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hi, friends, good morning. it's sunday, the 10th of january, 2016, i'm anna kooiman and you will have to go to work tomorrow. we know it. no, you did not win the $949 million powerball lottery last night. but do not worry. nobody else did, either. and today, more long lines are expected as the jackpot reaches a billion dollars. >> and then mass murderer drug kingpin el chapo had a secret meeting while on the lam. met with hollywood actor sean penn. the anti-american activist. how an actor met with a global fugitive when authorities couldn't even track him down. we'll have the latest on that story. and donald trump doubles down on his attacks against senator ted cruz. >> it's not a settled thing.
he was born in canada. and -- >> and? ted cruz is not taking this lying down. how he responded. that's next. "fox & friends" begins right now. get out your tickets. >> hey, everybody. >> get out your tickets. good morning. >> everybody's going to be doing this with them. >> how do they know immediately -- people are still talking overnight about the powerball. $1.3 billion. >> those of you who have been abroad, powerball is american government's attempt to convince you that you can get rich quick and fleece you in the process. >> last night's winning numbers 32, 16, 19, 57, 34 and 13. >> the largest ever powerball. did you guys play in the studio? yeah. yep. okay janice has got -- >> wait. >> davis, come over here. >> get out of here. >> i lost!
>> here! >> 20 bucks. >> as much as you love your job i bet you would come to work anyway. >> no, i would not. >> are you serious? did you really play powerball? >> of course i did! and julie banderous got the first line because she didn't buy a ticket. we didn't win any money. i will be lining up for the billion dollar prize. but here's what i think. does a billion dollars make you happy? you would have to move. i would have to take my kids and move. >> you know -- there's not a single happy billionaire in the world. >> exactly. >> people who earn a billion dollars are still happier than people who just get it out of the blue. >> i think donald trump would disagree with you. >> he kind of made his money -- >> nobody can buy me. >> is this the way we allocate wealth in america now, by lotto? come here for a second. >> let me tell you -- >> no, but i listen, i thought about this. so you're handed $900 million. >> yeah. >> your life changes. you have to take your kids -- i
mean, you have to take your kids out of school. i would not be -- we'd -- >> travel the world. >> we'll have a counseling session a little bit later in the show for you. >> okay. >> moving on. >> thank you. >> you know what? >> we'll be back with you. >> i love janice but the lottery is disgusting. >> you've got to be in it to win it, tucker. >> you're really fighting a losing battle. >> speaking -- >> wednesday night. lottery drawing. >> okay, i'm going to be in hiding. speaking of disgusting sean penn, he's an actor, of course, it turns out, met in october with el chapo. he is the longtime fugitive drug lord from mexico who bragged recently about killing 3,000 people, but that didn't prevent sean penn from traveling to the mountains of sierra madre, interviewing him and lionizing him in a piece for rolling stone released last night. >> he writes this long-winded sort of self-indulgent piece for "rolling stone" where he has to travel to these hidden jungle
locations, and through encrypted e-mail servers, talking with him, going back and forth. how did he find him? all these authorities had a difficult time finding him. one of the conditions was, you cannot lead authorities to me. so, you know, all these people tracking me, you can't -- if you're going to come here, we cannot have authorities tracking me when you come to see me. >> he met him through his buddy a mexican actress who knew el chapo. >> apparently she was a soap opera actress and she had written a tweet a couple years ago sympathizing with el chapo and he found her attractive or something and wanted to meet her and he wanted to do a movie about his life and somehow the soap opera actress meets sean penn and sean penn says i don't know if this is really going to work out as a movie but maybe it will work out as a magazine article instead. so sean penn as we mentioned got the big interview, if you want to call it that. here's a clip of it. >>
>> yeah, i just defend myself. in the process i killed 3,000 people. here's sean penn travels to meet with a guy, you know, i wouldn't really complain about that. there are two problems with this. first, sean penn portrays the guy as a victim of the american public. here's what he says in the piece. we, americans, are the consumers, and as such we are complicit in every murder, in every corruption of an institution's ability to protect the quality of life for citizens of mexico and the u.s. that comes as a result of our
insatiable appetite for narcotics. in other words when your kid o.d.s on heroin, it's happening all over america, it's your fault america. why is it they blame america for everything? >> that's not the first time he's criticized america for its problems. sean penn we have the pictures of him standing there with him. this rolling stone article is not the first time rolling stone has glorified murderers and put people on the front cover. we all remember what happened in the wake of the boston bombing. this sort of jim morrison-looking picture on the front page -- >> zoek car tsarnaev. >> with the nice, soft lighting to his face. >> by the way, this isn't journalism. i know that he's getting a pass, he's acting as a journalist. by the way it does take some guts to travel to meet el chapo. but he gave el chapo editorial control over the piece. he admits he sent it to him for a final signoff. you don't do that. >> and before that he sent the questions, too, and he was only allowed to ask the questions
that he had, you know, had been prescreened. so there were no follow-ups so a lot of the answers are quite short. and then they -- he did say, though, okay, so i submitted it to el chapo to make sure that everything was okay with him. but he didn't change anything. >> so sean penn is not a journalist. he's a fan boy. el chapo is not a hero. he's a creepy midget foreigner who is flooding our country with drugs that are killing our kids. let's just keep the moral categories clear here. he is a bad and anti-american person. that's not our fault. it's his fault. >> social media is crying out over this saying what should be happening to sean penn. aiding and abetting? should he be facing some sort of charges? >> in the end they found him because of sean penn. you know they followed the bread crumbs. they were watching other celebrities who were attempting to meet up with el chapo. the whole reason they captured el chapo is because of sean penn. >> did we leave the best part out? he just got captured again. >> and by the way he's being extradited to the united states. >> well, i don't know if he will or not. the mexican public, by the way -- >> they're going to try to.
>> that country is so corrupt that, of course, this drug kingpin's hardly here going to prison because you get to bring all your wives with you and echn before he escaped, he had all these hookers and cocaine in his cell. they do fear being extradited here because our prisons are not a joke. >> if you aren't super familiar with el chapo he's escaped from prison twice. do we have that video of him escaping the last time? remember he had that mile long tunnel. they tunnelled in toward him and there was this like moped that they thought had been used to shuttle in all the tools for the tunn tunnelling, and also got him out of there quite quickly. >> does anybody else find it infuriating that not only does he send heroin to america but blames americans for doing it? >> yeah, of course. >> take responsibility. if you're going to be an outlaw at least admit it. but he turns around and blames american kids for their own addictions and death. that's really offensive, i think. >> much more on this coming up throughout the show. and whether or not he's -- whatever he will be extradited to the united states. i mean this is a question. but the mexican government is
saying you you can have him. so we'll see. more on that coming up. first we've got some headlines. >> caught in a hail of bullets on the job we told you about this yesterday and now the suspect who shot a philadelphia cop in the name of islam is being charged with attempted murder. 30-year-old edward denied bail after firing 11 shots into jesse hartnett's patrol car exclusion style. this as authorities look into the background and the multiple week-long trip he took to the middle east. arthur's family insisting he has no ties to terror despite confessing his allegiance to isis to detectives. officer hartnett was able to fire back at arthur, injuring him. officer hartnett is in stable but critical condition we're told. a live report from philadelphia in about 30 minutes. in the united states, a show of force by flying a b-52 bomber over south korea this just days after north korea claimed to have carried out a hydrogen bomb test. powerful long range strategic heavy bomber was joined by a south korean f-15 and an american f-16 fighter during the
low-level flight. the last time this kind of flight happened was back in 2013, one month after north kor korea's last nuclear test. she's accused of stealing millions of dollars in jewels and watches in a five-state spree. now 24-year-old abby, seen here in a previous mug shot, is behind bars after police arrested him in atlanta. she allegedly held workers at gunpoint before tying their hands together. carrying cases across the southeast. she will be in court tomorrow. wildcard weekend under way in the nfl. the bengals and steelers match-up went down to the final seconds. >> for the kick, in all likelihood would win it if he makes it. and it is through. and the steelers are back ahead at 18-16. >> the steelers surviving a fourth quarter bengals surge, sealing the deal 18-16 on a field goal. steelers will play the broncos
next sunday. and the kansas city chiefs blowing out the houston texans from the very beginning. running back the opening kickoff for a touchdown. chiefs dominate 30-0 for their first playoff win since 1994. all right. ahead, extreme weather to get to now. ef-2 tornadoes, of course parts of florida, multiple homes damaged, winds over 100 miles an hour, downing trees and power lines. at one point nearly 10,000 homes were left in the dark. so >> so there no reports of injuries or death. janice is here to tell us what's going to happen next. >> part of the same storm system that moved across florida is pushing across the northeast right now. the cold front attached to it. so you can see those storms that moved through central florida last night. and bringing that ef-2 tornado. let's go up to the northeast where we have a lot of heavy rain and behind that, some of the coldest air of the season, bringing upwards of a foot of snow across the great lakes. and the northern plains. so there's the future radar as we head in through today. this system will be out of the
way, but again, some of the coldest air will be pushing in behind this system. how cold? let's talk about it real quick. forecast precipitation in some cases 6 to 10 inches. maybe isolated amounts of upwards of a foot of snow heading into tuesday. and then look at the current temperatures, especially across the upper midwest. minus 9 in minneapolis, 18 in chicago, current temperatures, minus 16 in duluth, minus 21 at international falls. you factor in the windchill, feels like minus 34. we could have one of the coldest football games this afternoon. minnesota and seattle we're going to talk about that where it's going to be, i think, minus 5 with the windchill of minus 28. oh. >> you need special underwear to beat the cold. >> special underwear? >> they're getting special underwear. >> what? >> what are you talking about. >> they're all wearing special heated underwear. >> really? >> -- could use them. >> it's a four-hour show. we're going to get to the bottom of this. >> i cannot wait.
>> you know there's going to be some hard core players with no under armour. >> in the famous freezer bowl it was minus 50 degrees. >> you worked that game? >> oh, yeah. >> you were saying you were there -- >> the arms, they covered their arms in vaseline. and they didn't wear -- in an effort to show how strong they were. they couldn't grab onto it. >> i thought it was in an effort to keep them warm. >> this is on the field. >> coming up on the show, protests erupt in germany over the handling of hundreds of new year's eve assaults on women but is the mainstream media avoiding that story because they're worried about being called islamaphobeic. we'll discuss that next. >> plus how's this for a final wish? in lieu of flowers, the obituary now going viral. here at the td ameritrade trader group, they work all the time. sup jj? working hard?
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in cologne, germany, protests erupted in response to the handling of hundreds of assaults against women during new year's eve celebrations. so far, 379 women have claimed to have been assaulted. 40% of those assaults were of a sexual nature, and 22 of the 32 identified suspects were asylum seeking refugees who just arrived in germany. with the u.s. planning to increase the number of refugees from this region, with the president bringing a syrian refugee to the state of the union address later this month, should we expect something like this here? fox news contributor joins us now. katie, good morning. >> good morning. >> this strikes me as a huge story. germany's let in a million refugees in the last twelve months and immediately you have mass sexual assaults in the public square. why isn't this on the front page of every newspaper in america, as we debate our own refugee policy? >> well, it's a great question. and the thing is that this, you know, rape culture that's been imported into germany is actually not just something that
recently happened. we've been hearing about reports of this from women's rights groups in europe for months. they've been sending letters to public officials there, they've been sending letters to the media begging them to cover this story, and for months on end, they've been reporting rapes by alleged by refugees -- so-called refugees in multiple cities across germany. it's also happening in norway and in denmark. so this is not an isolated incident. and here we are in the united states, with the president shaming those who have serious concerns about bringing mass amounts of people -- >> right. >> into our country who come from cultures where rape is acceptable. >> right. i mean, rape rate in scandinavia has been rising for decades. basically around zero, and it's gone up thanks to mass immigration to pretty perilously high rates. that's been totally uncovered by the american press. so, the response from the european left basically has been the same as the response from the american left which is europeans need to change their behavior in order to accommodate
the customs of these newcomers. >> right. and it's like they've learned nothing. when the media decides to bury the story because god forbid they enforce the narrative of skepticism of importing cultures that don't necessarily line up with western values. we saw in england with the rotterdam case where thousands of young girls and boys were abused by muslim men for years. i mean almost a decade, and it was covered up. and so the question is now, if this starts happening in the united states, will the media continue here, which is aligned, of course, with the leftist media in europe, continue to cover up this story. and i'm wondering where the rape culture warriors are. where are the senators who were very concerned about the rolling stone story with, you know, the alleged rape which ended up being false but yet they're shaming people into -- you know, who dare to question bringing men from countries that have to be educated about the fact that rape is wrong. in denmark and norway they're
holding classes, tucker, for men, letting them know that in their countries, that rape is not acceptable, even in the cases of marriage, and you know, i would say, if you have to hold classes for men, teaching them that rape is wrong, maybe you shouldn't be importing them by the hundreds of thousands into your country. >> yeah. i mean these refugees are really going to have to come out against row v. wade to get the attention of feminists i think. >> exactly. >> katie, it's great to see you this morning. >> see you, tucker. a front-runner fight in the state of iowa. donald trump takes yet another shot at ted cruz's citizenship. is he a native-born american? now cruz is fighting back. the latest from the campaign trail coming up. and there's a backlash against the millennial mind-set at work. and it's causing some to get fired. three reasons why millennials are bad employees. next. at ally bank no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like reunions equal blatant lying. the company is actually doing really well on,
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good morning, everyone. the race for the white house going full speed ahead. presidential candidates continuing to push hard on the campaign trail in iowa. >> the two front-runners this morning confronting the topic of presidential eligibility. >> garrett tenney joins us from washington, d.c. with more on that. good morning, garrett. >> good morning, y'all. it's an issue that donald trump is not letting go, particularly in iowa, where the donald told supporters yesterday it's a must-win situation for his campaign. before, again, mentioning his concerns about ted cruz's citizenship. it's not a settled matter. he was born in canada. and i say to ted, and as a republican i say, because i think it's very important, you've got to get it straightened out. >> those kinds of attacks have ratcheted up over the last few months, since ted cruz took over the top spot in iowa.
