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♪ good morning to you, it is saturday, may the 7th, 2016. we start off with a fox news alert. a government employee on a shooting spree outside a high school in a mall, two malls, in fact, near our nation's capital. three people are now dead this morning and another three wounded. this morning the suspect now in custody. we will have the late-breaking details. >> donald trump responding to heavyweights like jeb bush and lindsey graham who decide to do sit this election out. >> i won't talk about lindsey graham who had like 1 point. he talks about i know more about the military than trump. i've been been dealing with it for years. for years, yeah, that's why we can't beat isis. >> whoa, republican party
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still divided. we have the latest developments in this saga coming up. >> and people are up in arms over this video of a baby struggling to stay afloat in a swimming pool. the mother put her baby in that pool. hear the story behind the video that everyone is talking about this morning. oh my gosh. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> that's your bugle. do you have a rose gold bugle at home? >> of course i do. that's our plaza but in churchill downs the running of the kentucky derby is today. >> that was sam the bugler grossman. that's his middle name by the way. >> of course, that was his christian name. >> if you are born with that name you have to buy a bugle. >> by the way that's happening in kentucky. in western maine it is the handover if i had ler festival this morning at 6:00 a.m. head on over. if you can't make it to the kentucky derby this morning -- they are a4@ north country. >> it's a fish? >> no. a kind of plant you can eat in the early summer. >> native americans did that great to be with you guys on saturday morning. >> have some fun this morning. kentucky derby stuff. hard news to get to. couple headlines. let me start with a fox news alert.
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a suspended federal police officer taken down in a maryland parking lot. police say the alleged gunman shot and killed his wife outside of his children's school on thursday after she served him with a restraining order. then, at 11:15 a.m. yesterday. police say he opened fire on thee people outside a macy's in the parking lot, killing a man. two others were injured. then, just 45 minutes later he shot and killed a woman at a giant grocery store just a few miles away. he was then spotted eating at a boston market across the street from that grocery store one hour later. and then he went to his car. police made their move and he was arrested. a heart breaking love story for the hero who made the ultimate sacrifice. this morning we are now learning that the navy seal who was killed by isis earlier this week had actually married his fiancee in secret before he went on deployment.
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petty officer first class charles keating the fourth and brook clark had planned a november wedding. we had told you about that earlier this week. now we just learned that they actually eloped before he went to iraq just in case something had happened. the 31-year-old navy seal from arizona was killed responding to a surprise isis attack. and the americans who served with him say that he saved lives, their lives. the romanian hacker claiming he easily breached hillary clinton's private department email server says he has been talking with the fbi in a fox news exclusive. goes by gucifer claims the conversation lasted 80 minutes. listen. >> you have talked to the fbi on the plane, you said? >> right. came after me.
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gicifer claims he broke open clinton's server. he has now been extradite to do virginia. an intentional walk away from puerto rico. major league baseball now canceling a two game series because of ezekiel concerns. pirates and marlins were set to play later this month. now relocate to do miami. puerto rico has had almost 800 confirmed cases of the virus and one death as a result. and those are your headlines. gang, on the way in reading that story about our navy seal who died so heroically in iraq how heart breaking that they had actually married but, yet, bittersweet at the time. lovely that they married that they had that moment between them before he deployed but it's just such tragic. >> he is the grandson of charles keating, i didn't realize that, from arizona. amazing. sad. >> in washington, paul ryan, the speaker of the house is still sticking to his position that he is, quote, not ready to endorse or vote for donald trump, the presumptive republican
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nominee. >> but, but, now he is tweeting that, look, i'm going to still invite him. i want to have lunch with him. i want to sit down with him next week so he is doing a little bit of damage control this morning. i have invited at real donald trump for a meeting with g.o.p. loaders next week and i look forward to the discussion. and this is where battle lines are being drawn. you see on the front page of the "new york times" this morning. you are seeing ward baker, the executive director of the republican senatorial committee telling donors and lobbyists, look, you might not even want to go to the convention this year. do you know what? there is probably not enough in it for you to go to the convention this year. >> such a weird story though, if the speaker of the house disapproves of the republican nominee and his positions he can call him on the phone and say i can't support you until you change on x, y,or z. he didn't do that he called jake tapper at cnn and says i want to attack trump without telling trump. >> do you see it as an attack on trump. >> of course it is. >> how is that an attack on
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trump as opposed to the shot across the bough. >> he could do that on the phone. without alerting he didn't. he is not saying i want to change him he is saying i am a better person than donald trump or any of his voters. >> if you had a problem with me, you would call me and wouldn't call up jake tapper. >> i would call up bill o'reilly and say can i come on your show to denounce clayton morris? >> on the other hand, he has the members of the house to look out for. there are some people who do not like donald trump. >> many, many. >> absolutely. >> and a lot of concerns about those down ballot candidates and how they are going to do. maybe paul ripe is trying to provide them with cover. >> i don't know. i think those are all fair concerns for sure. i don't think this provides them with cover. donald trump is still going to be the nominee no matter what paul ryan says. i think it's not the way to actually fix a problem. it's a way to call attention to your own moral superiority which is what he seeks to do but not a way to moderate trump it doesn't moderate him it makes him angry. >> it makes him angry. certainly poked him with a big stick.
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>> heated contest saying they are not going to throw heir weight behind donald trump also. jeb bush coming out saying he is not going to support donald trump. mitt romney saying he is not going to the convention. senator mccain says is he not going to the convention. >> the bushes. >> and lindsey graham saying i'm not supporting him as well. donald trump firing back on all of these people. >> paul ryan, i don't know what happened. [crowd booing] i won't talk about jeb bush. i will not say -- i will not say he is low energy. i will not say it. i will not say it and i won't talk about lindsey graham who had like 1 point. [crowd booing] >> did you ever see this guy on television? he is nasty. [ laughter ] he gets outdealt at all levels of the campaign. he leaves a disgrace. then he talks about i know more about the military than trump. i've been been dealing with it for years. yeah, for years, and that's
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why we can't beat isis. >> does trump get anything out of doing that you are the nominee. maybe it's better to attack hillary. by the way, dick cheney is now for trump. if what trump said about the iraq war is so crazy and out-of-bounds, why is cheney endorsing him? >> this is the most bizarre political year. >> it really sncht you can never figure out what's going to happen in this election year. >> you can't. >> how surprised was everyone. think about all the developments that happened this week from ted cruz dropping out. who would have thought that would have happened. >> nobody. >> john kasich so abstinent and didn't want to get out and nobody thought he would and then all of a sudden he bailed. >> on the same afternoon on a flight. elizabeth warren predicted that ted cruz would get out. do you remember that tweet storm she released a few weeks ago like 30 tweets in a row? she has done it again. she going after donald trump. took to twitter to say this. we saw what happened when birthers like donald trump attacked barack obama they lost big. american voters knew better then she went on to say
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trump lied his way through the primaries without being held accountable, that's over. these over. >> and she has gotten nastier and nastier on how much she is saying about donald trump. he is now responding. let's listen to what he had to say. >> so i hear that goofy elizabeth warren, and i'm serious, this is a woman who has not done anything in the united states senate. her whole career is a fraud because she goes out and she says she is a native american. i won't use word indian because they say it's not a nice word to use so i will not say indian. she is a native american 5%. i think that hillary should run with goofy elizabeth warren. i would love to beat them. she plays her woman's card, right? hillary clinton plays -- it's the only card she has because, honestly without that card she would get nobody voting for her,
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nobody. >> elizabeth warren isn't she a former harvard professor. >> um. >>um isn't she is a deep intellectual way smarter than you and me? why is she sounding off on twitter late night? why is it okay? by the way part of it is trump. he is going to pave the way for everyone else go bonkers on late night. i'm against that. >> argue two reasons. one she is a woman. she think that provides her with cover and two doing it on behalf of hillary clinton. >> isn't she supposed to be writing like mono graphs and teach thoughts instead 140 characters going crazy. >> upset appan done twitter. >> >> somebody who embraces twitter is rick reichmuth. >> snap chat all night long. >> make the pictures go away. >> a picture of a rainbow shooting out of his mouth. >> hey, guys, have you liked fall this week? >> i love fall. >> no. >> is it back already? >> it is. hasn't it felt like fall all
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week long. feels like it all the way down across parts of the south this morning. it will end at least temporarily. it's been this little rotation. kind of plagued the mid-atlantic and throughout the northeast all week long. we have had incredible amounts of rainfall. there has been some drought across the northeast and mid-atlantic. it's food news that we have at least eaten into that drought a little bit. it has been very gloomy. it will be here by tomorrow afternoon. tomorrow afternoon, mother's day, plan some outdoor activities by the afternoon and i think we will be okay. out across the west, another storm plaguing the areas of the west. we had incredible amounts of rainfall yesterday in wyoming including some flooding. and we will see more of that today unfortunately. that's our cold spot warming up here in the south. we have more severe weather coming this weekend but this afternoon and tomorrow as well. >> i don't believe you for a second. >> you are just mad about the snap chat. >> i am. >> kentucky derby forecast today. >> iffy around race time.
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>> could be tough mudder? >> to coin a phrase. >> this week marks a new phase. >> listen to him and how he has talked certainly can draw that conclusion. >> do you think is he a racist? >> i will let people judge for themselves? >> i think the answer is yes, she thinks. that is it helping her campaign to make charges like that? lee carter has brand new dial testing on the head-to-head matchup. >> the best story you will see all day a military dad returning home for the first time in six months surprising his son with special needs. watch this. >> can i sit here? >> he found his opening. >> dad? [ laughter ] >> it's 6:13 in the morning. you are going to make me cry already. thanks a lot. the surprise doesn't end there you have got to see this incredible story. i love this. ♪ you were born, born ♪ you were born to fly ♪
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the race for the white house heating up. donald trump and hillary clinton, she down becomes more and more likely. what are the voters thinking about this? here with brand new dials are pollster lee carter. hi, lee. >> hi. >> when did you do these dials and what are they saying. >> we did it yesterday. great shift. great interview with bret baier. looking at donald trump and see how part-time are reacting to his new mood. >> okay. so let's listen to what trump said about the hillary emails and get their reaction. >> i think it's very serious. if it's true it's very serious. what do i know. they have to check. it's not a question of him. it's what she did and why did she do it? bernie sanders said she is not qualified to be president and then he said one of the reasons she is not qualified is she has bad
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judgment. she has got bad judgment. who would do this with emails? that is a very serious problem. and bernie sanders made a very serious mistake when he passed on it he took a pass. now perhaps he will go back because he certainly doesn't like her, at least he doesn't like her anymore. and, you know, it's a crooked system. as i say crooked hillary. >> that's interesting. so people seem to respond to bad judgment but not crooked. >> well, you know, at the very end that was people going back to the middle. so what you saw is people really responded well. independents and republicans gave this an a. democrats, not surprisingly, gave it an f. what was surprising to me is donald trump using bernie sanders as the bolster for his argument here made it seem like two things one, this was a nonpartisan attack and two outsiders attacking in. he said it wasn't just about a crooked person. this is about a crooked system. people overall really agree with that so, what we're seeing and what we're -- overall in all of the thingts we are seeing right
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now. independents are really joining the trump side of the argument here and not joining hillary clinton. >> what about this one? trump blaming bush for the iraq war. let's listen. >> war in iraq was, perhaps, the worst decision ever made in this country's history. it totally disabled the middle east. it was a total disaster. it was made by bush. i took jeb bush on very hard. he was very nasty to me. he spent 15, $20 million on negative ads on me. nobody mentions that they just say i was very nasty to him. i was. i came one a low energy individual and, you know, whatever. whether he is. i think he is but, it was a tough fight he fought hard. i fought hard. he got out of the race. >> all right. so overall here, republicans and independents b minus. democrats, c minus. it was pretty flat. people are saying you know what? you already beat jeb bush. stop trying to justify it and move on to the other issues. >> and move on from iraq?
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is that something as well? >> move on from iraq and fighting other candidates. we just want to know what you are doing from here. >> what about about hillary calling trump racist? >> let's look at that. >> anybody who listen to do him and how he has talked certainly can draw that conclusion. >> do you think is he a racist? >> i'm going to let people judge for themselves. >> so, overall there, you saw that democrats not surprisingly really liked it. but independents and the republicans went all the way to the bottom there. i think what's so fascinating is that independents are not joining hillary clinton. and so i think this is going to show it's a really, really hard time for her going into the general election. she will have to have those independents as she goes into the general. >> these campaigns should be listening to you. lee carter. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> this video we are about to see has people up in arms this morning. a baby in a pool. the parents, as the baby tries to swim let this
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link chan to to terrorism and extremist. >> you have seen this video of a baby struggling to stay afloat. families taking to swim classes you do them five days a week for 10 minutes at a time. letting babies trust their own weight and stay afloat for about 10 minutes at a time. well, people were freaking out on social media how cruel that you would put your baby in the water like this drown your child. >> the whole goal is to help teach the kids even though this child was maybe six months old or so at the time. teach them to survive if something god forbid should happen fall in the water. that's the idea behind it a lot of people are upset about this. but a lot of parents do do things like this. >> it's tough to watch. you are absolutely right, heather. nothing scarier as a parent than water. water can take your children faster than anything. there is a reason behind. this it's not random.
