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>> thank you so much. 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 expecting and that's not even
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the worst part as hundreds rally against hillary clinton. not her. and what do kids think of the presidential election? >> what do you think about hillary clinton? >> trump is right. if she was a man, she wouldn't get 5% of the vote. >> when they enter watters world, there's no holding back. >> we will not be holding back either here on the coach. mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪ >> ladies and gentlemen, start your engines for your horsepower. that's stan the bugler.
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he blows the horn for the preakness and belmont parks. it's the 142nd for churchill downs. >> today, you have to wear your pink in honor of the fillies because the ladies, the female horses run today. you should have worn pink. i didn't wear it either. i guess i shouldn't have said it if i'm not wearing pink. >> make sure you are wearing pink. >> if you are going to the race, wearing pink. >> that's right. >> however, don't forget that sunday is mothers day and thanks to our friends at telefloral for all the flowers as we zoom out. >> i walked in and said why the flowers. i didn't remember. >> you got two more days to get your wife something. she has earned something. paul ryan who is the leader of the republican party and he's also the co-chair of this summer's republican convention made it very clear yesterday he
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is not ready to support the presumptive nominee, donald trump. not yet. listen. >> you have said throughout this process that you will support the republican presidential nominee. now you have a presumptive nominee, donald trump. will you support him? >> well, to be perfectly candid with you, jake, i'm just not ready to do that at this point. i'm not there right now. there are lots of questions that i think conservatives want answers to, myself included, i want to be part of this unifying process. >> he says he's not going to support donald trump. he's the leader of the republican party. my question was why did he do that? why did he accept the invitation to be interviewed because he knew that was going to be a question? >> that's a good point. a lot of people have avoided that interview, they are not ready to answer it yet. i think it's 48 hours after something very monumental happened, still internalizing.
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he didn't say never. i think questions conservatives want answers. s he's channeling the way a lot of people feel. we want to see where he goes. >> you are leaving out an important part and that is mr. ryan said donald trump has got to change his tone and he's got to change his tune. he's got to come around more the way the speaker envisions the republican party. donald trump not surprisingly issued this press release. he said i'm not ready to support speaker ryan's agenda. perhaps in the future we can work together and come to an agreement what's best for the american people. they have been treated so badly for so long. put them first. former speaker of the house blasts the current speaker of the house saying paul ryan made a big mistake.
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here's newt. >> he's the speaker of the house. he has an obligation to unify the party and speak out and obviously he and donald trump are going to have disagreements. some of them they will work out. some of them they won't. that's fine. our constitution provides that speakers and presidents can fight, but i think he sends the wrong signal. >> i mean a lot of people agree with me. congress recon veens next week. some congress pmen coming out saying that this proves paul ryan is honest, courageous, putting the country first above partisan interests. then you have the flipside, the speaker shares in the unity responsibility. >> some are speculating he's giving cover to individual house members to run against trump if necessary. reince priebus, apparently there is going to be a meeting next week of the minds. this is also a process where
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conservatives are going to try to keep pulling trump to the right and maybe that's part of what paul ryan wants. >> they are going to meet all next week and try to work it out amongst themselves. like we were saying, paul ryan was with romney and romney has been very vocal about his anti trump sentiment. >> sure. and donald trump has been very vocal about mitt romney when he ran for president on this show. he said mitt romney choked. >> the bottom line is the voters voted. >> you got to wonder whether or not -- they said paul ryan is not supporting him at this point. i wonder if it's sour grapes because of what trump had said. look, he's going to endorse him. he's throwing donald trump's party this summer but they are going to go through this little dance in the coming week. what do you think is going couldn't? donald trump is going to be joining us about an hour right now right here on "fox & friends." >> it will be the first reaction to those comments. we'll see what mr. trump has to say about it.
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>> meanwhile, we've gotten a lot of comments from a lot of the viewers. here are some of them. first up, facebook comment from richard, he said forget politics for the moment. hillary clinton fails on even the most basic human measure, she is the epitome of me, myself and i eego mainian. >> linda says, what do they want? he beat 16 opponents. what do they want? they guy won. it's time to get in line. >> what do you think? email us at friends@foxnews.com. >> hillary clinton said in martha she was going to do away with the coal business a lot of people in west virginia where the next primary is, she work in the coal industry, so coal miners are up in arms about this. donald trump is talking to these
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coal miners and this is what he had to say because they decided to endorse him, the coal miner association endorsed him and they are giving him an award. take a look. >> west virginia coal association just endorsed me. that was between me and crooked hillary, and you know how long i said they were in the room, about like 20 seconds. mr. president, on behalf -- on behalf of the best coal miners -- on on behalf of best coal miners in the world, we're so pleased to endorse you today and wish you the best of luck. [ cheers and applause ] >> he does the hand motion. >> he's shoveling it. >> if you can script a perfect first day, it's a contrast of a group that has traditionally
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endorsed democrats, they endorsed trump and it show cases the hypocrisy of hillary clinton who was for the coal industry before she was against it and it's the perfect back-and-fourth. >> he expects to take on hillary clinton in the general. hillary clinton went out to a community college in los angeles. she went out to cinco de mayo. take a look at this. hundreds were protesting. there were a lot of pro bernie signs. they were angry among other things she refused to release her speech transcripts and they don't like the super predator comments she made. there was another sign that says
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hillary, do your friends make $12 or $15 an hour? >> they are accusing of her being a chameleon. she goes to l.a. and she celebrates with hispanics on cinco de mayo. they are accusing her of pandering. there was a myriad of reasons why they don't like her and there were some people there with bernie signs. some people saying they don't like her because she's pandering. >> she's got a massive authenticity gap that's a problem when she's running against someone who looks like an authentic person. >> there were a lot of protest evers for her. >> i think the message to her was you got to earn our support. it's not gob -- got to be a rubber stamp. >> you know who everybody likes? >> heather. >> thanks. i have a couple of headlines
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i want to bring you right now. we kbin -- begin in california with an insane car chase that was all caught on camera. it unif folded on the 91 freeway just behind los angeles. behind the wheel, a guy wanted for murder. it started in compton. during rush hour, officers had no idea what that driver would do next. he then stayed put in that car for two hours, so the s.w.a.t. team moved in, throwing tear gas into the car. the gas forcing the driver out. a k-9 dog then took him down. wow. made for the movies. overnight, spacex pulling off another incredible accomplishment. watch this. that flash of white, one of its
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rockets landing vertically for the second time. that landing actually took place on a drone ship in the middle of the ocean near cape canaveral, florida. it can be refueled up and reused for a future launch. 8,000 people, imagine this, airlifted, from this massive fire that's been raging in canada. that wildfire is now larger than the entire area of new york city. thousands more people will have to be airlifted this morning in addition to the tens of thousands of others who have already been forced out of their homes. nasa releasing these images from space showing just how huge that fire is. a state of emergency has been declared. more than 1,100 firefighters are now fighting the claims on the ground with more crews trying to douse it from the air. we'll keep following that story. america's oldest world war ii veteran has died at the age of 110.
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frank elevenson served our country. he died surrounded by his family in louisiana. what a hero. those are your headlines. he had a long life. >> he sure did. coming up on this friday, this video has people up in arms, a baby in a pool struggling to stay above water. look. well, some say that is a great lesson for babies. others call it cruel. what do you think? >> it makes my art race. >> and with a showdown between hillary clinton and donald trump more likely, who would make the best running mate? we'll spin the wheel of vice-presidential prospects. >> spin it, spin it.
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well, it's -- as we creep closer to november, a showdown between donald trump and hillary clinton looks more likely. who should they choose as their running mates if given the chance? let's talk to republican strategist to jack kemp, we're talking fox news contributor
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tony. let's channel our inner vanna white. let's start right there. newt gingrich. >> trump has said he wants a politician with experience, nobody has this more than newt gingrich. i call this the prime minister play. he doesn't want to deal with the domestic agenda with congress. gingrich is the perfect one. let's go one click over. elizabeth warren for hillary. >> she's the ideal with many progress sieves. chances are she would have beaten hiller if she had run. >> let's stop at scott walker. i don't think he gets enough credit. we all know john kasich, ohio. walker is the gold standard for
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conservative executive leadership as a governor. took over wisconsin, fought the public sector unions and won. he's a tough fighter. turned record deficits and tax cuts. >> julian castro. >> young, charismatic hispanic. >> you are talking on the other side, marco rubio. >> slightly different. if you look at history, vice-presidential side are much more about unity on the republican side. rubio helps trump unite the party, brings the traditional and movement conservatives skeptical about trump and shows trump is investing in the future about the republican party. >> look here, joe lieberman for
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donald trump. >> yes. we hear from dr.en carson that trump is open to a democrat. i think joe lieberman is the better play. he has credentials on foreign policy. >> john mccain wanted him. >> that's exactly right. i think lieberman helps him. gives him the gravitas he needs. >> thank you very much. you probably figure this comes from tony's house. it's in the basement. actually, it's from toys to go. minneapolis is the home of mall of america, four major sports team and a hot bed for recruitment for joining isis. >> they are everywhere.
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ah, we would hate that. they are going to replace the word with the phrases person who committed a crime or person who was incarcerated. >> that's also accurate. >> i guess. meanwhile, the twin cities, minneapolis and st. paul are home to the mall of america, four major sport teams and the largest somalia muslim population in the united states. they are ground zero for recruitment for isis. what's it like on the streets of these communities? >> that's right. i'm from minnesota. born and raised there. more than 60 people from minnesota somali's community have attempted to join the terrorist organization. what makes it such a fertile ground for this? >> terror connection leading right back to the twin cities.