the latest fox news polls have him slightly ahead of trump with 27%. to 23%. ted cruz's mother is an american citizen, which he stated makes him an american citizen by birth. in trump's attack has been catching on, though, as cruz is getting asked about his citizenship more regularly by voters in iowa. >> i recognize that there are candidates in the field that don't want to talk about those issues, and they want to, instead, encourage the good people in the media to go down rabbit trails and engage in circus side shows. i don't think the american people are interested in that. >> looking towards the general election, though, one new poll indicates that some democrats would actually prefer trump over their party's front-runner hillary clinton. with 19% saying they'd be willing to buck their own party and vote for him. compared to just 14% of republican voters who said do the same for hillary. back to y'all. >> all right, thanks garrett tenney live for us in d.c. this
morning. >> thank you. >> thanks, garrett. >> the wussification of america. do you have a millennial like this in your office? >> hey, ellis, have you put the campaign pictures up on the website? >> oh, yeah. i started to. >> and areo finish doing them? >> later, man. >> well, according to ink magazine, some employers are fed up, and are sending their millennial workers packing. so what's behind this backlash? >> joining us now is adriana gonzalez larson. what's with millennials not wanting to work hard? >> so i think first, we have to understand that millennials are -- it's a big generation. the oldest millennials are 35 years old. they're executives, they're running companies, mark zuckerberg is a millennial. we're not talking about all millennials here at all.
that said employers are seeing that some entry level employees are coming in without the skills they need to accept the job, do the job and then get promoted on the job. >> they have high self-esteem, though in >> some of them do. and some of them don't. >> a lot of them have grown up in a world where marijuana has been decriminalized like everywhere, so that must play a role. >> i'm not sure that that plays a role. but it is an interesting theory. >> and she's a millennial. i think there might be some backlash here from this. >> they don't actually not want to work. it seems like they want to work on their own terms. they want to create their own businesses. they don't seem like they want to sit and be told what to do by somebody else. they're sort of stuck in this griddle ground where they have to because they don't have the money to live. >> i think that is certainly a trend. there are so many more options in the working world today. and also, people today want happiness from their work. they don't just want a job. they want something that fulfills them. they want something that is on their own terms. and that can be a conflict when you're coming in to an
entry-level job. >> but we expect too much. we expect extensive training. we expect to be mentored and some employers just simply can't offer that. >> i don't think it's fair for everyone to expect to come in to the working world and be mentored and have training. i think one of the things that we tell people, and tell millennials is, you have to take control of your own career. you have to empower yourself to get the training you need, find your own mentors, you can't expect your employer or anyone else to do it for you. >> what's an anti-work attitude? i mean, it seems obvious, but is this something that's common among millennials? >> i actually find that most millennials i work with are very motivated and very excited. i think there are people who are anti-work in every generation, right? there's certainly always people who want to come in at 9:00 and leave at 5:00 on the dot and do the bare minimum. and there are people who are really excited to get ahead. >> what about this -- the other point you make, which is they think that employers are responsible for their happiness. that they provide some sort of happiness, massages at work,
good, google, they have snack bars, they have beer stands all around different opposites in new york city. >> that is true. new york city, san francisco, l.a., you have offices with massages, with dogs, with all of these things. and millennials have grown up in a generation where that is more the norm. you're not just clocking in to a cubicle every day. so that does certainly play a part in it. >> thanks for joining us. >> thanks so much for having me. >> i got to say, i employ a lot of millennials. they work pretty hard. >> i do, too. everyone i work with works really, really hard. >> bucking the trend. all right, thanks adrienne. 29 minutes after the hour. here's what's coming up on "fox & friends" weekend. how is this for a final wish? in lew of flowers, vote for donald trump. the obituary now going viral. >> and do you have a cold? sore throat? eat some chocolate. >> oh, yes. >> the unusual cures that will make you feeling a little bit better in these freezing temperatures when we come back. i'd like to make a dep--
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stories making headlines. new video just released by the u.s. navy showing iranian ships firing missiles in the persian gulf, multiple rockets are fired with u.s. and french military ships nearby. the december 26th incident being called a provocative. it is the latest in a series of aggressive actions by iran causing concerns for world powers. one american is under arrest after a threatening note on board a united airlines flight causes an emergency landing. the flight left anchorage, alaska, bound for denver. right now there's no details as to how the note was found but the pilot diverted the plane into vancouver, canada. all 131 passengers were safe. canadian police say they are looking at the charges. and one new york traffic agent may be seen as an orange tsunami. brooklyn's -- wrote nearly 19,000 parking tickets just last year. that's the rate of about one every nine minutes 45 seconds. most of the violations were for drivers not moving their cars
during street cleaning hours. when asked about the amount of tickets he gives out warren says it's never okay to break the law. and a man's dying wish, vote for donald trump. 65-year-old earnest's obituary says he wants friends and family to vote for the front-runner instead of sending flowers. his wife says he was an avid fox news watcher and admired trump's family christian values and beliefs. trump retweeted the decorated world war ii veteran's obituary saying thank you so much, earnest must have been a great person. do you have a look at the weather for us now? >> i do, anna. you hear me okay? i hope you do. >> yes. >> okay, good, good. because i can't hear anything because i was in my office and i ran down just to do some weather and here we are. kickoff forecast for today's seattle seahawks, minnesota vikings game, one of the coldest we have ever felt in minnesota. it's going to be minus 3 at kickoff time. minus 13 was the record, and
that was in 1967. they call it the ice bowl. the windchills will be minus 10 to minus 25. so, bundle up. yes, i'm out of breath. i apologize. i ran from my office down here. past 24 hours you see that rain moving across florida up towards the northeast. behind the system, that's where we have the cold air. that's where we have the snow. and in front of it, heavy rain. one to two inches across the northeast. and that's going to continue through much of today, into tonight, we'll see the snow move northwards into canada and we'll be left with lake-effect snow in some cases you could see one to two feet of snow downwind of the great lakes, and a quick look at your forecast, precipitation, there you go. one to two inches in some cases, heavier amounts of rain and up to two feet of snow downwind of the great lakes. i think we see some food, clayton tucker and anna -- >> you're downwind from our food this morning. >> suffering from a brutal winter cold?
>> need a tissue. i'm find. >> when you put a "d" at the end of fine, you're not fine. >> i'm fine-d. i'm fine-d. it's a really hard word to say. >> if you need more than a tissue your best remedy may be taylor swift and dark chocolate. that sounds crazy. dr. nina radcliffe says it's not as crazy as it sounds. she's here to share uncommon remedies to kick that nasty winter cold. >> wonderful seeing you. >> so the first thing that we always think of is chicken noodle soup. is that good or bad? >> first of all i want to say there is no cure for the common cold but there's a number of remedies that we can take that can help alleviate the symptoms and our suffering and that can support our immune system. we know about some of the common ones, the chicken noodle soup. homemade, as well as staying hydrated. keeping the air most so we can breathe easier, vitamin "c" and plenty of sleep. >> dry air actually cause -- is
a hotbed for bacteria, right? >> it is. it can dry up the mucous membranes, make it more likely for bacteria attach to your mucous membranes, the skin inside your nose, inside your mouth. >> i'm concerned about the idea that taylor swift is medicine. >> yes. that's something interesting. listening to soothing music can enhance our immune system. specifically when it comes to natural killer cells. these gobble up bacteria and something called immunoglobulin "a" found in our nostrils and mouth. >> i would be thinking about vivaldi, not taylor swift. >> soothing music. >> we were talking about wet socks. we've got a bowl of floating wet socks. why cold, wet socks? how does that help us? >> this is something you need to be cautious about trying at home. there is no proven studies that this works. but there are die-hard believers. what they say is our body tries to achieve hole yo stay sis. so when we make our feet cold blood rushes from our head to our feet and in the process can
decrease our congestion. make more flood flow through our lymph nodes. >> chocolate. this you said -- >> there's more. we just couldn't fit this on the table. >> you eat you said a little piece of this every day and you're a physician. >> oh, absolutely. >> why do you do that? >> just when i thought i couldn't love chong lot anymore we're finding that it continues a compound called theo bromine. and it suppresses cough. it blunts the sensory nerves. think about post nasal drip when you're sick. any drop of mucous. think about when you get a drop of water down your throat you start coughing. this is a very effective way of dealing with it without the side effects, without a prescription. >> does it have to be dark chocolate? >> dark chocolate is best. it has a higher level of theo bromine. >> we've got some raw onions. >> onions have been part of medicine for centuries. in fact, many people would recommend keeping a cut raw onion by your bedside so it can
absorb germs. but this has not been proven. >> hmm. >> what we do think, though, is that -- >> next to your bowl of leeches, right? >> exactly, exactly. but what onions do contain is sulfur compounds which gives us this pungent odor but it's also believed it can be poisonous to bacteria. >> the last two, zinc and exercise. tell us about zinc first. >> zinc is a mineral for our immune system. i want to point out that there are a number of foods that contain high levels of this mineral. milk, cheese, nuts, particularly pumpkin seeds. and even oysters. and this is important. there rl foods that can provide us medicinal purposes so this is an important point. we always want to eat nutritious foods so we can oftentimes get what we need from our food. >> finally we always wonder should we take the day off if we're even workaholics? you say moderate exercise is okay but don't overdo it. >> absolutely. listen to your body. generally speaking, exercise makes us feel better. boosts our endorphins, it can help with our immune system.
people who exercise regularly are less likely to have a common cold. exercising when your sick is maybe a good thing. >> dr. radcliffe, you can take the wet socks we'll take the chocolate. >> what about the onions? >> and the al monlds. >> thank you, doctor. >> thank you. >> up next, marco rubio, the latest gop candidate to court the religious vote. what are the questions of faith you want to be asking when considering a candidate. father jonathan morris is here to tell us, next. and speaking of faith, a surprising revelation from pope francis. he said if he wasn't the pontiff he would be in prison. hmm. at ally bank no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like ordering wine equals pretending to know wine. pinot noir, which means peanut of the night.
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wasn't pontiff he would be in prison. fox news contributor jonathan morris joins us to explain more about what that means. >> he sort of said that. what he said was i think something we could all say that if my circumstances in life were different i would be a very different person. the famous phrasing, there but for the grace of god go i. and what he said was if my life circumstances were different i might be a prisoner rather than a pope and he visits prisons often and so i think that's very present in his life. recognizing that, but for the grace of god. >> historically here, is this like the first book from a pope? now this is like a 100 page book. it's a conversation with a reporter that's been turned into a book. but is this historically here -- >> john paul ii, as well as pope benedict also wrote books. i think it's a new age of media, and this is like you said, it's an interview, so it's not that he was penning his own book. it was an interview style. but benedict xvi did pen his own
book. he wrote the famous book on jesus of nazareth, et cetera. >> marco rubio has made a pretty district play for evangelicals talking about his own faith in jesus. how should voters of faith think of who to vote for? >> i love that marco rubio did set up this world of advisers for religious liberty and brought some very good people in. he's brought rick warren, sammy rodriguez, friends of mine, and i think it's a great thing. he's saying these people are not -- i'm not asking them for endorsements. i love the fact that they did not give him endorsements. i think you lose spiritual credibility when we give endorsements, just my opinion. but what he did say is i need your help as religious advisers. and i think that shows humility on his part. yes, also it might be convenient, as we were talking about off air, and maybe it's convenient, but as long as you're using them, i think it's a very good thing. >> it's quite a diverse group, liz warren of the purpose driven
life, the hispanic christian leadership conference, and also a history professor from baylor. how do you think they're going to be advising him and making sure that it's still his voice, and not their voice? >> well, i think bringing up as well tucker's question, together, we ask ourselves, what are the values that i am choosing in a president? and i think they can help, to your question, anna, they can help marco rubio present himself in a way that is acceptable or that is attractive. you know, in the end we're choosing somebody who we think can best exercise the office of president of the united states of america, in search for the common good of justice and peace. that's what a president's supposed to do. protect us, peace and justice, but within his -- within his office. and not try to be somebody else. and i think they can advise him, hey, listen, if you couch or you explain your principles in this way, it's going to help us
understand who you are. >> i've seen a lot of the candidates talk about their faith quite openly. donald trump walking around with his childhood bible. seems different than the 1960s, jfk saying, look, the pope will not be in the white house. basically saying there's separation here. we've -- it's quite a difference. >> it is. at the same time, i think all of -- i think all of the candidates would agree we don't want the pope in the white house. we don't want our -- any church dictating to our government what they must do. but, from the very beginning, and this is not a change, i don't think, from the very beginning, we have, as a country, sought religious values, ethical values, as a way to inform and to make the leader a better person, to hold on a standard of excellence. and i think we as a country still want that. >> father jonathan morris joining us live. >> thank you. >> good morning, happy sunday. >> you are a clear explainer this early in the morning. coming up a man attacks a police officer and says he did it in the name of islam.
