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♪ hi, friends. good morning. today is saturday, the 267th of march, 2016. this is a fox news alert. another possible terror attack foiled and it's all caught on police corner a man on a crowded train platform holding a woman hostage with what looks like a bomb. we are live with the very latest. >> team obama says its attacks against isis are working and here is how we know. >> the reason dash is resorting to actions outside of the middle southeast revenue sources are dwindling and fleeing. >> we're doing such a good job they are blowing up airports. the latest on their brilliant strategy coming
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up. >> and he has millions of fans. >> the rock is cooking. >> oh, yeah. but is the rock cooking up a run for office? it's interesting. i know here with tucker and anna. it's great mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪ >> we're going to play guess the flavor of that peep. happy easter, everybody. we have blend of easter fun. easter favorite and peep mobile as you see is here. our set is nice and decorated with flowers today thank you for urban scents
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for that. >> we want to thank pete hoekstra for taking time on a saturday to be here. >> anna, what is it. >> we will get right to this. new terror. a suspected backpack bomber taken down. >> the hunt is on for at least two suspects in tuesday's deadly attacks. john huddy joins us live in brussels with the latest. john? >> were tucker, anna, and pete, the hunt as you said continues for those suspects as the raids do as well, and as there continues also behind me a security presence throughout the city, throughout bustles, there are soldiers guarding and on guard at many of the metro stops and, of course, the tram stops where that dramatic' takedown occurred. we were there, as a matter of fact, we got there 10 minutes after it started. in fact, we arrived there
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when we heard a bang. controlled detonation. i will get to that in a moment. what we know is police surrounded a man at the tran stop in scar beak about 15 minutes on the outsecurities of brussels. they shot him in the leg. he was a suspect. they received information from him after taking down a paris terrorist suspect thursday night. they surrounded the guy, they shot him in the leg, shattering the glass of the protective weather covering at that tram stop. then police moved in they pulled dramatically a little girl to safety. you see that in the video as well. moved, in they sur rounded the man, guns drawn and doing a controlled detonation of his bag. everybody heard that bang. everybody went oh no and then we saw that everything was under control that said, the airport we're finding out now and, again, as this remains for two suspects
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from those bombings, the airport here remains shut down at least through tuesday. we just got word about that as security remains high, again, at many of the transportation stops. pete, anna, tucker, back to you guys. >> all right, john huddy live in brussels there for us. that's good news they were able to thwart that but more questions swirling this morning about how well brussels, belgium in general is equipped to handle this terror problem. we have talked about how they have privacy rules between 9 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. you can't go in and raid a place because of privacy rules? are you kidding me? now we are learning that salah abdeslam he was the logistics guy the mastermind behind the paris attacks who was captured of about a week ago. when he was interrogated he was only questioned about an hour or two and instead of asking him about imminent threats like potentially stopping what we just saw at the airport and at the metro station they went in chronological order and asked him about what happened in november and
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paris and now he ain't talking no more. >> they never asked him anything, as they said about imminent attacks, are you planning anything else he says he doesn't feel like talking anymore. >> if you feel like you are at war and under siege, you ask questions that are relate to do that. if you feel like it's a police action and try to build a case about something that happened before. let's start where it began. if it's imminent you are asking questions immediately. he was questioned one hour between when he was captured and this attack. he should have been on all day the. the problem is the terror authorities in europe are not prepared for this. >> the more you learn about how they handled this and how shocking it is. team obama is reassuring the united states everything sunday control. the secretary of state has been in belgium the last couple days. he gave a couple remarks yesterday designed to calm all of us down. they have got it under control. here is john kerry in europe yesterday. >> as the dragnet begins to close in in various places around the world,
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unfortunately we may see some lone wolf attacks. as a whole, dash is being disseminated. >> the very reason that dash is resorting to actions outside of the middle east ask that it's fantasy of a caliphate is collapsing before their eyes. >> its revenue sources are dwindling and its fighters are fleeing. >> just to translate here, the secretary of state is telling us that the attacks on the brussels airport on tuesday are a sign that we are winning because their caliphate is under attack in iraq and syria. >> try telling that to the victims' families. >> the exact opposite is true. the whole point of the war on terror is to protect the west. western targets. who cares about their caliphate, what we care about is us is western europe and the united states under attack. >> when a terrorist organization takes control of a state and seeks to
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export it, the quicker you don't get rid of it the longer it metastasizes. not only is it iraq and syria now it's across north africa and doorstep of libya. >> why is it bad? it threatens the physical safety of our citizens and citizens of europe. that's the goal to protect us. >> the group that hates everything that has to do with the west and western culture. but i think what secretary of state kerry was trying to say there was this is good news that we hit the isis finance minister, one of the number two guys in isis. he was taken out in elite forces. >> this is definitely good news. we took out isis's number two in a daring special operations raid in eastern syria. they didn't drone him. they went after him on a targeted raid. he decide to do shoot back when helicopters full of special operators are coming at you, so they killed him
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and that's a good thing they are trying to point to a few things like this and say they are wishing the war. i want to see progress. we all want to see progress. if we knew where this guy was and could have gone after him earlier we waited until after brussels? where is the urgency. >> i'm impressed we did this and ominous for them we know where they're and kill them. we are ignoring the biggest story of the year, maybe the last 20 years and that's the off and on invasion of europe by people from outside europe who potentially pose a threat. some 2 million migrants coming into germany in the last 12 months. what percentage of those pose a threat? i don't know. why isn't the u.s. government putting pressure on merkel and other european leaders to halt the flow it is a threat to us. >> you makes you realize multiculturalism may not be the best thing like we have seen in europe and make sure something in united states continues. >> for kerry to say isis is
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being disseminated. it's the slow growth that isis has had that has created that crisis pushing millions of refugees. isis hasn't been able to deal with. >> deck can't liberalism in the west that has allowed this to happen in the first place. when 2 million people show up on your doorstep and say we are coming in you have the right to say no. it's your country. our leaders think well we can't say no. actually, yes, we can. >> that's why i are seeing a lot of governors say not in my state. friends, we are following a lot of other stories making headlines, switch gears and go to this at 9 manipulates after the hour on saturday morning. a hard landing in paradise. a jetblue plane slams into the runway into the bahamas after a gear issue and it's all caught on tape. the flight from washington, d.c. reported landing gear issues just as it was getting ready to touch down.
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can you see the plane nose diving and skidding into the runway. thankfully no fire broke out and no one on board was injured. and an again detained in north korea has confess to do spoiing. kim tongue cha admitted he spied for them. we do not know if those words were coerced by north korea. he called the acts shameful and also pleaded for mercy. he was reportedly detained last october. this comes nine days after u.s. tourist otto was sensed to 15 years in prison hard labor after he cop fess to do trying to steal a propaganda banner that crime was caught on tape. crime caper right out of the film gone in 60 seconds. tampa police are now looking for a brazen crew of 10. broke into a car dealership and made off with at least 8 cars. can you see two of the guys in the office scrounging around looking for a box of car keys.
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well, they all pile into the lot and then they jump into various cars damaging around 14 of them and they cause a traffic jam as they try to leave. only two of the stolen cars have been found. so far but zero arrests. and the sweet 16 is in the books. for the lead rebounded and put back up and in. syracuse has grabbed the lead. >> syracuse outlasting gonzaga in the final seconds 63-06 win to make into the elite 8. and virginia coasting into the first final 8 appearance with a win over iowa state. matchups kansas will play villanova for the south regional title and in the west it's oregon taking on oklahoma. then tomorrow in the east it's north carolina, notre dame, and virginia and syracuse in the midwest. those are your headlines. >> where is rick? >> where is rick this morning?
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>> auto show. >> he is at the auto show. >> he found the right spot. >> i did find the right spot. yeah, new york international auto show is back. i will be showing you all the great cars this morning. coming up next hour the best cars you can get at different price ranges as you are heading out maybe this weekend or with all the new cars that are about to come out. greatpf stuff. right now let's talk a little bit about the weather. lots going on in the weather world this week and a lot more coming on this week. so everybody needs to be prepared and obviously tomorrow easter. rain showers right now across much of florida. that's going to continue for today. i shouldn't say much of florida but north florida and that's going to be the worst of it huge snow storm across denver. more snow in clompleted. denver interstate 2 a very careful driving out on that road today. i could see at some point that's going to be closed. the west, you are looking great. the southwest whole el nino going to bring so much trin
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california and southern arizona is not going to happen. you will remain dry. temperaturewise today take a look at this, warmer air across the eastern half of the country, that's going to be the case again for tomorrow. temps into the 70's across that mid mississippi river valley and along with that the potential for severe weather for easter. we will talk more about that folks need to be prepared but it looks like some of the easter egg hunts, guys will have to happen indoors and not outdoors. >> look under a blanket of snow maybe. >> put on a jacket. >> all right, thanks, rick. we appreciate it coming up, brussels in paris may just be the beginning. new reports claiming at least 400 isis fighters are hiding in europe and ready to strike. how do we stop the spread of thai before it spills over into the u.s.? >> and if you could sell your kidney for cash, would you do it? most americans, amazingly say oh yeah, i would. >> i don't know.sx be
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five more suspects arrested in raids last night as terror sweeps continue in several european countries. this, as we learn one of the suicide bombers in belgium helped produce the deadly explosive vests in the paris attacks. isis has trained 400 fighters to spread throughout europe. is it time for europe to rethink its counter terrorism strategy. national security expert aaron cohen is a special forces operator and founder of ims security consultants. thanks for joining us this morning. >> thanks for having me. >> we see cells already in europe they are trying to react to these attacks. they seem to be behind the curb. what are they not doing on counter terrorism that they need to be doing to address this threat. >> first thing they are not doing is intelligence correctly. what belgium needs to do and
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what many, i believe, of the uppermean nations need to do, guys is, reformat -- strip down and reformat their intelligence-gathering capabilities. the reason why is because the intelligence gathering is and will always be the single most important part of the counter terrorism strategy, if that's what you are going for. are you want four points. that means collecting data and then properly assessing or analyzing the data. you need to find out where those pockets of terrorist cells are located. that's number one. obviously belgium failed here as we saw. >> aaron, tell me. this how does salah abdeslam not ask himaptured finally about future plots and how do they only talk to him for an hour? how broken is it? >> it's extremely broken. and what's causing the major leak here or the breakage is the european laws that disable the uppermean security agencies.
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and for this particular case, the. [speaking foreign language] intelligence services in belgium. the laws in europe are designed to help the immigrants and protect them as opposed to being able to extract information from them in an interrogation. they have more rights and more protected than the actual citizens of that union, which is scary. >> so interesting. whereas the nypd and others have had access to newer updates to counter terror law. in europe they seem to be lagging behind. what more should the united states be doing more to aid european officials? >> i think the united states is on the right track. what they need to do is they need to help all of the european countries that are having these intelligence failures by almost teaching them the re-craft of intel gathering. the other thing will be that these europe mean nations would have to bolster their paramilitary and swat capabilities. we have seen a lot of the
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belgian swat forces reacting. that's reactionary to the capture of salah abdeslam. in be -- expand probably get updated training for swat units and be able to make sure that they are trained and have the right type of equipment to be able to conduct counter terrorist specific raids which are -- it's not like we have seen the movies whole way to do room entry and training. >> aaron cohen you have done this yourself and wise words to police forces in europe that seem to be reacting at this point. aaron cohen, thank you very much for joining us this morning. >> thank you so much for having me. >> you got it all right. ted cruz and donald trump facing off in what's been dubbed the cuban mistress crisis. headline writers, they got that one did. these two candidates finally go too far bringing their wives into the fray? this debate next. e group. i wore lederhosen.
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that will do it every time. donald, you are a sniveling coward and leave heidi the hell alone. >> sniveling coward. not much ambivalence in that. trump is now facing backlash over his actions. should he be criticized for defending his wife? was she really attacked? here for a fair and balanced debate, deputy communications director ben carson's campaign. a "the washington post" opinion columnist. welcome to you both. >> thank you. >> to you first, is this really a proportionate response in the anti-trump super pac sends out this photograph of melania trump looking pretty as far as i could tell and it was a picture from gq magazine. is that really an attack? >> in utah it certainly was and it was meant to be and a lot of people believe that it took votes away from trump. i think the larger point is the donald was standing up for his wife. he didn't appreciate the wife as a target. and you certainly would hope that a candidate running for president, the highest office in the land would actually defend his wife.