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it's attempting to save this child. >> some people saying this is traumatic. we have had debates on this show about subject. this leads to trauma later in life. people weighing in facebook say. this this is not the way to give her swimming lessons that was horrible to watch that baby so scared. was so scared. shame on you. >> on the other hand, you can see the mom stand there just nearby within arm's length and the child is not crying. >> not the way to teach confidence, comort and security to a baby. water confidence is more than luring the baby into a life or death feeling. >> and then kansas on twitter writes: that's awesome i will take struggling to stay afloat other struggling to breathe at the bottom of the pool any day. >> we have one of the instructures in this program the infant swimming resource program coming up later on the show. as a parent, that's the one thing i wanted my kids to do. i'm not a strict parent. i wanted them to learn to swim at a young age. >> we have children the same
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age. my boys are 5 and 6. we started from a very early point. we live near the water. we have a pool at our house. that was something we took very seriously. bottom line how to teach the kids how to learn and survive god forbid something should happen. >> high school didn't think student government was diverse enough. what did they do? they did what many high schools did. they cheated. they rigged the results to help some win over others. is that fair? we will debate it coming up. >> a showdown between hillary clinton and donald trump looking more and more likely. who would make the best running mate? we are spinning the wheel of vice presidential prospects. >> guys, we should mention the mother of that baby we just mentioned, she will be coming up on the show with her daughter in just a little bit. >> she can explain her thinking behind it stay tuned. ♪
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he is trying. >> he gets a for effort. >> hysterical. ryans had exactly the appropriate response. >> they are not at that trump grill. they are at different grill. >> i'm not sure mr. trump went downstairs and got it himself. >> i'm sure somebody else got for him. >> 100,000 likes am i right on facebook. >> trump had like 60,000 retweets of that picture. it's hysterical. >> enough, america. >> they are delicious. especially the bowl part. all right. a couple headlines i want to bring you now. a second grader tragic story right here stabbed on a playground during recess. and now police in ohio are desperately searching for a man who walked on a school property and hurt the 7-year-old little girl. >> it was an adult male on
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our playground. and they stabbed the student. >> the area of dayton, ohio. the school placed on lockdown for several hours. the principal of the school says there will be extra security in the next couple of days while children are outside. a motive for that stabbing still not clear. tense moments outside a courthouse. >> hold on. >> a gunman shooting at a journalist who is facing charges for revealing state secrets in turkey the gunman shouting traitor before firing several rounds at the former newspaper editor. the journalist was giving a statement to other journalists at the time but was not hit. another reporter, however, was. a lot of unrest in turkey right now. outrage after a california high school tries to rig a student election to help with diversity? what? a student with hispanic last name says officials at wallenberg high school pushed him to run for student council even though
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he identifies as white and not hispanic. when he didn't win, they tried to unseat the new vp to put him in that position. the school has even admitted it wanted the website to shoat student because the rest of the student council is mostliation. wow. a nice story to bring you right now. a military dad surprises his son who has down syndrome at a school in a moment that will melt your heart. watch this. >> can i sit here? >> he found his opening. >> dad? [ laughter ] >> dad! >> oh, so sweet. that is 15-year-old joshua. he was overwhelmed with joy seeing his dad airman john greeten who spent the last six months in southwest asia. the adorable footage didn't stop there the dad crawls along the floor to surprise his daughter jessica during her lunchtime. she leaps into his arms and hugs her dad. >> there is nothing better than when your kid just rubs
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up to you and grabs you. >> the inverse is also true is when you come home and they run right past you. >> i'm not into that. >> hello. >> i'm the patriarch here. >> hi, daddy. >> i pay the bills. >> rick does the same thing. walk down the hallway. >> when his dogs give him the cold shoulder. >> that would never happen. >> jumps into people's arms. >> that's such a good point. >> so true. guys, take a look out here. people have been complaining that it seems like fall here and they haven't seen the sun in about a week. you haven't seen the sun in about a week. you will tomorrow though. by tomorrow afternoon at least. it's going to be a little present for mom in the mid-atlantic and the gleeft take a look at the map and show you what's going on. we do have severe weather. next three days will bring chances of severe weather across the ohio valley today and parts of northeastern ohio and parts of nebraska. that's biggest chance for tornado or two today. tomorrow right across the plains and enhanced threat of severe weather across the
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plains. especially central parts of oklahoma and kansas. and then go into the day on monday moves farther off toward the east. with each of those days we will also have rain coming along with it here is the forecast nor the northeast today. little more gloom and cloud cover. little bit of rain as well down to the southeast. we will see the sunshine return. you will be looking really nice. send it back to you inside. >> welcome back. the likelihood of a hillary clinton and donald trump matchup is almost certain as we approach the conventions. and now the big question who will these frontrunners of the presumptive nominees lose to run with them? we big in maverick pack morgan to help us spin the veep stakes wheel. this is a "fox & friends" special here. good to see you. do you want to spin it. >> absolutely. should would start? >> okay. >> see who we land on. >> oh. newt gingrich. no one has been more articulate in defense of donald trump on television
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than the former speaker. is he a plausible pick for vp. >> absolutely. i think he would be drilled. the reason trump is interested in newt gingrich because he said i want someone with political experience who can help me in washington. who better than newt gingrich, the former speaker of the house? i think he is not only on the short list but in trump's top 1, 2, 3. interesting and one of the most interesting people in washington. spin it again. >> i hope we don't have the same one. >> oh. so this would be for hillary clinton the hud secretary. he and his twin brother are the hispanic darlings of the democratic party. i think with trump's current high negative rating with hispanics, hillary may want to double down. pick hispanic vp and have this historic candidacy that she is going to keep talking about into the general election. >> does he speak package? [speaking spanish ] >> not well, apparently. not that i care by the way. okay. what's the best morning show on television?
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we determined that try it again. i will try it oh, susanna martinez, the governor of new mexico. >> she was the nation's first female hispanic governor out of all 17 people who ran for the nomination she would be on the short list. female governor. strong republican. she brings a lot of credibility to anybody to the ticket and especially donald trump. >> nice person. and i do think he probably wants to pick a woman. gets along with women better. good pick if she would do it. want to spin one more time? >> one more time. >> okay. marco rubio. i also see marco rubio being in trump's top two or three potentially because former running mate, of course, from florida, even though trump beat him handily in florida. what marco brings other than being hispanic of course is the donor class loves him.
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trump says he wants to fund raise if he wants to fund raise at the traditional republican donor class marco rubio is a good choice because they love him. >> rubio tried to reach out to trump in an effort to become his v.p. pick and was turned down. do you buy that story? >> no. i think, listen, trump doesn't seem -- even though he says stuff. he doesn't seem to actually hold grudges. is he smart enough from a marketing and p.r. perspective is he going to choose the best pr pick for him and best choice for him. he wants to make a big splash. he will let by gonzales -- by gones be by gones. >> thanks. >> thanks for having me. >> one of our favorites here on "fox & friends." now new york city mayor bill de blasio, the man running this metropolitan into the ground wants people to boycott chick-fil-a because of political views. we will bring you latest on that relations between' u.s.
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relations called little obama. glazed with chocolate. african boy wearing an earring while eating ice cream. product is disturbing anti-obama pattern in russia. >> i have a solution for the carrier pigeon. we like to hunt. let's go hunting. let's pull outour shot guns and go. >> they are hard to kill. i have done it. >> bill de blasio is the mayor of new york city. very, very liberal mayor. okay? he has a beef can chick-fil-a. we all love chick-fil-a around here. the people are nice. it's a great company. the food is delicious by the way. the mayor is now asking new yorkers to boycott the fast food chain for its support of traditional marriage. bill de blasio saying in this group imparts a strong anti-lbgt message by enforcing employees and volunteers to adhere to policies that same sex love. is he a match for one of the country's most successful
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fast food chains? >> joining us now with her reaction is julie, director of the culture of alarmism project at the independent women's forum. good to see you this morning. julie. what is the mayor's problem with chick-fil-a? >> well, the liberal obsession with chick-fil-a is really, i think, baffling for a lot of americans. chick-fil-a is a very popular company. they treat their customers incredibly kindly. people always have a good experience at chick-fil-a. bill de blasio acting like a bully. embarrassment. unamerican to treat a company like this. new yorkers should be embarrassed by the mayor acting this. >> meanwhile new york has thousands of people living outdoors in midtown. they have legalized public your urination. they stopped cleaning up public graffiti. why go after a fast food chain? it's just easier? >> i don't know if bill de blasio knows this friday chicken restaurants have very little impact on
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marriage policy in the united states. i'm glad you brought up the real problems that new yorkers are facing. look, crime suspect. we have had slashings on buses and subways. the schools are a mess. traffic is a disaster. there is a housing shortage. people wish the mayor would focus on the real issues concerning new yorkers. but, of course, de blasio has a reason to distract new yorkers. his administration is under investigation. and he is a deeply unpopular mayor in new york. so i'm not surprised he is focusing on these nonissues. >> you mentioned that investigation. that's become now a national news story what would normally be just a small time local story but concerns about campaign finance, fraud allegations. and sort of a pay-to-play type thing going on up in albany, the state capital. of course he wants to detract attention from that? >> is he going to pivot to this because there are several investigations going on. is he trying to distract new yorkers not only from those investigations but, again, the real issues facing new
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yorkers. new york is noticeably dirtier. it's not managed well. and so i think that the voters are starting to wake up to this. he is not a popular mayor. is he going to focus on really these nonissues. again, chicken restaurants have nothing to do with marriage policy and what he is doing, i think, is really disturbing, also, from how mayors should act towards businesses that want to do business in new york. this is a jobs creating industry. he should be welcoming them and instead is he intimidating them. that's really disturbing behavior from a mayor. >> and yet though, on that side of the argument, he says that there are -- they give millions of dollars to organizations that are, you know, vociferously anti-gay. and, therefore, new york city is inclusive place to live and to work and that's why this company, he says, does not have a place here. what do you say to that? >> sure. but companies and ceos of companies are allow to do have whatever private beliefs that they want. they do not run their business this way.
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chick-fil-a doesn't ban people from the gay community of coming in and eating their sandwiches. they are kind to everyone. christianity really rules the way in which they treat other people with respect and kindness and courtesy. >> i think you are missing it. they disagree with the mayor, therefore, they shouldn't be allowed to be here. >> bingo. >> those are new rules. julie gunlock thanks for being here this morning. >> enjoy chicken sandwiches here. >> coming up, secretary john kerry has a plan to stop isis, open borders. >> there are no walls big enough to stop people from anywhere, tens of thousands of miles away who are determined to take their own lives while they target others. en. >> what planet is the secretary of state living on? we have the answer coming up. >> and, guys, if you waited until the last minute to get ur mom a mother's day gift or your wife, there is still hope. we have some the best gifts that you can buy today.
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stop people from anywhere, tens of thousands of miles away who are determined to take their own lives while they target others. >> john kerry's message to our next generation of leaders. a little bump at trump. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ [bugle] >> getting the track ready 142nd running of the kentucky derby.
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>> what a beautiful morning. >> oldest sporting event in american history. sam the bugler grossman calling us to attention for the 142nd running of that race. >> he is on the plaza while we take a live look at what's going on churchill downs sun comes up. beautiful day. abbey huntsman there. we will check in with her a little later. >> rick reichmuth with the forecast to see if we will get rain on the track. >> we have it covered from all angles this morning on "fox & friends weekend." heather nauert is here by the way there is a headline. >> thank you. >> she has our headlines. >> i do. i have a couple things i want to tell you about right now. a fox news alert. a suspended federal police officer taken down in a maryland parking lot following a shooting spree. police say the alleged gunman shot and killed his wife outside his children's school on thursday after she served him with a restraining order. and then at 11:15 a.m. yesterday, police say that he opened fire on three people outside a macy's department store, killing a man. two others were injured.
