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really wanted, yes, i would pay for the interview. >> you betty would. "fox and friends" starts right now. bye. hi everyone. good morning. today is monday, the 18th of january 2016. i'm anna kooiman. it's a fox news alert. three u.s. citizens, civilians, kidnapped and missing in iraq. the frantic search to find them and the hunt for who may be responsible. and the gloves came off last night. hillary clinton going after bernie sanders full force just days before iowans cast their votes. watch this. >> i think we can do to improve it. but to tear it up and start over again, pushing our country back into that contentious debate, i think, is the wrong direction. >> we're not going to tear up the affordable care act. i helped write it. >> okay. that's on health care. they also talked about a bunch of other stuff. wait until you hear who democrats thought won last
night's debate. >> so a socialist helped write obama care. that's interesting. fascinating. ak thor sean penn admitting his plan to meet up with "el chapo" didn't work out that good. hmm. >> my article failed. let me be clear. my article has failed. >> all right. it's not his fault, though. it is yours. you don't understand him. i'll explain it all. or try to. your mornings are still better with friends. >> welcome to studio e. brian, you and i took off over the weekend and she's still here. >> it's unbelievable. >> wow. >> anna worked about 20 straight days. god bless her. >> i'm happy for the opportunity. thanks for having me on the couch. >> you're doing great. it's one day melds into the next. let me tell you about this, though. we get up to this news.
three americans are missing at this hour and fears that they are kidnapped, they're contractors. >> it comes on the heels of the swap of hostages for iranian prisoners that many say put a bounty on the head of every american abroad. >> that was the word. kristin fisher is live with what we know now. do we know where they were taken? >> they're in germany. that nightmare ends for some american families. for others it's likely beginning. the state department is working with iraqi authorities to locate them. there are reports that they may have been kidnapped but few other details at this time. this comes on the same date that the americans released from iran will be reunited with their loved ones. they're at the air base in germany on route to the united states. all the republican presidential candidates are thrilled that these hostages are finally coming home but they're worried that the president set a
dangerous precedent. >> it reflects a pattern we've seen in the obama administration over and over again of negotiating with terrorists and making deals and trades that endanger u.s. safety and security. >> what the president is now doing, not just here but with the castro brothers and bergdahl. he's put a price on the head of every american abroad. >> rand paul has been advocating for the release of pastor abedini for years. he's pleased that the u.s. government did not sit idly by while an american citizen was persecuted abroad due to religious intolerance. the question is now, at what cost? that's what his republican rivals have a problem with. brian, anna, steve. >> kristin, thanks. we're going to be talking with the secretary of state in this very show. john kerry will be joining us. he'll be answering a lot of those questions. >> the "wall street journal" die secretaries what the president
and mr. kerry did with the deal and what the final line is. iran has shown the world it can take hostages for a diplomatic windfall. i'm paraphrasinparaphrasing. if you want leverage -- now we have the news that three americans have been grabbed. different country, probably the same intent. >> the tone of setting a dangerous precedent. not just for iran to do it again. other terrorist organizations around the world or other governments around the world. >> we're going to see. it's great for the families, we all agree on that. >> the answer to prayers. >> they did nothing wrong. the guys we gave up did a lot wrong. they were in jail for a reason. >> hacking. >> there was a sunday night debate. why sunday night? th wanted it. "downton abbey," big thing on. >> the playoffs. panthers won.
>> here's the thing. they set things up between bernie and hillary, bernie, for the most part, is on the verge of perhaps winning once again iowa and new hampshire. i say once again. because it was eight years ago that hillary clinton thought she was going to win and then, of course, barack obama came forward. >> in iowa. >> in iowa, yes. she's on the verge of losing to the socialist who would like to tax us all at 90% if we're successful. >> he won't admit to that, by the way, steve. he has not released his percentages yet. >> you're right. he's probably 95%. >> if you missed it, it actually got kind of interesting last night. unlike the first debate. here's a montage of them sparring. >> the fact is we have the affordable care act. that is one of the greatest accomplishments of president obama, of the democratic party and of our country. >> what the secretary neglected to mention, not just the 29 million still have no health
insurance, that even more are underinsured with huge co-payments and deductibles. >> to tear it up and start over again, pushing our country back into that kind of a contentious debate, i think, is the wrong direction. >> no one is tearing this up. we're going to go forward. >> he has voted with the nra, with the gun lobby numerous times. he voted to let guns go on to amtrak. guns into national parks. >> i don't think money from the -- i don't get personal speaking fees from goldman sachs. >> that was one of the biggest moments. he goes on to accuse her of taking $600,000 from goldman sachs. >> she did. >> speaking fees. over the course ever one year and saying you're going to rein in wall street and accepting more than half a million dollars in one year, should be suspect. >> as she brought up, no one has gotten more money from wall street than barack obama. >> he's not running this time i. >> that's true. for the last two times he went in and cashed in. i don't think anybody held his feet to the fire.
i'm fascinated by this entire thing. that hillary clinton has her hands full with a 74-year-old socialist who isn't really officially in the democratic party. fascinating look at "the new york times" yesterday, there's panic in the clinton camp. 11 anonymous people inside, including the husband, who goes by the name bill clinton, says we made a huge error. we could have destroyed bernie sanders early. we could have pointed out his radical past and stopped the momentum before it became what we're witnessing right now, which is a serious contender in the first two states who, if you take the first two states, you can get a lot of momentum. >> sure. >> do something in the south and south carolina and nevada and maybe other primaries. >> and beyond. >> the new york post this morning has a headline on the op-ed page that bernie mopped the floor with hillary. he's a socialist. how do he do on social media? >> when it comes to follower growth, people who actually join
different people last night, bernie sanders was number one, martin o'malley was number two and hillary clinton number three. >> that doesn't surprise me at all. hillary clinton, people have known about her or decades. people are curious about martin o'malley. wondering some of the questions asked. what is he running for president? he's the governor of a state. is martin o'malley still running for president? people are curious about him because he hasn't been given april chance to talk. >> no one wants to listen because his track record is not that strong perhaps, anna. here's the question going to your point. here's the top trending questions on google. will hillary clinton get prosecuted? that is troublesome if you're in the clinton camp in brooklyn. why is bernie sanders so popular? that's a fascinating topic. the same people that can't figure out trump can also not figure out why bernie sanders is resonating. >> hillary cannot find a way to tap into that same kind of
democratic rage that is out there. the democrats are outraged at the way the government is working, just like the republicans are on the right. you've got donald trump and on the left bernie sanders who has tapped into something. if the top google search is will hillary get prosecuted and why is he so popular and he's leading on growth, people watched last night and said who is that guy? i kind of like his message. his message is, if you've missed it, the banks are rigged. soak the rich and health care for everyone. >> if you want to know what he's really like, watch curb your enthusiasm which is available on pay-per-view. he acts like the lead. steve hayes pointed this out. they gave the candidates a layup to begin with. the top three priorities. all the candidates went up and down gave the top three priorities. national security was not there. how could national security -- the american people, not republicans or democrats, ever since san bernardino, ever since paris, that has become the number one issue.
it's not theirs. >> different story on the -- >> good for the republicans when you put them side by side. one other note. for some odd reason, it was awkward, they ended the debate seven minutes early. why? >> just suddenly, they threw lester holt threw to chuck todd and he goes, well, thank you. i think we're going to go to a commercial. >> you know what, we're done. >> i have things to say. no more questions to ask, no answers to give. >> thank you for joining us on this monday. heather childers joins us with the headline. >> hope you had a great weekend. go panthers. >> like your tie, brian. >> it matches your dress. >> yes. >> utah police officer, we'll begin with serious news at this hour. he's dead after a car crash ended in gunfire. officer doug barney was chasing two people who tried to leave the scene of an accident in salt lake county when officers say that this man, cory lee henderson opened fire on the
officer shooting him in the head. fellow officers caught up with the suspect and another gunfight broke out. that suspect was left dead and there was a woman with him apparently, also that woman still on the run this morning. debris found floating off the north coast of oahu, hawaii, may be all that's left of two marine helicopters that collided over the pacific ocean on friday. the coast guard says that debris is consistent with the type of chopper that those two groups were flying during a nighttime training mission. rescue crews have expanded their serve to cover nearly 20,000 miles. 12 marines remain missing. federal aid is now flowing into flint, michigan. president obama signing a relief order for emergency funds to help with the tap water crisis that involves lead contaminat n contamination. michigan's attorney general also investigating a deadly legionnaires' outbreak in the city that began in 2014. ten people have died as a result. that is the same year that the city switched its water source to save money.
authorities now trying to determine if there's some sort of connection. and the panthers showing why they are the nfc's number one seed. oh, yeah. take a look. >> end zone. open. leaping catch with the touchdown. >> oh, yeah. for the touchdown. carolina would cruise to a 31-0 halftime lead. 31-0 in their divisional matchup against the seahawks. seattle would score, though. 24 in the second half. how did they do that? it fell short. the panthers win 31-24. over to the broncos, grounding it out against the steelers. not until late in the fourth did the broncos offense pull away. the broncos win 23-16. here is the playoff picture in the afc. the broncos will play the steelers and the nfc the panthers will host the cardinals. each team playing for a shot at the super bowl 50. in case you're counting. >> we are.
now, you are an impartial journalist, right? >> i don't do sports. i do news. i can pull for who i want. >> that's why you wore that color dress. >> yes, it is. >> that's why you wore that tie? >> absolutely. >> i got worried there. >> put all my dark blue ties away because the guys unfortunately were robbed ten times this year. >> coming up on this monday, the release of americans imprisoned in iran. it was a great day for them. but our next guest says it was an even greater day for the iranians. will other countries take advantage much america's barack obama foreign policy? former white house security council official, jillian turner on that next. good morning. dr. oz says he's found a new way to get inside a patient's head. simply by listening to their voice. what happens when we put those two to the test? the doctor is in house to examine.