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federal authorities say a man has been arrested on charges. >> it's often the lead story in the twin cities. terror recruits coming from minnesota, where thousands of somalis relocated after civil war ripped their country apart in 1991. >> we're here in the cedar rapids area of the area. some would say it's an increasingly insular population. >> of more than 200 islamic schools in the united states, at least two, likely more, are located in minnesota. american government is listed as a subject in one of these schools. >> the islamic schools here in
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minnesota, they teach sharia law. >> yes. >> do they teach american law, u.s. constitution? >> actually, i have no idea about that one. >> while many first generation somalis come to america for a better life, we had a hard time finding anyone who spoke english? i wanted to see if i could ask you a couple of questions. >> no english. >> would you be willing to chat with us? >> no english. >> you go over there and you see someone who has been there for 20 years. they don't speak a word of english. they don't interact with people in that environment. the lone wolf is easier to hide in. >> is radicalization still going on right now?
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is somali youth being recruited by isis as we speak? >> yes. >> terror recruits, most of them second-generation immigrants, feel isolated from society. one of the critical factors in isis propaganda is saying that you belong in the caliphate and your life will be better under the caliphate. you'll get free health care, the social services will be wonderful, we'll treat you as friends and family members. we'll hook you up with a husband or a wife. so they have this i will loose -- illusion that the caliphate is a wonderful thing. they don't there -- they go over there and see it's not. >> i want to see if there's anybody i could chat with. >> about what? >> just about the mosque here and -- >> unfortunately, there's nobody. if you can make an appointment. >> there are allegations and evidence of connections to folks who have attended this mosque going to fight for isis. do you know anything about that? >> like i said, this is the
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wrong time. if you guys want to make an appointment, we can. the only way -- step outside. >> after we were kicked out of the mosque, we called to make an appointment but are still waiting for a response. >> u.s. government, since 9/11, has miserably failed to come up with a strategy to gain the minds and hearts of the muslim population. until the government comes up with a meaningful ways to engage not only somalis in minnesota but our muslim community, i think we're going to have this war -- war on terror for the next generation and the one after. >> in response to the story, the council on american islamic relations sent us a statement that the minnesota muslim community has been working hard to address recruitment by the al
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shabaab network. cair that's long been a defender of this. >> why have so many somalis reroectd to minute anyone -- to minnesota? >> a welcoming environment for all the right reasons. there hasn't been the kind of asimulation that you would like. not for the lack of outreach. it's not usually the first generation. it's the second generation. they are is he deuced by propaganda sometimes. >> a fourth of those who have been arrested for aiding terrorists have come from this area in the u.s. >> pete, good job. coming up on this friday. this video has the internet up in arms. an infant thrown into a pool trying to stay afloat. watch this. [ baby crying ]
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>> okay. we know the parent is nearby. some say it's a great lessons for babies. others call it cruel. what do you think? and what do kids think of the presidential election? >> oh, boy. >> what do you think about hillary clinton? >> trump is right. if she was a man, she wouldn't get 5% of the vote. [ laughter ] >> when they enter watt ter's world, there's no holding back. that's next. i smoked a lot, and quit a lot but ended up nowhere. now i use this. the nicoderm cq patch with unique extended release technology helps prevent the urge to smoke all day. i want this time to be my last time.
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reverse, why? >> goodness. you see a man raising a gun and pulling a trigger, firing at least ten shots. that officer in tennessee was hit just once in the chest. luckily he was wearing his bulletproof vest which undoubtedly saved his life. the suspect took off. after a week long manhunt, he was shot and killed in a shoot out with police. another bizarre twist to tell you about in that food poisoning case that has shoppers on edge in ann arbor, michigan, the man charged with spraying poison on salad bars at two whole foods stores. he did it because someone was trying to get him. he's now on the fbi's most
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wanted list. he's facing up to 70 years in prison. a terrifying scene unfolding in new zealand. watch this. a group of surfers experiencing the ultimate wipe out as beachgoers stand by helpless. >> we need to help them boys! >> the waves tossing that boat over and sending them into the water and what's most terrifying for them is they were feet from a jetty. incredibly, no one was hurt. this video you are about to see has a lot of people up in arms this morning, making some cringe while others are praising the parent. watch carefully. all right. a whole lot of people commenting on that clip of a parent tessing out a baby's swimming pool survival skills.
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some say they let it go on too long. others say it needed to learn. she did this for 1. 1/2 before helping her out. >> we've been debating this morning. what do you think of that? >> i remember when our kids were small and we were living outside washington, d.c. and we had a swimming pool and we hired a lifeguard to come in because the kids were really little, including sally was that size and the first thing she did was all the kids was throw them in the pool and said, at about three feet, find the side, find the side. and they all swam over to the side. >> how old were they at the time? >> sally was less than a year. >> wow. >> about nine months. >> it's heart stopping, but if it's saves their life. >> that's true. the alternative is far worse. >> if they fall in and nobody is
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around, what do they do? they got to find the side. >> send us your emails. you know jesse watters, he has made a name for himself by going out on the streets and talk to people. people who think they know what's going on and oftentimes i'm talking about the adults. what about the small fry? here watters world talking to pint-sized patriots. who do you think should be president? >> bernie sanders. >> hillary clinton. >> taylor swift. >> what are you, a socialist? >> donald trump. >> donald trump. >> trump. >> you're cute. >> who do you think donald trump be president? >> so there's no obamacare. >> trump is going to make america what again? >> great. >> very good. what has donald trump been saying?
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>> i would build a wall. >> why don't you like trump? >> he talks too much. >> he's mean. >> he's high maintenance. >> why do you like hillary? >> if she wins, she will be the first girl president. >> what do you like little hear? >> she has good ideas. >> what ideas? >> kids rights. >> you want to get out of your chores. what do you think of hillary clinton? >> trump is right, if she was a man, she wouldn't get 5% of the vote. [ laughter ] >> what's bernie going to do to help the world out? >> free stuff. >> free stuff is good, right? >> yeah, free stuff is good. >> what about bernie do you think is good for america? >> he's kind of like laid back. >> are you sure you are not thinking of larry david from "saturday night live." ? >> he would be good too. >> you got to figure those young people have heard what their parents have said. >> smart kids.
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here joining us is the president. you are the last shoe company making shoes here in the u.s.? >> we are. we've been making shoes here a long time and we're trying to do that and serve the military. >> we heard your story back in april when you were on "fox & friends," went home. what's the new bill? what's the latest information? >> we've been trying to get this work done for over seven years. just recently the defense authorization has written in language that would force the department of defense to follow the law that's been place since 1941. >> which says? >> when american products are made and competitive, they should be supplied to american soldiers. >> why are tennis shoes exempt from that? >> we've said the product i'm wearing today is 100% very compliant, made in the u.s.,
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sourced by over 30 different manufacturers that get us the material and we think american workers should make shoes for american soldiers. >> currently, they get a voucher and they can good to the px and buy any type of tennis shoes? >> it's not tested. it's the open market. they take in a coupon and our understanding is sneakers is the only item where they are allowed that latitude. >> so your argument is. >> american soldiers should be wearing shoes made by american workers. >> why is the pentagon dragging its feet on all this? >> it's hard to answer. there's a million dollars of contribution that gets recognized in the px system. potentially that's why. i don't know why. this is the right thing to do and it has been and we're committed to doing it. >> have you talked to your congressmen? >> they have been very helpful. we've tried every method but now the armed services committee has actually written it into the bill. >> what was the response after you were on "fox & friends" back in april? >> we've really had no response from the white house or dod
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since april 14th. >> what about your neighborhood and your friends and people who work for for you? >> i think when the american people hear this story, they say why isn't this happening? we've been willing to sell them at cost. we've got two competitors willing to compete with us. >> is it just more expensive to make shoes here in the u.s.? is that why we're buying from other countries? >> it is more expensive to make them here but we've been willing to sell them at the same price that they have been sourced overseas. >> that's what some of these presidential candidates keep saying. continue to keep us posted. we'll tell you this story over and over. coming up, paul ryan says he's not ready to support donald trump in the general election. what does donald think? he hasn't responded but he will, right here on "fox & friends" at the top of the hour. too busy to work out. use your own kids to get fit. we'll show you how coming up.
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us how to work out with the kids. >> and wearing a shirt right now, the founder, is over there with his two kids. also, james and steve weatherford from the nfl showing us how to do the homeworkout. let's start with you, brent. you posted this idea on the internet. the reaction was unbelievable. >> yeah, it was a huge surprise. big shock. we -- you know, edited the video in a couple of minute, threw it up online. we had been doing the family workouts at home for a while. we did not expect it to get the response it did. >> first up let's do some lunges. >> okay. you do backward lunges like this. you want to do some lunges? so we found that the kids really love to be active. so we don't have to try too hard to get them to exercise. usually they want to join in when we work out at home. >> so the whole idea is because
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you have a new kid at home, you don't have time to go to the gym so use the kid as a workout piece of equipment? >> that's right. we love to be together. so we value time spent together. so things like going to the gym often takes us away from the family. >> it is an impossible balance. you want to find -- you want to go to the gym but you can't. you have to find a way to do it at home. >> really good to be able to -- because kids aren't going to -- they'll do what you do. if you make them part of your fitness routine, then they grow up, it really prevents a lot of issues with childhood obesity. >> okay. sit on your bottoms. let's put your feet on the flyups. will you count for me? >> now i know what it feels like it's pregnant. >> he's overseeing the exercise, you're being graded. >> can you do it? >> i mean, that's an extra 20 pounds on an exercise like that? >> 32. >> 32.