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everybody is planning vacation the it's january, the most boring month of the year. here with us is francesca paige. let's start out with the kid-free destinations. costa rica number one? >> it's a playground for adults in terms of activities. the action seeking kind of couple, this is a great option. >> surfing. >> you've got hiking, you've got waterfalls, you've got scuba diving. you name it. >> if you don't want to do the workouts, just want to drink wine, you go to napa. >> napa valley, known as the wine country, boasts some of the world's best wines and great food. it's a beautiful natural romantic setting. that's a good option. >> naples, florida. >> on the west coast of florida. it's more quiet and removed but elegant. it holds a lot of south florida charm and has amazing beaches and romantic sunsets. >> affordable in. >> very affordable. >> you fly right into --
>> right into naples. it has a lot of restaurants too. >> kids-free examples. if you want to have family time, destinations as well? >> yes. >> california again. >> california again has lots of options. san diego has 70 miles of beach fun and activities to choose from, and home of seaworld and san diego skbloo zoo and balboa park. >> affordable to fly into san diego. this time of year, it's good to look at flying in there. probably a more affordable time. >> washington, d.c. >> d.c.'s appeal. it has the national mall surrounded by three kid friendly museums. home to the national zoo which is free to enter. if you're looking for a treat, georgetown cupcakes. myrtle beach, south carolina. >> myrtle beach is another great option. affordable and accessible. a ton of activities to do. you can visit the mt. atlantis
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hi everyone. good morning. it's sunday, the 10th of january, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is frox and friends weekend. who wants to be a billionaire? you may have a chance. nobody won the $900 million powerball. now it will climb to over $1 billion. >> you can get something for nothing. then a mass murdering drug kingpin bragged about killing 3,000 people meets are a hollywood star in secret. the hollywood star sucks up to him. that hollywood star is sean penn. how did he get an interview with him when authorities couldn't find him? that story next. think about it. i would bomb the [ bleep ] out of them. >> one of these republicans -- >> carpet bomb them into oblivion. >> could actually be president. >> mike huckabee is here to respond to that ad in moments.
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>> i'm sorry to disappoint you. >> what do you think, is the lottery a legitimate way to get rich? do you think you'll win or is it a scam? >> stop it. i'm trying to have fun with it. >> don't lead the witness. >> we have stories making headlines. we're going to get right to this. a fox news alert. caught in a hail of bullets on the job. the suspect who shot a philadelphia cop in the name of islam being charged with attempted murder. 30-year-old edward archer denied bail after firing at least 11 shots into officer jesse hartnett's patrol car execution-style. this as authorities look into archer's background and the multiple week long trips he took to the middle east. archer's family insisting he has no ties to them. officer hartnett hit three times in the arm was able to return fire at archer injuring him. the officer is in stable but critical condition at last check. one of isis' top commanders is believed to have been killed.
they claim to have killed him during an air force strike in the city of barwana. he was the second deputy of the extremist group al baghdadi. abu mohammed was said to be severely wounded in another air strike. this is something everybody is talking about. steven avery, the subject of the popular netflix documentary making a murderer has new representation. kathleen zel ner, a high-profile attorney and kathleen bushnell, part of the innocence project. it follows several calling for avery's pardon of for the murder of teresa hall back. the law firm is looking forward to adding avery to the long list of wrongful conviction exonerations. from the walls of a brothel to the nevada state senate? dennis hop, the owner of the bunny ranch brothel where lamar odom was found unconscious is up
for candidacy. the brothel kingpin will run for libertarian. not his first brush with politics. he went for a committee in july where he hoped to unseat senator harry reid. >> lamar odom doing well. mike huckabee now running for president as a republican. governor, good to see you this morning. >> good morning. >> so hillary clinton has a new ad up designed to scare voters about republicans running for president. take a look at it. i got to be honest. it made me want to vote republican after watching it. here it is. maybe you'll have a different view. >> think about it. i would bomb
the [ bleep ] out of them. >> one of these republicans. >> carpet bomb them into o oblivi oblivion. >> could be president. >> enacting their agenda. >> repeal obamacare. >> defund planned parenthood.
>> they're backward, each dangerous. who is the one candidate who can stop them? hillary clinton, tested and tough to stop them, stand with her. >> i am hillary clinton and i approve this ad. >> i'm not sure.
she doesn't win me over and i'm not sure she wins a lot of people over. she has been tested and she has failed. she's failed to tell the truth. she's failed to find out what happened at benghazi and lied about what happened in benghazi publicly. she failed to reset the relationship of the soviet union. she failed to establish a safer world. she's been tested all right. and she has miserably failed. i think americans will be reminded of that throughout the campaign. >> what are you seeing in iowa right now, governor, putting out 150 campaign events? we checked with you. >> 150. >> how is that going so far?
are you seeing any momentum heading into the iowa caucuses just three weeks away? >> we are clayton. i've had the benefit of going through this before. iowa voters break weight. these are not people who get firm in that i decision until just before the caucus. in fact, when we polled 5,000 people before christmas, 75% of them said we haven't made up our minds. 58% weren't leaning one way or the other. they'll come to rallies and listen. they're very thoughtful about this. they take this seriously. this is like an interview process. and they're interviewing people for the job. they're very careful about not making too firm a commitment until just before. these are intense voters. i'll say what i think people will find. every four years there is a big surprise in the iowa caucus. i think you're going to see it again. opinion polls, people keep talking about them and say this guy ought to get out, this guy
is going to win. not one person cast a vote yet, not one. not one vote has been counted. when that happens, we'll see how things shake out. >> the neels we've been reporting, governor, donald trump and ted cruz are soaring ahead of you. is it that you don't believe those polls or you think that everybody is going to break late and make their decision at the witching hour, three weeks from now? >> well, it would be unusual if something like that didn't happen. eight years ago i was in a distant second position. most people didn't think i had a chance to win. i didn't just win, i got more votes than anyone in the history of the caucus. four years ago, five days out from the caucus, rick santorum was in low single digits in sixth place and ended up winning. look, iowa voters have a way of thinking for themselves. they will make the decision and when they do, we'll all accept it.
i just find it somewhat remarkable, anna, that everybody is basing things on polls. whether or not you get to the debate stage, whether or not you get to a certain position, how many questions you get. this has become a manipulated process based on quick surveys, some of which -- it's harder to poll because people don't want to answer the phones and talk for 30 minutes at a time. i'm troubled that this entire process has been completely dominated by opinion polls rather than qualifications and even rather than substantive answers to very serious questions about this nation. >> you bring up a great point. >> economically and militarily. >> technologically, right, people are using cell phones now and pollsters can't reach the individuals and they have to call them on land lines. we're seeing this shift in polling. it will be interesting to see come iowa -- >> governor, the city and -- there's a long tradition started
up with president reagan having an american hero in the box. this president, we're now finding out this morning will have a syrian refugee sitting with his family. what points is he trying to make? >> well, i guess he's trying to tell us it's going to be just as safe as it can be for us to import syrian refugees. if you want to know how safe it is, look at what's going on in europe, the chaos there. the mass sexual assaults of women. and liberal politicians telling women, maybe you should be careful that you go out with other people, be careful how you dress. my gosh, if that's the criteria that we're going to live in freedom, we've already lost it. i think rather than bring a syrian refugee in and say we would like to look like europe, i think the president should say we don't want to look like europe. we've seen what happens when we have massive -- we can't properly vet them. maybe we ought to take another strategy. this president is irrational and
illogical when it comes to the real issues americans care about. >> symbolically, governor, the president is going to leave a seat open in honor of all the gun violence victims over the last year. do you think this is a good or bad idea? this has been a huge point of contention across the united states after his town hall on thursday and executive actions on gun control. >> when americans are asked what they're afraid of, gun control is so far down the list, it doesn't even register. more people were killed last year by hammers than by rifles. maybe the president should have an empty seat for all the victims of hammer violence. i don't mean to be dismissive. and i understand any gun death is too many. but the president could stop 4,000 abortions a day if he started treating unborn children as persons. he always says if we could save one person, it would be worth changing these laws. with that, he could save 4,000. in fact, if he wants to save some more, you know, if he's so
interested in saving one, don't import syrian refugees because if just one person gets murdered by a terrorist who slips across the border pretending to be a syrian refugee, wouldn't it be worth it, mr. president to not go there? >> powerful point. governor mike huckabee. give us the landscape here. three more weeks. how many more events do you have in iowa before things wrap up? >> let's see. we're probably 110 more events, something like that. it's going to be a busy three weeks. >> you need lem none and chamomile tea i think. >> yes. my voice is strained. i can't imagine what it will be like in three weeks. by the way, it's very, very cold in iowa. very cold. >> you'll be giving speeches in hand signals by the end. >> probably so. >> great to see you this morning. great to see you. >> thank you, guys. all the best. coming up on the show, a man attacks a police officer and
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terror attack within the united states and you get no statement from the white house about this? it's because they don't want to say what everybody understands, what the nature of this was. >> so did the former assistant director of the fbi agree with that? ron hoss coe with legal defense fund joins us now. ron, thanks for being with us. >> happy to be with you. >> is this because as many pundits pointed to, that the president is saying this doesn't fit his narrative that isis is con snand. >> well, isis clearly isn't contained. we hear of new attacks on a regular basis. we've seen horrific attacks in recent months to include what happened in san bernardino. the isis message is getting through. and we are not in a good place right now. the notion that this is a jv team that they can be dismissed has been proven wrong again and again and again. >> brian, officer jesse hartnett
was flagged down by this archer character. as this rogue man comes up to him, he starts firing. reports of 11 bullets, 13 shots fired. three of them hit him in the arm. he ends up in the hospital. miraculously is able to return fire, radio in for help. he's alive this morning, thank goodness. but when you have the philly mayor coming out and saying this has nothing to do with islam when the police commissioner said just the opposite moments before in a correspond press conference, what do you make of that? >> i think the philly mayor who is brand new in the job was busy reading the white house talk points, which are diversion, which are looking in another direction when there's a horrific terrorist attack in san bernardino, the president gets a softball over the plate from cnn and says let's talk about guns and reframe it in terms of gun
control. this is a concern in our country abocountry terror. that's what happened the other night. thank goodness that officer hartnett not only was able to survive those wounds but was heroic in getting out of his car and chasing this madman. >> he could have hurt more people. >> absolutely. >> i want to play you a sound bite from the democratic mayor there. it does seem like he's taking the words straight out of president obama's playbook. not only by saying it has nothing to do with radical islamic extremism but also that it has to do with problems with having too many guns on the street. let's listen. >> in no way, shape or form does anyone in this room believe that islam or the teaching of islam has anything to do with what you've seen on this screen. this is a criminal with a stolen gun who tried to kill one much our officers. has nothing to do with being a muslim or following the islamic faith. >> there are too many guns, too many guns on our streets. i think our national government needs to do something about
that. >> pretty hard for the president to talk about this and in the state of the union talk about everything he's done for gun control, wouldn't it? >> well, first, there are too many guns on our streets in the hands of the wrong people. mr. archer is obviously one of them. he is the product of essentially revolving door justice in philadelphia where dangerous people don't get enough time, have ready access to weapons. those are the people we ought to be talking about taking guns away from. >> can't forget this was a 9 millimeter glock 17 stolen from a police officer. what is he saying, that the police shouldn't have guns either? thank you for your time today. >> my pleasure. >> have a nice sunday. 20 minutes after the hour. coming up on "fox and friends weekend," his unwavering faith after the death of his son -- >> i don't think god took our son. i think he allowed him to be taken. >> radio personality rick burgess and his wife are turning their tragedy to hope. remember who hacked
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helping people heal in their own way. >> he and his wife and their new book, they join us now. thanks for being with us. >> thanks for having us. >> you have a big audience. i know you've been able to get a lot of people a lot of hope in a lot of ways. this book is helping you do the same. what a beautiful little boy. tell us his story first. >> when god took our son, i wanted to understand. i needed some answers. so i cried out to god. and he gave them. to god, this was refinement. no one teaches like the lord. no one. he took away our son in order to take the love of the world out of us. in doing so, has made us free to live the life he created for us in the first place, one that hungers for more than this world can offer and stands in awe of the one who can and will make it all right again. >> so often people would lose a child endure the double tragedy of seeing their marriage fall apart afterwards.