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we've covered all three of them extensively on fox and friends. was it also a victory for the iranian president. does this set a bad precedent for future foreign relations with iran. >> jillian turner, a former white house security council staff. jillian, the president is quite happy yesterday that we got our guys back. is there a flip side to this? >> there absolutely is. as good as a day it was for the americans who were released and returned to their families, it's a wonderful thing for them. the flip side for the american people is that this was really not an even exchange. >> in what way? >> the iranians released four american hostages. i call them that rather than prisoners because they were people not charged with anything, not been tried and not convicted. in exchange, we essentially pardoned seven iranians. three who were convicted and in prison and an additional 14 on interpol's woch list. >> the 14 people on the watch
list, these are bad guys. >> these are bad guys. guys who are essentially going to have a pardon for life now. they're free to roam across the global community at will. >> you said this precedent was set, that everybody acknowledges, that was way counterbalanced the other direction. >> i think that the precedent was set then with a series of what i would call bad prisoner swaps. meaning the united states definitely got the short end of the stick. >> right. we're missing another american. he was a contractor with an fbi background doing some work for the cia. the iranians said we essentially can't find him. bob levinson. >> that's a horrible story there. he's been imprisoned presumably for nearly nine years now. he's the most high-profile and a former government employee. it was really important that we made him a part of this deal and the administration failed to do that. it's a big failing because now we've given up our leverage to get him back in the future.
>> wow. there's a lot to this. we'll have a chance to talk to the secretary of state shortly who worked extremely hard on this, no doubt about it. you're dealing with a difficult counterpart in the iranians and zarif. we have a special treat with you later, right, gillian? >> you'll meet my dog. >> my dog is linked to what? >> my fiance. >> put together that mystery. maybe it will be the trivia question of the day. don't go anywhere. we're locking the door. hillary clinton taking a shot at cops for being racist. >> need to be a concerted effort to address the systemic racism in our criminal justice system. >> how is that comment playing out on martin luther king, jr. day? the niece of martin luther king, jr., evita king is here. she did a great job commentating. liberal actor and activist, sean penn talked about his meeting
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surface of the world's oceans. >> sounds easy. sniemts thanks, brian. hillary clinton going off america's cops last night and calling them racist in so many words. >> it has been heartbreaking and incredibly outraging to see the constant stories of young men like walter scott, as you said, who have been killed by police officers. there needs to be a concerted effort to address the systemic racism in our criminal justice system. >> here to discuss this the niece of martin luther king, jr. fox news contributor who was at the debate last night. good morning to you. >> good morning. so good to join you. >> great to have you on this holiday across the country. we're going to talk about martin luther king in a moment. first, do you agree with hillary clinton, that there is systemic racists in our criminal justice system?
>> there is systemic racism in our criminal justice system and corruption of all sorts. we do know that. but my question to mrs. clinton would be, as first lady, what initiatives did you support to maybe help those who are impacted by that system to begin to learn how to read and at an early age and contribute to society rather than ending up in that system? she's playing to a base and doing it masterfully. the african-american base and the emotions of our community and the fear of the broader fear of many people. but i think as secretary of state now and certainly as senator, there are many things that could have been done and i think if she were a little more like bernie sanders, pointing to her record and things that she's really tried to do or even governor o'malley who says he continually looks for solutions and puts those on the table, so i don't want to hear so much about the problems but the solutions. that's what i'm looking for in
her comments. >> so you say there is systemic racism in our criminal justice system. what do you mean and is there a candidate of the three that is getting your support? >> what we know is that at an early age we begin to lose many of our young people, not only the african-americans but several. with the corruption that's there and there is some racism. there's sometimes an assumption that the african-americans are going to end up in jail and so since that's going to happen, let's build bigger jails and kind of make that into a business. that does exist. but there are so many ways to alleviate that without stirring up fear or playing to the base and stirring up emotions and the police officers are usually really helpful in the community. they're there to protect the community in all of that. so to continue to make those emotions so raw, that's the problem. >> today is, of course, big holiday across the country. you are celebrating his life and
times, martin luther king, jr. dr. king, let me ask you about this. you look at black lives matter, the war on police, the political tone in the nation. what would your uncle think about what's going on in his america today? >> my uncle was a man of peace and reason. my daddy, his brother, reverend a.b. king, they worked together to bring about petition. coming to the table with steps of nonviolent conflict resolution. martin said we must learn to live together as brothers and i add sisters or perish as fools. rather that stirring up that fear and anger, we need to learn how to come to that table in the beloved community and put solutions on the table, teaching people to use words rather than bombs or guns or fists. and use their words to heal rather than to destroy. >> absolutely. >> in a nonviolent way, for sure. dr. he will vita king. we remember your uncle today as
we always do. >> thank you. coming up on this monday, the drug ceo known as the most hated man in the world can't find one single person who hates him. really? >> dr. oz says he's got a new way to get inside a patient's head. you got to see this. he says you simply have to listen to their voice with new technology. what happens when we put hillary clinton and bernie sanders to the test? the doctor is in the house live. come on in. nexium 24hr is the new #1 selling frequent heartburn brand in america. i hope you like it spicy! get complete protection with the purple pill. the new leader in frequent heartburn. that's nexium level protection. being hacked and intellectual property being stolen. that is cyber-crime
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extreme weather now. a weekend of wicked weather stretching along the coastline in florida. an ef-2 tornado claiming the lives of two people. as folks work there to clean up. >> i was just a couple of miles from there. a winter blast from the north. the first major snowstorm bringing up to 6 inches of snow in some parts. >> maria molina promised to track the storm. have you decided to? >> yes, i have. i always will. let's look at the radar.
we have a lot of activity across parts of the u.s. one of those areas is in parts of western new york. we're dealing with lake-effect snow yet again today. that's going to be sticking around through tomorrow and some areas could be looking at as much as 1 to 2 feet of snow off of lake erie and ontario. we have lake effect warnings, snow warnings in effect across the areas because of the heavy snow. that forecast, we're talking about gusty winds along with the very cold temperatures. now, as we head farther west, we're looking at a massive storm system bringing in areas of rain and high elevation snow from washington state into parts of california. it is going to be accumulating along the high elevations out there. the current temperatures, i want to share with you, especially in the midwest and the great lakes region. out there we're seeing temperatures this morning that are below zero. you factor in the winds and the windchill temperatures are much colder than what the thermometer reads. the forecast highs remain below average across the eastern half of the nation. atlanta and raleigh, highs won't
make it out of 30s out there. meanwhile, here in new york city we're dealing with gusty winds and some flurries this morning. let's head back inside. >> we got power first snow yesterday. it didn't really stick. >> it can kb away now. i'm sick of it. >> 24 minutes before the top of the hour. heather childers without a hat on. >> kicking off your news headlines, massive protests after a police officer guns down an armed robber after the a kfc restaurant. hundreds taking to the streets of st. louis shouting no justice, no peace. police say the robber pointed his gun at the officer, forcing him to fire on the suspect who died. fellow officers calling that cop a hero. >> this act by this sergeant, very courageous because of the number of not only employees but customers who were inside. >> the officer was not injured. no word yet on whether he will be placed on leave.
