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absolutely. tired of people running up or pulling out in front of me while talking or texting. i have a friend that actually died from some of those -- someone texting on their phone. this was a big deal. people are opinionated about it. >> it is. hopefully people will stop it. that does it for us. have a great day. >> "fox & friends" starts right now. >> bye. good wednesday morning to you. april 13th. i'm ainsley earhardt. donald trump dominating new york polls less than one week before the big primary next tuesday. now he suggests the rnc is working against him. >> the republican national committee, they should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this kind of crap to happen. >> is it really dirty tricks, or just the rules? you decide. then, billionaire versus billionaire. mark zuckerberg at facebook takes a shot at donald trump, the real estate guy. >> i hear fewerful voices calling for building walls and
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distancing people they label as others. >> the wall part's a giveaway. plus, wait until you hear what the facebook ceo, that's brian there, says about refugees. >> please take steve in the middle of my cold open just to be fair. steve's reaction to brian reading -- go ahead. let's take the video. what would you do if you found a stranger living in your house and you can't kick them out? it happened to an idaho couple. they will join us live. steve will react. >> i will. i can hardly wait. because mornings are better with both of us -- >> back to me. let's start the show. welcome to the program, brian. welcome back. >> thanks for having me back. appreciate it. >> you had a long weekend. >> i did. >> did you have fun? >> i had the chance to speak at liberty university in front of the student body. >> what was your topic? >> about thomas jefferson, the tripoli pirates.
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i had the chance to do that. great people there. i had the chance to meet willie's son, john luke -- >> willie? >> robertson. >> there's only one willie. >> i know a couple of willies. >> as well as jim kelly's daughter, erin. fantastic to see everybody. >> we missed you. >> of course, jerai jerry fall jr., too, very nice. >> we all had favorite movies of kevin costner -- >> i thought he was back today. >> caused a hubbub. it is two minutes after the top of the hour. ethier joins us again today -- heather joins us again today. a fox news alert? >> yes. brian wants to take on kevin costner. good morning, everyone. >> i guess we'll have to give brian our kisses today. >> he needs the attention. >> i got to get the back story. good morning, everyone. i have a serious story to start out the day with today. a fox news alert right now. a columbus, ohio, police officer who was shot in the line of duty over the weekend has now died.
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54-year-old steven smith was wounded during a standoff as s.w.a.t. teams tried to serve a warrant. he was a 27-year veteran of the force and now leaves behind a wife and two adult children. >> his legacy truly is about living life to the full evidence. he lived that 100%, 100 miles per hour. >> the suspect who shot him was charged with attempted murder. the charges will be upgraded. the white house could be close to releasing 28 secret documents from the 9/11 commission, and they may reveal a saudi connection. former florida senator bob graham telling fox news that a decision is coming in the next two months. graham co-chaired the congressional investigation following the attacks. he says the pages incriminate saudi arabia. listen -- >> it has been said publicly that this chapter primarily relates to who financed 9/11, and that it points a finger at saudi arabia.
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>> wow. the white house says it is making every effort to finish its review before the end of president obama's term. north carolina's governor firing back at critics of the so-called take a look bill with an executive order now. this coming as salt lake city's mayor bans travel to north carolina and also mississippi in protest. there's been an intense outcry over the bill. it requires people to use public bathrooms based on their birth gender. part of the bill remains. governor pat mccrory says the new executive order provides new protections including expanding the state's equal employment policy. and good news now for hillary clinton. we're all going to be talking about this today. new york city subway cars could soon be ancient history. so it would be a lot easier for her to get in, and she'd avoid having to do it five or so times. the mta, the entity that governs the subway stuff in new york city, will ask companies to submit promotion e proposals for new ways to pay for rides. it took her five ways to get through last week. you may have a little card that
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you touch, and then you're in, to avoid embarrassing moments perhaps. >> that happens to me sometimes, but i've never run for president. the only difference. >> you also take the subway regularly. >> i do. sometimes you've got to get to the next turnstyle. she should have known that. sometimes it's not going to let you in. >> steve looked -- went down to test it out. and every single person except for one in both live shots -- it took everyone one try except for one person. >> if you notice, she did it five times. what i think is because she'd never been there, using a metro card before, it probably opened each time. she was just expected it to pop open. that's what i think. >> you think? >> if you notice, so she tried five times, it didn't work. the next person through, if you watch the raw tape, one time. >> right through? you're saying it probably did. the little thing pops up and says try again. try it this one. >> i don't think -- >> it makes this aaa noise. >> in the future, you tap it like they do in washington, d.c.. >> or get a cab. >> right. like on "saturday night live."
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to the campaign trail now. the republican family feud heating up again between donald trump and party leaders. >> this as fresh polls show trump has a gigantic lead in new york state. six days away from the primary. >> how do you know that? we checked the polls. fox news' kristin fisher reporting from washington, d.c., with the latest. hey, kristin. >> reporter: good morning. so there are now three polls in three days that show donald trump with a lead of more than 30 points in new york. this latest one from quinnipiac university has him ahead by the largest margin yet, 35 points. trump is at 55%. kasich is at 20. ted cruz at 19. trump is still complaining about the results of colorado's convention last weekend. at a rally yesterday in rome, new york, trump continued to call the nominating process crooked and corrupt. >> this was a dirty trick. these are dirty tricksters. this is a dirty trick, and i'll tell you why -- the rnc,
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republican national committee, they should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this kind of crap to happen. >> now the chairman of the rnc is firing back saying, "the nomination process is known for a year-plus beyond. it's the responsibility of the campaigns to understand it. complaints now? give us all a break." so far, trump has not directly responded. part of trump's concern heading into cleveland is that if it goes to a contested convention, someone not currently running like, say, house speaker paul ryan, could sweep in and perhaps win the nomination. yesterday, amid mounting speculati speculation, paul ryan shot the theory down. he said, i want to put the theory to rest once and for all. i do not want and would not accept the nomination. count me out. keep in mind, ryan said essentially the same thing about becoming house speaker. and now, he's house speaker, but ryan says the presidency is different. he says he believes the republican nominee should be someone who's actually running for president. novel concept. >> that narrows it down.
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thank you very much. >> i think he might be waiting for a different time. a lot of people like him. >> or just to be speaker. >> right. >> he has a huge job ahead and has to run the rnc. seven minutes after the hour. let's talk about donald trump. yesterday he was outraged. he talked to the hill and outlets say, listen, i don't like the process that happened in california. i was shut out. 34 -- >> colorado. >> colorado, excuse me. shut out 34 delegates to nothing. the question is, is it corrupt? is it corrupt or just a system in place that's bizarre and unfair? colorado got to choose it. >> people are shocked that in colorado, you know, people who wanted to vote couldn't. they didn't caucus. they didn't primary. they didn't do any of that stuff. i was talking to a friend in denver yesterday. they were surprised they didn't get to vote. paul manaford has been hired by the campaign the last week or so. he's propping up the quest for delegates. he said last night essentially what mr. trump has said, but in a very clear way, there's
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something going backstage. watch. >> the thing is if it was only in colorado, they would say it's unorganized. we're seeing the same mistakes in colorado, in missouri, and in a couple -- louisiana. so the mistakes are not really mistakes. it's a pattern. >> a pattern of what? >> a pattern of at the local levels, abusing the amateurness of the enthusiasm of republicans who want to participate in the process and are being cut out by backroom tactics that is the hallmark of the cruz campaign. >> trump says basically the rnc wants to use this to get me out of the running because they can't control me because i'm financing my own campaign. cruz says he's being a bully. he says, i'll follow the rules. then priebus said each should know the rules. he didn't know the rules --
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>> a solid ground game. whatever you think, he's put together a solid campaign. he studied each and every state. he goes back and tries to get the unpledged dlampts he's -- he's doing everything he can. >> he did follow the rules. the question is, are those fair rules? shouldn't the people go to the polls? >> absolutely. the colorado republicans should be outraged. >> the colorado republicans decided to hold the event like that. i think people are outraged that they did that. do you -- we want you to talk us to via e-mail and twitter and facebook. is it rigged, or are those the rules? e-mail us, facebook us, tweet us. or just send us $35 in the next 48 hours. that's what ted cruz just sent out an e-mail requesteding campaign funds. and if you send at least $35, ladies and gentlemen, you could become a deputy delegate, part of the cruz crew, your name would be in that white strip there, and you would get that
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card you that could use when you need a flash i.d. >> that card could be in your wallet, ladies and gentlemen. all you do is give $35 to the cruz crew. this is what the e-mail said that he sent to people that he wants to support his campaign. "while not everyone can be an official convention delegate, i'm asking you to joinine team by becoming a deputy delegate today." >> it goes on to say "the support will give you behind-the-scenes access and information on campaign delegate strategy." the big question, though, is how many people are going to spend $35 and think it's going to get them into the convention? >> there's the big question. can't you envision this? the convention doors are closed. let me in! i spent $35. i am a -- a deputy delegate! >> for the record, you grabbed my arm, i didn't flex. >> this time. mark zuckerberg is rich and doesn't wear suits. he also created facebook and thinks he knows more than everybody else and wants the world to come together. here's an example of him
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targeting a certain man without using his name. i believe it rhymes with trump. >> i hear fearful voices calling for building walls and distancing people they label as others. for blocking free expression, for slowing immigration, reducing trade and, in some cases around the world, even cutting access to the internet. it takes courage to choose hope over fear. our lives are connected. and when we're welcoming a refugee fleeing war or an immigrant seeking new opportunity, when we're coming together to fight global disease like ebola or to address climate change, i hope that we have the courage to see that the path forward is to bring people together, not push people apart. >> if you want to build a war to guard against your border, if you're worried about using al qaeda using the interagainnet at us, you're not open. >> not a fan of yours. i have a feeling this will start
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at a grassroots level, but a lot of people probably supporting mr. trump. will express themselves inside 140 characters. >> right. he's come under fire for promoting open immigration policies in the past, donald trump, saying it hurts the businessman in america. this wednesday, coming up, did michelle obama have a secret ploy to keep hillary clinton out of the white house? did she want somebody else to run and win? we'll go inside the first family feud can secrets not revealed until three minutes from now. >> by the tone of your voice, i think the answer is yes. tear down that wall. more college students in trouble for building walls supporting trump. where is the tolerance on campus? david lee roth sang about it. ♪ jump i am totally blind. i lost my sight in afghanistan. if you're totally blind, you may also be struggling with non-24.