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then, just 45 minutes later he shot and killed a woman at a giant grocery store just a few miles away. he was then spotted eating at a boston market restaurant across the street from that grocery store an hour later. when he finally went to his car, that is when police made their move and he was arrested. u.s. troops hitting the ground in yemen join in the fight against al qaeda there for more than a year, our troops in yemen only engage in air combat. a pentagon spokesman says for the past two weeks they have added ground support including what they call, quote, a small number of military personnel and also medical teams. they say the move is temporary but put no time line on it. so we will be watching that story. a national hero forever honored. the heads stone of decorated navy seal chris keil -- chris kyle three years after the texas native was laid to rest. kyle, who registered 106 kills as a sniper four tours of duty in iraq. the most ever reported was
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fatally shot at a gun range by a fellow veteran who was -- some say suffering from ptsd. others say just went nuts. kyle became an american icon following the release of a movie about his life. be taya is a friend of the show. yesterday was a tough day to see that but also a celebration of his life in a sense too. they are a wonderful family. she is the strongest, among the strongest women i know without a doubt. and still optimistic despite everything that that family has been through. >> super articulate, too. there is a lot going on within the republican party. doubtless that the speaker of the house paul ryan says he is, quote, not ready to support donald trump. but now there appears to be some kind of meeting in the works between the speaker and the republican nominee, donald trump. >> yeah. and he came out on twitter to say this. doing a little bit of damage control. here is the speaker's twitter account i have invited donald trump for a meeting with g.o.p. leaders
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next week and i look forward to the discussion. >> all right. so that's not really a ringing endorsement. it's not turning around. he is going to sit down and talk with him. >> why didn't he start that -- i'm a little confused about this. paul ryan disagrees with trump on lots of things that's legitimate a lot of people do. why didn't he call trump last week amp he won the indiana primary. call him i disagree with you, let's get together and talk about x, y and z instead he calls cnn and says i want to attack the republican nominee. he doesn't call trump. why is that helpful? >> he thinks it is helping republican that's is looking out for in congress and wants to help them by not backing donald trump in that way but, you know, has some concerns about policy differences. >> sure. and wants to learn more about where donald trump stands on the issues. wants to bring donald trump more into the conservative camp. i agree with you, a phone call ahead of time or, i could have done. this he could have placed that phone call and said i'm going to call you out publicly but here, let's really get together and talk. that's the way it gets done,
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right? >> the battle lines are being drawn right now. seeing republicans on both sides of this issue coming out. lindsey graham, of course, who was a fierce competitor of donald trump during the primary campaign coming out this week and saying, quote: i do not believe is he a reliable republican conservative. nor has he displayed the judgment and temperament to serve as commander and chief. jeb bush almost said the exact same thing word for word. >> what's so interesting though lindsey graham particularly and jeb bush to some extent very angry about trump's position on the iraq war. he has called the invasion of iraq a total disaster for america. views that a lot of people share. they don't share it now, dick cheney who prosecuted the war, wasn't really charged with the iraq war, has come out and said is he voting for donald trump. he has called the bush presidency a disaster. he said there is absolutely no way we would want another bush in the white house. it was an absolute disaster. he was a main component. >> anthony is supporting trump. but that's not good enough for lindsey graham? >> is he showing a lot of
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maturity. right? a lot of maturity and political experience. whether you like donald trump or not. >> maybe he agrees. who knows. >> he is going to be the republican nominee although mitt romney had those meetings with bill kristol as was reported down in d.c. to talk about third party and bill kristol kind of thinking that mitt romney. >> jeb bush saying is he not going to throw his support. ♪ going to go to the convention. mitt romney saying the same thing. john mccain. dick cheneyen the other side of saying he does support donald trump. here is donald trump's response to all of this. watch. >> paul ryan, i don't know what happened. [crowd booing] >> i won't talk about jeb bush. i will not say -- i will not say he is low energy. i will not say it i will not say it and i won't talk about lindsey graham who had like. [crowd booing] >> you ever see this guy on television? he is nasty. he gets outdealt at all levels of the campaign, he leaves a disgrace, then he
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talks about i know more about the military than trump. i've been dealing with it for years. for years, yeah. and that's why we can't beat ice glis i wonder though, trump is making the point that lindsey graham has a tiny constituency of 8 people. why is he calling attention to lindsey graham. does it really matter what lindsey graham says. >> he gets upset when people call him out. >> he does get upset. he takes the bait every time. >> is this some shifting we are supposed to see in the campaign when he brings on manhattan manafort to act more presidential. >> who cares what they say. position be they will come around, don't you worry. do you know what i what i mean? >> we asked for your comment on this. she says those elites that won't support trump are not about america but about their own power. >> tucker, that's something you have been saying for a while. >> their rapidly diminishing power. >> donald, you have won and
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it's time you start to do act like a president. >> yeah. a little magnanimous response goes a long way. meanwhile, the secretary of state john kerry was giving a commencement speech the other day and he weighed in not simply on trump by implication but also on how he thinks we ought to be taking on isis. watch this. >> many of you were in elementary school when you learned the toughest lesson of all on 9/11. there are no walls big enough to stop people from anywhere, tens of thousands of miles away who are determined to take their own lives while they target others. so i think that everything that we have lived and learned tells us that we'll never come out on top if we accept advice from sound bite sales men and carnival barkers who pretend the most powerful country on earth can remain great by looking inward and hiding behind walls at a time that technology has made that impossible to do and unwise to even attempt.
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>> really? because if walls don't work, why are you surrounded by body guards? why do you have locks on your door at home? this is the most out-of-touch rich guy nonsense i think i have ever heard in my life. of course walls work. woe have them. >> do you ever travel overseas and go to a crummy country they make you get a visa coming over as measures. they have their walls and they have they're borders. >> don't worry about protecting yourself. we don't need to erect walls. technology is all over the place we can't handle it anymore. >> irony resurgence of nationalism. this border stuff league of nations stuff didn't work. is not working. this guy ♪ paying attention, i think. >> coming up here with abby huntsman most thrilling moment in sports getting ready to start. >> abby is looking beautiful at the kentucky derby. >> abby huntsman has the answer to these questions and great hat. good morning, abby. >> good morning, guys. i don't want to make you
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jealous but it is about the most beautiful morning you could ask for. horses pressing for later today for the derby. they are expecting a record number of people. they are already lining up outside. so the beautiful hats, the beautiful people and, of course, the beautiful horses. but getting them ready for today, it's not so pretty. i got a little taste of it yesterday. take a look. ♪ so i'm with ron from moq moqiuit racing. you freezing rain horses. big race, kentucky derby, how does that feel. >> awesome. >> do you feel good about it? >> i feel great. >> what is it like to have a horse in the kentucky derby. >> beside coach super bowl that's what you wake up 3:30 in the morning. >> first we will see what you know. >> i know nothing. >> we're going to show you a couple horses. >> you are going to work me. >> let me know how much straw and hay i have. ♪ >> like the exact number? >> yeah. exact number. >> now you are just tricking me because there is a lot.
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>> you don't work from outside there. >> what is this guy's name? >> right to vote. >> that's timely with the election, right? >> yeah. brush down with the coat. now, let me show you how we do it. almost like a shoe shine guy. let me get you a pitch fork. you are going to need it? >> pitch fork? >> yeah. keep the good and throw away what's bad. >> looking for poop. you are going to have me scoop up the poop? >> yeah. >> he is really putting me to work. >> i really do want to take him home. fit in my suitcase? want to come to new york with me, buddy? >> so, we have let you check inventory. >> how have i done? you were so so at that. [ buzzer ] >> the authors thing, i think the horse likes you, which is good be.
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i found the perfect job for you. i know you can do it. >> sure. >> positive. >> here. this is your uniform right here. >> this is what the jockeys wear? >> yeah. >> after watching you, i have figured out the perfect job for you,. >> this doesn't look good. >> left hand out. >> this doesn't look good. >> left hand out, hold this right there. smile. >> now, this is humbling. there you have it, folks. my next profession. >> so it was a pretty humbling day overall yesterday. i cleaned up horse poop and bet for the first time. i took advice from people in line with me and they steered me astray because i didn't win anything. i think they did it on purpose. i just got my official program so i'm hoping for better luck.
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niquist is the odds on. bet on him. >> betting a good idea or no. >> bad idea. they want something for themselves so they will lead you astray. i'm not happy about it. >> the ways of the world. >> thanks, be ay. thanks. >> -- abbey. >> thanks. >> there is a lot of work that needs to be done. they don't talk about though. >> prolific. that's for sure. never trump movement actually doing more to help hillary win the white house in 2016? meghan mccain counts herself among them. she will tell us what the thinking is. next. >> and caught on camera. a school bus goes on a wild ride. turn. >> he is all over the road. oh my -- >> that's a child behind the wheel. >> oh, goodness. ♪
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made on behalf of those living with chronic pain and struggling with oic. ready to do that at this point. i'm not there right now. and i hope to though. and i want to. but i think what is required is that we unify this party. >> that was speaker of the house paul ryan saying he is just not ready to support the republican nominee. he is not the only one, jeb bush and lindsey graham also announced yesterday they won't be backing donald trump for president. well, could the establishment be handing hillary a victory? here for a fair and balanced debate fox news contributor
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megyn mccain and former deputy communications director, deputy policy director for the ben carson presidential effort. welcome to you both. meg. >> good morning. >> first to you, the speaker of the house disagrees with the republican nominee on a bunch of things. that's okay. a lot of people do. why don't people call him up and say i want to convince you. instead of cnn saying i want to attack the republican nominee. >> there are a lot of people running for office right now that still have hesitations for donald trump. is he just giving them cover at the moment. he didn't say he was never going to endorse donald trump. he just said at the moment. not yet. and i think right now there is still a lot of conservatives. there is a lot of republicans. donald trump has said a lot of incendiary things throughout the election cycle. we want to make sure he is going to be a leader and not waiver on his conservative values and republican values. i think the speaker is just trying, again, to give cover to people who have r. still hesitant. >> you keep hearing trump supporters say it's a binary choice, it's either choice or hillary, choose one.
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but isn't one of the lessons of the trump campaign that people shouldn't be bound by party orthodoxy. they should be allowed to support the candidates their conscience leads them to. >> people can support whoever they want. but, in this election if they are going to decide not to support donald trump who 10.6 million voters have supported, they are going to be casting a vote for hillary whether they stay home or not. you know, one of the problems is that the establishment really was rejected, roundly, by the g.o.p. voters. and i think they are very upset. and if i were them, i would be upset, too. if the shoe were on the other foot. if donald trump had lost his bid for the nomination and told everybody he is going to tell all of his supporters to stay home, the establishment would have land basted him as a whiner or loser. this is the establishment is doing now whining and being a sore loser. >> i take umbrage with that
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for a variety of reasons. this has nothing to bo with establishment or are. say you have a friend or somebody someone with a disability. some of the things that he has said will give you pause. at the moment, this has more to do with the kind of character donald trump is the kind of leader is he going to be. right now he is the presumptive nominee for the republican party. what people like me want i want him to be leader for all productions. last week he said he is not interested. some republicans like me can wait eight years until he is out of the white house. if you want to be the leader of our party which like it or not there are two parties right now, republican and democrat. and as long as he wants to be the leader of this party, is he going to have to reach out to long, lifetime republicans and this isn't about being establishment. and that, quite frankly that argument is nag thin with a lot of voters. >> quite frankly. >> 10 point. >> do you see -- >> -- hold on a second, that argument doesn't ring hollow to the 10.6 million voters who have voted for trump. >> very small considering what a general election is
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going to be. >> i'm sorry, i wish we had more time. i hope that we will continue this debate in future days. thanks a lot for joining us. we are going to commercial. coming up video has people up in arms as a child falls into a will poovment parents let it happen on purpose. some say it's a greatke o lesson. what do you think?ne stay tuned. real is an animal rescue. amazing is over twenty-seven thousand of them. there is only one place where real and amazing live. seaworld. real. amazing
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hi there, sweety. 13 month old josie. thank you so much for coming in and telling us about this. >> thank you. >> a lot of people saw this video. people are split over it you have some folks who say how could that mom stand by a as her daughter seemed to be struggling somewhat and others say if you are teaching your child these safety skills, you are doing the right thing. tell us why you are doing this. >> base lost my son in a drowning. and i won't get a do-over with him. and after i lost him, i immediately said we are going to make sure our daughter julia at the time was three months old that she is safe. we enrolled her in the isr program. didn't think twice about it. it was the best decision we had ever made. and we had josie, our little miracle, and it was no question for her as well that she was 6 months and one day when she started the program. >> we are looking at pictures and just saw a picture of your beautiful little boy, jake. >> thank you. >> i can't imagine what your family has been through.
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>> nothing worse than losing a child and water is so frightening for so many parents. >> if you would jld, just tell me what happens. kids get away from you so quickly and he fell into the intercoastal you were saying. >> we were visiting family members for the thanksgiving day hooltd. and -- holiday. we had come in for the evening and cooking dinner. i was tending to my daughter julia who was 3 months and i heard someone say where's jake? and i will never forget that moment pause you are like what do you mean where's jake? he is playing. and the frantic 30 minute search for him and we found him and we lost him that night. and i have since made it my mission to keep other families from enduring this pain and guilt that we deal with every day. >> so before families judge that video, they need to know exactly where you come from and that your concern is other children. >> yes. >> tell me about how this
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program works. >> the program is only four to six weeks. it's five days a week, 10 minutes a day. is your child going to cry? more than likely, yes, but does your child cry when you put them in the car seat? >> a lot. >> but you do it because it's safe for them. the program is very structured and, you know, you have seen the results. >> so the goal is not so much to teach such a young child to swim because that's very difficult for a six month old but to help them stay afloat if god forbid they should fall in? >> correct. it's self-rescue. they can't graduate the program until they do it fully clothed. winter clothes, boot, jacket. >> joest can do it now. >> yes. >> that's great. you are based in florida. can you do it all over the country. >> go to live like jake.com we have isr's information on there. we also offer scholarships and we have provided over 300 just over three months nationwide. >> scholarship, parents can take their children if they can't afford it themselves.
