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people to boycott chick-fil-a who support christian groups that oppose same sex marriages. all right. that does it for us here. "fox & friends" starts right now. have a great day. >> bye. good morning to you and your family. it is thursday, may 5, i'm ainsley earhardt. the man who said he hacked hillary clinton's e-mail server and exposed the scandal is now speaking out. >> is the clinton server easy or hard? >> both. >> the jailhouse interview and what it could mean for the fbi investigation. and then there was one. john kasich has officially suspended his trek for president.
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now all will have to board the trump train. and this navy s.e.a.l. was killed. wait until you hear what the media is saying about him. and it is a rainy day in new york, the 90th street day. mornings are better with friends. it is rainy, but there's a reason to celebrate. >> why? we arer in scotland? >> because it is cinco de mayo, baby. >> there it is. it is bigger in america than it is in mexico. >> you think so? we're going to make some guacamole, listen to some music. first we have breaking news to tell you about, a fox news alert. troubling news for hillary clinton in an exclusive interview with fox news, the man who claims he hacked into her private server is now speaking out.
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>> you accessed a lot of accounts, marcel. is the clinton server easy or hard? >> both. i mean, it was easy for me, for everybody. >> fox news correspondent katherine herridge joins us live with all the details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this interview happened in april as part of our exclusive. after that we did a series of follow-up phone calls he allowed us to record for broadcast. 44-year-old marcel that goes by the name of guccifer told me this. >> you accessed a lot of
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accounts, marcel. was the clinton server easy or hard? >> no, for me was easy, for everybody. >> reporter: he told me he accessed the account by correctly guessing the blumenthal question. how many times did you access the clinton server, marcel? >> i say like twice. for me it was not like the hillary clinton server. it was, like, an e-mail server she and others were using with political voting stuff. >> reporter: the clinton server now in fbi hands may have an electronic trail that would confirm or disprove his claims. >> unfortunately in this community, a lot of people make up stories. and it's hard to know what is really true until you get into the forensics evidence and get hard facts. >> reporter: this week mrs. clinton was asked about
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security. >> any indication your private server was hacked by foreign hackers? >> no, not at all. >> reporter: he says no government agency has notified him that it was hacked. and he's cooperated with the fbi in exchange for a reduced sentence could be an advantage to him in the situation he faces. >> i was reading one of your reports online that said this guy is not a super programmer, he knew how to break the computer, he read biographies of famous people and guessed their passwords and got into it. because he's a hacker, usually the guys extradited are involved in great big financial scams. this is kind of an outliar, which probably is bad for hillary clinton. >> well, you raise a very good point. based on the research we did as part of our ongoing investigation, we found that hacker that is are extradited to
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the united states is usually done when there's a huge financial fraud or whether they have accessed government system. a few years ago they extradited hackers from romania, which is where lazar is from, but it was after the investigation he stole in excess of $2 million. in this case he's a nuisance hacker going into the personal account of an individual. a month ago we reported that there may be an intersection in the clinton investigation. if you wanteded to make a case that a third-party confiscated it, he may be the person to do that. but again, we can't verify his claims, but based on the story nbc put up last night after we broke the story, they also interviewed him. but it would have been over a month ago. based on the quotes, his story is surprisingly consistent what he said he did. >> part of the clinton camp, you read some of the response, they say it is unfathomable he gained
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access to her e-mails and not leaked them to other victims or done something to compromise her. instead of just saying i looked it up, i didn't see a lot there and i went there twice. what do you say about that? >> well, based on -- we had in excess of 40 minutes on tape with him, and he clearly was looking for information at the height of the attacking that would be very embarrassing to up individuals. so evidence of affairs, photographs and the like. when he describes accessing the clinton server, he said for him it was just not that interesting, it was sort of a lot of political stuff, a lot of stuff about the middle east, so my sense is he was looking for really salacious material and that was not there for him. >> what we saw was interesting, he probably thought was boring in the middle east. >> and he told you that apparently he would read her e-mails for six or seven hours and then go guaardeninggardenin.
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>> did he say why he calls himself guccifer? >> he did not indicate that in the interview. again, these guys -- you know, a big thing for them is the profile and the notoriety. as one of our experts said, you have to always view what they say with a healthy amount of skepticism. but what is tricking to me is now we know nbc did an interview with some weeks ago. what he told them and the kind of language he used is very consistent with what he also told fox news. >> katherine, thank you, great work. appreciate you getting up with us. >> thank you, katherine. >> regarding her last point, apparently he was interviewed by nbc before he was extradited from romania, which would have been, i believe, seven weeks ago. and he said, you know, he easily cracked into hillary clinton's e-mail server. why did nbc sit on the story for two months during this big
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presidential race? why? >> mainstream media. >> are they trying to help somebody? >> if he's convicted of hacking into her e-mail account, this does make the case that she was hacked by a third party, which could mean she is indicted as well. >> well, he said it was really easy. if he says it was easy, maybe a whole bunch of other people did, too. we heard about the announcement in the afternoon. it was official at 5:00 yesterday afternoon. governor kasich, the last man standing, the governor with this incredible resumé and wealth of experience has decided this is not going to be for him, his time, winning ohio is not just good enough. an emotional farewell, he's out paving the path for something we all thought was a done deal anyway 24 hours prior for donald trump to get the nomination as soon as he passes the magic number. meanwhile, his campaign strategist came on late to talk about where we go from here in the big picture as this goes to
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the one-on-one fight. >> both aren't relevant. in 1988 ronald reagan was defeated by jimmy carter. we have just come through the republican primary. there's plenty of time for donald trump to fix the polls. given that we are now starting the process of unifying the republican party, we're going to have a positive convention. we won't be dealing with the kinds of problems the democrats are dealing with at their convention. and donald trump will have the time to put together the general campaign structure, the work with the rnc. >> senator, he's basically saying phase two is coming, hold your horses. we just got finished with phase one. many are asking how to beat hillary. but some polls do come out to show he can bet hibeat hillary.
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>> one he beats hillary by 12 or 13 points and vice versa. what they are doing right now is starting to think about, as we take on hillary, maybe we should start talking about who will be vice president. one of his spokes people said who are they considering? they are considering everybody who ran against jeb bush and lindsey graham. >> and when it comes to newt gingrich, we'll have him on the show, people have suggested, maybe newt is being so nice and talking him up because he could be vice president. he said the odds are 1,000 to 1 that i'll be his vice president. >> off the list and so is jeb. >> i have to go tell him. >> i know in south carolina nikki haley doesn't want the job. >> good morning, how are you? >> what are you doing? >> i think she's doing the news.
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she does the news. >> that is true. good morning, everybody. good morning to all of you. hope you're off to a good day. we have a new story to bring you out of the east coast. there's an escaped killer on the loose at this hour. arthel buckner escaped in new jersey and spotted at a cvs pharmacy yesterday. schools shut down yesterday but will be open back today. he's accused of killing his girlfriend's baby in 1995 and was arrested for assault, burglary and drugs. it's not clear how or why he escaped considering he was up for parole in just 18 days. overnight a police officer hurt in a shoot-out with an accused carjacker after a high-speed chase. this happened in california. the suspect crashes at the inters
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intersection. the suspect then opened fire on cops before he was arrested. that officer, thankfully, is expected to be okay. and this video simply unbelievable. an entire canadian town forced to evacuate from a massive wildfire. take a look. >> holy [ bleep ]! look at that! >> as you watch the video, you can start to see the cars just flee away from that area. that fire is taking over fort mcmurray in alberta, canada. 88,000 people will have to leave their homes, some in a matter of minutes. entire nakeeighborhoods are completely wiped out. 200 firefighters are working to control the fire that has burned 18,000 acres so far. and the navy s.e.a.l. killed by isis in iraq died a hero indeed. he was trying to rescue american advisers who were caught in the battle at that time. this brand new video shows tuesday's surprise attack.
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special war fair katie mccoy was called in. instead of showing gratitude for the sacrifice, the associated press released this headline, take a look, quote, navy s.e.a.l. killed in iraq was close to disgraced grandfather. keating's grandfather was known for a scandal in the 1980s, but do you think the headline is fair? tell us what you think at friends@foxnews.com. and you wonder why people hate the media after a headline like that. >> we'll read your comments coming up. first, we told you that donald trump said he'll name a vp soon. so who is he considering? our next guest says he should take a close look at dick cheney. we'll explain that after the break. and they just opened their doors here in new york city. i'm talking about a favorite place for "fox & friends.
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would you consider ted cruz in your administration? >> well, he's certainly a capable guy so it's something to
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think about. >> kasich dropped out, have you talked to john? >> no, but i have a good relationship with him. >> he would be a good vp, if you don't win ohio you won't win the presidency. would you consider that? >> i would consider it. >> rumors swirl who donald trump will pick as a running mate. who is on the short list? and how will he select the person? we'll talk to a former bush/cheney spokesperson, good morning, terry. >> hi, steve, thank you for having me on. >> he got a lot of heat for picking dick cheney, why do you think this is a good idea? >> it was a good idea the last time we won a republican presidential race with president bush.
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he chose someone with this portfolio and it would be a good model for donald trump if he wants to start acting like a good republican. he should take this from the republican playbook. >> okay, you say two not good picks for donald trump would be chris christie and ted cruz, why? >> well, i think that lyin' ted thing sticks too vastly to ted cruz. and ted cruz never did prove that he could align a majority around his conservative candidacy. he's a loud mouth and a lot of establishment republicans, if you ask them to choose between trump and cruz, a lot of people would have chosen mr. trump. so i don't think that cruz has what it takes to become the vp nominee. and i also don't think -- he still wants to be president and i don't think that path runs through the white house for ted cruz. >> you say three good picks would be marco rubio, nikki hailey and john kasich.