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the feud between the clintons and obamas was so tense that first lady michelle obama wanted joe biden to run for president. that's one of the many secrets revealed in this new book called "first women: the grace and power of america's modern first ladies." there's the book cover. the book's author, kate anderson brower, joins us now. hey, kate. congratulations on this book. beautiful cover. >> thank you. >> let's talk about the feud
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between the clintons and obamas. >> you know, i covered the white house as a bloomberg reporter. so i talked to my sources who were in the white house with the obamas. they said, you know, michelle obama kind of looks down her nose at hillary clinton. the obamas view the clintons as this political dynasty that came before them and they could have gotten more done in the white house if it hadn't been for some of the president's personal behavior in the white house. i interviewed some people around laura bush. they were surprised when laura bush's east wing aides came in with michelle obama's east wing aides. they were surprised that michelle didn't adopt this program that hillary clinton had been so proud of as first lady. they thought surely since hillary is going to be in obama's cab nettinet that she w have adopted this historic preservation. she didn't feel the obligation to continue the program. 2008 was tense. michelle is not a politician.
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and she doesn't like sort of washington, you know, the game of politics. >> you talk about in the book that the first wives, they're the ones that are the grudge holders. what do you mean by that? >> there are tense relationships. there's a chapter called "bad blood." barbara bush hasn't forgiven hillary clinton for what hillary clinton said in a "vanity fair" story implying that george h.w. bush had an affair. you know, barbara -- they are the grudge-holders again and again. pat nixon was so upset that when richard nixon lost in 1960 to jfk, she wanted a recount. again and again. but there's also a sisterhood. >> i love the story of pat nixon with jackie o. >> a great story. i think it shows that this crosses party lines. you know, jackie kennedy wouldn't go back to the white house after her husband's assassination. and in 1971, pat nixon was the one who convinced her. pat nixon's an underrated first lady. she did a lot in the white house. bringing, you know, art and opening it up to disabled people
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for tours. she's fascinating. and she invited jackie for this very private visit, very emotional visit. and jackie wrote her a letter saying, can you imagine, after the visit, can you imagine the gift you gave me and my family? the day i dreaded turned out to be one of the most wonderful days with my children. she brought caroline and john-john to the white house. >> i know you're not revealing your sources. what do you say to critics who say, how do we know this is truthful? >> my sources, i have multiple people saying this. if you just look at the facts of the 2008 campaign, i can't imagine it's that surprising that there is bad blood there. again, you see this over and over with these women. the women take the campaign very seriously. >> you said most of your friends in washington say everyone knows all these stories. the rest of us don't. >> exactly. right. that's why -- it's interesting. >> thank you. i wish you all the best with the book. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. coming up, a family finds a stranger living in their house. even worse, they can't get her to leave. and neither can the police.
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if you're just waking up, 6:24 in new york city. first up in headlines, president obama set to sign a bill this morning for funding to fight the zika virus. this after the centers for disease control sounded the alarm saying it's much scarier than they first thought. nearly 40,000 verizon workers walking off the job. here's a live look from one of those strikes in new york city. land line and cable workers are upset over a move to freeze
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their pensions. they walked off the job 24 minutes ago, 6:00 in new york city. meanwhile, affluenza teen ethan couch, back in court today to find out the conditions of his adult probation. they could include up to 180 days in jail. couch killed four people in a drunk driving accident. a judge ruled he was too rich and too spoiled to know better. the man who landed a gyrocopter on the u.s. capitol grounds is about to learn his fate. douglas hughes said the flight was his way of calling attention to the big money in politics. he now faces up to three years to think about what he did. brian? >> all right. 24 minutes after the hour. imagine finding out a stranger moved into your house. when you call the police to report the trespasser, they say you are the one that has to vacate the property. it happened to our next guest. now they're in the middle of a legal battle to get their home back. they're explain the bizarre story that the stranger -- stranger than fiction, homeowners brian and renee
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prindle. first off, how does this happen? how do you not just call the cops and say there's a trespasser in my house, get him out? >> she came out of the house with a lease agreement. and it turned it into a civil matter. >> what lease agreement? >> it was a lease agreement that you can download off of the internet, anyone can get it. and it had a third-party signature on it. and our names were nowhere on the agreement. >> this is outrageous. why did -- why does that document count? >> beautiful we're told due to privacy acts there's no proof that she was a defrauder or that she broke into the home. so at that point, the lead cop at the time had to call higher up, prosecuting attorney's
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office, to figure out what they were supposed to do. upon that, we were basically told that we needed to vacate the property. they did that respectfully. we also had to contact the attorney the next morning to get things rolling. >> unbelievable. i see the pain and frustration in your face. debra smith is this woman. she moved in after calling a number in an ad for rental properties. and she said she moved in, gave that man $1,500, therefore she has a right to stay. that seems to be working so far? >> yeah, yeah. it's definitely working in her favor. meanwhile, several other people are suffering because of it. >> in what way? >> well, we are pending sale on our home, and now we have a buyer in california that is homeless because she's ready to sign papers, and we can't get debra out of the house. >> does debra do drugs, too? is there drug paraphernalia in
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the house, brian? >> yes, there was. at the time that we had gone to discuss things with debra civilly before we actually had our attorney go through with the eviction, there were things throughout the home that we took pictures of they -- it wasn't bowl pairer in nailah. it was stuff -- paraphernalia. it was stuff that wouldn't hold up in court. it was hard to prove what it was. >> could this happen to others now? >> absolutely, yeah. we've been hearing more and more cases coming through social media that this is happening all around us. all across the country. and people need to be aware of it. >> well, i'll tell you what, first off, brian, what's the actual next step? >> right now, just due to the
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fact that we're not landlords and she's not our tenant, we had taken the steps to get the expedited eviction because we're not landlord. we couldn't do the nonpayment. so we had to go for the drug part of it. now we're in the -- we're basically forced to do the amendment and act as landlords and do the regular eviction. >> landlords to a woman that's doing drugs that doesn't even belong there? this is incredible. brian and renee, keep watching. coming up later in the show, bob massey will join us. in fact, 8:20 eastern time, to tell you how to keep this from happening to you. >> thank you. >> and hopefully help brian and renee with that. best of luck, guys. you deserve justice. we hope you get it. coming up straight ahead -- does money burn a hole in your kids' pocket? next, financial expert rachel cruz answers your questions about teaching kids about the almighty dollar which her dad taught her. that will be coming up next. and also straight ahead,
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old dems. good point. >> 27 pants suits. >> i like that. also how to lose a socialist in ten primaries. >> by the way, i think bernie has won most of the last ten primaries. >> he has. when bernie met sallie mae, that's interesting. >> and our favorite -- you've got classified mail. >> yeah. although bernie doesn't want to talk about it. >> do you have any suggestions for the bernie/hillary rom-coms? e-mail us or use the hash tag. >> and i'll tell you, steve, ainsley, everyone's talking about between cruz and what's going on in colorado and trump. the bigger story is superdelegates and hillary clinton. that's going to be a bigger, bigger story. i know she's going do well in new york. as bernie gets more steam in the future primaries, they'll be saying, what is going on? >> when you take the superdelegates away there her, they're pretty much tied. >> they're even. it's true. >> speaking of cruz, we've got rachel cruz with us very shortly. right now, heather's got some other cruz news.