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>> yes. >> there is nothing more important as parent, i think, than teaching your child just those basics. we are heart broken for what you went through with your family. >> thank you. >> thank you for coming in and sharing your story with us. >> thank you so much. >> all right. >> in the next hour, kerry is going to come back with an instructor who works with really young babies in the water and we will take josie for a swim and show you some of the techniques she has learned. coming up, could the 2016 election be decided by a bunch of convicts? what? democrats in one swing state just made a big move in that direction. we have a live report from the d.c. area coming up next. it is derby day. and that means big hats, southern charm. and a refreshing beverage. a little hypothetical it, has booze in it. of course it does. rick has it covered with perfect derby drink ideas that's coming up. ♪ it's 5:00 somewhere. ♪ this clean was like, pow!
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welcome back. well, a mad scramble by virginia democrat to tilt the scales in hillary clinton's favor this november. >> yeah, there is a new report that shows that they have now helped to register more than 2,000 convicted felons in just the last two weeks alone. >> so who has the details in this garrett teny, of course. he joins us live from washington. >> good morning, garrett. 2,000 in two weeks and
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democrats are hoping there will be a whole lot more over the next five months. two weeks ago democratic governor terry mcauliff signed executive order restoring the voting rights of more than 206,000 former felons. and almost immediately, there was a mad dash by the left leaning activist groups to register as many of those individuals as possible. this is according to a new report in the "the washington post." the post reports experts say as many as half of the newly eligible voters are african-americans who tend to vote for democrats. state republicans are now threatening to file a lawsuit over the executive action by mcauliff who is a former chairman of the democratic national committee and a long time clinton ally. virginian house of delegates speaker william j. howell is a republican issued this statement after the announcement. the singular purpose of terry mcauliff's governorship is to elect hillary clinton president of the united states. this office has always been a stepping stone to a job in hillary clinton's cabinet. the significance of the
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executive action was not lost on clinton either who tweeted out proud of my friend governor v.a. for continuing to break down barriers to voting, h. the 206,000 eligible voters would make up 6% of the electorate there in virginia. virginia is a key state so even that small number could play a big role come november. back to y'all. >> garrett tenney. >> thanks, appreciate it. >> i wonder if they are getting their second amendment rights restored? if you can vote but you can't go hunting? how does that work? >> that might be the next argue glment i hope it is. >> in a state like virginia which used to be a red state. >> if we don't trust you to shoot ducks? why are we letting you to choose our president? >> good point. >> couple headlines i want to bring you right now. a second grader stabbed on a playground during recess. now police in ohio are desperately searching for
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the man who walked on the school property and hurt a 7-year-old girl. glrm it was an adult male on our playground. >> okay. >> it was a student who got stabbed. and they stabbed a student. >> the dayton area school was placed on lockdown for several hours. the principal says there will be extra security in the next few days while children are outside. a motive for that stabbing still not clear. a minnesota judge rules that samples of prince's blood can be tested for d.n.a. >> why do we scream at each other? >> this is what it sounds like when doves cry. >> the test is being done in case any other people come forward claiming to be an heir of his judge also ruling that anyone with a claim that the singer estate has four months to come forward. prince suddenly died last month without a will leaving it unclear who inherits his 300-million-dollar fortune. a 12-year-old takes a school bus for a spin. oh my gosh.
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and the joy ride all caught on cam are -- camera. >> he is all over the road. oh my. >> a man in maine -- figures, tucker, your neck of the world. started recording when he noticed this bus driving erratically. he convinced his girlfriend to follow behind. soon enough they realized kid behind the wheel. he rushed on to the bus when it came to a stop. that 12-year-old was then taken into custody. good thinking on his part. service dog leaving paw prints on louisiana middle school by making an appearance in the yearbook. how cute is this? take a look at presley. he has even got the little leash in his mouth. a lot of attention online. the dog's owner suffers from muscular dystrophy and relies on presley to help him get around. when theyed can presley to sign yearbook he draws a paw print. >> school working in conjunction with the child.
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>> i love that. >> pup makes them happy. >> dogs improve everything. >> even weather. ask rick. rick is a big dog guy. >> i am now. >> i know. >> people who watch the show forever would always think i never would be. but i'm changed. i'm a horse guy this morning. we have my snooki paul and they like mints. they like regular mints. this is for kentucky derby. you guys are not racing today but take a look at what is going to be happening for the kentucky derby. graphics, 80 degrees and sunny skies. don't be fooled. there are going to be storms just to the north of louisville during race time and i think we're going to hold off but i will tell you if you are a spectator, you might be ready once that race is done to have a plan to get into a drier spot very, very quickly because it's going to be a couple storms moving through the area. across the northeast today, we have still that pesky system is bringing a lot of gloom that's with us today. and for a lot of the day tomorrow. get ready and down across areas of the southeast, we're going to see more sunshine and very nice temperatures.
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>> so it's cold down there. >> cold down where? no, it's about 08-degrees. >> 80? >> yeah. >> it's cold here. >> the ceo of diva moms.com. you don't have to go to churchill downs to throw your own derby style party. >> a lot of people get into this. here to show us the derby style is the ceo of diva moms liz stern, welcome. >> hello, guys. welcome. nice to see you. >> you can probably get some of this for mother's day, too. >> exactly. not only that i want to do make it a fashionable derby day party. that's what it is all about. we have a amazing skinny dip handbag which i absolutely love. $55. the color pastel. we have draper jeans bag which i love pearl necklace and pearl earrings. >> of course the hat. >> of course the hat. all about the hats for the derby. these are from old navy 15 to $25. >> wow. >> everyone needs a pair of
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shades. >> you can do that. >> we have pocket squares and we have these great bow ties. let's put your pack a tie in and vineyard vines as well. >> every man needs to look fashionable for the derby. >> let's talk about cocktails. all about the mint julep cocktail, right? >> yes, it is. >> kukafresca has a spin on it i made this for you. jason jars from retail me not. and on the app. just download it everything is cheap, inexpensive. and can you buy these at bed, bath and beyond. retail me not a place to buy derby items. >> what's a good cocktail? what goes into these puppies. >> you made a virgin one here fantastic. thanks for making a virgin cocktail. >> cucafresca.
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virgin. let's not forget candy bar. sugar feed. and licks. i forgot about licks. these are ready for the derby. >> they are premade shots? >> premade shots. >> sealed at the top so you just peal it back. >> what is this world coming to? >> the world changed with they put peanut butter and jelly in the same jar? [ laughter ] >> great. >> and then, guys, let's not forget you want to have pea pecan pie. gummies. we have games for the kids. >> you have to be ready for derby party. you have to have everything. the sweets, the cocktail, the fashion. it's all about having a fabulous derby party. >> are you having one? >> try to have one with the kids little bit later maybe
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play some games. >> short enough, only two minutes. of course the four hours. >> of course it's all about getting ready. >> check out. if you missed any of this, go to our website foxandfriends.com. we have a list of all of these things. liz, great to see you. >> happy derby day. >> happy derby day. happy mother's day. >> let's go back to you. >> i'm right here. >> are you calling me heather? >> that's a compliment. >> go back inside so i can talk back to you. >> thank you, clayton. it didn't take long, hillary clinton going straight for the race card. >> anybody who has listen to do him and how he has talked certainly can draw that conclusion. >> do you think is he a racist? >> i'm going to let people usage for themselves. >> looks like she has already judged herself. will that strategy work for her? sheriff david clarke weighs in on that coming up. it's a huge hit with kids across the country, the diary of a wimpy kid. and now the author is here,
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welcome back. so hillary clinton is implying strongly and many others on the left are saying outloud that donald trump is a racist. rebrought sheriff david clarke in this morning to assess that claim. sheriff, it's good to see you this morning. >> thanks. happy mother's day to all the mothers out there. >> thank you. >> we want to play a montage of some of the things that hillary clinton has said about donald trump saying is he a bigot. assess this please, watch. >> anybody's who listen to do him and how he has talked certainly can draw that conclusion. >> do you think is he a racist? >> i'm going to let people judge for themselves.
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>> there are a lot of people who are racist. >> oh my god. did you just say that? >> i'm not saying. >> you just said that. >> well, that's true. >> so you think that people who vote for donald trump are racist. >> they're not all racist. >> you led with that. >> no. i said there are a lot of people who are. >> what do you think? >> wasn't he meat head? >> you are a racist. i'm a racist. everybody's a racist. this word gets overused it hardly has any meaning anymore. this is a classic case of the pot calling the kettle black. mrs. bill clinton is the recipient of the margaret sanger award. the founder of planned parenthood. she supported -- she was a you black race a weed. she embraces that award. she embraces the support of an organization planned parenthood that kills more black babies than any other race. this is party, the democrat party that stood in the way of the civil rights act in 1964 that stood in the way
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of lip con trying to freed the slaves that embraced and endorsed and voted for senator robert bird, a former clansman, they welcomed him into the party as they did george wallace who stood in the schoolhouse door and said segregation today, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever. her party has a history of racism. i'm not going to sit up here and be lectured about mrs. bill clinton about who is a racist and who is not a racist. >> they want you to remember about robert bird sweep that under the rug. >> longest serving democratic senator ever. >> don't bring up robert bird. right now republicans are split. you read the front page of the "new york times" this morning, of course, have you jeb bush saying he will not endorse, donald trump that he, quote, doesn't have the temperament to be president of the united states there are some on the right saying look, we need to unite. that's the only way we are going to beat hillary clinton. you agree? >> wholeheartedly. the circular firing squad has to stop. i've been telling people
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hold your fire for now. let the smoke clear and take an assessment where we are at right now. it's political suicide for anybody to talk about sitting this out for waiting another four years and allowing mrs. bill clinton to become the next president of the united states. when i hear crazy talk like running another candidate or writing somebody else's name in, that's tantamount to playing russian ryu lay with a semiautomatic handgun. how smart is that? it's time for people to realize that donald trump, like him or not, connected with more voters than any other candidates. i say don't g-t upset with donald trump. get upset with your candidate who could not connect with the voters to win this nomination. i think in time -- look, donald trump is going to have to convince people to vote for him. that's his job. i'm not telling anybody to get on board. you can do what you want with your vote. but to sit up there at this point now and let raw emotion and that's what jeb bush is doing, raw emotion and anybody else saying never trump is going to have
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to pivot and start saying and it might be hard for -- hard bitter pill for some people to swallow. they will have to start saying never mrs. bill clinton. >> all right. sheriff david clarke, always great to see you. >> thank you. >> coming from wisconsin this morning. >> thank you. >> russian roulette with a semiautomatic. that's my new favorite phrase ever i'm going to steal it and not give you credit. thanks, sheriff. >> you're very welcome. >> coming up here on the show, rush limbaugh has some advice for trump. >> there is compromise here. it better be not trump moving to ryan. i know that's blasphemy to some but i'm sorry. it is what it is. >> more on the ryan trump battle straight ahead. >> and it's a massive hit with kids across the country. 165 million copies sold. the diary of a wimpy kid. this morning, the author is here in the studio with us teaching us how to draw his characters. don't miss that we'll be right back. tired of working for peanuts?
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thank you! thank you! what a week! we sat down, we kicked back, and we watched tv! [ cheering ] this win is just the beginning! it doesn't end here. because your laundry can wait!
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keep those sweatpants on! order another pizza! and watch on! [ cheering ] don't wait a whole year for xfinity watchathon week to return. upgrade now to add the premium channel of your choice so you can keep watching. call or go online today. >> well, it's a big year for that wimpy kid series. it's a series that sold over 150 million books worldwide and inspired three movies. just premiered its own musical. come on. it's an empire. there is also an 11th book on the way. here to talk about that whole empire and a whole lot more the author jeff kiny, the creative officer behind storey ark media and a bunch of wimpy kid fans. welcome to the show. >> thanks for having me. >> if your kids are too young haven't got noon it? >> diary of a wimpy kid is about a middle school
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weakling struggling to get through middle school as we all did. and it sort of tracks his journey through his middle school years. >> and so you have also come up with a bunch of other great ideas. digital format games like pop tropica. >> i have a job working for story ark media virtual world made of all these islands where kids can go on epic adventures. great story telling. >> great story telling. how old are you. >> 7. >> 7, 10, a bunch of different kids here. 11? all right. going to be drawing. how important is it getting kids involved getting away from maybe just plopping them in front of a tv screen, getting them involved in drawing and getting that creative spark? >> at every moment you are either consuming or creating. it's great for kids to create. when they are given the tools to create and tell their own stories, that's where our mission is aligned. >> one of your missions is to really make it easy for kids to be able to draw. that's why we have the evil
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evil -- esell easle. i wanted to teach the kids how to draw oliver. do you know who oliver is? >> he's the main character in the book. >> okay. so, now, what's the challenge here? >> the challenge is we are going to draw three circles, right? the first one of his eyes. >> got your boards here? okay. three eyes. >> and then not three eyes. the one of the circles is one of the eyes, right? >> i would be great at this. >> and then another big oval, right? and then another circle right here. and this is kind of oliver's head. right? >> you guys doing okay? >> yeah. >> we need some eyeballs in there. >> and then we are going to draw a mouth over here. pop tropkins do not have noses. he has this wild air. this isn't the best oliver in the world. this is just kind of wild
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hair that he has. let me see how you did. >> i like the differences. different styles among the kids. different styles how they want to do it. >> that's good, guys. that's the thing we impress upon children not right or wrong way to do it. pen on paper and start to create. >> when kids are drawing, they are telling their own story. i think we are actually going to have a draw off here where we can tell a story through drawings. >> we are going to do that as we head to break. are you ready for a drawoff? you have good ones here. i like the hair. go to commercial break, you are ready for animal competition? how about a parakeet with a mustache? >> >> oh. >> you like that one? >> new book is out when? >> november 1st. >> 119 book. >> i can't keep up. >> thank you. >> coming up on the show. donald trump has a brand new target on twitter. democrat elizabeth warren blasting the g.o.p. frontrunner online. trump responded in true trump fashion.
