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good morning. it is sunday, may 8, 2016. i'm abby huntsman. a fox news alert. a security breach after a mysterious man sneaks past security and vanishes into the nearby east river. now police are deploying deep water divers to find the man. and donald trump not wasting any time. he's already going after bill clinton. >> he lies. you remember the famous i did not have sex with that woman and then a couple of months later, i'm guilty. and she's taking negative ads on me. >> the clintons say they're not either bothering to respond. how long can that last?
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we'll bring you coming up. a tow truck driver under fire for refusing to pick up a stranded drive we are a bernie sanders sticker on her car. >> i think the lord came to me and he said, get in the truck and leave. it's not fair, but it's the norm nowadays. it's world in which we live. in it is it what is. >> he told her to call the government for help. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ well, good morning. today we remember why we here, because someone bore us. mom is her name, and we celebrate her today on mother's day. >> beautiful looking -- >> very clinical introduction to mother's day. >> and yet true. good morning, clayton morris and abby huntsman joining us on the
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couch. >> for the first time, going to be nice to me today? >> it's only four hours you'll love it. >> the question is whether you be nice to us? >> good question. i have been thinking so much about my mom this morning. >> i hope so. i want you to send us some photos this morning. so send us some pictures. hopefully we'll see some photos of your mom later. we'll share them throughout the day. rick reichmuth has the weather. >> good morning. tornadoes across parts of colorado yesterday that were spectacular. take a look at the colorado area. sometimes you get tornadoes that are incredibly visual. sometimes you get them when they're not as visual. maybe we don't have -- sorry about that we'll show you that later in the day. it was a tease, you'll love it. really spectacular. right here in northeastern colorado, not a lot of population out here which is good news. but there were some homes that were damaged. they did thread that needle and tomorrow we'll watch some more
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of the storms. we'll watch the rain across the east coast, it is almost done, i promise. if you're tired of the gloom it is almost out of here. we have one little band that will move through new england again. by the afternoon we will see some sunshine for mom. out across the west, another storm moving on in. one we're dealing with. but a lot of rain and snow and today the severe threat here across the central plains likely today we'll see some more tornados. don't miss that video we'll show you later. >> can't wait. a federal police officer who allegedly went on a deadly shooting spree now charged with murder. maryland police say the alleged gunman was likely trying to steal a get away car and the shooter is accused of gunning down his wife who had just filed a protective order against him and botching two carjackings which resulted in five more people being shot. he was on leave for a domestic incident and is expected in court tomorrow. also developing this morning a search team is trying to find a man who broke into the united
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nations in new york, scaled a wall and jumped into the new york east river to escape. dive crews went in to find the man. no luck there. he was last seen going under water, but has not been spotted since. new overnight, check your tickets. the winning powerball ticket was sold in new jersey, worth $429 million. only one ticket matched all six numbers on saturday night's drawing. the powerball numbers were 5, 25, 26, 44, 66 and the powerball number was 9. the exact location of where the winning ticket was sold is still unclear as of now, but it will be announced later today by lottery officials. and the horse favored to win the 142nd kentucky derby did not disappoint. >> they're coming to the line together. and nyquist is still unbeaten! he has won the kentucky derby. >> unbelievable. nyquist finished in 2:01.