hundreds of volunteers taking to the tennessee woods overnight in search of a missing 2-year-old. officers are expected to ask for more volunteers today in the search for noah chamberlain. the toddler disappeared thursday while hiking with his grandmother and sister near his family's home in pinson. one of the most hated men in america is speaking out. martin skrel i was arrested for securities fraud. he became famous, after he jacked up the price for an hiv more than 5,000%. he says people he talks with actually don't hate him. >> when i do find someone like that, almost always they end up being supportive. for all the hate, the most hated man in the world can't find somebody who hates him. >> he claims the drug price hike is why he was arrested. one man says that he may have figured out finally what playpens are actually for. he thinks they're for keeping
the kids away. take a look at this. a red dit user uploaded this picture saying he could never play his computer games because his children were always bugging him. he bought this. a playpen. other users chimed in saying it was a brilliant idea. steve, what do you think about that? good idea or not? >> don't fence me in. >> heather, thank you very much. the gloves are off. a tight race causing tense moments between democrat socialist bernie sanders and democrat hillary clinton in last night's democratic debate. >> what her campaign was saying, bernie sanders who fought for universal health care for my entire life, he wants to end medicare and medicaid and the children's health insurance program. that is nonsense. >> i have to say, i'm not sure whether we're talking about the plan you just introduced tonight or we're talking about the plan you introduced nine times in the congress. >> burn. >> dr. oz has a brand new app that can actually determine the
amount of stress in the voice of the speaker. the doctor joins us right now. the innovation officer at the app called share care. good morning to you. >> they were on the program on friday analyzing the republican debate. what was the reaction out of curiosity friday morning into the day as people inquired about share care? >> it was overwhelming. folks are fascinated by aspects of it. you can get the app on your cell phone and analyze how you're being perceived by people around you, especially relatives. you really want to know that. charlie sheen was on the show this afternoon, really going through a lot. just trying to deal with things. he wants to use the app as an example. people begin to realize, my goodness, if i can get feedback on my voice, i can change my life. the political teams are interested for the same reason. just to get on the same page, what if it wasn't just what you said but how you said it that mattered. that's why, we talked about this friday morning, donald trump can
say things that infuriate people but people like that because the tone of his voice, analysis revealed owe he the same thing with the democratic candidates last night. >> we have three sound bites. the first one, watch the right side of the screen. there's a meter and you can tell how much stress is in the voice. here's hillary attacking bernie about voting with the nra. >> i have made it clear based on senator sanders own records that he has voted with the nra, with the gun lobby numerous times. he voted against the brady bill five times. he voted for what we call the charleston loophole. he voted for immunity from gun makers and sellers which the nra said was the most important piece of gun legislation in 20 years. he voted to let guns go on to amtrak and national parks. >> we goes through a laundry list.
it started with uneasy and moved over to intense. what's that mean? >> that's correct. actually, it starts with her showing -- she's being anxious in the beginning. >> does that mean she likes talking about this? >> it means very uncomfortable about getting into the -- >> you can also see it in the body language. she moves in this way. the other thing that you can see here is as she -- the list that she doesn't like about his voting. you can see how the stress changes and the point where her stress is the highest are exactly the points she cares about the most. this is what upsets her the most. >> let's look at bernie sanders defending his record on gun control. watch the dial on the right. >> i was in 1988, there were three candidates running for congress in the state of vermont. i stood up to the gun lobby and came out and maintained the position that in in country we should not be selling military-style assault weapons.
i have supported from day one an instant background check to make certain that people who should not have guns do not have guns. >> okay. so we saw all three. we saw productive, we saw uneasy, we saw intense. what does that mean? >> so here we need to look also at the type of stress. if you compare his answer in this debate to the same question in the previous debate where he was basically giving the same kind of answer, you see that in this debate he's definitely more nervous about this particular topic. as the stakes are higher, his stress level goes higher as well. >> right. we've got one final sound bite. here's hillary clinton defending her former president -- or her former boss, current president barack obama on wall street record. >> i personally believe that president obama's work to push through the dodd/frank, the dodd/frank bill and then to sign it was one of the most important
regulatory schemes we've had since the 1930s. i'm going to defend dodd/frank and i'm going to defend president obama for taking on wall street, taking on the financial industry and getting results. >> okay. owe she was intense there. then calm. and then back to intense. >> right. compared to all other parts of the debate, this topic appears to be her hot button. when you look at the entire piece, when she gives this reply, this is where she's the most stressed. she spends most of her time in the incompetent tentense. the only time it's low stress is something she's fully in agreement with. no conflict there. everything else she's highly intense. >> this is the emotional selfie. it's a window into not just your mind but your heart. it's an important tool. it will be used by candidates and their teams. the media will begin to use it. if hillary clinton is upset
about a couple things, if this is number one, folks will go after it. she'll have to train herself to avoid getting trapped in it. >> you can download it to your phone, so when you talk to somebody on the vote, you review after the phone call, look at that. >> my wife is not going to like that. >> apparently she didn't. >> dr. oz, eric, thank you very much. the app is called share care. check it out. coming up on this monday, liberal actor and activist, sean penn admitting his plan to meet up with that killer drug lord. it didn't work out. >> my article failed. let me be clear. my article has failed. >> why the actor is now blaming the american public instead of the killer himself. that's next.
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let's go to the big picture of what we all want. we all want this drug problem to stop. if you are in the moral right or on the far left, just as many of your children are doing these drugs. just as many of your brothers and sisters, mothers and fathers and teachers at schools are doing these drugs. just as many. how much time have they spent in the last week since this article come out talking about that? 1%. i think that would be generous. >> not much dialog -- >> my article failed. >> it did fail. reading between the lines, is that sean penn saying i'm not -- the american people are down here intellectually. >> don't you see what i'm doing here, people? >> is he really trying to put on the same playing field a teenager who tries marijuana for the first time and a drug kingpin responsible for more drugs on the street than anybody else in the world and connected
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allegation. who knew? plus what happens when the person who is supposed to sing the national anthem gets stuck in traffic, you call in this guy. ♪ for the land of the free and the home of the brave ♪ >> meet the police officer who said you know, i could do it. he grabbed the mike and saved the day, and headed out to the park. he was fantastic. live from new york city, this is "fox & friends." i love that guy's story. the real singer was stuck in traffic and somebody said hey, officer, didn't you try out for "american idol"? well, yeah. >> he sweeps in to save the day and makes everybody feel patriotic.
>> wouldn't it be great to weave him in, in what could be their final season? trch trmp waiting in the wings. secretary of state kerry joining us on the show. it's a huge show. >> we have a busy final two hours. right now we turn to heather with a fox news alert. >> an important story, both of them probably talking about this. three americans are missing in iraq and an iraqi official confirming they were kidnapped. security forces are closing down streets conducting door-to-door searches in a city in baghdad. officials say the contractors were taken to that neighborhood from their iraqi interpreter's house in nearby dora. a utah police officer back at home killed in the line of duty after a car crash ends in gunfire. officer doug barney was chasing a man and a woman down after they tried to leave the scene of an accident in salt lake county. officers say this man, corey lee henderson, opened fire on officer barney, shooting him in the head. barney's fellow officers caught
up with henderson and another gun fight broke out leaving him dead. the woman who was with him is still on the run this morning. the aging monorail at newark liberty international airport loses power and strands passengers dead on the tracks. video posted to twitter shows an airline official going to retrieve the passengers and escorting them on a long, risky detour to the terminal on the elevated tracks. power was restored three hours later. and it was "mad max" all the way at last night's critics choice awards. the action flick dominating the night with a whopping nine trophies. tom hardy and shacharlize there winning best actor and actress. >> the critics choice for best picture is "spotlight." >> heard it right there, "spotlight" drama was the big winner t focuses on a team from the boston globe investigating a
priest abuse scandal. amy schumer loses more than her mind, when accepting the best actress in a comedy award. her high heel apparently busted as she was walking up to the staple but the real scene stealer of the night came in the form of 9-year-old jacob recommend tremblay. >> this is super cool. this is the best day of my life. i know where to put this, right on the shelf right beside my millennium falcon. >> the pint sized picked up the best young actor for his role in "room" and those are a look at your headlines. he thought that was super cool. and it was. >> got a millennium falcon. all right. >> never saw a contest where an 8-year-old can be in the same category as an adult or i mean like i said -- >> i wonder where he'll be when he is an adult.