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we just heard trump on kasich. why would marco rubio -- he tagged him as little marco, wouldn't that stick? >> well, not quite as badly. i think marco rubio brings something to the ticket that donald trump doesn't have. he is from a very big battleground state of florida. he's a latino background and a young faith in the republican party really that could unite it.haley -- donald trump's problems with the women is profound, and nikki haley wouldn't have to deliver her state of south carolina, but she could deliver the softer side of the donald trump train and perhaps give him a more human face. i think john kasich might be ideal, it's ohio. kasich is brash, he's not afraid to stand up and say what he believes, but i don't know if the white house is big enough for the both of them. somebody would have to be in
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charge and it would be donald trump. >> you say arnold schwarzenegger is not going to happen. isn't that crazy? he was born in austria, end it there. >> you can end it there. but a bi-coastal ticket -- >> two reality stars? oh, boy. thank you. pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies. flonase is the first and only nasal spray approved to relieve both itchy, watery eyes and congestion. no other nasal allergy spray can say that.
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some headlines for you, it's apparently okay to kill more bald eagles. the obama administration announced a plan to allow wind turbine companies to kill or injury 4200 bald eagles every year without a penalty. that is four times the current limit. and starting next month, it is not okay to smoke in california if you are 18 years old like other states do. the governor signed a bill
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banning a pack of smokes and tobacco products to anyone under the age of 21. and it is not okay to eat chick-fil-a in new york city according to mayor de blasio. he's asking all the folks to boycott the chain saying the restaurant supports hate for the lgbt community. >> is he under investigation by the fbi? have they focused on that? meanwhile, the much-anticipated movie "captain america: civil war" finally hits theater this week. here's a clip. >> you just started a war. >> stay down. final warning. >> i can do this all day. >> so realistic. >> can we keep watching? is this superhero smackdown worth the hype? >> we'll ask our fox news
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contributor and founder of nerdtears.com, kevin mccarthy. kevin, explain that. >> turn down the volume in your coat. >> it is super loud like spinal tap. this is my pac-man suit. today is a very nerdy day and i have my "captain american: civil war" tie on. i'm nerding out today. this is a great day for nerds. >> but you love this movie, right, kevin? >> this movie blew my mind. so far this year i have not given any five out of fives. i'm getting to the ratings shortly, but this is the best film in the marvel universe so far. in this universe there's 13 movies, ironman 1 and 2, this movie blows all the "avenger" movies away. this film delivered everything you want. the russo brothers are great,
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dramatic elements are great. spider-man is the best spider-man you have ever seen on camera. this is the first time he's been introduced into the mcu. also, black panther, bosen plays him, he's phenomenal in the film. there's a 17-minute action scene in this film shot in full imax worth the price of admission. i would pay $20 to watch that scene on a loop for three hours. that's how great that action scene is. >> we can make that happen. >> they handle it all so well. here's the cool thing, make sure you see it in imax. also, there are two ending credit scenes when you watch the movie. as it ends n tin the middle thes a scene and at the end there's a scene. it's my favorite movie of 2016 so far. it's a brilliant action film that has story telling and the directors do not treat the audience like they are stupid.
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i sat down with chris evans who plays captain america and there's a scene in the trailer where he and bucky barnes are passing back the shield fighting ironman. here's how they did that, it's so cool. watch this. >> good to see you, man, congratulations. i've been waiting months to ask you this question. when i first saw the trailer when you and bucky were passing the shield back and forth, how are you filming that? >> it is tgi, too impossible to navigate actual throws and get the shot you need. that's the tricky part of the shield in general. sometimes -- sometimes you have the full real heavy shield, sometimes you have the foam shield, if you are going to hit somebody in the face -- sometimes there's no shield when you need acrobatic things with it. during that time it was a lot of mining and really tricky to go back and watch playback. maybe i threw too soon and he caught too late or you really have to make sure even in your mining of the exchange that the timing is still there.
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that was one of the trickiest scenes in the movie. >> that's great. >> that scene is so awesome. the movie is out today at 7:00 p.m. the official release date is tomorrow. >> amazing. kevin mccarthy who is going to lose $20 when we figure out how to run the loop on our vcr machine. kevin, thank you so much. >> thank you for nerding out this morning, kevin. good to see you. remember when the former president of mexico said this to donald trump. >> i'm not going to pay for that [ bleep ] wall. he should pay for it. he's got the money. >> this morning he's speaking out again. wait until you hear what he says this time. >> nice. wonder if he changed his tune. and the best story of the day, a marine veteran makes a courageous climb. but halfway up the hill his prosthetic leg gave out. but he doesn't quit. he keeps going and going and going. that marine is here live. and happy birthday to adele. she turns 28 today and soon her career is going to catch fire.
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beat yesterday with vivosmart hr from garmin. yeah, hello? >> congratulations, you have just reached donald trump. >> donald, you called me. >> it doesn't matter. did you see the news, i'm now the republican president. and come november i'm going to be voted captain america. >> all right. congratulations on indiana. >> thank you. i love indiana. the birthplace of indiana jones. >> i got to admit, it was a big win. >> it was a big win. and when i'm in charge, america's going to start winning and winning bigly. >> this -- did you just say bigly? >> that's right. bigly. and i'm going to be the bestest,
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most fantasticist president ever. it's going to be huge! >> i can't believe it, you actually could be the next president. >> believe it. because now that ted cruz dropped out, there's only one man standing in my way. >> you mean john kasich? >> oh, hillary. >> oh, mike drop! >> that was really funny. and that sounds just like president obama, doesn't it? that was a good impersonation. meanwhile, heather sounds exactly like heather. >> good morning, everybody. hope you're off to a good day. remember when the former president of mexico said this about donald trump's plan to build a wall? >> i'm not going to pay for that [ bleep ] wall. he should pay for it. he's got the money. >> well, this morning he is now apologizing and extending an invitation to donald trump to
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visit mexico. >> what about the other way around? i think it is very important to invite donald trump to come to mexico and to learn about the real mexico, that is that we think different. >> no response from donald trump yet. nearly 400 inmates who committed the worst of the worst crimes could end up escaping the death penalty. florida's supreme court is now considering if they should reduce murderer's death sentences to life in prison. this comes after the u.s. supreme court rules that the state's death penalty was unconstitutional giving too much power to the judge instead of the jury. the feds now telling north carolina's governor that state's so-called bathroom law violates civil rights. the justice department says they are requiring people to use the bathroom that matches their birth certificate is illegal. the governor has until monday to
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stop enforcing the law. what do you think about that? and the legendary rock band has this message for donald trump. ♪ you can't always get what you want ♪ >> the rolling stones telling him to stop using their songs immediately. he's been walking out to "you can't always get what you want." other groups including adele, steven tyler and others have been asking him to stop. we have margaritas going at 6:35 here on the east coast. nothing better. >> not yet. >> not yet? come on! >> happy cinco de mayo, my friends. there's no better way to celebrate this holiday than with some tacos. >> and joining us is the dedicated chef from places all across the country. >> thankfully here in new york city. >> it is nice to be outdoors
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cooking in the morning. making tacos outside. tacos are mexican street food, right? >> yes, so we are on the street. we are making street food. >> what do we need to do to make a good taco? >> i have different proteins for you. these are very special, these are mexican grasshoppers. >> are you kidding? >> no. >> delicious. >> i have marinated tofu, bacon, anything you choose. so we can make -- we have grilled pineapple, tell me what you want. >> should we have a contest? >> go ahead. >> so let's do it. can we cue the music? >> you say the best one. >> what do you recommend? >> these are actual grasshoppers. >> yes, you are going to lose if you put them in the taco. >> i had three beetles this morning. >> we should start making -- >> is this bacon? >> that's bacon. >> okay. that's mine. >> here's shrimp. i'm going to do tofu.
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>> i have to ask what it is. should i make three different ones? >> i'm doing three different ones, brian. >> do you only put meat on the bottom? >> generally you put the meat on the bottom. >> and the cheese over that? >> the cheese -- i have all kinds of different salsas. >> i need to find out how to keep it from squirting out the side. >> i'm doing a healthy one. what do you recommend on pork? >> i would put some of the green salsa. this is salsa verde. >> green is not spicy, right? >> green is mild. and put some cilantro. >> wait a second -- she's supposed to be doing it >> one more. this is tofu and avocado. >> i have beautiful grilled california avocado. >> and pineapple on the top? >> that would be delicious. >> go ahead and review.