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he's now the favorite to win the preakness in two weeks in the quest for the triple crown. and a political sighting of ted cruz, and he declined interviews. i have never been to the horse race before. to be there in person is an unbelievable experience. these horses they're massive. they're huge. bigger than you think. they're beautiful. >> of course they are. >> we call a political race a horse race. still a lot of mud -- >> but they actually get nervous before the race. did you know that? >> really? >> just like humans. >> they're smart. >> yeah. >> before every show i get the same way. >> exactly. >> you give me a food -- >> i get a sugar cube and call down. you might remember this in the middle of the primary season, the various 17 republican candidates were asked to take a pledge a pledge to support the nominee. here's a flash back. >> is there anyone on stage and
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can i see hands who is unwilling tonight to pledge your support to the eventual nominee of the republican party? raise your hand if you won't make that pledge tonight. mr. donald trump? >> no hands were going there up. >> irony of ironies though. >> right. >> it's true. he's the one that raised his hand and now he's firing back on twitter. remember when lindsey graham and jeb bush signed a binding pledge? they broke the deal. they have no honor. >> interesting. interesting. on a couple of levels. first of all, he's right. they're not going to pledge the nominee. but on the other hand, what does trump get out of attacking bush and lindsey graham? i have been wondering about this all week. he really hurt jeb bush's life, so i think bush can be forgiven for not supporting him, but graham, why is he going after
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him? >> he spoke earlier on abc and he said i don't need these guys anyway. let's listen to that. >> does the party have to be together, does it have to be unified? i'm very different from everyone else, perhaps that's ever run for office. i don't think so. i think that -- >> doesn't have to be unified? >> no i don't think so. i think it would be better if they were unified, i think there's something good about it. but i don't think -- >> but the party -- how will you win? >> because i think i'm going to go out and i'm going to get millions of people from the democrats. i'm going to get bernie people to vote because they like me on trade. i have to stay true to my principles also. this is called the republican party, not the conservative party. >> it's a good question to why punch down but why point out when people evolve on their positions? i think donald trump is the great evoller have on -- evolver on positions. i think it's okay in politics three weeks ago to say one thing
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and then it's expected. >> i think he knows the challenge he faces though. probably right now working behind closed doors to talk to people within the party. at the end of the day he knows in order to win the white house you have to have a party that comes together. >> meghan mccain says buy it. he's not concerned about unity and she doesn't buy it. >> those rejecting trump have a role to play in unifying the party, but how many are there? how many republicans out there actually won't vote for trump or will vote for hillary? some. is it a significant number we don't know at this point. i do though as a campaign matter ought to be spending his time attacking hillary clinton. well, it's the season of commencement addresses. well, giving a commencement address yesterday, and when you have all the votes, well, here's what he says. watch. >> this political thing really complicated. well, what kind of reforms do we need and how do we need to do
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that? and you know what? just vote. it's math. it's -- if you have more votes than the other guy, you get to do what you want. >> so don't overcomplicate things in life. when you graduate. if you have more votes and you can do whatever you want. >> i don't agree with that. >> is that true? >> not really true. george w. bush, right? he lost the popular vote. he got to do whatever he wanted. >> we have separation of powers. the president doesn't get to do what he wants. it's not a dictatorship. he has to deal with the judiciary and the legislative branch. you can't do what you want, unless you issue a lot of executive orders. >> but we have seen that, george w. bush, president obama, executive order, huge expansion of government. here's the part of the speech that got no attention. but i was struck by it. the president was speaking at howard, the country's most august and storied majority black university. here's what he said. >> my generation, like all
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generations, is too confined by our own experience, too invested in our own biases. too stuck in our ways. be confident in your heritage. be confident in your blackness. >> see, this -- this is divisive. if mitt romney had won and in the last year of his presidency went to byu and said, be confident in your whiteness. people would say whoa whoa whoa whoa. why are you making -- why are you encouraging people to think in terms of their race? shouldn't people think in terms of their americanness, what unites us all? would martin luther king have said that, i don't think. >> you wonder how many other people are in the crowd that are white or of a different background that think about what me? >> and what does it mean, be specific. maybe that's one of the -- the one good thing about obama was
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he was going to bring the country together, atone for the sins and the opposite has happened. >> you can weigh in on the facebook or twitter page. coming up, coal country gives donald trump a big thumbs up. >> we're so pleased to introduce to you and endorse you today. and wish you the best of luck. >> i'll put it on. all right. >> what was it look being on stage with the donald? what kind of impact could coal country have on the race? the miner who gave him the hard hat joins us next. and the feds stop listening to your calls but they're tracking you. you don't want to miss this.