>> tatum o'neil won an oscar when she was 10. >> in "paper moon"? >> yes. >> was she the one in "bad news bears"? >> yes. >> that's the one she should have won for. she was great. >> donald trump will be with us in a moment. we were talking about the iranian deal where, i love the way the government has suggested, you know, the release of those captives completely unrelated to the sanctions. >> of implementation day just a coincident at the same time? it was one of these weekends where the news just did not stop and especially when we found out that the four americans would finally be released although we're still looking for the fbi guy who was working as a free agent. >> levinson. >> levinson, we can't find him according to the iranians, they can't find him inside their own country. >> so many political pundits are saying this is not fair to call
it a prisoner swap when the four we are getting back thank god were hostages, not prisoners. >> donald trump is joining us now. mr. trump, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> so what do you think about this iranian deal? we got our people back, they got $100 billion back and some people who were in big trouble. >> well, they're actually getting $150 billion and we are getting four people back, they're getting seven, plus and i know you just mentioned it the 14 interpol bad ones, they're badies, so they're getting them and they're going to get oil and they're going to get a lot of other things. they get a lot of things in the deal. always nice to get people a lot of things in the deal. this is sort of an amazing thing. i've been talking about this for years now about how we should have our people back, shouldn't be negotiating until we get them and i heard they got back a said well that's good finally. i figure we're just getting them back and didn't realize we were
giving up so much. it's just such a bad deal and it's nice to have our people back but it's just such a bad deal. it could have been so much better. >> do you think this is setting a dangerous precedent or do you think the president could and should be taking a victory lap of any sort this morning? >> well it's setting a very, very dangerous precedent, anna. if you look at what's going on, if you look at the thinking of these people they're going to say wait a minute, we can do this, let's get anna over here for an interview and let's never let her come back, okay? they'd be happy with that. can you imagine what they'd get for anna? wow. >> the bounty on american heads abroad. >> that would be an amazing one, right, but no, seriously, what we're doing is anybody that's anywhere near the region they'll start taking americans and going to negotiate deals. the persians are great negotiators. they've proven it here, but they're great negotiators and there was no reason for this. when we made the deal originally, we should have said we want the prisoners back, and they would have said no and we would have just gone on a little
bit and we would have said that's okay, you leave the room. they never leave the room. the americans never left the room once. first of all the deal took too long but a deal like that, they leave the room and they say double up the sessions, call you within 48 hours saying you've got your prisoners back. they don't know what they're doing, they're babies. this administration they just don't know what they're doing.e. >> your name came up not only at the state of the union but also in the state of the democratic candidates from their point of new, bernie sanders and martin o'malley weighing in on you. >> it's beyond my comprehension how question elect a president of the united states, somebody like trump, who believes that climate change is a hoax invented by the chinese. >> donald trump wants to start a registry in our country of people by faith. can he start with me and i will
sign up as one who is totally opposed to his fascist appeals that wants to villify american muslims. >> they're responding to this tweet, mr. trump "the concept of global warming was created by and for the chinese in order to make u.s. manufacturing noncompetitive." >> well i think climate change is just a very, very expensive form of tax. lot of people are making a lot of money. i know much about climate change. many environmental awards. obviously i joke but this is done for the benefit of china because china does not do anything to help climate change. they burn everything could you burn, they couldn't care less. their standards are nothing, but in the meantime they can undercut us in price so it's hard on our business. we want clean air, we want clean water and i feel strongly about that. now, the other one, o'malley, and you know, i just looked at the most recent poll with sanders, i just don't see the guy. i can't imagine, here's a guy
who say socialist/communist. >> cowin the first two contests. >> he could win it but did you see the rest of the poll? the rest of the poll looks like it's pretty tough. let's see what happens. it's hard to believe he'd get in. to be honest it's hard to believe hillary gets in. two people, and the third the big claim to fame he's the mayor of baltimore. you see what a great job he did with baltimore before he was governor and he's a joke. he shouldn't even be in the contest. he's down to 1% or 2%. it's like you have the people at 1% or 2% and i don't know why it would bother me who cares i watched last night i said why is he even talking? he's always invoking my name, o'malley. >> somebody else using your name from time to time is ted cruz. two weeks from today the iowa caucuses will be held. yesterday you were on a show and you were talking about ted cruz, you said nobody likes him in congress, he's a nasty guy. he has now turned around and is attacking you on twitter and
says, "as the dem debate begins republicans have to wonder which team donald trump would play for" and goes on to play a lengthy clip talking about hillary clinton and the cln clintons -- >> in a nice way. >> what's going on? >> you'd have to ask that same question of ronald reagan. ronald reagan when he was younger was a pretty strong liberal and he became quite conservati conservative, not the most but became quite conservative and did become a great president and ronald reagan, you have to ask him the same exact question of him and before i was a politician to be honest with you, my views change and everybody's views change and certainly if you look at ted cruz he was weak on immigration and now all of a sudden he's trying to say let's build a wall. the other day i heard him say we have to build a wall. i said where did that come from? everybody thought my wall idea wasn't so good and now all of a sudden they're saying let's build a wall. i know how to get it done and i know how to make mexico pay for
it, believe me, this he will pay for it. people say things and people change and it is true he's very unpopular in washington. >> quick question for you. people like rush limbaugh and marco have weighed in tell you to back off. they were supporting you to a degree but they don't want you attacking ted cruz. what is your reaction? >> i like both of them, they're very nice and rush is up believable to me and they've been great, but i have to do what i have to do. i want to make america great again. i have to get things done. when you have somebody that can't get along with anybody in washington, you're not going to get deals done. you have to get deals done. we can't keep invoking executive orders like obama does because he can't get deals. this guy signs an executive order, he gets sued and let's see what happens five years from now. that's not the way do you it. you get congress together, you get everybody together in a room, you cajole, you get along,
you have dinner and you make deals. everybody hates ted, it's a very tough thing, they all hate him for a lot of reasons but they all hate him and by the way he's attacked me so when he attacks me as you know i'm a counter puncher. >> you are, we learned that early. >> you've all seen a lot of people attack me and see where they are right now but he attacked me first. >> two weeks before iowa, sir, thank you very much. good luck to you. >> getting excited, thank you very much. >> never a dull moment. coming up, a former marine on his way right now home with three other americans in prison in iran. this is a win for the hostages but is it a win for america? the hostages friend and fellow marine is here with us next. and it was a perfect landing, until this happened. what is it? what went wrong? when you've got a house full of guests on the way and a cold with sinus pressure, you need fast relief.
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you two had. >> amir and i served together in the marines. we were at language school together in monterey, california, from 2002 to 2004. he consider him a great friend. he's a fantastic marine and i can't get the smile off my face he's finally out of iran. >> what reason was he going there? >> he was going there to celebrate with his family religious observance and he was born in america, lived in michigan, and has family still in iran. he went to spend time with his grandmother i believe and was able to be there for about two weeks with family before he was rolled up by iranian forces and held in captivity. >> arrested in august of 2011. he gets wrongly convicted, besides that, he was jailed for no reason, he's in germany waiting to meet his family. the reunion will be tremendous. for the first time, nick, share
with me what you know about what his captivity was like, for example some of the things he was forced to go through. >> sure, so amir's captivity in eben prison is a cold one, no heat and electricity, he suffered long bouts of isolation, purposely given lithium so they could get him addicted to him and took it away so he could experience the withdrawal symptoms. they would whip the bottom of his feet, obviously they coerced a confession out of him early on which led to his conviction in iran of espionage and they charged him with a death sentence but fortunately that was overturned and reduced through their kangaroo court system. we're just very thankful he's out of iranian soil and back on a u.s. military base in germany. >> and nick, when he meets his family and comes back you'll have a chance to talk to him again. do you feel when you look at
what happened with him and your buddy, do you feel the government has done enough to get the marines out of harm's way? >> listen, it was always a humanitarian issue with us. i speak with his sister fairly often and amir himself never really wanted to be part of a political process, never felt like he wanted to be a political pawn and we always just pushed for four and a half years since 2011 for his release on humanitarian basis. why is this american citizen being held? why is this u.s. marine being held and you know he would dictate letters over the phone to his mother and open letters to our president, to the ayatollah in iran, anybody who would listen just to seek medical care, seek time with his ailing father. that was the biggest push to get the family back together. >> i'm sure he appreciates the hard work. nick kaywork, your friend is back and we cannot wait to hear his story.
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we've got quick headlines for you on this monday morning. the publisher scholastic is pulling a controversial children's book from the shelves called "a birthday cake for george washington" roundly criticized since its release earl whier this month for its images and story of a slave. the author however says the story was meant to honor the slaves. a chilling moment for a serbian news reporter. watch this, look at that. guy flashes a gun between her
face and the camera, pointing in her direction. she just keeps cool, calm, collected, keeps reporting. the man just walked away. nobody was hurt. nearly just another day in serbia. >> wow. "strange inheritance" continues tonight, a collection of rare cars and sure to be a wild ride. >> ready to go? >> yes. >> let's do it. >> the engine turns on with a simple flip of the switch. >> first click and there you go. there you go. >> oh, slow it down, slow it down. slow it down. >> pull it back. >> i'm an excellent driver, this is like driver's ed. do you have your foot on the brake, teacher, just in case? >> i haven't jumped out yet. >> jamie survived that ride and joins us with more on tonight's story. you're having too much fun out there. >> seriously, are these heirs brave to let me try this stuff?
i'm driving tanks and model ts. that's a 1920 electric car. who knew they have battery operated cars in those days. that was a hoot. >> the model t, who knew the t stood for tesla? >> right. >> let me ask you this. in tonight's episode you're going up to boone, iowa, not far from where i was born. the family inherits 80 orphaned cars which means it's great, worth a lot of money but it takes up a lot of space and what are they going to do with them? >> they wanted to know what their father wanted them to do with them, so off i go to iowa, and i thought an orphan car, steve, full disclosure was one left abandoned on the side of the road. it turns out there were 2,000 manufacturers of cars before the depression. after the depression, less than 20. so these cars were cars that were produced in limited number, are rarely available and the
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the chair he sat in that actually he would admire his cars was at the auction. the collection was valued very high at $1 million. we had a wonderful auctioneer event, vander creek brought us this collection and second new episode on "strange inheritance" on fox business is a piece of the white house discarded on the front lawn before they had fences. someone picks it up in 1902, 100 years later the family is like what is that piece of plaster in our attic? turns out there's 17 layers of paint, we have a csi analyze it and tag it to every administration since the white house was rebuilt after the war in 1812. two special episodes. thanks for letting me bring a little sneak peek. >> strange inheritances indeed. jamie thanks very much. we'll be watching fox business tonight. appreciate it. >> we will. >> 9:00 p.m., see you then.