it's unbelievable sad. the opposite has happened to you. >> absolutely. >> how did you do that? >> i think one of the misnomers about this, what i call a myth, the death of a child destroys marriages, that really isn't true. i think what you find is that marriages that were weak and had problems before this happened, they move away from each other. >> yes. >> the marriages strong before this ever happened like ours built on a commitment to god first and trying to do the marriage the way he said to do it, you find if the marriage is strong, it becomes stronger. that's been our story. >> you're right. if you read in the book, you're not going to use the word die. why not talk about that word in that way? >> because i don't see him that way. i see him as going on to another place. a wonderful place. a place that i long to be. one day, i'm going to hold him again. i don't see him in that way. i see him as alive just as
vibrant as he ever was. i do. i believe that. >> the story, your 2-year-old son died in a swimming pool. somehow he was interested in going outside and unlocked a couple of gates and just an awful thing that we can't even imagine what it feels like to bury a child. any of us who have had tragedy in our lives and a lot of people lose faith in those instances. were there ever times when you doubted god? >> i didn't. i really felt this was his will. i felt like god created broner for this purpose. he kept confirming over and over to us that his life was complete and perfect at 2 1/2 years. that god was going to use bronner to bring other people to himself. you know, i told you that i cried out god for answers. i will tell you one day i asked got why the children? i said to god, i know you lost
your son. but you got him back after three days. three days. and i heard god say to me, but what about the others? they're all mine. you're going to get this glorious reunion with your son but i won't get that with all of mine. so i knew that god was using this to bring some of his lost sheep home to himself. if that is bronnor's purpose and our purpose in losing a child, then it's worth it to us. >> we wouldn't be on this show -- >> you have a show daily. how did you get back on that horse? >> that was tough. i remember sitting there and we had this little farmhouse that god gave us. we don't know why it was given to us until we realized it was a refuge. it's a tiny house, nothing in it, except us. i'll never forget this moment. i think this is what i took away from it. why god allows this to happen. if you don't think he allowed
it -- if he's sovereign, then he allowed it. but why? this was one of the many lessons and they're throughout this book. i was looking at it and i couldn't find my sheet to go back to work. can you imagine coming back on the air after this and you have a when do i say the next funny thing, when do i talk about politics again. none of that seems to matter. i remember saying, lord, you expect me to do this and i can't each tie my shoes. i heard from the lord, now you're ready. your problem wasn't that you weren't strong enough because i was raised by a football coach to be strong and stand up, stand in the doorway. your problem is you're weak enough. now you're so broken down, you need god almighty to tie your shoes. you're ready to be used. >> live for god, not yourself. >> amen. >> it's a real pleasure meet you. >> it's our pleasure. i appreciate you bringing both of us on. >> a journey to understand,
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the authorities may have found him thanks to sean penn. >> he cleared up something. "el chapo," of course, has been arrested numerous times before. he escaped last summer through a tunnel. as you remember, he denied to mexican authorities and the media throughout that he was in fact a drug trafficker. he comes clean with sean penn and says i am the largest mover of heroin, cocaine and marijuana into the united states. the problem with this interview and the reason it has a lot of people enraged this morning is that sean penn basically makes excuses for a man who has bragged, "el chapo," about murdering 3,000 people. sean penn turns the blame back on the united states. here's what he says in the quote in rolling stone. we'll save you the trouble of reading it. "we're the consumers of the drugs. as such, we're complicit in every murder and corruption of the institution's ability to protect the quality of life, the citizens of mexico and it comes as a result of the insatiable
appetite." in other words, it's our fault. >> they're upset that he did it in the first place and we haven't heard from any law enforcement organization that said that to your point, yes, he may have been caught because of this. >> he knew he was -- >> because he was in communication going on that authorities tracked him down. >> but was sean penn helping authorities to track him down? people are upset about this. should sean penn be charged with harboring a fugitive or aiding and abetting. some people are saying that. >> they're there, shooting some presumably cell phone video with "el chapo" in the jungle in the secret location. remarkably, he has to go through security checkpoints as he's going up to this compound. there are armed security guards blocking his entrance. then he goes in and stands there next to some chickens and does a little bit of an interview. don't pay attention much to the chickens. just read the words on the
screen. watch. >> [ inaudible ] [ speaking foreign language ] >> he goes on to say i supply more heroin, more methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana than anybody else in the world but he says he never instigates anything. he only strikes when somebody has been on him first. >> that's why he killed 3,000 people. >> to clarify one thing. sean penn is posing as a journalist here and getting a lot of credit for that.
the truth is, sean penn admits, it since this interview, two "el chapo" for his approval before rolling stone printed it. it was vetted by the subject of it -- >> that's not journalism. >> that's the behavior of a fan boy. >> not only that, he is also sent all the questions and those were pre-screened and wasn't allowed to ask follow-up questions. the answers to the questions were this short and he couldn't dig any deeper. >> one of the other conditions is don't lead any authorities to me. don't let anyone find out where we are. it doesn't look like that happened. >> you could have got an interesting interview with "el chap chapo". i would like to interview him. but to suck up to the guy and blame america for his drug dealing and then to let him have full control of the piece, that's disgusting. you're acting as his press agent. >> what should happen to sean penn? is he directly span for nabbing "el chapo" or should he be brought up on charges? >> we are following other
stories making headlines. we'll start with this one. affluenza teen's mom didn't want to leave for mexico empty handed. tanya couch cleaned out $30,000 from a bank account and told her husband she'd never see him ag in a texas court tomorrow to discuss her $1 million bail. meanwhile, 18-year-old ethan couch remains in custody in mexico waiting on deportation charges. remember the two guys who hacked into a jeep cherokee last summer? you probably do. the investigation into how they did it is now complete saying auto radios are no longer vulnerable to hackers. chief, chrysler, dodge and ram patched up glitches in the software. charlie miller and chris hacked into the jeep which resulted in a recall of more than 1.4 million vehicles. that's got to be -- in a brush with death making them realize the power of
prayer. this picture taken after a horrific accident. the boyfriend had to be cut out of the mangled car and the girlfriend didn't know if he was dead or alive. she said she saw an angel who guided her through a terrifying moment. she said god is the reason they've survived and now they have a platform to spread his message. those are your headlines. a man who opened fire on a philadelphia police officer point-blank, his name is edward archer, he's been charged with attemptsed murder and being held in philadelphia without bail. he admitted that he act theed in the name of islam. the police have yet to deem this an act of terrorism. the fbi meanwhile, probing his trips to the middle east. we go to former d.c. detective rod wheeler with an update on this. what do we know this morning? >> good morning, guys. the investigation continues and a lot are wondering why he
wasn't charged with terrorism. let me explain and break down why he's not charged with terrorism yet. even though mr. archer admitted that he acted by isis. we as investigators, we have to find a direct or indirect evidence to support what this guy says. in other words, we can't just charge him with that because he said it. he was arraigned yesterday here in the city of philadelphia. he was charged with a number of felony charges. he's not going to get out of jail any time soon. he goes back to court on january 25th for his preliminary. what's going to happen between today and january 25th is the fbi as well as the philadelphia investigators, they're trying to get more information so that if they do need to ask the terrorism charge, they will have the ability to do that. they can't quite do it yet because they cannot make that direct link, guys. >> i guess they're trying to figure out who else's hands had been on the gun that was used because it was stolen from a police officer.
any word on that, rod? >> exactly. that gun was stolen, anna, back in 2013 right here in the city of philadelphia out of a police officer's home. now, the police do believe that that gun had changed hands multiple times prior to getting to the hands of mr. archer. they don't know exactly who all touched that gun, but they are aggressively trying to figure that out. in addition to that, they're trying to figure out whether or not anyone else assisted mr. archer in the planning of this attack against this police officer the other day. there's a lot more information that the investigators are trying to determine right now, anna. >> rod wheeler, thank you so much. live in philly. appreciate your report. >> thank you, guys. checking his social media and raided both of his homes. >> stolen from a cop. >> looking into his trips to the middle east too. here's what's coming up on the program. sexual assault that could stand -- >> why can't your administration see that these restrictions that you're putting to make it harder for me to own a gun or harder
sexual assault victim confronted president obama during his town hall on gun control challenging him on new gun laws. here's part of the exchange. >> i have been unspeak bli victimized once already and i refuse to let that happen again. why can't your administration see that the restrictions that you're putting to make it harder for me to own a gun or harder for me to take that where i need to be is actually making my kids and i less safe? >> all i'm focused on is making sure that a terrible crime like yours that was committed is not made easier because somebody can go on the internet and just buy whatever weapon they want. >> president went on to explain that she might not be qualified
to handle a firearm. was it an adequate answer? >> joins us live from denver for the reaction. thanks for joining us this morning. >> did you feel patronized by the response. takes a lot of training to operate a firearm and the implication is you don't have that training. maybe you're not qualified. >> i felt that there was the exchange at the time. but the more i started thinking about it, i didn't get my question answered and quite honestly, yes, i feel a little bit degraded by the fact that the president has no idea what kind of training i've been through. has no idea the scenarios that i've gone through in my head as a reaction to not just what -- also to be only memories that i have of an actual assault that happened to me. yeah, i feel like it wasn't necessarily fair of him to just obviously take the conversation to a place that had to do with the safety of my children and myself in my own home. i know what i'm doing with a firearm and each if my voice may shake in front of him, i most
definitely would not in front of an attacker. >> you had been a republican and said basically the same thing. honey, i'm not sure you're ready for a gun. he would have been rightly, i think, who would call this manno owe. >> exactly. i don't want to put the feminist label debate on this. absolutely, i feel i was pandered to. i don't want to see this happen from either side. it's not a debate about one side or the other versus each other. it's really people like me, middle of the ground that don't want to be used in political gains but want access to protect myself, my family, my kids. i should get to choose how i do that. >> that's exactly right. i have to say, you made a very articulate case for why gun ownership can be really meaningful. it's not just about hunting. this is not to take away from the police. but to have to wait for the police to rescue you, sometimes
that doesn't work. do you feel as a gun owner now more safe because you have a firearm? >> i do. we have an excellent law enforcement community in wells county where i'm from. still, i want to be the first line of protection for myself when it comes to those kinds of things. very seldom does law enforcement actually stop a crime while it's in progress. just due to the nature of how those things are reported or how we're able to get ahold of a phone. during my assault, my cell phone was sitting on my bed stand and i could not have gotten it. the debate has been back and forth. even if you had a firearm, you wouldn't have been able to use it. that's fine and i can debate that all i want, too. but the fact of the matter is, i'm going to carry a firearm now to make sure it doesn't happen again. >> it's hard to believe someone would say that to you. if you had a firearm, you wouldn't be able to use it. that's so presumptuous. >> thanks for coming on this
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national auto expert mike there to bring us all the exciting news on the vehicles of tomorrow today. good morning, mike. >> good morning, guys. you are right. it is the super bowl, tucker, and we are taking you behind the scenes, of course, here in detroit, more than 50 vehicles are going to be debuted over the next two days, but i got just a quick look over my shoulder, so much stuff happening in here right now. a lot of news here at the show. i want to get right to it. first vehicle out of the box, the chevy cruz hatchback new sporty, new design, rear spoiler on the rear. the interior of the cruz hatch extends to 47.2 cubic feet. of course that wonderful technology like apple car play and android auto. ford always making big news here in detroit as well. kick things off, the all new 2016 ford escape, new engine, two options, eco boost, lot of key features in that vehicle that consumers will look for in
the vehicle like the sync connect 3 system. i want to hit you with this right now. ford, big news later this week, we heard it might be a new sedan, new vehicle they will be launching at the show. we will have to wait to bring you that tomorrow. also big news for them. genesis, the g 90 the new flagship for genesis, genesis is hyundai's premium scale brand. a new technology called genesis smart sense detects pedestrians when crossing in front of the vehicle and will automatically stop the vehicle. of course, me being a big fan of music, 17 speakers inside this vehicle. not four, not eight, 17 speakers for the incredible sound. kia making news here as well with the new kia sportage showcasing here at the show. interesting fact the compact suv segment is the single largest growing segment in the auto industry right now up 11% over last year. newest styling on that vehicle. another interesting piece of
news we will bring you later in the week, they will be launching a new vehicle here, a launch suv, one of their first into the marketplace. interesting technology from them. designed in california and they designed the interior with 3d technology. first ever done for kia. unique for them. lots of news here in detroit. we will be bringing it to you over the next few days. i want to get to one last big piece of news, that's the car of the year. very, very important for the auto industry. couple different vehicles i want to highlight. the mazda mx 5, the chevy malibu and honda civic. those are the three vehicles. i think the civic will be the winner. the north utility truck vehicle, the honda pilot, and the volvo xc 90. i got my money on the xc 90. those will be announced at 6:45 in the morning tomorrow. we are tossing it back to you in new york. >> nice job, mike. >> mike, thanks a lot. >> i don't know how you keep the car names, the gx 1573, the t
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>> everybody is talking about it around the water cooler at work. >> they all bought tickets. janice didn't win, unfortunately. otherwise she wouldn't be here today. yeah. >> e-mail us friends at foxnews.com or facebook and twitter, are you playing let us know and if you are, what would you do with the money if you won. we want to bring in presidential candidate dr. ben carson who is joining us. you didn't play the power ball, did you? >> you're not likely to see me wasting my money. >> that is the spirit. that's why i've always been a ben carson fan. >> we had this tragic attack in philadelphia two days ago where a man who says he acted in the name of islam shot a police officer, discharged 13 shots, see him right there, dressed like a 7th century saudi firing on the police officer and without has not yet responded to this at all. seems like an obvious act of terrorism. they haven't acknowledged it, pp why i wonder? >> you know, it doesn't fit
their narrative and they want people to believe whatever they say. i think the american people are probably a lot smarter than that. they realize this is a problem. they realize that there are many other radicalized people here and we haven't done anything to stem the tide, particularly at our southern border. it's almost like they don't care. >> i mean withoenmean, the whit it's a communication problem and they should have been more open about how isis is contained and what their strategy is. do they have a strategy? >> i don't know that they have a logical strategy. you know, i don't think there's very many of our problems that can't be solved with a little bit of common sense. take the ego and the politics out of it and we're golden. and these refugee problems, these can easily be solved. when i was over there recently and talked to the syrians, i asked them what do they want. they want to be settled in their own country. they want to be supported in the refugee camps. they don't want to come over
here. that's ridiculous. we have a perfect situation over there in northeast syria, the province the size of lebanons controlled by the kurds and christians and sunnis, their infrastructure there, you can resettle them and provide protection from them and don't have to go through this. why do we always come up with these false choices. >> dr. carson r you saying that if we offered visas to syrian refugees in georgia tens of thousands wouldn't move here tomorrow? >> i asked them, what is their preference? their preference is to be resettled in their own country. and even if it wasn't their preference, that's the thing that makes sense. >> the president this week at the state of the union address has invited a syrian refugee to the state of the union address. he's also going to have apparently one empty seat left open to honor the memory of victims of gun violence. what do you make of first of all the syrian refugee coming to the
state of the union address and the empty seat? >> look, if -- you know, i believe in thedy roosevelt philosophy, he said we're a land of immigrants, anybody from any country and religion is welcome in america as long as they want to be americans, as long as they accept our values and principles and our laws and if they don't want to do that, they should stay where they are. that's what i believe also. so it doesn't matter where they're from, whether they're from syria or any place else. if they accept our values, our laws, our principles, not a particular problem. >> let's talk iowa now, three weeks away. how is your ground game there? how is it going? >> we've been incredibly, you know, encouraged, thrilled. standing room only, overflow crowds having to do double events, people waiting out in the rain for hours so they could get in.