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our nation's capital this morning. three people dead and another three wounded. suspect now in custody. we'll have the breaking details. that's straight ahead. >> jeb bush, lindsey graham, teaming up to boycott donald trump. the question is do voters care? >> i won't talk about lindsey graham who had like 1 point. he talks about i know more about the military than donald trump. i've been dealing with it for years, yeah, years, that's why we can't beat isis. >> do you know who cares? donald trump cares. we will have the latest on
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the brawl within the republican party next. >> and a military dad surprises his son who has down syndrome in a moment that will melt your heart. >> can i sit here? >> he found his opening. >> dad? [ laughter ] dad! >> the surprises don't stop there. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> that's a rose gold bugle. that is sam the buoy glory grossman. i was just with him back stage. is he unbelievable buoy glory calling us to attention for the 102nd running of the derby today. some beautiful horses out on the plaza this morning. we have great drinks. in fact, heather nauert
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brought in some of the cocktail shots. >> yeah, did i. >> she brings the liquor with her every time. >> i brought it for you. >> that's not the only celebration going on today in america. >> what else? >> in western maine today is the andover fiddle head festival. if you are by go get fiddle heads. lawn mower race. >> what is a fiddle head? >> fiddle head is a north country delicacy. it's a kind of weed that grows only in the late spring and for about two weeks. >> it's a weed. i'm not sure i'm buying this, tucker. all right. we have to trust the maynards. >> it's great to be with you guys. when they asked me to work this saturday and i said who is hosting they said tucker and clayton. i said i'm in. it was a pleasure to get up at 3:00 this morning with you two. >> nice to see. >> you okay. got a couple headlines i want bring you right now. let's get right to that fox news alert. a suspended federal police officer taken down in maryland in a parking lot there following a horrific
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shooting spree. police say the alleged gunman shot and killed his wife outside his children's school on thursday after she served him with a restraining order. then, at 11:15 a.m. yesterday, police say he opened fire on three people in the parking lot of a macy's department store, killing a man. two others were injured. then, 45 minutes later, he shot and killed a woman at a giant grocery store just a few miles away. he was spotted eating at a boston market restaurant across the street from that grocery store. an hour later, when he went to his car that is when police made their move and he was finally arrested. and this is a heart breaking story. a love story for the hero who made the ultimate sacrifice. this morning, we are learning that the navy seal who was killed by isis earlier this week in iraq had married his fiancee in secret before he deployed. petty officer first class charles keating the fourth and brook clark had planned for a november wedding. we had telling you about this story this week.
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he eloped before he went to iraq just in case something happened. 31-year-old navy seal from arizona was killed responding to a surprise isis attack and some of the men he served with say he undoubtedly saved their lives. what a hero. we're grateful. well, new this morning, london swears in its first muslim mayor. city khan marking a political milestone in the western world. the labor politician winning despite a bitter campaign against conservative rival zach goldsmith who attempt to do link khan to terrorism and extremists. during victory speech activist paul irving turned his back to the new mayor as khan urged londoners to come together. mitt romney standing by his comments not to support donald trump but key take that as far as running for president himself as the third party candidate? the 2012 g.o.p. nominee meeting privately with conservative leaders in washington. they're looking for someone to challenge trump in the general election. trump has repeatedly
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criticized ronald any as the republican candidate who should have won four years ago. and those are your headlines. guys, what do you think of that? >> bill kristol meeting with him saying look, he almost run before or he ran before. this san opportunity for us to sit down and have a discussion and see if he going to run in the next few months. >> if you are a republican in washington and agree with hillary clinton on globalization and a lot of them do, then just say so. why go do you the kabuki of pretending there is going to be a third party. look, that's going to elect hillary clinton. they know it why don't you say it outloud. it's okay. it's not a moral crime to vote for hillary. people do that be honest about it. >> michael bloomberg looked into this. billionaire michael bloomberg looked into the idea of running as a third party candidate. this thing is going to cost too much money. we can't get on the ballot. it's logistically not possible. i don't get where they are coming up with this idea if that's their sentiment that they wish somebody else were out there, okay, that's fine. >> agree -- >> -- there is a fracture right now. there is a division, of course, in the republican party. we saw this earlier in the week when the speaker of the house paul ryan came out and said i'm not ready to support donald trump. i'm not going to do it.
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well, it looks like maybe there could be damage control happening this morning because the speaker has now taken to his twitter account to say some of the following: he says i've invited donald trump for a meeting with g.o.p. leaders next week and look forward to the discussion. he is going to have a meeting with him. >> so rush limbaugh, the most popular radio show host in america has weighed in on this. here is what he said. >> if trump, in order to get ryan's support, moves toward the republican agenda, it's not good for trump. that would be an error. that would be maybe an -- even an unforced error. trump is where he is precisely because he's not perceived as being part of it. if there is compromise here, it better not be trump moving toward ryan. i know, that's blasphemy to some but i'm sorry. it is what it is. >> it's the truth. i totally agree with him. >> look, millions of actual republican voters just voted for donald trump. maybe more than even live in
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paul ryan's congressional district. >> right. >> so who is to say what it is to be republican. republican voters have weighed in on that question. donald trump needs help. he has never run for office before. he has self-control issues. that's obvious. people like paul ryan and mitt romney could be helping him. here are the things you need to do. they could be making the case. they don't bother to call the guy. they go on tv and attack him. >> you and i have had side bar conversations about that before that the republican party might be better off trying to co-opt donald trump and saying look, you have been a businessman all these years. we don't expect i to know the specifics of these type of issues. common core let's have a conversation about it. and help get him better up to speed. i think they would have much better success doing that as opposed to isolating him. >> here is the problem i have with it the message not just to trump. is he one man. what about the millions of people voting for him. i feel like the republican leadership is saying to them we don't want you in our party. we consider you morally suspect and socially beyond the pale.
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we don't want you in our club. i think it's a bad message to send to voters. >> on the other hand though, let me say. this paul ryan is looking out for his congressional leadership and for his congressional members and they have real concerns about the down-ballot candidates and whether republicans and a legitimate concern about losing control of the house or the senate. so, by distancing himself, he helps give some of those republicans out there who will be running this year some political cover. >> maybe but why not improve trump? wouldn't that be the ultimate cover to have a better candidate? >> and also donors and lobbyists also being protected right now. this is maybe where the rift is coming down in the republican party. you see jeb bush coming out this week saying that donald trump does not have the temperament to be president and he is not going to support him. mitt romney saying i'm not going to the convention. lindsey graham this week saying almost the same words as jeb bush that donald trump does not have the temperament to be president and he will not support him. here is donald trump's response to all of this. >> but i won't talk about jeb bush. i will not say -- i will not say he is low energy. and i not say it.
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won't talk about lindsey graham, who had like one point. [crowd booing] >> you ever see this guy on television? he is nasty. he gets outdealt at all levels of the campaign. he least a disgrace. and then he talks about "i know more about the military than trump. i've been dealing with it for years." yeah, for years. that's why we haven't defeated isis. >> why is trump punching down? he is the republican nominee. lindsey graham has like 8 constituents for his foreign policy views. >> because that's what he does. somebody goes after him or if he perceived that someone goes after him he fights back. >> he has been asked these questions this week. people are lining up. paul ryan, jeb bush, lindsey graham. and then you have people like dick cheney throwing their support by donald trump. >> that's the most interesting thick of the week. everyone is mad in washington at trump because he criticized the iraq war and yet, now, dick cheney, who prosecuted that war is basically in charge of it is endorsing trump?
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so, how crazy can trump's views be if dick cheney is voting for him? >> i have to think this is going to help donald trump in the long run. when you have some major candidates including mitt romney saying i'm not going to the convention and support this guy, i think those establishment republicans split from donald trump. >> he should just say lindsey graham, i wish him well. i'm the nominee, who cares what he thinks or mitt romney who cares? be magnanimous. >> is he a new yorker. not easy to do. [ laughter ] >> apparently not. >> so, elizabeth warren, she is back in the news right now. she has been on this flurry of tweets against donald trump using pretty expolitical police sit language. >> late last night. >> she did the donald trump thing. >> middle of the night. took to twitter to say we saw what happened when birthers like donald trump attacked barack obama they lost big. americans knew better. >> donald trump lied his way through the primaries
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without being held ha countable that's over. >> she is calling trump a racist. trump responded. >> irony upon irony. here it. >> listen to this. >> so i hear that goofy elizabeth warren -- and i'm serious. this is a woman who has not done anything in the united states senate her whole career is a fraud because she goes out and she says she's a native american. i won't use the word indian because they saynot a nice word to use. so i will not say indian. she is a native american 5%. i think that hillary should run with goofy elizabeth warren. i would love to beat them. she plays her woman's card, right? hillary clinton plays -- it's the only card she has. because, honestly, without that card, she would get nobody voting for her. nobody. >> so trump isn't impressed by elizabeth warren but he still likes elizabeth warren more than hillary clinton
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likes elizabeth warren. i can bet you that. the chance of picking elizabeth warren is zero. >> elizabeth warren is acting on behalf of hillary clinton as attack dog as a woman and a way a woman can. >> they hate each other though. >> let us know what you think about in this morning. holy smokes. you thought it would be boring on a weekend? never. >> is rick taking selfies with horses? that can't be true. >> that was supposed to be when the camera was off. i have two buddies out here. i learned they like mints and favorite spot to be pet is right here. that's what i'm learning. here is what is going on. temps as you are waking up. chilly across a lot of the east and down across parts of the southeast. as you are going to warm up. start that warm-up across the southeast today and tomorrow. we have had this pesky system plaguing much of the east and actually a little bit worse than that a lot of clouds, a lot of rain, in fact, some spots have seen
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six to eight inches in flooding in areas of virginia this week. we have a little bit more rain today. it will finally begin to move out of here by tomorrow afternoon. mother's day tomorrow afternoon looking okay. out toward the west another system bringing gloomy conditions there and flooding rains across parts of wyoming. send it to you inside. >> enough of this rain on the east coast. thanks, rick. >> hold your horses, rick. >> hold your horses, rick. >> coming up, would a -- with a showdown between donald trump and hillary clinton looking more likely who would be the running mate? we are spinning the wheel of vp prospects. >> hillary clinton trying to discredit the hacker who says he broke into her private email server. but now that hacker is blowing her story out of the water. he has been extradited to the u.s. it's amazing story. and we have got it here on "fox & friends." ♪ we're not going to take it ♪ oh your so condescending ♪
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well now that the presidential nominees have, in effect, been chosen, who will their vp picks be? here to break down the choices is political strategist morgan ortegas. we are going to spin the wheel of veeps. something she came up with in other apartment in new york. do you want to spin the wheel. >> of course i have always wanted to be vanna white. >> like the casino i have got my finger in the wheel. governor martinez in new mexico is she a wise pick. >> she would have been one of the top choices for any of the 17 candidates that ran for president. she was the nation's first female hispanic governor two term governor in new mexico and incredibly well
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respected. wise of trump to consider a woman and hispanic, of course. >> let me spin the wheel. wait, it's on bill clinton. this seems like a kooky choice but it's a kooky year. >> i think if hillary clinton does anything traditional this year she is going to lose. et cetera specially against someone like trump. so picking bill clinton would be a little bit of a constitutional conundrum and the 12th amendment and 22nd amendment are sort of, you know, contradictory whether he could do it or not. putting the constitution aside from a pr perspective, why not? the two of them have presented a package deal of themselves to america for the past 30 years. why not just go all in. if you watch the end of season three of house of cards, this might make sense. >> do you think it's a little weird the uber feminist hillary clinton is running on her husband's economic record she is saying vote for me because the 90 were great? it's derivative kind of argument. she. >> she should be running on her own record but that's not that great. >> oh it's on top tim kaine senator from virginia. >> another choice for hillary clinton.