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change. the cashier never lost his call and helped the woman sort out all the quarters and dimes. another customer was taken aback by the man's sweet gesture and took a picture of it, posted it on facebook. it has since gone viral. >> we should respect our elders. that employee certainly did. >> it's still money, spends all the same. good for them. >> was there a dog in that shot? sounded like it. >> there's a dog in here and we'll be getting to that in a minute. >> how to train your dog effectively the glamorous way coming up. 27 minutes before the top of the hour. heather has the headlines. >> good morning to you and to everyone at home. the battle unfolding at last night's democratic debate, candidates listing their top priorities in america right now but they left one major thing out. >> should have health care for every man, woman and child as a right that we should raise the minimum wage to at least $15 an hour, that we have got to create
millions of decent paying jobs by rebuilding our crumbling inf infrastructu infrastructure. >> creating more good jobs and manufacturing, infrastructure, clean and renewable energy, raising the minimum wage and guaranteeing finally equal pay for women's work. >> -- lay out an aagenda to make wages go up for all americans rather than down. equal pay for equal work. making it easier for people to join labor unions, getting 11 million of our neighbors out of the underground shadow. >> not a single candidate mentioned the huge concern of well terrorism in the country. in the final debate before the iowa caucuses. massive protests after a police officer guns down an armed robber at a kfc restaurant. hundreds taking to the streets of st. louis shouting "no justice no peace." police say that the robber pointed his gun at the officer forcing him to fire on the
suspect who died. fellow officers calling that cop a hero. >> this act by this sergeant very courageous, because of the number of not only employees but customers who were inside. >> the officer was not injured and there's no word yet on whether he will be placed on leave. a fisherman in belize is being questioned in connection with the death of an abc news producer. the autopsy now reveals ann swaney was strangled to death while on vacation. employees at the resort where she was staying are also being interviewed. her body was found floating in a river near her resort in the kayo district a popular tourist site. she was just 39 years old. it started off great with spacex successfully blasting off the rocket from vandenberg air first base in california but then this. >> three, two, one. ignition.
and liftoff from the falcon 9 rocket. >> obviously that was the successful part but then the rocket deployed the satellite that can measure the surface of the world's oceans and the problem, about 25 minutes after takeoff, the rocket landed on a drone ship floating in the ocean but a broken landing leg caused it to tip over right there and explode. yep. those are a look at your headlines. brian, over to you. >> the panthers showing why they're the nfc number one seed and why they were undefeated to are quite a long time. >> end zone, olsen leaping catch for the touchdown! >> carolina cruises to a 31-0 halftime lead but the seahawks were champs form a reason, they almost tied it up but fall short. carolina advances 31-24. denver grounding it out against the steelers not until late in the fourth quarter did the
broncos take control. the defense won the rest. brop cos win 23-16. the final four, the afc the broncos play the patriots, the patriots come out the favorites even though they're on the road and the panthers will host the cardinals, each team playing for a shot at super bowl 50. i sense it will be patriots/panthers, that's just my idea. >> tony stewart's confrontation with a heckler is investigated by the tulsa county sheriff's office. [ bleep ]. >> multiple fans say the fan flips him off. the fan is an off duty cop it turns out. the sheriffs ainvestigators investigate whether the officer acted inappropriately. the three-time champ is always known to have a bit of a temper. >> it turns out you can teach an old dog new tricks. let's hope so. there's a right way and wrong way to do it.
celebrity dog trainer travis boorstin is here to teach us. he brought his boxer pete from of course the little rascals and jillian turner and her dogs connor and olivia. welcome back. >> thank you. >> you heard about the love story through the dogs? >> i saw the videotape there walking the dogs and the rest is history. >> right. >> who hasn't heard that? >> olivia and connor, two dogs who didn't know each other. you met your fiance. how did it come together? >> olivia ran up to alec and was calling at him, trying to tell me like look, i'm laying this out for you, you got to make it, you got to go in and make a close here. we did. we started chatting and we all lived happily ever after. >> what is harder for you two to live together or the dogs to get along? >> probably harder for the dogs to get along.
if it wasn't for them we wouldn't know each other. >> travis, like many people jillian forgot to train her dog. what does your dog do, jillian? what does your dog do, just sit in. >> sit. >> that's all we got. can you teach connor and olivia something else, that's fine. >> they're doing great right now. jillian you mentioned something olivia had a couple of issues with. >> olivia is sometimes a bad dog. our biggest problem she hates big dogs and when she sees a big dog sometimes she goes crazy. anything you could do to help with that. >> the question might be if that's the case, how are we being okay right now. >> because you're here. >> that's not what it is. i've raised the value of what i have, so dogs will go to whatever is the most exciting. >> incentive. >> absolutely and it's positive. the new training methods are about positive reward based
training. [ barking ] so we lost sight of our positive reward obviously. here you go. i wouldn't want to give her that treat when she was barking otherwise i'm rewarding the barking. now i add a couple moments of silence i can reward her behavior of being quiet. we want our dogs to do things because they see we have value and love us and respect us versus fear. >> pete is not used to being up this early. >> you think i taught him to do that that's all on his own. we have some clowns here. >> travis, pick up the pace, we only have a three-hour show. >> let's do something with connor. pete, come here. pete can go, we don't even need him. >> see you at home. >> thanks. your mom will be proud of you. with connor they had an issue of him grabbing the leash. >> still have it.
>> how do we teach him to drop it? associate the word drop it with something positive. i want to offer him something better than what's fun with the leash. i'll take this treat and put it in front of his nose and he lets go of it. them we use the word drop it at the same time as the treat. i have it here, drop it. good boy. so consistency and repetition is what it's ball. whenever do you that, they'll learn i heard the word drop it there's chicken coming. after a time you don't have to reward. >> pete's not here to keep him in line. >> he's excited. that's the other thing to remember, is in training -- >> he figured out how to do that on his own. >> the best trick. >> travis, we need you to train our dogs. >> gadogtraipers.com. >> he's with me full time from now on. >> all booked. >> thanks so much connor and olivia, appreciate it, now we
know the magic of love, a well trained dog. >> keep training short and fun. >> tell me what's coming up. >> thank you very much. come up a fox news alert. twin tornadoes striking just minutes after each other leaving death and destruction in the state of florida. we are live on the ground with a reporter coming up next. >> and what happens when the person who is supposed to be singing the national anthem gets stuck in traffic. hear this. ♪ for the land of the free and the home of the brave ♪ >> and the crowd goes wild! meet the cop who grabbed the mike and saved the day. "beth" by kiss ♪ beth, i hear you calling.♪. ♪ but i can't come home right now... ♪ ♪ me and the boys are playing.♪.