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>> okay. >> a big girl. >> that's not nothing. >> real quick, can we get a superman? >> you can't wear the babies. we have one more exercise called the throw down. >> don't throw down the kids. >> that makes me nervous watching it at home. i got in trouble for doing the throw down one time. >> can you lay down? >> put your feet down. come on. she's like want doughnuts. >> there's the reality of family fitness. sometimes it goes great and sometimes not so much. [ laughter ] >> parker is being a good sport. >> we're posting that video. for what families deal with. >> all right. ainsley, back over to you. such a cute segment. thanks. paul ryan says he's not ready to support donald trump so what does trump think about that? he hasn't responded yet, but he's going to right here on "fox
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there is only one place where real and amazing live. seaworld. real. amazing it is friday. good morning to you and your family. it's may 6th. i'm ainsley earhardt. house speaker paul ryan is not ready to support donald trump just yet. >> i'm just not ready to do that at this point. i'm not there right now. >> donald trump is here live to respond to that next. >> he is. meanwhile, hispanics saying never to a hillary clinton presidency. as protesters crash her cinco de mayo party. it wasn't supposed to be like this. >> hillary clinton is a war criminal. >> but donald trump took a different tactic on cinco de mayo.
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that is a delicious taco bowl. we'll talk to him about that coming up in seconds. >> sure is. well, say good-bye to the father/daughter dance. it is being banned for not being inclusive enough. >> what? >> what does that even mean? this show means something though. mornings are better with "friends." ♪ this is a live look at churchill downs this morning. >> louisville, kentucky. >> you say it better than me. >> louisville. >> you have to roll it together. we have the bugler out on the plaza. >> i love his story, he has been the bugler at the preakness and the belmont. he got his job after the bugler
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at the belmont hit the pick six. he hit the lottery, he said this take this horn and shove it. he left. he has been playing that tunes for years. >> have you been to the derby? >> i never have. you? >> i have covered it for fox. if you ever get a chance, it's something to put on your buck it list. definitely do it. people have asked me, should you wear a hat? most people there wear a hats. i recommend it. you don't get a chance to wear a beautiful hat. and this is a chance to fit right in. talk about a pretty crowd. >> i won't have a hat, but i'll have a mint julep. >> have you been? >> no. >> great to have pete with us today. >> thanks for having me. >> and the man of the hour, donald trump, joins us from somewhere in his empire. >> good morning. >> what do you make of the speaker of the house, the leader of the republican party, saying he is not ready to support you yet? we have a sound bite. then we want your reaction. listen to this.
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>> you have said throughout this process that you will support the republican presidential nominee. now you have a presumptive nominee, donald trump. will you support him? >> well, to be perfectly candid with you, jake, i'm not ready to do that at this point. i'm not there right now. i think a lot of answers that conservatives want answers to. >> he wants you to change your tune and change your tone. >> what's up with that? >> well, i have brought in millions of people to the party. we set a record -- all time record for votes gotten by somebody running. as you know, we're up 70% more -- more than 70% from four years ago in terms of voting. there's a certain reason for that, i hate to say it's me, but let's just assume it is me. i was really surprised by it. and it's fine.
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he can do whatever he wants to do. it's fine. but i was surprised by it. by the way, many other people were surprised by it and not happy about it. i will tell you i have many endorsements from yesterday. they're coming in left and right. he's only one of the ones who was surprising. obviously bush can't be there, the campaign was too tough and he couldn't take it. and he couldn't be there. so, you know, i understand. >> so that's why the bushes -- i was talking to somebody last night, well, it makes perfect sense. with paul ryan it could be sour grapes. how many times have you taken a shot at mitt romney on how he ran his campaign last time and who was his number two, paul ryan. >> well, they lost a race that should have been won. i was open about it, that was a race that should have been run. that was an easier race this year, but i'll win. you have seen the polls going up rapidly. but i was very, very surprised. he talks about unity, but what is this about unity? with millions of people coming into the party obviously i'm saying the right thing.
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the party was staid, it was having a lot of problems, whether it was the right thing or the wrong thing, they weren't doing now and now the republican party is the talk of the world because there's no place and no party that's, you know, increasing in scope like we have. it's a big story. millions and millions of people have come into the party. and i have this. it's hard to believe. i doesn't bother me at all. >> i was going to ask you, the reason you're doing so well is because you're anti-establishment and the voters are getting behind you. >> many people think it's a good thing, but i don't. i think it's something that the party should get solved quickly and i know we're meeting next week. >> you and paul ryan? >> we're meeting next week. >> what are you going to talk to him about? >> i have absolutely no idea. >> do you know what day you're going to meet with him? >> i believe it's wednesday. it's a long time. to be honest. that's a long time. there are a lot of days before that. but look, my attitude is a lot of people say it's a great thing.
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i don't necessarily agree, but i can understand that point of view. again, millions of people have come into the party and there's a reason for it. that wouldn't have happened if i didn't run, believe me. >> absolutely, mr. trump, we are 48 hours from a political revolution really. the republican party, conservatives didn't expect this. it happens. you are -- you will be the republican nominee. what is your message to conservatives or paul ryan who are still 48 hours from now wondering, hey, is he our guy, is he a conservative? what would you say to them as you outreach to them and try to unite everybody? >> well, i would say, pete, make america great again that's been my message from the very beginning. we have trouble. our military is being depleted, our trade deals are horrible. we're losing on every single deal we make. we don't take care of our veterans. we have problems on top of problems. my message has gotten across, whether it's on health care, repeal or replace obamacare. we have to do something with
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common core, we want to bring education locally, get rid of common core. we have a lot of things, a lot of things that are very important. but we have to rebuild our military. we have to make our military stronger. that's one of the cheapest things we can do believe me. >> absolutely. it was this week that you suddenly on tuesday night ted cruz decided to drop out. is your campaign pretty much going to continue to operate the way it has with corey and paul manafort. since corey has been there since the get go, have you given him a raise yet? >> that's something i have to think about. i never gave that too much thought. i'm going to have to think about that -- >> get 10%. >> we have a campaign that's unified. we have two people that do like each other despite reports in the press. now they're starting to understand it. but we have people who get along. you know, we won indiana in a landslide. we won new york and pennsylvania and maryland and connecticut. delaware. rhode island. all these landslides and that's why people really decided they better get out.
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that's the thing. i mean, when you're looking for unity, unity is winning too. we have to win. >> and going forward you get to focus on unity and unifying the gop. now, hillary is still fighting bernie and yesterday, when you were in west virginia getting the award from the coal miners association, she's out in california and she is having a cinco de mayo party. there were a lot of protesters out there. >> some sort of a party, i don't know. >> did not want her there. hundreds of people showed up, holding up signs. one sign said, we only matter when it's cinco de mayo. another one said hillary, do your friends make $12 or $15 an hour? what's your response to that? >> well, you know, hillary is not a unifier. talk about a unifier, i was not surprised to see all the protesters and last night, i was in west virginia. i got the award from the coal miners -- west virginia coal miners association and the endorsement most importantly. it was amazing. we had probably 20,000, maybe 25,000 people there last night in west virginia. >> usually only endorse only democrats.
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>> well, i heard that. i have heard that. this was one of the first times they ever endorsed a republican and it was unanimous. it was a love fest. i hear hillary has nothing but problems. she wants all the miners to be fired. and she wants wages for people to go down. if you look at what she's going to do, she's going to be so bad on jobs that wages are going to go down for workers. hillary is going to be a disaster for the party. but i hope she wins, but if s she -- i must say this. if she does win, she shouldn't, because the e-mail scandal should take her down. but i don't think it's going to because i think she's being protected by the democrats. >> well, it does sound like they're starting to talk to them. while she was out in los angeles getting a bad reception from a number of protesters, on cinco de mayo you tweeted out an image of you there at trump towers with a taco bowl talking about how you were having that and they make really good one at the trump grill there in your building. >> they do. >> after you posted that, robert
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zimmerman who is hillary surrogate and a dnc committee member. >> he's a flunky, go ahead. >> that's your depiction. he's a democratic strategist who said this about your taco bowl. >> politically incorrect -- >> claiming he loves jews. he has united democrats and republicans behind hillary clinton. her numbers are excelling not just hispanics, but amongst people of color and the mainstream. >> he said it was like the iranian ayatollah having matzo ball soup and claiming he loves jews. >> that was terrible thing to say. i had 59,000 retweets. 59,000 retweets. that's like almost a record. people loved it. you know what? i'm going to do great with hispanics. i'm going to do fantastically because i'm bringing jobs back to america. hillary doesn't know what to do. her husband signed the worst
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economic development bill ever ever in the country's history. that was nafta. which has sucked the jobs out of america. so we'll bring jobs back to america. you know -- and there's nobody who can compete with me on that. hillary can't compete. she doesn't know what she's doing. >> any word on who you're looking at to be your vice president? who's on the short list? >> i'm looking at a few people. i will be looking at more. i do get a kick out of it. i won't mention names because i don't want to embarrass anybody. >> tell us who's not on the list. >> no, people are saying i have decided to turn it down. they were never on the list. in all fairness, i won't embarrass them. but senators and governors. they're saying i have decided not to accept -- i never even talked to them. they're not on the list, they wouldn't be chosen. but i have had more people talking about the fact that they have decided to turn it down d and, you know, it's -- well, it's politics, i guess. >> i know you're considering different people. would you rule out or rule in a democrat -- the right kind of
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democrat. >> i would rule them out. or her out. >> ben carson said -- >> i want to a great ticket. the democrats have been in there a long time, the economy is terrible. the real unemployment rate is probably 20%. jobs are leaving. look at carrier, look at so many companies they're leaving. no, i'm going to pick a great republican. we'll have a tremendous victory. we're going to win. >> there's some unbound delegates in louisiana and they're saying they have to support marco rubio because they're delegates for him. they're saying they will give you their votes if you just look at him as a vp. is that a possibility? >> well, look, i like marco and i'll look at marco for a lot of things. you know, marco has been saying really nice things. as did rick perry. he called me one of the most talented people he's seen me run for office. that's a long way back and i appreciate it from rick because i like rick. i always liked rick. but that's what i mean. he gave me an endorsement yesterday. john mccain gave us an endorsement. we had so many endorsements yesterday. that's why i was so surprised that ryan --
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i don't need the delegates anymore. we have a lot of delegates right now as you know. and i certainly am looking at him for other reasons and we'll see what happens with marco. but i -- you know, i always liked marco. then we had that little -- about a one month spat which worked out fine. >> for you. >> see what happens. >> real quickly before you go. of course you're talking about the opponents who are now supporting you. have you talked to ted cruz yet since tuesday? >> i have not. at some point i will. i have not. look, it was a rough campaign, let's face it. it was rough. so i have not. >> all right. donald trump joining us today. thank you very much. >> okay, thank you very much. >> all right. have a good friday. all right, coming up on this friday, disturbing new details on the search for cold blooded killer who apparently murdered a woman inside a church. we're learning about a creepy message sent to her just before her death. the breaking details coming up straight ahead. if you run everyday, or if you're young or old. no matter who you are a heart attack can happen without warning. if you've had a heart attack, a bayer aspirin regimen can help prevent another one.
