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with thousands of democratic coal miners at that west virginia rally. >> but he still can't seem to win over members of his own party. we go live to washington, d.c. for what's brewing. >> reporter: good morning. donald trump may have won the nomination but he certainly has not won over the republican party as a whole. fox news has learned four out out of the five last presidential nominees have decided not to attend the party's convention. the growing divide was highlighted yesterday when paul ryan was asked by jake tapper if he'll endorse and support donald trump. >> i'm not ready to do that at this point. i hope to. i want to. but i think what is required is that we unify this party. >> reporter: that will not be an easy task. he wants to see trump defend the
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conservative principles but trump has been at odds with many of those ideas. trump shot back at ryan saying in a statement, i am not ready to support speaker ryan's agenda. perhaps in the future we can work together and come to an agreement about what is best for the american people. they have been treated so badly for so long. it's about time for politicians to put them first. in the middle of this growing divide is reince preibus who is playing down this discord and says trump and ryan will meet together next week to try to work some things out. >> in some cases people are not going to be instantly on board and i know that can be frustrating for some people, but i think everyone has to have a little bit, allow a little bit of steam to get out and get everybody to settle down and i think this is going to come together. >> reporter: we'll hear exactly what donald trump thinks about all of this later this morning
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in a live interview on "fox & friends." thanks so much. why are party leaders pushing back on donald trump? judge andrew napolitano had a theory on "special report." i think that the republican congressional leadership knows once donald trump is off to the races, once he has that ton of cash the republican party is going to give to him combat hillary clinton or whoever the democratic nominee is, they will lose any leverage that they have with him and if they want some leverage they better have it now. >> there is speculation the party may looking to cut a deal with trump giving him some influence over his vice president pick. hillary clinton cinco de mayo rally in california anything about festive. >> hillary clinton is a criminal. >> as you can see protesters lining the streets outside east
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los angeles college accusing the democratic front-runner of pannering to latino voters. >> liar, liar! >> as some of those protesters were being forced to leave clinton used the stage to level an attack on her likely republican opponent. >> donald trump doubled down on his plan to create a deportation force to round up millions of people that's actually what he said. >> now clinton comparing that statement to this tweet, trump posted earlier in the day showing him eating a taco bowl with a caption i love hispanics. we just learned fbi agents have interviewed hillary clinton's top aid as part of the federal investigation into clinton's use of a private e-mail server. according to the ap the fed's likely quizzed her on the set up of that server and whether or not laws were broken.
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the democratic presidential candidate has been accused of mishandling classified information during her time as secretary of state. she was one of clinton's closest aids during that time. the government pushing back saying the man claiming to have hacked into clinton's e-mail server is lying. he told fox news that he broke into clinton's server twice and it was easy. the state department says it's not aware of any hacks saying the fbi is not even investigating the claims. new details this morning about the death of an american hero. the pentagon now saying tuesday's isis attack in northern iraq which killed a navy s.e.a.l. was an ambush. >> if they saw this attack coming they would have respond differently. perhaps this could have been avoid. this particular attack was not anticipated.
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>> his remains will arrive at dover air force base later this morning. a fox news alert. tense moments on a california free as a murder suspect stands off with police. the ordeal started with a slow speed chase on the 91 free after 6:00 p.m. the driver weaving through control before losing control. after a two hour standoff the s.w.a.t. team moves in forcing the suspect from his car using that smoke. he was then taken down by a k-9 and arrested. a fox news alert a milwaukee police officer shot. his life saved by a bullet proof vest. the shooting happened last night when two officer responded to a robbery at an auto parts store. they saw a masked suspect leaving and chased after him. when he started shooting they fired back killing him. the officer who was hit was taken to the hospital but is okay thanks to his body armor. drug offenders are headed
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back to the streets as president obama commutes the sentences of 58 federal prisoners. that brings the total number of prisoners released from obama 306. that's more than double the number of the previous six presidents combined. lawyers from drug offenders are rushing to get their cases before the president before he leaves office. no guns and stayway from your ex-girlfriend. that's johnny's football new playbook set by a judge at his first court appearance facing misdeamnor charges. >> you're an adult man. you request choose who you speak to on the phone. >> the smug manziel accused of striking and threatening to kill his girlfriend. "star wars" fans there's a
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new hans solo. actor aaron wright has been ear-old beat out the character. thousands of other actors including scott eastwood. the spinoff will focus on solo before he joined the rebel alliance. it's hit the big screen 2018. paper or plastic, if you choose the latter get ready to pay. >> good morning. new yorkers will soon pay for plastic bags. mayor bill de blasio says he'll sign a bill that imposes a five cent fee. stores get to keep that nickel not the city. general motors and lyft will be testing self-driving taxies. the plan is to put the chevrolet
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volt taxis on the roads in california within a year's time. those tests will include real lyft customers if they opt-in. ♪ >> taylor swift the highest paid musician of 2015, $73.5 million. kenny chesney came in second place. kfc debuts edible nail polish in two flavors. original recipe and hot and spicy. you can find them in hong kong. >> edible nail polish. guys it's the fastest two minutes in sports and all takes place this weekend at the 142nd kentucky derby. >> abby huntsman joins us from churchill downs.