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>> that's right. this about heidi cruz, the wife of senator ted cruz. for the first time, heidi cruz, weast of the president -- wife of the presidential candidate, breaking her silence on alleged affair allegations. listen to this. >> it's garbage. it's just garbage. there is another example of donald trump engaging in the politics of personal destruction, using his henchmen to go out and try destroy others when he's losing. and i think these silly barbs and made-up stories did not come out earlier in the campaign because he felt he was doing okay. >> mrs. cruz also responding to trump's unflattering re-tweet showing her side by side his with wife melania. heidi says she doesn't tweet, so by default, she ignores. new clues in the murder of saints player will smith after a loaded handgun is found inside his mercedes suv. police say there's no evidence the gun was fired. it's unclear who the gun belongs to. another loaded gun was found
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inside the car of suspect cardel hayes. that's in addition to the one that police say that hayes used in the fatal shooting. police suspect a hit and run between the men prompted the shooting. hayes is being held on $1 million bond. he's expected to face additional charges for shooting smith's wife in the leg. two dangerous inmates who escaped from a missouri prison by squeezing through a shower door were caught as the cameras rolled. watch. this police hunting them down. two days later in texas. fresh handcuffs are slapped on. they give a bizarre interview. watch this. >> we had to outrun them somehow. we knew -- we knew he wasn't run on the railroad tracks. >> there you go. the pair escaping the same facility last year. they might have a problem at that facility. >> is anyone staying in prison? >> everyone's escaping these days. take a look at this mess. a violent scene on the campus of tulane university in new orleans. sandbags hurled on to the street
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as members of the community violently take down a makeshift wall in front of the kappa alpha fraternity. their anger stemming from the pro-trump message written on that wall. a similar controversy unfolding at ohio university. school officials canceled greek week activities over a similar trump message. all it says is trump, 2016. free speech, right? the school community here also quick to condemn support for trump's wall. what do you think about that? those are your headlines. wait a minute, aren't we supposed to be talking about free speech on college campuss? >> the ohio university, was -- that wall was for graffiti. apparently they didn't like that message. they canceled some activities for the greek. >> wow. those folks need to hang out with the kifd ds at emory university. they're chalking. >>trange trump derangement syn
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tds. we all want our kids to have financial success, how can we help them get there? here is someone to to answer your questions, from ramsey solutions, financial expert and co-author of "smart money, smart kids," rachel cruz. thanks for being with us. >> good morning. thanks for having me on. >> good morning to you. we have e-mail from people watching the program. wanted some answers. first up, teresa from virginia e-mails -- what is the best age to start a checking account for kids and teach them how to balance it? good luck. >> right, no, this is a great question. yeah. i would say around age 14 is a great time to introduce the checking account. parents, figure out the amount of money you would normally spend on your teenagers, put that amount into a student checking account, and let them be responsible for it. now, obviously as a parent, you'll watch over it. they need to learn how to use the debit card, how to reconcile their checking account, all of that. they have that responsibility themselves. >> and if -- >> you give them a card, you should explain if you don't use your bank, it's going withdraw like $2 or $3 when you use another bank. >> exactly, yeah. all the rules of the debit card
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and the bank account apply. parents, walk your teenagers through that. >> right. rachel says, from indiana, "our kids are 12 and 14. they have always used us as an atm, and we haven't done a good job of teaching them about money. how do we start to make this right?" >> i think a lot of parents feel this way. they're the human atm. i would say first, the 14-year-old, introduce the checking account there for them. but all kids need to understand that money comes from work. money doesn't come from mom and dad's back pocket. instead of allowances, put them on commission. they work, they get paid, they don't work, they don't get paid. that could be chores in the house or could be jobs outside the home. >> this next one does ask about allowances. rebecca from missouri emails, "when your kids get paid for chores, do you recommend matching their saving contributions to encourage them to start saving?" >> sure. if you want to, you can. if it's in your budget, you can. if they're saving for something small, let them save up and pay for it. if it's something bigger, saving for a car like i did at 16, my
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parents matched that expense. as a parent, you can decide. yeah, it's a great incentive if you do. >> no kidding. another great incentive is if you wound up with a scholarship and actually you're here to announce the financial literacy challenge. somebody's going to wind one a $40,000 scholarship, right? >> that's right, steve. yeah, we are so excited about this. if any high school student goes to, they take a quiz about money. if they get 100%, they're entered to win a ton of prizes, up to $55,000 in prizes, including that $40,000 scholarship for a high school senior. if you know a high school student out there, make sure they go to to take the quiz. it's huge. this is financial literacy month. we do want to push this message for students. >> i've got a feeling a bunch of people will take it now for their kids and say it's their kids who are actually doing it. >> right. right. >> must be the student. >> you are changing lives. that's sweet of you. thank you very much for doing, that rachel. >> thanks for having me on? you bet. still ahead on this
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time for your mini news, caught-on-camera edition. heavy rain causing a roof to collapse, sending water down a mississippi school. the video shows a few men running out of the building as the water pushes through. thankfully no one was hurt. an oklahoma school bus driver being hailed a hero today after saving a boy choking on a penny. >> he's got a coin! >> he's got a coin? oh, my lord. are you serious? >> the bus driver jumps into action using the heimlich maneuver to get the coin out. she says it was the first time in 17 years she had to use her cpr training. the little enjoy okay, and he kept the penny. look at that video. incredible. steve? >> thanks. our next guest says presidents george w. bush and bill clinton taught him how to be a better father. ron fornier is a senior political columnist for "national journal," and the author of the new book, "love that boy: what two presidents,
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eight road trips, and my son taught me about a parent's expectation." thank you very much for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> the book, "love that boy," is excellent. >> thank you. >> it talks about your son, tyler, who -- when he was growing up, you thought what about him? >> it was brilliant h. a photographic memory. funnier than heck. very precocious. kind of like little professor, which ironically i found out years later is what han hans ansberger called boys with asberger, little professors. that's what tyler was like. >> at what stage was he diagnosed? >> he was 12 years old. looking back, we missed a lot of signs -- especially me. i was too busy being a hot-shot reporter, chasing my career. >> you blame yourself in the beginning of the book. you say, maybe i should have spotted it. i should have been helping my wife more? >> what parent doesn't blame themselves? especially fathers. we've got to be more attuned to our kids and wives. looking back, there's a part, i
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didn't want to admit that he was different. >> yeah. and at what point did your wife, lori, say, you know, you're going to have to have to help me with this. and are you going to go an odyssey and take your son on a roadtrip? >> this is -- she's the hero of this book. and you'll see why when i tell you the story. we're walking out of the doctor's office. he had been diagnosed. she's got tears in her beautiful blue eyes, and she said, it's time to step up buddy, to me. you need to bond with him, get him out in the world so the things we found out aren't uncomfortable to him. they're unnatural. like shaking hands and looking someone in the eyes. he needs to practice. that i want youing to to presidential sites, that's his fixation. he loves history. and covering the presidency is what kept you away from him. get out.end time with him. help him. >> and have him meet some presidents. you thought to yourself, well, that's not going to happen. >> that's right -- i don't know if -- use probably haven't followed anything i've written, but i rode president bush hard and president clinton very hard.
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i like kicking powerful people in the teeth. they both could have not been more gracious. they immediately agreed to meet with him. wasn't an interview. it was them each spent an hour with him, eight days apart. and one of the most courageous things i've seen is my son, who having a conversation with his sister is hard, let alone with two of the smartest men that he'll ever meet. >> and in the beginning, you were -- everything that he did, you were on pins and needles, like is this going to be embarrassing, is this going to be bad? as it turns out, it was all good. through the book you talkbots transformation of you as the worried dad to you where you are now. >> i like to say i went from fixating over my idealized son and realizing that i already had the ideal son. the title comes from a quote from george bush when tyler was 5. he was acting out. and the president who is intuitive in the room grabbed my hand and said, "i love that boy." and i do love him despite the fact that he's quirky.
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took me ten years and my wife, i love him because he's different. what makes him different is what makes him special. >> the book is terrific. >> thank you very much. >> it is a great book. i recommend it completely. called "love that boy." thank you very much for joining us live. give our best to tyler who is now in high school. >> he graduates in two months. >> fantastic. >> it's been great. >> i'm sure he's watching now. tyler, good luck to you. >> thank you. coming up, former new york city mayor rudy giuliani says he's going to vote for donald trump but won't actually endorse him. what's the reason that? we'll talk to him live in the next hour. and this guy is going to need a bigger boat or kai yak. >> oh, my god! that's a big [ bleep ] gator, buddy. [ crying ] >> that is a big gator! >> i'm scared! >> oh! >> yeah, a father/daughter fishing trip turns into fear after coming face to face with a giant, maybe 15-foot-long gator. they join us live with the story coming up. at old dominion, we see freight...
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got a fish. be careful. oh, my gosh. that's a big [ bleep ] gator. that is a big gator. >> i'm scared. >> oh. >> i want mommy. >> that was a big -- did you see it? holy cow. >> he's bigger than your boat. >> bigger than your boat. that will make your home sink, right? just when you thought it was
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safe to go in the water, louisiana native lance burgos and his daughter evan were taking a kayaking trip through the swamp. >> but when lance checked the fishing line he got more than he bargained for, a massive 12 to 15 foot long alligator. it's estimated. given how big that snout is right there. but as you saw in that video, now gone viral they escaped safe and sound. lance and evan burgos are joining us live from baton rouge. good morning. >> good morning. >> when you pulled up that bobber, lance, and you saw how big that thing was, we had to bleep part of it. you have had a couple of days to think about it. what was on the other end of that thing? >> well, a giant -- a river monster, really. a really big gator. bigger than anything i have ever seen or been that close to.
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in my life. in my kayak. i have seen gators growing up in south louisiana, down in morgan city. we have been around alligators all our life in the bayou. but nothing that up close and personal. >> evan, was that you crying in fear in the background? >> yes. >> okay. were you standing behind your dad in that video? or sitting behind your dad? >> yes, i was behind him. sitting behind him. >> what was going through your mind? >> well, i kind of thought that the alligator would pull us down. but the first thing daddy threw the -- it back in the water and i started screaming and crying right away. i just told him to hurry and to go and to paddle. >> that's good advice. of course i'm with your daughter, lance. i think that the -- i would think that the gator is under the boat. under the kayak and will eat me when i'm about to pop out. did you know that those waters were dangerous?
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>> no. we have been there a couple years. a buddy of mine, we take our daughters out on the father/daughter camping trip. it's been our second year doing that. we knew there would be some reptiles out, but nothing of that -- nothing of that size, no. >> no. >> what did mom think? >> i think she was a little scared. you know, i don't think she realized at first how big that animal really was. i think she's going to give us pir mission to -- permission to go back. >> evan, real quickly, will you ever get back in the kayak with your dad out on the river? >> yes, i'll probably go fishing with him again. but no more pulling the jugglers. >> and stay in the boat. >> thank you so much. >> what a story. all right, coming up on a wednesday, former new york city mayor rudy giuliani says he'll vote for donald trump, but won't
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the u2 front man has a plan to stop isis. finally, did he tell the edge? mornings are better with "friends." it was good to see bono out. he had the bike action in central park. he went to capitol hill yesterday. >> how was your time off? >> i missed you guys. i'm upset that i missed kevin costner. that's all everybody is talking about as i walked in the building. >> i have i have a feeling he'll be back real soon. >> we really missed you, until he walked in. >> he has a movie out day after tomorrow. >> he's so at home here. >> he's welcome on the curvy couch any time. >> why are you shaking your head? >> they were blowing it out of proportion. i was not that in love. but he's a cute guy, right, heather? >> he was enjoying his conversation with you. >> oh, come on.
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>> that's what's going on here? >> wide ranging -- >> it's all in good fun. i'm perfectly happy, but it was -- it was fun. fun to interview him. >> he doesn't normally smile on the show. but he was just beaming. >> right. >> it was a good promotion for his movie. >> was it because steve had his skinny suit on? >> it has nothing to do with steve. "criminal" comes out on friday. >> who just walked off the job? >> verizon. this is a fox news alert. nearly 40,000 -- 40,000 verizon employees walking off the job this morning. you are taking a live look at pictures from falls church, virginia, just outside of washington, d.c. they started at 6:00 a.m. by land line and cable workers walking off the job. they're upset over a move to freeze their pensions and
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outsourcing. verizon said it was ready for the strike and they have trained thousands of nonunion workers to fill in. here's a live look at boston. we saw live pictures from pennsylvania. this is affecting lots of people along the east coast. we'll bring you more as we get it. another alert to bring you right now. a columbus police officer who was shot in the line of duty over the weekend has now died. 54-year-old steven smith was wounded during a standoff as s.w.a.t. teams tried to serve a warrant. he was a 27-year veteran of the force and now leaves behind a wife and two adult children. >> his legacy truly is about living life to the fullest. he lived that 100%. 100 miles per hour. >> oh, the suspect who shot officer smith was charged with attempted murder and now the charges will likely be upgraded. you remember the affluenza teen, ethan couch? he'll appear in an adult court later today to find out the new conditions of his probation that could include up to 180 days in jail. this happening after he violated
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his probation and you'll remember this story, when he ran off to mexico with his mom back in december and then he was caught. in 2013, couch killed four people and injured nine others in a drunk driving crash in texas. a judge ruled that he was too rich and too spoiled to know any better. so that's why he was spared the jail time. and a presidential surprise at the ballpark. a nice story now. george h.w. bush throwing out the ceremonial first pitch in houston. there he goes. tossing ball from his wheelchair right in front of home plate. it was a little bit outside, but bush 41 pumped his fist anyway. the 90-year-old is a long-time astros fan. unfortunately they lost to the royals 3-2. so fan to see him and those are your headlines. >> and the bushes don't live far from the baseball stadium. they go to a lot of games out there. >> oh, i love to see him out there. >> thank you very much.