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a fox news alert. new chilling clues as the search intensifies for a cold blooded killer wanted for killing a mother of three inside the church. >> yeah, it's worst story. police say the victim received a creepy and strange message a few days before her death. >> fox 4's shannon fury is live
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in midlothian, texas. >> reporter: we now know newly released documents show that police are looking at cell phone records and looking at missy bevers social media history. here's a look at the surveillance video, it shows the believed killer wearing police swat gear walking inside the church just before the murder. as police are following leads to find out who that person is, we know detectives took a close look at missy's linked in account. they say just three days before her murder, she showed a friend a message from a man she did not know and they both found it creepy and strange. police also found a deleted exchange with a man that started back in january. the warrant described their messages as quote, flirtatious and familiar and intimate in nature. the new search warrant refers to the ongoing financial and marital struggle between missy and her husband brandon. we spoke to him a couple of days ago as he left the police
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department. >> if it wasn't for me leaning on god as heavily as i am right now, i would be melted just into this asphalt. >> reporter: police are also looking at cell tower records from the night of the murder. they specifically list 11 target phone numbers for people they have already questioned. we did ask brandon for his response to these new allegations about their marital problems. he did not want to comment only to say he loved his wife and his primary concern right now is his children. he says all of this is very concerning. police tell us right now they do not have any suspects, but they do have several persons of interest who are not listed in those documents. that's the latest here live in midlothian. i'm shannon murray. back to you guys. >> terrible story. all right. meanwhile, straight ahead, yesterday we told you the mayor of new york city where we're
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sitting right now wants to put chick-fil-a out of business. here in new york, this morning, his own business making headlines for all the wrong reasons. we will explain coming up. >> by the way, i had to go into chick-fil-a twice yesterday. what do you do if your spouse falls from a ladder? if your husband is lying on the floor after he fell off a ladder, what do you do next? it can mean the difference between life and death. we have the life saving advice in "five minutes to live." ♪music continues [daughter] papa! [father] i missed you! [daughter]did you bring new ones? [announcer]you work hard for more than just you... [daughter]you went to montana?! [father] i did. [announcer] working together,we'll help you save for her future geology degree. wells fargo. together we'll go far.
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area. the driver weave his way through the traffic jam and cops threw out a spike strip. they had no idea what that driver would do next. he stayed put for two hours. the s.w.a.t. team then moved in. that's what you're seeing right here. throwing tear gas into the guy's car. that gas finally forcing him out. a k-9 dog took him down. look at this, that's all the traffic backed up as far as the eye can see. only in california, right? well, very different kind of story to bring you right now. we are now getting brand-new details into the death of an american hero. we have now just learned that members of isis killed him in an attack that was a complete surprise. >> and the forces there had been 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.
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>> that navy s.e.a.l. charles keating was killed trying to save other americans in a christian village in northern iraq. his remains will arrive at dover air force base later this morning. funeral services are set for may the 12th. overnight spacex pulling off another incredible accomplishment. watch this. >> and it looks like we have -- >> well, that flash of white was one of the rockets landing vertically for the second time. that landing taking place on a drone ship in the middle of the ocean near cape canaveral, florida. the rocket can be cleaned up and refueled for a future launch. how on earth they do that, i have no idea. but let's head over to ainsley. >> unbelievable. so precise. amazing. thank you so much, heather. well, falls are the leading cause believe it or not of accidental deaths nationwide. nearly half of the fatal falls in the past -- in the past decade has been from ladders. so if you see someone fall,
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would you know exactly what to do? here to continue our "five minutes to live" series, medical a-team friend dr. marc siegel. he is standing by with paramedics to teach us what to do in these situations. >> thank you. we have been talking about five minutes to live all week. nobody but nobody knows more than what that lives than the paramedics. we have paramedics from the new york city fire department. that five minutes is long used up by the time you get to the hospital. i want to introduce two heroes of new york, rich alicia, paramedic, and william gillmay here. how do you prevent problems with the ladder before they happen? >> you know, doctor, when you think about it, a lot of people shouldn't be on ladders from pediatric ages all the way up to the seniors. think about it. should you on the ladder to do that home repair? and the ladder you're going to use, the integrity of it. when was the last time somebody stood and put their weight on the ladder?
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a lot of the ladders over the years can deteriorate in dry storage. >> absolutely. >> that can be a had their can prove -- a ladder that can prove to be fatal. >> you have a buddy. >> proper footing is a must whenever being elevated off the earth. >> what if you fall off a ladder, and ainsley talked about head injuries. what do you do if you fall off a ladder, paramedics come. what's the first thing as a paramedic that you do as you come on the scene, see somebody who fell off the ladder and hit their head? >> i stabilize their patient, and check their mental status and assess their airway. >> do a neurological exam? >> a quick neurological exam, to see if they can respond to me. >> do you strap them to the board? >> no, not in new york city. >> why not? >> because over long periods of time you can have an injury from being on a hard surface. >> but you immobilize their neck. >> we immobilize the neck. >> show me over here. >> so you fell off the ladder, hit your head and neck. you assessed him.
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now you're stabilizing him. >> not supposed to move them, right? wait for you to show up? >> yeah. we reassure them and speak. >> what's the danger of height? what's the danger of height? >> the further you fall from higher, there's a greater chance of you sustaining injuries to the head, neck -- >> what about broken bones? >> during the primary survey, yes, after i have assessed the mental status and airways. >> how about breathing? >> i would see that right off the bat. >> so if a loved one fell, we leave them there and call 911. >> call 911, but stay with them and reassure them and -- >> don't touch them and don't move them. >> you can touch, but don't move them. >> how about the spleen, how do you know if there's something not hidden? >> during the abdominal assessment i would say if there's pain or rigidity.
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>> how about if it's a 300 pound man? can you lift any weight? >> yes, we do. >> what about when they get to the hospitals. >> we do more of a detailed physical assessment. we apply more interventions like ice packs, control more bleeding. >> what if there's a cardiac arrest or the person stops breathing? >> we do cpr and we ventilate the patient as well as applying the defibrillator and shocking any kind of rhythm we see. >> what do people do when they're falling? putting light bulbs in or changing the batteries in their smoke alarms? >> or cleaning the gutters. checking out a rattling sound in the central heating. >> let's see if he can get him -- if they're having an altered mental status? >> i make sure the -- if they're not responsive, you know, they're confused or not speaking to me i begin to ventilate them with a bbm. >> excellent work, guys. watch out for kids. they fall too.
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they should not be on ladders and watch out for a change in behavior with your children if you have a problem after a ladder. don't go on a ladder if you haven't been on one before, please. >> excellent life saving advice. thank you so much, dr. siegel. thank you for being here and for the service you do here in new york. coming up, say good-bye to the father/daughter dance. it is being banned for not being inclusive enough. what does that even mean? and this video has people up in arms. a baby falling into the pool, look at this, guys. the parents let it all happen on purpose. some say it's a great lesson. others are calling it cruel. what do you think? your comments of course are pouring in on this one today. recommended dulcolax use dulcolax tablets for gentle overnight relief suppositories for relief in minutes and stool softeners for comfortable relief of hard stools. dulcolax, designed for dependable relief
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very nicely done. >> polish your sterling silver cuffs, it's that time of the year for a mint julep and some horse racing. >> okay, let's wait till noon. it's the fastest two minutes in sports. time to place your bets. the 142nd annual kentucky derby is tomorrow. that's why pete is putting on the helmet. >> i brought my derby flare. >> very popular now. the fascinator. because kate middleton made them popular. >> it's fascinating. >> so fun to wear. abby huntsman is out there. she is at churchill downs and looking forward to the derby tomorrow. look at you in your pretty in pink for the silly race today. >> yeah. you know, ainsley i always wanted to channel kate middleton. this is my opportunity. it's okay at churchill downs, basically the pink day. the female horses will run later today, but it's gorgeous
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morning. the horses are running behind me. my first time at the kentucky derby. and to see these horses up close, they are absolutely stunning. so with me now i'm really lucky i have one of the secret weapons behind what makes the horses incredible. dallas stewart is a trainer for one of the horses, you have one in the race tomorrow, tom's ready. he's a smaller horse, but a beautiful one. >> yeah, he's maybe a little bit smaller, but well proportioned. he's very gifted. he ran second in the louisiana derby. he's trained well here. so we'll be ready for the challenge on saturday. >> well, you are known for having long shot horses that end up taking second place a number of time news. >> correct. >> what's your secret? what goes into training the horses? >> well, you know, they have to be a little bit accomplished during the winter, but you have to get better. we feel like this horse has gotten better. you have to push on, train hard, stay healthy. be ready for the challenge. >> how did you become a trainer? >> just as a kid, you know, 14, 15 years old, i fell in love with horses, started working on the track. this is what i always wanted to do.