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>> reporter: good morning, you guys. it's never too early to wear a big beautiful bright hat. i've learned the horses have our same early schedule. they are up getting ready to start running around the track. the lights will go on in a few minutes. today is called oaks day and all about pink. i just got my official program. 142nd year of the derby. so as they say on mean girls on fridays we wear pink to honor the star gazer lily to honor oaks day. today you'll have the running of the fillies the female horse. today the races begin about 10:30 a.m. then a fashion contest which i'm considering taking part in myself. at 3:45 the survivor's parade
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the breast and cancer survivors parade. tomorrow the betting begins at 10:00 a.m. races begin at 10:30 a.m. 6:34 fastest two minutes. that's when the race starts. 3-year-old male horses. this is known as the race of the roses. the number one niquest. 3-1. exaggerator and gun runner. so, obviously with betting if someone is 10-1 you make more money if that horse wins. the one i love, sudden breaking news. 20-1 but it might exceed expectations. guys, back to you. sounds great. love the hat. looks great on you. the time is now ten minutes after the hour.
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spacex making history again overnight. the incredible landing that you have got to see next. and we told you about hillary clinton's closest confidant getting grilled by the fbi. this morning we're getting a look at her emails showing how she really feels about her boss. >> what do you think about hillary clinton? >> trump is right. if she was a man she wouldn't get 5% of the votes. >> american children weighing in on the race for the white house. you're not going to want to miss this one. >> it seems like donald trump may actually be into cinco de mayo based on the tweet he sent out today. this is real. it says happy cinco de mayo. the best taco bowls are made in tru trump tower grill. i love hispanics.
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hillary clinton is going after republican donors, sources say her campaign is courting former jeb bush contributors from his presidential run. they're claiming she is a better alternative to trump. clinton's campaign has reportedly kept a list of top toners for months but didn't contact them until this week after trump won the indiana primary. two former bush donors say they have declined to support her. are children following the presidential race? >> jesse waters hit the heart of times square to quiz youngsters about the candidates and top political issues. listen in. >> make america what again? >> happy. >> better. >> free.
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>> is trump going to make america what again? >> great. >> very, very good. >> what has donald trump been saying. >> i will build a wall. >> who is going to pay for the wall. >> donald trump. >> the muslims. >> the muslims? >> mexico? >> mexico. >> we shouldn't have a wall to block america from the rest of the world. >> you're voting for bernie, aren't you? why don't you like trump? >> he talks too much. >> he's mean. >> trump is very high maintenance. >> why do you like hillary? >> if she wins she will be the first girl president. >> and probably the last. >> my whole life is flashing before my eyes. >> i was saying my four-year-old talks about donald trump because she says, mom, let's watch fox news and hearing trump and all the other candidates. >> i love the high maintenance comment. it is 16 after the hour, the time is now 16 after the hour, just so i can remind you twice.