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her camp was actually leaked. governor of virginia. military background. strong choice. she is going to be looking. trump is making inroads in places like white working class voters which have traditionally gone to the democratic party. she has to have someone help her there because she has been losing ground. >> big time. we have always heard how trump is doing poorly among hispanic voters and hillary is doing bad among white voters. >> scott brown. one of the first to endorse trump early in the primary. trump likes loyalty. he was in the senate. he does know how to work washington from. a television perspective ladies love scott brown. that's a good choice. >> he has been on the couch many times sitting in anchoring and did a great job. thank you. >> absolutely. >> great displays to go. making this in your apartment. thank you for fantastic wheel play with in the commercial break. thanks. coming up, this video has people up in arms, some of them anyway a baby falls
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into the pool and parents let it happen on purpose. >> good girl. >> it wasn't cruelty. there was a lesson behind. this we will tell you what it was. the mother and baby in that video join us live with an expert tell you techniques you need to know to save your children from possible tragedy. that's next. and the best story you will see all day, a military father returning home for the first time in six months surprising his special needs son. surprise doesn't end there. you have got to see the rest to believe it stay tuned. ♪ later on when i got home ♪ i left the tv on ♪ i saw a little we're out of ink.
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of paragraph good morning, it's now 23 minutes after the hour. a quick look at your headlines now. a canadian family watches in horror through a security camera as their home goes up in flames. the massive wildfire in fort mcmurray. it could double in size by tonight, we are told it already spans 390 square miles and has leveled 1600 buildings so far. about 80,000 people had to be evacuated. imagine that and could mount st. helens be waking up more than 130 small earthquakes have now been detected trembling beneath the surface in the last three weeks alone. scientists say the volcano is recharging. no signs it will erupt any time soon. we have a little baby here if you can hear it the last time mount st. helens erupted was 37 years ago. 57 people died. clayton? >> some on social media up in arms over this video showing a six-month-old baby tumbling into a pool and struggling to stay afloat. the mother of the baby says she didn't think twice about it especially after losing a
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child in a drowning accident. >> joining us now the mother in that video and the baby in that video jozy and carrie morrison is here as well as their instructor infant swimming resource ashley bulivant. thank you so much for coming. >> good morning. >> we showed this video earlier this week on "fox & friends" of your little adorable baby struggling in the water a little bit. you have a very serious reason for doing that tell us about that. >> well, one, i don't feel it's struggling. i know that's how it's being portrayed but she had already been in the lessons for three weeks and the reason why she even had clothes on at that point is she was ready for that point. so, i don't look at it as a struggling baby. i look at it as a breathing baby. her face is above the water. and if she were to be alone in the water, that's what she would do. >> that's the whole point. >> you have a tragic story at the heart of all of this. tell our viewers who might not understand this story why you are so passionate about this. >> because i lost my son jake in a drowning accident about two and a half years
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ago. he was six weeks shy of his third birthday and we will never get a do-over with him. and i truly believe that these lessons could have saved his life. so as a parent, the grief, the guilt that you deal with and knowing that i could have somehow avoided my son's death, it just fuels my fire to just make sure that people understand there are programs out there that can save your child. >> we're just so heart-broken for you and your family and all you and your husband have been through. you have this little girl josie and you started this foundation in your son's honor called live like jake where you are getting the word out about the dangers not only of water but the importance of teaching children at such a young age how to survive if god forbid they should fall in. >> yes. if you go to live like jake.com, see more about that. and swim lessons as ashley can tell you, they are just one layer of the protection. adult supervision is number one. but it failed. >> all right, ashley. we want to bring you into this because this level, and we are seeing this video,
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the training -- kids learning to remain boy grant under their own body weight. tell us what infant swim region source does. people say this is terrifying. this must be traumatic for the children. it's so important. what do you do. >> clayton, look at these as you see these children, little, little things floating on top of the water like that that's incredible. >> thank you. i think it's amazing. it teaches self-rescue skills to infants and young children six months to about 6 years old. we are able to work with children one-on-one in 10 minute lessons five days a week for about 4 to 6 weeks and get them skilled to the point where they are independent. >> what type of skills are we talking about here? >> that's a great question. what you saw josie demonstrate in the video that you have been showing is really the fundamental self-rescue skill. she falls in the water, she is able to orient herself get on her back and remain there until help can get to her. once she is older and walking and usually once they are 1 or a little bit older they are able to actually incorporate a swim, still rolling back to float
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when they need to both and rest and continuing that sequence until they can get to the edge or safety. >> i have heard it say start them young, really young. we have water birth, right? women give birth in water that they have an aptitude for it it's when you separate them for from water that a few months that you run into trouble. should really get them started right away, right? >> a child is mobile, they are able to make their way to water. that's really the idea behind the way that we teach honors how young children learns skills. instructures highly trained resource instructures and parents are educated as well. isr instructures are able to teach these dismiss a way that makes sense to how they are learning physical skills anyway. >> the group is called isr. you are based in florida but you have instructures all around the country. tell us about that. >> we have 500 instructures throughout the united states and in 16 other countries. you can go to infant swim.com to learn more and see videos of more of our students performing their skills. >> and, carey, you provide
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scholarships to help for the families that can't afford to do these lessons on their own in jake's name, your son's name? >> yes. we have provided almost 300 in 18 months. our main source of income for that is our 5 k which happens to be next week in florida. if you are in florida. you might run with us. >> you have turned such an incredible tragedy and something unimaginable into something so positive for some families. thank you. >> thank you. >> next hour we will head over to the pool where jozy is going to put her swimming lessons into practice by demonstrating her ability to self-rescue. we will check out that coming up. thank you, guys. >> thank you so much. >> coming up here on the show, a reporter out in the field gets caught in the crosshairs of a mad man. >> [gunfire] >> who fired the shots and how that reporter's life was saved. that's next. and hillary clinton desperately trying to discredit the hacker who saying he broke into her private email server. now that hacker is blowing
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her story out of the water. the exclusive update straight ahead. >> plus, this is the most exciting two minutes in sports. and our lovely abby huntsman has a front row seat to all kentucky derby action and, whoa, she has a special guest. hi, abby. glrng guys, we're having so much fun. i'm getting. >> hey. >> i'm getting a little tired. >> good morning. >> are you tired, darling? >> can you convince them. >> barn stable dance. >> it's the dance last night. >> you guys got to come back. >> you want to come back and see us dance more.
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who would you vote for in november ballot or hillary clinton. >> i would have to do hillary clinton. >> who do you think will be in the polls. >> i think. >> who do you think you would barnard or slippery kitchen. >> of the two i would -- i'm leaning more of a republican vote. >> in november who do you think you would vote for rug or were. >> i don't know yet. >> who do you think will be ahead in the polls college scum or history chicken? >> man, i think donald trump will pull in front of hillary. >> who do you think you would vote for are hunk. >> i would vote for hillary. >> who do you think america will vote for model truck or timothy's smitten? >> i don't know. >> who do you think people will vote for. >> i think it's going to be
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miller. >> here's the lesson. people don't listen to tv hosts very carefully. >> that's right. >> either that or. >> say whatever you want. >> either that or they feel badly for them and don't want to correct them. >> our viewers indulge us in a lot of mistakes, too. thank you for that by the way for not holding us to high standards. >> we hear about it on twitter. >> sings he has gotten off twitter no complaints man. >> i'm off the social media. >> only snap chat now? >> pictures disappear. >> and tinder. many are you a swipe left or right? >> i have never seen it. >> he has no idea what i am talking about. >> substantiated out with a serious story right now. theres with a second grader stabbed on play ground during recess at school. now police in ohio desperately searching for the man who walked on to the school property and hurt a 7-year-old girl. >> it was an adult male on our playground and it was a student that got stabbed?
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>> yes. >> and they stabbed a student. >> unreal, dayton area school was on lockdown for several hours. principal says there will be extra security in the next couple of days while the children are outside. a motive for the stabbing is still not clear. tense moments outside a courthouse. take a look at this. [gunfire] >> a gunman shoots at a journalist who is facing charges for revealing state secrets in turkey. the gunman shouting traitor before firing several rounds at the former newspaper editor. the journalist was giving a statement to other journalists at the time but was not hit. another reporter, however, was hurt. and the romanian hacker claiming easily breached hillary clinton's private email server says he has been talking with the fbi with n. a fox news exclusive to our catherine herrige.
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marcel who goes by gucifer. listen to. this you have talked to the fbi on the plane, you said? >> right. because they came after me. >> he claims he protocol open clinton's server classified emails deemed top secret. that hacker has now been extradited to virginia. and a nice story to tell you about right now. a military dad surprises his son who has down syndrome at school in a moment that will melt your heart. watch this. >> can i sit here? >> he found his opening? >> dad? [ laughter ] >> dad! >> and there he is hugging his son, 15-year-old joshua. overwhelmed with joy, seeing his dad airman john greet
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hun spent the last six months deployed to asia. the dad crawls across the floor to surprise his daughter jessica during her lunch hour. she leaps into his arms and hugs her dad. hard. and there is nothing better than when your kid does that right? >> love that. >> all right. thank you so much, heather. get outside to rick reichmuth who earlier was standing amongst horses. >> now, with mothers. >> there is nothing better than daughters taking their mothers to new york for mother's day. >> right. [cheers] >> happy mother's day from california. >> thank you very much. >> you have a sign. i always say if you bring a sign you are getting on. happy mother's day. you are the mother here. >> right. >>, mother's day and birthday. huge celebration. take a look at the weather map. show you what's going on. sorry you have a gloomy day across the northeast for mother's day celebration. it will get better. tomorrow severe weather across parts of the ohio valley and back across parts
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of the high plains in parts of colorado. tornadoes tomorrow across areas of kansas and oklahoma especially so. watch out for that and then into monday still dealing with that same system slowly moving towards the east bringing that threat for severe weather. today, more gloom across the northeast. it will get out of here by tomorrow afternoon. as a nice present to the moms. down across the southeast we have a really great day. in fact, a couple of nice days in store. and in across the northern plains we have a few showers and that stormy conditions that we are going to see across parts of nebraska as well. a little bit of severe weather and maybe some flooding across parts of wyoming as we saw yesterday, some flooding with 3 or 4 inches. maybe we will see that again today. all right. happy mother's day. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> thanks, rick. >> it's derby day in america. the 142nd annual kentucky derby gets underway tonight at 6 p.m. eastern. people travel across the country to churchill downs to bet on horses, show off their hats, drink and of course do some star gazing.
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>> that's right. fox news correspondent abby huntsman joins us now from churchill downs. lovely hat. good morning, abby. >> she looks beautiful. >> good morning, guys. beautiful day here at churchill downs. it's really been a weekend full of parties. last night was the barn stable ground gala. top ten parties in the world. "fox & friends" fashion, of course, we had to crash the party and talk to some of the celebrities. you will recognize someone who we talked to. take a look. >> this is extraordinary event. you are trying to help people cure diabetes. that's a very good thing for humans to be active in. and then to celebrate, it becomes part of this kind of, you know, the iconic thing of the derby. >> the musicians that are here they all get up and perform. like every single one it blew my mind. >> got to go for sun breaking news wins we are hoping that there isn't sun breaking news because then i would have to leave and go back to new york. >> good morning "fox & friends." >> the mornings are better with "fox & friends." >> hey, "fox & friends."
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>> "fox & friends." >> "fox & friends" rock. and, hey, "fox & friends" was running in the derby, they would daylight. >> yeah. >> talk to you later with the big hat. big. >> going to go big. >> everything is big. i love it everyone has having a lot of fun. >> how are you you, darling? >> i have someone also huge. everyone knows him. probably one the best guitarist in the world. we loving you here this morning. you played last night. probably slept like an hour. >> two hours but i had a blast. >> how was it? >> it was phenomenal. we definitely blew the roof off the place. a lot of talent there. >> had you a hot date too. >> i had a hot date miss laura anthony. we are doing a record together. interesting story because she used to work with michael jackson. and then prince tried to steal her. >> you stole her at the end of the day. all right. bring over the guitar because this is what you played last night. you auctioned it off. >> yeah. >> we have been doing this year years now with the
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barnstable party and raised $30,000 for diabetes last night. >> diabetes. something that impacts all of us. >> my grandmother died from it. i want to do keep it after i played it i honestly do. >> you have done the derby for years now. you love this. >> this is like the fourth year, yeah. >> amazing, incredible. >> i love it. i'm a horse guy. what can i tell you? >> it's amazing. i want you to promise something because we were talking earlier you have not been on the plaza yet to play for "fox & friends." you said you are going to come. >> i will play now. are you kidding me? >> come join news new york. >> i will, please. >> he will hang out with us all morning long. i'm so glad you came to join me. we get to dance. i'm sorry you can't be here. i know it looks a little -- you are a little jealous but i'm in good hands? >> abby's husband is not there right now. >> be on the set with us tomorrow morning, i think. >> rock star. >> she will be hosting tomorrow. >> maybe she will. >> she'llable here on this mother's day. wonderful. >> mint juleps.