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i have been blessed to be around the beautiful horses and do this job. >> so you're living a dream? >> living my dream. >> how much control do you have over your horse? of course the jockey and the openers, how much control do you have? >> i mean, everything is basically on the trainer. we train for the benson's. they gave up the money to buy the beautiful horse, they have two in the race. so they're very blessed. but we have to really pay attention, take care of their health. you know, the trainer pretty much calls all the shots. i guess it's on us. >> so your horse is in the race tomorrow. tom's ready. what's going to happen? >> well, hopefully we've gotten better. >> because the odds aren't so great so far. but you have good luck. >> it doesn't matter. the fastest horse usually wins. >> the weather could not be more beautiful for this. >> absolutely. >> there's another horse in it. suddenbreakingnews. 50 to 1. i think they might exceed expectations so i might bet on that. and tom's ready for you. >> he's a pretty good horse.
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i think you have a good exact that there. >> dallas stewart, thank you for being with us. guys, back to you. >> i love it. >> abby, thanks very much. >> we're prepared. >> peer pressure. i'm wearing my jockeys. >> you folded. >> we made him do it. >> thank you, mr. ed. i look like one of the mario brothers. >> perfect. you look great. >> missing an ingredient to our outfit. doesn't work without it. all right, 23 minutes before the top of the hour, and heather joins us. >> ainsley, i love seeing you at the derby. you looked great in your big hat. >> have you been before? >> i have not, no. >> we'll go together. >> great idea. i love that. good morning to you all. we start here in new york city. another bill de blasio debacle. yesterday, the new york city mayor was trying to boycott chick-fil-a here and now there's a new scandal that's confronting the liberal mayor. a new report citing business developers in the city claiming de blasio illegally asked them for money for his 2014 campaign.
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he's accused of receiving donations in exchange for approving their building projects. now, perhaps the worst part of this all, de blasio has just hired two lawyers to combat the probes using your tax dollars. to be continued. the president of virginia tech university now reinviting "wall street journal" columnist jason riley to give a lecture on campus after claiming that riley had lied about being invited in the first place. well, riley says the school disinvited him over fears that students would riot because he's black and a conservative. >> liberals still think that's a certain way -- there's a certain way that black people should think of issues in this country. nowhere is that notion more vigorously enforced than on our college campus today. >> there you go. out of 40, only ten of them identified as conservative. and this is a last dance at a south carolina elementary
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school. ainsley, you'll want to hear this one. a handful of parents complaining that brockman elementary school father/daughter dance wasn't inclusive enough and leaves out girls who do not have fathers. others disagree, saying that the girls can bring their moms. everyone who bought tickets they're being refunded. what do you think about this? and this video has a lot of people up in arms this morning making some cringe. while others are praising the parents. watch this carefully. a whole lot of comments coming in about that clip of the parents testing out a baby's swimming pool survival skills. some saying that the mom let the lesson go on too long. we counted just about a minute and a half that this took place. others say kids simply need to learn survival tactics at a young age. those your headlines. a lot of people are writing in
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about this one. >> we have been talking about it all morning long. thank you for writing in. marilyn said, parents are taking time to teach babies survival skills. great job. >> lisa said, would not try this and take chance on baby drowning. >> and patty e-mailed, she say, under professional supervision, babies are capable. little one was calm and seemed comfortable. not screaming. it was amazing to watch. >> we were saying our children would be screaming, get water in the mouths and i would be terrified. you said this is how a lot of people train kids. >> when we had a swimming pool in virginia, outside washington, d.c., my wife hired a professional lifeguard to come and teach the kids how to swim. they didn't know how to swim. because we watched all the kids at one time or another sink to the bottom. my wife said we have to get a professional. she would throw all the kids in, the lifeguard, and she was actually in the pool with them during the thing. she'd go, where's the side, go
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to the side. go to the side. >> i think if you hire a professional that's the way to go. they know what to do, versus me throwing my child in the pool. if they're there and watching, i would feel safe. >> michael tammero was talking about it, and he said when -- he was a little kid, went through the same thing. back then, the instruction was, find the bottom and then bounce off. >> yeah. >> go to the bottom, bounce off. >> keep your comments coming in, to the side, to the bottom, though your kids in like steve. >> great swimmers. dolly was the captain of the swim team. >> it worked. coming up, one college ready to turn down a $20 million donation because they have to rename the law school after conservative justice antonin scalia. would they have turned down the money from a liberal donor? an outraged student reacts next. and plus donald trump is getting hammered by the left for celebrating cinco de mayo with a taco bowl, but is it really
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offensive? geraldo rivera is both trump's friend and hispanic. we will ask him what he thinks about it, next hour. but first, let's look at the weather. how it's shaping up for the weekend, for your friday. this is a weather map of the entire country. find your city. >> warm in the middle. >> yeah. i like it. goodbye icky sunscreen. hello new coppertone sport. it's reformulated to feel lighter on your skin, but still protects and stays on strong. new coppertone sport. hello sunshine. introduces new, easy-to-swallow tablets.
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event of a general election showdown. $100,000, that's how much of your tax dollars the u.s. immigration office just spent to renovate the director's office suite and bathroom. 2600 bucks that's how much the swiss government is willing to pay each of the citizens every month tax free. the radical proposal is known as an unconditional basic income. it's something that no other country has done before. swiss voters will weigh in on this june 5th. over to you, pete. >> i miss your derby hat already. faculty at george mason university up in arms over the renaming of its law school after late supreme court justice antonin scalia. the faculty senate reopening the naming protest, protesting a $30 million donation from the charles koch foundation and another anonymous donor. our next guest penning a scathing op-ed writing in part, and i quote, i hope george mason's faculty members are experiencing only a temporary lapse in judgment. if not and such sentiments prove
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to be firm convictions their qualifications to engage in university governance affecting the law school and perhaps even their credibility as academics should be seriously questioned. strong words. joining me now, law student and army first lieutenant in the irr, thomas wheatley. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> and inform the viewers one more time, what is going on at george mason with the law school. a donation was given, they'd rename it after antonin scalia a famous jurist and a great jurist. what's going on there? >> well, first i would like to say that the motto of our school is learn, challenge, lead. and frankly no one personifies that better than the late justice antonin scalia. we're talking about a gentleman here who made massive contributions to american law and who left a legacy that's respected both widely across his own -- excuse me, across the judiciary as well as by the colleagues on the bench.
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what's happening here at george mason when you boil it down, a group of left wing professors are hoping to make a political statement rather than paying the late justice the respect he desker --s. >> i'm told that only three were part of the law school. what are they saying should be done instead? >> well, the governing body is compromised mainly of faculty members but the main point, they want to turn down a donation that actually totaled around $30 million and it's the largest donation the school has ever received. it will open up countless doors for students. they hope to create a new center. it's really just a huge opportunity for the school. that's the faculty for the sake of making a political statement wants to turn it down. >> so the money some of which is coming from the charles koch
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foundation so it's the evil koch money and antonin scalia is a conservative. what if he was a left leaning jurist, do you think there would be this protest? >> i have no doubt it wouldn't be happening. if you look at the resolutions they have passed in the last week, you will find as lloyd cohen said in "the washington post" these sort of resolutions, these allegations are completely baseless. they have no substance whatsoever. they are purely an attempt to attack a conservative justice. if george soros had sent in this money there would be no controversy at all. >> we asked for a statement from the president. agreement with his views is not the reason why we are renaming the law school for justice scalia. we are not endorsing his opinions. we are recognizing a man who served the country at the highest level of government for 30 years. ultimately, does the name stay? ten seconds. >> absolutely. the law school is committed to
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moving forward and we'll open up doors for the students. >> first lieutenant wheatley, thank you. thank you. coming up, lots of moms struggle with this, going back to work. but it can be much easier than you think. our own cheryl casone wrote a book on it and got amazing advice from moms, some who work right here at the fox news channel. she has a brand-new book. but first on this day in 1989, madonna was topping the charts with her hit "like a prayer." ♪ i smoked a lot, and quit a lot but ended up nowhere. now i use this. the nicoderm cq patch with unique extended release technology helps prevent the urge to smoke all day. i want this time to be my last time. that's why i choose nicoderm cq.
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being a stay at home mom is definitely a job of its own.