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12 months free at mybreo.com. welcome back. well, coal country has spoken. and they dig donald trump, at least at this event. >> mr. president, on behalf -- on behalf of the best coal miners -- on behalf of the best coal miners in the world, who mine the cleanest and safest and most environmentally sound coal in the world, we're so pleased to introduce to endorse you today and wish you the best of luck. >> i'll put it on, right. >> well, that welcome in stark contrast to the reception that hillary clinton received, after she promised to put a lot of
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coal companies and miners out of business. what effect could this have on the general election? >> let's ask the man who was on stage endorsing trump from the west virginia coal miners association, chris hamilton. thank you for being with us. >> good morning. >> so first, get your reaction off trump wearing the hat. i mean, that was a big scene. how did that all happen? >> oh, it just came off very naturally, very impromptu. we had an opportunity to meet with donald trump just moments before he was scheduled to speak. and we presented him with the hat. he said, let's do this -- let's do this in a little bigger fashion. let's get out there on stage and talk about this a little bit. so it was quite an evening. quite an experience. >> i lived in blue field for quite a while and when i lived there, things switched. used to be democrat country. then things switched from 2000 on. what has changed in west virginia? >> well, i think, you know, the democratic party's energy plants
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has as much to with that. dating back to clinton when he had al gore -- vice president gore's kyoto protocol and that has continued since. >> i'm so struck though -- >> so in reality -- >> -- the comments about putting outof business. every group in the country is protected. you can't criticize anybody as a group, except blue collar workers in appalachia. can you imagine hillary saying of any other group in america, we're going to put them out of business. why is she targeting you? >> it's unbelievable, but we have been hearing that now for eight solid years and for several years before that. again, it dates back to clinton 1 and al gore. it's continued with harry reid and nancy pelosi. that's the national democrat energy plan. they have done everything that's humanly possible to restriction
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or ratchet down coal consumption, coal production, as well as other fossil fuels. >> so why donald trump? >> well, we like his style. we think he's -- you know, he has a tremendous business savvy. you know, he says all the right things. he's very successful from the business standpoint and the contrast between donald trump and hillary clinton is a very stark, very real and, you know, one wants to put miners back to work. and do everything possible to try to create a very viable energy industry. and the other wants to continue what president obama has effectively done and that's continue to use all the resources available to the president, to ratchet down, restrict or otherwise curtail energy production and consumption. >> as clayton was saying, west virginia has been a state that's liked the clintons. bill clinton won the state trice. hillary clinton i think won the
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state against barack obama back in 2008. is there anything she can do to win over support in west virginia? the primary is coming up in a few days. >> i don't think so. we have a very astute electorate here and, you know, people are followingthrough social media a know, we're in the midst of the electronic age here. they're listening closely. they're watching and, you know, it's -- as i said, it's a very astute electorate here. they know who will do all of the things to help their employment and jobs and, you know, as well as the business they're in. and they're able to separate that out themselves. i don't see any opportunity for hillary clinton to win west virginia. >> yeah. when you tell an already poor state, we're going to make you poorer people don't like it. not surprising. chris, good to see you this
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morning. >> absolutely. thank you. all right, coming up, a dramatic rescue caught on camera. the one item that helped the police find them, straight ahead. are you in a sorority or fraternity? if you go to harvard you could be punished. they're targeting the single gender clubs. we'll find out how demented this is.
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welcome back to "fox & friends." 25 after the hour. a fox news alert. firefighters in alberta, canada, now predicting this massive wild
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fire could continue burning for months. the images are incredible. look at this. only shells of cars and homes remain. another fox news alert, el chapo is being moved to prison near the mexican border. he will be kept in juarez, near el paso, texas. he is fighting extradition into the united states. well, harvard university where all three of us went now forcing inclusion it says by blocking students from being sports team captains if they're in a single sex fraternity or sorority funds and would be banned from scholarships like the rhodes scholarships. does this make any sense?