it's fabulous. and a lot of people are telling me they are changing their mind, they're moving in our direction because they say when we get to hear you and talk to you in person, you're so much different than what the media portrays you as. and, you know, the media, the mainstream media, you know, tries to write my obituary every week, doing that for over a year. it's not working. >> how do you think the media portray you? >> they try to say, you know, he doesn't know anything, you know, he has crazy ideals, he's a liar. all these ridiculous things. and it's very easy to rebut all of those things, quite frankly. i actually think that american people are catching on. and they're recognizing that there are those out there who are simply trying to manipulate them but that manipulation is what has brought us to the point where we are now. we can get out of this. again, i emphasize, all of our solutions to solve our problems are common sense.
and we don't seem to see much of that coming out of washington these days. we see hatred and we see politics as usual. you know, i will never be a politician, but i will continue to work extremely hard to heal our land. >> brought in more fourth quarter donations than any other candidate. dr. carson, thank you. >> always a pleasure. thank you. coming up on the program we turn to a fox news alert, caught in a hail of bullets on the job. now the suspect who shot a philadelphia cop in the name of islam being charged with attempted murder. 30-year-old edward archer denied bail after firing at least 11 shots into officer jesse hartnett's patrol car execution style. this as authorities look into anner's background and the multiple week-long trips he took to the middle east. archer's family insisting he has no ties to terror despite confessing his allegiance to isis. officer hartnett who was hit three times was able to fire back at archer injuring him.
he's in stable but critical condition. actor sean penn investigated for his interaction with the most wanted drug lord three months ago. el chapo guzman had a secret interview with penn for "rolling stone" magazine in the jungle hideout in october. however, penn didn't want to turn el chapo in to risk his trust. authorities say el chapo later attempted to contact producers about making a biopic of his life similar to the netflix series "narco" that led authorities to arrest him during a gun fight in mexico yesterday. he has been extradited for the united states for prosecution. and the u.s. leads a show of force by flying a b-52 bomber over south korea. this just days after north korea claimed to have carry out a hydrogen bomb test. the powerful long-range strategic heavy bomber joined by a south korean f-15 and american f-16 fighter during the low-level flight. the last time this kind of flight happened was back in 2013
if you remember, one month after north korea's last nuclear attack. wild card weekend under way in the nfl. the bengals and steelers matchup went down to the final seconds. >> for the kick, in all likelihood would win if he makes it. the kick is drilled. the steelers are back ahead at 18-16. >> the steelers surviving a fourth quarter bengals surge, sealing the deal 18-16. they will play the broncos next sunday. and the kansas city chiefs blowing out the houston texans from the very beginning. running back opening kickoff back for a touchdown. chiefs dominate 30-0 for their first playoff win since 1994. vikings/seahawks could be one of the coldest games on record. we'll check on that in a moment. other extreme weather, including an ef-2 tornado destroying parts of florida overnight. multiple homes damaged, winds 100 miles an hour downing trees and power lines. nearly 10,000 were left in the dark. nos reports of injuries or
death. which is amazing. thank heavens. janice is here to tell us what is going on. >> good morning. we have a lot of rain happening across the northeast and part of that frontal system is what gave us that tornado report in parts of central florida. let's take a look at it. florida has cleared out in terms of bad weather, but across the mid-atlantic and the northeast, new england, that's where we're seeing heavy rain outside here. we're getting buckets of rain. we could get easily a couple inches of rain along the coast today and behind this, very cold air. so snow in the forecast across the great lakes, michigan could get upwards of 8 inches and downwind of the great lakes where we could hit the jackpot over a foot of snow by tuesday. the highs today along the coast we actually could set records. record highs and then behinds the front, that's where we're getting the record setting cold. look at some of the highs we could break in burlington. the forecast 50, the record was 47. same for albany. we could shatter a record there. philadelphia, flirting with a record. new york city, 58 is the high.
60 is the record. so incredible heat. now, contrast that with the incredible cold that we're feeling across the upper midwest and the northern plains with windchills in the minus 20 to minus 36 range and that's why this could be the coldest game on record for minnesota, the vikings and seattle today at 1:00. the game time temperature i think is minus 5 with a windchill in the minus 20s. >> unbelievable. >> crazy. >> injuries because of that. >> they have never canceled a game because of cold weather in the nfl. >> freezer bowl, described hitting and felt like their bones were shattering in the '80s. >> i would be watching with a snuggie and slippers on. >> the guys don't even have under armour under their jersey. driver nearly washed away in a flash flood. the dramatic details straight ahead. donald trump takes another shot at ted cruz's citizenship as the two the battle for the lead in iowa.
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rabbit trails and engage in circus side shows. i don't think the american people are interested in that. >> donald trump intensifying his criticism over senator ted cruz warning voters that his canadian birth raises questions about his eligibility. here to react host of "fox news sunday" chris wallace, how is this resonating? are voters paying attention to this? >> well, we don't know for sure. i don't think there's been a specific poll on that. first of all i have to say i love the way donald trump is handling this. i'm not trying to make trouble for ted cruz, i'm just trying to help him. this is a perfect definition of trolling. i will say this, you know, often times the best way to find out how something is resonating or whatever problem it is is to see not what candidates are saying but what they're doing and over the weekend, ted cruz felt the feed need, his campaign did, the birth certificate of his mother she was born in delaware and therefore she was a u.s. citizen. i don't think they would be
doing that if they didn't think this might be resonating what. >> is donald trump doing this because ted cruz is ahead of him in iowa polls? >> sure. you know, at this point the two of them are far ahead of the field and it's a kind of gentle way, as opposed to some of the not so gentle ways of taking on other rivals over the course of the campaign to say look, i'm just trying to help my -- he would have a big problem if he becomes the nominee, the democrats will launch a lawsuit, so, you know, i just want him to clear this up. go to the judge and get a declaratory judgment that he's, in fact, a natural born citizen. i mean it is a -- it's quite a clever and almost humorous way to deal with an issue. while the vast majority of legal scholars think it's pretty clear because he was born to an american woman, even if born in canada, he's a natural born citizen, everybody agrees it's not settled law. the supreme court has never ruled on it. just enough doubt out there to
keep it alive. >> this is one of the most amazing surveys in the last year. 19% of democrats are ready to defect trump and leave hillary. even if that's only sort of true republicans have been talking about the need to expand the number of republicans to increase the appeal. here's a candidate with the promise of doing that to a greater extent than any other republican in my memory and republican leaders in d.c. hate donald trump more than ever, why? >> well, because they think that -- and that's certainly true, that he would attract -- what you might call, we're old enough to remember tucker, the reagan democrats, the kind of socially conservative republican -- democrats, a lot of them blue collar workers, you know, in the sbushs of places like detroit and ohio, who are democrats, registered as democrats but pretty conservative and might prefer trump to clinton. on the other hand i suspect there are a lot of republicans,
particularly well-to-do moderate suburban republican women who might defect from trump to go to clinton. so i think there's a concern -- look, in the end what the republicans mostly care about is themselves. a concern if he runs, that he's not only may get beat but may hurt a lot of other republicans running in the senate and house and in state legislatures. they worry about the affect it will have done ticket. >> you have a pretty big show coming up on "fox news sunday" including the person we've been talking about the last five minutes, donald trump will be on shows and other guests on your show. what will you talk to trump about? >> i think you've talked about a couple of the big issues. we're certainly going to talk about the birther controversy and talk to him about his attack on bill and hillary clinton going there as they say, in terms of discussing the role that both he and she played in personal scandals, and we'll also talk about a lot of the top issues of the day and also this
question of whether if he runs in a general election, he's got to change his tune. it will be very interesting. also, of course, the president's state of the union address coming up. we'll talk with the white house chief of staff dennis mcdonough about executive actions, about el chapo, all kinds of things to discuss with him as well. >> chris wallace from washington, thanks a lot. >> check your local listings for "fok news sunday." a teenage girl haled a hero father trapped under a truck and she picked it up with her bare hands. this happened. dad and daughter join us next. and sorry, bill, bernie sanders no longer playing mr. nice guy. he's taking a page out of donald trump's playbook. ♪ i'll stand my ground
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quick political headlines. first up bernie sanders taking a shot at bill clinton's past acknowledging the obvious. during a town hall q&a in iowa, sanders called the former president's affair with monica lewinsky, quote, totally disgraceful and unacceptable. president clinton has been in iowa campaigning for his wife running for president. a man's dying wish, vote for trump. 65-year-old earnest overby died. in his owe bit he told friends and family to vote for the frontrunner rather than send flowers. his wife said he was an avid fox news viewer and admired trump's family values and christian beliefs. 24 minutes after the hour. like a scene straight out of a movie. working on his truck in the garage when something unexpected
happened. >> the jack flipped and fell down, pinned me kind of across here on my shoulder. instantaneous, really loud explosion that seemed to spread fire through the garage pretty fast. i thought they would be pulling out a dead body later in the evening. >> but just when eric thought he may not make it out alive, his 19-year-old daughter comes running to the rescue lifting the car up saving mo more than his father's life. they join us now. good morning, thanks for being with us on "fox & friends." >> good morning. >> eric, tell me what's going through your mind when you get pinned underneath the truck? >> well, i felt, to be honest, i was mostly embarrassed at the way i felt i was probably going to lose my life that day. and then worried about the prospects of the family finding me later there dead. just kind of a sense of what have i gotten myself into this
time. >> charlotte, where were you, what did you hear and what did you come to? >> surprisingly, i didn't really hear anything to begin with. i guess he was in the garage for about ten minutes before i really just stumbled upon him. there was no -- i kind of came into the garage, the garage was on fire and from then i snapped into the whatever super mode i had at that point and kind of did what i had to do. >> yeah. the adrenaline kicks in. you had super strength. you're like sheer ra or some type of superhero. dad, did you have to coach her through it? as she lifts the car off of you? >> it's pretty fuzzy for me. the one thing i remember is the first time that she tried to move the car, i felt the weight shift a bit. and that's the point at which i think i pretty much was out of it. so much smoke, neck thing i remember, when i was regaining my bearingings after she got me out of the garage. >> i understand you're a pole
vaulter at virginia high school, earned a spot at the air force academy. congratulations on that. what do you attribute your finding inner strength both mentally and physically in that dire moment? >> to be honest, i guess when i start to get stressed out or anything like that, ever since i was little, my dad would joke around and goes, if you ever get stressed think about that yoga phrase, right. but we're a huge seattle seahawks fan and i changed that and now i start to say, russell, because he's so come in every situation and i channel that and really just -- i didn't know what i had to do. i kind of knew what i was supposed to do. >> wow. you know what you want to do when you grow up? >> definitely any type of public service, you know, maybe now i can do fire and rescue, we'll see. >> i understand that you actually got an award from the fire department. tell me about that? >> it was a life-saving award
and i personally don't think that i -- that i deserve it, but it was really great. congressman mirran was there, and he's always been so kind and humble towards me and they presented me with a life-saving award and they almost made me believe that i deserved it, but i still don't think that i do. >> we think you're a hero. that's why we brought you on the program. dad, do you think she deserves it? >> i think she does and much more. she's a pretty remarkable kid, but even this kind of surprised us with just her consistent calm thinking, thinking with her head, not the ways most people would react. >> what strength. can we see your bicep? >> i have none. >> oh, you're still recovering a bit, aren't you? >> yeah. >> real quickly, how are you doing as you're on the mend? >> i'm good. >> good. happy to hear it. >> eric and charlie, thank you for your time and congratulations on that award too. we think you deserve it.