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now to the campaign trail. fresh polls out show donald trump with a massive lead in his home state of new york. >> however, the republican front-runner igniting another today with party leaders after his big loss in colorado. >> fox news kristin fisher has more on all that and so much more. live from d.c. >> reporter: well, donald trump is accusing them of dirty tricks for several days now, but last time he believes that the rnc is actively working to defeat him. listen to what he said in rome, new york, about his loss over the weekend. >> of this a dirty trick. these are dirty tricksters. this is a dirty trick. i'll tell you what. the rnc, the republican national committee, they should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this kind of crap to happen. >> reporter: but the rnc is saying these aren't dirty tricks, but simply the rules and the rules were set last year. now the chairman of the rnc taking it up a notch and taking
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a page out of trump's playbook by posting this tweet. nomination process is known for a year plus beyond. it's a responsibility of the campaigns to understand it. give us all a break. and the concern headed into the possible contested convention is that someone not currently running like paul ryan can come in and win the nomination. but paul ryan said, no way, no how, count me out. >> i want to put this to rest once and for all. let me be clear. i do not want, nor will i accept the nomination for our party. count me out. >> reporter: now, the same could perhaps be said for ted cruz's chances of winning the new york primary or john kasich. the latest poll has ted cruz 36 points behind trump. so with that kind of margin all three of the republican candidates are turning their attention to the following tuesday's contest. kasich will be in maryland and
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cruz and trump will be in pennsylvania. brian, ainsley and steve. >> thank you very much. you cited the empire state of new york's polls out there right now. a new one for maryland this morning. trump is at 41, cruz is at 29, kasich is at 24. on the democrat side, hillary is really beating bernie bad. 58 to 36. they say given the number of people who are on the democratic side, the state will likely go to the democrat in the general election. >> yeah. you know what's interesting is that a lot of these places, kasich is coming in second and ted cruz will be in third. >> every state is different. >> you know, in fact, paul m manafort said that april will be a bad month for cruz. he'll probably finish third in delegates. he did well in colorado, but the trump team is throwing a flag on what happened out there. here's paul last night with sean.
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>> if it was only in colorado, you could say it was unorganized but we are seeing the same mistakes in colorado, in missouri. and in a couple -- louisiana. so the mistakes are not really mistakes. it's a pattern. >> a pattern of what? >> a pattern of at the local levels abusing the amateurness of the enthusiasm of the republicans who want to participate in the process and are being cut out by back room tactics that is the hallmark of the cruz campaign. >> it's a complicated situation. reince priebus is right, it was on the books. but it also is for somebody who's branded in politics li like -- brand new in politics for trump and like us, why would colorado agree to this? >> a good point. that's why people like donald trump. because he's anti-establishment and the establishment people they know how this works. you have to get "x" amount of people, seal all the delegates. donald trump said this is my first time, i don't have the experience. maybe those are the rules, but
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we don't like the rules. he is saying because the people's voices aren't being heard. >> right. they didn't do a traditional caucus or a primary. instead, party elites chose the delegates. michael said this on facebook, i've never understood why the popul popular vote doesn't decide. let the majority decide not just the few states with the electoral votes. >> mike on facebook said it's only corrupt and cheating when he isn't winning. >> and alan says something like this in a different voice. the people need to pick the next president, not delegates. they're getting free trips to the caribbean or whatever, rigged. but the weird thing about delegate acquisition, you can give -- not necessarily a free trip, but plane rides, hotel rooms. a lot of things you can do to get a delegate. if you're a billionaire it might be easy to lead out the roll carpet. >> you might have a red carpet leading to your 757. >> we talked about the republicans, right, let's talk about the democrats too.
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we know that hillary clinton is running against bernie sanders. well, the president was at a monument dedicated to women suffragists, and listen to this comment carefully. >> i want young girls and boys to come here. 10, 20, 100 years from now to know that women fought for equality. it was not just given to them. i want them to be astonished that there was ever a time when women were vastly outnumbered in the boardroom or in congress. but that there was ever a time when a woman had never sat in the oval office. >> hmm. does that -- a woman in the oval office. is he endorsing hillary clinton? >> it sounds like it. he was reading something. so it sounded like it was prepared. it wasn't like, i'm at a woman's event, i want to say, hey, women can be the next president or women can be president down the road. he was reading this. so it sounds to me like maybe it's a back handed endorsement. >> but at the same time, ainsley, you were talking to a woman who's coming out with the first lady book. the obamas do not like the
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clintons. and vice versa. >> well, maybe they like them better than bernie sanders. i don't know. we have a clip from interview. >> we do. it's very clear that the obamas don't like the clintons. listen. >> michelle obama kind of looks down her nose at hillary clinton. the obamas view the clintons as this political dynasty that came before them and they could have gotten a lot more done in the white house if it hadn't been for some of the president's personal behavior. in the white house. there is a risk there. 2008 was obviously very tense and some of the things that hillary clinton said have stayed with michelle over the years. michelle is not a politician, she doesn't like the game of politics. if you look at the facts of the 2008 campaign, i can't imagine it's that surprising there's bad blood there. >> kate also said that historically, it's the first ladies who carry the grudges. >> that's right. >> throughout history in the white house. >> she didn't especially like michelle obama when hillary
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clinton would mock then-senator obama and say the skies are going to open up and the world going to be great and the angels will be singing. evidently, michelle obama is having trouble turning the page on that line. >> sounds like she can hardly wait to get out of the white house and start making some money, giving speeches and writing books and things like that. and also, it's revealed in the book that when michelle obama wants to unwind she watches television. "real housewives of atlanta" is one of her favorite. >> i like the "o.c." and "new york." >> i like the fix it and flip it shows. coming up, isis rapidly spreading in the middle east. but how fash can -- far can isis reach around the globe? dr. sebastian gorka has an inside look at how they're spreading to the rest of the world. the story is hard to believe. a woman lost in the middle of the arizona wilderness, saved by using sticks and rocks. the incredible survivor story is straight ahead. i have to go. i take these out...
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iraq, but how far is the islamic state's reach beyond the borders? today we look at the terrorist footprint on isis, where they are in the world today. and how we get them and actually defeat them. it's all part of a week-long series examining isis. nobody better to do it than my next guest, he's written a book about it. dr. sebastian gorka, the author of this book "defeating jihad" which is awesome. i'm catching up on day three. we're looking at where they are. so let's get started. this is where i believe we will find the caliphate. >> yes. right through here. they're spreading across national borders and controlling more territory than the size of the united kingdom right now. >> they have a taxation system, beginning an education system. they have a judicial system. >> you name it. the things that a nation state has to have, controlling
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territory, population, they're doing it. >> how many do we have here? >> well, we have a population of about 6 million people. with a total of about 75,000 jihadis. >> in this area? >> yeah. in this area. yes. >> that's unbelievable. >> yeah. >> 75,000 right here? >> yeah. >> is the answer to kill them all? >> it's important to stop them planning attacks against us, but the long term thing is going to be to counter ideological with our allies in the region. >> they're spreading out. algeria, libya and egypt. we know about libya. >> they're moving in here. exploring the vacuum created by the obama administration bombing. one of the deadliest areas after libya is in the neighboring egypt, especially in the sinai region up here in the east. we have the isis affiliate that's killing police, killing troops. >> how many do you think we have in libya, about 6,000?
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>> maybe 5,000 or 6,000, much to create instability for -- enough to create instability for a long time. >> where in egypt? >> in the sinai peninsula. >> how many do we have? >> maybe 2,000. >> we have algeria as well. >> algeria is a huge problem because of the rekrurts. a lot of guys are coming into algeria and tunisia. >> you don't have to tell the french that. now, let's take a look. we're focusing on brussels, worried about france. here we go. let's connect these -- yeah, let me go back here. yeah. let me go back. let me go back. >> going to "x" out. >> okay. i'm going to get this. all right. there we go. so here we are, we have belgium. we have belgium and we have france. they've got to start communicating. >> oh, the countries, security forces, absolutely. what happened after the past attacks they shot down the border, they changed the freedom
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of movement thing. guys, we have to look after our people because we're not communicating, we're not getting the intelligence from our partners in europe. >> they do not need command and control of the go sign from the caliphate. they're on their own. >> their're -- they're getting it on the internet. they have dabiq magazine telling them how to make bombs. >> how many do we have here? >> 500, 600 guys that they know of. but we know there are 6,000 westerns recruited by isis. 6,000 westerners that could be anywhere. >> this is what you point to in your book. look out for italy. >> they have on issue four of the isis magazine dabiq on the cover, they have st. peters square and they say we're coming after the christians. >> so many people say what's going won the war on terror? if you want to understand what we're up against quickly, dr. gorka puts it in perspective. we start with the cold war and this might be even more
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challenging. >> it's scary because these guys cannot be deterred. >> thanks a lot, dr. gorka. we'll talk to you tomorrow and then friday. remember this woman, rachel dolezal, the white woman who lied about her race and said she was black and then admitted she lied. dr. keith ablow will go inside her head and see if there's anything there. ok team, what if 30,000 people download the new app? we're good. okay... what if a million people download the new app? we're good. five million? good. we scale on demand. hybrid infrastructure, boom. ok. what if 30 million people download the app? we're not good. we're total heroes. scale on demand with the number one company in cloud infrastructure.