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and run your business. legalzoom. legal help is here. welcome back. a quick look at your headlines this morning, criminal edition. up to no good and caught on camera. every step of the way. a group of students in -- got in through some locked doors and vandalized a florida high school. they decide to do steal a golf cart as well and they
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filled the hallways with spray from a fire extinguishers. all eight kids are charged with felonies including grand theft. student in australia living large after $4 million was accidently put in her bank account. christine lee received the overdraft from her bank four years ago and instead of reporting it, she went on a shopping spree. she was arrested this week. there is morals in these here stories, tucker. >> yeah. don't paste your crimes on facebook. mad dash to tilt the skills n. in virginia in hillary clinton's favor this november. registered 2,000 convicted felons in just the last two weeks. voting rights restored by the governor of that state last month. garrett tenney live in washington, d.c. with the latest on this unfolding story. gate, good morning. >> tucker, good morning. democrats are hoping there will be a lot more of those individuals register to do vote in the last five months before the general election. this all started two weeks
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ago when democratic governor terry mcauliff signed executive order restoring the voting rights of 206,000 former felons. almost immediate there there was a mad dash by left leaning activist groups to register as many of those individuals as possible. this is according to a new report in the "the washington post" which says that experts believe as many as half of the newly eligible voters are african-americans who tend to vote for democrats. that isn't lost on state republicans who point out that governor mcauliff is a former chairman of the democratic national committee and a long-time clinton ally. even holding a fundraiser for her just a couple months ago in his own house. that's why state republicans are now threatening to file a lawsuit. virginia house of delegate speaker william j. howell issued this statement after the announcement. the singular purpose of terry mcauliff's governorship is to elect hillary clinton president of the united states. this office has always been a stepping stone to a job in hillary clinton's cabinet.
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hillary clinton was not disappointed with this announcement though. she tweeted out proud of my friend governor v.a. for continuing to break down barriers to voting. h. now, we should point out that of those 206,000 potential newly registered voters, that's about 7% of the possible electorate there in virginia. but, in a key state swing state like virginia, we have seen elections decided by a much smaller total than that tucker? >> thanks, garrett. i think governor mcauliff wants to be ambassador to ireland under hillary he may get it if you can't stop the terrorists by bother trying? >> there are no walls big enough to stop people from anywhere, tens of thousands of miles away who are determined to take their own lives while they target others. >> protecting yourself doesn't work. that's john kerry's message to the country and to donald trump we have got the latest just ahead. and do you need a last-minute mother's day
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happy mother's day. soon to be mother's day to all your moms out there. today we are docooking up only breakfast just in time for that day. >> the great cook and author, james friscione. one of the great chefs of all time.
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>> you're so beautiful. >> i know i am. >> what's life -- >> we still have to cook wonderful things for mommy. >> we're starting off with the croissant waffle. sliced ham in there. always have the -- this is something you can pull together so quick. like this is great. any meal, any time. and then we've got our favorite cheese we pile on top. and. >> jelly and jam on there first? >> -- a little savory sweets. and we press that down in the waffle press. this is something you could totally do if you planned nothing. >> dad, do we get a fresh piece? >> yes you do get a fresh --
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>> -- it's gonna rain outside so let's i don't know, bring me breakfast in bed. >> and here we scrunch up the cereal. we make french toast. crunchy almond french toast. and this is so easy. we love these little 8 ounces. i chug these on the way to work. pre measured. 8 ounces. 8 ounces is a quick swath of milk. >> absolutely. >> he never cooks. >> he moved to the metric system -- >> we dump that in and approximate in press it it in and come out with that. right after we fry those up. >> and i can vouch for this. it is unbelievable. >> coated with that cereal that. diamond, almond milk. absolutely fabulous. so we blow it out for breakfast. and want to take it a little
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easier around lunchtime. and nice little platter. and the unofficial meal of the day. hang out in the kitchen. spend time together. parker and i bake up a delicious dessert which we'll talk about in a second. and spending time together. >> and it's actually about mom. >> all about mom. mother's day. >> and welcome. >> and brook. >> i want your strawberry short cake tea cakes. >> the fresh strawberries. dris driscolls is the best. >> the former president of mexico. may be rescinding that invite for donald trump to visit the country. more on that at the top of the hour. >> invited donald trump to mexico to see the border from the other side. then trump invited vicente fox
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good morning. it saturday may 7th. i'm heather nauert. this morning. a little damage control. and later this week a meeting between the two party leaders. who blinks first? >> and remember when the former president of mexico said this to donald trump? >> i'm not going day for that [ bleep ] wall. he should pay for it. he's got the money. >> vicente fox. he apologized but it didn't last long. just wait. >> and up in arms over this video of a baby struggling to stay afloat in a swimming pool. the mom says the baby is not
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struggling at all. you met that mother last hour. she shays something every paren should learn. that is that baby. she's in the water. and we're going to go show you how to do that yourself. starts right now. suit up. ♪ ♪ >> it's the 142nd running of the kentucky derby. and we have the best bugler in america calling us to attention. >> sam the bugler in fact. and, there are some horses. >> last year, american pharoah. >> yeah. >> think about all of the pageantry. >> triple crown winner. >> grand slam winner. amazing amazing story last year.
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first time in what is it 35 years? c can. >> can you say the word "pageantry again? i love when you say that. >> -- and i pageantry. >> hearth nauert on the couch with us. brightening our morning. great to see you. >> thank you. i love working with you guys too. >> a jam packed hour. and geraldo is going to be joining us. first though aal federal police officer is in custody after he was taking down in a maryland parking lot following a the shooting spree. the. then at 11:15 police say he opened fire on three people in a parking lot outside of a macy's
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department store. killed a man who was an innocent bystander just trying to help a woman. then two hours later shot and killed a woman at the grocery store a few miles away. then spotted eating at a boston market across the street an hour later and when he finally walked outside to go to his car is when police made their move and he was arrested. and the wild fire in canada. imagine watching your home completely go up in flames. this is what what saw as that wild fire ripped through their home. the fire in fort mcmurray could already double by tonight. it already 390 square miles. a wake of destruction. more than 1600 buildings. 88,000 people forced from their
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homes. and a national hero honored. decorated navy seal chris kyle's head stone has been placed at his grave. during four tours in iraq as the sniper, the most recorded ever. fatally shot at a gun range by a fellow veteran. he became an american icon following the movie about his life "american sniper." incredible. john kerry bashing trump telling the u.s. should open borders despite the threat from isis. listen to this. >> there is no walls big enough to stop people from anywhere, 10s of thousands of miles way who are determined to take their own lives while they target others. >> he didn't mention trump by
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name but told students not to take advice from sound bite salesman and carnival barkers. wept on to dismiss the use of national borders saying they could cause the u.s. to fall behind. those are your headlines. >> geraldo, nice to see you. talk about the news of the day. first let's talk about besides the division lines now we see on the front page of the "new york times" this morning. the battle lines are drawn on the republican party. jeb bush saying donald trump doesn't have the temperament. lindsey graham saying the same thing. and dick cheney coming out throwing his support behind trump. what do you make of the dividing lines. >> well they are not very helpful. the bush family in particular are defining the will of the
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republican party and it lessens the chances of a trump presidency. he's going to have to run as populist. that's his appeal. he's been doing a great job appealing to the american voter. but this will complicate matters. it will make the convention kind of weird. but we do have some time still. >> paul ryan, the speaker of the house. >> i think that is more meaningful than the bushes. >> people voting erring for trut because they are terrified about where the country is going. really worried. and you would think there would be some questioning by the establishment of how did we get to this place? why aren't we representing our voters better? >> i think the consensus is paul ryan is the -- when he expresses reservations about the temperament and the competence of the nominee of his own party, that cannot help the gop
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candidate. no matter how swaggering donald trump is, no matter how competent and confident he is, the fact that a guy like paul ryan is saying, you know, i'm not ready do this, sends a message to the electorate he appeals to. 10, 15%. but that is 15% they cannot afford to lose. you really need a perfect campaign and a candidate that crosses over. trump already has to moderate. i think that trump in the next couple of weeks really has to determine and define the candidate that he has on issues that have distressed so many people, the muslim, the mexican, the whole women's thing. i think he's got to speak to it in a very definitive way. he's got to let people know he's a sensible guy. >> trump needs to moderate.
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republicans have rejected the establishment in favor of trump. >> i absolutely agree tucker. i have no beef with what you just said. i go back to my bottom line. this is not helpful. people want to see a republican elected. this is not helpful no matter how you spin it. >> one of the things you just mentioned was immigration and the issue of the wall and donald trump and vicente fox has that little back and forth. first thing vicente fox said when trump said let's build a wall and you are going to pay for it. >> okay. >> i'm not going to pay for that [ bleep ] wall. he should pay for it. he's got the money. >> that was then, february. this is now what vicente fox is saying. let's listen. >> look at the mexicans. mexicans are come to the united states without any education. they don't even know how to read or write many times. but they come long. they work hard.
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this is what you don't see in trump's followers. we need to wake up that citizens. we need to take them away from the tv and drinking we're to working hard, to getting the skills, to getting knowledge. and they will come along like everybody else does. >> you know, his candidacy. and then the ironic thing is he was a candidate a lot like donald trump. he was an outsider. he was the first one from the political action -- they had never been in office before. >> the anti-free party. >> the anti-free party. he ran a fabulous maverick campaign to win the presidency of mexico. but then he did not govern well. and he was responsible as i recall in the mid 2006-around, for a big flood of undocumented immigrants leaving mexico seeking economic opportunity.
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so it is ironic that a man who helped create one of those big waves of undocumented immigrants is now attacking trump in the way he is. >> and not just trump but his voters. you herd what he said. they're drunk and stupid. >> i could barely make that out. a that's another thing. when i make a speech in spanish, i'm very careful. i'm not smart in spanish. i it's very different from how i am in english. if vicente -- i wish i had heard him say something in --. >> [ inaudible ]. >> listen, i sat on this couch last week and i said i love donald trump, i have tremendous regard for the guy. his issue on this is draconian, it is unhelpful. i said this on the couch yesterday morning. with a dominican family. citizens of the united states. a citizen born child, 10 years old who has nightmares that donald trump is going to deport
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them. -- >> on the other hand is the flip side. that is what john kerry's talking about essentially is open borders. and americans have a legitimate right to be concerned about safety and security and you have all of these children -- and we're paying for them in schools. and we can't necessarily teach them english very quickly. it can be a drag on our current system. >> -- one more thing. the whole issue of crime. and we have had so many families that have come on here and pleaded with us and pleaded with the candidates to help get their stories out there about how illegal immigrants have hurt, injured, murdered etc. some family member. >> i want some rebuttal. >> there is no way to rebut that. >> that was good. >> it was very smart. but also incorrect.
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every evidence has shown that undocumented immigrants commit fewer crimes. every study has shown that. and similarly every economic shud study has shown that to the gross domestic product these people audit. they don -- add. they don't subtract. -- killed someone in a car crash in virginia. i said that was a drunken driver story not an immigrant story. >> that person was not supposed to be here in the first place. >> -- relationship. >> -- angers americans. >> we have a historic relationship with mexico that for generations existed before 9/11. we need them in the processing and meat packing and poultry or whatever and then they go home.
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there was a ebb and flow hist y historically across the border. and i think you can work with these folks. >> we're right -- >> -- heather on -- >> sorry -- >> -- awesome and i just want you to be able to tell our viewers. >> this is an undocumented immigrant they want here. i want him to spend the rest of his life. el chapo joaquin guzman. he was the world's most wanted man after he escaped for the second time in a maximum security prison. i was in that tunnel of his. he was the bin laden of the drug trade according to the dea and he was caught. why was he caught? because of his obsession with a tv actress whose character that he could not take his eyes off. he risked everything for a jungle rendezvous.
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she brought sean penn. the authorities were watching. they got caught. and beauty killed the beast. >> the jungle rendezvous. i hope you all can come back for a rematch. nice job. >> -- yeah. >> we'll be right back most people think that after an accident, you'll have to pay five hundred bucks for your deductible. the truth? at allstate, you could pay zero. allstate gives you a hundred dollars off your deductible the day you sign up. then another hundred off every year you don't have an accident. let the good hands reward your safe driving with a deductible that goes away. ♪ deductible rewards. one more way you're in good hands with allstate. can
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up in ampls over renaming the schools law school over the late justice antonin scalia. would they have the same problem if it were being named after a liberal? that is a rhetorical question. what exactly is their problem with naming the law school with after scalia? >> well they have a number of problems. but it is really best to understand this as just a left wing political agenda.
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they object to scalia. they about to the law school. they object to our funding. and none of it has any substantial basis. it is just the means of attacking the law school. >> what about diversity? i'm actually for ideological diversity. if they named it after alice walker or hugo chavez, i don't think anyone would say anything. either though neither was a lawyer. is no conservative figure allowed to be represented at all? is that the idea? >> perhaps. the better analogy were we to get other money to name it after harry blackman. the fact is, you should understand, law schools are named after people. usually large donors with no legal distinction. as in the case of the two people you mentioned. but it is much more prestigious to be named after a significant
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jurist. so we're extraordinarily proud of this. and hard to think of a more appropriate person to name it after. >> if you had to handicap this, will it be named the antonin scalia law school in the end? >> certainly. it is going to be the state council and higher education next week or something and this is unthinkable that they would reject. this this is just political posturing on part of some, how should it put it, excessively politically correct idiot and lunatic left faculty on main campus. the law school and law school faculty are completely behind this. we are just overjoid. we're going to have a party. >> professor lloyd cohen, thanks
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a lot for joining us. >> thank you. >> coming up. is this hillary clinton's secret weapon? lit beth warren going after donald trump on twitter. you're here to buy a car.