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>> right, except it's hard to sees a an attack because it ran in gq with her knowledge and apparently approval. why is it an attack to reprint. >> the ad said above the picture or below the picture do you actually want this woman to be your first lady or something like that. that certainly wasn't flattering and the goal was to get folks in utah perhaps the mormon voters to vote against trump for that reason. >> it was an anti-trump -- i'm sure that's right. catherine, trump is being denounced as sexist and he has been by both left and right. >> yes. >> i'm a little confused by that since trump clearly attacks people based on their appearance but also attacks men based on their appearance. attacked rand paul for being short. >> that's very true. but throughout his career he has made a lot of particularly pointed comments about women implying that their worth is effectively determined by how good looking they're. >> hasn't he made that same point about metropolitan. >> i don't remember him saying something. >> sure you are a little
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guy. >> he says that about rand paul. >> but he said about carly fiorina she could never be president. look at that face. implying that the qualification for president. >> why is it sexist? >> because throughout his career he has effectively determined women's worth by their looks. it's one thing to sort of rib someone for their looks. it's another thing to assume that that is the sum total of their qualification. >> throughout his career he has actually elevated numerous women to extremely senior positions in his business empire. >> that's true. but even the woman who has lauded him for giving them opportunities and promoting him have also said yeah, and in one case the woman said when i got a little bit too cocky, when i did something wrong he would hold out a photo of me when i was heavier remember this? you are not so great. >> so he is rude. if his daughter is his main policy advisor. >> soni- what. en. >> if he hates women -- >> -- i'm not saying he
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hates women. >> ted cruz is saying that. >> i'm not confusing myself with ted cruz. >> valuable apart from their appearance why is he listening to them on policy? >> it doesn't appear that he is. >> his daughter is his main advisor for the campaign. >> i don't hear a lot of policy details coming from donald trump or from any of the other candidates for that matter. >> dr. ben carson had a whole suite of policies that folks in the media really weren't interested in talking about. >> who is this benefiting exactly? >> i think. >> whose wife is better looking? who wins? >> i think it's benefiting the left. what we need to actually think about is conservatives need to get out of this paradigm that created for this us. we need to stop talking and using the language that the left uses. every time there is some kind of a brawl involving a woman the left always say this has something to do with sexism. there are certainly times when that's the case. oftentimes that is not the case. you see senator cruz yesterday saying the donald is doing this because is he
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afraid of smart women. that is actually totally absurd in this case. i think he is hitting back because he didn't like the fact that his wife was attacked it wouldn't matter what type of woman heidi is. >> the nature of the attack the counter punch if you will i think is what was problematic. it's one thing. >> cruz, is he. >> no, he attacked ted cruz's wife. >> he also attacked ted cruz. is he uncomfortable with strong men? >>. no but my point is that the nature in which he defended his own wife would attack another bystander a woman. not to attackrt ted cruz who has disavowed. >> on this particular point. >> i like strong women so i like to continue this but we can't because we are out of time. >> thank you so much. >> coming up, if you could sell your kid any for cash, would you do that? that's a depressing question? most americans would say oh yeah i would sell my kidney. the new york auto show isn't about high end cars of the future, actual cars you can afford right now. stay tuned. ♪ ♪
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♪ sugar, sugar ♪ you are my candy girl ♪ and you got me wanting you. >> hey, everybody, well easter is tomorrow and you can't have an easter basket without some peeps. >> oh, yeah. you may have noticed some new peeps on the market that have a mystery flavor. that mystery is about to be solved right here on "fox & friends" coming up. >> that's right. so, apparently, five million peeps are produced daily. that's how popular these things are. >> my dad loves peeps. >> my uncle is so in to them, too. >> you love my dad then, right? >> a peep never stops dancing. he is excited. we're exsited. >> this whole mystery flaf thing. so popular they are doing it once again this year. we are going to be doing taste testing later on in the program. >> we can't wait. can't reveal it now. >> be moving on peep dance moves. >> tucker, back to you. >> tucker, you are going to
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come out and dance later. >> i will be there. i will be dancing with the peeps. not for the first time. your headlines. a frantic search for a woman who went missing while fishing in florida judith from maine disappeared earlier this month after meeting a man at a bar. her family now says she may be in danger. her son says she has disappeared for a few times for a couple of days -- this week she shout a man who broke into her baby's bedroom. >> i think he definitely picked the wrong house. he aimed and shot at her him. >> you heard it, the two exchanged fire. her aim was as sharp as her message. she hit him multiple times before the police came she wasn't hurt and neither, thank heaven, was the baby. and then does your kidney
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>> before you say anything i just want you to know if you need a kidney you can have mine for $70,000. >> who, it turns out that's illegal, selling your organs in the u.s. is. a new study shows half of americans would strongly consider selling it for 50,000 bucks. the researchers who did the study may be time to change the law to deal with organ shortages. the question is what do you think? would you sell your body parts for cash? it's early, it's ghoul issue will we want you to email us any way. >> house of cards that deal with their? >> pretty creepy. duane the rock johnson may have created the perfect campaign slogan all the way back in his wrestling days. >> the rock i cooking. >> his fans are making a last minute push to jump
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into the presidential race on friday. the eight time wrestling champion said not yet. he tweeted out an article cool peace why i should run for president. one day the white house has a spot for my pickup truck. cross party appeal could make him an ideal candidate for 2020. no way someone in the entertainment business on television could ever make a credible run for television. >> those are your words on this saturday morning. >> not yet. the rock could be coming. stay tuned 2020. 1 million auto enthusiast could hit the big apple this week. all because of the new york international car show kicked off yesterday. >> rick reichmuth is there has the best cars for any budget. >> what if you have,h no budget those the cars i want to say not that i don't have a budget but those being cool. >> there are people in this age of trump have no budget just get whatever car they
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want. start off. if you have $25,000, i have got nick here with me and you are a car expert. >> i am. >> would he want to talk about it $25,000, what's the most car you can get? start off with a kia. when i think kia i think what i thought 10 or 15 years ago with a budget. a budget car. 25,000 you get a lot of car for this. >> they come in a long way. sport damage here. best seller. near sportage. the interior was light years from where they once were. kia has under their game inside and out. kia's head of design is actually from outy auditee. >> the compact suvs are the highest selling category of cars right now. >> going nuts. that's a technical term. >> get in to one for 25,000.
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>> i have got 35,000, you could have a jaguar now for 35,000. >> you can. >> unbelievable. it's not going to break down on you all the time. >> that's another thing we were talking about that jaguar don't let their past impact the presence too much. jaguar you think beautiful, gorgeous, sporty. other people think it's not very reline. those days are gone and to prove it they6b have a class warranty five years, 06,000 miles unlimited warranties for other things. 24/7 roadside assistance. it's a jaguar and looks really good and fantastic to dry. >> a jaguar for 35,000 is amazing. all right. we have got a $45,000 volvo and we are running out of time. it's actually $46,000 volvo. anna really wants to know about no budget. maserati for the terrorist time ever has started an suv. it's 72,000? >> yes, that's correct.
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72,000 twin turbo v 6. if you want to wait they are going to have a v 8 under the hood. this is a very, very big dole in many ways whether you like performance. maserati in your garage. >> i mean, a maserati. you think maserati i assume this is like for serious ballers. $72,000. >> you know you want to jump in. >> $72,000 that's a lot of money but it's not like $150,000. >> exactly. it's a very new field for them. not only -- just the price alone is fairly new territory. they have the sedan also -- yeah, maserati first ever suv at the show. >> this is beautiful, all right, guys, amazing stuff at the auto show. coming up next hour, we are going to show you jeep has amazing course here. didn't crash the car which was a good thing. we have the big monster cars here coming up as well. lots more. back to you guys. >> you break it, you buy it, reichmuth.
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[ laughter ] >> i will let you know. >> he has already got a maserati. coming up, easter tradition cadbury eggs. major change is coming complained about your candy. >> i love that ewy do you guey goodness. >> trouble life on the streets to leading thousands of loyal followers in prayer. master bill pruitt is here withw' an easter message everybody needs to hear.
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pastor bill is one of transformation in new book new book "make a break for it" spiritual growth. it's designed as a tool to each others how to discover their purpose. something we can all appreciate this easter weekend. joining knee now is cascade hills church in columbus, georgia bill purvis. pastor, thanks for being with us. >> hi. thanks for having me, anna. glad to be with you. >> thank you. god bless you. i understand that you are going to be sharing your personal story with your congregation tomorrow. tell me about living life on the streets and how you transformed your heart through jesus christ. >> aimless kid,w very aimless and came from a dysfunctional home. didn't know it was dysfunctional at the time. 17 years of age i tried something i had never tried before. i picked up a prostitute and wound up finding myself in a situation where it was a set-up for murder and they stabbed me three times with a butcher knife in the chest, in the throat.
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cut my jugular vein completely in half and the liver. i went out into the street, returned out. clung to a light pole and in my dying breath remembered that somebody had told me about jesus christ and so i prayed and invited him into my heart right then. somebody took me to the hospital which fortunately was only about half a block away. there happened to be a cardiovascular surgeon there on the spot. within four minutes or more i was already under surgery. coming out of that my life was changed. i took a new direction. i had a real hunger for god. and after that became a pastor. that was kind of the in a nutshell what it was about. one of the greatest things to happen to me it right at 40 years ago and i have never gotten over it since that day. >> i'm glad that you have been able to share that story with our viewers. 10,000 will be figure the pews tomorrow you expect a long way back from the 32 you started with in the 1980s. what do you attribute your
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success to and growing by 4j4(p&c@ intentionally what happened to me. when somebody told me that i needed christ and then later i had to have him, we have done the same thing. we have gone out and told people jesus and what he does and that he has risen from the dead, that he has power to change your life and he gives you hope. our people now get that. they tell their friends. they bring the people they care about and our church has grown organically like that. >> yeah. just energy i can imagine is going to be palpable in the church. christmas and easter are very often the only two sundays of the year that some people decide to go to church. how can you capital liz on their'c attendance and try to turn their hearts to wanting to be more involved throughout the year? >> our goal is when we teach people who jesus is and they begin to discover him they will want to be in church more than just christmas and easter. they will want to be there whenever they have the opportunity. they want to worship the one
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that's changed their life. we basically teach them not about church attendance or having your role somewhere have a personal relationship with je'kel. that makes you want to do things if you didn't have a role with him. >> that book is about continuing to cultivate that'. "make a break for it" pastor bill purvis, thank you for your time today. >> thank you, anna. my i didn't to be with you. >> coming up on "fox & friends weekend." the mass muslims into a small michigan town. what's it like living in a muslim dominant town in america? our pete hegseth gets a look. don't go anywhere.
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hi, friends, good morning. hundreds of refugees need europe. the first muslim majority city in america. >> i want to see how they are asimulating with the community that came before it i went there to find out. check it out. >> this is hamtramck mick michigan. 42,000, 40% are immigrants. it became the first muslim majority city in america. >> i don't see it anything other than us moving forward to better this city and this community into the new future. >> councilman is part of the new muslim majority on the city council. >> i never see myself as a muslim council member. i see myself as a council member. this is where america in reality is happening right now. you see the multitude of different cultural,
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different background, all getting along. >> in hamtramck schools students speak 27 different languages, young muslims here dress in western clothing and say they are assimilated. >> anybody who comes from overseas, this is the number one city because everything over here like it's not hard for them to live. they have have got the arabic stores. >> how did you find your way to hamtramck. >> i was born in the united states in californiaa] i moved here in '04 and '08. moved to flint and lived there until five years ago. >> why did you move to yemen. >> speak the language live it. i have got a lot of family. >> there has been over 120 arrests of isis members in the united states. is there no reason for other americans to be worried? >> always, you know, crazy people everywhere. you know what i'm saying? i think we all speak together, watch for everybody, you know. like me, if they see my brother doing something
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wrong, tell on him why is he doing this? do you know what i'm saying? >> other residents still have concerns. >> there is an element of the fear of the unknown. >> i want to grow up in a safe america and right now i don't think it is safe. >> it's not epcot center. it's not ethnic disney land. >> considers herself part of the old guard. symbol of the once dominant polish population. >> it's hard for them to watch, visually watch the city change around them. i think that that's pretty normal. >> in 1970, the polish catholic population in hamtramck was 90% even earning a papal visit from pope john paul ii in the 80's. today that polish-catholic population is plummeting, leaving some to wonder what's next. >> i wonder what's going to happen to the churches right now, too. because there is less and less people attending it. and they might end up instead of they we might end
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up with two, perhaps one. >> what you hear there, that's the islamic call to prayer. it blasts out five times day throughout the streets of hamtramck, michigan. >> the city has as many as seven mosques. more per capita than anywhere else in the country. one popular mosque is even expanding, religious leaders buying a vacant building in the heart of the city. >> churches, mosques, shouldn't be on the main drag. i 8.9v hey are happening. raise an eyebrow at all? >> yeah, kind of. because what it is, i guess, way back they want to put a church on the main drag and the city would not allow it now they are allowing it. and i don't quite agree. >> muslim leaders in denouncing religious extremism. it's not what's being said has some on edge. >> vast majority, have demonstrated out in public condemning those bhifers. that's not the root of
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islam. those extremists are not welcomed anywhere in our community. >> being optimistic i would like it think that people still can trust others. but being realistic, i know that's not always the case. >> my personal belief, i don't think they are ready to assimilate or i don't think they are ready for western culture yet. >> it was an interesting day. the residents we spoke to also say they expect the muslim population to continue to skyrocket in hamtramck because the property is cheap in some of the struggling areas in detroit. it was a very interesting exercise better than places in europe for sure. a lot of wonderful people there, but the polish population. >> one quick way to judge assimilation is burqas. did you see a lot of the burqas on the street. >> we did see them. yemenese and bangladesh. populations staying in their own pockets. isn't necessarily a ton of the community coming together. >> you might still see the steeples of the polish-catholic churches
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what you are hearing more and more is less of the bells from the churches and more of the call to prayer. >> that's exactly right. the questiony: is will the tolerance be given back to am christian community from a mostly muslim community. stick around for more "fox & friends." ut it's um... it's in a tree. i wish i was joking, mate, but it's literally stuck in a tree. (car horn honking) a chainsaw? no, no, all we really need is a tow truck. day or night, geico's emergency roadside service is there for you.