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behind me. this protest stretches almost an entire city block. so if you're familiar with manhattan then you know what that means exactly. they have been here since 6:00 a.m. and what they're fighting for, they say, is job security and pension benefits. these workers that are here and if i had to guess, i'm going to say a couple of hundred are here. 40,000 other verizon workers stretching from massachusetts to virginia, walking off the job today. this is one of the largest verizon strikes in history and we're talking about wire line workers. that is the workers that service your land line as well as your guy -- fios. they're willing to stay out here, steve, as long as it takes. some people will say they'll fight to the end. we're talking months maybe. that's how long they're willing to go. steve, back to you in the studio.
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>> thank you very much. i hope my fios holds up. meanwhile, remember when spokane, washington's naacp leader rachel dolezal lied about her race? >> are you african-american? >> i don't understand the question of -- i did tell you that, yes, that's my dad. and he was unable to come in january. >> are your parents, are they white? >> and that was it for that. well, now after being caught in the lie she's still sticking to her story. >> do you feel now that you have any regrets about some of the things you said about yourself that have now been revealed to not be true? >> i'm not sure what you're referring to with that, but definitely i don't have any regrets about how i identify. i'm still me. and nothing about that has
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changed. >> well, what's the psychology behind this particular kind of race fraud? here to weigh in is psychiatrist dr. keith ablow, the fox news medical a-team. why would she start in the first place identifying as a black woman? >> well, some people would say she lied for secondary gain -- >> what do you mean secondary gain? for a job? >> to be given a job, to be included in a particular advocacy group or to garner t the -- you know, endorsement of people who employ her. but the bottom line the other possibility is that she in my mind you'd say, is she psychiatric ill. if she really believes that she's a black woman, well, then she's delusional. just like if you believe that you were say from another planet. >> keith, she does not -- she says there's no proof that my biological parents are my biological parents. >> well, so here's the new world order. according to this woman, she is
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african-american. you can't believe that she was born of her parents. this is called disassembling reality. now, in psychiatry, you call that a delusion. in some sectors of our culture, you call that choice. now, the bottom line is -- >> you cannot choose your race. >> well -- >> can you? >> of course you can't. i'm here as a psychiatrist and human being to tell you of course you can't. but there are people and they're democrats and liberals that say yes, you can. i have been told by lawyer, if i think i'm 65 and i say my entire self-concept is that of a 65-year-old can i get medicare and the lawyers that told me, you know what, you'd have a case because of women like this and other case law related to transgenders. if you say you're female you have to be treated as a female. if i say i'm 65, i'm not 65, why are you committing ageism against me.
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>> you're saying we're in a new world order, you're saying you can make up your own identity? >> who declared their own races, dr. keith ablow. i warned about it. because of guys like mark zuckerberg who have you invent your life on facebook and don't understand the concepts of the country, the country is a real mark, he's part of this too. it's part of the denial of reality. >> but there are no countries on the internet he says, right? >> exactly. what is he doing, he's saying invent yourself. throw up happy pictures. just tell your story. mind not that it's not your real story. don't worry about the jihadist us. they're not out to kill you because you're american, because, you know what, you're not american. you're just one of the pixels on facebook. he's dangerous guy. this woman is a dangerous woman. because the bottom line is we want our kids to grow up sane.
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>> all right, dr. keith ablow. >> thanks for having me. >> i'll get some feedback right now. >> on twitter right now it's melting. thanks. coming up on a wednesday, breaking news from bono. the u2 front man has a plan to stop isis. finally. what is it? we'll tell you. and it's the picture that the clintons would like to think. this rivalry runs deeper than anyone thought. rudy giuliani will join us live from new york, new york. i have asthma... of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine. i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment with breo.
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unless hillary clinton loses in new york, then she wants to speak to "how to get away with murder." >> all right. joining us right here on the curvy couch, somebody who knows about new york, new york, rudy giuliani. good morning. >> great place. >> good morning. all right, so you have said you're going to vote for donald trump. >> no question about it and i urge everyone else. >> you said you're not going to endorse him. what's the difference? >> donald is a personal friend, i think he'll make a very good president. i'm not part of his organization. i don't want -- i don't want to be -- >> a surrogate, official surrogate? >> or take on whatever the organization says or does. frankly, i don't know them. >> if you endorse, you have to -- >> i believe if you endorse somebody you sort of take on whole organization. i mean, i'd like to see donald
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make some serious changes to his organization. for his good. >> do you mean additions or changes? some people out or others in? >> here's a general piece of wisdom i read years ago. there's a difference between winning a primary and then becoming the general election candidate. there's a difference between being a candidate and being an elected official. you use different people. ronald reagan, let's take ronald reagan as an example. the minute he won the primary, what did he do? he went and he hired bush's chief of staff, that would have been cruz, he hired his chief of staff to be his chief of staff, jim baker. bush had accused hip of voodoo economics. >> during the primaries. >> they had a bitter primary. people forget this. >> bitter. >> i'm not going to say quite like this, but it was pretty bitter. ronald reagan overcame him and he said, i got my people. but they can take me so far. that guy baker, wow, he can take me the rest of the way. >> so as you shift from primary season to general election season -- >> then i'd like to see that
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shift in the trump organization. >> you want to see it now? >> i like to have seen it two weeks ago. but hopefully it will happen. new york primary is coming up. people should know i'm voting for him. he's the best choice among the republicans, better than the democrats. he'll make a good president. >> speaking of presidents when bill clinton was in the white house, back in the '90s there was some suggestion that donald trump might actually think about running for president. we have some things that we'reb -- that were obtained through the freedom of information act by buzzfeed. this is something that was presented to the president, has his eye on the big job. we may need guidance on this. then if asked about whether or not trump might run for president or anything else, respond this way, mr. president. i think it may say something about the way the media covers politics these days but it the utmost confidence in the american people to separate the wheat from the chaff.
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>> they were worried about him beating al gore. >> he might have beaten gore. he's an excellent candidate all by himself. he's pretty much put this together by all by himself which is pretty remarkable. and the reality is -- >> do you think he was trying to -- do you think he wanted to run for president then? >> i don't know in the earliest stages when trump was thinking about running for president how serious he was. but i'm sure the early stages is what helped to make up his mind. >> i saw him with phil donahue on one of those shows in the '80s talking about running. but real quick, does it matter if you're going to run against hillary clinton if you're actually friendly with hillary clinton and the clintons? >> no, no. the difference in policy is obviously different. take immigration. she's in favor of i believe illegal immigration. and she displayed thousands of e-mails and violated the federal laws. i have outlined about 15 of them that she violated. he hasn't done. that she would raise taxes, he
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would lower taxes. she would increase regulations -- she wants to create a whole new office in washington. just what we need, a whole big new office building in washington. >> today "the new york daily news" endorsed hillary clinton. she's going to get the endorsement from the immigrant action fund. she's going to announce as president she would create a new national office of immigrant affairs. it would be proactive to coordinator policies and programs across both federal agencies and with state and local governments. this would be a presidential level office for illegal aliens, wouldn't it? >> look at her policies, yes. also it would be a nice big new office building somewhere on pennsylvania avenue with another 20,000 employees, which we can add to the 30,000 more irs agents. and who the heck -- who else she is going to hire. this is -- when donald trump gets nominated and i believe he will, let's say cruz, but i believe donald trump, it will be big government against moderate government. that's going to be really the answer.
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bernie sanders, you know, 90% taxes. hillary, 70% taxes. take your choice. >> right. hillary, i'm going to give illegals licenses, find out where they are. >> bernie will make them president. >> big week in new york. big week coming up for new york. >> i think donald going to clean up in new york. and i think that's going to give him the momentum to go the rest of the way. >> can you get him on the phone when you want him? >> i can. >> so did you tell him to hire more people? >> i talked to him privately. >> he might be hiring you. you never know. >> i have a full-time job. >> got plenty -- >> next time i see you, i will be in beijing and in shanghai. >> really? >> have fun and be careful. >> you have a lot of bonus miles. >> thank you, rudy giuliani. let's give it to heather who has some headlines for us. >> good morning to all of you. got a couple of things to tell you about this morning. north carolina's governor is firing back at the so-called
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bathroom bill with an executive order. this as the mayor of salt lake city bans trips to north carolina overprotest. while part of the bill remains remains, governor pat mccrory says it provides new protections like expanding the state's equal employment policy. an incredible story of survival out of arizona this morning. a 72-year-old woman and her dog make it through nine days in the wilderness there. they drank pond water and they ate plants in order to stay alive. ann rodgers is her name. she said she got lost and ran out of gas. nine days she was out there. she never lost her wit. she spelled out the word help with rocks and sticks. look at that. >> that air rescue police copter landed, i just sat down and bawled. >> i bet she did. well, rodgers suffered from sun exposure, but incredibly she's doing fine and her dog also going to be okay.
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kill them with comedy. this bono's suggestion that he brought to capitol hill for fighting isis. listen to this. ♪ all right. well that's a clip of the song, not from him on capitol hill. but here's what happened. the u2 front man gave his unique suggestion. here it is. >> you speak violence, you speak their language. but you laugh at them when they're goose stepping down the street and it takes away their power. so i'm suggesting that the senate send in amy schumer and chris rock and sacha baron cohen. >> yeah. that might work. well, amy schumer tweeted her shock at the suggestion. she said, holy -- you know? bono is advocating for refugees saying that the u.s. government needs to help those who are fleeing the war zones. and those are your headlines. oh, my. >> all right.
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>> takes more than comedy. >> right. doesn't he know how much money we have sent over there? get ireland to send something over. just giggle. >> thank you, heather. 18 minutes before the top of the hour. new details on the alarming new report that the zika virus is much scarier than we first thought. what that means for you as you look at the map of where the mosquitos are right now. >> oh. a little baby reunited with her mom after being kidnapped inside a van. meet the cop who saved the day -- saved that little girl.