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the hardest job i think out there. >> definitely is. my mom was one. it is difficult. for mothers looking to get back into the workforce after taking months offer even years away from the -- or even years way from the office it can be daunting. >> cheryl casone is the author of the brand-new book "the come back, how moms re-enter the workplace successfully." and you spoke with moms who rebooted their careers after having children. they say i want to get back into the workforce, but when. >> how do it do it? so i wanted to show you and talk with a couple of moms that made this happen. and they're successful. banking giant credit suisse has a successful program and we went to meet them. credit suisse was one of the first companies in the nation to recruit stay at home moms. this woman remembers her
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feelings coming back to the corporate world after staying home for three years. >> i wanted to be in the charged, collaborative environment. that paret was easy, but what i i don't remember? >> it meant leaving her three kids but she was ready. >> i felt like i had a hot to give to my children. it would be helpful if i was also working in different ways with my brain. >> the 12 week program offers on the job training and gives guidance in how to reincorporate yourself into the workforce. a class member quickly made friends. >> each of the women brought something into the office that, you know, that was just different. it wasn't necessarily better or worse. it was just different than maybe if they had a -- they had stayed working the entire time. >> lisa monicas says moms who want to come back should be confident in their skills. >> many women feel when their kids have moved on and they're ready to now reinvigorate their
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career they wonder whether or not they have what it takes to get back into the workforce. what i would say is, you know, don't sell yourself short. think about the skills that you have continued to build over the years. even while at home. >> and you know a lot of the moms i interviewed said that insecurity was the most difficult challenge for them. what do i have to offer? well, guess what, mom, you have a lot to offer to corporate america. finally companies are starting to understand that moms bring value. >> in particular, diversity. >> diversity. credit suisse said the bottom line proved because you brought in different voices with different -- >> life experiences. >> if you're struggling with this, you have to read her book. because she'll tell you great tips on how to make it easier. >> it's a guide. >> it's a combination of interviews with the real moms. i didn't do celebrities. i went for real moms and their
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stories and then my career advice is added into this. i have to say, thank you to all of the "fox & friends" viewers for being so supportive of the job segments i have been doing this. you have made this happen. >> it's called "the come back." thank you. geraldo is up next talking about trump and paul ryan. ♪ ♪ ♪ (vo) making the most out of every mile. that's why i got a subaru impreza. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru.
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good morning to you and to your family. you made it. it is friday. it's may 6th. i'm ainsley earhardt. house speaker paul ryan not ready to support donald trump. >> i'm just not ready to do that at this point. i'm not there right now. >> okay, well donald trump responds right here on "fox & friends.." meanwhile, hispanics saying never to a hillary clinton presidency as protesters crash her cinco de mayo party. >> hillary clinton is a war criminal. >> she's a war criminal? is that what he was saying
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there? well, donald trump took a different tactic with a taco bowl. geraldo rivera who just had a bagel is going to weigh in on that next. and twin cities is home to mall of america. four major sports teams all of which i love and the largest somali population in the united states. the area considered by some as the ground zero for isis recruitment inside america. are there radical imams like that here in minnesota? >> they're everywhere. they're everywhere. >> radical imams sympathetic to isis in minnesota? >> right. >> what's it like on the streets of the small communities? went to find out and we'll share that video with you. final hour, final day of the week, mornings are better with "friends." you can believe it. ♪ >> it is that time of year ago,
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guys. the derby is tomorrow. that's a live look at churchill downs in louisville, kentucky. that's how you say it. louisville. >> louisville. >> roll it all together. >> okay, this is a split show between louisville and downtown midtown manhattan. that is sam the bugler grossman. he has been the bugler for the preakness and the belmont stakes for a number of years. in addition to that playing old kentucky home and, you know, ladies and gentlemen, start your horses. his most requested songs he gets are "danny boy", the call to the post. and the theme to "the godfather." >> really? of course. >> that request, heather, coming from men, i assume. they love that movie. >> i think you're right. >> what do you have for us? a couple of headlines to
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bring to you. good morning to you. we start off with an insane police chase caught on camera. it up folded on the 9 -- unfolded on the 91 freeway outside of los angeles. behind the wheel of the black mercedes, a man who was wanted for attempted murder, it started in compton. the driver weaving his way through the traffic jam in rush hour. cops threw out a spike strip that blew out his front tire. the car came to the stop, but officers had no idea what that driver would do next. he stayed put for two hours and that's when s.w.a.t. teams moved in throwing in the tear gas. you can see that smoke right there. that gas forced the driver out. a k-9 dog then took him down. then you all know about the l.a. traffic, take a look at this. all backed up as far as the eye can see. wow. only in california. well, then overnight, spacex pulling off another incredible accomplishment. take a look here. >> and it looks like -- >> that flash of white was one
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of the rockets landing vertically for the second time. that took place on the drone ship in the middle of the ocean. the rocket can be cleaned up and refueled for a future launch. and 8,000 people airlifted from that massive fire that is still raging in canada. that wildfire is now larger than new york city. thousands more people will have to be air lifted this morning. in addition to the tens of thousands of others who have already been forced out of that area. nasa released the images from space showing how huge that fire is. a state of emergency of course has been declared. more than 1,100 firefighters are fighting on the ground with more crews trying to douse it from the air. and "star wars" fans prepare yourself. there is a new hans solo. >> hans solo. i'm captain millennium fox. >> actor alden aaronrike he has been selected. he beat out thousands including
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scott eastwood. the spinoff will focus on solo before he joins the rebel alliance. the movie is set to hit the big screen in 2018. those are your headlines. see you back here real soon. >> thanks. okay, let's bring in geraldo rivera. >> hello. good morning. >> happy friday. >> the number one political topic of the day is the fact that paul ryan who is the cochair of the republican national committee's convention, where donald trump will be nominated, yesterday came out despite the fact that he had pledged earlier to support whoever the nominee would be, now he says he's not ready to endorse trump yet. you'll hear from the speaker yesterday and then you'll hear from mr. trump himself who called in just about 45 minutes ago. listen. >> you have said throughout this process that you will support the republican presidential nominee. now you have a presumptive nominee, donald trump. will you support him? >> well, to be perfectly candid
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with you, jake, i'm not ready to do that this point. i'm not there right now. there are lots of questions that conservatives want answers to, myself included. i want to be a part of this unifying process. >> i was very, very surprised. i mean he talks about unity, but what is this about unity? you know, with millions of people coming into the party obviously i'm saying the right thing. you know, the party was staid, it had a lot of problems. whether it was the right thing or a wrong thing, whatever they were saying wasn't doing it and now the republican party is the talk of the world because there's no place and no party that's, you know, increasing in scope like we have. it's a big story. millions and millions of people have come into the party and i have this. it's hard to believe. it doesn't bother me at all. >> geraldo, i have a feeling it bothers you. >> do you want my cynical -- >> cynical first. >> 2020, he sees donald trump going down in flames.
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he's the heir apparent. he takes up the mantel. he runs successfully for the white house in 2020. that's my cynical political. substantively though, let's give the speaker the benefit of the doubt and let's say he's a sincere man. and no reason to doubt him. it shows that donald trump does have a lot of work to do to unify the republican party and to convince people that he's not a crazy person. let me tell you something that happened, i swear to god, ladies and gentlemen, this happened to me last night was my, you know, all the parents are there, a dominican family. they have been here. their child, 10 years old also, good friend of my daughter sol, the dad was out of town on business. she started crying, i'm told by the parents, went to bed with mom, why was she crying? she's of dominican ancestry, she is afraid that donald trump if he's president going to deport all these people. this is a citizen child, citizen parents, but my point is even
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though he ate a taco bowl yesterday and i love the guy, there's no doubt but that hispanic people have been unnerved by the draconian nature of some of his immigration proposals. >> you look at a polls. i think a majority support the idea of the wall and other proposals that he's making right now. >> it is demographically impossible for a republican to win the presidency of the united states without a substantial percentage of the latino/hispanic population. that is ingrained in american politics. george w. bush won in 2004 with 44% of the latino vote. mitt romney lost with 27% -- >> geraldo, are you saying that donald trump is not going to wind up with paul ryan's endorsement until he changes his complete approach to immigration? >> all he has to do -- and that's an excellent question. you don't have to -- i have the special coming up about drugs coming from mexico on the weekend. there's no doubt that we have profound problems with the
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southern border. dope is flowing across the southern border. to people who like me who are pro immigration reform, to deny that fact up we are being unrealistic and being false because we're blind to the reality of the problems with the southern border. but if i can, ainsley, the problem is when you say you're going to deport all of these families that have -- even if they have citizen chon people, something that will shatter american society. he has to say, we have limited resources in the federal government. there are some very bad people that are coming into this country illegally. let's use the resources that we have to crush the criminals. not juan and maria and not that little girl. he can do it. >> find hispanics that don't like each of the candidates for different reasons. look at hillary, she was in l.a. at rally saying i love you all like donald trump is saying. they have all the protesters with signing saying we only matter when it's cinco de mayo.
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hillary, do your friends make $12 or $15 an hour? a group of hispanics not liking the other side. >> i believe that these heckler, demonstrators, the more aggressive they get the more they turn the people off to the process. the young people are the flip side of those doing the same thing even more violently against donald trump last week in cosa mesa. i think they have to cool their jets. i'm not offended by the mexican flag, because i'm not offend by the irish flag on st. patrick's day or the other flags on -- the israeli flag on israel day. what bothers me is the conduct and the tone. if they want to be never hillary -- >> this is what donald trump had to say about it. >> hillary is not a unifier. you talk about a unifier and i was actually not surprised to see all the protesters.
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she's going to be so bad on jobs that wages are going to go down for workers. hillary is going to be a disaster for the party. and you know what, i'm going to do great with the hispanics. i'm going to do fantastic because i'll bring jobs back. hillary doesn't know what to do. her husband signed the worst trade deal in history that was nafta. we'll bring the jobs back to america. that's nobody who can compete with me on that. hillary can't compete. she doesn't know what she's doing. >> so hillary is being protested for being on many sides of many issues. is he right that ultimately jobs really matter and communities -- in communities like that? >> yes, he is. he has a potent argument. moderate the tone on the one side -- >> just the tone? >> well, the policy also. the wanton -- the deportation of everybody. >> a negotiation ultimately. >> i think at -- i agree with you. why? because it's going to be negotiation.