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>> makes a lot of sense to me. >> a desperate criminal tries to steal a motorcycle in the middle of broad daylight. he picked the wrong guy to mess with. combat veteran who fought back joins us live this hour. and we have a special surprise for him, too. this is going to be a fun÷f show. your mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪ [it's a beautiful life] >> it's a beautiful plaza for you out here on midtown manhattan on easter weekend on "fox & friends." we sure know how to celebrate. the peeps who he bill. mystery peeps flavor will be revealed later. we will be doing taste-testing. crafts for the kids and big thanks to urban stems for the beautiful flowers here on the set. >> where is the dancing peep? he on the loose somewhere. >> we will eat him later in the show. yum. >> have you ever had a peep?
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>> put them in a microwave like a s'more. >> low on nutrition. >> once a while is all right. >> new terror raised terror in belgium overnight backpack bombing taken down. >> john huddyins us live from brussels, belgium with the very latest. good morning, john. >> good morning, yeah, and as the hunt, tucker, anna and pete continues for those suspects, security is definitely a high presence, at least outside of this metro station here in downtown brussels. can you see that there are soldiers that are standing guard. every now and again they go downstairs on to the platform and then they stay up here standing guard. they have their rifles, of course, and we have also seen police carrying oozies in the area as well. the transportation remains limited but some of the metro stations have reopened like this one, again, in downtown. that said, let's talk about
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that tram takedown of that suspect yesterday. police surrounded the man at the transstop in scarbeak. he was a terror suspect. they received information about him tied to the paris bombings back in november. witnesses, incteájjt one woman i spoke with, and woe are there just about a couple minutes after it started. they have described him using a woman and a little girl as human shields. they shot him in the leg. shattering the glass of the weather protection there on the platform. that covering. they got the little girl out of there, very dramatic, they moved. in got the little girl, got the woman out of there. and then, again, surrounding him, guns drawn, moved, in grabbed him by the arms, dragged him away. then a robot moved. in they did a controlled detonation of his bag to make sure it wasn't loaded with explosives. that's what we heard when we showed up at the scene.
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we heard loud bang. and that's what that was. he was among others arrested during raids yesterday. in brussels. again, information that police received tied to the paris bombings and a paris suspect that was arrested thursday night and, again, there are a number of raids thursday night here in brussels as well. 6 people arrested. all of them tied in one way or another to tuesday's attacks or at least an overall terrorist cell network having to do with here and also the paris bombings. with that said two suspects remain at large. transportation, as i said, is limited. there is a security presence, obviously. and we are also hearing, pete, anna, and tucker, that the airport here in brussels will romaine closed through tuesday. guys, back to you. >> reportedly tourists are just fleeing the area. they don't want to have anything to do with it right now. >> you can imagine the economic impact insurability everything else and closing a major international airport for a week? they really are -- the
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terrorists are succeeding when they do that yet, the obama administration is reassuring us this is a sign they are losing. secretary of state john kerry has been in belgium since tuesday. he gave a couple of statements yesterday. here are two of them. he explained the administration's strategy fighting isis. watch this. >> as the dragnet begins to close in and various places around the world, unfortunately, we may see some lone wolfa> attacks. but, as a whole, dash is being disseminated. the very reason that dash is resorting to actions outside of the middle east is that its fantasy of a caliphate is collapsing before their eyes. its revenue sources are dwindling and its fighters are fleeing. >> or spilling over into the west as we just saw in brussels and how we saw in paris and even how we saw in san bernardino here in the united states. >> everything about that was wrong. first of all this wasn't a lone wolf attack it took a lot of people and coordinated. they rented apartments
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nobody lived. in second the caliphate is not a fantasy it's totally real. they have territories that they control. third, the whole point is to prevent terror attacks like this from happening in the west. that's the whole point in the war on terror of the police state that we live. in tsa machines is to prevent this stuff from happening here. it's happening. it's not a victory. >> down play the threat. look you to november who was secretary of state before john kerry? hillary clinton. they want to win. they want to make sure everything was fine and dandy the way she left it. >> they say the caliphate is being disseminated. no it's expanding. even if we have had recent gains. take down of isis number two is great news. doesn't mean it hasn't expanded. you know about still, imminent and active cells. we talked. >> such a good point. >> they know something is so imminent. aaron cohen was on earlier a national security expert talked about how europe is unprepared. here is what he had to say. >> what's causing the majorr
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locate here or the breakage is the european laws that disable the you're mean -- european security agencies. the laws in europe are designed to help the immigrants and protect them as opposed to being able to extract information from them in an interrogation. they have more rights and more protected than the actual citizens of that union which is scary. >> think about that the migrants are more protected and have more rights than the actual citizens of those country. therefore the police intelligence sources are playing catch up. >> nobody even mentions it john kerry, knob of the world leaders assembled talking about how empathetic they are. mention the fact that europe has been invaded by 2 million new people. that doesn't play a role in this. >> sensitivity and political correctness. >> that's exactly right. you wonder why our debate goes the way it does here we see it potentially coming here. >> here is the answer that we have been having we are calling it the "new york post" is calling it the cuban mistress crisis.
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the source of major conflict between ted cruz and donald trump. yesterday, it exploded in to public. the two of them went after each other, each acausing the other of attacking one another's wife. there were allegations of affairs. the whole thing was unbelievable. here is ted cruz responding to a national enquirer report that he had affairs with five different women. >> garbage. it complete and utter lies. it is a tabloid smear. and it is a smear that has come from donald trump and his henchmen. >> so there is an actual enquirer story saying that senator cruz had extramarital affairs with five different women. he, of course, says that is just pure garbage and that donald trump had something to do with it a story planted by him. according to the daily beast, the enquirer endorsed donald trump for president. and the issue gave 10 reasons why donald trump is the only choice for the white house, so thinking
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that they have a dog in the fight so that'sn why they are doing this. donald trump, however, says no, no, no, no. he tweeted out. this i have nothing to do with the national enquirer and unlick lying ted cruz i do not surround myself with political hacks and henchmen and then pretend total innocence. >> obviously this is about politics. this is a political back and forth. interesting when someone using lyin' official press release. >> here is the problem. this debate has moved from issues to the moral qualities of the candidates. why is this a problem? it means there can be no reconciliation. the republican party is fractured. two big pieces trump and anti-trump. at some point they have to get together to defeat hillary clinton. can they now? if trump is saying ted cruz is a lying and ted cruz is saying donald trump is a an immoral dastardly figure. can they say we are on the same side fighting hillary? i don't know that they can. >> planted story from trump
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in the first place one of the mistresses is can katrina pierson. the whole thing is just. >> a lot of muddy waters. >> trump and cruz campaign about twitter. it all starts to blur together. >> talking about this garbage instead of talking about issues and hearing -- >> -- maybe the lesson is that you should keep it on the level of issues and not make it about the other person's moral shortcomings. the anti-trump people are acting like supporting trump is a moral crime. the trump people are asking like everybody else is a bad human being. i don't see any possibility of unity when this is all over. >> anti-trump pac posting using that picture which trump. >> blamed on cruz even though cruz can't control that super pac. he had to fight back. then this story comes out and this all sort of
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bubbles. >> i hope this is rock bottom and doesn't get any worse. a hard landing in paradise. a jetblue plane slams into the runway and the baum city of nassau ah/%ñ a landing gear issue and it's all caught on tape. the flight from washington, d.c. reported its issues just as it was getting ready to touch down. can you see the plane nose diving and skidding into the runway. thankfully no fire broke out and no one on board was injured; an arson may to be blame for this double-decker bus fire in south london. the fire erupting on the top deck of the bus sending a black plume of smoke into the sky and smoke pouring out of the windows. the road was reopened 20 minutes later. police still investigating how the flames erupted and who may have been behind it is chocolate maker cadbury trying to erase easter. accused of dropping holiday's name from a lot of their products to make a
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more secular product. they deny the allegation saying there is obviously easter eggs and other products inside their packaging. those are your headlines. >> and hanging around for us this morning is rick reichmuth. rick? what do you have for us out there. >> that looks like something good. >> so i came over here to the rolls royce booth. the beautiful thing at coming to the auto show at 6:30 this the morning people aren't here yet like the rolls royce people. $335,000 off the google. i came to try to get into this car it's convertible and i can't get in even like from inside. it seems like a really secure car. if anybody from rolls royce wants to tweet me yacht rick reichmuth. i'm respecting this car. or just bring me a key. >> just go for it. >> like. >> live tv. >> yeah, come on. [ laughter ]
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>> $335,000. who is paying for that. i know fox isn't doing that maybe hegseth has that kind of money. guys, coming up, i have got to drive this jeep÷ course which is really really cool and way more fun than i thought it was going to be. stick with us. >> all right. thanks a lot, rick. good luck getting in. >> mrs. hegseth wishes i had that i understand could of money. coming up a new black eye for the v.a. veterans getting hounded by debt collectors for their medical bills. shouldn't the va have paid them in the first place? the whistle blower that blew the off the hospital rally gets next. ♪ i don't know where my soul is ♪ i don't know where my home is
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new report revealing new members file debt collector than regular civilians. 800 complaints were filed by service members last year. of those 13% were medical debts. pushing for payments on bills that should have been covered by the va or left the hospital unaware that their treatment was not covered. with us is a brandon coleman a v.a. whistleblower from arizona. thank you for joining thus morning. >> thanks for having me, pete. >> absolutely. >> you have been all over this issue. one the results from the v.a. scandal was some choice legislation that created a choice card that gave veterans some semblance of choice. it's a very imperfect system as you and i both know. a lot of veterans have been trying to use it when they do use it they see a doctor outlines of the v.a. system.