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we have a fox news alert for you right now regarding mosquito carrying the zika virus. now found in the state of missouri making it 30 states across the united states where the disease has been found. this as the centers for disease control warns zika is even more dangerous than we thought. joining us right now is the director of the national i institute of allergy and infectious diseases, dr. fauci. >> good morning. >> when we first heard of the zika virus a number of months ago, it was like -- it's terrible. but it just impacts pregnant women. we had heard then. why is this now scarier than we thought? >> well, for a number of reasons, the more we learn about it, the more concern we get
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because we see the spectrum of the deleterious effects not only on the fetuses of women infected in pregnancy, but abnormalities in the individual case reports of damage to the brain and the central nervous people of people infected beyond pregnancy women and their fetuses. we have seen a number of cases reporting -- then when you do experiments such as animal models and in vitro tests we see the extraordinary capability of this virus to damage neurologicalte neurologicalte neurological tissue, including brain tissue. we are seeing more and more cases -- puerto rico is quite vulnerable. we are having locally transmitted cases in puerto rico. all of that getting together is causing some concern obviously. i mean, we don't want on the alarmist and we don't want to panic about it at all. but what we see the more and more we see, the more we get
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concerned about this virus. that keeps showing us new things that we're not -- that we're not really predicting. >> who is at risk? >> well, right now, the concern obviously is for pregnancy women. and the reason why the cdc made the recommendation for people here in the united states that do not travel to the region if you are pregnancy, might be pregnanc -- might be pregnant or thinking of becoming pregnant. there are neurological consequences and we have known about the syndrome guillain-barre, more of an autoimmune type of phenomenon, associated with not only zika. but with a number of other viruses that we have seen historically. but in addition to that, we're seeing other neurological complications that people are getting. we don't know yet the true incidents of it, but we need to keep our eye on it.
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make sure that it isn't more than we think. >> wow. >> take precautions, avoid the mosquitos. >> thank you, dr. fauci. it is scary. >> you're quite welcome. >> we don't know. all right, coming up on a wednesday, a 9-month-old baby kidnapped and left in a locked van, but an off duty cop jumped into action to set her free. that hero joins us live next. but first on this day in 1992 vanessa williams was topping the charts with her hit "save the best for last." can you make this louder? ♪ distract you.
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a dramatic ending to the kidnapping of a little girl in new mexico after she is found abandoned inside a minivan. the 9-month-old girl was in the back of the van when her mother's boyfriend took off. the van was later found abandoned with that girl inside. she was dehydrated. she had a fever. the good news is she's going to be just fine thanks to two quick thinking law enforcement officers. joining me now, the sheriff's deputy who actually smashed in that window. pulled the little baby out of the hot van, mr. brad strife. thank you, deputy, for being with us this morning. >> good morning. >> well, thank you for saving this child. what happened on that day? >> well, i was in front of my house and a neighbor flagged me down because she had gotten home. and her car -- there was a car parked in her driveway. and she didn't know whose car it was. so i went over and checked out the car. just something didn't seem right. after looking in the car windows that's when i noticed the baby
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in the back seat. >> so what'd you do? >> well, i went over -- back over to my car and got my baton out and used that to break the passenger window. of the car. then we were able to then unlock the doors and then get the baby out. >> was the baby conscious at this point? >> yes. you could see her moving but was sweating heavily. it was extremely hot. was really red in the face. you could see the baby was definitely -- was distressed and breathing steadily, but very shallow. >> you know, i have a baby probably about the same age and to make a bottle is difficult. if i were out and i forgot the bottle i don't know what i'd do. where did you find a bottle? >> actually, my daughter was out there in front of my house as well. so she -- i sent her inside the house to go get the bottle. >> smart thinking. so then what -- how did you cool the baby off? >> the other officer who was there, the homeowner that the car was parked in front of, had
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got a water bottle and we used that on the baby's t-shirt to wet it down and used that to wet her down and use that to cool her down. >> it looked like the officers were carrying the baby, didn't have the t-shirt on anymore. so you removed the baby's clothes. >> yes. we removed it, that's what we used to wet her down. >> here we go. here's that picture. what happened next? i know you're not a part of this investigation, but what's the latest in this case? >> i just heard that the -- that the baby is doing good. she's at the hospital still under observation, but is doing wonderful. she's going to recover fully. >> did you see the baby being reunited with her mom? >> no, i have not. >> what have you learned from this experience? many people are calling you a hero including me. >> well, i guess just a matter of circumstances, where i was. you never know when the ability to do something is. >> how do you feel about this? i mean, you are -- you are a hero.
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you happened -- you acted on this. you did the best thing for this child. but this child is alive because of you. >> well, i just thank our heavenly father and god to know that it had nothing -- less to do with me and more being in the right place in the right circumstances. and these things worked out. >> well, deputy, we really appreciate it. i hope you follow this little girl throughout her life because she'll be indebted to you forever. thank you for your service. >> thank you. >> we really appreciate it. you wish you all the best. >> you're welcome. coming up, next hour, what if you were put in the similar situation to deputy strife? we show you the safest way to smash a window and you can be a hero too if you're never that situation. and coming up, happening right now, tens of thousands of verizon workers walking out on the job to strike on the streets from massachusetts to virginia. what it means for you coming up next. and for just 35 bucks, you can be a deputy delegate for the
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use caution when driving or operating machinery. most common side-affect is nausea. life as a non-smoker is a whole lot of fun. ask your doctor if chantix is right for you. good morning to you. it's 8:00 on the east coast. many people just waking up this morning. wednesday, april 13th. i'm ainsley earhardt. and we start with this, a fox news alert. tens of thousands of verizon workers suddenly walking off the jobs. union strikinghusetts to virgin. what it means for you and your cell phone or your fios service. >> that's right. donald trump is suggesting the rnc is working against him. >> the republican national committee, they should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this kind of crap to happen.
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>> so are they really dirty tricks or are those just the arcane rules? then, you come home and find a stranger living in the house. instead of kicking them out, the cops kick you out. how to prevent this from happening you. ainsley can't believe it. >> i can't. >> hey, mornings are better with "friends." >> that is the perfectly good car with a perfectly good window and coming up very shortly that man right there, a firefighter, is going to show us the safest way to break a car window and -- >> take thester stereo? >> if you were ever in a situation that you needed to save a life. >> we interviewed a deputy who
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saved a little girl's life. she had been kidnapped in the back seat of a van. we'll show you how to be a hero if that was you. >> these are real glass. >> and the guys from safe lite will replace it as soon as we break it. >> they'll come to your house. >> yes. >> or your studio. >> in the meantime, let's hand it over to our beautiful heather nauert with the headlines. >> thank you for letting us use your car. >> mind if we break the windows? >> no problem. we're following a fox news alert right now. this is a massive story that will affect so many people along the east coast. nearly 40,000 verizon employees walking off the job at 6:00 a.m. eastern time this morning. we have been looking at the morning of some live pictures. we have seen them from new york, from pennsylvania. we have seen them from the washington, d.c., area. they all headed out there at 6:00 a.m. land line and cable workers are the ones who are protesting. they are upset about a move to freeze their pensions and they're now asking for a new contract. listen.
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>> once we get a fair contract, we'll be back at work. but for now, we have to take it for what it is. we have to fight. >> five people in charge of our company make $235 million, and they want to take away from me. i have to work 70 hours a week to make ends meet. how is that right? >> verizon said it was ready for the strike and they have trained thousands of nonunion workers in order to fill those jobs. another alert right now. columbus, ohio, police officer shot in the line of duty over the weekend has now died. 54-year-old steven smith was wounded during a standoff as s.w.a.t. teams tried to serve a warrant. he was a 27-year veteran of the police force and leaves behind a wife and two adult children. >> legacy is about living life to the fullest. he lived that 100 mile per hour. >> the man who shot him was
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charged with attempted murder and it is likely to be upgraded. we are thinking of his family. is there a saudi connection to the 9/11 terror attacks? we may find out once and for all. the white house may unseal 28 secret documents from the 9/11 commission. former senator from florida bob graham tells fox news a decision is coming on this within the next two months. graham as you may recall, he cochaired the investigation into the attacks. he says the pages incriminate saudi arabia. listen to this. >> it has been said publicly that this chapter primarily relates to who financed 9/11 and that it points a finger at saudi arabia. >> it's making every effort to finish that review before the end of president obama's term. and good news for hillary clinton. the new york city subway cards that she had such a tough time with, not long ago, well, those things could soon be ancient
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history. the mta will ask the company to submit proposals for new ways to pay for rides. as you may recall, it took clinton five tries to get through the turnstile last week. so the new device may be like a little card you put on a sensor and lets you right through. she wouldn't have a problem. she'd look like she takes the subway all the time. >> thank you, so much. turning now to the campaign trail, brand-new poll numbers show trump with massive lead in new york. >> however, the front-runner is now igniting another feud with party leaders. >> kristin fisher wants to go more in depth so we promised to let her. >> hey, guys, good morning. well, trump is up by 30 points or more in every poll of new york republican voters so he's poised to dominate next tuesday. but he's still focused on what happened last weekend. his loss to ted cruz in colorado. >> this was the dirty trick.
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these are dirty tricksters. this is a dirty trick and i'll tell you what. the rnc -- the republican national committee, they should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this kind of crap to happen. >> reporter: well, the chairman of the rnc is firing back. he said the nomination process is known for a year plus. and it's up to the campaign to understand its. give us all a break. and then paul ryan, after weeks of mounting speculation he might win the nomination, well, yesterday, ryan said count me out. and he said it again this morning on the "today" show. >> for our party, we should select among the people who actually ran -- >> does that mean we can see someone like scott walker or marco rubio or jeb bush? >> i'm not going to foreclose on anyone's option. you have to be one of candidates who ran for president.