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why scare people? here's the timing. you have an uncontested california primary coming up basically. california has the largest concentration of latinos per capita in the nation, except for texas. now is time to moderate the tone. i'm going after the bad ones. >> it's all about getting through the primary. >> on the other hand, i'm the one to give you the jobs, i'm the ones to get you the economy you need. >> see if he makes that turn. real quick -- >> he needs me to guide him to the taco bowl and everything. >> well, what about the taco bowl? >> i have been offered to take him to the mexican restaurant. i was going to take him behind the counter? >> were you offended by that? >> hell no. we were doing shots yesterday. >> we had a tequila bar here. >> a little early in the morning for me. what about my special? >> yeah. tell us about it. >> my special saturday at 8:00, sunday at 9:00, beauty and the
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beast. when kate met chapo. when sean penn was taken to meet el chapo, the biggest drug dealer on earth. el chapo laid it all on the line to meet the object of his love. and minneapolis is home to four athletic teams and a hot bed for recruiting isis? are there radical imams here in minnesota? >> they're everywhere. they are everywhere. >> radical imams sympathetic to isis everywhere? >> yeah. i was born and raised in minnesota and i went back again. i'll tell you what we found next. a miraculous story at sea. this little dog found floating
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this is really interesting. pete is here, you know pete lives out in minnesota. and through the work largely of the lutheran church, thousands of somalis have relocated to the twin city area. >> that's right. after the civil war in 1991, came to minnesota. provided a lot of social services and become a part of the patch work of minnesota. but unfortunately we have seen through mosques muslims from minnesota going to fight with al shabaab and then isis. we played a package two hours ago, folks can check it out at foxnews.com. but i'll play a quick snippet and talk about the challenges that the somali population are facing. >> pretty much everybody they love this country. >> the worst propaganda is by the news media. targeting muslims.
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>> they teach shari'ah law? >> yes. >> and what do they teach also american law, the u.s. constitution? >> actually, i have no idea about that one. >> wow. they teach shari'ah law but not about our constitution? >> well, that's what concerns obviously a lot of people. what you want to see is assimilation and allegiance. they're grateful but they haven't integrated into the minnesota society and now their kids are the ones -- the second generation have joined isis or al shabaab. a small fraction, not the majority. >> i have talked to an imam there who lost a nephew to isis. he was writing home, trying to get in touch with his parents. i'm sick of it, and i don't want to be part of it. >> they're seduced by the propaganda. they want to be a part of the big fight. and then they get over there and realize the caliphate ain't so
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great. >> you know what's so scary? more than 40 people arrested here in the united states that have aided and abetted isis. and one-fourth of those individuals came from that area. >> it's concerning in minnesota. because you want to see that assimilation and that's how you prevent what happened in with europe. we found a lot of first generation somalis who are not integrating. it's a challenge that america has to learn thousand do and it starts with engagement. >> thank you very much for giving us a peek into -- >> yeah, check it outen the website. convicted felons -- >> what do we call them? >> well, you'll find out in a second because you might hurt their feelings. so the pc police have changed things. wait till you hear this, what the new term is. and this story is unbelievable. a little dog found floating five miles off the shore around he was treading water for three hours. >> he was dog paddling. >> the story of how he was rescued.
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good morning. here's a quick look at your headlines. dozens of drug offenders are headed back to the streets as president obama commutes the sentences of 58 federal prisoners. that brings the total number of prison releases from president obama to 306. get this, that is more than double the number of the previous six presidents combined. and getting pc in prison, the department of justice ditching the terms convict because they hurt the feelings of the jail population. they want to replace it with
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person who committed a crime or person who is incarcerated. pete, over to you. >> i guess so. all right, two florida couples cut a fishing trip short after coming across an unexpected cast away floating in the choppy water -- a dog in the life jacket. the dog has been floating miles off the coast for get this, three hours. thanks to the good samaritans, the dog was rescued in time to be reunited with a very happy owner. joining me are the couples who came to the rescue, the sars and the dog jagermeister and the very happy owners. this is an amazing story. good fortune and trusting -- a sturdy dog. if i can start with shawn and mi michael, you're out at sea and what do you see? you see the visual. >> we saw an object floating in the water as we were going by. and bruce had thought it was a
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buoy in the water. we were only a few feet away or we wouldn't have seen him in the waves. we turned around immediately and realized it was a dog floating with a life jacket. >> bruce, what made you think it was the buoy? was it the color of the life jacket? >> well, we were so far off shore and there weren't many buoys. i was watching out actually the color of the life jacket was orange. i didn't want to hit it. it was so close to the boat. we were going 25 miles an hour. so i leaned over, looked at it and i was like, wow, i saw brown eyes looking at me. so we immediately turned around. >> think about that. you looked down and you see brown eyes. if i can, michael, i'll go to you. you thought it was a buoy and then you look down and see eyes looking up at you. >> it happened so fast, you know? bruce saw it first, oh, my gosh, i'm like, you know, we had seen so many other animals out there.
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>> oh, i think we may have lost them. hopefully we can pick them back up. it's an amazing story obviously of rescue. we'll try to get them back. but more details -- well, we'll tease it. coming up, could donald trump pick a democrat as his running mate? the republican front-runner just joined us and answered that question for the first time. this video has the internet up in arms. a baby thrown in the pool and staying afloat. what do you think? we hope to get that interview up and goggin. p?p?h they brought this on themselves.
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all right. >> i don't know what happened, but did that dog chew through an electrical -- >> potentially.
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we lost the shot. went black. but they're back. the couple who rescued the dog stranded at sea, the sahr and the knechts as well as the owner and jaggermeister. >> what happened in the studio, did the lights go out? >> the dog ate the cord. >> the dog causes some serious trouble. jagermeister knows how to find trouble. robin, what did you do this? you saw the set of eyes bobbing in the water so what did you do? >> panicked at first. i just saw these big old brown eyes looking at me and for a second, your eyes and your brain can't catch up with what you're seeing. i realized it's a dog. >> did you pull it into the boat? >> we start yelling to turn around and we pull him out and get towels to wrap him up. >> so this -- i have to go -- >> exciting moment. >> unbelievable. i mean, the last thing you'd expect five miles out to sea. joey, this is your dog
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jagermeister. you haven't seen him for three hours so what's going to your head for those three hours? joey, joey, are you there? i think we have got him chewing through the cord again. i don't know. >> can anyone there hear us? >> you know what? >> i think we lost them. >> i think the bottom line, the dog was found. i'm sure the owner was panicking. if you're a dog owner you know how that feels. if you can't find your dog that's happened to me before. when you get reunited, it's bliss. >> indeed. the dog was wearing a life jacket. would have never survived for three hours without it. >> that's important. >> amazing reunion. >> we don't do that with our dogs and i need to do that. >> it's too bad we lost the shot because the question i wanted to ask joey, the owner of jagermeister was tell me the story about the night you came up with the dog name. right? >> i think -- >> how did you name that dog jagermeister? that's the dog. >> welcome home, jagermeister.
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we're glad you're back with joey this morning. heather knows a thing or two about imaanimals. how many do you have? >> i thought you'd say jagermeister. >> good morning. i have a fox news alert to start you off with right now. heart stopping body camera video released, captures the terrifying moment a man opens fire on a police officer. watch this. >> why? >> you can see a man as he raises the gun, pulls the trigger, firing at least ten shots. the tennessee police officer was hit once in the chest. luckily, he was wearing his bulletproof vest at the time and that saved his life. the suspect then took off and after a week-long manhunt was shot and killed during a shoot-out with police. muslim women must hit the delete button and the new rules don't stop there.
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what? mosques and islamic associations around britain are banning women from using social media and wearing pants and leaving the house without their husband's permission. moderate muslims are outraged over the new rules. slamming them as quote, outdated. is a presumptive republican nominee about to pick a running mate and better yet, will that be a democrat? donald trump joinled us -- joined us to put those rumors to rest. here's what he said. >> senators and governors and they're out say i have decided not to accept -- i never even talked to them. they're not on the list, they wouldn't be chosen. >> i know you're considering a lot of different people. would you rule out or rule in a democrat, the right kind of democrat? >> i would rule him out. or her out. i like marco. i'll look at marco for a lot of things. >> well, trump teased the possibility of rolling out his cabinet picks before the convention in july. and this video has some
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people up in arms this morning. making some cringe, while others are praising the parents. watch this swimming lesson right here. comments about this clip of parent testing out a baby's swimming survival skills. some saying they let the lesson go on too long. we counted it was about a minute and a half actually. others say kids need to learn the survival tactics at a young age. we did this with our kids when they were little. tried to teach them to swim as quickly as possible. just as an emergency life saving measure. >> the parents aren't always around. one said that's very young for that kind of teaching. >> that's right. one opinion. linda e-mailed saying much better to have her learn this way than fall in and panic because no one was there. >> barbara tweeted you think someone should be holding that baby's head above the water.