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turns out that the bill they are being left on the hook for some of these bills, aren't they? >> that's correct. you know, where todd young service man and servicemen to be good citizens and to pay our bills on time and these veterans come to the v.a. and when they finally able to use the choice act and send out in the private community that the v.a. should be picking up the bill and months later being sent to collections, you know, it's just another travesty that's going on with the v.a. >> so but literally what's happening is because the v.a. is sending them outside think are seeing a doctor. they van appointment. they believe it's covered by the v.a. because they are referred by the v.a. that hospital says no, no, not so much. the va went pay so we are going to come after you, the veteran, for payment of that service. that's what's happening? >> correct. and you know what happened is that the congress left it up to the v.a. to implement the choice act and the v.a. has 182 billion reasons, the current budget, to make sure that the choice act fails to continue forcing veterans to just use thek& v.a. for their
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healthcare only. that's where the problem lies. >> yeah, brandon. i mean, debt collection is just the tip of the spear obviously veterans facing legislation like any veteran today. the v.a. continuing it one of them. problems with the choice card. you are inside the v.a. and still understand what's going on there. are we seeing any improvement on choice? any more opportunities for veterans or is the v.a. continuing to try to pull veterans back into the system? >> they are making sure that the choice act doesn't work. i mean, they are not answering the phones. i talk to veterans all day every day and they are not able to get through. they are not able to get approved to use choice. you know, it's everywhere there is thousands of veterans in phoenix still waiting to be approved for choice that are eligible according to the choice act that still can't get approved to even get out in the community. like you said, pete, once they get out in the community, their bills don't get paid. >> their bills don't get paid. then they get hounded by a debt collector and a lot of veterans just like americans
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feeling the crunch right now. if they are going to the v.a., seeking treatment. it's just another thing piling on top of them. you wonder why a lot of veterans feel like they are being left behind. and brandon, i just wish -- parting words as to what the v.a. could do to fix this real quickly? >> yeah, it could do a lot. i tell veterans to make sure you have your own six because the v.a. doesn't have your six. pull your own credit and keep talking to congressional representatives letting them know the failing of the choice program so far. >> brad coleman thanks for be here and continuing to help the vets across the country and fix these issues. >> take care. >> he i see watched the rise of' isis while fighting in iraq. >> what kind of dying is this? >> are the terror raids happening in europe enough to stop the spread of jihadi? the filmmaker who watched isis grow from the beginning
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you have seen more than most. more than most soldiers and others on the battlefield watching isis rise covering it you and i both have a personal friend served with as well. >> true american hero. >> was battling isis back in 2004. >> exactly. and that's one thing people forget is that, you know, the islamic state started in 2003 in the weeks or first months after the invasion. they may have had four different name changes or five different name changes. i have had four different leaders. but, the islamic state has been around for 13 years. so, american troops battling them throughout the iraq war. >> they took out a religious cast during that time. >> they started -- let's not forget in iraq there wasn't just one war. there was at least four. the war against the insurgents. the holy war with the islamic state, the iraqi civil war. and then iran's quiet war
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against everybody else. so the insurgency began but then was hijacked by the islamic state. and, you know, as you will see now film, first ever capital of the islamic state was not raqqa in syria. it was ramadi. we had to send our marines and our soldiers in there and they were overwhelm odds against them and islamic state owned the city and our guys all they could do was fight to stay alive and try to keep just one road open. i'm telling you, i have seen what it cost to have to fight the islamic state. the way it shaves away at our soldiers and marines' souls. >> that's the road to where we got to where we are now. i want to get your take on this latest headline where we took out the number two finance minister. >> it's always a good thing
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when we can deliver them a body blow like taking out a top leader but the other sad reality is that this is an organization built for loss. one of the signatures of this group, one of the signatures of their fight throughout the war was their ability to replenish. >> john kerry says they are being disseminated. are they? >> i wouldn't say they are being disseminated, no. yes, they are being territorial gangs made against them. they have lost maybe 15 to 20% of the territory they had salute absolute peak. its structure, its core still remains intact. even if the iraq army gets to retake mosul, still have syria. who is going to retake that. >> fighting an organization that transmogifies. impervious to losses.
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how do you fight a group like that? what do you do about it. >> it's very, very difficult. this is the other thing, too. eventually, someone is going to have to go into the syrian territory and fight and die to retake those cities and deny them the islamic state itself, the physical islamic state even when someone does that and i don't know right now who that is going to be. no one is putting their hands up for it on the ground in the middle east. even if we take that off them, what's the islamic state going to do? it's going to revert to its core d.n.a. which is a covert terrorist organization. >> sure. where you don't know who enemy and -- who fighter and civilian are. we are going to play a clip in the end you are not sure if they're friend or foe, check it out. >> i wasn't just watching their tanks. they began taking me to secret meetings in the dead of night. ♪ that's my breathing as i
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am doing the filming it was frightening. i surrendered myself it these guerrillas. and i had found not knowing if they were friends or if they were going to kill me i guess i knew it was insane but i couldn't help myself. >> i imagine over your years covering the war, i mean, wow, that probably wasn't the only time that happened. >> oh, no, no, no, no. over the seven years i was constantly accessing the other side and the thing is the masked men you saw in that grainy bit of night vision footage they were iraqi insurgents. this is exmilitary who were fighting for political reasons as they saw it to free their country from a foreign occupier. but fast forward four years and the men in that footage
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then became our allies. when the bush administration put 107,000 insurgents on the u.s. government payroll, and not only did the insurgent war stop almost overnight, but the islamic state started waking up dead because they knew where they slipped. >> the surge you are talking about. that surge time frame? >> exactly right. there were men who started as our enemies but by the time of the surge they became our allies. and that's the one and only time the islamic state risked destruction. that was the only time they were on the back foot. >> they were is you -- >> when we had the friends on the ground go bang, bang, bang, take them out. we don't have these friends on the ground now. to you stick around this morning. folks i will hear from him
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>> >> here is what bernie had to say an explanation for the bird. >> i think that maybe some symbolism here. [cheers and applause] i know it doesn't look like it but that bird is really a dove asking us for world peace. [cheers and applause] no more wars. >> more like a pigeon from central park. still, it was kind of sweet. >> there were a lot of tweets out there about that. >> i just flew in from san francisco and boy are my arms tired. >> byq@ guys in tie died t-shirts behind them going yeah. >> frantic search for a woman who went missing while visiting friends in florida. judith from maine disappeared earlier this month after meeting a man at a bar. her family now believes that she may be in danger. her son says that she has disappeared for a few days
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at a time in the past but never for this long. and always checks in. and this story engaging people today. a teacher caught on camera kicking over a special needs student. surveillance footage from prek center in georgia appears to show amelia kneeing a 4-year-old boy in the back, forcing him to fall down, an eyewitness tells school officials it appeared she did it on purpose. the boy was not hurt. she has now resigned. and after a crushing loss of her pageant crown. puerto rico's former 2016 miss universe contest checked into a psychiatric hospital. reports say kristhielee karide stripped of her title bad attitude she didn't like have her picture taken. released from the hospital and plans to sue the miss universe organization
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because she says she never disrespected them. and those are your headlines. >> that's rough. didn't want to have her picture taken. >> no photos, no photos, please. >> it could be like us saying that. no cameras allowed. >> all right. 1 million auto enthusiasts hit the big apple this week. >> all because of the new york international auto show kicked off yesterday. >> our own rick reichmuth is live from the jaafari -- javits center. >> camp jeep sets up here every year at the new york auto show for people to come and be interactive to see what every one of the jeeps can handle. every one of them they say can handle' this course that i was able to drive. scott tallan, the director of jeep brand took me on a little ride around camp jeep. take a look. ♪
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>> so this is the jeep wrangler rubicon. >> whole line up will run the course. >> right here hit a ramp. >> pretty easy to go off that. >> it was because you have to turn the wheels to keep the jeep straight. we have 30-degree side incline. [ laughter ] >> i might have thought that would have gone over. >> nope. >> i think i have got this down. >> all right. go up the stairs and down them quite well, too. >> man, i feel like we could just go like -- >> there we go. a little to the right. you are good. just drive straight. >> that's all i was worried about was right there. >> that was it. >> that was it. >> this one like the fear
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you are going to bottom out. >> 20-foot mountain, 35 degrees up. 35 degrees down. looking straight up at the sky [bleep] here you are overlooking a mountain only a jeep. >> creep down. >> that's good. >> there you have it. >> how was that? >> really cool. i want a jeep now to be honest. >> guys, doesn't this make you wish that you were like 24 again and lived near a beach? >> go four wheeling and go mudding. that's what we used to call it let's go mudding. >> yeah. i know. we did something wrong by getting older. >> i know. >> loo thanks, rick. >> easter is a time for the family to gather and eat. if you are the one hosting. how do you take a classic easter dish and make them more memorable. >> that is a good question.
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downtown executive chef is here with tips and tricks from his famous steak house. sauce. >> traditional easter dish. in here you have fresh herbs coming in spring should be good for you growing right now. >> may be surprise to do we added in chili flakes and fresh garlic chives. >> what are the he or he or her. >> oregano, rosemary, thyme, parsley all mixed in. >> sounds like a song. >> marinaded in the restaurant. >> i'm looking and i'm aliking. >> we put on the grill and finish it off this way. >> on the barbie. on the barbecue this time of year. >> if you want to do splice them up could you make lamb chop lollipop. >> take the rack off and
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whole tender lion as well. >> i see another goody there asparagus. >> real healthy side here. we can make this together or we can make it separately. you can do this in your home very, very easy. the grilling obviously if you have got a grill at home. >> grilled asparagus. >> it's still asparagus at the end of the day. >> which means he is not going to eat it. >> you don't like asparagus? >> no. >> what's the trick with asparagus to make sure it doesn't get too limp. >> we blanch it first. so blanch something very easy technique we are using. we just halfway cook and then gril it so always always? can you settle the dedate does the boned a flavortk or cosmetic. >> it does. >> science has shown that. >> it does.
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combat vet, fended off the attack, brenden jenkins joins us now. thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you for having me on. >> it must have been incredible surprise. you are on your bike and someone approaches you. tell us what happened. >> just a normal day on my way home from work. i was literally three streetlights away from home and all of a sudden i get to a red light and somebody just starts pulling me off my motorcycle. >> so naturally i just defended myself and tried to keep him off my motorcycle. >> okay. you say naturally i just defended myself. you are in a stoplight. some random person tries to throw you off your bike, i think there is a lot of people out there said i am going to walk away or step away from the situation. you were in the military you chose to fight back. is that extinctionial. >> i have been the person who never back down especially when someone is messing with my belongings. >> i appreciate that for sure. and have you been in a
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situation like this and what did you do in the military that prepared you for this? >> no, i have never been in a situation anything like this -- just regular ride home from work and then out of nowhere some guy comes up from behind me and try taking my motorcycle. as far as training goes for this there really is no train for. this nothing can really prepare you for a stranger just trying to steal your vehicle. >> i will say. that would have been -- i know you are a bike enthusiast. what happened to your motorcycle? >> so far all i have been able to do is get ahold of my insurance and they are going to send an adjustor out. looking at the damage, it'spíáts a littleng harm is bent. the exhaust was crushed. all the plastics on it were either scratched or cracked or completely broken apart. a lot little damage and a lot of big damage. >> that's too bad. how did you get your motorcycle in the first place? >> when i got back from
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deployment i bought it off my best friend cash. >> so you saved up on deployment. you were deployed iraq? afghanistan? >> afghanistan 12 months. >> okay. you come back. i know a lot of guys did the same thing. they come back waiting for the opportunity to buy a bike. is that -- make it sting a little bit more that, hey, i served a year. goit this great bike and then some snuckateli runs it over it? >> does sting more. it's sentimental value i got it from a good friend 12 years he jokingly said he would buy it back from me if i didn't want to keep it after they totaled it. >> brandon, we tried to bring you here today. we know you have a young child at home. we contacted some very special people that heard about your story. they want to do make it right. jimmy, if you brandon, take a look at your monitor. i want to bring in jimmy who is here to give you something special. >> how are you doing, brandon? >> how is it going. >> we know you are home with
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your family. but because of this situation, and all the sacrifices you have made for us, house new york and kawasaki motors would like to present with you a new 2016 kawasaki x. >> that is amazing. >> we are catching you off guard here for sure. >> yeah, definitely. >> what do you think? >> that's an amazing thing to wake up to in the morning after something so crazy happened. there has been so much going on the last couple days. that's just amazing to see so many people just out there wanting to donate and help and just get ahold of me and reach out. that's juç$ amazing. the bike is a beautiful bike. i'm sorry i couldn't make it out there. >> we are sorry you couldn't be here as well. bran ton, hopefully good -- oftentimes good comes from difficult situations. i want to thank jimmy from our friends here who made this happen. patriots who recognized your story. brandon thanks for everything you do and thank
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hey, everybody, easter is hopping around the corner, here are some craft ideas for you and the kids. >> joins us with lots of kids and the easter bunny. >> packed to the brim with first graders this morning. thank you for coming in. >> god morning. >> were easter extravaganza going on. >> until 1 chock. egg hunt, candy, all kinds of activities in the store. we brought great craft projects for you guys today. >> been there, done that got the t-shirt.