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>> reporter: not only is ryan taking his name out of the running he is says mitt romney should not get the nomination. he went so far as to encourage delegates to put in place a rule that explicitly says they can only nominate someone who ran for president. what a novel concept. >> that narrows the field. kristin fisher, thank you. >> i cannot believe the new scrutiny this year on both the democrats and republicans from all the states because it matters so much, new york, california, colorado, it matters so much and then on the left, look at the super delegates. why is it that they're neck and neck, but a super delegate race has it all for a certain establishment candidate. >> you said if you take away the super delegates for hillary clinton she's basically neck and neck with bernie sanders. >> that's a huge push for uniformity. in i'm in colorado, i want the opportunity to wait in line and ruin my day and waiting to vote. >> well, the democrats got an opportunity to vote. >> why not do that? >> that's why people are saying,
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hey, looks like the establishment they have their finger on the scale. meanwhile, ted cruz who got all the colorado delegates he wants you to donate at least -- >> you love this story. >> if you send in at least $35, as a campaign donation he will send you this card. it says cruz crew, deputy delegate. what it will give you is according to the note, it will give you behind the scenes access and information on campaign delegate strategy. it looks like you can buy your way into the convention, doesn't it? >> yes. so he's sending out the e-mails to everyone, saying, guess what? you won't be a real delegate but we'll call you a super delegate -- a deputy delegate if you give me 35 bucks. you only have 24 hours to do this. >> like at school, they give you a badge to be hall monitor. you can't go out and arrest someone if someone is robbing
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the ore. it's only a symbol. >> this is what i'm picturing though. people showing up at the convention, knocking on the door. i have my card, i've got my card, i'm a deputy delegate, let me in. >> it's genius on the cruz part. >> it is. raise a lot of money. >> raise a lot of money. feel like you're part of the team. >> but eric trump who is across the hall at "mornings with maria" he said it's a little on the hokey side. >> i want to meet the people who come up with the slogans and the marketing surrounding the fund raising. it's incredible. people are like, oh, my god, this is first time i have been at a political event where no one has asked me for money. it's refreshing. we're self-funding the campaign. honestly it's the single greatest point i heard from voters. it's so refreshing people are putting their money where their mouth is, they're doing it for the good of the country.
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as for the deputy delegate, i don't know what to make of it. i think it sounds hokey. >> i think when it comes to the general, the trumps will take some money. so far as this goes, look at the difference in the spending between the two camps. >> the hill analyzed the s.e.c. filings. so far through the end of february, hillary clinton who is the front-runner on the left side has spent about $130 million. donald trump who is the front-runner on the right side has spent $100 million less than hillary, and of course a lot of it is the free media he's wound up getting. >> that's right. a lot of it is his money. brian, you were talking about this during the commercial break because you were interviewing donald trump about the number of employees. look at how many he has on his payroll versus hillary clinton. he has 139. she has 783. >> wouldn't you rather have a president who does more for less? true. but now it's time for bulking up. things like colorado wouldn't happen if you had more of a
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traditional workforce. for example, getting ahead in california where they say his presence is sparse. now, it's time to maybe start bulking up. that's what rudy giuliani indicated as well. >> a lot of times when you have the insurgent campaign, you do it on the shoestring. she has spent more in every category except one. that's merchandising. hillary clinton has spent $1.3 million on merchandising. he has spent 3.3, and a lot of it according to the hill newspaper is for the keep -- make america great again baseball caps. >> if you buy one of them, you have to sign a form saying you're giving money to the party. >> well, it's a donation. absolutely. >> even though it's an adjustable cap that goes for 4 bucks. >> is that how -- is that the way he'd run the country as he's running the campaign on the thin side or is it too thin? he's able to get things done on a budget. >> we had record tax revenue
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collection and we have a $500 billion deficit. >> that's because they're spending as fast as they're taking it. >> let's talk about mark zuckerberg, the ceo of facebook. he was speaking at the developers conference in san francisco. he was talking tax, but he was talking about his distaste for donald trump's immigration plan. listen. >> i hear fearful voices calling for building walls and distancing people they label as others. for blocking free expression, for slowing immigration. reducing trade and in some cases around the world even cutting access to the internet. it takes courage to choose hope over fear. our lives are connected. and whether we're welcoming a refugee fleeing war or an immigrant seeking new opportunity, whether we're coming together to fight global disease like ebola or to address climate change, i hope that we have the courage to see that the path forward is to bring people together. not push people apart.
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>> so if you monitor the internet to try to find out if isis tried to kill you like in brussels, like in san bernardino, i guess we're being paranoid. if you're the father of kate steinle, you wonder where she is, well, she was killed by an illegal immigrant who came across the border because there is no wall. there's another side to that. meanwhile, rather than -- i'm sure he's got plenty of bodyguards guarding him. kevin on facebook said this -- >> some people like isis only understand violence and war. it's either kill them first or be killed. that's no coming together with evil like that. >> simon on facebook write, this guy bought all the houses around him so he wouldn't have any neighbors. but wait, we don't need walls. maybe we should buy mexico. >> i did not know that. he did that? >> yeah. >> wow. >> he bought a neighborhood. and wants privacy. >> all right. what do you think about it? e-mail us or facebook it. >> that's funny. all right, meanwhile coming up, call it the battle of the billionaires. a new super pac trying to steal donald trump delegates ahead of the convention.
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i'm hundreds of delegates ahead. but the system, folks, is rigged. it's a rigged, disgusting, dirty system. >> donald trump on a rampage a couple of nights ago about the delegate allocation process, and now an anti-trump super pac called our principles pac is try aiming to influence as many delegates as possible to vote against donald trump and vote for somebody else. meaning billionaires are including these right here are pouring millions of dollars into the organization to stop trump at all costs. will it work? let's talk to a delegate expert, he's the leader of clark hills national political law practice in washington, d.c. he is joining us live from d.c. charlie, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> whenhe last time we paid so much attention to these unbound delegates and just these loose people -- loose delegates who you could gather up in the
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process? >> there's always concerns going into the convention. in 2012, the concern from romney who was the presumptive nominee was that the ron paul folks would make a scene on the floor of the convention, so they tweaked the rules going into the convention. >> right. >> but you really have to go back to 1976 when gerald ford in the weeks prior to the convention didn't have it locked up. and thought, you know, reagan was making a play for a contested convention. >> okay. explain to us how it works behind the scenes, charlie, where somebody is trying to persuade an unbound delegate, hey, come over to the trump side, come over to the cruz side or kasich side, how does that work? >> well, there's different stages of the process, and this past weekend we saw two different states with a delegate selection process. in michigan, the trump folks engaged and they worked with the
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kasich team to block ted cruz's allies from getting key slots on the rules committee and the contest committee at the convention. so when trump engaged and his team was organized, they were able to take advantage of the rules and have a big impact going into the convention. in contrast, in colorado, the trump folks either didn't understand the rules or they just didn't think it was important. >> sure. >> and cruz was very organized and came out with the mother lode of delegates. >> and people are shocked looking at what the gop in colorado did, where they didn't really caucus. they didn't really have a primary vote and people are going what's that all about? interesting stuff, when it comes to the delegates. charlie, thank you for joining us today. >> my pleasure. >> all right, very good. all right, meanwhile, a
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all right. imagine finding out that stranger has moved into your house and when you call the police to report the trespasser, they say you're ones who have to vacate the property. it happened to one couple in idaho who's in the middle of a legal battle to get their house back and get this woman out. they shared their story earlier on "fox & friends." >> it was a lease agreement that you can download off of the intern
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internet, anyone can get it. >> due to privacy acts, there's no proof that she was a defrauder or that she broke into the home. >> it's definitely working in her favor and meanwhile, several other people are suffering because of it. >> and they told me that so many people on social media said they're suffering through the same thing. here with some advice for the homeowners is the best in the business. fox news legal analyst bob massi and the host of "the property man." bob, we showed you the interview, gave you the background. what do we do? >> first of all, it's always dangerous to abandon your home. now if you're closing escrow on a home two weeks later that's one thing. i don't know when their close of escrow for selling the home, but the danger is when you abandon you get the squatters. saying that, brian, surely i understand most police officers, their position is that it's a civil matter. we can't get involved. but produce the title to the property.
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if nothing else, cite these people for trespass, give them a trespassing citation. then they have to go evict the people. something should have been done by the police as its relates to that. >> here's what the police said over from idaho. the police department was called to this residence, and the female produced a false lease to the house. and the canyon county police said that this is a civil matter that needs to be handled in civil court. >> right. >> meanwhile -- >> they can't get the buyer in because of this squatter. >> two separate issues. civil matter evict them. they go to the constable's office, usually a constable's office. you give them a five-day -- usually a five day notice to quit. they don't pay rent, the court looks at them and they get the eviction notice. that's the civil matter. on the other side, if you produce a title to the property,
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and you show the police and say, listen, these people are trespassing, if nothing else, give them a citation or the trespass. if they get a citation from the cop for trespass, brian, believe me, most reasonable people are going to get the heck out of that place. but as its relates to it now, these people are stuck. i know they went to one court, the court said, no, you came to the wrong place. they need to get some good legal advice, because otherwise this should be handled pretty readily if they get it in the right hands. >> were you surprised that so many people wrote them from around the country and said the same thing happened to me? >> we covered it on "the property man" and we have it in florida, people abandon the property and abandon it to sell it. people go in and squat in it. i'll tell you real quick before we go, most states have laws that say if do squat it's at least a misdemeanor. bottom line is the fact, this is a great example of why this issue has to be addressed. do not abandon your house. >> absolutely. with all these foreclosures it's
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online, a lot of funny, funny stuff. you know, between tweets and memes and cat videos. well, there's this new hash tag ricochetting around, called bernie/hillary rom com. where they link the two. we have some examples. >> some examples of what their romantic comedies would look like this. this guy says grumpy old dems. >> 27 pantsuits. how to lose a socialist in ten primaries. >> al says on facebook, two flew over the cuckoo's nest. >> steve, this steve says, he says message in a server. >> message in a server. oh, yeah. >> that was a kevin costner movie by the way wasn't it?
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yeah, it was. >> funny how it -- >> message in a bottle. >> it was. >> what was that about? >> you missed it. >> got a message in the bottle. >> oh, it was a great movie. it was the nicholas sparks book. it was one of -- it was a movie. >> does he play the male lead? >> yes, he did. and the lady from -- oh, gosh. robin wright. she played the female. >> really? who was the other stars, "the house of cards" once married to sean penn. >> there you go. been around for little while. used to be on the santa barbara soap opera. did you ever watch "santa barbara?" >> back in the day. message on the bottle. brian and steve won't like it. >> cheating and scandal. i remember it well. speaking of that, we have news headlines. fox news alert. president obama set to sign a bill for more funding to fight
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the zika virus. this after the cdc sounded the a ala alarm, saying it's affecting more than just pregnant women. listen. >> we see the extraordinary capability of this virus to damage neurological tissue including brain tissue. >> well, the president asked for $2 billion. congress directed the white house to use nearly $600 million left over from the ebola epidemic first before they go to the rest. well, new clues in the murder of will smith after a loaded handgun is found inside his mercedes suv. investigators say there's no evidence that the gun was fired and it's not clear who that gun belongs to. another loaded gun was found inside the car of the suspect, cardell hayes. now, that's in addition to the one that police say hayes used in the fatal shooting. police suspect a hit and run prompted the shooting and hayes is being held on $2 million bond. he is expected to face additional charges for shooting smith's wife in the leg. and two dangerous inmates escape from the missouri prison by squeezing through a shower
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door and it was caught as the cameras rolled. police were hunting them down in texas and as the handcuffs are slapped on them, they give this bizarre interview. listen. >> well, we had to outrun them somehow. >> we knew we ran on the railroad tracks. >> they escaped from the same facility last year. a violent scene on tulane university in new orleans. sandbags hurled into the streets. we don't have that video just yet. there we go. members of the community violently take down a makeshift wall in front of the kappa alpha fraternity house. why are they so upset? well, it all stems from a pro trump message that was written on it. it says make america great. there's a similar controversy that unfolded at ohio university. school officials there cancelled greek week activities over this simple message. trump 2016. that's it.