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mine are all bacon-related. >> that's cheating. maybe i should taste it. >> have brian taste it. >> i didn't put sauce on it. >> brian, how are you doing over there? >> i'm a little -- >> it looks like he's doing great. look how beautiful -- >> the grasshoppers are staring back at me. >> i'm going to garnish the bacon with a little grasshopper. >> will you test it for us? >> of course. >> you're going to eat the grasshopper? oh, my word. what does it taste like? >> it tastes like bacon. >> that's exactly what i was going for. >> they are delicious. >> will you try one of mine, ivy? maybe you should try the one you made. >> no, i want to try the one -- your tofu taco, the healthy one. that looks delicious. >> i didn't really have a theme with mine. >> brian, you take brian's -- >> kristy chenowith is
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eyeballing us. >> come on over to have a taco. >> that's right. >> do you like grasshoppers? >> i have a feeling this friend likes anything. >> we will not toss it to the animals but we'll toss it over to weather. >> we'll try one more in a moment. >> after a few margaritas i'll try the tacos. >> here's a look at weather conditions across the country because we have messy weather across the eastern u.s. and the western u.s. we have two storms we're tracking out there and we'll be bringing in areas of rain. in the center of the nation you are on the quiet side. and temperatures out there are going to be heating up. we'll take a closer look across the eastern u.s. because parts of the carolinas, virginia and also into the midwest you have the rain early this morning. and temperatures right now across the northeast and great lakes are on the chilly side. many areas are looking at them in the 40s right now. but heading into this afternoon,
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we mentioned the heat across the plains. look how hot it is going to be, we're talking 90s across western texas and middle to upper 80s as far north as parts of the dakotas. warm across the center of the nation but a little on the chilly side across the northeast. and we do want to say it is cinco de mayo, we have mariachi loco out here. do you have margaritas ready for me? >> not yet. who won the contest? >> you have to taste mine. >> she did. what do you think? >> i'm sticking with brian's shrimp taco. >> congratulations! >> breaking news. >> you now have the winning taco. >> thank you, ivy. >> thank you. >> coming up later, kristen chenoweth. coming up, a marine veteran makes a courageous climb, but halfway up the hill his prosthetic leg gives out. but he doesn't quit. he keeps going and going and
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guerrone climbing on one leg and his hands with his brothers cheering him on a reunion hike with the marine regiment from his deployment. here to tell us about that climb, we are happy to have jose here with us. >> thank you for having me. >> five years ago you were deployed, what happened there to lead to your injuries? >> well, on a routine patrol, i stepped on an ied and lost my left leg and my left eye. >> so through that time and from 2010 to today, what have you done to literally get back on your feet? >> well, i'm just trying to stay active. and i've done a lot of adaptive sports throughout my recovery. and i'm just trying to find ways to still kind of fit in and see
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what i can do with my disability. >> you are doing just a phenomenal job. what were you climbing and why? >> we had a five-year reunion to put together everybody from my unit because we had a tough deployment. the suicide rate right now is pretty high with guys returning, so the five-year reunion helped get everybody together and kind of meet up with the guys. and part of that reunion was to climb up first sergeant's hill, which is a hill that we used to run before we deployed. and it's a mile-long hill. and now they have a bunch of memorial crosses that represent the guys that didn't come back home. so part of that reunion was for the marines to get up there and kind of just pay their respects. >> wow, so you did that.
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and as you're going up there, what happened to -- your prosthesis that had you crawling up on your hands? >> the strength was not there and the leg was just kind of dragging. and i couldn't really push off my left leg anymore. so i had to just take it off and just -- i felt like, you know, i can move faster with just one leg and my arms. >> you had your guys around you rooting you on, you're giving it all you can, what is going through your mind on the last leg to get to the top of the hill. can you bring us back as we watch the video? >> well, that last little stretch right there, i was able to see some of the crosses, like the tip of the crosses, and after i started seeing the crosses, i don't know, my body just -- it kind of went numb. and i was just so excited to get
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up there and just reach the hill. and seeing all the other guys, the rest of the marines up there kind of cheering me on, i don't know, i felt -- i felt motivation that i haven't felt in a while. so just -- just seeing all the guys seeing the crosses and seeing how close i was to that cross, i had to -- i just wanted to rush the hill. >> well, we know you fight because you believe in something bigger than yourself. and we thank you for that. you're fighting for freedom and fighting for the men that you lost along the way in afghanistan. and we are so proud of you. thank you so much and god bless you and your family. >> thank you very much. >> josue, you inspire a lot of people, appreciate you sharing the story. we'll be running it throughout the day. josue barron, thank you. 11 minutes before the top of the hour, we change gears. coming up straight ahead, we'll talk politics. hillary clinton taking heat in west virginia over this comment on coal. >> because we're going to put a lot of coal miners and coal
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live with them, to do the scientific experiment. mix dry food with canned food and tape your dogs' reaction. >> yeah, i want to get the freakout faces. when i feed my dog, madeleine caan, her tail goes. we want people to send them in and i'll voice what the dog is saying. >> oh, that's awesome. >> wow. >> one of the things i love about mars pet, you can pair the wet food with any dry food, but my dog is very picky. i don't hardly cook, so i needed something really easy. >> you cook for the dog? >> it's shocking, i know. i just use the pedigree one. put it in there with the dry food. mix it up and she eats it. also, people can get wags swag. i'm just saying. >> wags swag? >> i also know that the -- that
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good morning. it is thursday, it's may 5. . i'm ainsley earhardt. the man who says he hacked hillary clinton's e-mail server and exposed the scandal is now speaking out. >> is the clinton server easy or hard? >> both. i mean, what is it? for me, for everybody. >> the jailhouse interview and what it could mean for the fbi investigation. and then there was one. john kasich has dropped out of the presidential race, leaving donald trump as the last republican standing. this morning, brand-new signs that the republican party is starting to unite and get aboard
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the trump train. >> going to be an interesting few weeks. this navy hero killed on a mission to free iraq, but don't tell that to the mainstream media. they're talking about his grandfather's past. put a smile on your face, because your mornings are better because you're with "friends." a fox news alert for you, troubling news for hillary clint clinton. a man who hacked into her private server is speaking out. >> catherine herridge has the details and the interview. >> reporter: 44-year-old marcel lehel lazar claimed it happened in early 2013. you accessed a lot of accounts, marcel. >> yeah. >> reporter: is the clinton server easy or hard? >> both. for me, what is it?
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for me, for everybody. >> reporter: lazar was extradited to the u.s. from romania last month to face trial in alexandria, virginia. one of the alleged victims is sidney blumenthal. after researching his target, he said he accessed the account by correctly guessing blumenthal's security question and then he sent content to the media. for the first time publicly exposed the clinton e-mail address. how many times did you access the clinton server, marcel? >> i would say like twice. it was not like -- it was like that -- that was what he was using, with political stuff. >> reporter: while his claims cannot be independently verified, three security specialists said that the clinton server now in fbi hands may have an electronic trail that would confirm or disprove his claims. >> unfortunately, a lot of people make up stories and it's hard to know what's really true until you get into the forensics information and get hard facts.
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>> reporter: this week, mrs. clinton was asked about security. >> any indication that your private server was hacked by foreign hackers? >> no, not at all. >> okay, what would the fallout be for hillary clinton? judge andrew napolitano has been studying this all along. we heard from one of the fellas in cathryn's report right there. how do we know this guy is telling the truth? >> here's what we do know. we know he was serving seven years in prison for hacking romanian government officials and the fbi requested the extradition. normally the government that has him would say, yeah, you can have him after he finishes his seven years here. it's unheard of to extradite someone to another country in the middle of their jail -- his jail term from the extraditing country. but the fbi needed a favor and he's here. >> so by doing that, does this say this guy has something on her? >> absolutely. and the fbi knew about it because he had been boasting about what he saw in sid blumenthal's e-mails.
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blumenthal is her confidant and she e-mailed mr. blumenthal secret -- classified secret materials even though he didn't have the classification -- the clearance for it. he will now demonstrate to the fbi how he knows that ten other people from around the world hacked her server. how significant is this? espionage is the removal of secret materials from a safe, secure place to a nonsafe, secure place, whether hacked or not. so the fbi does not have to prove she was hacked. if so, they can convict. >> she will say i wanted to get access to the computer. >> she made the arguments until we reminded her that the government doesn't have to prove
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intent. this is the rare federal crime that the government can prove by gross negligence. so when she says i'm a 68-year-old grandmother she is admitting the crime because she's admitting she was negligent neglige negligent. >> one of the things damming about his testimony he's not a master hacker. he's a romanian guy, not an engineer. he's not a programmer. he just guessed at the passwords after reading biographies. which proves it's easy to walk into that thing. >> it really allows the government to argue to a jury that she exposed the most sensitive secrets of the nation to somebody as unsophisticated as this hacker. >> right. >> guccifer. general michael hayden says it's ea given, a given, that she was hacked by chinese agents, and probably by our friends in the
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mossad. >> oh, goodness. >> judge, thank you so much. >> now we have somebody who can show the fbi how he did it. >> we don't know what the next step of the investigation is -- >> an investigation of her and then the investigation is over. and then the justice department decides when or if they're going to present it to the grand jury. >> you know, ben carson yesterday floated the idea of ted cruz as the attorney general to go after hillary clinton. now that donald trump is last man standing, some are starting to think about, well, who would he pick for vice president? terry holt was on with us earlier. he was an adviser to president george w. bush. his picks -- marco rubio, nikki haley and john kasich. >> haley said she's not the running mate, but said she will endorse. kasich said he's not interested in being number two and yesterday at the end of the interview with donald trump, he said i have spoken with marco rubio. i always liked marco rubio, and,
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you know, basically he hopes to work with him. you have to think he's in the game. >> well, that shows you that trump is playing the game because this was a guy who was calling little marco, talking about his family. but now they're friends and now he's thinking of him as a vp? >> yeah. so many names being floated out there. we talked about two that maybe he's doing the unprecedented. maybe he'll name his cabinet, his team prior to cleveland. >> right. exactly. he's talked about who he wants to put on the team. there are rumors that rudy giuliani could be homeland security chief. >> makes sense. >> and -- >> other things. listen to this. >> i said last night that i believe before you get to cleveland you are going to try to consolidate the republican establishment's support by doing the following. appointing rudy giuliani the homeland security chief. appointing governor christie the attorney general and ben carson in charge of health and human