>> thank you. 28 minutes after the hour. here's what's coming up on "fox & friends" weekend. it's the true crime series that has viewers tweeting with authority to let a convicted murderer out of jail. making a murderer is raising doubt about steven avery's guilt. why wasn't a jury convinced in the first place. sean penn somehow gets a secret meeting with a mass murdering drug kingpin. could he face charges too? what's next for el chapo. i've smoked a lot and quit a lot, but ended up nowhere. now i use this. the nicoderm cq patch, with unique extended release technology, helps prevent the urge to smoke all day. i want this time to be my last time. that's why i choose nicoderm cq.
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♪ ♪ ♪ secret agent man he escaped from prison twice, but he's been caught we told you that yesterday el chapo guzman and guess who scored the first interview. the interview actually happened while el chapo was still on the run and it was with high-profile hollywood actor sean penn. >> why was he captured? he may have been captured because he had been reaching out to actors and producers to make a movie about his life. so all these secret e-mails, trying to set up burner phones using blackberries that aren't traceable and t connect with these different actors and producers to make a movie about himself but now could these actors and producers be in
trouble with the law? we have judge alex here joining us on the couch to talk about it. nice to see you. >> great to be here. >> we have tons of e-mails from our viewers that think that sean penn should be in trouble, not alerting authorities, but going there and meeting with him. what do you make of this? >> typically no. it's not a good idea, but -- and i wish that actors would sooner or later realize that they're actors. they pretend to be people in movies for entertainment. they're not saving north korea and they're not, you know -- >> not real? >> political advisors to the world. yeah, unless you're assisting somebody in hiding, aiding and abetting somebody being a fugitive, giving them shelter or lying about where they are, then you could become criminally charged. >> wait. just to be clear, i actually don't think sean penn should be prosecuted. he should be reviled. >> many ways he already is. >> by me. if those are the criteria, he may meet them so he says in this piece for "rolling stone" he
took active steps to keep the location of el chapo secret using burner phones and not using real names. he submitted the piece to el chapo to verify to get approval and make sure he wasn't revealing his location. >> that's not different from what journalists do. >> it's very different. >> not really when you think about the journalists who have gone to meet with, you know, bin laden and stuff and get interviews. >> but they don't give bin laden a piece before, to say is this okay with you? >> that's an ethical standard. that doesn't make it criminal. that's an ethical standard thing. they will say if we do this nobody will believe the piece we wrote is a fair journalistic piece. but it doesn't make what sean penn did criminal. he didn't want to be traced because he's afraid it's going to lead to him. okay. he's not helping the guy actively hide and give him shelter. he doesn't want to be traced when he goes there. i still think it's a bad idea. i don't think that much of sean penn to begin with because he meets with like cuban dictators and people like that are reviled around the world.
>> but he writes in the piece he knew he was being watched. >> sure. >> yeah. >> sean penn meeting with him may have brought el chapo back to justice again for the next time. laws ta let's talk about the documentary "making a murderer" follows in the same methodology like the serial podcasts over multiple episodes. >> very entertaining. >> we though that steven avery, locked up a second time, wrongly convicted the first time 18 years in prison, after dna then exonerated him, wrapped up in the next murder conviction, now he has new counsel he has just hired. part of this midwest innocence project, which has gotten a lot of people out of prison, what do you make of that? is that going to help him? >> it may. i mean i don't know. one thing i would caution is, you don't -- documentaries are great for entertainment, but to put a lot of weight on it in saying this is a fair and balanced examination of all the evidence, that's crazy because the producers and directors are
looking for ratings. if things are going to be left out of the documentary and things were left out of the documentary that would make it look different, and things are included in jumbled pieces to make it look a certain way. so it's like saying, i will take the fahrenheit 911 documentary and assume that's a fair and balanced, to use the term, review of the bush administration. it's not. it raises some very serious questions and may have been total police misconduct and a god reason for the fbi and doepts of justice to come in, like they did in ferguson, for much less reasons, to come in and investigate and find out whether or not there was really police misconduct or is this a lot of these things were presented to the jury and the jury factually rejected a lot of things thrown into this documentary. it does raise issues, however, making, you know, getting somebody out of jail based on a documentary is the absolute wrong way to go. the way it's supposed to work, the courts review, the appellate court review the trial court.
there will be courts, no question, especially in rural areas, courts that are biased, places where sheriffs go fishing with judges those you have to worry about. appellate courts more removed. supreme courts are much more removed. all those courts pass on these sufficiency of the conviction. then the federal courts under hey habeas rit and the fbi. there are other methods to make sure a conviction is legitimate, not a documentary. >> their argument there's a lot of doubt around this. >> there may be. how does this key magically appear in his house, wasn't there a few moments ago, the sheriff's department shows up and a key to the car that shows up. the first conviction all the doubt. >> the blood vile with the indication that the syringe went into it which a lab would never do. there are serious questions that should be investigated. what i'm saying is those investigations need to be conducted by proper channels, not this documentary makes it look like he's innocent and let's release this guy.
>> should we get sean penn on this. >> he's a little busy right now trying to save the world. >> we should mention the special on "making a murderer" will be re-aired tonight. what time? air at 8:00 p.m. on the fox news channel. >> this is important. so many people are watching this and they're seeing just the one side that the documentarians are putting out will and missing the extra evidence the former prosecution has come forward and said you miss this, missed this, you will see all of that on the judge's program tonight. watch that. >> thank judge alex for breaking it down for us. >> where sheriffs fish for judges. >> sadly so. >> that's bad. >> thanks, judge. here's what else is making headlines at 39 minutes after the hour. the search for a killer after an american is murdered abroad. ashley olsen, a 35-year-old artist and socialite from florida was found strangled to death in her florence, italy apartment. her boyfriend said he called police after not hearing from olsen for days. he said the two had gotten into
a fight before her murder. police have taken olsen's boyfriend and frens in for questioning and there are no suspects. the affluenza teen's mom didn't want to leave for mexico empty handed according to her arrest warrant. tonya couch cleaned out $30,000 from her bank account and told her husband she would never see him again. back in courtroom tomorrow discusses her $1 million bail. ethan couch remains in custody in mexico waiting on deportation charging. drivers quick thinking quite possibly saved his life. look at this incredible video. a terrifying flash flood rushes over a san diego highway before the driver's eyes. he quickly guns the car into reverse and just barely avoiding the surging floodwaters. the city has had torrential downpours all week long. the driver was not hurt. and one british actor used the dark side of the force and fooled the entire internet. >> you must face them.
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this week and it will eventually push across the northeast. of course we're going to talk about the cold weather game later on today. i hear they're going to be wearing warm undies on the field? >> special underwear. the heaters on the side of the bench. my fantastic wife said i made a pot roast in the crock pot. >> nice. >> sit back and watch football. >> with your warm underwear. >> unbelievable. want to come over. >> thank you, janice. >> too much information. >> who wants to be a billionaire? now is your chance. no one has hit the powerball jackpot. you're not going to win but we'll bring you the live report anyway next. >> hey. maybe you will. >> doesn't like fads and trends. a big change could be coming to every iphone. and you're either going to love it or hate it. we're going to tell you what it is coming up. ♪ when i went on to ancestry, i just put in the name of my parents and my grandparents. and as soon as i did that, literally it was like you're getting 7,
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build as this is the largest jackpot in u.s. history and again, that next drawing will be on wednesday night. >> jennifer, did you -- would you take the lump sum payout or over 29 years? >> good question. [ inaudible ] i think the lump sum. i think that's the best way to go. >> go big or go home. >> the lottery sounds awesome. we should start our own. we would be thrown in prison for that. only the government has the monopoly on gambling. just noting it. sounds so great the government is promoting it. we should do it. start our own lottery here. >> certain celebrities have causes, this is tucker's. back to the news, fox news alert. major airport being evacuated after explosive powder found inside the luggage. breaking details top of the hour. and lose weight by eating fast food. can you believe it? it's true. choose carefully. we will show you how coming up. ♪ if you're running a business,
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burrito. >> it's a great burrito, steak, vegetables, you can put guacamole, sour cream on it. what's wonderful they have the right combination to stay a fat burning machine. what you might want to do is eat half of the wrap. you don't need all this wrap with the carbohydrates. everything in it is fine. the only thing is if you put the wrong thing like rice or beans which you should stay away from. >> the guacamole or cheese and sour cream. >> sour cream is great but you don't want too much, it gives you fat and sustainable energy. the thing on fat is a big myth. good fats and transfats. stay away from the transfats. they want you to believe sour cream is not good and it is. >> wendy's quite a few times and never seen anything like this before what is this? >> their asian chicken salad. a wonderful combination of vegetables and chicken and even here they will tell you cashews aren't good for you and cashews will keep you a fat burning machine. sprinkle them on and enjoy it.
maybe only use half the dressings. >> mcdonald's suffering, people not going there, now they're coming out with healthy options. >> look at how good this arty shan chicken is, chicken, vegetables, mayonnaise for flavor. maybe don't eat the top bun. just eat half of it. it's a wonderful choice. >> i like this. i like all of these. >> next up subway. >> the turkey sandwich. i did the iron man this year, the who full race, i fueled myself with subway turkey sandwiches. the right combination of protein, of carbs, vegetables. i watched them make it which i really like. i like to see them put the turkey and mustard on. >> sandwich artist. how about starbucks? >> this is star ducks bux. their roasted vegetable panini. a wonderful choice but i think they put too much wrap on it. let's wrip some of trip some of. rip the wrap. >> because the good stuff is good but the wrap is too much. >> oh, yeah.
>> were you the only triathlete fueling yourself on subway is this. >> i don't know but i can tell you i ate a ton before the race and at the halfway i ate another one. >> was it a promotional deal? >> i did it because it was the perfect combination. >> i'm impressed. >> i did a half namarathon that way. >> the secret of athletes. >> dunkin' donuts at the end. >> i love what dunkin' donuts has done. kudos. they have a perfect egg white sandwich. what i do i put two there because i ordered two sandwiches, put the two eggs on top of each other but only one of the bread. that keeps me a fat burning machine. if you put two breads you go into fat storing mode. we don't want to do that. the myth is fast food doesn't have the right combination of foods. now they do we just have to be careful. >> it's the bread that's the danger. >> the bread that's the danger. >> great to see you this morning. congratulations finish the iron man. >> that's huge. >> coming up on the show, the benghazi movie called "their
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hey friends. good morning. today is sunday, the 10th of january. this is a fox news alert. a major airport being evacuated right now after explosive powder is found inside luggage. we have the breaking details. when you thought the manhunt for el chapo couldn't get weirder it did. liberal actor sean penn got a secret meeting with the drug king pin. how do you pull that off when authorities couldn't find el chapo for months. details on the bizarre story. who wants to be a billionaire? powerball making lottery history after no one won the big prize last night. so what to do -- what would you do with that money? your responses are pouring in this morning. "fox & friends" hour four starts right now.