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>> we used to hang out in the student union. katherine tim is joining us now. the sexual assault provision, it says the clubs are deeply misogynistic and they have a strong sense of entitlement. >> all female ones are misogynistic? this doesn't make any sense. where do you draw the line with this? if you want to hang out with a bunch or guys or girls, you can't get a scholarship? how is taking away scholarships from a school that cost more than $63,000 a year making it more inclusive? >> right. a great point. these are unofficial -- these are not sangtion -- sanctioned by the school. maybe you have an archery club who's all men, is this part of this? >> here is what harvard saying, the clubs enact forms of inclusion at odds with our deepest values. obviously they're continuing to want to push the envelope there. >> harvard is not a community
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college. >> i think that's a good question of where do you draw the line? at what point are we going to say we don't need male and female sports teamness questis?s >> i'm sure it's going to happen very soon. it's like the schools are in a pc-off. they say, look at us, look at how inclusive we are. look at how culturally sensitive we are. that's really behind all of the -- >> on the one hand, it's harvard, who cares, because you go to harvard, all is lost anyway -- >> well, inclusion. >> so since we're enforcing this principle that no one should preclude anyone on the basis of anyone, they should apply to the other ones on the campus? >> it's not about logic, but about a pc off. look at us, gender discrimination. we won't allow this to happen. what they're doing is taking away opportunities that students could have based only if they want to hang out with all women
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or men sometimes. i think very normal. >> what's driving this? was there a group of women that really wanted to be a part of a fraternity and they were shut down? >> a lot of sexual assaults coming out of the club? >> this is what people talk about now. let's look around for a problem or that can be skewed as discrimination. that's what happens, lodgic -- logic goes out the window. you have to think too hard about what could be an aggression. >> microaggressions. >> i think of my friends sitting around talking about how hot ryan gosling is, eating cookie dough and you can't run for office. >> no cookie dough for you. >> a lot of it. >> a little pizza party. well, a tow truck driver coming under fire for refusing to pick up a stranded drive we are a bernie sanders sticker on her car. you'll hear directly from him just ahead. plus, wounded warriors will compete in a very special
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♪ happy mother's day, everyone. >> there's the director scotty anderson with his mom val and sister shelly. happy mother's day. there's operator chris with her two daughters. what a cool picture. >> love that. >> all right. here's a segment producer, jason stein, with his beautiful mom. happy mother's day to them. >> social media producer, julie osmansky. she's to blame about the fights you get into about the polls. >> here we have director shawn
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mcginnis' wife with three kids. looks like a fun vacation. >> pretty water right there. welcome back. >> so continue to send in your photos this morning. we'll share them -- >> probably the least controversial holiday of them all. who's against mother's day? >> nobody. >> if you're against mother's day, e-mail me. i'd like to know. >> beautiful flowers. you can feel the mother's day spirit. >> smells fantastic. >> all right. on that note, let's get to some headlines this morning. two boaters on a fishing trip are rescued after their vessel capsizes off the water. they clung to the vessel for half an hour before emergency responders pulled them from the rough waters. only one had to be taken to the hospital. well, an american airlines flight delayed over math. a woman mistaking this man for a terrorist.
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you heard that right. she alerted the flight attendant in a note after she saw him writing down equations. leading officials to pull the ivy league professor off the plane for questioning. he said he was working on a math problem for a speech. well, they returned headed from philadelphia to syracuse to a later trip. although the bulk of television phones shows the government is going through calls and e-mail, well, congress is making another push to find out what's going on. they asked the top intelligence official for the number of americans' e-mails and calls collected. that's because the foreigners are the targets, americans are sucked in as well. outrage from a stranded bernie sanders supporter. after a truck driver refuses to pick her up for political reasons. >> he said i can't tell you, he said, you're a bernie supporter. >> the side of my truck says
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schupe, it doesn't say freebie, you know? every time i have dealt with these people in recent history i get burned. >> the driver noticed the bernie sanders bumper sticker. no laws were broken and she recommended that she call the government for a tow truck. what would you do if you saw someone else -- >> if you help a -- you help a woman, always. always. because you diminish yourself when you do that. by the way, if you think your ideas are right, what better way to demonstrate the rightness than by mag magnanimous and decent to other people. >> you would give them a lecture. >> no, i wouldn't. >> i prefer bernie to hillary, at least themes the truth about the obama economy. she is not. >> and just helping a woman at the end of the day. >> give her a ride.