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services. i said i think that that trump's going to do that. would i be wrong? >> well, i have not made that decision, but certainly that would be three wise choices. i think they'd be popular, but more importantly i think they'd do a phenomenal job all three of them. >> we should point out, some -- what about newt gingrich? newt gingrich is going to join us in an hour from right now. he said the chances of him being selected as his vice president are 1,000 to 1. but katrina pierson who is one of donald trump's spokes people said yesterday that everybody who ran for president is being considered, except -- except jeb bu bush. >> and lindsey graham. >> and joni ernst has been brought up as well. >> some would like a female. >> mitch mcconnell said he's support donald trump, but one of the two guys who's on the list not to be considered, jeb bush's brother and father said they won't endorse donald trump this
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time. >> donald trump said he wants someone with political experience, not business experience. because he has that covered. let's go over to heather for more headlines. a fox news alert. an escaped killer is on the run at this hour. arthur beckel escaped from the prison at the psychiatric hospital in new jersey. he was spotted at a cvs pharmacy in ocean county yesterday. he was convicted of killing his girlfriend's baby in 1995 and then arrested several years ago for assault, burglary and drugs. it's not clear how or why he escaped. he was up for parole in just 18 days. well, overnight, a police officer hurt in a shoot-out with a carjacker after a high speed chase. the suspect crashing. the stolen car this intersection in northern california causing a seven-car pileup. injuring three other people. the suspect then opened fire on cops before being arrested. that officer is expected to be okay. thankfully. and this video simply
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incredible and also terrifying. walls of flames, unbelievable. take a look. >> getting out of town, [ bleep ]. >> i can feel the heat here. [ bleep ]. this is insane. [ bleep ]. >> that massive inferno tearing through ft. mcmurray in alberta, canada. that person in that city, 88,000 of them in fact had to be evacuated from their homes. some of them in just a matter of minutes. >> they didn't let us take our things. when we asked them -- so we lost everything now. >> we had basically two minutes to get home, grab our stuff and we had to leave. >> goodness. those flames have burned 1,600 buildings and homes including a brand-new school, a hotel and a gas station. that exploded by the way. katie couric could be out of another job. she's getting ready to leave her job as yahoo!'s global news
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anchor. a job she's held for more than two years. she apparently thinks that yahoo! hasn't done enough to drive people to her content, nor has the company spent enough ad money promoting her. couric's $10 million contract is officially up at the end of this year. those your headlines. a lot of dough. >> amazing. >> thank you very much. meanwhile, coming up, imagine this scenario. you see a car on fire, a family trapped inside. would you know what to do if you only had a few moments to react? dr. marc siegel is live in the emergency room with life saving lessons everybody needs to know. and donald trump racks up another big name endorsement in legendary football coach lou holtz. >> i wholeheartedly endorse donald trump as the next president of the united states. >> that is a big difference from 2008 when he supported hillary clinton. what changed his mind? the coach will join us live next. ♪ (music plays throughout)
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president of the united states. i've played his golf course, i've stayed in his hotel. he does nothing but go first class in everything. he wants this country to be first class as well. >> wow. legendary football coach lou holtz endorsed trump this week. now that he's the presumptive nominee, why did he decide to support this him before this was abundantly clear? lou holtz join with us the reason why he took to the videotape to let everybody know where he stood. always great to see you. why did you get involve? >> i think when you look at the things happening in our country, we have fewer people working today than in the last 40 years, much we have a much larger population. we have more people in poverty, more people on welfare, more people on food stamps and yet the budget -- the national debt has almost doubled, up to $20 trillion. you look we don't protect our borders. if you don't protect the borders you don't really have a country. look at all the different problems we have and i just didn't want to see this country
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continue down this path. >> right. so you think that a guy -- donald trump who's been a politician for nine months could put the country back on track? why? >> well, let's understand, first of all, how this all happened. i thought they had the 17 best candidates i have ever seen. i mean, there was some outstanding candidates. how did donald trump end up that way? and it wasn't his fault. yeah, he did a nice job, however, you have to look at washington. you know, the people went and voted in the republican into the house of representatives, nothing changed. they said, well, we need the senate also. they voted them into the senate. still nothing changed. and the people are saying enough is enough. no matter what happen, no matter what we send there, the same thing happens over and over. the other thing is that political correctness is ruled in this country. i grew up where people bullied you and called you names, you learned to handle it. everything is now politically
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correct. people endear themselves to donald trump because he's not political correct. >> not even close. hasn't been yet. and coach, it's amazing when you get in, guess who gets out? everybody else. so you're intimidating nick saban who could not have done what you had done. lou, the other thing is you were with hillary for a while. she's running again. why is she not your choice now? >> first of all, go back to my relationship with bill clinton. i was in arkansas, going to the orange bowl. i had to suspend three athletes and score 78% of the touchdowns. they took me to court. he's the attorney general, represented me, did a great job. the players would not be allowed to play became the largest underdog that has been to the bowl and we ended up winning the game, 31-6. i supported him when he was president. hillary is a talented individual, but she wants to continue the same policies that we have at the present time i. listened to her campaign speeches. she wants to even double down some of the things and i don't like the direction that the country is going. i'm an old man right now.
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my birthday candles cost more than the cake and all i'm trying to do is what i feel is in the best interest of the country. i think i have six pallbearers so i'm not worried about making friends. >> i guess so. i didn't make the cut again in my life. but, lou you'll be around for a while. she made the comments about coal. we won't hear the sound bite, it takes too long, but she told the people of west virginia, don't worry about it i'll take care of you. at the same time, supporting the banishment of coal. you understand west virginia. >> yeah. i understand it greatly. let's remember this. that my grandfather came over from germany and he worked in a coal mine. he was paid with company tokens. he had to live in company housing and company storage as well, but coal has played a very integral part in this country. i know everybody says it's dirty, they have done great things with it. the people of west virginia are good, sound, hard working people and i think they deserve better. >> now she has her hands full with bernie sanders who will not go away. he's favored to win that state as well.
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hey, coach, i feel inspired just being around. being around you. thanks so much for getting us with up this morning. >> well, thank you. it's a pleasure. any time you get up in the morning, that's a good thing at my age. >> you're not that old. you have plenty of years left. thanks so much, coach. >> thank you. always a pleasure to be you, brian. >> all right, lou holtz, we'll talk to him again. imagine this scenario, your car is on fire, you and your family are trapped inside. you have only five minutes to get everybody out alive, what do you do? dr. marc siegel is here with live saving advice. you know him from "modern family." this morning, eric stonestreet is here with his family and mom and he'll tell us how cancer actually saved her life. that story is coming your way.
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time for some headlines on a thursday morning. he planned to rob a gun store and kill american soldiers on base and now the unnamed north carolina teenager who wanted to go to syria and join isis is being released from jail on parole after just one year behind bars despite admitting to all of those things. police calling his release a terrible and shocking decision. as you were sleeping voters in london have been heading to the polls likely to elect the first muslim mayor in london's history. labor party candidate sadiq khan poised to beat zac goldsmith, ending a year-long battle for city hall. voting ends at 10:00 p.m. london time. we'll tell you who won tomorrow. ainsley? thanks, steve. the summer months are nope as the 1 hundred -- known as the 100 deadliest days for drivers.
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imagine seeing a scene like this. [ baby crying ] >> come here! your car is on fire. >> wow. thankfully a highway patrol officer was able to pull the family from the smoking car, but what if there wasn't an officer around would you know what to do with your family? what would you do if you were trapped in one car and someone was injured inside? it can be a life or death decision. here to continue our "five minutes to live" series, it's dr. marc siegel live from the st. barnabas hospital in the bronx area. good morning, dr. siegel. >> good morning, ainsley. there's over 36,000 car accidents in the united states. alcohol is often involved and we see a lot of trauma as a result of that. in fact, we are here today at st. barnabas regional hospital.
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i'm joined here by a doctor who sees several car accidents on a regular day. good morning. what do i do if i come upon someone in a car accident? i'm a bystander, i see a car go into another car, what do i do? >> first thing to do is call 911. and second thing is be aware of other dangers at the scene of the accident. you don't want other cars to crash into you, you don't want there to be falling wires or hanging tree limbs or dangerous things that could make a bad accident worse. >> what if i'm in the car? how do i know -- it's something to worry about, if i'm the passenger or the driver? >> if you're the passenger or the driver, things that would upset me and make me be concerned if you have had loss of consciousness, if the air bags have deployed and hit you in the face or the chest. >> what if i'm bleeding? >> the most important thing is to apply pressure. >> show me how. >> i'll show you how. say the patient is bleeding from the head wound, take paper
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towels, gauze, newspapers, put on direct pressure. if you have something to wrap it with, a dish rag, a cloth, a scarf, take it and wrap it around the head like this. >> what if i think i have a broken bone, what do i do then? like in the upper arm. >> say he had a swollen arm here that was -- that we suspected to be broken. you could take a board say. anything hard. even a bunch of magazines would work. if you put them say on that area and you held it, then you can take another type of scarf or wrap, i mean, obviously i'm using the ace wrap because i have it here in the hospital. this is a great way to immobilize a broken arm. >> what if something is sticking out of me, glass, do i take it out? >> like an impalement? >> yeah. >> take it out? >> no, never take it out. normally leave -- >> good luck, sir. >> thank you. >> you normally leave those type of injuries alone because many times the emergency responders will transport you to the hospital with that object still inside you.
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they may cut parts away. >> now i'm in the emergency room what do i do? i'm bleeding. what's the first thing to do? >> we worry about the abcde and what we'll do is make sure they're not bleeding. >> rapid infusion. >> rapid infusion. >> you can get fluid into the bones. >> be careful that. >> you have a c.a.t. scan and x-ray. >> which help us rule out broken bones. c.a.t. scan here. this gives us a good look see into your chest and abdomen. >> back to you. >> what do you do for recovery after you've visited the hospital? >> that's a great question. what if you -- what happens if you leave the hospital, especially if you're a child. they send you home from the e.r., what do you do then? >> then the parents have to be careful to keep an eye on certain changes, maybe you're getting nauseous, starting vomiting, that would indicate a head injury.