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>> this is a simple craft project. the idea and all the instructions are available at michaels.com. i have gone ahead and pretraced your bunny face. fab biblical tape to use. nice tip working with kids i preoutlined my shirts with white. just like it's filling in a coloring book page. it's easy for the little ones to do. it goes really fast. this is a gray way to have the kids -- for the holiday. >> i didn't know about the secret competition. >> got to keep it interesting. you know, you can do it really neat or make it messy and make it look like fur. be as creative as you want. >> this is contemporary art. >> this is what happens with the kids crafts. >> watching right now and heading to michaels. >> really quick and easy. after that i have these great fuzzy poms poms that
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becomes the bunny's tail. we will use a nice fabric glue to glue that in place. >> glue is important. >> hopping down the bunny trail. >> nice, big chunk of glue. >> that's the back. >> love it. >> and put the name on there. so do you want to give yours a try? >>mñ i will name it after my gunningest guy rex the bunny. >> see on the finished sample more of just italic font, whatever you want for finished look. preglue it with a pencil. make the lines look nice and even and neat, too. >> just roll with it. >> more creative. that's the great thing. creativity can be abstract. >> we have got some masks. >> we're not going to have time to. we will do it next segment. >> that's what we have the kids working on too. >> i love it elena thank you
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well, you know him for this famous phrase. >> the rock is cooking. >> you should have seen tucker just do that. the rock cooking up a career in politics? maybe. it's easter weekend. we are glad you are here. mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪ ♪yç >> hey, everybody. all of our favorite things are out on the plaza this morning. we have the dancing peep. the peep mobile. the easter bunny. easter crafts and cooking up some easter brunch favorites. lamb chops and steak from spk. >> unbelievable. we have pete hegseth sitting in on the couch for clayton. did you know pete went to harvard and princeton? >> they will give a degree
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to anybody. >> you never met anyone who went to harvard that didn't tell me in the first sentence. i have known you for over a year and you never mentioned it. >> i usually lead with it but not with you. >> thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> diffusing terror. backpack bomber taken down. >> hunt still on for at least two suspects in tuesday's deadly attacks. >> john huddy joins us live in brussels with the latest.7s john? >> that's the concern is that two suspects are still at large and obviously going -- with easter weekend here, you know, security, they are not taking any chances at this point. there still remains a security presence. we have seen police. we have seen soldiers outside the metro station here in downtown or at least one of them and transportation is limited but it continues. this station has been set down for the last few days. and it is now reopened. that said, let's take a look again at that dramatic tram
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video. the takedown of that terrorist suspect. it happened yesterday afternoon in scarbaek a suburb of brussels. 10, 15 minutes from the downtown area here. police had received information after taking down a paris suspect thursday night a raid there that was link to do three others here in brussels including the guy who police arrested on that platform. they received information. they surrounded him. according to witnesses, including one woman i spoke with, he was using a woman and child as human shields. well, they were able to get those out of the -- the little girl out of the way. we see that in the video. they shot that suspect. they knocked out the glass of the weather protection on that platform. they got the little girl out of the way. they moved, in guns drawn. and dragged him by the arms off the platform. there was a bag that had. they sent in a robot to make
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a controlled detonation of that bag to make sure it wasn't loaded with explosives. that's what we heard when we arrived there. probably about 3 minutes after we got to the scene we heard a loud bang. that's what that was. as mentioned, several others were arrested. and also thursday night here in brussels six people were arrested. tied to not only tuesday's attacks but also possibly november's paris -- the paris attack as well last november. that said, i mentioned the transportation. again, we have seen a lot of security here at the metro station in the wake of tuesday's attacks and as i said earlier, device, the airport will remain closed through tuesday. back to you guys. >> i mean, that's a big deal. think about the economic impact of that all right, john huddy, thank you so much for that again, the hunt is still on for two of those suspects. this all hish9 as questions are swirling this morning about how equipped belgium is to handle the terror problem. we talked about the last couple of days how we
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learned of this privacy thing they have where between 9:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. you can't even go into somebody's house for a raid unless they are in the middle of some type of criminal activity and issues like that. the way though interrogated salah abdeslam. when he was taken into custody, seemed pretty backward. they did it chronologically rather than asking about imminent threats which may have4 thwarted what happened on tuesday at the airport and also at the metro station. instead they just asked him about how things were in paste and now he ain't talking no more. >> no, not one word. pete talked to aaron cohen who is an expert in counter intelligence. worked for the israeli intelligence services for a while about why european police services aren't doing a better job with terror. here's what he said. >> what's causing the major leak here or the breakage is the european laws that
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disable the european security agency. the laws in europe are designed to help the immigrants and protect them as opposed to being able to extract information from them in an interrogation. they have more rights and more protected than the actual citizens of that union which is scary. >> i mean, it underscores how a utterly unprepared europe is for the threat amongst them. they are not even interrogating. the guy connected to the paris bombings to find out what could be coming to a cell he is still connected to and so they never reveal. >> on the other hand, nobody is pointing out the obvious point which their risk is so much greater than anybody else's simply because of the demographic changes in europe. is there a huge muslim population in the west that's fully integrated into the west, that buys into western values, full equal rights for women, abandoning any concept of sharia law. maybe there is. i'm not aware of it. if you have 2 million people moving into your country one year many from the middle east. much bigger threat no matter
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how law enforcement. >> you have extremist group who hate anything that has to do with the west. they hate europe and the united states. what's closer to them. lock at the proximity. europe is and they have got this open borders policy. all these immigrants and migrants coming in. >> i don't know. if that happened here, we would probably have similar problems. >> yeah. i think you are right. now, back at the call -- caliphate which has spun so many of these problems. isis number two killed by special operators on the ground. john kerry, ourselves, touting that as a success and maybe indicative of maybe larger successes. take a listen. >> as the dragnet begins to close n various places around the world, unfortunately, we may see some lone wolf attacks. but as a whole, dash is being disseminated. >> the very reason that dash is resorting to actions outside of the middle east is that its fantasy of a
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caliphate is col before their eyes. >> its revenue sources are dwindling and its fighters are fleeing. >> i don't know, call me crazy, i think they are looking at this backwards. the attacks in brussels on tuesday are not a sign we are winning but a sign we are losing. aren't those the exact thing we are trying to prevent? that's not a good thing under any measure. >> they attack us and somehow that's indicative of progress. >> right, they are losing. we know they are losing because they blow up our airports. >> no it looks like they are winning when they blow up our airports. >> they found other havens in libya and north africa. the' a lot of it is europe. >> we should look at europe as part of america for the purposes of this battle against islamic extremism. it's not just an attack on europe. it's an attack on the west, on us, too. they are not too separate things, i think. >> yeah. absolutely. well, one man who knows the front lines4z all too well, michaelware, he is a war journalist. earlier he was on the program and he said absolutely not. isis is not being decimated,
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we need to do more. >> this is an organization built for loss. one of the signatures of this group. one of the signatures of their fight throughout the war was their ability to replenish. i wouldn't say they are being decimated, no. yes, they are being territorial gains made against them. they lost maybe 15 to 20% of the territory they had now at the absolute peak. the structure, its core, it still remains intact. >> the core remains intact. >> secretary of state kerry was also talking about the successful strike that we had against isis's number two, when we had the special ops forces come in on helicopters with drones overhead and a hail of bullets. they killed the finance minister who goes by one of his aliases anyway imam.,+ how significant this is. you know, you don't know. >> extremely significant. he was number two to he will baghdady.
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he trained with bin laden in the 90's. was part of zarqawi's al qaeda in iraq that eventually met for sized into isis. this is a bad dude with a lot of capability glts he is a bad dude. out easily can he be replaced. yes, he is gone. somebody else will fill the void. >> fair enough. i think it's a victory. our military is super impressive. you served in it. really impressive. 15 years almost our leaders have been telling us we need to fight them there so we don't need to fight them here. if we fight them here that's by definition a loss. we are not winning if we are fighting them here. we are trying to avoid that. >> hats off to special forces for doing that maybe this will help the cells to unravel if they are looking over our soldiers they know where they're they are coming to get us. >> they clearly did a raid because they wanted capture him. this guy shot back. bad idea with special operators they gave him his wish. >> following other stories making headlines on saturday morning. a hard landing in paradise to tell you about. a jetblue plane slams into the runway in the bahamas after a landing gear issue
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and it's all caught on camera. the flight was coming from washington, d.c. and it reported issues just as it was getting ready to touch down. can you see the plane nose diving and skidding into the runway. thankfully no fire broke out and no one on board was injured. and an american detained in north korea has, quote, confess to do spying. kim tongue cha admitted he spied for them. we do not know, however, if those words were coerced by north korea. he called the acts shameful and pleaded for mercy. he was reportedly detained last october. this comes nine days after u.s. tourists otto was sentence to do 15 years in prison with hard labor after he confess to do trying to steal a propaganda banner. that crime was caught on tape. that's burglars wish they were as savvy as stealing cars gone in 60 seconds.
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i don't know if anybody can do that. tampa police looking out for 10 burglars who broke into a car dealership and made off with at least 8 cars. watch as two of the guy in the office are looking around for a box of car keys. they all pile into the parking lot jumping in various cars. they damage about 14 and they cause a traffic jam as they are all trying to leave. two of the cars have been found so far. but zero arrests have been made. and dwayne, the rock johnson, may have created a perfect campaign slogan all the way back in his wwe days. the rock is cooking. >> fans making a last-minute push to get him to jump into the presidential fray. but the eight-time champion said that nope, not yet.
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he tweeted out an article and wrote. this cool, cool piece of why i should run for president. maybe one day. surely the white house has a spot for my pickup truck. some analysts think the rock's millions of fans and cross-party appeal makes him an idea candidate for 2020. look out kanye west. >> that's just insane, millions of+7 fan, cross party appeal. successful tv show, he will never succeed in politics. >> that sound familiar? >> desperate criminal tries to steal a' motorcycle in broad daylight. he messed with the wrong guy. how he fought back. >> donald trump and ted cruz fighting over. did they go too far bringing their wives into the fray. former governor mike huckabee is next.
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brussels is the result of us doing something wonderfully right. no, it's the right of a complete breakdown, not only in europe but in the rest of the world of being naive and understanding that isis is not going away and it's like the whack-a-mole, if you hit them in one place they will come up somewhere else. the only way to deal with them is eradicate them. aggressively go after them and destroy them. this isn't the cold war. this is a hot mess. and we're going to have to treat this that way. i thought kerry's remarks were totally embarrassing for the united states to say that all those dead people were really a successful, kind of reimportation of isis somewhere other than the middle east. >> these are death throws. it doesn't look that way. i want to do take you to the presidential race which you just left, of course, everybody involved. the trump versus cruz controversy, each one weighing your wife is unattractive. mine is better looking. then the allegations by the national enquirer against ted cruz hitting him on his personal;p life.
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i don't even want to repeat it pretty tough accusations unproven at this point. for our viewers trying to pick a side here. who is right? who has got the more virtuous position. what's your view? none of the above. once you start getting the families and the wives into the fray, you have really taken the whole thing off the rails. as somebody who has been in the arena as a candidate, as an office holder for 25 years or more, the single most disgusting thing that you ever deal with is when your families get unfairly brought in to a campaign. they are not on the ballot. there is no reason to attack them in whatever way. whether it's done by surrogates that candidates can say i had nothing to do with it or whether it's the candidates themselves, this is simply something that ought to be offlimits. i would suggest that cruz and trump have a phone call kind of like, you know, vito, coreloni sitting down
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and saying there has got to be a truce. this helps nobody. it's horrible. >> i remember when people romney campaign went after your family in the 2008 election. how does this end? fractured. everyone wants to see it brought back together. the allegations arevr moral nature. can these guys ever unite? county two factions ever come together again? >> i don't think they there will be a lot of sincerity if there is a moment on the stage at the rnc which n., guys hug and, you know, wave hands together. but, republicans ultimately are going to come to the place where they realize that with all the fizzures the worst thing that can happen in america is the party having internal fighting. the worst thing is to have >> -- yes. >> bernie sanders as the next president of the united
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a fox news alert. belgium prosecutors have just issued an arrest warrant for a you? suspect in tuesday's attacks on the brussels airport and subway. belgian media are reporting that a man called fical shapoo. he is the man in the hat in the picture you are looking at, alleged to be in that photo. the statement for prosecutors says he is wanted for involvement in a terrorist group, terrorist
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killings and attempting terrorist killings. more as this comes. in we are tracking this very closely. anna? >> yes, we will. all right, pete, thanks so much. 25 minutes after the hour. in when a babysitter calls off sick a mother has no other option but to bring her baby to class. as can you see her professor dr. darren woolbuy. he joins us now texas katy humphrey and her 4 month old daughter. thank you for joining us. >> good morning. >> happy to have you all here. katie, you felt inspired after you noticed your friends going to afghanistan and marines and coming back as wounded warriors, so you said i want to go to school and i want to be able to serve them with a degree that i get. how challenging has it been though for you to go to class getting a degree while balancing mommy my hood. >> it's definitely been a challenge. i think any parent knows
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that struggle. when you have kids and you have a job or school, it's always a challenge and i think maybe my time in the marine corps set me up for thatw to be a little bit more successful with my skills.lf[ñ so, it works. it's hard, but it works. >> dr. willoughby it looks like you didn't miss a beat when she has mille on her arm and in tow. her babysitter called off sick. >> my first instinct is being a father myself was to just step right in and help her out. you know, i could tell that there was -- hey, sweety. [ laughter ] i could tell that she was a little bit uncomfortable bringing mille into class even though i had already told her it would be fine, there would never be a problem with it. but, you know, i wanted katie to be able to focus in on class and not feel distracted. so, you know, so i just
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stepped right in and took her away and went back to lecturing and katie was able to focus in on class and not be distracted and all the other students had no problem with it as well. and so we just went along doing our business as we normally do. in a normal class day. >> mille just seems to be entranced by you. she keeps gazes up at you going hold me, hold me, hold me. mom, what does that mean for you to have a professor rather than getting upset. why do you have this baby? your baby could be crying. could be a distraction instead. welcomes her with open arms. what does that mean to you? >> well, it's how we should be. just as humans, you know, humanity, we're made to help each other and take care ofjì5(@ each other. i think somewhere along the way we have lost that i mean, it means the world to me to know that it's f.
