you to be safe as well but when you talk about the weather there, the troubling weather, what are they saying on the ground locally about the potential for more tornadoes? has that been ruled out or is there still concern? >> as of last check that had moved more to the east. it's cold here in the 50s. we could still have a thunderstorm but not very likely for a tornado. off to the southeast of the area where it's still warm, that potential still exists. so we're always very aware of that. it's always safety first. and it's why we want people if they're not sure if they're in an area they don't feel comfortable in to get to one of the red cross shelters to get you inside, warm and fit. >> dan, americans across this country are waking up to these incredibly powerful images this morning, devastation. we know that oftentimes the reaction is always for americans to be galvanized, to want to do something about it. for folks in texas or across the
kun tremendous are there things they could or should be doing right now? >> well, there are all kinds of organizations that need your financial help, the red cross is one of them. 1-800-red-cross is the number to call on that. there may be church organizations that support disaster relief so i would say follow your heart and know that there are a lot of good folks out here doing their best to provide help to the people who have been impacted. >> one of the problems folks always run into is that you get the looky-loos who want to drive through the neighborhoods. what do you have to say to people right now as far as staying away and letting the people do their job? >> and you do need to stay away. i know it's dramatic and, believe me, you'll see much better views by staying at home and watching on your tv. they have helicopters, they have live cameras, and it's a lot more comfortable. it certainly is something that draws people's attention but they're in the way. please stay away and let the first responders do their jobs. >> dan halliburton, we
appreciate you taking a moment. we know you have a lot going on today. we know the red cross will be active down there in rowlett, texas. we are thinking of you and everyone there continuing to follow this devastation and you are in our thoughts and prayers. thank you for joining us, dan. >> thank you. >> it really is horrific. look at that. some of these homes are completely intact. the other ones are just devastated. >> 11 now dead. the death toll rising. as dan suggested there are still first responders trying to get into some of these homes and, unfortunately, they may be finding more people in there, people who are missing right now. we obviously hope and pray for the best as pete was just saying so that as many people can be found alive and can return to safe quarters as the first light has just come up a short time ago in rowlett, texas. for now, though, we will be talking in a moment about whether or not a bb gun should be considered a firearm.
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[ laughter ] this is your quite fitting post-christmas shot of the morning, one of the hottest christmas gifts this year and they're proving to be dangerous like experts predicted but for a different reason. look at that. >> hoverboards sending people to the hospital. >> twisting ankles, broken arms. you throw dad on one of those, he's already tired. >> one of the best shots, though, of the morning is the fact on the hoverboard you have a florida congressman now carlos curbelo, he tweet this had picture in a sling. he took a spill. says he's going to leave the hoverboards to the kids and go back to congress where he might get the other arm in a sling. they're pretty nasty there. >> we'll meet your kids in just a moment. before we do that we want to get to headlines starting with the message of terror. a new audio recording is out, appearing to be from the leader of isis. it's a 24-minute clip, and in it
abu al baghdadi says isis is thriving and air strikes in syria but the u.s.-led coalition and russia are failing. a senior fellow for policy research colonel tony schaefer joined us earlier on "fox and friends" to talk about this disturbing message. >> the most important thing to baghdadi said, it's that he said it. that tells me everything we need to know, that we have not done what we need to do to both eradicate his personal message as well as eradicate him. >> the recording comes despite the destruction of syrian oil facilities in the deaths of several isis leaders in recent weeks. baghdadi also warned israel that isis is coming for it next. chicago police shoot and kill two people and now say one was an accident. police say they fired during a domestic disturbance call. they were aiming for 19-year-old quintonio legrier after he threatened his dad with a bat
but they shot and killed 55-year-old betty jones in the process, a mother of five. that officer is now on leave and the department is investigating. the bb gun a firearm? the minnesota supreme court will decide that. the court set to review the case of a man sentenced to five years in prison for illegally possessing a bb gun. david lee haywood was charged in 2013 with possession of a firearm by an ineligible person. he was caught with a bb gun that looked like a pistol and already had a drug conviction. and more proof real heroes wear uniforms. we're talking about a new york firefighter who risked everything to save a teen girl from her burning home on christmas day. he crawled through flames giving his own breathing mask to her which saved her life. he joined us earlier to talk about it on "fox and friends." >> when a victim is trapped, it's extraordinary. that's where you know your blood pressure goes through the roof, your heart rate increases, and it's just adrenaline rush.