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and it looks like -- >> overnight spacex pulling off another incredible accomplishment, that flash of light one of its rockets landed vertically for the second time, taking place on a drone ship
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near the coast of cape can a 1/2 val, florida. now it can be cleaned up and refueled for a future launch. we are closing to a radically less expensive space flight era. 8,000 people evacuated from work camps at canada as a massive wildfire larger than new york city continues to burn. more people will be airlifted this morning as a convoy of 400 cars will try to move south on the hoye way from the flames. the alberta government has declared a state of emergency, more than 1,100 firefighters are fighting the flames on the ground as air crews try to stomp it out. the blaze has spread to 300 square miles reducing neighborhoods to ash. and an absolutely terrifying scene unfolding on a new zealand beach, a group of surfers experienced the ultimate wipeout as beachgoers stand helpless. >> we need to help them, boys. >> the waves tossing their boat around, sending the men and their belongings into the water
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and dangerously close to a jetty, a second boat tried to help and suffered the same fate but incredibly nobody was hurt. ♪ sorry, no. >> no? harry didn't you ever wonder where your mom and dad learned it all? >> learned what? >> you are a wizard, harry. >> pack your cap, your cape and wand we're weighting to hogwarth's. harry potter world taking muggles on a new adventure. michael tomero who got a full tour. i'm jealous, this looks fun. >> calling all wizards, just a few weeks ago universal studios hollywood unveiled the wizarding world of harry potter.
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2:25 am there is a new harry potter movie coming out later this year so you better catch up, jackie, you haven't seen any of them. >> i told you not to say that. i'm going to, though, and i am bummed that you didn't we are that getup, that would have been nice. >> i kept the wand. >> thank you, michael. patricia. >> the time is 25 minutes after the hour. pois the man spotted spraying rat poison on to food, that's right. investigators saying that's not the only store that he hit. and in the hot seat, hillary clinton's closest confidant goes one-on-one with the fbi. the new and released e-mails that show how uma really feels about the former secretary of state. first on this day in history in 1937 german air ship hindenberg caught fire while knocking at an air station in new jersey killing 36 people. and dwight eisenhower signed
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it's friday, may 6th. donald trump hitting hillary clinton where it hurts, in coal country. as the republican party pushes back against it's presumptive nominee is paul ryan looking to cut a deal before he gets on board the trump train? hillary clinton's closest confidant going one-on-one with the fbi and brand new e-mails released overnight show how uma abedin really feels about her boss. and it's off to the races, we're live in kentucky with all the fun and fashion, this derby day "fox and friends first" continues right now. ♪ i will put it on.
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[ applause ] >> there you have it. donald trump courting the coal country vote at a rally in west virginia as the presumptive nominee works to secure the republican nomination on paper. >> good morning, welcome to "fox and friends first." >> it is 30 after the hour as donald trump makes friends with coal miners in west virginia he is not having the same success in his own party. >> gar writ tenney is live from wds with more on the brewing civil war. good morning. >> good morning. he is the only candidate left and the presumptive nominee but there are still a lot of republicans who are not getting behind donald trump. the most prominent, though, is now house speaker paul rhine who highlighted this growing divide within the gop yesterday with this answer to jake tapper asking if ryan would now endorse
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donald trump. >> to be perfectly candid with you, jake, i'm just not ready to do that at this point. i'm not there right now. and i hope to, though, and i want to, but i think what is required is that we unify this party. >> that will not be an easy task. ryan wants to see trump defend the conservative principles the party stands for but throughout his campaign he has been at odd with many of those principles, free trade, entitlements and tax reform. trump shot back at ryan last night saying in a statement i am not ready to support speaker ryan's agenda. perhaps in the future we can work together and come to an agreement about what is best for the american people. they have been treated so badly for so long that it is about time for politicians to put them first. paul ryan is by no means alone, though, in fact, fox news has learned four out of the last five presidential nominees have decided not to attend the party's convention in july where trump will officially become the
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nominee. reince priebus told sean hannity it's been a hard race and will take a little bit of time for everne to get on board. >> in some cases people are not going to be instantly on board and i know that can be frustrating for some people, but i think everyone has to have a little bit of the steam to get out and get everyone to settle down and i think that this is going to come together. >> we'll see how that plays out next week when paul ryan and donald trump are scheduled to meet to work things out. before that, though, in just a couple of hours we will hear from donald trump directly. his reaction in a live interview on "fox and friends." jackie. >> garrett tenney, thank you. why are party leaders pushing back on donald trump? judge andrew napolitano had a theory on special report. listen in. >> img that the republican congressional leadership knows i think donald trump is off to the races, once he has the ton of cash that the republican party is going to give to him to