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the school community here also quick to condemn support fore trump's border wall. what do you think of that? those your headlines. let's head outside to maria molina with a look at the weather. >> it's a little chilly this morning. we had a front push through the east coast yesterday, we had some rain, but it's gone. we have cooler temperatures up and down the east coast and much drier conditions. across the great lakes we have a system move bringing in some light snow showers early this morning and across parts of the gulf coast, it's unsettled. showers and thunderstorms will persist over the next couple of days, so we are anticipating that we could be seeing several inches of rain out there. locally up to six inches will be possible in some spots. so the concern is that we could be seeing some localized flash flooding. otherwise, your current temperatures out there, you can see only in the low 40s in new york city. in the 30s across the midwest. later this afternoon, a big chunk of the nation will be feeling like spring out there. temperatures in the 70s across
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parts of the plains. now over to ainsley, steve and brian. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. a baby girl lucky to be alive thanks to a quick-thinking cop. he smashed the window to save the little girl after she was sufficient f suffocating inside. she's okay. would you know what to do? >> joining us right now is susan oreama and from the lakeville fire department, david paterson. >> good morning. >> first of all, susan, at what point do you think i might have to consider breaking into the car, because the kid might be in a hot car or some other circumstances? >> if it's your child who is accidentally locked in or you come across the car and there's a child locked in the car, first thing we want you to do is call 911. get the experts there. we want emergency personnel. if the child is in distress, you can see they're sweating profusely, unresponsive, the
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face is very red -- >> in the video that you saw, the baby looked all red. like she was sweating. >> right. you may have to take matters into your own hands and some states are passing law, good samaritan law, you won't be held responsible if you break -- >> i can't believe they have to make a law. that parents were complaining that guy was breaking into the car. >> exactly. >> there's a baby inside. >> which window? which window do you break the -- >> furthest away from the child. even though it's safety glass, it is glass. >> let's say the baby is in the car seat. we have it on the passenger side in the back seat. so the furthest away window would be this one right here? >> exactly. >> how do we do this? what do we use? >> we near a controlled environment so i'm having safety glasses and i have gloves. lots of times that's not the case. sunglasses can work as safety glasses. if you don't have them when you apply the device, you should turn away.
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>> all right. >> on impact. >> yes. i have gloves but if not, you can use a t-shirt. you can use a sock. you can use any type of fabric. even newspaper to protect your hands. >> what are we going to use to break it? like a boulder or something? >> no rescue me, that's a great little rescue device that fits on your key chain. >> hold it up close. >> very, very simple device. >> how does that work? >> it has the compressed bolt and you push up against the glass. >> go ahead and do it right here. >> you can't do it because it's very tough. >> you have to go against the glass. >> try it? >> we'll cross over. >> is there a certain area of the window to break first? >> don't go too close to any of the angles. go to the general area. >> how is that? >> then get the glass out. as much as possible. reach in. get to the door.
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and there we have it. >> just like that. >> now you should have been able to open all the doors. >> now you can get to the ba baby -- >> they're about $12, called the rescue me tool. they're a seat belt cutter. if someone gets locked in, pull the clip and it will go through. >> my dad is into safety, that's a gift he would put in our stocking. great idea for a parent to give a child. >> yeah. >> put it right there with your key chain. >> yeah. >> that was really good. we're replaying it right now where -- what you just did about a minute and a half ago. it takes a second to do it. >> i like the fact that they build the glass so that it doesn't shatter everywhere. it stays in place. >> that's why it's called safety glass. >> you know what? >> if you don't have that, what do you use? >> if you have to use a brick, use the sharpest part of the
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brick. and you have seen hammers. hit wit the sharpest edge with the hammer. >> hit it with yr hand? >> no, you're break your hand. >> we were supposed to use a red fiat. this is possibly the wrong car. >> i made sure, mine is parked in the garage. >> they're going to fix the window right here on the spot. >> thank you so much. coming up new documents released show the connections between donald trump and the clintons. so have the clintons been tracking a possible trump presidential run since the 1990s? peter johnson jr. will talk about this next. can't get an invite? dinner? well, guess what, we have the next best thing. how to make holy father's favorite breakfast. right here on the plaza. that's coming up next. >> you need to know this. look like this.
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development corporation where he was on a board about building a dome stadium in queens, new york. we wanted a domed stadium. he was very much involved with that. so he's been at the intersection of government and finance and business and real estate for a long time. and so now we're seeing from the national archives some documents that expose his relationship with the clintons in the white house. >> yeah. >> so they wrote back -- go ahead. >> let's read what we found. the clinton press aides were writing things like, he has an eye on the big job. talking about donald trump. they were scared he'd run against al gore. we may need guidance on this. basically, be prepared, bill clinton. if you're asked questions about donald trump. >> and they say, i think it may say something about the way the media covers politics these days. but i have the outmust -- utmost confidence in the american people to separate the wheat
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from chaff. they were saying, well, you may be asked if warren beatty is going to run for president. you may be asked if jesse ventura is going to run for president. they gave him that and other responses. donald trump has been on a lot of folks' minds for a long time. we know that he did a photo opportunity with president clinton back in 2000 at the trump tower and he's involved with fund-raising there. and involved with republican fund-raising as well. but as a person who's at the center of finance and business and real estate and celebrity in new york, they were being talked about. >> how do you explain that picture? they look chummy. >> sure, this is their job. this was donald trump's job to make a lot of money for his company. this was the president's job to get some money from donald trump and hillary clinton. everybody's pals in that situation. >> she agreed to come to the wedding. >> i saw something this
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morning -- back in 1980, remember rona barrett? the gossip columnist. back in 1980 she asked donald trump who looked like he was one of his sons today, eric or one of the boys today, would you be interested in running for the presidency? that's 36 years ago and he said, not really because i think it's kind of a mean job in some ways. i don't know if people want that or they just want someone who's going to smile. so his style and his approach 36 years ago was basically the same. but people are asking him then even as a younger man, 35 or 34 years old, will you run for the presidency? so the clintons were a little bit obsessed about it too. >> thank you so much for being here. >> good to see you. >> good to see you too. coming up, can't get an invite for dinner with the pope? well, we have the next best thing. a former guard/soldier someone from the swiss guard who cooked at the vatican is here. teaching us how to make the holy
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father's breakfast. but first, martha for what's coming up at the top of the hour. how are you? >> i'm fine. is there a big battle brewing between reince priebus and donald trump and how does all of this eventually get hammered out? we're wondering who wins, who loses in the end with this. we'll talk to the trump campaign. lindsey graham is here and chris stirewalt and more. and why california is shaping up to be the place where the final showdown may happen this summer. the russian billionaire and stephen hawking, what are they up to? it's pretty cool stuff. we'll see you at the top of the hour. and i'd like to... cut. so i'm gonna take this opportunity to direct. thank you, we'll call you. evening, film noir, smoke, atmosphere... bob... you're a young farmhand and e*trade is your cow. milk it.
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pope. >> yes. >> the vatican cookbook, brand new, shares traditional recipes from inside vatican city and gave rifavorites of the popes, d present. >> david geyser joins us with a very special recipe. good morning. >> good morning. >> what a beautiful cookbook. we all got a copy of it. it's beautiful. >> thanks a lot. i'm really glad and it was a big honor to make this book. >> sure. >> all the recipes inside with pope francis, with pope benedict, with pope paul ii. >> who's your favorite? >> that's really difficult. >> maybe he meant your favorite recipe. >> go ahead and start and we'll have this recipe up on the website. this is a favorite vatican city omelet. >> that's right. >> pretend we're not here. >> we have inside this book about the recipes about the holy
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fathers, the swiss guards. so we have a simple recipe for him. here we do a little bit -- melt it inside, the pepperoni we make special. >> to be a chef at the vatican, you have to be a member of the swiss guard? >> i was not the chef in the swiss guard. i was the normal guard. >> you were the guard? >> yes. protecting the father. >> you had to pass a looks test to be part -- >> is that true? >> in other words, kevin costner could have been a swiss guard. >> that depends. you have to be from switzerland and catholic. >> does the pope like omelets? >> i didn't speak with him, but i know he has a little bit -- >> so you're making the pope
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omelet, much like we do at our house. it winds up looking like this here. >> first, you need some egg. very nice. >> all right. >> oh, yes. go ahead. >> in addition to -- i was going to jump to the next thing. david, in addition to this, you also made an amaretto cake over there. >> can i break the yolks? they're already out of the shell. >> then you can lick the bowl. >> i don't want to lick it. >> do you have -- in your cookbook, you have different and favorite recipes from each of the popes, right? >> exactly. >> so if you're catholic, it's wonderful. you can make this for children. an educational lesson as well. >> it's easy to make it at home. everybody could cook it at home. it's really simple but it's really good. >> only if they get your book. >> let's see how you pour the eggs -- right into the vegetables. >> you do the veg upitabetables and then the eggs? >> yeah. that's the secret. >> all right. >> and then what's over here?
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that's the amaretto cake. >> chocolate cake. >> i would love to try it. >> we have also the finished -- >> would you hand me a fork, please. >> yes. >> it's called "the vatican cookbook" it's available everywhere. >> please eat the ones that are already cut. >> brian, would you like some? delicious. thank you so much. the vatican is smallest country, it's its own country. >> right. they have their own omelets and cookbooks. >> i have news for you. this recipe is heavenly. >> more "fox & friends" just moments away. allergies distracting you?
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