a 16-year-old girl on christmas, and you're just trying to get her out of there. >> so he said he was in the military, his background there might have helped him in his new line of work. by the way, he's going to the jets game today in section 148. if you're watching, grab him and bring him down to the field. it's his dream. let's get over to the pancakes. >> pete is more famous for something else at home, these delicious sprinkle pancakes that these two little guys really love. he brought gunner and boone this morning to show us how it's done. they're telling us they make the pancakes and daddy watches. are you really the secret behind this? no? do you help a little bit? >> it's sunday so they have the jerseys on and pancakes in the morning. you help. it's a complex recipe found on the back of a bisquik box but you make it fun with the boys. can you help by cracking an egg
and can you pour the milk in there. we don't do the fancy pants mix. we do the industrial strength stuff. >> here come the eggs. >> knock it hard. >> harder. >> it gets a little messy in the kitchen. >> stir it up. crack it, bud. there you go, good job. it gets animated in the kitchen. what's your favorite part of making these pancakes, guys? cracking the eggs? making the mess? it's time to s. >> absolutely. we make it a team effort. i make a little thing, remember these small pancakes we make. yeah, little drippy pancakes, they cook quickly and they get to pick at the pancakes while i'm making all the big ones. you like to flip pancakes, too, don't you, bud?
why do you like sprinkle pancakes so much? >> oh, boone can do it with me. sprinkles with whipped cream. >> is that the secret to your recipe? >> it is, extra butter, lots of sprinkles and syrup. >> are you going to have them doing filet mignon soon? >> a little concoction with the sprinkles in it, you want to flip some of these, buddy? they flip and they do a great job. their mom is hiding in the back. we try to give her a couple extra minutes of sleep. >> is that the whole mentality here? >> the whole mentality, right? i have a little baby, 11 months old, so she gets no sleep, and we make sprinkles -- >> i flipped one. >> you did it. perfect. flip some of these little guys here. >> can daddy cook anything besides pancakes?
>> what else do i cook? >> waffles. >> any other nonbreakfast eitem? >> i got an app! >> so good. this becomes quite amusing. this it recipe is so easy -- >> even i could do it. >> can we see the production of the whipped cream and sprinkles? the key part here. >> what's your favorite part about the whipped cream, boone? >> oh, no. >> wait, wait, wait. >> janice. >> oh, no. >> there we go. >> perfect. what do we do with the pancakes? here is the trick. you take a pancake. i love janice dean. i like to use a pizza cutter. >> dad, i didn't flip that yet. >> oh, you didn't flip it yet. epic fail. put a little whipped cream on top. >> you are making me crazy. >> sorry, guys. >> yes, got it! >> we're going syrup -- lots of
syrup. >> can we do the sprinkles? >> a then little sprinkles and we're not using a plate, a cutting board. my apologies to the preparers. >> that's okay. can you hand one of those over to me? >> let's get a fork. >> so can you tell us, there is one thing that went wrong. you're from minimnesota. >> yes. >> we have an adrian peterson jersey and then a seahawks jersey. >> are you a seahawks fan? >> i flipped it! >> you did. >> yeah, buddy. we have a seahawks fan. we're trying to convert him back. the seahawks beat the pants off the vikings. >> nice job, beguner. >> where did you get this jersey from? >> santa. >> santa got him a jersey. >> merry christmas. >> thank you for hanging out. >> our best part of the morning. >> most saturdays and sundays around the table. what bud? good job on all the flips. coming up, health care
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bernie sanders now says the democratic national committee recommended that the sanders campaign hire the staffer who ultimately was caught accessing a playbook, downloading the clinton campaign data. sand eers fired that staffer. he assigned others and apologized to clinton, of course, during the last debate. unfortunately also in the political realm, there's more bad health care coming from the v.a. as we inch closer to 2016 and it becomes a larger part of the presidential discussion. the news isn't getting any better. a phoenix v.a. whistleblower says the hospital still lacks doctors and vets are still facing long wait times. it's amazing to think here we are almost 18 months after the scandal started. whistleblowers are still being persecuted and those who have persecuted them are still not fired.