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combat hillary clinton or whoever the democratic nominee is, they will lose any leverage that they have with him and if they want some leverage they better have it now. >> there's speculation the party may be looking to cut a deal with trump, giving him some influence over his vice presidential pick. hillary clinton's cinco de mayo rally in california anything but festive. protesters lining the streets outside east los angeles college accusing the democratic front runner of pandering to latino voter voters. >> as some of those protesters were being forced to leave clinton used the stage to level an attack on her likely republican opponent. >> donald trump doubled down on his plan to create a deportation force to round up millions of
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people. that's actually what he said. >> clinton comparing that statement to this tweet trump posted earlier in the day showing him eating a taco bowl with the caption, quote, i love hispanics. hillary clinton's closest aid huma abedin tired of his boss complaining. in a brand new set of e-mails released from clinton's time as secretary of state abedin fires off one e-mail to adviser jake sullivan clearly showing her frustration. the e-mail dated april of 2009 says i have to go to dinner with her. i just got the i'm exhausted thing from her and eugene isn't going to be able to tell oscar de la renta to shut up. sullivan's response, boo. new details about the death of an american hear row, the pentagon saying tuesday's isis attack in northern iraq which claimed the life of charles keating was an ambush. had the forces there been
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able to see this attack coming they would have responded differently to it, perhaps this could have been avoided and this particular attack was not anticipated. >> keating's remains will arrive at dover air force base later this morning, funeral services are scheduled for may 12th. and a fox news alert, tense moments on a california freeway as an attempted murderer leads police on a slow speed chase. the ordeal started with the driver weaving through traffic before losing control after hitting a spike strip. after about a two-hour standoff the s.w.a.t. team moves in forcing the suspect from his car using smoke. he was then taken down by a k-9 and arrested. no guns and stay away from your ex-girlfriend, that's johnny football's new playbook set by a dallas judge during the former cleveland browns quarterback first court appearance facing misdemeanor assault charges. >> you are an adult, you can choose who you speak to on the phone, who you answer the door for. >> the seemingly smug manziel
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accused of hitting and threatening to can i will his former girlfriend. he faces up to one year in jail if convicted. the time is 35 minutes after the hour. a fox business alert. the brand new jobs report released today and how it could affect the markets this lorng morning and the election next. did the state department drop the ball on the benghazi investigation? the brand new documents exclusively obtained by fox news show. nd abigail higgins had... ...a tree that bore the most rare and magical fruit. which provided for their every financial need.
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a fox news alert, the state department misses a target date
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in the benghazi attack investigation. they allotted $4 million in funds for a document review unit which was supposed to be operational in june of 2015, but delays in actually providing that money led to delays in staffing. in an e-mail the state's spokesman confirmed that they began staffing in mid 2015 and they are now fully operational with a final report expected next month. thank you. it's now 40 after the hour. a fox business alert, new jobs report released today could move the markets and the election. jillian kent here with the details. morning. >> it's the first friday of the month which means it's jobs day, the number could have a big impact on the markets and race for the white house. the economy is expected to have added 202,000 jobs in april with the unemployment rate holding steady at 5%. now, wall street will also be looking for any sign of wage growth and on the bright side more americans are starting to find jobs, but the number of people on the hunt has also gone up, but that's not necessarily a
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bad thing, in fact, it's a good sign for an economic turn around. today's jobs number may have a big impact on the overall economy as well if it comes in stronger it could push the fed to raise interest rates again. if more than 200,000 jobs were added in april you could also see a nice rally in the stock market. yesterday the markets were relatively flat in anticipation of this big report. back to you. to find the fox business network leg on to finder. the time is 20 minutes before the top of the hour. fatal fall, your husband falls off the ladder while cleaning the gutters and has five minutes to live. what do you do? we're back with the lifesaving information you need to know this morning. plus fighting back, the moment a pregnant gas station attendant ex tinning she is a would be robber.