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something happens, i'm not going to be judged harshly for it i'm going to be welcomed with open arms and be able to learn so that i can be successful in helping others in the future. >> and you have a noble cause in what you want to do with helping out wounded warriors. >> exactly. >> thank you all so much for your time. she looks like a little easter egg this morning. >> thank you. >> were here is what is coming up on "fox & friends weekend." a man robbing a home gets a big surprise but the neighbors saw it coming. >> i think he definitely picked the wrong house. >> he aimed and shot at her first, and then she shot him. >> why you don't want to mess with momma. next. and then there is some high octane happening. rick is live at thpgiátu york international auto show checking it all out. hello, rick. >> anna, i have fallen in love. you have to stay with us because i am in the speicher.
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it is like -- i can't talk after i eat one. so good. >> dunkin' donuts gets it right every time. >> america runs on did you know -- country -- dunkin's. >> judith went missing after she met a man at a bar. she may be in danger obviously. son says his mom has disappeared a few days before in the past but not this long. she has always checked in. this time she hasn't. they are really worried. >> also we don't call 911. that's what the sign says outside this mom's house in indianapolis.@c#tq) this week the homeowner shot a man who allegedly broke into her baby's bedroom. >> i think he definitely picked the wrong house. he aimed and shot at her first and then she shot him. the two exchanged fire but the mom's aim was as sharp as her message. she shot the intruder multiple times before police came.
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neither she nor the baby were hurt. and move over mizzou to try to calm the pc police and campus and prevent another protest. the university now requiring everything to take a diversity intensive course before graduation. well, thisn7$(áátj following racial unrest breaking out there last fall that ended with the university of missouri system's president stepping down. the school also hired a chief diversity officer to oversee various initiatives on the campus. >> i'm sure that will help. >> absolutely. and a veteran from arizona refusing to back down when a carjacker driving a stolen truck attempt to do steal his motorcycle at a stoplight. the thief eventually giving up before jumping back in his truck and driving over the bike. police chased him but didn't catch up. brandon jenkins reacting just moments ago on our show. >> it was a regular ride home from work and out of nowhere some guy comes up from behind me and tries taking my motorcycle, nothing can really prepare you for a stranger just trying to steal your vehicle.
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>> now, while we had brandon on the show, we decide to do surprise him with a new ride. >> because of this situation and all the sacrifices you have made for us, power sports in massapequa, new york and kawasaki motor corporation would like to present you with a new 2016 kawasaki 6. >> that is amazing. that's just amazing to see that so many people just out there wanting to, you know, donate and help and just get ahold of me and reach out. you know, that's just amazing. the bike, that's just a beautiful bike. i'm sorry, i couldn't make it out there. >> brandon, a great american. so thankful. he says he bought the original bike off a friend with cash he saved from his tour in afghanistan. and those are your headlines. >> wow. watch "fox & friends" you might get something like a doughnut or some blends, too. >> we want to thank dunkin' donuts for the donuts they brought us. fantastic. >> it turns out a million
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auto enthusiasts invading the big apple because of the auto show it kicked off yesterday and rick is there. >> hey, good morning. >> good morning, guys. all right. so we are with the top high performance cars now and you are not going to believe these cars. i have mark steynberg here. you run this entire auto show every year and do an amazing job and picked out three amazing jobs for us right now. >> these are some of the most amazing cars we have on the floor right now. super cars from the manufacturers. nissan+d g-77. total world introduction. goes for $100,000. >> zero to 60 really fast, right? >> very, very fast on it. >> so the camaro came out -- recame out like five years ago. >> right. they have just introduced both the coup and convertible. this car starts at $60,000. 640-horsepower. it's a high performance.
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it's chassis adjusts 1,000 times per second to keep the ride perfect on it. >> this is great. all right. so i want to move on to this car. because, guys, i have fallen in love in about the last five minutes with this car. this is the spyker. and there are 50 of these made a year. >> 50. >> the company, they hand make cars and they make 50 of them. the heritage of this car goes back to aviation. take a look at it on the inside as all the switches and get a feeling that you are actually in an airplane flying a plane on it. and they only made 50 of these vehicles. this is a danish company. and it just actually flew in from europe just about a week ago from dhl. this is how we move cars around. but everything is hand made on this car. and it's all new design for spyker. >> mark, i was just talking with the designer of this. a lot of cars, they have an individual who will design a steering wheel or the individual who designs the window crank or something.
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window crank that doesn't happen anymore. but the feel of this company and one designer. they design this entire car. >> he has such a passion for the automobile. can you see all the details that are really put into it. it is all custom made and the owner's specs. >> all right. 50 of these. guys. if you have $352,000, which i'm sure some of you guys do maybe if everybody pooled their money plus everybody on the staff we could get into this car because we wouldn't want to drive it because we would be so afraid of hurting this thing. >> those of us who can afford homes. thank you, rick. >> that looks like a lot of fun. 39 minutes after the hour on saturday morning. blood brothers, the new pattern in isis terror plots using relatives to attack. why that strategy makes these plots even more terrifying. >> one more way to deal with the homeless problem. give them bus tickets out of town. good idea? we will report and you can
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test. test. test. some quick head lions, the city of portland wants to give homeless people a free bus ticket out of town. the city set aside $30,000 for one way ticket if the city. lawmakers say the goal is to help people who have ended up stranded in portland. it seems like a lot of them a general act of kindness, a mystery customer picked up the tab for guardsman. for everything. the national guard troops in the area for trained at the
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belmont armory. certainly a testament to america. tucker, over to you. >> a fox news alert for you this morning, new arrest warrant has been issued for a suspect in tuesday's attack in brussels. this is two brothers join a list of siblings involved in nearly every major terror attack on the u.s. since three sets of saudi brothers helped carry out the 9/11 attacks. a new study shows up to 30% of terror group members worldwide share family ties. interesting. why are sib such a big part of modern terrorism joining us now answering jihad a way forward. thank you for joining us this morning. >> i'm glad to be here. >> what do you think ofc all. when it comes to doing. has a lot to do with ideology. these isn't people going crazy. they are discussing their ideology with the people around them. >> it does tell you something about the families from which they come though. however committed i piatt might to be ideology, if i
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al looking at two of my kids dying on the same day i will try to stop that but the families i guess don't? >> a lot of them quickly determine who it is they can talk to about these things, i remember when i was study islam as a muslim looking into some of these teachings in the quran hadith, when i start to do realize they actually were violent. i talked to my parents and people around me. when i realized who i could start talking to about these things i kept talking to them. some raised their eyebrows around i would stop talking to them. >> interesting. what does it tell us about our capacity to fight back. a people willing to die for what they believe which the is most ominous possible sign and b if they are family members it suggests that these cells are impossible to penetrate that is very good insight. we have to get into personal circles. if we are going to determine who it is that is dangerous. we will stop these attacks before they happen. i think we do have to get into the circles. befriend people and get to
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know who they are and what they are doing. >> i mean, we're still -- even intellectually it's obvious that there is añ strong religious exon if he wanted to all of this. i think in the west we still because we are so secular behave as if we are fighting a political force. yank of a political ideology that convinces people to kill themselves, numbers like this. this is a religious threat, no? >> i think you are right. i think the two are ernesto twind. in some cases politics take as front role. in some cases it's religion. i think when it comes to radicalizing these young people usually t. is religion especially if they are fighting for causes that are not local. western young men fighting for isis. we saw jihadi john, et cetera. they are not fighting for political ties. they are fighting for political purposes. yeah, it's both. that makes it a really strong galvanized ideology. >> what's so striking is that so many of these suicide bombers have come from very -- seems like secular background. a lot have been in jail for dealing drugs, armed robbery, et cetera.
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at some point they seem to have a very quick but very profound religious experience that convinces them they are going to heaven for killing themselves. how does that happen so quickly? i. >> i think when they getvú introduced to the teachings of their faith people get excited when they convert and they want to be zealous for new found faith. they are very open to learn at that time. it's very impressionable time. when someone is shown verses like chapter 9 verse 100 of the quran which tells them they will i do if they -- if they die in jihadi they goal to heaven. very exciting to people who in the past feel guilty about what they have done. >> straight reading of the quran you are not changing those words at all? that is what it says. >> chapter 9 of the quran especially starting around verse 40 to verse 111 is about encouraging muslims to fight if they can in battle to not be hesitant and if you are hesitant, it says, chapter 9:45 says that that shows that you might not be
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a real muslim. so when you go on to verse 111 this has been called the verse of bargain. this is the one that muslims have referred to which says if you win in a battle, you will gain war. if you lose in a battle you goal to heaven. that's the bargain allah has made with. >> you i don't think our leaders in the united states are aware of that. or if they are they are pretending they are not. it's nice to hear you say that outloud. thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. >> caught on camera. double-decker bus bursts in flames in london it might not have been an accident. we will tell you what happened. are you hitting the road today for easter? cheap, creative ways to help the miles fly by. we have a road trip survival guide that is entirely nonalcoholic. stay tuned. ♪ on the road again ♪ going places that i've never been ♪ seeing things that i may never see again ♪ i can't wait to get on thevo road again.
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parents, does the back seat of your car sound like this when you travel? >> feels like we've been driving forever. >> feels like we've been driving forever. >> cut it out. >> cut it out. >> that's not fun kwny. >> that's not funny. >> why are you so mean? >> why are you so mean? >> i'm just ignoring you. >> i'm just ignoring you. >> it doesn't work that way. quit it. >> quit it. >> we have all been there. i have a 5 and a 3-year-old and a baby. we're moving in that direction. you want to keep them busy. here are great travel tips and a road trip survival guide just in time for this holiday weekend is lori wink. thanks for joining me. we're in this beautiful dodge
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durango with alex and abbey, our two beautiful young ladies today. how do we keep them occupied? >> we made goodie bags for the girls. you can go to the dollar store and spend $7 or $8. inside we have activities, a snack, a juice box. there's coloring books, stickers. >> goldfish in there, which are always important. >> crayons. that will keep you busy for a while. >> that's what happens. you sit in a seat like that trying to help the kids in back. >> next, we have 50 road trip games. 50 different choices from ages 3 and up. scavenger hunts, you can do family bonding. >> it's fun when everybody can participate. we play the point at something outside the window. >> that's included. that's one of the games. scavenger hunt. so this is ages 3 and up. the whole family -- it's screen free time. >> very nice. >> little gadgets. these are great.
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we have headphones, sometimes it gets too loud. you can damage their ears. they have wireless and they have wires. >> try one of those on. >> it fits your ears. >> they have been great troopers out here with us this morning. >> this is great. these are little gadgets. it's lil gadgets. >> they're wireless. >> and they have ear buds that are called best buds. they come in great colors. >> how about movie ss? >> yes. movies and music. here we have a tablo. this goes on the headrest or on the lab. it's cozy. you can put your tablet, play your games or watch a movie. >> how about charging these things? you never have enough battery power on the road. >> right. for the smart phone, it's the i-mergency. it's seven extra hours.
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smack it on the back. don't plug it in. it has extra charge up to seven hours. >> or convenience when you make the long road trip, which -- >> the last thing is napping. everybody is getting tired. >> that's the best moment for parents is when everybody gets tired. >> we have the zipper roll. it zips -- unzip it and it goes around the seat belt. it keeps -- this isn't digging into your neck. it's soft. we have the nap x. it blocks the sun out. it has an eye mask. show them the fun toys you get to take home. these are the nap mates. they are your friends. you want to try them? it's comfy. >> i think i would like to travel with abbey and alex. you are good travellers. right? >> you think we're all set for a car ride? >> yeah. >> then lastly, we have prince
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lion heart as an organizer. we sing the cleanup song. we throw everything in here. we carry it out. isn't that great? >> outstanding. thank you so much. if you are hitting the road this easter -- we will post these tips on our website and facebook page so folks can check it out. i want to thank dodge and thank lori and the kids. >> thank you, girls. mexico trying to make sure they will never pay for a wall by helping illegal immigrants become citizens. so they could vote against. >> daymeon: donald trump. the unscripted campaign moment everyone is talking about. coming up. when i went on to ancestry, i just put in the name of my parents and my grandparents. and as soon as i did that,
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good morning. today is saturday the 26th of march, 2016. this is a fox news alert. breaking news on the brussels terror attacks. a new suspect added to the list of wanted terrorists. this as another possible attack gets foiled. it's caught on camera. we're live on the ground with the breaking details. team obama says, slow down, don't get upset. the attacks against isis are working. here is how we know. >> the reason that daesh is resorting to actions outside of the middle east is renew sources are dwindling. its fighters are fleeing. >> they blew up an airport in belgium, that means we're winning. sounds about right. bernie sanders may have fans in the stands but he brought a friend with him on the stage at his rally. maybe we should call him birdie sanders. maybe not. morning is better with friends and you.