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abdominal pain, or also not tolerating anything by mouth, these are signs and symptoms that would concern me. maybe the child needs to get brought back. >> great point there. look for changes in behavior in your children after being in a car accident. further questions we'll answer on the facebook page. back to you. >> dr. siegel "five minutes to live" series continues tomorrow. we'll talk about what you're doing outside your house and someone falls off a ladder. coming up, if you are black you better be liberal? that is the message this conservative columnist says one university is sending. why his invitation to speak was withdrawn by the school, straight ahead. you know him from the hit show "modern family." >> let's maybe forgive everything i have done today. >> what does that mean? >> it means this. >> oh, my. >> i wanted to give her a special treatment. >> eric stonestreet is here with his family. his mom is here. they'll tell us how cancer actually saved her life.
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hey, before i go, i just got to ask you. what poor soul are you going to choose to be your vice president? >> well, i'm leaning toward a politician. someone with experience, someone who complements me. >> someone with a different skill set than you? >> no, i mean someone who literally compliments me. like, donald, you're great, you're fantastic. you're the best donald trump. >> see, what you you need is someone who is intelligent, eloquent and can inspire people. >> okay. maybe i'll choose you as my vp. >> oh, hell no.
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no. look in eight months i'm going to be on the beach eating cake by the ocean. obama out. >> cue the music. ♪ >> oh, yes. >> that's great. >> somebody who knows something about funny television, eric stonestreet, you know him from "modern family." he brought his mother, joannie stonestreet. >> just in time for mother's day. >> eric and i just discovered that my sister went to college with him. >> yeah. we think so. >> a small world. >> it sure is. all right. >> you know, you guys got along anyway. this should enhance your relationship. i wouldn't be surprised if you hang out all the time now. >> steve and i? >> the doocys? >> want to see a play? >> yeah. got to bring your mom. >> we can get a third ticket. >> aren't you proud of your son?
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>> yes. very much so. >> let's take a look at "modern family" and then we'll talk about this. >> great. >> let's have a special day. >> that would be fun. we could take a bike ride or have a picnic. >> i was thinking of something a little more permanent. >> hey. hey, did you get the costumes? >> barely. my credit card was denied and someone spent all the cash we had in the car. >> yeah, probably both on me. i apologize. let's forgive everything i have done today. >> everything? what does it mean? >> it means this. >> oh, my. >> i just wanted the give her a special treat before i left. i love it. >> that's a hilarious show. when you first got the show and you called your mom and you told her about the character you'd play and the show itself, what was her reaction? >> they were excited. i was on the phone with them actually telling them that the final audition went really well. and my manager clicked in to tell me i had gotten the part. they were excited. i had been an actor for 12 years with ups and downs and to get sustained employment was a big deal for me.
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>> you were proud of him when he was struggling. you said, you stick it out, you'll make it, this is your dream? >> we were very supportive of him. my husband didn't want him to have a job, so if an audition came up he could go. >> i know you have suffered cancer, and we have been talking about this morning how that -- you're in a way grateful that you had cancer. why is that? >> well, it's kind of a funny story, but i first discovered i had uterine cancer, so they sent me to have a -- an x-ray. and they found out that i had a mass on my kidney. so if i hadn't had the first cancer, they might not have seen the second one until it could have been too late. so one was kind of a blessing. i guess. >> so cancer saved your life? >> yes. >> in a way. >> in a way it actually did. >> tell us about the kind of research that you are behind that is -- you know, it's new, it's innovative. >> yeah, i teamed up with bms for this awareness campaign and
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it brings awareness to immunooncology which uses your open immune system to fight off cancer. radiation and chemotherapy works but it kills all the cells and hopes the good survive. >> it is slowly killing you. >> yeah. with immunooncology, they have studied it in dozens of tumors and it awakens your blood system to find the cancer cells in your body and uses your own immune system to boot them out. we didn't have that technology when mom was going through cancer. she had more of the traditional way, but what's exciting and what people need to understand, we have made so in advances in cancer research. this is just an example of it. >> research is the key. i love this organization. you should go online and donate to it because it's research. and research is what's going to find a cure to this ugly disease that affects all of us.
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>> yeah. it's a simple thing to do and bms will make a donation to 23 different cancer advocacy groups. i'm happy to have mom, because people don't always understand, they see me on tv -- have this different life and it's -- i'm just like everybody else. cancer touches so many people. >> eric stonestreet and joannie stonestreet, thank you and happy mother's day. >> thank you. >> thank you, guys. great to see you. >> thank you for producing this fabulous actor. in our living rooms all the time. you did great, mom. >> fantastic. sorry about the kings. i know you're a big hockey fan. time for some headlines from heather. >> two teenagers kidnapped while on a prom night date. one managed to pistol whip his way to safety. the young couple leaving their school in california when a guy held a gun to their head.
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and he forced them into his car. the teenage boy used the gun to hit his attacker and escape. the suspect gerald james was then arrested. he went to the hospital to get treat and it turns out he knows the girl but police aren't saying how. a crisis at the mexican border, shocking new statistics showing a surge in the number of families and unaccompanied children trying to sneak into the united states illegally. cuss toms and border patrol said they stopped 28,000 kids in september. up 78% from the year before. that number continues to skyrocket. despite $750 million of your taxpayer money that was sent to central america last year to stop the flood of illegal migrants. virginia tech rescinding a speaking invitation to jason riley of "the wall street journal" editorial board. their reason? fear of protests. over mr. riley's message and appearance. watch. >> liberals still think there's a certain way that black people
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are supposed to think about issues in this country. and nowhere is that notion more vigorously enforced than on our college campuses today. if i gave speeches about how the black lives matter movement is doing great things for this country, i think virginia tech would have welcomed me with open arms. >> well, school administration now claiming that they never even invited him. >> oh, really. >> come on, hokies, let's get it together. he's such a nice guy too. >> yeah, "the wall street journal" always makes up stuff about college appearances. coming up, a navy s.e.a.l. hero was on a mission to save americans but don't tell that to the a.p., they made the headline about his grandfather's past. your e-mails are pouring in on this one. does your kid love dogs? what if they could get paid to play with them all day long? cheryl casone has details on awesome summertime jobs.
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♪ ♪ a choice for another day. >> last month she made the announcement she was postponing her tour to start a family with her husband. remember we all wondered does she mean she's pregnant or trying to get pregnant? well now she is. the navy s.e.a.l. died trying to rescue american advisers caught in the surprise attack. that attack was caught on camera. >> and this morning, we are learning more about his heroic final moments. >> garrett tenney has the latest including some footage. >> reporter: ainsley, steve and brian, good morning.
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charles keating iv is being called an american hero after giving his life to protect american soldiers. a small group of special forces were meeting with peshmerga forces in the iraqi town of tel askuf after several truck bombs were detonated. the small group were pinned down with no way out when keating an his quick response team were sent in to get them out. a local militia group posted this video which lasted 12 hours and it was one of the largest in recent months according to a spokesman who said bullets were flying everywhere. as the u.s. troops were being evacuated, keating was hit by enemy fire and died before getting to the hospital. no other americans were injured. the 31-year-old arizona native was a former track star who friends say gave up a promising future in sports to serve his country. >> i can't believe this. i'm devastated.
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i have his wedding announcement on the refrigerator. i mean, it's just -- you know, he was getting married in november. he was. i'm just devastated. >> reporter: his fiancee was scheduled to buy her wedding dress this week. keating is the third service man to die in combat in iraq since 2014. back to you all in new york. >> wow. >> garrett tenney, heart breaking story. so garrett did a good job of telling us a little bit about charlie keating but the associated press used somebody in his family tree this way. navy s.e.a.l. killed in iraq was close to disgraced grandfather. his grandfather, charles keating, remember him back in the day with the savings and loan scandal. so they connected him to this american patriot who just died. >> and here's your reaction. joanne wrote this. what a horrible thing to write. instead we mourn the loss of a
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brave american. we should focus on that. >> bob tweeted, how much lower can the american media get? disappointed with this reporting. >> and this young man gave his life for the country, even for the jerk who wrote this headline. his grandfather is part of the story, but doesn't need to be the headline. >> come on, this is a man who sacrificed everything for our freedom. don't forget this. >> this incident had changed the way they're approaching the advise and assist role. there was no battle lines, they were in a meeting, end up in a fight. >> our thoughts are with his family. >> indeed. does your millennial love traveling? what if they could get paid to plan cruises and vacations? >> i want that job. cheryl casone has more information on that. on this day in 1980 "call
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the unemployment rate for 18 to 29-year-olds is 7.9% which is a big jump from the national average of 5%. so what can millennials do to land a job? fox business network's cheryl casone is outside with the millennial job fair to help get the kids hired. >> 30% of them still living at home, steve. let's get the kids out of the house and get them jobs. i want to start with the high schoolers, you can stay at home but you might want to work at froots. you started this company when you were how old? >> 20 years old.