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a bizarre food poisoning case in an arbor, michigan, a 28-year-old man appearing before a judge charged with spraying mouse poison and hand sanitizer on the salad bars and drinks at whole foods. he was caught in the act by a store fbi and wound up on the fbi's most wanted list. no one has gotten sick but the man charged with spraying that poison faces up to 70 years in prison. a fire extinguisher saves the day without a into i remember in sight. look at the video of toledo. a would be robber lunges at a convenience store cash register attacking a pregnant store clerk to get at the money but her coworkers aren't having it, one using a fire extinguisher, bark the guy with it multiple times, he gets away empty handed but
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i'm guessing pretty bruised. >> do not mess with that. well, falls are the leading cause of unintentional injury nationwide wide. sometimes they can be deadly, especially when you fall from a ladder. something i never thought about. >> if it happens to be would you know what to do? here to within our five minutes to live fox news a team dr. marc siegel live from your plaza. >> we're talking about falls off of ladders today. our series the whole week has been called five minutes to live. we've been talking to doctors in emergency rooms all around but it's not doctors that deal with the five minutes to live, it's really paramedics, it's people that come on the scene and stabilize you and get you to the hospital before it's too late. today i'm privileged and honored to be joined by two top paramedics for the new york city fire department, rich alysha and liam glenade. good morning to the show. >> good morning. >> we're talking about falls, not just falls off of ladders
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but we will use that as an example because half of the fatalities occur when you fall off of a ladder. so that's the most serious one. people die from hitting their heads. what should people do? if you're going to get on a ladder what do you want to tell them. >> one of the first things homeowners across the country want to do is, hey, what's the integrity of the ladder i'm about to climb. so many of us around the country have ladders in garages for generations and now we're pulling it out for the first time, is it really set, are the rungs sturdy to hold my physical weight. things like that can avoid obviously a fall. >> rich, what do you do if you come on someone that's fallen off of a ladder and hit their head? what do you do? >> i immediately talk to them and see how they're doing, assess their me mental status. >> do you do a neurological exam. >> i do a basic kmurlg cal exam the moment i arrive and also try to stabilize them and have them not move until we assess whether or not they're severely injured. >> what about that board that everybody knows about, everyone
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thinks you're going to strap them to a board. >> the board is to help us carry and lift them in one unified piece as a body so we don't disturb or miss align any parts of their spine. >> do you use the board anymore? >> in new york city we use it as a carry device. >> this man just fell off a ladder stupidly, what is it you do? >> hello, sir, how are you doing? i ask my partner to hold his head and make sure he doesn't move. how are you feeling. >> i'm okay but my neck doesn't hurt. >> what's your name. >> michael. >> where are you. >> at home. >> why are this he questions important. >> i want to make sure he's aware of the time, date and place. >> if he isn't. >> the triage and assessor would become more severe. he would be moved up in status. >> what do you want to touch? >> i don't want to disturb his neck or move it around too much while i set the spine. >> you're getting ready to lift
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and carry him. >> absolutely. >> that hard collar is no damage comes to the spine. >> you're asking him how he's feeling as you're doing the movements. how are you feeling? >> i feel good. >> is anything else bothering you. >> my left leg hurts. >> can you feel me as my touch your hands. >> yes. >> are you looking for fractures. >> i'm feeling for pulse to see if he still has sensory to this part of his body and feet. can you feel anything. >> yes. >> what am i touching. >> my feet. >> how about spleen where you could be losing a lot of blood and not feel it. >> we would see if there's any rigid itd. >>resuscitation, do you stick in an iv right away. >> if it's warranted. let's do a complete head to toe assessment, doc, and see where the patient is at this time. >> show us how you lift the guy. you guys got to be strong to be able to lift anything, right? what if it's a 300 pounder? i mean, are you always equipped
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to lift. >> we have resources such as firefighters. >> on the count of three. one, two, three. moving him as a single unit, doctor, as you can see. >> one, two, three. >> this is excellent. now, what about if you thinksee. >> this is excellent. what about when you think his start -- heart is stopping beating? >> we immediately apply cpr and applying ead. >> do you have a question for these paramedics, these heroes i would say? >> he falls, he's an adult, i can tell him what to do and ask him those questions, i know all my questions around children, i have two young children, my four-year-old is not going to listen to me if i tell her to stop. do you have any pointers for kids if they fall? >> great question. what if it's a child if it falls down the stairs or off a ladder?