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♪ kitds, you better be good. the easter bunny is coming tonight. he has come early along with mr. peep. we are having a party on the plaza with all your easter festivities. come on down if you are close. >> we still have some dunkin' croissant doughnuts. >> we will find out if you can host a show after eating one of those. >> we were making a coffee run. pete is like, i'm going to eat during the show. where h me, too. no we have steak and lamb chops. >> i eat, and it's my breakfast. love it. >> four hours. long time to eat breakfast. one minute after the hour, we need to get to this fox news
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alert. belgian prosecutors have identified another terrorist wants in the attacks in brussels. that man is faycal. >> good morning. we are getting a clearer picture of the suspects involved in tuesday's bombings, attacks here in brussels and the connection that some of them have had to the paris bombings in november. i can tell you on the ground here, it's very busy. it's a saturday. easter weekend.n downtown centr brussels. we are outside of the metro station. this was one of the stations that was shut down after tuesday's attacks in the wake of tuesday's attacks, and it was reopened today. limited transportation. we talked about the airport
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being closed through tuesday. so obviously, an inconvenience for travelers. but necessary at this point. people certainly understand that as the suspects remain at large. that said, yesterday, there were a number of raids. we have seen that, tucker, anna, pete, throughout the week since tuesday's bombings. we saw it thursday night. we saw it wednesday and then again yesterday, including that takedown at the tram station, the platform. again, one of the suburbs of brussels, that's where several of the attackers came from. and that continues to be a hot area as far as other suspects. we have seen the video. we talked about this. he was on the platform. he was believed to be a terror suspect or involved possibly a connection to the pair irbombings. police surrounded him. there was a woman and a child, presumably her daughter, that were there. witnesses describe possibly him using them as human shields. they shot him in the leg. we saw the shattered glass of
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the weather protection on the platform. they got the little girl and the woman out of there. then they went in, moved in, guns drawn, grabbed him by the arms, dragged him off the platform and did a controlled detonation of his bag. we heard that, as i described earlier. we heard that bang when we showed up at the scene. we were there as all of this was going down. that said, suspects remain at large. that's a huge concern for authorities, obviously, because these guys are concerned they may try to pull something off before they close in on them. the search remains very active. again, on the ground, outside the metro terminal, transportation limited, as i said, the airport remains shut down through tuesday. again, a big weekend. a lot of people out here easter weekend. still undeterred. they're on the streets, shopping, enjoying the day. back to you. >> thank you so much. >> the airport is closed until
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tuesday. they know -- there is something eminent or could be something eminent. you don't keep something that important closed that long. >> the terrorists exploited the security gaps at the airplane. in the fallout since the attacks at the airport and the metro station on tuesday, we have been reporting about lapses in the intelligence community and law enforcement as well. take a listen to this. salah abdeslam behind the paris attacks who was arrested. when intelligence officials intear gated him, but they did things backwards. they went chronologically and asked him about paris rather than about imminent threats. potentially, they could have stopped what happened on tuesday. a former israeli special operator is on the program this morning. he has this to say about the whole endeavor. >> what's causing the major leak or the breakage is the european laws that disable the european
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security agencies, the laws in europe are designed to help the immigrants and protect them as opposed to being able to extract information from them in an interrogation. they have more rights and they're more protects than the actual citizens of that union, which is scary. >> salah is not talking anymore. now he isn't talking anymore. there are still suspects at large in the brussels attacks that we just saw. if they intear gated him better, maybe we would know where they are. >> or at all. >> exactly. >> they are clearly inadequate to the task, law enforcement in europe. different laws, new powers might help. what bothers me -- i believe everything aaron said. if we had better laws and more spying on people, we could defeat this problem. i'm saying, this is an immigration problem. their core problem is they have a massive group of people who hate the society they live in
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and the values of that society. that's why they kill themselves. >> they have an assimilation and allegiance problem. their allegiance is to where they are from and not the state or nation -- >> what is our plan for that? i get the plan to break open the iphone and read my e-mail. that's fine. what's our plan to assimilate people who come here, to have them buy into the american idea, the openness of american society? we're not trying. we're saying, keep your culture. keep your culture and we will live side by side in harmony. that has never happened. it's not happening now. until we change that idea, we're going to wind up like europe. >> multiculturalism in blowing up in their faces. something that is really startling is that secretary of state john kerry is saying we are winning against isis and somehow tuesday is a sign of that. listen. >> as the dragnet begins to close in in various places around the world, unfortunately,
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we may see some lone wolf attacks. as a whole, daesh is being decimated. the very reason that daesh is resorting to actions outside of the middle east is that its fantasy of a caliphate is collapsing before their eyes. its revenue sources are dwindling. its fighters are fleeing. >> that's why they're coming to the west? >> because we the obama administration have been so successful fighting isis, they were able to blow up the brussels airport. it doesn't make any sense. the whole point of the exercise is to keep them from blowing up the brussels airport or attacking the west. they are doing that. they are winning. >> because they have constricted a little bit of the terrain -- we talked about this earlier. somehow we're making massive gains. instead, they have expanded into libya, it's a slow motion migration crisis taking over europe as we talked about. they are metastasizing.
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they find other places. >> there are successes that we want to mention. yesterday, there was a strike on isis' number two -- one of the many ail yass is haji imam. he was taking out by a special operations raid. how significant this guy has been taken out, you know, what do you think? >> it's a great new story. our special operators are doing things that we need to preserve our security. in this case, they hoped to capture him. this guy decided to shoot back against helicopters full of dudes with guns. they ended up killing him and the crew with him. the number two to baghdadi, who some believe he was in charge operationally of isis. a big win for our military. i wish it was attached to a larger strategy. >> hats off to them. you hear terror analysts say that just because one leader is gone doesn't mean somebody else isn't going to fill that void immediately. >> to act like the solution is to send more special operators -- they have to clean
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up the mess made by policymakers. you were one of them. you wish this were attached to a better or existing strategy. >> the strategy is -- we played it out in slow motion. yes, we made some gains recently, which people appreciate. but the time that it took to get that little gains that we got have created aid massive mess that's all over europe. europe sun pis unprepared for i. we're going to leave it to the next commander. >> you want to make it look like we are winning if you are the obama administration. you want to continue your policies. you want hillary clinton to win in november. ten minutes after the hour. we are following other stories. we will get to these headlines. the islamic state claiming responsibility for a homicide bombing that killed 41 people at a soccer game in iraq. 105 people were injured in the last rocking the small stadium. the attack coming as the iraq military announced major
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territorial gains against the army in the western part of the country. in american, detained in north korea has confessed to spying. he admitted he collaborated with south korean intelligence officials and spied for them. we don't know if those words were coerced by the north koreans. he called the acts shameful and pleaded for mercy. he was detained last october. this does come nine days after a u.s. tourist was sentenced to hard labor after he confessed to trying to steal a propaganda banner. it's the day of the democrats. voters heading out to caucus this morning in alaska, hawaii and washington today. bernie sanders spending all week on the west coast hoping to close the gap. so what is his winning plan? a little birdie stopped by a portland rally to tell him, bring world peace. >> this little bird doesn't know it.
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>> the vermont senator senator paused in admiration of its podium visitor before it flew away. it was sucked up by social media. check out this drawing one of hisse ased admirers posted. a lot of tweets surrounding that story. rick is not here. he is in the javitz center. where are you? >> i'm at the javitz center, the new york auto show. i'm in a nissan murano. you can get this for just under $30,000. i want to find a car that has weather capabilities. you come into one of these cars. it's important you can be safe when you are driving out on the road. we have a national map. we can see there's snow across south dakota and back towards colorado. we have rain across the central plains. we will see that today. and another windy day. more rain showers across areas of florida.
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that's the same system that brought the blizzard across colorado. go in towards denver and we will look at your current conditions. 24 degrees, more snow falling in denver. go to the five-day forecast. we warm up for the next few days. get ready wednesday, another storm c storm comes in. how is that? >> well done. >> did you look that up on the center console? >> it was impressive. >> you can do it right there. >> that's pretty good. thank you, rick. coming up, mexico appears to be trying to make sure they will never have to pay for a wall. by helping illegal immigrants become citizens so they can vote against donald trump. can they do that? busted. big trouble for the woman who tried to fake her own vacation photos. does that look real to you? ♪ vacation if you're running a business,
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illegal immigration is going to stop. it's dangerous. it's terrible. we either have a border or we don't. and if we don't have a border, we don't have a country. remember that. >> donald trump's tough stance on immigration caught the attention of mexico the country. check out what it is reportedly doing to stop him. mexico, according to some reports is helping mexicans in the united states become legal citizens so they can vote against donald trump. is that a legitimate reaction? here is lilly. is this true? and second, is it legitimate for a foreign country to do this?
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>> it's true there's a very well orchestrated national campaign to get people naturalized. in fact, last august i was invited to the white house for a briefing on this campaign. the risk -- i did mention this during the meeting, was that doing this during an election year could have the risk of making it a politicized subject. that's what we're seeing. it's okay. go get naturalized. i love that process. i went through the process. but do it for the love of the country, not just to go up against one particular candidate. >> you can see why to the outsider looking in it might look like this is a political party unhappy with the election results trying to chain the ii electorate. >> that's where we get into the fine line of wanting to promote civil engagement versus interfering with the election of another country. for the first time, while naturalization drives happen all the time, it's the first time a consulate -- a mexican consulate is hosting these kinds of events.
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that's where we get into the -- >> how would the government of mexico respond if the u.s. government decided to try to influence a mexican election? >> absolutely. >> or the government of guatemala which has a lot of migrants trying to do that. they would, of course, flip out completely, because that's a challenge to their sovereignty. >> absolutely. we wouldn't want to do that. i don't think the u.s. will ever do that. what we have heard from the mexican government, to give them a little credit, is that they are not interfering. they are hosting the events. that external parties are doing the clinics. still, you are in an official building. that is where it gets tricky. >> we actually have a statement from the mexican government. i'm going to read it here. this is a historic moment where the mexican consulate will carry out these events in favor of the mexican community. it's a lie, of course, to suggest the mexican government doesn't want to influence the election. of course they do. don't americans have a right to be outraged by that? any foreign government should not be tampering in our
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elections. >> i want to make it clear, we should not be outraged by documented immigrants wanting to become american citizens. that's why we're here. we love the country. i did it myself. but what is a problem once again is the gray line of an external government wanting to interfere whether organic or clever way in this election process here. i want everyone to vote. if you love trump or hate him, vote for him or against him. but vote for the right candidate, not just for -- out of a fear mongering of the fact i just don't want that guy. you have to make a decision that's right for you. >> good advice. thanks for joining us. great to see you this morning. according to john kerry, terrorists blowing up the bl brussels airport, that's prove things are working. ♪
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part of the airport and a train station leaving more than 30 people dead, including two americans. according to secretary of state john kerry, that might be proof that our anti-terror skrtrategys working. >> as the dragnet begins to close in in various places around the world, unfortunately, we may see some lone wolf attacks. but as a whole, daesh is being decimated. the very reason that daesh is resorting to actions outside of the middle east is that its fantasy of a caliphate is collapsing before their eyes. its revenue sources are dwindling. its fighters are fleeing. >> so should we blame the
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bombings on their brilliant strategy? here to react are our terror and intel panel. bo deedle and navid jamili and michael ware. a lot of knowledge at this table. navid, you have been involved in the intelligence. is this evidence -- are these attacks evidence that we're being successful? >> no. i think it's important to separate. the u.s. absolutely, we are successful. there's a reason we have not had an attack since september 11. that's because, our intelligence searches work. our military works. we're proactive and aggressive. you see when that -- when you don't do that, you have brussels and paris. two separate games here. >> i gotta disagree with my friend here. there was an attack in san bernardino. it was attributed to isis. you tell those families over
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there that lost their loved ones we haven't had an attack. we haven't had more attacks. i know john kerry very well. he is talking a bunch of hogwash. you have a president that's doing the tango -- you tell parents and relatives of those four americans blown up over there in brussels that everything is all right. this is part of the plan? that's hogwash. what he did in iran, the saum thing john kerry sat there, they are launching missiles, they are developing whatever they want. they have $150 billion. america looks like a toilet bowl around the world. >> michael, you have been in these groups. are they on their heels and are attacking? >> let's be clear. our military operations are putting them under pressure militarily. that's what we want to do. as much as possible we want to have them as worried about detection from the sky or elsewhere as they are worried about what they are doing. you know, the attack in
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brussels, in paris, in no way is a sign of their decembssimation. the goal is to spread attacks to the west. in no way is this the last rise of a dieing organization. >> to build on that, there's a difference being successful militarily and with intelligence service and not having a foreign policy. i have not heard from the administration what will happen post isis. >> use this for example. gangs terrorizing, murdering, drug dealing. go in full force. we have to hit syria and iraq with full military force. you have to stop the communication with them and all their little satellites all overed world. >> after 9/11, there was a mosque surveillance program here in new york city. they are not doing that in europe. should they do that. >> the former commissioner i spoke to wednesday morning before we did the show, there were two attacks averted because
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of the intelligence. you get this big bird mayor -- we can't surveil. we need more muslim cops, more undercover muslim cops because they want to talk arabic. we have a problem. i see them coming in the middle of the night with boxes. i want to know intelligence. i want to stop attacks, not just have guys with machine guns standing around. >> you have done intelligence. you have to have relationships to gather that intelligence. how far behind the curve are european intelligence services? >> that's what we were talking about. the person who has blood on their hands is edward snowden. snowden has absolutely caused a contraction in the intelligence services. luckily, the u.s. will not kowtow to his ridiculous claims. unfortunately, the europeans did. the result is -- >> it's more than that. particularly in brussels and in paris, where these attackers are coming from are essentially -- >> a three-block radius.