♪ you got to keep your head up ♪ let your hair down >> sorry to disappoint you. after waking up this morning checking the lottery numbers, the first thing you did before you put on pants this morning, well you didn't win. because no one won. but good news, good news, america, you get a chance to win again. because on wednesday will be the next drawing, $1.3 billion. >> if you want to make it rain i want to make it rain too, got out 30 bucks, should i buy 15 tickets, $2 apiece. >> taking in my whole 401(k) going to put it towards the lottery. >> two questions -- >> great advice. >> if you could press the button and let one of your kids win powerball or your best friends or parents. no, it would destroy their lives. what would happen if all americans quit gambling and smoking. every state in america would go bankrupt. that's where the money comes from. >> i wouldn't mind one of my
friends won powerball. i would borrow the money. >> he would wind up on "where are they now" on e. he would be living in his car. that's what happens when you win powerball. >> going to live the dream, buy a boat, cruise the world, give their kids a better life than they ever expected and not have to work. >> goes missing after he wins the powerball, you can't find him. how many inherited people do you know are happy. >> zero. >> i call sean penn to find him. that's the guy you want. when you can't find a guy -- >> that's a good point. >> call sean penn who managed to find el chapo. of course we know he was caught yesterday, right, we reported that here on the show after he escaped from the prison using the mile-long tunnel with a motor bike that was attached to it. well, sean penn had been secretly meeting with him over the past few months since october. they were getting together. he was going to a secret jungle retreat where el chapo was hold up with armed guards. because, why?
el chapo wanted a movie made about him. >> wanted a movie made about him. apparently a soap opera actress in mexico tweeted something out sympathizing with him. they get together. and bring along sean penn, a friend of hers, and they realize a movie is not the best option, a magazine is the best option. "rolling stone" is who has this story. the interview was done in october while el chapo was still on the run and it may have been el chapo's inflated ego that actually brought him down. >> sure. i mean the perfect venue. a crepy anti-american murderer who wants to tell his story without being challenged that's the magazine for you. sean penn, who by the way, i give credit for boldness for trekking into the jungle to meet with el chapo, that's brave, but he gave the piece to el chapo for his sign off before it ran in "rolling stone." that's not journalism. that's what press agents do. a fan boy. >> that was the condition under which he would do the interview. write this interview but i have to approve it before you submit it. >> not only that, he got all the
questions prescreened also and not allowed to ask any follow-up. as lot of answers are super short. >> the question this morningrs is he criminally responsible in any capacity for going there, keeping it quiet, you know, having this communication back with the aiding and abetting of criminals. judge was on our show earlier and he said this about it. >> when you think about the journalists who have gone to meet with, you know, bin laden, that's an ethical standard. that doesn't make it criminal, but that's an ethical standard thing they will say if we do this, then nobody will believe that piece we wrote is really a fair journalistic piece. but it doesn't make what sean penn did criminal. he didn't want to be traced because he's afraid to lead to him. okay. he's not helping the guy actively hide and giving him shelter. he doesn't want to be traced when he goes there. i still think it's the a bad idea. i don't think i don't think that much of sean penn to begin with because he meets with like cuban dictators and people like that
reviled around the world. the problem with the piece, sean penn piece has a lecture about how el chapo only exists because of our drug addiction, our fault. just to be totally clear, el chapo is anti-american, he hates this country and sends in heroin it that our children die from. he is a creepy foreigner that dislikes us. his fault, not ours. >> sean penn says that about american politics. donald trump's name came up during the interview with el chapo. >> mi amigo. threatened to kill donald trump when trump criticized him on twitter a couple months ago. >> put out a bounty on him. i don't know how much it was. >> donald trump responded to el chapo's being captured last night, like, i like that because i heard he didn't like me. >> so if -- >> opinion polling on the syrian refugee question, whether the u.s. government, at taxpayer expense, ought to import tens of thousands from the battlefield here and put them on welfare, most americans are not for this, but the president is for it and he's going to get in your face
on the night of the state of the union address and seated next to him not an american hero or firefighter, but a syrian refugee. that's what you get on the state of the union night. >> see what's happening in germany with the sexual assaults and the numbers keep going up and up, many say because the authorities were trying to keep the numbers down, and the media was helping them do it. now, angela merkel is coming under fire by her residents who initially praised her for opening up their borders and doing a great humanitarian thing and now the women there are being sexually assaulted. >> one of the -- >> they don't know what the culture is like. not used to seeing women in mini skirts you brought up yesterday. >> of course. >> one of the big debates, gun violence, cnn town hall where the president was asked a lot of questions. during a state of the union the president is going to have one empty seat left open for the victims of gun violence. syrian refugee in one empty seat for the victims of gun violence. >> you saw the other night, cnn
had this phony town hall meeting with the president and -- on guns and one of the questioners, a woman called kimberly corban, unfortunately a rape survivor, asked him a simple question, why should i give up my gun and be less safe. the president had a telling response. here's the exchange. watch this. >> i have been unspeakably victimized once already and i refuse to let that happen again to myself or my kids. so why can't your administration see that these restrictions that you're putting make it harder for me to own a gun or harder for me to take that where i need to be is making my kids and i less safe? >> there's nothing that we've proposed that would make it harder for you to purchase a firearm. >> i felt that the exchange at the time was respectful but the more i started thinking about it, i didn't get my question answered and quite honestly, yes, i feel a little bit degraded by the fact that the president has no idea what kind of training i've been through, has no idea the scenarios i've gone through in my head as a
reaction to not just what is scenarios but be only memories i have of an actual assault that happened to me. >> referring to the president's response where he said basically honey, you need a lot of training to handle one of these big, dangerous guns, and i'm not sure we can trust you with one, you're a girl after all. if this is a republican lecturing a woman how she's not qualified to handle something as dangerous as a gun he would be attacked by every feminist in america. >> he would be called sexist. >> on any other issue other than guns. >> want an abortion, i don't know if you understand what that is about. people would freak out. the president lecturing the woman on how she doesn't have training on a gun. >> your response on the president's response and what he plans to do with the state of the union address with the empty seat. other stories, of course, we're going to begin with the headlines with this fox alert, part of the airport in sweden evacuated after they found explosive powder in a passenger's bag.
authorities at the main airport in stockholm say the bag belonged to an elderly lady who is cooperating with authorities. the airport reopened the terminal moments ago. they haven't said what the powder turned out to be. and the suspect who shot a philadelphia cop in the name of islam being charged with attempted murder. 30-year-old edward archer denied bail after firing at least 11 shots into officer jesse hartnett's patrol car execution style. as authorities look into archer's background in the multiple week-long trips he took to the middle east. archer's family insists he has no terror ties despite confessing his allegiance to isis to detectives. officer hartnett hit three times, was able to fire back at archer, injuring him. officer hartnett is in stable but critical condition at last check. a live report from philadelphia in about 30 minutes on that. and a construction worker saved after being trapped in a 14-foot deep hole for nearly two hours. officials say the worker was helping repair a sewer line in
philadelphia's old city. dirt and boulders caved in trapping him. the man was taken to the hospital for evaluation but conscious and talking to firefighters during the rescue. and from the walls of a brothel to the nevada state senate, dennis hoff, the owner of the bunny ranch brothel where lamar odom was found unconscious has his candidacy for the state senate seat. he says he will run as a libertarian, not his first brush with politics either. hofr launched an explore committee in july where he hoped to unseat senator harry reid. those are your headlines. all right. we have extreme weather an ef-2 tornado destroyed parts of florida overnight. multiple homes damaged, winds over 100 miles per hour. downing trees and power lines. nearly 10,000 homes were left in the dark. no reports of injuries or deaths. a lot going on. janice dean has been following all of it and joins us now. >> let's take a look at the storms that went through florida. that's because of a trailing cold front.
the main parent storm is across the great lakes and the northeast. you can see it on the radar here. heavy rainfall over parts of the northeast and some cases, couple of inches of rain and then maybe upwards of a foot of snow on the cold side of this storm. but you know what, ahead of it, we could set some records, record highs, 58, that will be close to a record high 60 was the record set back a few years ago in new york city. but 55 in boston, that would be a record. now behind this, very cold air, how cold? well in some cases, we're going to see windchills or feel windchills minus 20 to minus 30 degrees. so big game, kickoff, 12:05 central for the seahawks and the minnesota vikings in minnesota and looks like the kickoff will be noon, minus 3. that would be a record-setting temperature for a home game for the vikings with windchills minus 20, minus 30 degrees. so oh, my gosh, can you imagine if you were at that game. >> love it. >> unbelievable. >> i love watching it on the
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advance to a healthier stronger, cleaner mouth from day 1. great check up. my sister was right. celebrations put on hold yesterday after the powerball jackpot failed to produce a winner and the next draw is surging to a record-shattering $1.3 billion. just how does all that money affect our economy. hear to weigh in from fox
business maria bartiromo host of "sunday morning futures." >> hello there. >> did you buy a it ticket? >> i did. although i've within bbeen buyi last couple days. >> on the economic question, now it's pushed off until wednesday, $1.3 billion. see lines out the doors at the little convenience stores all over the country. what will this do to the economy? >> i think there is an economic benefit. i mean, 25% of the revenue goes to state coffers so that money is going to be spent by the state on schools, education, and infrastructure. you have to believe that there's some impact. >> it really ends up in the right place? >> having said that -- well, yeah, it's going to state coffers. but it would be much better if that money, instead of people buying a $2 ticket or spending money on this that they'll probably lose, they spend it in stores to buy stuff. consumer spending is two-thirds of economic activity.
>> i don't think people understand the degree to which governments are dependent on our weaknesses and exploiting them. if every american quit smoking and playing lotto state governments all would two under. they need the money no rich people smoke or play lotto. >> but the lottery do play on lower income people that have hopes and dreams they will win the lottery and their lives will change. >> they don't really care about you which is why they're preying on you. >> i don't know whether they care or not. the truth is 25% of the revenue is going to state coffers. if you're looking for an economic benefit there is some there. i think you make a fair point. >> the only one that thinks i make a fair point. hate mail, you're so mean. >> stacy wrote on facebook take the first 30 million for myself. never spend all of it. put the rest in a trust for our veterans. >> ryan says i would start a business and create jobs. that would be an economic shot in the arm. >> if he wins which would be --
>> how do the lotto winners do, what percentage wind up living in their cars drinking fortified wine? >> i don't know the answer. but the odds are against most people. let's face it. >> who's on the program today? >> we will talk to donald trump. >> oh, yeah. >> trump on live. talk with him about what's going on in the economy and the markets. how about the beginning of this year, you guys. >> crazy. >> a lot of people need a lot lottery at this point given the fact we've had the worst beginning of the year, of any year, when it comes to the stock market. >> yet the jobs report was good. >> we are seeing improvement in the jobs, that's true, and for the last couple months pretty consistent but it's just not where you would like to see the recovery be at this point in the cycle. >> are you worried about the market? >> i am worried. here's the catalyst this upcoming week fourth quarter earnings beginning and the banks are reporting next week, alcoa, a mining company, look, we know what to expect from the mining companies. that's where the bloodshed has been, okay, because you've got
oil down 50% from the highs. iron, ore, steel, copper, the industrial metals used to build houses and cars are in the dumpsters. the economy, exports plummeting, not as strong as a lot expected. we'll talk with donald trump about that. ambassador ryan crocker, former ambassador to syria, iraq, afghanistan, his take on what's happening between the saudis and iranians and what the u.s. should do about it. >> the show begins in about 40 minutes. >> every week worth watching. >> thank you. >> on the fox news channel. great to see you. >> good luck on the lottery. >> we're playing. >> i'm going to buy 15 tickets when i leave here. talk about a feat of strength. a teenager saves her father out from under a pick-up truck with her bare hands. hear from her and her father straight ahead. he's been snubbed by the oscars for his entire career. so was leonardo dicaprio bizarre role wrestling with a bear. >> real bear too?
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beans at home, drink low-fat milk and drink from a white cup for optimum taste. clayton? >> agree with that. could the new movie "the resident" be leo's ticket to an oscar, generating buzz, has hit theaters nationwide this weekend. >> here with the review is fox news contributor kevin mccarthy. good morning. great to have you and clayton is reading the book right now. >> halfway through it. >> saw a prescreening this week. incredible but very, very violent. probably not the best movie for kids i would say. >> exactly. brutal film and a film that i think will win leo his first academy award for best actor. this film by alejandro gonzalez who did a film called "bird man." but more importantly shot by emanuel, who won back-to-back oscars for gravity and bird man. all natural lighting. one of the most intense experiences in a movie theater.
dicaprio is brilliant. 4.5 out of 5. only problem is that it drags slightly in the first half but i did speak to dicaprio about the role and how they shot the film. he had to eat actual raw bison liver when shooting a sequence in the film and i asked him about that on authenticity and what that brought to the scene. check this out. >> you put yourself in those circumstances, pain is temporary, film is forever, you realize you have one shot at making a sequence look good and authentic. that's the whole objective of the movie that was alejandro's motto and the native american actor i was working with arthur who was incredibly talent was eating liver all day. and he said it's in his culture and something that he likes the taste of and my thing looked like a big bloody pancake. i had to go for the real thing and the reaction is there. i think it gave a great moment to the movie ultimately. >> by the way -- >> when actors do stuff like this, a publicity stunt so when you do interviews with them
we're all talking about it and they're telling their friends or does it bring authenticity to the movie? >> no. they actually made a prop liver for him on set and he thought it didn't look real enough to do. he really wanted to look authentic. genuinely think he's one of the actors who wants everything to be real on screen. he said in my interview that pain is temporary iry, film is forever. >> talk about the golden globes, precursor to the academy awards and typically who wins there ends up winning the academy awards. what are your top picks? >> lightning round. the golden globes between musical comedy. supporting actor, i'm going stallone. i think he will finally take home a globe in his prerns in "creed." in the supporting actress, alicia vick candor for "e "ex machino." musical comedy, matt damon, i
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we're back with a fox news alert. isis sympathizer firing a hail of bullets at a police officer now charged with a i tempted murder but no terror-related charges. brian is live in philadelphia with the latest developments on this. so no terror charges yet, brian? >> that's exactly right. no terror charges yet. good morning. edward archer is facing a total of 8 charges, though, including attempted murder, aggravated assault and assault against a police officer. archer is expected to make his first court appearance on january 25th for a preliminary hearing, being held without bail. now archer could still face federal charges down the line if the ongoing fbi investigation determines or finds that he has any ties to terrorism. archer confessed that he ambushed officer jesse hartnett firing at least 11 shots into his police cruiser on thursday night in the name of islam saying he was following allah and pledged -- that he pledged
his allegiance to isis. the fbi has searched two homes, monitoring, looking at his on-line activity, and they are looking into two trips he made, one in 2011 to saudi arabia for a few weeks and another to egypt in 20 is it 12 to determine if there are any terrorism ties. for the weapon used in the crime, the police are still trying to figure out how he got ahold of a stolen .9 millimeter pistol. for hartnett himself he's in stable condition at the hospital, shot in the arm three times, broken arm with nerve damage, a go fund me page has been started to raise $15,000 for his recovery effort. a heroic thing he was shot and still able to chase and shoot down archer so he can face justice. guys? >> yeah. and potentially thwarted anything else he had in mind for the rest of the evening. brian, thank you so much. what a fighter that guy. 33 minutes after the hour. other stories making headlines. video just released by the u.s.