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>> okay. scott barnes. let's talk about the 500 jobs you're offering. >> we're a franchise company so we near the process of expansion in the southeast. we'll add 50 new units. >> 500 job, $8.50 an hour? >> absolutely. >> shift managers. >> shift manager, franchise owners. >> making some smoothies. i'll be back for those. i haven't had breakfast. you talk about dogs earlier. i love this one. for college summer jobs, dog-topia. so this is as much as for dogs? >> yeah, we are dog daycare and grooming and boarding for dogs. but we are looking for all levels from room attendance manager, general managers. we are franchisees as well. >> you're the director of operations there and you have spa services for dogs. >> that's right. spa services for your dogs. >> that would be fun for me if i was in college and i didn't have a dog. let's talk about more students who need jobs. as far as college graduates, can
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the president of zaniak. you are looking for high school students. >> yeah. we're trying to provide a meaningful employment opportunities. they work with kids to teach them computer programming to 3-2k, -- 3-d printing and working with robots. >> he's going to show us how to run that. so steve, there you go. the plan to get the kids out of the house. well, if you're in high school stay in the house. all you millennials out there, check out these companies. >> thank you very much. by the way, this isn't just millennials that are having trouble finding work, moms are facing difficulties. you can find solutions in cheryl's brand-new book called "come back, how today's moms re-enter the workplace successfully." tomorrow she will give us a preview of the brand-new book which is terrific. donald trump now actively looking for a running mate. what about a trump/gingrich
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good morning. it's thursday, the tail end of the week. may 5th, 2016. i'm ainsley earhardt. and then there was one. first cruz dropping out and now john kasich. leaving trump as the last man standing. brand-new signs that the republican party is finally
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uniting. former house speaker newt gingrich reveals what the signs are when he joins us live. >> he'll be here in a minute. meanwhile, is donald trump a racist? elizabeth warren thinks so. what about hillary clinton? >> do you think he's a racist? >> i'm going to let people judge for themselves but i have the highest regard for senator warren. >> we'll report. you decide. we got there -- we go there all the time here on "fox & friends," but now we're being told not to eat chick-fil-a by the mayor of new york city. we'll see if we listen and you'll find out if we listen if you watch "fox & friends," because your mornings are now better. we have been waiting years for chick-fil-a to open up here in new york city. we have one one block away and now the mayor is saying don't go. we'll explain why. there's still a line out the door. >> right. >> exactly. a very long line.
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all right, but first, we'll hand it over to heather nauert who has some headlines for us. >> they have the nicest work that there. i love that place. good morning to you, a fox news alert right now. an escaped killer is on the run right now, arthur buckle escaping from a prison at the psychiatric hospital in new jersey. he was spotted in ocean county yesterday in a cvs pharmacy. he had been convicted of killing his girlfriend's child in 1995 and then arrested again several years later for assault, burglary and drugs. officials have no idea why the guy escaped. he was up for parole in just 18 days. but please keep an eye out for him in new jersey. well, overnight a police officer hit by a carjacker after a high speed chase in california. the suspect crashed the stolen car in the northern part of the state. the suspect then opened fire on police before he was arrested. that officer thankfully is
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expected to be okay. and this video simply incredible and terrifying. walls of flames. look. >> getting out of town. >> [ bleep ]. >> i can feel the heat here. [ bleep ]. this is insane. [ bleep ]. >> can you imagine the terror that you would feel trying to drive through that to escape that massive inferno tearing through ft. mcmurray in alberta, canada. every person in that city, 88,000 were forced to flee their homes in a matter of minutes. >> they didn't let us take our things and when we asked -- so we lost everything now. >> we had basically two minutes to get home, grab our stuff and we had to leave. >> wow. you can see ash raining down on people's cars as they try to escape. it burned 1,600 buildings. the fed is telling the north carolina governor that the bathroom law violates civil rights.
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requiring people to use the restroom that matches their birth sex is illegal. well, now the state is in jeopardy of losing hundreds of millions in funding and the govr -- the governor has until monday to stop enforcing that law. those are the headlines. now let's bring in the guy who's been part of this insightful political process. newt gingrich, welcome back to "fox & friends." >> good to be here. i hope everyone lines up at chick-fil-a. it is a great product and frank think a lot better product than the mayor. >> go over the chick-fil-a in five minute. >> a great company. closed on sunday. i love that company. >> the brouhaha is over traditional marriage and we'll get to that. let's talk politics. a year ago what was the chances that donald trump would be the guy? >> i think very, very slim because none of us, including me, understood the level of skill he'd bring to the campaign or the level of alienation the american people felt that led
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them to reject virtually everybody who had experience. sort of like he showed up and said, look what i have done, they said, that's it, you're out of here. trump managed to as he points out correctly, he managed to survive 16 other folks. and in what is -- i think one of most remarkable campaigns in american history. >> it is. it broke so many rules and it ticked so many people off, including guys like george will and david brooks and "the new york times" and all of these people who are filing themselves under the never trump category. if not the movement. what's your advice to republicans who say i can't vote for the guy? >> well, first of all, i urge them to drop never trump and put in never hillary. the risk they're running of hillary clinton appointing a truly radical supreme court, eliminating the second amendment, the right to bear arm, eliminating religious liberty, imposing further radical values on the country, i think that's -- that by itself
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just the issue of the supreme court should convince most rational people that never hillary is a lot more powerful slogan than never trump. >> all right. let's talk about the vp options pause we're hearing -- because we're hearing he's weighing out the options. any possibility he'll team up with you? has he talked to you about it and if so, would you do about it? >> no, he's not talked to me about it. i think he has a wide range of choices to look at. and i think that there are a number of very qualified people that would be very effective as vice presidential candidates. >> okay. yes? >> starting the list. who would you suggest? >> well, i think you have to say governor scott walker for example who's already been through a tremendous fight about reform. he knows a lot about how that works. governor martinez in new mexico is a very effective creative person. >> yes, she is. >> governor nikki haley. governor fallon in oklahoma who
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i have affinity for because her middle name is newt. you know, so we used to kid each other about that. but there are also other folks who ran this time. you have to look i think at govern kasich because no republican has ever won without winning ohio. senator rubio who i think was a very attractive candidate and came a long way down the road. >> you just named -- of the people on that list, three of them were women. so is that a not so subtle signal to donald trump that he should think about having a woman toward the top of the ticket? >> well, he didn't need hints. it's obvious you look at it and you're trying to beat hillary clinton, you at least think about whether or not that's who you want. but, you know, the criteria is pretty straightforward. first, can the person be president, because you cannot fill this job with somebody who can't become president in case something does happen to the president.
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second, do they agree with trump? i mean, it's got to be somebody who can play on the same team and share his values or you're just -- you know, you'll create a mess. third, can they help you some politically, but i think it's in that order. my hunch is frankly trump thinks he will win the election. i don't think he's relying on the vice presidential nominee to be a major factor. >> but there's a thought he'll do something unprecedented and roll out the gist of the cabinet before cleveland. rudy giuliani as homeland security, to the attorney general being governor christie and who knows who else would turn up. what do you think about the chances and that move? >> i think in some ways if he can assemble the right people, it could be an exciting decision. i know he wants to pick some business people. he wants to break the mold in washington. the two people you mentioned would be fabulous, giuliani was a great mayor who turned new york around and was the base of the last 20 years of success. at the same time, i think chris christie would be a tremendous
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attorney general. and so those are great examples of people who would make a real difference. >> all right. let me talk about elizabeth warren and hillary clinton, they're calling trump a racist. trump has built his campaign on racism and xenophobia and hillary clinton responds with this -- >> i think that elizabeth warren is pretty smart. anybody who's listened to him and how he's talked certainly can draw that conclusion. >> do you think he's a racist? >> i'm going to let people judge for themselves. but i have the highest regard for senator warren. >> is she calling him a racist? >> look, the fact is, liberal democrats have failed. they have failed in southside chicago where people are getting shot every day. they have failed in school districts like detroit where 91% of the kids can't graduate. they can't read. they failed to create jobs for
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the inner city poor, so they yell racist. they have no answers, no solutions. they have been running chicago for three generations and they have failed. they have run baltimore -- the last republican city council member in baltimore was 1942 and they yell racist because they're terrified that someone like donald trump who will have the guts to go into the inner city, take them head on and point out who's been destroying the future for children? it's been the teachers unions who back hillary clinton, who refuse to reform the schools. so i think we ought to take them head on, welcome their battle cry. and when you talk about xenophobia, how can you watch isis and not have some concern about foreigners and frankly in the senator has no concern about isis, she's delusional. >> yeah. >> newt, talking about hillary, democratt a problem as we head side in west virginia. a couple of weeks back in ohio, she was talking about how, you know, we're going to put a lot of coal miners out of work.
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of course there are a lot of coal miners in west virginia and it just seemed like a tone deaf thing to say in the era of videotape. >> well, every once in a while the mask slips and you see how really frightening left wing totalitarians are. she described putting people out of work as though they were not people, as though they were just numbers. she had no concern for their families, no concern for their church or their neighborhood or local small government. this is the kind of ruthlessness -- by the way, the epa is going after the navajo nation with the same zealotry. they don't care who they ruin on way through as long as they meet their ideological goals. >> newt, what do you think when donald trump starts getting the high security briefings that only nominees get, how do you think it will change perhaps his foreign policy view? >> almost not at all. i used to get those so-called high security briefings.
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the front page of "the wall street journal" does the same job for about less money. >> yeah. >> the cia is -- the national intelligence, you're not impressed? you don't feel -- >> they walk in and they say, i went through in in the '80s with reagan when i was a junior member and we were involved in the -- in kuwait, and in flagging the kuwaiti ships and getting these briefings. they come in and they say, this group is doing this and that group is doing that. then they come in and say, by way, they have now switched. this group is doing this and that. and then all of this is just noise. what do you need to know about libya other than the clinton and obama is a failed disaster, the place is a nightmare. it will get worse before it gets better. what more do you need? in syria, what more do you need to know other than russia, iran and assad will stay in power and laugh at the united states and obama is going to be totally effective -- ineffective in
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replacing him. i just gave you a briefing. >> even cheaper than the wall street journal. >> i read it on the way in. >> thank you newt gingrich. it is now 12 minutes after the top of the hour. coming up the man who says he hacked hillary's e-mail server now speaking out to fox. >> is the clinton server easy or hard? >> both. i mean, what is it -- for me, for everybody. >> easy, what does that mean for hillary clinton? that's coming up next. we heard alec baldwin go off before. well, this morning, oh, there's a new tirade. >> yes or no. >> you're here with my wife and kid come out of here, you're going to have a big problem. you know that? you're not as dumb as you look. you are with fox, aren't you? you almost hit my wife in the face? you want to apologize on camera?