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counties destroying dozens of homes. shea lareese is live in sarasota with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: hi, good morning to you. we're getting our first daylight look at the extensiveness of the damage, the day after this tornado hit. take a look at this home at the end of bay winds lane in sarasota, florida. the roof is missing. the second floor is damaged, and right now, this is not the only thing we're seeing. if we pan across here you can see the roof of this home blue tarp covering that one. the blue tarps are dotting home after home after home on this single street. roofs shattered, yards littered with debris, cars smashed and we've seen similar scenes like this in other places as well. that ef2 tornado has left multiple counties cleaning up. you're looking at some of the videos from the hard-hit areas, and another neighboring town two people lost their lives and we can tell you the damage is
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west virginia/kansas basketball game. it happened last week. i'm talking about officer colton smith, he stepped in with five minutes' notice. ♪ o'er the land of the free ♪ ♪ and the home of the brave? ♪ >> that video as of right now has more than 110,000 views on yew tube and more on facebook. joining us is is that officer carlton smith. >> good morning. >> i watched the video. when you started to sing the song, did you say, ladies and gentlemen, the national anthem, officer carlton smith. they didn't say what had happened, did they? >> no one knew that it was an impromptu thing. they didn't have anyone else to sing and asked me to do it at the last second. >> how did they know you were there that you could sing? you're the guy from "american idol"? >> a lot of police officers working the game and knew i was down there on duty working a
detail. they had known about me being on "american idol" a few years back and i had done the national anthem at a soccer game. >> are you known as the singing cop? >> basically. people see me "you're the with unthat sings." i'll be at event, aren't you the guy who went to "american idol." >> were you nervous, did you go in your patrol car and warm up? >> i didn't have time to warm up. they gave me five minutes' notice so i kind of just walked around the concourse and they got me a bottle of water and i went. >> even though they didn't know you were the fill-in guy the applause was extraordinary. they loved it. >> i appreciate that for sure because i wasn't sure about it. >> what was your "idol" experience like. you got to hollywood. >> absolutely, i got to hollywood and half way through the week in the group round is when i got sent home. >> they got to call you back. >> j. lo, harry, if you're watching, keith urban. >> what do you think, national anthem? >> absolutely. >> ladies and gentlemen, here he
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>> he has voted with the nra, with the gun lobby numerous times. >> i don't take money from big banks. i don't get personal speaking fees from goldman sachs. >> goldman sachs paid hillary clinton over $600,000 in one year alone for speaking fees. bret baier standing by in washington for analysis. >> we were not available. we turned down that gig. sean penn breaking down his silence of his meeting with el chapo admitting his plans didn't quite work out. >> my article failed, let me be clear my article failed. >> did not solve the drug role with the article in "rolling stone." he blames himself, no, he blames you. keep in mind, mornings are still better with "friends." ♪ i need a hero, i'm holding on for a hero 'til the end of the night ♪
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across baghdad this morning, closing streets and conducting house-to-house searches looking for the americans. >> this happening on the day the u.s. imposes new sanctions over iran's weapons programs, and just as freed american hostages head home from iran, as part of a controversial prison swap. >> this deal is a really problematic deal, and it reflects a pattern we've seen in the obama administration over and over again of negotiating with terrorists, and making deals in trades that endanger u.s. safety and security. >> what the. the is doing not just with this but what he did with the castro brothers and bergdahl, he put a price on the head of every american abroad. >> this is an invitation to go and find an american, hold him hostage, come up with phony charges, hold him for a few years, humiliate the united states of america and demand something of ridiculously high value and know that as long as this administration is in power,
you're going to get it. >> this is the kind of smart diplomacy i was proud to be a part of in the first administration of president obama. the fact we put the lid on the nuclear weapons program, the fact that we got our prisoners back, i think is reason for good news. >> we're going to bring in the host of special report bret baier, thanks for joining us on monday morning as you always do. the 2016 candidates not ignoring what is going on with the prisoner swap between iran and the you state. many saying it's an invitation to take americans and put them on trumped up charges and have a swap, put a bounty on their head essentially. with this going on in iraq about the same time, do you see a connection at all as the dots could be connected? >> you know, we just don't know the details yet on who is responsible in iraq and it's just really fuzzy at the
beginning, so broadly critics of this move say it opens the door and you just heard that from 2016 candidates. it opens the door to more of this. it doesn't discourage it. that said, you know, the families of those five are ecstatic that they are out of iran in custody and dual track negotiation that took some 14 months. >> so the president by the way is going to be speaking to the secretary of state shortly but the president really seems to be taking a bow for the white house yesterday, deservedly? >> well, listen, the administration is very clear that they believe they have stopped iran from getting a nuclear weapon, that it's going to take one year to have a breakout to a nuclear bomb. there are a lot of other people who don't believe that that one year is intact and that iran can do things secretly and has been separately. the big issue is compliance and how we'll check and make sure
that they're meeting all of the obligations of the deal. israel obviously feels differently. >> all right, let's switch to domestic politics, bret, two weeks from today the iowa caucuses. last night on abc in what is probably going to be a lightly watched debate, given when it was and hillary and bernie and martin squared off. unlike the first time they went at each other. for folks who missed it and we know it's a lot, listen to the former first lady and the senator from new england spar over a myriad of topics. watch this. >> fact is, we have the affordable care act. that is one of the greatest accomplishments of president obama of the democratic party and of our country. >> what the secretary neglected to mention, not just the 29 million still have no health insurance, that even more are underinsured with huge copayments and deductibles.
>> to tear it up and start over again pushing our country back into that kind of a contentious debate i think is the wrong direction. >> it is not tearing this up. we're going to go forward. >> he has voted with the nra, with the gun lobby numerous times. he voted to let guns go on to amtrak, guns go into national parks. >> i don't take money from big banks. i don't get personal speaking fees from goldman sachs. >> that's a zing at her because she took $600,000 in speaking fees one year from goldman sachs. bret, i was reading in the "new york post" mopping the floor with hillary and talked about how mainstream democrats are hyperventilating at this hour, because bernie sanders is on the verge of perhaps winning in iowa and new hampshire. is that what you're seeing in. >> i just want to point out martin o'malley didn't make the montage either. all he wanted was 30 seconds. just 30 seconds. >> too bad.
>> yes for ten seconds -- >> we're going to a commercial. he didn't get it from lester holt. >> i think bernie sanders had a good night. >> yes. >> listen, both of them, hillary clinton and bernie sanders had moments. bernie sanders on wall street, fighting back on health care. from a progressive point of view, where the democratic party is, better than esanders did nothing that prevents his momentum from continuing it seems in iowa and new hampshire and that is a big deal for the clinton campaign. so i think that's, you know, there was a time when hillary clinton didn't even mention bernie sanders' name in this campaign. >> right. >> now the elbows are sharpened and this is the last debate before iowa and new hampshire. the democrats don't have another debate until two days after the new hampshire primary. >> it's very interesting. i saw the new york times said 11 anonymous sources, higher ups in the hillary clinton camp that are faulting their strategy, hillary strategy not destroying
bernie before he got all this momentum. they made another huge tactical error and again, it's hillary clinton's camp going at each other. >> yes, and that's not something you ever want to see in the press is somebody leaking about internal battles and that has happened before and the time it happened before, 2008, and right before the iowa caucuses. >> bret on the other side of the aisle the glofds caves came off the krmp krmp and senator ted cruz truce and over the weekend donald trump saying on one of the sunday shows ted cruz is a nasty guy and ted cruz came out with a tweet video asking americans to look at this, donald trump speaking fondly of the clintons. we had donald trump on the program earlier, here's how he responds. >> ronald reagan when he was younger was a pretty strong liberal and became quite conservative, not the most but quite conservative and did become a great president and ronald reagan, you'd have to ask
the same exact question of him. before i was a politician to be honest my views changed and everybody's views changed. if you look at krds krz he was very we ted cruz he was weak on immigration and now all of a sudden saying let's go a wall. i said where did that come from? everybody thought my wall idea wasn't so good and now all of a sudden they're saying let's build a wall. >> who is winning this back and forth? >> well, it's kind of a tie i think. ted cruz is making some points, started with new york values that ended up backfiring it seemed at the debate but in iowa, that is kind of planting the seed about some things that donald trump has said before in positions he's had before on interviews that will certainly be playing in iowa soon. but trump pushing back he is where he is now. he owns it, and that authenticity that i think is
scoring with people no matter his past on different positions. >> sure. at this point the conventional wisdom is, who is going to win in iowa? >> it all comes down to ground game. we talked about that many times. it really does, and iowa decides late. these polls leading up to now, it really does not matter, because a lot of people in iowa caucus goers decide within the last two weeks. >> right. today. >> who goes to the house in the middle of winter and stands up. >> the person who ran john mccain's campaign said if donald trump wins iowa he is unstoppable and the entire establishment candidates are all pulling for cruz. have you heard fthat? >> i haven't heard that but cruz has changed the stat news washington. he was persona non grata among the leadership and establishment but now that he's battling
donald trump in iowa, i think he's gotten a different look. i do think that the other candidates, the bush, rubio, kasich, christie, if new hampshire happens and one of them comes to second place, let's say, the others will probably have to rally behind that person to give him a shot. >> iowa, two weeks from today. bret baier thank you for joining us live. secretary of state john kerry will join news a couple of minutes. first heather childress showing us breaking news. >> good morning to everyone at home. debris found floating off the north coast of oahu, hawaii, may be all that is left of two marine helicopters that collided over the pacific ocean on friday. the coast guard says that debris is consistent with the type of chopper those two groups were flying during a nighttime training mission. rescue crews expanded their search to cover nearly 20,000 miles. 12 marines remain missing.