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>> well, the face -- what matters is the mouth was above water. can breathe. not panicking. >> the mom was right there. but it's hard to watch as a parent. to see that child. >> yeah, hard video. >> but you know what all across america parents are talking about have we done enough to teach our kids about water safety? ainsley, over to you. >> i was with the moms and we were gasping when we saw it for the first time. well, they say a mother's work is never done and with mother's day on sunday, you have a few more days to get your gift, each mom deserves a break. what better way than to indulge with a glass of wine. in the new book called "pour me some wine" the authors go through some mommy stories and pair up the wine. here are lena spear and gina epp. congratulations on the success. >> thanks so much. >> so why did you write this book? >> after a long night with two
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sick kids and not sleeping and probably not showering as well, i was hoping other moms were going through the same thing and i was not alone. i wanted to know that other moms are going through the same thing. >> it's about humor. some days you're -- at the end of the day, you need this glass of wine. almost every day. i think. am i alone? >> i don't think so. >> so let's pair some wines. first topic, i feel guilty no matter what i do. what is the wine that goes with that sorrow, that feeling? >> riesling. >> it's got fresh aromas of peach and green apple. it will keep the positive feelings going. >> my kids napped today. yay. >> we know that. when it's 12:30 and it's finally quiet, and it hasn't been quiet since 6:00 a.m. that was before the three melt downs, two from the 18-month-old
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and one from your yourself, we are happy it's nap time. >> you have three. you have two kids. 6 and a 7-year-old. >> 6 and 9. >> 6 and 9 years old. great. the next one is my kids are attached to me 14 hours a day. >> we know this feeling also. once they become toddlers like our legs have a mag -- magnetic force on them. they're in between your legs, there's no escape. you can't go to the restroom alone. >> which wine goes with that? >> a merlot. it's got aromas of plum and very soothing. >> did we say this wine? that goes with the kids that nap. you need a victory one. >> yep. called happy camper. >> this is butterfly kiss. that goes with the years go by so fast. >> oh, we know in these longer days of motherhood it feels like we're kissing our babies good night and snuggling with them.
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but then one day it hits us they're growing and one day they'll leave the house. the days are long and the years are short. >> they are. that song butterfly kisses, such a sweet song. >> exactly. that's why we paired that one. >> i love that. what's been the response for moms? >> we got an excellent one last night. it's relatable. everyday mom stories. >> you have been friends for a long time, your kids growing up together? >> five years, she lives in colorado, i live in south carolina. we did this virtually. >> how did you meet? >> through e-mail. >> my mom introduced us. >> how did you come up with the idea to write the pack? >> we were sharing stories with one another. >> i love this book. as a new mom, you think you're going -- everything is going to be fine. it won't happen to me. then you're a mom and you're in it and you realize how difficult the job really is. >> exactly. >> for mother's day, what's a recommendation for people watching? any good gift ideas?
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>> the book and a bottle of wine. >> can't go wrong. can't go wrong with wine. >> how about a case of wine? >> what's your favorite story that you have heard so far about parenting? >> that's why we love this book is that it depends. it depends on what we're going through. are you feeling guilty today, are you feeling good because lunch is made and dinner is done? whatever. >> how in the world did they work and cook and raise three and four kids? it's incredible. >> happy mother's day, mom. >> happy mother's day to you. thank you for offering this, the book and the wine. heather, come over here. peter johnson jr. comes from a family of police officers. his dad, his brother, two uncles and cousins and he shares a memorial that honors those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. trouble down under. the wave that sent surfers on
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this video going viral this morning. a terrifying scene on a beach in new zealand. look at that. a group of surfers experiencing the ultimate wipeout as beachgoers, wow, stand helpless. massive waves tossing their boat and sending them into the water. just feet from a jetty. a second boat tried to help and it suffered the same fate. but incredibly, the best part about the story is somehow, no one was hurt. steve, over to you.
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>> thank you. fallen heroes of the new york city police department remembered yesterday. their names added to a memorial unveiled at police headquarters. 19 names were added to the wall. 19 memories, and 19 reasons this city stands tall. 16 of those heroes died as a result of 9/11 related illnesses. >> that day, 9/11, that took so many thousands of lives and continues to take lives, that day took many lives but we are today continuing the promise that we will always remember. >> one of those men remembered, sergeant patrick p. murphy, the cousin of fox news legal analyst murphy was awarded the medal of valor for 9/11 and he later died from a rare form of cancer. peter, you had no intention of doing a story on what happened yesterday.
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>> no. >> but you were so moved by it, you felt you should share the story. >> it was a family event. it was so important. when i walked into the police plaza in new york, i said this is really a cathedral of courage. i smelled flowers. in police plaza, there were dozens of bouquets of flowers. brought by fraternal organizations, regular americans, in honor of the fallen heroes of new york city and the smell of the day and the funerals of 9/11 came back to me. and so we were there to honor people like my cousin, sergeant patrick murphy, who was the emergency service officer. and detective joseph limn who was an air national guardsman who went to iraq and afghanistan three different times. and he was -- he got a purple heart, went back again and again and again and he was killed over there as an active police officer there. there he is.
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so i saw the members of my family, my aunt patricia, her husband had been the chief of the department. the highest ranking uniformed officer in new york city. she gave up her two wonderful children, one lost in the line of duty. patrick murphy who we honored yesterday. and anne marie murphy who is a detective here today. and i thought about my own father who had been a police officer. and i thought about my brother christopher who had gotten the medal of valor in t police department. and another uncle of mine. and all of the families there. some whom i knew and i said to myself, the resilience and the ability to accept loss and the courage and the adaptability and the ability not to complain and go on and grieve and still love america and stand up for who we are, i said to myself i need to speak out about this. this is one of the great days of my life. out of this grief came this understanding who we are more
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than i felt in years. i was so proud to be a new yorker. so proud to be an american. yesterday, to see the love, but also the loss and the ability to go on and to build and to do and to continue to protect us, steve. you met some of these people before. >> absolutely. absolutely. they're part of your family. and you're a family of patriots. and peter johnson jr. while not in law enforcement per se, you're a lawyer, however. you worked with congress to get first responders benefits. >> well, we worked on this show and i worked in new york with the survivors of the shield and they were represented yesterday. we made sure in new york that spouses of police officers could remarry and still get the pension. that they were psychological benefits for the children, college scholarships. we did all the things with mario cuomo a long time ago. but what i saw in the family of the -- a long time detective who lost his son, he was named to the holy name society. i saw a faith not only in america, but in god that was so
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strengthening to all of us. to my aunt patricia, to my mother who had gone to brother's bedside when he was injured. to anne marie who still serves so well and to the memory of patrick and joseph limn and all of the detectives and sergeants, lieutenants and captains and police officers who died on that day and continue to die from 9/11 cancer diseases. policemen and women and firefighters and first responders are still dying from those diseases. from those horrible, sick, despicable people that did that to us. and that's something we can always remember and never forget. >> indeed. >> so i was so taken by it. thank you for giving me the chance to talk about it today. >> thank you for remembering your cousin. patrick murphy. >> thank you. he was a great patriot. >> indeed he was. coming up on a friday, the kentucky derby is this weekend, but do you have anything to wear?
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>> think about like a bright pink -- the feathers, got the flowers. it's got everything. i just love that. >> we're talking hats. abby huntsman is live in kentucky with a preview of the big race. first, let's check in -- looks nice. bill hemmer is not wearing a hat at this point. >> i'll have my pork pie hat tomorrow. breaking news on the state of the economy, the jobs report is out for april. paul ryan is not out on the trump train, so what happens when the two sit down and talk? why hillary clinton might testify very soon. the head of the group that just won an order from the court is here live to talk about. and what's with katy perry and the pope you might wonder? martha and i will tell you, ten minutes away, top of the hour. ♪ ♪
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the most exciting two minutes in sports is set to take place tomorrow. we're talking about the 142nd kentucky derby. but it's not just about the horses here and there. it's about -- >> these are not horses! >> what are they? >> this is a malone. >> it's about the fashion. abby huntsman who is very fashion forward is in churchill downs with how she prepares for the run for the roses this weekend. hey, abby, you look pretty in pink. >> hey, guys, thanks, ainsley. such a beautiful morning here. obviously the horses prepped for a long time for this weekend, but the fashion you also have to prep for. i got a little help. take a look at this. i'm about to go to the kentucky derby. i have never been before so it's about the horses but let's be honest it's about what you wear. the dresses and of course the huge hats. so i have no idea what to put on. so i'm going to ask fox news's fashion director gwen martin. hey, gwen. so i need some help for the
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derby. >> i think you really need help. this definitely will not work. >> really? >> it is way too busy. >> what do you think about this black? one of many favorites. >> we in new york love black, but this is a celebration of spring. it's the south. and it's all about color. i would keep everything simple because the hat is the attention grabber. >> sounds like we should pick the hat first then. i always wanted to channel kate middleton. here is my opportunity. >> the most popular hats are the wide brim hats but kate middleton has made these so famous. a third of the people now wear fascinators. i think this is a great hat. i think it's difficult to maneuver through the crowd. >> what tune? >> very talented. >> i'm thinking of a bright pink. >> this has the flowers and the
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pink and everything. >> so we picked the hat first. find a dress. >> so we have to think pink. it's oaks day, the running of the fillies. now, 100,000 people will be wearing pink. >> what do you think? >> i think that probably this would be the one -- >> i love that. >> it's feminine. >> what do you wear with it? >> i'm trying to find one that's talking to the southern belle in all of us. i think out of all of your dresses i think this one. >> i like it. >> it says here i come. >> that is beautiful. say hi, y'all. >> hi, y'all. >> i'm ready to go. >> hi, y'all. i got to give a shout-out to gabriel and frank olive hats. i can't decide which one to wear tomorrow. they have a store and i found another one i like. facebook me, tweet me, tell me which one you like. i'm excited for tomorrow. it will be amazing. >> the green or the yellow one? all right. we're racing after the break.
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