>> he was the voice, he was talking about questioning the administration and why this one main guy -- what's his name? >> dr. sterling. >> is still there. watch. >> what role is the white house playing in this? rob nabors was assigned the problem in 2014. and then earlier this year he was made the chief of staff of the v.a. and deputy secretary gibson appeared to be going out after whistleblowers and people who had done things that were not consistent with v.a. policy but then it appeared the brakes were suddenly put on him. >> still employed, still in charge was the one who helped and those who were great advocates coming forward and talking about the secret lists are still in charge.
>> what's it going to take? people die waiting for care. >> that's not just congress, the president, saying let's fix this. >> what's it going to take? you can actually fire people and congress has been working on that. there's a bill still stuck. it takes courageous lead ership. a lot of high hopes for the v.a. secretary. things haven't changed at the top. >> and this is something near and dear to your heart. you know a lot about this topic. >> we're hoping to try to fix it but it's frustrate to go watch how washington throws a wrench into the gears all the time. let's talk about a lunch lady who surprises her students by bringing down the house with a special performance. ♪ [ applause ] >> they weren't paying attention
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>> that's becky. she brought down the house with her rendition of "have yourself a merry little christmas," part of a fund-raiser. now she is quickly rising to internet stardom. >> and becky, also a music director at the family worship center in lansdale, pennsylvania, joins us now. so happy to have you here. i love how the kids -- i got a couple of teens and tweens -- and, you know, they don't pay attention at first, but there was a murmur you hear on the viral video. wait a second, someone at school is -- she has an amazing rd to t you got their attention. >> it was really funny how it all unfolded. i was in the dish room doing my job and one of the girls i worked with had been at our church -- to see the christmas production and so she saw me perform at the church and she came in and said, we got to get you out there. if we get you out there, will you do it? i said, sure. it was such a random act of christmas cheer. i just went out, picked the song
on the fly and as i was singing, i thought, this is really funny. i was tickled. i thought i'll take the hair net off and no, no, no, i love the idea, the lunch lady is about to sing. and that's what happened. at the end, i thought, i'm going to belt it and see what happens. it is a very big room. so i just let it fly. >> are you a karaoke person? just -- >> no. i've been -- i grew up in a musical family. we traveled and sang when i was a teenager in a gospel group. we started at church as a family in 1984. i've been hanging out in lanz dale for the last -- the better part of 30 years, but i sing every week, every day. >> you got some family here. what are you -- >> i do. yes, my husband is here. my two girls. >> what do your girls think about mom going viral? >> i just can't help it -- >> i hear them giggling. >> they have been pretty -- you
know, this whole internet thing, this whole social media thing is such a phenomenon. >> it is about to get even bigger. >> the lunch room and now on fox news. we would like you to sing for us. >> sure, sure. thank you. >> please. >> thanks for inviting me. ♪ ♪ have yourself a merry little christmas ♪ ♪ let your heart be light ♪ ♪ from now on our troubles will be out of sight ♪ ♪ have yourself a merry little christmas
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and what is getting more expensive in 2016. kids are great. >> adorable. >> great job. >> oh, my word. happy holiday. what changes will come in the new year under a new house speaker. and a president in his final year in office. hi, everyone. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." we're peeling much of president obama's signature health care law is part of the republican agenda early next year. house budget committee chairman tom price explains why moments away. then, the gop led congress has successfully delayed some taxes on obamacare, but the government will be spending more than a trillion dollars of taxpayer money in 2016. we'll break down where all of that money is going with a former director of the congressional budget office. donald trump has a commanding lead in