a desperate search under way after a flight attendant goes missing. 33-year-old sierra shield went to laguardia airport in new york city, quit her job at delta and not heard from since. police found her phone and her wallet at her apartment but no sign of her. friend and family say shields had not been acting like herself lately but she was not the type to run away. >> and new overnight, passengers forced to walk on the rails at newark liberty airport after the power goes out. look at this video posted to twitter and shows an airline official going to get the passengers and escorting them on a long and risky detour to the terminal on the elevated tracks. the power went back on a few hours later. and those are a look at your head lines so far today. back to you. >> you want the power off if you're walking on the tracks you want power off. >> you don't want it off to begin with. >> exactly, stay in the train. >> thanks so much. 11 minutes after the hour. coming up on "fox & friends" a
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we've got a fox news alert for you right now. day of violence against police officers, three separate attacks this morning. >> all this as we are supposed to be remembering the peaceful message of dr. martin luther king jr. >> we've been follow all three of the shootings. >> a rash of officer-involved shootinged overnight and early this morning on the eve of celeb operating one of the greatest american civil rights activists. first in danville, ohio, officer tom cotrel found shot to death with his gun and cruiser stolen. police were able to arrest his accused killer after a brief foot chase earlier this morning. events that led up to the shooting are unclear at this point. another officer gunned down when a traffic stop went wrong in
utah. when several people tried leaving the scene, officer doug barney took chase. this man, corey lee henderson, opened fire on officer barney, shooting him in the head. the fellow officers caught up to the suspect and another gunfire broke out, that one left the suspect dead. the woman who was with him still on the run this morning. and finally a police officer gunned down an armed robber at a st. louis kfc restaurant after the man pointed his gun right at the cop. the officer is fine but the shooting has sparked black lives matter protests against the officer. and last night, hillary clinton fueling the fire against america's law enforcement, listen. >> there needs to be a concerted effort to address the systemic racism in our criminal justice system. >> earlier this morning, we spoke to martin luther king jr.'s niece elvita king about clinton's comments. here's what she says >> that does exist but there are so many ways to alleviate that
without stirring up fear for playing to the base and stirring up emotions and the police officers are usually really helpful in the community. they're there to protect the community and all of that, so to continue to make those emotions so raw, that's a problem. >> and the third officer i mentioned earlier from st. louis, authorities say surveillance video is being used in that investigation. anna, brian, steve, pack to you. >> all right, lea gabriele, thank you very much. didn't see that coming for today. coming up straight ahead, was wimbledon fixed? the serious allegation that could involve some of the top tennis players in the world. plus we have our questions for secretary of state john kerry over whether the hostage swap with iran is really a success. he joins us next. ♪ live to washington next. dollar . that's why i have the spark cash card from capital one. i earn unlimited 2% cash back on
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quick monday morning headlines for you. the australian open gets under way amid reports of match fixing, running rampant this morning. investigators accusing gamblers of calling up famous tennis stars and offering them money to rig their matches at huge tournaments like wimbledon. tennis officials denying this went on. we'll keep you posted. one the most hated men in america is speaking out, the former pharmaceutical executive, martin shkreli, famous for jacking up the price of the hiv drug by more than 5,000%, overnight he is claiming his innocence and saying that a majority of people don't actually hate him at all. >> when i do find someone like that, almost always invariably they end up being supportive. for all the hated most hated man in the world can't find somebody
who hates him. >> shkreli claims the drug price hike is why he was arrested. fox news alert now, beginning of the end of a nightmare for americans held in iran. three of them on their way back to freedom right now, after an historic and controversial swap of iranian prisoners. >> this is surely a victory for the men and their families. was the swap ultimately a victory from the iranian president and how does this affect our future relations with iran? >> secretary of state john kerry jounz joins us live from the state department in washington, d.c. good morning to you, mr. secretary. >> good morning to you. >> before we get started about the iran deal i wanted to ask you about the three american contractors who have gone missing in iraq. what can you tell us? >> i can just tell you that we are in very direct contact with the iraqi authorities. we have a good sense of what may have happened, the people following up on it and that's all i can really say at this time. there is a very full effort going to find them as soon as
possible. >> it does sound like they were kidnapped, doesn't it? >> i'm not going to get into the circumstances of what may or may not have happened except to say we have pretty strong indications of where this might have emanated from and we're working hard with the iraqi authorities and hopefully we can secure their release. >> again, mr. secretary, as far as the iran deal goes, what a blessing for the four families and an answer to prayers, but some have said this is a bad deal, four innocent americans for seven criminals and giving clemency to 14 on the interpol list. senator marco rubio had this to say about the iran deal. >> what the president's now doing not just with this but with the castro brothers and what he did with bergdahl, put a price on the head of every american abroad. >> does he have a point, mr. secretary? >> i think he's running for
president, if i've been following the news correctly, and so i'm really going to just address the reality of what took place here. the fact is that we had people that we felt were wrongfully held and wrongfully convicted and then imprisoned in iran, and we also had some people here who had committed violations of sanctions law. we were about to lift the sanctions, and many of those people who had been in prison, we had enforced the law and convicted them and done what we needed to do to enforce the sanctions but several of them, a good number were months away, just literally a few months away from getting out anyway, so we don't feel like we traded something that was critical with respect to a principle. we enforced the law, put them in jail. we also kept the sanctions in place and then we lifted them when the terms of the agreement were met and we thought it was appropriate to get our people home. that was critical.
and i think we did this by the way, iran asked for many of the people, they asked for people with criminal records. we didn't touch any of them. they said no we will not let anybody out who committed murder, any terrorist, anybody else. these are people with sanctions violations. so we feel very comfortable that the united states of america held onto its principles, got its people home, kept the faith with them and i do not believe we have invited further situations any more than everyday that unfortunately is part of the reality of life on a global basis but nothing here encourages it, believe me. >> by almost all accounts i think you'll agree with me that these americans who have dual citizenship in some of the cases were wrongly jailed and we found out about an hour ago they were being tortured in prison through forced addiction and being slapped on the bottom of their feet. in the big picture people see eight criminals convicted, and
we see five americans who were wrongly jailed and we don't see that that is being equal. >> well there is no equivalency in terms of what they were being held for, you're absolutely correct. we never asserted that. there is no owe quif lency whatsoever between someone in the united states violating the law and being imprisoned and people wrongfully held. the issue is how do you get them home? some of them faced sentences up to 2021, 2022, jason rezaian a longer sentence. the question is if you get them out, there had to be some component of exchange and what we gave up we believe were people about to get out anyway and people that we couldn't get our hands on. so i just don't agree. i think there is a rectitude in what we achieved. we kept our principles. the sanctions, by the way, we will continue to sanction if there is activity that is
inappropriate. sanctions remain in place for human rights, for arms trafficking, for missiles, and we will continue to enforce that, as you have seen the president has done. >> right, and in fact over the weekend this country has put new sanctions on the country of iran after those ballistic tests of missiles in october. mr. secretary there's a story out there that apparently the iranian foreign minister called you up and said that if you were to put these sanctions on earlier, it's going to screw up this prisoner swap thing. >> no. >> that was a report in reuters. you're saying that didn't happen. >> no, he never called me up to suggest that and we had conversations about the tracks but these tracks were separate. we almost had these folks out several months ago, and then there was a snag that occurred and delayed things. >> the time looks a little suspicious. >> well what can i say?
we were not going to waste any time getting them home. >> so just a coincidence in. >> that is absolutely a coincidence. >> hmm. >> we as i say, with he almost had them out, with he had an agreement i thought in principle two months ago and then there was a difference of opinion over the meaning of something. we had to work that through over the course of the next month, but this was a separate track and we kept it separate very distinctly. i might add that it was, and it's important for people to note that we were lifting sanctions as a result of the iranians walking back their nuclear program, making the world safer, allowing inspectors in, destroying their centrifuges, their reactor and indeed, there was going to be a lifting of sanctions there and it made sense for us to link sanctions related offenses which were about to expire anyway and be released to the release of our people who had years ahead of them in jail.
i'm convinced we got what can be considered to be an appropriate agreement for the united states of america and our people are home and thank god for that. >> mr. secretary, were you as outraged as most americans to see the video of our ten sailors on their knees with their hands behind their head and did you know that when you addressed the american people about their release? >> no, i did not know it at that point in time but yes, i was furious about it and i immediately contacted my counterpart and we indicated our disgust at tha thing. it was clear that it did not come from the ministry of foreign affairs. it was something i think the military over there released on their own, and it was very, very unfortunate, inappropriate and as a former sailor, and member of the military, i was infuriated by it and i expressed that very directly to my counterpart. >> john kerry joining us today
from the department of state in washington, d.c., mr. secretary, thank you very much for giving us the time here on fox today. >> have a nice day. >> thank you. >> thank you. thanks very much. >> you bet. coming up straight ahead -- >> well the gloves came off for hillary clinton and bernie sanders, when they were debating last night. >> he has voted with the nra, with the gun lobby numerous times. >> i don't take money from big banks. i don't get personal speaking fees from goldman sachs. >> ooh, ben! ed henry was there and joins us live from charleston, south carolina, coming up next. they are champions on and off the football field. high school football team coaching special needs athletes, creating an unbeatable bond. we're live with both teams come up with their inspiring story next. ♪ this is gonna be the best day of my life, my life ♪ ♪song: "that's life"
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and for details, visit jardiance.com. well the gloves came off in the first democratic debate of 2016 the last time-sharing the stage before the final first votes are cast. iowa is two weeks from today. the focus, hillary clinton versus bernie sanders, two taking on gun control, health care and wall street which according to mr. sanders is rigged. >> ed henry was at the debate and joins us live from south carolina. you've been watching the race so closely. what is your biggest takeaway? >> reporter: bernie sanders timely showed up. remember the first debate in vegas he basically said i don't care about your e-mail. he didn't want to get into the whole server issue, the fbi investigation, the second and third debate, maybe he was warming up. this time he came in with a head of steam, he has momentum.