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listen to this. >> reporter: 44-year-old marcel lehel lazar claimed it happened in early 2014. you accessed a lot of accounts, marcel. >> yeah. >> reporter: is the clinton server easy or hard? >> both. i mean, what -- what is it for me. for everybody. >> reporter: lazar was extradited to the u.s. from romania last month to face trial in alexandria, virginia, for cybercrimes. one of the alleged victims is sidney blumenthal. after researching his target, lazar told fox he accessed the account by correctly guessing blumenthal's security question. then he sent consent from the account to the media. for the first time publicly exposed the clinton e-mail address. how many times did you access the clinton server, marcel? >> i'd say like twice. it was not like the clinton server itself. it was -- that was what i was using with political foreign stuff. >> reporter: while his claims
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cannot be independently verified, three computer security specialist told fox the clinton server now in fbi hands may have an electronic trail that would confirm or disprove his claims. >> unfortunately in this community a lot of people make up stories. and it's hard to know what's really true until you get into the forensics information and get hard facts. >> reporter: this week, mrs. clinton was asked about security. any indication that your private server was hacked by foreign hackers? >> no, not at all. >> so the democratic side is pushing this aside, saying, listen, if he had anything, he would have put it out. he wouldn't just say i hacked it. i would have said, here are the e-mails. he looked at it and said it's kind of boring stuff. >> apparently, he uploaded some of the stuff to the cloud. he thought he would need some of it in the future. so maybe it's there and got some more stuff. you had asked earlier what guccifer stood for? >> did you find out? >> it's a combination of gucci and lucifer. that's where he came up with his
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online name. >> who knows what kind of deal he can -- to find the next hack, till us the magic behind it. >> he made it sound so simple, i figured out their e-mails based on reading the biographies. >> and how did he get into hillary's -- >> he hacked his aol account. great work by catherine herridge. coming up, we all go there all the time here on "fox & friends" and now we're being told not to eat at chick-fil-a by the mayor. i'm going to head over there and see what the people of new york city -- >> listen to the mayor! >> we'll find out whether or not people should boycott chick-fil-a. >> bring us back some chicken sandwiches. remember when the former president of mexico said this to trump -- >> i'm not going to pay for that [ bleep ] wall. he should pay for it. he's got the money. >> this morning he's speaking out again. wait till you hear what he's saying this time.
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some headlines now for you. it is apparently okay to kill more bald eagles. the obama administration allows the wind turbine companies to kill the four times the current limit. starting next month it's okay to
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smoke in california as long as you're 21 years and older. the governor signed the bill to raise the age from 18 to 21. all right, it happens to be one of the most successful fast food chains. and a favorite here on "fox & friends." but now, the extremely liberal mayor of new york city is calling for a boycott of chick-fil-a because of their stand on lgbt rights. >> and steve is live at the brand-new location down the street from our studios. what are the people saying? >> well, i don't know yet, because they're in the building and i'm outside the building. let's go on in. it's chick-fil-a here at 46th and 6th avenue. i assumed it would be okay for us to go in there. go ahead. thank you very much. good morning. how are you? all right. and we've got a big crowd here today. hi, everybody. we're from fox. can we ask you a quick question? >> sure. >> what's your name? >> jeff. >> did you realize that the
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mayor and some council men here in new york are calling for a boycott in the place you're sitting in. >> well, sorry about this. >> they're upset that the guy who -- the top dog at chick-fil-a supports traditional marriage. >> well, so do i. so that's a good thing. >> so you have no problem with that? >> no. that's what i'm going to tell trump. keep god first and our kids and he'll be fine. >> okay. just like that. >> just like that. >> i like that. pardon me, sir. can we interrupt you during your coffee? >> sure. >> i'm sure you have heard what i was talking about. you should be boycotting, you shouldn't have a bag full of stuff and drinking their coffee because they support traditional marriage and this is -- that upsets the lgbt community. >> well, that's too bad. but i'm from atlanta. i know the kathy family and i support them. okay? there's nothing wrong with two people being together. it's just -- it doesn't need to be such a big issue. just do your own thing. you know? if you don't make it known that
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you're gay, you won't have a problem. i don't see why you have to wear it out on your arm. can you tell if i'm married or not? >> well, you're wearing a wedding ring. >> okay. you know, that's the only sign. if i took the wedding ring off, no one would be able to tell. >> what i know for sure is you're not going to boycott the place because here you are. >> that's right. >> all right. very good. thank you. let's talk to one more person. here's a guy right here. are you here for breakfast? >> yes, i'm here for breakfast. >> what's your name? >> lamar wilson. >> the mayor is saying, people, don't come to chick-fil-a because they support traditional biblical definition of marriage. and he said that's not good and the lgbt people are upset. >> right. >> so are you going to boycott? >> i come to chick-fil-a for the chicken biscuits. >> you don't come for the politic? >> no i want the chicken biscuits and that's it. i'm from the south as well. so yes. >> the crew asked me to pick up a bunch of sandwiches. what's your favorite?
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>> spicy deluxe. >> that sounds great. >> yeah. >> could you order me 25, i'll be right in line. >> yes. i'll get you 25 -- i'll get you 25. >> thank you very much. all right. so that's just an idea, brian and ainsley, of how the people are feeling in chick-fil-a. it sounds like people will continue to buy their delicious breakfast and lunch time sandwiches. >> i like that last guy. i just want a chicken biscuit. >> someone else the mayor doesn't listen to. >> thank you, steve. >> heather is over there giggling. >> oh, my. goodness. all right, coming up this navy s.e.a.l. hero, serious story, look at him. he was killed by isis. we honor him this morning. he was on a mission to save americans and fight for your freedom, but don't tell that to the associated press. they made the headline about his grandfather's criminal past. your e-mails are pouring in on this one.
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and mass own alec baldwin busted again for doing what he does best. >> yeah, you want to apologize on camera? i asked you a question, you want to apologize -- i asked you a question. [ bleep ] out of here. >> oh! that was an old one. here's a new one. >> same place, different person. >> what happened this time? we'll share it. looking for balance in your digestive system? try align probiotic. for a non-stop, sweet treat goodness, hold on to your tiara kind of day. live 24/7. with 24/7 digestive support.
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>> and this morning we're learning more about his heroic final moments. joining us right now live from washington, d.c., garrett ten y tenney. >> ainsley, steve and brian, good morning. charlie keating iv is being remembered as an american hero. isis fighters launched a surprise attack on a christian village in northern iraq. a small group of special forces were training peshmerga forces and were pinned down. and this video was caught purportedly of that battle. keating was sent in to help get the u.s. forces out and you can see from the car that was there, bullets were flying everywhere. the battle lasted more than 12 hours and was one of the largest battles in recent months, according to u.s. officials.
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>> he was killed by direct fire, but this was a gun fight. you know, a dynamic gunfight. there were bullets everywhere. >> reporter: keating died en route to a hospital and thanks in part to his efforts was the only american injured in this battle. the 31-year-old arizona native was a former track star who vowed to become a navy s.e.a.l. after the terrorist attacks on 9/11. he was engaged and just six months away from his wedding. ainsley, steve and brian? >> wow. our thoughts with are the family this morning. >> after the attack, soon we learned the navy s.e.a.l.'s name and that navy s.e.a.l.'s name is relatively well known. it's keating. guess what the a.p. headline does, it links him to his grandfather who got in trouble with the savings and loan. but look at this headline. navy s.e.a.l. killed in iraq was close to his disgraced grandfather.
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so while noting that we lost a navy s.e.a.l., he -- they have to bring up the fact that the grandfather -- they have to label him disgraced. >> yeah. greta talked about this last night on her show saying it was a cheap shot to put that in the headline. she understands that needs to be part of the story. you can put that in the body of the story, but not as the headline. because it's irrelevant when you're talking about what his grandfather did. when you're talking about a navy s.e.a.l. who's fighting for you and for our country and is over there sacrificing his life literally so that we can all have our freedoms. that needs to be the headline this morning. >> so raymond tweeted us and said, this man showed more bravery than all of to a.p. personnel combined. >> scott said the associated press owes the family of this navy s.e.a.l. hero an apology. >> and antoinette said, shame on the a.p., the grandson was not the grandfather. if everyone was judged by their relatives we'd all be in trouble. >> the a.p. needs to remember the freedom of the press. we have that freedom because people fought for the country. >> and they're putting another 400 in there because in irbil
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there are no front lines, we cannot pretend this is advise and assist, they're in the fight. 25 minutes before the top of the hour. haw heather nauert? >> remember when vicente fox said this about donald trump's proposal to build the wall? >> i'm not going to pay for that [ bleep ] wall. he should pay for it, he has the money. >> well, this morning fox is now apologizing and now inviting trump to mexico. listen. >> if i offended you i'm sorry. but what about the other way around? i think it's very important to invite donald trump to come to mexico and to learn about the real mexico. that is i would think totally different. >> what do you think? should he go? no response from trump just yet. nearly 400 inmates who
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committed the worst crimes imaginable could escape the death penalty. the florida supreme court is deciding whether or not to reduce it to life in prison. this comes after the u.s. supreme court that rules the death penalty process was unconstitutional, saying it gave too much power to judges instead of juries. and planned parenthood fighting the fed over mandatory cutting. the kansas department of health cut off medicaid payments. the health department's decision is politically motivated, and the state claims that planned parenthood was cut off for what it called unprofessional conduct. and we have heard alec baldwin go off before. now, again. >> i asked you a question. do you want to apologize to -- i asked you a question. get the [ bleep ] out of here. >> you're wrong. >> oh, that was in new york with our linda schmidt. he has done it again this time. the 30 rock star went ballistic after the paparazzi tried to snap pictures of his wife in beverly hills.