navy showing iranian ships firing missiles in the persian gulf. multiple rockets are fired with u.s. and french military ships nearby. the december 26th incident being called provocative. it's the latest in a series of aggressive actions by iran causing concern for world powers. accused of stealing millions in jewels and watches in a five-state spree, 24-year-old abby gal seen here in a previous mug shot behind bars after police arrested her near atlanta. she allegedly held workers at gunpoint before tying their hands. the video shows her -- or at least the suspect they think is here clearing out cases of jewelry. kemp will be in court tomorrow. and new york city high school students aren't really being punished for having pot anymore. a student was recently busted with seven bags of marijuana. but get this, that student can't be suspended thanks to a discipline code launched by bill de blasio. he walked away with a warning card his parents had to sign and
the pot given to the police. this is part of a pilot program being tested at 37 high schools. what do you think about that? a virginia teenager haled a hero after finding the strength when her family needed it. charlotte, only 5'6" tall and 120 pounds, lifted a pick-up truck off of her father after it slipped off the jack and sent him underneath. worse yet, the gas leaked out causing the garage to go into flames. her super strength saved her dad and family and they joined us on "fox & friends" earlier. >> i really just stumbled upon him. there was no -- i couldn't hear anything. kind of came into the garage and the garage was already on fire and really from then i kind of snapped into the whatever super mode i had at that point and kind of did what i had to do. >> the fairfax county fire department giving her the citizen life-saving award for her bravery. those are your headlines. over to janice dean now, standing by with a look at the weather. good morning, janice. >> good morning. a cold one if you live across the northern plains and the
upper midwest. take a look at some of the temperatures, minus 10 in minneapolis, 12 in chicago, but with the windchill it's going to feel anywhere from minus 15 to minus 25 for today's game in minnesota. and we have a lifestyle expert with us who's going to talk about cold weather, a big game today, the seattle seahawks and the minnesota vikings, and with the windchill of minus 10 to minus 20, one of the coldest games on record, for the nfl. >> that's right. >> what are the fans going to be wearing? what should they be wearing? >> right. make sure you're layering up. >> yes. >> and we have a bunch of great options here. i got them all yesterday right at sporting goods stores. pick them up and head to the game. >> warm hoodie, right? >> yes. this warm hoodie, this is from raven. we have battery powered. it has heating panels on the sides chest and pocket. a battery pack. up to six hours you can get heated protection. plus the battery pack can charge your phone six times too.
keep yourself warm and keep your battery charged. >> there's clayton our model. >> perfect. >> i tried this on. >> go ahead. >> don't break the model. >> it has high -- high, medium and low settings. >> the settings on. it is warm. >> yeah. we just turned it on right before. >> our studio is like really cold. >> cold. >> all right. >> anna is like -- covers herself in a snuggie. this is nice and warm. >> and here you got the -- >> how do you turn it on and off. $129. only one you can't get at sporting goods stores but raven.com. >> this is under armor. everyone knows them, but the ua based 4.0, what's great about it, right here, made for brutal, brutal temperatures. you have the thermals for legs. >> what do you mean brutal temperatures? >> windchills like minus 20? >> i don't know minus 20, usually like negative 5. they have a whole line from 1.0 to 4.0, 4.0 for brutal, 84.99,
pricey but make sure you don't get frostbite out there. >> important to keep our extremities warm, feet and hands. >> battery powered heated socks. they're what's great about them, you can turn them on up to 10 hours of heat on to your extremities. $119. but if you don't want to spend $119 on socks get snowboarding socks. over here we have two different kinds. everyone knows they're a great snowboarding sock but they have max protection for subzero temperatures. a lot of people who climb mt. everest would love these and these are about $20. they go up to your knees. graze it's a great option. >> good to see the technology is improving. >> the technology is improving and here what we have here from serious, gloves, you can look inside, it has a thermal protect tant right here. it keeps the heat inside. >> very nice. >> it keeps you dry.
that $54.99, a great option. >> this hat? so this is a new neoprene safe hat. $19.95. it has a fleece collar. the neoprene on the face. you can still talk if you want to. you don't have to, you know, kind of lift your hat up. >> scary looking i'm not going to lie. >> we put sun glasses to make him cuter. it is -- you want to make sure keeping your face warm and also want to make sure you're moisturizing your face afterwards. >> very nice. a facial. i love it. >> otherwise it's going to be -- >> and finally, finally, oh, yeah, this is just over here columbia has these what's nice, the nice [ inaudible ] 16 bucks. >> around forever and work really good. >> it's $1.19, pick these up at any sporting good stores. you can just -- they have them for hands, toes, body. >> i love it. >> great options. >> folks in minnesota you will be prepared. >> yes. >> thank you so much for being here today.
>> thank you. >> i'm warmed up right now. >> all right. >> getting warmed up for the game. >> i can't believe people are actually going to brave that cold weather. 20 minutes before the top of the hour. here's what's coming up. one of the most anticipated movies of the year. the new benghazi movie "13 hours" is about to hit theaters this week. how could it affect hillary's run for the white house. frank luntz got a private screening and says you will be shocked. if you need advice for your business, legalzoom has your back. our trusted network of attorneys has provided guidance to over 100,000 people just like you. visit legalzoom today. the legal help you can count on. legalzoom. legal help is here. the 88th southern parallel. we had traveled for over 850 miles.
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serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. before treatment, get tested for tb. tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are common, and if you've had tb, hepatitis b, are prone to infections, or have flu-like symptoms or sores. don't start humira if you have an infection. ask your gastroenterologist about humira. with humira, remission is possible. one of the most anticipated movies of the season called "13 hours" it takes audiences inside the attack on the consulate in benghazi as told by the security contractors who survived terrific attack as part of it. >> we need immediate assistance. >> the u.s. ambassador at risk. you have to send us. >> you're not the first
responders. you will wait. no let's go. we got to move. >> we have no jurisdiction in that country, not supposed to be here. >> stand down. >> we are all going to die. >> none of you have to go. we are the only hope they have. >> so it's a feature film released by one of the big six studios could it have a political effect and could this movie force hillary clinton back into a debate she believed she won. pollster frank luntz invited to a private screening as he often is, in this case of "13 hours" he's here with the political effect it might have on the presidential race. good to see you this morning. first of all how is the movie. will it win people over, compelling? >> it's more than compelling. understand it's the true story. if you actual want to know what specifically happened over the 13 hours you have to see this film. it was total by the men who were there.
obviously it's a movie, but the way that it was done, hollywood invested a significant amount of money to get it right. the men who were actually there and are depicted in the film were part of the production. they were there on the set almost every day. they were there to approve what happened. it is one of the most dramatic films i've ever seen. tucker, the thing i did not understand about benghazi as you can see from the visuals it was relentless. attack after attack. it will make every viewer who invested time, feel great about this country and particularly about the men who defended it. the acts of courage against wave after wave of attackers. it's truly remarkable. it's an exceptional film about a very tragic incident that not only can we not forget, we have the responsibility to know the truth and this movie tells us the truth. >> well, and that is the case. i mean it's not just an event, but it's also a political story whose reverb ragss are
continuing, overwhelming majority of hollywood money goes to hillary. could this be something that hurts her? >> well, the key in all of this is that the more people who see this, the more people know the truth about what really happened. and this is not something that you want to politicize even though, obviously, something happened there that wasn't right and she is responsible. if people are wise and smart they will go to the film, they will bring two or four people who aren't republican, who aren't conservative, bring them with them and let them decide. that's what's key about this film. tucker, i know you say it's political. the film isn't. it simply tells the truth and the truth itself will have an impact on what happens in 2016. >> do you get the impression guys were abandoned by their government at the consulate? >> i don't know how they did what they did. yes, i do. i mean, let me be blunt. i do. and that impression is very
clear. what is also clear there are still heros in america, people who are willing to risk their lives. i have to tell you, there are times in the movie when i had to look -- so emotional and so powerful, and i am so grateful. i hope that this movie is on screens from now through memorial day because people not only have the right to know the truth, they have the responsibility. they're going to be entertained. they're going to enjoy this. but most importantly, tucker, they're going to learn the truth. >> do you think hillary will watch it? >> no way. no way. >> why? >> if she watched it, that is the best question i'm ever going to get, i don't think she'll watch it because i don't think she wants to face the consequences of the decisions that were made. it was 13 hours of an attack. it did not stop. and we don't realize as americans how close that cia compound was to that embassy. how people's lives could have been saved. how these men fought again and again against waves.
they were outnumbered 10 to 1 and didn't give up, they didn't give in, and it was so -- i don't think she has the courage to see it. >> yeah. >> and yet these men had the courage to not only risk their lives but some cases to give their lives for this country. and we should be so proud to be americans today because of what they did. >> that's quite an endorsement of the film. frank luntz not often a movie reviewer for us, thanks for coming on. >> thank you. >> our government paying top dollar for information you could get free on line. of course they are. we'll bring you the horrifying details. it's the super bowl of car shows. we'll show you some of high-tech rides at the detroit auto show. what you're going to be driving next year. ♪
hey, everybody. more than $850,000 over 20 years wasted information available for free. a new report from the justice department's office of -- office of inspector general saying the dea paid an amtrak employee for information on passenger -- i'm sorry. >> we made her laugh. >> clayton and tucker are being boys right now. well, that information was already available at no cost. so was it a waste there? sounds like it. hackers can no longer hijack more than 1.4 million recalled vehicles. the federal investigation now complete saying auto companies fixed the glitch. two security experts hacked a jeep cherokee last summer prompting that investigation.
the detroit auto show is the super bowl of auto shows. and this morning we're taking you inside the action to find out which cars have the best tech and the most cup holders. >> right under the hood. tons of new features dominate the conversation this year. and to tell us more about what is happening there, national auto expert mike codill is here with the exciting news. great to see you. >> you summed it up, you said under the hood. last hour we showed you the 2017 chevy cruz. it is about technology under the hood. this is the 2017 chevy bolt ev. final production version will be showcased tomorrow, here in detroit. 200 mile range. check this out. charge up to 80% in less than an hour. plenty of room for a family of five. but the best part is the price. after federal tax incentives, the bolt will be $30,000.
really cool feature, amazon's new echo voice recognition allows you to talk to your car. so, for example, speak into your smartphone and it will tell you to shut your garage, lock, unlock your car, access to all the wonderful things you do enjoy on your smartphone. hyundai also making news here in detroit as well with their virtual guide app. this replaces that big owner's manual in the glove box. take your iphone or ipad, pan it across the front of your vehicle, helps consumers better understand what their vehicle is all about. really great way to use technology for the consumers in the marketplace. also, mitch lychelin, we think the technology in cars. what connects you to the road? tires. last time i spent about 800 bucks. this is a michelin pilot sport. all season tire. if you're in minneapolis, negative 10, in new york in the heat of summer, this is a great tire. they get their own press conference on tuesday.
also, other big news here at the show, making its way to the audi e-tron concept vehicle. audi telling us that 25 to 30% of their vehicles sales in 2025 will be almost all plug-in hybrid electric. this new concept vehicle comes in 2018. 300 miles on a single charge. that is pretty cool. last hour i talked about the north american car of the year in the north american truck utility vehicles of the year. i wanted to actually show you those vehicles so you can take a look. we're talking about the mazda mx 5 miata, honda civic and the chevy malibu. here is my take, guys. my inside sources tell me the honda civic is going to win on that one. but let me give you a free kikic quick -- the honda pilot, the nissan titan xd and volvo xc 90, absolutely stunning the xc 90. i got money on the fact that will be one of the winners
tomorrow. they announce that at 6:45. we'll talk more about the north american car and truck utility vehicle of the year. back to you in new york. >> thank you. >> rooting for america. charging up to 80% within less than an hour is pretty smart move for some -- >> i can fill my tank with gasoline in two minutes. >> that works too. >> not in new jersey. somebody else has to do it for you. >> that's the law. at ally bank no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like reunions equal blatant lying. the company is actually doing really well on, on social media. oh that's interesting. i - i started social media. oh! it was my...baby.
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>> but a lot of folks out there lined up to buy these tickets. it is the hope. >> all e-mailing me. >> and my dreams will come true and all of my problems will go away. but that's not necessary lit case. >> are you kidding? good sunday morning, everyone. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." a rough week to the stock market as we enter a new one. we are ringing in 2016 as the market is off to the worst start to any year ever. in a moment, we'll ask gop front-runner and business mogul donald trump what he thinks is going on. and we'll get the latest on his campaign in iowa and new hampshire. we'll also take a look ahead to obama's final state of the union tuesday night. what, if anything, can he get accomplished in his last year in office? and will a new round of peace talks in afghanistan change the