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welcome back. couple quick head lines. it is another kind of cold war. russia's obama ice cream, deepening the chilly relations with the united states. it's called little obama.
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it's chokd a it's. part of a disturbing anti-obama pattern in russia. and speaking of russia, vladimir putin one of the most admired men in the world. putin came in 6th place in the annual u ugov poll. >> today is the 142nd kentucky derby. >> joined live from the famed churchill downs. looking beautiful as always, abby greet to see you there. >> great to see you guys. everyone who comes here you can't come to the derby and not
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have some kentucky doubourbon. we're in really good hands here. thank you guys for being with us. >> glad to be here and introduce you to a staple. it is the mint julep. >> wait. you can't do that without the fudge. we've been talking about this all morning. >> bourbon pecan fudge. chocolate, a little condensed milk, salt, pecans in there. and it's delicious. how is that? >> you can taste the bourbon in it. >> it comes in at the end. >> and you have to have a drink with it. of course. >> and this is a must. mint julep. but i'm going make this special for you. it is going to be a peach julep.
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so boom, right there in the top. >> ooh that's nice. >> and -- >> and people can make this at home. >> very easy. there you have it. a peach mint julep. my new slogan. i'm making america great one cocktail at a time. >> and this is one you can't make t home. you can only get this $1,000 mint julep. in your case we're making it $2500 mint julep. >> this is? >> that is 2500 dollars. and the net proceeds go to charity and this year the permanently disabled jockeys fund gets the proceeds from that. and in our julep, we have a
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pecan pie theme this year. >> oh yeah. >> some pecan syrup with pecan, water and sugar. mint. and we're going to top this off with crumbled pecan pieces that have been bronzed -- >> oh my gosh. this is ridiculous. is there like -- >> there is. and we have a silver sipping straw. our garnish. and you are going to add the final ingredient which is more woodfor wo woodford reserve. >> guy, i sent you a little treat. i sent you a couple. you can fight over who gets it. >> i thought it was a milk shake with a hint of rubbing alcohol.
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this is more like alcohol. >> yeah. this is the real stuff. for people who think we may not have real alcohol on the set. no no. it's real. >> abby, we'll see you tomorrow right on the couch. >> thanks guys. >> so get back safely. . >> can't wait. >> this happening on purpose. watch. there is a reason for this. last hour you met the mother who said it is something every parent ought and to the and she'll show us how live from our pool next. stay tuned. >> and elizabeth warren, now going after donald trump on twitter? we'll show you all about what she's been saying and his response. ♪
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talking about this cinco de mayo tweet donald trump sent out yesterday. republican national chairman reince priebus was skbd at it and check out what he said. >> happy #cinco de mayo, the best taco bowls are made in taco grill. i love hispanics.
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[ laughter ] he's trying. [ laughter ] honestly, he's trying. >> trying what? reince priebus sounds like a disappointed dad at the parent teacher conference. he's trying. just let me talk to him. >> he's right about that. normally we would spend time talk about that but we just got in very serious news, breaking now an incredible ocean rescue off the coast of north carolina. a u.s. marine corps harier jet went down in flames. a navy aircraft with two swimmers thankfully picked up the pilot and hoists him out of the water. the cause of that crash is still under investigation but it appears everybody is okay and that pilot was rescued.
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we'll keep you posted as we learn more. protests forming at this hour in st. peters burg after a deputy shot and killed a man during a chase overnight. around 3:30 a.m. the suspect pointed some sort of assault rifle is how they described it in the direction of a deputy, forcie ining officers to open f. he was pronounced dead at the hospital. more on the story as it comes in. >> a second grader stabbed on the playground during rerecess. and now ohio police are desperately searching for a man who walked on to a property and hurt a 7-year-old girl. >> it was a adult male. >> and a student got stand. >> and they stand a student. >> a placed on lockdown for several hours. the principal says there will be extra security in the next few days while the children are outside. a motive for the stabbing is still not clear. and samples of prince's
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blood may be tested for dna. ♪ why do we scream at each other ♪ ♪ this is what it sounds like ♪ when doves cry >> in case other people come forward claiming to be an heir to his estate. anyone with a claim to the singer's fortune has four months to come forward. since prince died suddenly without leavinge ing ing a will unclear who will inherit his fortune. and elizabeth warren entered the ring against donald trump, putting the republican front runner on notice. we saw whapt what happened with birthers comments. they lost big. and trump responding like this. >> so i hear that goofy elizabeth warren -- and i'm serious. this is the woman who has not
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done anything in the united states senate. her whole career is a fraud because she goes out and says she's a native american. i won't use the word indian because it is not a nice word to use. >> he went on to say he hoped she was her vp pick because she would be easy to pick. >> and the kentucky derby derby forecast. as of now, i think we're going to be seeing sunny skies for the race, which is good news. of course it only lasts a couple of minutes so we can get that through. however there are some storms behind that that i think maybe within an hour or so the race could move through. couple of thunderstorms. got to watch that. watch how the day plays out. the system we've been dealing with. still in the area. still scattered clouds with some rain. we do improve by tomorrow
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afternoon. hold your wraet and wait for that. southeast really a nice day. temperature is good. humidity not that high and plenty of sunshine. northern plains we have a little system in the area and we're going to watch severe weather across parts of the han panld of nebraska. and western christie christie. and unsettled moving in, rain and mountain snow continues. back you do guys inside. >> earlier we told you about the debate behind this video showing a 6 month old baby tumbling into a pool and to what some seemed to be struggling to stay afloat. and the mom says no. and that is the whole goal. to teach your child if this should happen. she lost another child to a drowning scent and that is why she's so passionate about it. >> she joins us now from the
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rooftop pool here in manhattan. and she's going to demonstrate her ability to self rescue in the water. >> we're here high above central park with a very important story. we're going to get to ashley in the pool in a moment. but kerry, obviously you lost your son tragically in that drowning accident. and you have been answering criticism on social media of your daughter. why do you think it is so important to show the power of her being able to swim on her own? >> because i know the alternative. my son is no longer here because he didn't have these skills. and i feel like i failed my son. and i'm not going to fail my daughters. >> ashley is in the pool with infant swimming resource. and she's going to be showing us how this works. i'm going to lean over because you're not mic'd right now. what are you going to show us?
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>> i'm going show what jozy can do by herself. i'm going to gently release her into the water and she's able to release herself and stay there for a few second. i'll go pick her up. she can float longer. she learned this over four weeks of lessons. when she was about 6 and a half months old. and our students are taught everything very inkraemtly in a very gentle way that honors the way they learn physically. so the final result is what you will see. >> let's do that. and kerry, i want to sort of have you narrate what we're seeing here. >> okay. she's going to place her face forward and. >> and she's holdi ining breath >> yep she's holding her breath. >> how did she learn to hold her breath? >> it's just something natural.
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>> she's not even that upset about it. >> we teach them breath control. that means on the first you're breathing and get them comfortable there. and everything is very gradual and incremental. so we're able to make it a very easy transition. >> and that can save your life. being able to hold your breath, float, roll over on your back, float and not sink. >> and by the way maybe just for tv purposes, which many of our guests cry when they were on our show. i was watching live before we came out here before the segment. she was floating here for like 30 seconds having fun. and look at this. is just crying because of the tv cameras i guess. >> yeah and she's been in the pool more for a little bit. but to see her face in the water
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and one of the things i struggle with is my son fell in the water not knowing what to do. and that vision fires me up to make sure that other children. not only my own children. children all over are safe and can do this in the water. >> this takes place over a few weeks. five days. take us through the training so if someone at home wants to do this. >> the lessons are typically 4-6 weeks. five days a week for ten minutes. she's in the longer longer th er she's in the longer longer th r she's in the longer longer th er she's in the longer longer t wa she's been. >> i think it's nap time. >> how do people learn more. >> infiniteswim.com and learn more. search for an struck outer. enter your zip code. >> not only does the baby need a nap time. our little battery pack does as well. incredible story what that mom
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is doing to help her daughter swim and day say live. coming up is the cornerstone is donald trump's campaign. >> people that should have never been allowed to come over the boarder and they come here like it is nothing. they walk through it like it is just nothing. and we're going to stop it. >> but some are saying that could also be his downfall. our next guest lost her son at the hands of an illegal immigrant. >> first up neil cavuto with a look at what's up next on the cost of business block. >> new worry for jobs. which one of those candidates can get the job done. and donald trump always took pride in being a suelf sided outsider. but now that he needs money from inside, well. >> and the cost of freedom, taking off season. try the superior hold...
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people that should have never been allowed to come over the border and they walk through it like it's just nothing. and we're going to stop it. >> that was donald trump in california with the families of those killed by illegal immigrants last month. tragic stories that we hear all too often. for our next guest a story that hits close to home. >> killed by an illegal immigrant in 2014, her son. she supports donald trump. but will the presumptive nominee change his position once he heads into the election? donald trump is under pressure from the left of course but also from the establishment of his own party to stop talking about the border issue. they think disease divisive. he's been attacked as a nativist for even bringing this up. what's your view? >> my view is that i believe illegal immigration is at the
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core of a lot of the problems that the united states is facing today. over load on our health system, the welfare system, the schools and not to mention the crime that happens on a daily basis. >> some are saying that we couldn't possible build a wall. we don't have the money do it. we don't have the political will to do it. what to you say to that? >> mr. trump has stated that he would put a remittance fee on anything that is -- the money that is going back over the border to other countries. not only mexico. there is illegal immigration from many countries around this world. and i this i people -- the public would be pretty surprised how much money goes back over the borders to these other countries. so if there is a fee that is put on that, the wall could be built. i have no doubt that it could be. and, you know, nobody understands the devastation that illegal crime brings to a family more than any of us.
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the group of who were in the remembrance project. if the public only knew it is not only the death but it is the grieving process afterwards. it is funeral cost. it is everything that we've asked mr. trump to stand up for for us and provide a fund that would allow american families effected by illegal crime to have something to go. because illegals have legal representation provided for them. they have free medical care. everything that americans hit by crime do not. and he has agreed to set up a fund to help american families through this devastating time. >> when you hear donald trump talk about what happened to your son or to other americans who've been killed by illegal immigrants and you hear him derided as a racist for talk eighing about it. how does that make you feel? >> physical you are affected by it, you will never know the
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devastation that it brings. and i'm sorry, but i hear on a daily basis the illegals that come back over the border. they are back and forth. back and forth, back and forth. and the crimes they are committing. and they are rapists. and they are murderers are. and they are drug dealers. and there are all of the things he described. yes there are some good people who come here i understand that. but why are we inviting more illegal immigrants to come into this country is the issue. >> your son, tell us more. >> his two year verse right of way his death is coming up this thursday may 12th. he worked tirelessly to get a parked cleebd up for a community and fought very hard for all new playground equipment and promised the children a ball field which they renamed in his honor. it is going to be rededicated in his name because of the improvements have been finished by the city of mesa.
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dugouts, bleachers, lights. as a memorial. and this is a good cop story that america needs to hear because my son was an incredible integral part of the community. and it's been a devastating loss for me and for the community. >> thanks a lot for telling the story. appreciate it. >> and for your son's service. >> thank you. >> they call it the fastest most exciting two minutes in all of sports but the real excitement needless to say is right here on the plaza. place your bets. we're holding our own weekend derby next. [ horn ]
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♪ ♪ we're back on the plaza, kentucky derby day and we're staging our own race. the world's best bugler in the background. and we have two contestants. three contestants. our camera man, and a professional jockey. alicia. and they are going to race up and down the plaza on their faithful steeds. >> my head is extra large i think. >> i'm going to put a dollar on the lady. >> warren, nobody's betting on you. >> where are we going? >> you're going up -- >> are these horses going to be okay when we come flying by them?
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>> we're going to count to three in french. and when we do you are going to go up and back and winner wins. go. >> three two one. >> it just became a running race. this is what happens when you don't make the rules clear at the beginning. >> i'm glad i got back to watch this. >> wait a minute. where were you? >> pool. >> -- even though that was kind of a failure we want to thank everyone for the winners basket. more fox and friends coming up. stay tuned.
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welcome back. we have a relay race here. they are going hand off to three of our favorite riders. we're going start with our official -- in all of queequestn world. here we go. ♪ ♪ go. >> you're supposed to bounce it. >> good job. >> oh wow. >> now there's just one person who's following the rules. and what is he getting in exchange for that? last place.
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>> nothing. >> and he looks really funny doing it too. >> he really does. come on little buddy. >> ha ha. >> give me some of that whiskey. >> this is not the fastest two minutes in sports. >> no. >> this could be the saddest. job layoffs in april jumping 35% from the month before now at a 7 year high. as job creation falls to a 7 month low. reminder why the economy is the number one issue for voters. which one of these candidates can get the job done. hi everybody, this is "bulls and bears." the bulls and bears this week, gary b smith. jonas max ferris. and joe lesti. lisa. which candidate has the best plan for jobs. >> donald trump well he's

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