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he tried to reason with him, maybe you're as dumb as you look, you're with fox. he called him a piece of trash and the couple is constantly sharing pictures of themselves online, but they had beef with the photographers that day. those are your headlines. let's head outside to maria molina. >> you have to deal with the rain across the places like virginia, and also across ohio, even into the carolinas. so it will be messy out there. across the western u.s., we have a new storm system and we're tracking that over the next couple of days so we can bring the risk of severe weather across the plains. a current look at the temperatures, the cool air across the northeast. temperatures only in the 40s in new york. 40s as you head farther west in cleveland and in chicago and also in kansas city. but as we head into this afternoon, temperatures will be heating up and they'll be on the warm side out there.
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anywhere from texas up into the dakotas with many areas expecting highs into the 80s and 90s today. now over to steve, brian and ainsley. >> thank you so much. well, how much do you know about cinco de mayo? well, you're about to find out how little we know. >> that's right. we'll be quizzed right now. happy cinco de mayo. >> happy cinco de mayo. >> by the way i have ordered the sandwiches from chick-fil-a. i ordered 25. they'll be here in a minute. >> do you know what goes great with a chicken sandwich? a margarita. >> start only background music for us. we have mariachi bands here. >> not just any mariachi band, they have big hats. >> do you have a number ready?
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all right. jaime, the first question. >> true or false, tequila is made from cactus? >> i would say true. >> false. although prickly it is closely related to the asparagus which is not a cactus. >> second question. true of false, tequila strictly comes from mexico? >> true. >> i'm going say true. >> that's in fact true. >> all right. >> you earned your margarita. >> if not made in mexico what's it called? >> it's a distill late. >> like champagne. can only be called -- >> five states authorized to grow, cultivate it for the production of the tequila. >> okay. next question. >> there you go. and then lastly, this is a multiple choice question. the u.s. -- this u.s. city holds the largest cinco de mayo celebration. is it miami? very heavily populated latino community there. b, el paso, texas? huge latino community.
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c, denver, or d, new york. >> i'm going with "a." >> i'm going to go with "b" just to be contrarian. >> it is in fact denver. >> what? >> denver holds one of the biggest celebrations in the u.s. >> mile high and a little tipsy. >> exactly. lastly, we have another true or false question. cinco de mayo became a popular holiday in america due to great trade relations between the u.s. and mexico. is this true or false? >> i would say true. >> false. >> false? >> that's in fact false. cinco de mayo became a popular holiday only after the u.s. president roosevelt enacted the good neighbor policy in order to strengthen relations with latin america. >> now we're great neighbors. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> thanks. >> congratulations on the best job ever. >> happy cinco de mayo. >> now they're singing. coming up, it might be a seller's market right now, but bob massi says another scary real estate bubble is about to
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right here. >> yeah, reported in early. dan godwin joins us from outside the courthouse. what can we expect today? >> reporter: well, in court this morning judge is expected to lay out the conditions of johnny manziel's bond. the 2012 heisman trophy winner turned himself in at nearby high land park. he was booked, fingerprinted and a mug shot was taken and manziel was then released on $1,500 bond. last month, manziel was indicted by a dallas county grand jury on a misdemeanor assault charge. he's accused of hitting his ex-girlfriend in january during a night out that started in dallas and ended in ft. worth. if manziel is convicted of the charges against him, he's facing a maximum one year in jail and $4,000 fine. now, back in march he was released by the cleveland browns after a couple of less than spectacular seasons there.
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his future in the nfl remains very uncertain. reporting live in dallas, this is dan godwin. back to you. >> thank you very much. >> lievable. ainsley, what's happening? the housing market appears to be on solid ground but is it too soon to be optimistic? we have "the property man" here. joining us now is the host of "the property man," bob massi. thanks for being with us. >> good morning, ainsley. >> good morning. let me ask some questions that are on our viewers' minds and will you please answer them. what are your concerns in the marketplace with housing markets? >> we just finish shooting the third season of "the property man" down in scottsdale and tucson and what i see there is in vegas, florida, the places we have done the show so far. that it's booming again. that's a great for the economy, it's great for work, great for construction. but i am concerned again that
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ultimately we build the supply and demand and a couple of years changes and then we could be faced with some other problems. so though i love the growth and i love the employment, i'm just concerned that we're falling back into a trap again and sort of you have reacting to the marketplace. but again, you're not going to stop the growth, but there could be a consequence if we don't watch ourselves. >> bob, what are some of the mistakes you're seeing the current buyers making? >> the biggest concern, we learned from the crisis, that people had no rainy day money at all. they had their house payment, their car payment, their lifestyle, just on the edge. and so when things got bad, they had nothing left of any money. i'm concerned because people who lost so much and god knows we covered this, and want to own so bad again that if they could fit in that niche again of being able to afford a mortgage they will do it without any type of money sort of a fall back on.
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i'm concerned for that. because they want to own so much all over again. >> so bob, based on what you're seeing, could another housing bubble occur? >> i think it can. i don't think it will ever be as bad as it was because lenders are getting -- they're tougher, which we want them to be. we want to make sure that people who are going to go for a home loan that they can qualify and they have the money to do it. but i'm concerned again if we get excessive that there could be somewhat of a bubble in a few years. i'm concerned for that, i just caution our viewers, i always say -- i always said to my kids, don't get caught for speeding. sort of take your time, look at things and make sure you're making the right decision and get good advice. >> that is great advice. thank you so much, bob. you can catch "the property man" saturdays 12:00 p.m., sundays 3:00 p.m. right here on fox news. if you have a real estate dilemma, e-mail bob. coming up he explains the most complex legal situations with ease, but does he know his way around the kitchen?
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peter johnson jr. and his beautiful daughters are "cooking with friends" next. but first, let's check in with martha for what's going on at the top of the hour. >> good morning. it's a whole new ball game and the winner of the gop primary has his work cut out for him. hillary unleashes her attack, it's a doozie. what does it look like? the numbers, the advice and karl rove and mike huckabee and scott brown all weigh in. he said he hacked into hillary's e-mail and he said it was easy. can he prove it? if he can, will she have to testify? we'll see you at the top of the hour. let's do more... ...add one a day men's 50+. complete with key nutrients we may need. plus it helps support healthy blood pressure with vitamin d and magnesium.
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all right. peter johnson jr. shows off his legal skills here on an almost daily basis and today we're
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putting his cooking skills to the test. >> oh, boy. >> luckily he brought along some real experts. >> here to cook a classic tex-mex dish for "cooking with friends," here he is with his daughters blanch and veronica. welcome back. >> so happy to be here. thank you. >> why has the johnson family taken to making fajitas? >> because mrs. johnson had a coy copy of the disney cookbook and we have it every week. it's simple and tasty, usually you don't eat a lot of the tortillas it's healthy. we'll start it up, what do we have, chilly pepper, blanch, cayenne? >> time for dinner. go ahead. just like an average day. >> well, i have to leave the set because i'll be on the nap. >> is that water? >> add some water. >> water in.
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let's go. >> not too much. >> you can have fun in your house. you can do tacos thursday or tuesday. >> and cinco de mayo, celebrating the mexican victory over the french, 1862. let's go. >> what do you for this? because we cook this all the time at my house. >> you can use round steak or use flank, right? roasted chili pepper, cumin, cayenne, pepper. >> i'm trying to get the recipe. >> is it true we can use two different types of steak? >> absolutely. yes. >> and use the one that's on sale. >> they have these on sale. sirloin tips. fillets. >> through the magic of television it's all prepared. the next step is pretty easy. >> let's plate it. let's go, girls. >> oh, boy, here we go. >> let's plate it. i love it. >> okay. >> don't be stingy. >> there you go. some of that. add whatever toppings you want.
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>> we have some great guacamole. >> guacamole. >> make sure i say it right, girls. >> guacamole. >> and picot deguya. >> so you learned in school it's guacamole. >> so veronica is a senior and blanch is a reporter for fox news covering entertainment. >> unbelievable job. you can find this online? >> everything's online. >> this is the nicest family. >> they never eat out. the nicest family in the world. >> there you go. >> come on. >> a lot of people at -- >> brian? >> very easy. >> the recipe will be up online. >> go for it. >> thanks judy brown for the help here today. having this wonderful meal together. >> that is delicious. very nice.
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>> god bless america. and god bless you at home. >> nothing better than the johnsons on cinco de mayo. happy day. >> thank you for having us. >> thank you. coming up next on the fox news channel, the star who threw out the pitch at the royals stadium. who was that? stick around. >> one for the road. >> here we go. ♪ poor mouth breather. allergies? stuffy nose? can't sleep? take that. a breathe right nasal strip instantly opens your nose up to 38% more than allergy medicine alone. shut your mouth and say goodnight, mouthbreathers. breathe right. (p...that, you haveit, wait! yoto rinse it first like... that's baked- on alfredo. baked-on? it's never gonna work. dish issues? cascade platinum... powers... through...
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-- weather and science education, so they asked me to throw out the first pitch. take a look at how it went. >> fire away! [ laughter ] >> there you are. >> round of applause for maria. >> amazing. very good. bill: a federal judge says he may order the democratic frontrunner to testify. martha: this is a bombshell. the claim comes as hillary clinton was hoping she could turn the attention to the general election. the hacker known as

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