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a, how do you get them not to do that? and b, what do you do? >> constant supervision as best as you can without being a helicopter. and constant reassurance. >> thanks so much. we'll be right back. we're out of ink. ink. not ink. getting ink doesn't have to be painful. staples just cut ink and toner prices. add in our 110% price match guarantee and our prices are unbeatable. staples. make more happen. first - they limit where you earn bonus cash at you? then - those places change every few months? i think i'll pass... quicksilver from capital one puts nothing in your way. you simply earn unlimited 1.5% cash back
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hi, everybody. i'm steve doocy. coming up on "fox & friends." donald trump is joining us to respond to house speaker paul ryan. ryan is not ready to back him. what's up with that?
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and plus the ceo for a shoe company hoping to make sneakers for our military. and a law student has announced a delay for naming a school after justice scalia. the fastest two minutes in sports set to take place tomorrow. we're talking about the 142nd kentucky derby, but it's not just about the horses. it's about the fashions too. >> always about the fashions. that's why we sent abby huntsman live there in kentucky and she's telling us how she's prepared for that. you are a fashionista, sister. >> good morning, lady. i talked to you earlier and the lights weren't on. the kentucky kesh, the horses will be run tomorrow.
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this is the first time at the kentucky derby. there's a lot of prep that goes into the fashion, a lot of prep goes into the horses. i have to get a help with my own fashion to wear all pink today and what i'm wearing tomorrow. take a look at what we found. i'm about to go to the kentucky derby. it's about what you wear. of course, the huge hats. i have no idea what to put on so i'm going to ask fox news fashion designer gwen martin. >> i need help for the derby. >> this definitely will not work. >> oh, really? >> it's way too busy. >> what do you think of this black? it's my favorite. >> we in new york love new york. this is the celebration of the sprig -- spring, it's the south.
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i will keep things simple. >> here's my opportunity to channel kate middleton. >> the most popular hats, kate middleton has made fascinators very popular. >> what do you think? >> about a bright pink. >> it's got the flowers. everything. >> we picked the hats first and now we need to find a dress. >> friday, we have to think pink, and it's the running of the fillies, there will be 100,000 people wearing pink. >> what do you think? >> i think probably this. >> i love that. >> i'm trying to find one speaking to the southern belle in all of us. out of all your dresses, i think
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this one says here i come. that is beautiful. say, hi y' all. >> i'm ready to go. >> i have to give a shout out to the hat makers providing these beautiful hats. the bigger hat, the better. what do you think some. >> i think it looks fabulous. i love the hi, y' all. >> i want to know how you guys keep the hats on when it gets windy. >> i'm going to find that out today. i saw a bunch of ladies running around like this. the last thing you want is for your hat to fall off. >> you are wearing pink for a special reason, right, abby? >> today is oaks day and later today you will have the fillies run the race, the female horses.
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it's honor of the stargazer lily flower, also an honor for the survivors of breast cancer. you are going to see everyone wearing pink, including the men. i think i'm dressed appropriately today. >> i like a man in pink. we were seeing a horse went by in the background practicing there. tell us about the horses. i imagine they are gorgeous. >> unbelievably beautiful. i'm going to see some of them more close-up after this which i cannot wait to do but they just came out about 5 minutes ago and this is just them warming up. it's a mix between some of the filly horses running today and also some of the kentucky derby horses that will run in the race tomorrow. the fastest two minutes in sports. they are beautiful. they are huge. they are beautiful on tv and seeing them up close, it's an unbelievable experience. >> thank you so much.
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really, have a great time. you look wonderful. >> all right. you look fabulous. >> thanks, ladies. have a good day. thank you all for joining us here on ""fox & friends first" this week. "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> good morning. you made it. it is friday. it's may 6th, i'm ainsley earhardt. house speaker paul ryan not on the trump train. >> you have a presumptive nominee, donald trump. will you support him? >> i'm not ready to do that at this point. i'm not there right now. >> this morning, donald trump spons. then protesters crash hillary clinton's cinco de mayo party. >> hillary clinton is a war criminal. >> not the reception she was


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