he's suddenly within two points in iowa. he's up big in some polls in new hampshire. hillary clinton is on defense, and so bernie sanders brought in his "a" game. listen to this bite. >> so what my first days are about is bringing america together, to end the decline of the middle class, to tell the wealthiest people in this country that yes, they are going to start paying their fair share of taxes and that we are going to have a government that works for all of us and not just big campaign contributors. >> the point is that time and time again last night, bernie sanders was trying to tap in to the anger that trdonald trump h tapped into in the republican debate. hillary clinton was talking about pragmatism, what we can get done, reaching across the aisle. bernie sanders is trying at least to do what donald trump is doing on the right. >> is there a sense in clinton camp it's deja vu all over
again? i'm seeing the story over the weekend in the "new york times" about 11 different anonymous sources starting to point fingers at each other, could have stamped out the bernie sanders mania before it got started. they didn't. they didn't take him seriously. now it seems to be a familiar pattern. >> right, and you know what is fascinate being that story in the "new york times" democrats close to the clinton campaign taking shots at the democratic national committee for the truncated debate schedule over the weekend nobody is watching. why did they do that, to protect the front-runner hillary clinton. everyone's known that for months. now the clinton campaign when they're down is saying well we want more debates now because hillary clinton they think is a good debater. so all of that flips around. here is where not to just say hey bernie sanders had a great night, where bernie sanders is vulnerable, as he rises in the polls and we learn more details about his plan as a socialist, let's not beat around the bush,
hillary clinton was kicking on that last night. quick example right before the debate he released details of his health plan. how will he pay for it, at least five different taxes, a payroll tax for your employer that will be passed on probably to the consumer, expanding the estate tax and if you make more than $10 million this might kill me, for example, 52% is what bernie sanders wants for income tax, he's coming after you, brian. >> absolutely. the thing is, when he talked about it, he did talk about guns and bernie tends to be more siding with republicans when it comes to guns and that's what hillary clinton is trying to beat him up with. >> right, and that's a vulnerable no doubt for bernie sanders, that he had been more in the middle on some gun control measures. he pushed back and said no, i'm left and nra can't stand me. here is another big issue is that hillary clinton time and time again last night threw her arms around president obama and
listen to what she said for example right here on the affordable care act, obamacare, listen. >> we have the affordable care act that is one of the greatest accomplishments of president obama, of the democratic party and of our country. the republicans voted last week to repeal the affordable care act and thank goodness president obama vetoed it and saved obamacare for the american people. president obama has led our country out of the great recession. i'm very proud of the iran nuclear agreement. i was very pleased to be part of what the president put into action when he took office. >> ed, final thoughts? >> big point there she's wrapping her arms around president obama, this debate was cosponsored by the congressional black caucus. they're preparing for the possibility of losing iowa new clinton camp.
plaque votes could help her win primary but wrapping her arms around general obama could be a problem, in the general election, syria, libya, iran. >> she's perhaps trying to get president obama involved with her. ed henry, thanks so much. >> reporter: great to see you guys. it's now time for some news and heather childress joins us today. >> yes it is, hello to you and good morning to everyone at home. ban on donald trump? today british lawmakers plan to discuss a petition to keep the gop presidential candidate from traveling to the uk. more than half a million people signed a petition kickstarting the conversation trump calls for the u.s. to temporarily ban muslims, that sparking the outcry. we are told there will be no vote today. federal aid flowing into flint, michigan. president obama signing an order for emergency funds to help with the tap water crisis there involving lead contamination. now michigan's attorney general is also investigating a deadly legionnaire's outbreak in the
city that began back in 2014. ten people have died as a result and here's the thing, that is the same year that the city switched its water source to save money. authorities now trying to determine if there is, in fact, a connection. and cleanup efforts under way today after more extreme and deadly weather in florida. three ef2 tornadoes slammed two different counties near tampa, destroying dozens of homes, two people were killed, at least four children were injured. winds clocking in at 127 miles per hour, knocking down trees and power lines. at one point more than 100,000 homes were without power. that's a look at your news headlines so far. i understand you guys will be talking about some football, some high school football but congratulations to my panthers. >> yes you do. >> right there with you. see you. even brian's rooting for the team. >> i picked the team throughout. 19 minutes before the top of the hour. they're champions on and off the football field.
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we almost had these folks out several months ago, and then there was a snag that occurred. >> but the timing, mr. secretary, looks a little suspicious, you know -- >> well, what can i say? we were not going to waste any time. >> so it's just a coincidence? >> that is absolutely a coincidence. >> here is reaction fox news legal analyst peter johnson jr. >> here's my reaction. what? this is why bernie sanders and donald trump are to be so well in the primary race throughout the united states. people hear the upside down louis carroll strange, bizarre take on it there's no connection between paying $150 billion and then getting our hostages back. it's a reality check,ry kick it kug ridiculo ridiculous. this is a feckless strange foreign policy, john kerry, hillary clinton, barack obama, so we're going to pay $150 billion and then announce
yesterday we're going to pay another $1.7 billion to these iranians based on a deal we did with the shah that somehow they're responsible for and that we owe them $1.7 billion. at the same time, americans were killed in beirut, then families had to go to the u.s. supreme court to get relief against iran. so we couldn't butt any of these things up in the long negotiation with john kerry, who four years ago said that iran has the right to uranium enrichment. well he got that in this particular deal. so come on no coincidence? of course it's not, no. >> is this all about the president's legacy? we're in the -- >> no, this is about wheel of fortune. it's a wheel of fortune foreign policy. in "wheel of fortune" you buy vowels. here we buy back hostages and say somehow it's a great coup in terms of negotiation. this is part and to be more
serious it's truly a 13-hour foreign policy. i watched the movie yesterday, same thing. get nothing, claim everything and americans die and there are hostages in the end. >> peter johnson, thank you, sir. >> good to see you. coming up on this monday, they're champions on and off the field, a high school football team coaching special needs athletes on their time off. both teams join us live with their inspiring story and brian outside next. when your cold makes you wish... ...you could stay... ...in bed all day... ...you need the power of... new theraflu expressmax. new theraflu expressmax. the power to feel better.
can he pull it off? the and the money we owe to iran. head scratcher. the president and john kerry said we got a sweet tedeal here. we'll talk about that as well. we'll see you at the top of the hour. brian, back to you. >> all right, thanks a lot. it's not what you expected to see from an average high school football team. the knowledge conference champs on their take time out of their busy schedules twice a team to coach a team with special needs athletes and taught them an important lesson about football and life that made them great people, better than they normally would have been at this aim. i'm joined by the coach of the point pleasant panthers, sean henry over there, and we're also joined by the, the, we have the challengers and the pirates and the panthers. >> correct. >> thanks for getting this, applause for yourself for coming out. [ applause ] so tell me about how you teamed
up with the high school squad to make the pirates and panthers one team. >> basically what it boiled down to is the kids needed a place to play we didn't have a place to play. i hooked up with the ayf organization out of point pleasant and getting a program together and i called the first night and said come to a meeting, we're going to start. i got there and i met sean and said how are we going to play, where are we going to play at? sean steps in and says you can play my kids and you can play on my field under my lights in the stadium. >> the high school team gets to play with their celebrities, sean and celebrities for the high school team and challenged athletes are here, playing flag and become your coaches. >> they had no idea, what do we do. coach al, coach scott, coach dan, we had no plan but i knew the type of kids we had and that they would take control and it's been unbelievable, family
experience. >> what is your name? >> my name is derrick and i play sports for years for the panthers. >> you love playing with these guys, right? >> yes. >> absolutely. >> they kick our butts every weekend. >> all right. hey, kyle. hey, kyle, connor. >> right here, right here. >> all right, justin need to go deep, all right, deep? matthew go deep. you guys say still, all right? let's go. [ whistle ] >> we've got the ref. kyle, step over here. >> oh! >> all right so what's your name? >> my name is kyle ryan.
>> kyle, you've been with the program for how many years now? >> i was with the challenger program for three years. we started my sophomore year. >> what does it do to play with these players? >> it gives me inspiration and to see how much adversity they go through and still come out here every week with a smile on their face is truly inspiring. [ cheers and applause ] >> what's your name? >> austin richard. >> austin, what is it like, the pirates are allowed with your team at halftime, right? >> yes, they're great kids all of them. we love them. >> you got to block them. all right. >> and how do you make time for these guys? >> it's no problem making time, saturday or sunday mornings we're all football so it's a nice hour to come out and enjoy our buddies. after practice even better. >> guys bring it in. >> bring it in guys, bring it in, bring it in. >> give yourselves a round of applause, great job, guys. good job pirates, great job
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school student, that's the number one thing when you think of sean penn. >> that was a long time. >> married madonna, got divorced. >> thanks for joining us today. we'll see you back here tomorrow. >> bye, everybody. by the americans languishing in an iranian prison beginning their journey home. but three more americans apparently missing in baghdad. martha: good morning. the americans are let out in exchange for seven iranians being held in the united states for violating sanctions. our people headed to the u.s. military base for medical evaluation, very happy for all of their families. three of the freed americans were on that fight including the