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>> muslim enclaves. it's moroccan and turkish. in you were europe, we have not assimilation you have in america. >> you can't serve a warrant after 4:00 in the afternoon. ridiculous stuff. >> do they realize that because they are -- they haven't adjusted to the fact we're at war? >> this is war right now. you gotta take the gloves off. because all i look at is the carnage that happened at the airport. we have to stop it around the world. we need intelligence. we have to start getting tough. that's why a trump candidate is appealing because people are sick and tired about getting slapped around. we will continue doing obama's work with hillary clinton. that's why we need a strong leader whether trump or cruz or whoever it is, we need a strong leader. >> certainly it permeates into the politics. it came out when we talk about interrogation, torture. >> this is the political silly
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season. no candidate has outlined their actual plan for defeating the islamic state. i tell you why. right now the candidates' policy on the islamic state is not to have a policy. they are trying to -- >> sure. we have no know, there are a majority of moderate muslims. we to let them know we're all living in this world together. we need their help. we need moderate muslims to come on board. we can't hate all muslims. we have to show them -- >> what we learned from post-preseptember 11th and when we left iraq, when there's a vacuum of power, terrorists step in. when isis goes away, we have to have a solution. i have not heard anyone -- >> i can attest, there's no vacuum of power on this panel here. michael, you have a documentary coming out. thank you for joining us. up next, he was injured by an ied explosion in afghanistan. this morning, we have a huge surprise for this american hero.
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good morning, friends. a frantic search for a woman who went missing while visiting friends in florida. she disappeared earlier this month after meeting a man at a bar. her family now believes that she may be in danger. her son says his mother has disappeared in the past for a few days but never for this long. she always checks in. it appears to be as though arson may be to blame for this double decker bus fire in south london. the fire erupting on the top deck of the bus sending black smoke into the sky and flames spilling out of the windows. amazingly, no one was injured. ed road was reopened 20 minutes later. scotland yard is still investigating how the flames broke out and who may have been behind it. is cadbury trying to erase easter? the candy maker is accused of dropping the holiday name from their products to make a more
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secular product. they deny the allegations. they say their product is obviously an easter egg whether it says it on the packaging or not. i love the goodness. you gotta fake it until you make it. that's what one kenyan woman did to win a trip to asia. she couldn't afford to travel the globe. she posted these photo shop fop images. or this tour that she never took. her bad attempt was seen by a businessman who launched a campaign to raise enough money for her to actually go. here is an unphotoshopped image of the two of them together as she prepares to make the trip for real. those are your headlines. is it a date? >> i don't know. he was wounded while defending our freedom in afghanistan.
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rick is live from the javitz center with special guests. rick? >> this is one of the best parts of the auto show every year. we are joined by governor cuomo, governor of the new york city. you are about to give the car to one of our incredible -- it's a big economic impact in new york city and new york state. how great is this? >> this is a great new york tradition. you are right, rick, it's great for the new york economy. we believe we will have a $300 million impact from the auto show. we will have 1 million visitors coming to new york. it's great from a business point of view. it's also a lot of fun. >> there's a big show going on at the opening of the auto show. that's why you hear the band as well. i will bring in dakota myers. you are a medal of honor recipient.
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toyota -- you are doing work with them and getting vets jobs. >> vets bring so much to the table when they transition out it's a process. with toyota and the u.s. chamber of commerce, we teamed up to help them in their transition to help put the veterans -- they are the greatest generation back into jobs. >> there are so many skills that so many vets have. it's important to get them jobs. toyota is doing that. governor, i want you to have the honor to award this car to jeff hacken. >> you know, one of the real highlights of this show for me is toyota remembers veterans and toyota speaks for so many americans. when we say thank you, thank you, thank you in a profound way. so many people have made such a sacrifice, more and more in this modern era, there's so much violence and so much need for defense. and we want you to know that every day we appreciate what you do and the sacrifice that you made. toyota has done that with donating this specially equipped
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vehicle, state of new york has a special edition purple heart plate. we want everyone to know what this is our small way of saying thank you and god bless you and we have tremendous respect for you and your family and the sacrifice you have made. so use the car well. >> thank you, sir. >> sergeant jeffrey hacken. this has to be exciting for you and your family. we were talking a second ago. what does it feel like? when did you find out you were getting this car? with your injuries you sustained, how is this going to help? >> a month ago i got nominated. my girls were excited. you gotta calm down. i don't know if i will make it. i told them. they were jumping all over the place. i use the left foot accelerator so i can drive my left foot because my right leg amputee. it's the gas pedal and it comes over to the left. a little mechanism. i have a wall there so i can turn with my right arm.
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i lost range of motion. >> tell us about your service. you were injured in 2011? >> basically, i went in '94. about 19 1/2 years. i retired. in 2011, on this date, 8/15/11 is when i got injured. i trained my guys, you gotta stay strong out there, keep calm. it will save your life. >> jeffrey, thank you so much for your service. this does not begin to repay what you have done for us. getting this car, this is yours to enjoy. governor, thank you for being here. >> thank you. my pleasure. >> this is yours. enjoy it. >> thank you. thanks to toyota. [ applause ] >> great thing that happens here every year at the auto show. very happy to see this. back to you. >> that's great. thanks. >> awesome he got to be a part of that. >> a governor, a couple of
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heros, dakota and the veteran. it's a wonderful thing. the mass immigration of muslims to a small michigan town is sparking debate. >> i don't think they're ready to assimilate. i don't think they're ready for the western culture yet. >> along with different cultural traditions that's being brought here, it's a melting pot. we love it. >> see my look at what it's like living in a muslim dominated town here in america. first, we will check in with charles paine for a look at what's coming up for the cost of freedom. >> as millions of americans hit the skies this weekend, an emergency meeting has been called that could change air travel as we know it. did this attract in brussels change everything? is it time for our middle east friends to pony up to take isis down? see you soon. honey, did you call the insurance company? not yet, i'm... folding the laundry! can you?
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a town outside detroit is the first muslim majority city in america. this follows an influx of immigrants from the middle east. how are they assimilating with the people who live there? pete went there to find out firsthand. >> it's a town unlike any other. surrounded by a city of detroit. it recently elected a muslim majority city council and more changes are coming. check it out. this is a town of 22,000, 40% are immigrants. in 2013 it became first muslim majority city in america. >> i don't see it anything other than us moving forward to better this city and this community into the new future. >> the councilman is part of the new muslim majority on the counc council. >> i never see myself as a muslim council member. i see myself as a mucouncil
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member. you see the multitude of different cultural, different background, getting along. >> in schools, students speak 27 different languages. young muslims here dress in western clothing and say they are assimilating. >> anybody that comes from overseas, this is the number one city. everything over here, it's not hard for them to live. they have the arabic stores. i was born in california. then i moved here in '04. came back in '08. i moved to flint until five months ago. >> why did you move to yemen? >> to speak the language, learn it. >> family back there? >> i have a lot of family. >> there's over 120 arrests of isis members in the united states. is there no reason for other americans to be worried? >> there's always, you know, crazy people everywhere. you know what i'm saying? it doesn't matter. i think we all stick together,
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watch for everybody. me facing my brother doing something wrong, i'm going to tell on him. why are you doing this? you know what i'm saying? >> other residents have concerns. >> there's an element of fear of the unknown. >> i want my kids to grow up in a safe america. right now i don't think it is safe. >> it's not epcot center. >> it's hard for them to watch the visually watch the city change around them. i think that that's pretty normal. >> in 1970, the polish catholic population was 90%. even earning a papal visit from the pope himself in the '80s. today, that polish catholic population is plummeting, leaving some to wonder what's next. >> i wonder what's going to happen to the churches right now, too. there's less and less people
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attending. they might end up -- we might end up with two, perhaps one. >> what you hear there, that's the islamic call to prayer. it blasts out five tyimes a day throughout the streets. the city has as many as seven mosques. more per capita than anywhere else in the country. one is expanding religious leaders buying a have a kanlt bui vacant building. >> shouldn't be on the main drag. i don't know why they're doing it. it's happening. >> does it make you raise an eyebrow? >> yeah. kind of. what it is is i guess way back they want to put a church on the main drag and the city would not allow it. now they aare allowing it. i don't agree. >> muslim leaders have spoken out denouncing religious extremism. it's what is not being said that
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has some on edge. >> the vast majority have demonstrated in public condemning those behaviors. that's not the root of islam. those extremists are not welcome anywhere in our community. >> being optimistic, i would like to think that people still can trust others. but being realistic, i know that's not always the case. >> any personal belief, i don't think they're ready to assimilate. i don't think they're ready for the western culture yet. >> residents we spoke to say they expect muslim population to continue to grow over the next couple of years because property is inexpensive. it's a town grappling -- used to be 90% polish. now it's 10%. >> does it feel american? >> it feels different. mosques and call to prayer. residents are -- there's lot o.
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a lot of folks that didn't want to talk on camera, because it lives on tape if you talk on camera. there is suspicion and uncertainty whether they will truly assimilate. >> you're saying in some areas they're not even learning the language. >> reporter: first generation, they come here. second generation, they're coming to the schools. there are 26 different languages spoken in hamtramck's different schools. the rejection of radicalism is wonderful to see. >> you're looking around and seeing these big tall church steeples from the polish population, now you hear the muslim call to prayer. ten minutes before the top of the hour, here's what's coming up on "fox & friends weekend" on your saturday. looking for easter fun with your family? great activities for you, we've got you covered. eastern inspired arts and crafts, next. hey america, still not sure
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we are decorating easter eggs, doing all kinds of kids' crafts on the plaza. our guest is from michael's crafts. good morning. >> you're a genius at this stuff. >> michael things it's so easy. i love this project, you can keep it as a memento for your family. we're going to work on this adorable easter egg.
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what we're going to do is take our canvases. it's really easy. i've got one right here. that's the first step. second step we're going to do is to take our watercolors. you guys both can try. there are going to be paint brushes right here. you've done this before, i can tell. choose a color that you like. look at that, and the design skills that you have, tucker. >> i like to brag about my watercolor skills. >> they're very good. >> what's the next step? >> after that, on the back of your eggs you have some double-sided tape. peel that backing off. this is good for unusual surfaces too. this is a great project to do with your kids because it's soap and water cleanup, and it's
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definitely family-friendly. you're going to peel it off. you're going to stick that right on there. >> we're going to keep painting. there's going to be more "fox & friends," not to brag. >> we're going to be right back. you can't have a hero, if you don't have a villain. the world needs villains [tires screeching] and villains need cars. ♪ mariecan make any occasion feel more special. so she makes her pie crust from scratch, and sprinkles on brown sugar streusel. so that you can spend more time making special moments with your family. marie callender's. it's time to savor. don't let dust and allergies get and life's beautiful moments. with flonase allergy relief, they wont. when we breathe in allergens, our bodies react by over producing six key inflammatory substances that cause our symptoms.
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♪ we continue with kids' crafts on the plaza. >> i've bedazzled mine in the corner. >> bedazzling is important. >> your kids will appreciate that. >> anna's was way more beautiful. >> we're actually finding out how to make bunny frames. >> we are. the kids are working on another really great project. after what we're doing here, working on the canvas frames,
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the kids are working on the bunny frame. put your easter picture right in there. >> that's beautiful. >> we're going to have to wrap it up. stick around for the after the show show, we're going to eat peeps and finish these. the manhunt intensifies for more terror suspects in europe. one european nation is that you thought its syrian refugee program to play it safe, something gop presidential candidates say we should do in america. democratic candidates say that's un-americ un-american. who has it right to keep us safe? hi, everybody. this is "bulls and bears." the bulls and bears this week, gary smith, john layfield, suzy welch and mark hannah. welcome to all of you. john, put our refugee program on pause, you say. >> the refugee program, yes, from places

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