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>> all right. rick ri rick reichmuth is talking about destruction in colorado. at least five people were injured. watch this. >> not going anywhere. >> well, that looks like a science fiction movie. the twisters knocked down power lines and the most significant twister was half a mile wide and travelled about six wides. in total 12 tornadoes. rick, unbelievable. rick is in the cellar right now. >> that's right. spent a lot of my childhood there when i was in nebraska. sometimes, you have tornados that aren't that easy to see. not a lot of stuff to obstruct your view. really spectacular day, there was some damage from it. you don't like to see that. but obviously, not a really populated area and that's the benefit of these. that you can get the shots out here. not a lot of people, so you
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don't have that risk of potentially a lot of fatalities. look at the maps. show you what's going on today. we have threat for some severe weather. parts of kansas and oklahoma, that's the bull's-eye i think for tornadoes and very large hail. but anywhere you see that yellow may be a tornado. certainly strong winds. tomorrow, just a little bit off to the southeast. so expect to see this in towards the john lip area. all the way down to tyler, texas. that does alleviateittle bit by tuesday. but we do have a couple of days of severe weather. guys? >> unbelievable. all right. thanks, rick. well, today is the start of the second invictus games started by the u.k.'s prince harry for sick and wounded service members coming together from all over the world to compete. >> it's happening in orlando, florida. and lea gabrielle is live in orlando. what an incredible event this. >> reporter: hey, tucker, abby and clayton, it is an incredible
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event. 14 different countries are coming together to serve in a whole new way. it was truly an honor for me to be back with my brothers in the military to see what it took to get here and why it's so special for them. ♪ the u.s. wheelchair basketball is getting ready for the competition. so let's take a look at what it's like to be part of the team. >> for the first time we came together. >> right here, this game? >> yes. >> one, two, three! >> the invictus games are special. because they bring everybody to compete. >> you're army, i'm navy, so we'll clash. but now, you all come together. >> right. >> very unique for us because we get to represent our country today. >> before it was in battle. now on the courts. >> what does invictus mean to you? >> it means team work.
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and a brotherhood. very similar stories of victory over tragedy. >> for many, the tragedies that they faced may have seemed insurmountable. but not for them. >> if you could turn back the clock to change it, i don't think i would. i would let it happen all over again. because it's let me know something about myself. >> three months after i got injured i started to walk again. you know? four months after that i started to play basketball. >> you lose a limb, you don't lose a life. you know, as long as you have a strong will and willpower to get up and do things you can accomplish it. it's not that the game is over. the game is not over until it's over. >> did you feel like you wouldn't play again? >> believe it or not, when i was laying with the paramedics i said, will i be able to play basketball and she said yes. i never thought it would be the way i play now. the player's level is awesome.
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it makes it a lot better because that way it's all about using your brain instead of your body. >> you guys are playing bumper cars for a second. >> well, that was a little illegal, some of the hits. technically, there's -- >> no contact? >> no contact. >> in this sport, are you kidding me? these guys, marines, no contact? >> you know, there is -- it's fun though. >> watching these guys play is inspiring. and when they finished their scrimmage they challenged me to give it a shot. a special camaraderie among those who served. they're going to teach me how to play their game. >> we do a lot of hits. >> how do you dribble? >> put it on your lap and push. and then grab it. dunk it once. dribble once, left. there you go. you're a natural.
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>> i'm going the wrong way. >> like regular basketball. over your head, nice and high. shoot. harder than you think. perfect! yeah! >> oh. it makes major coordination. >> so you want to try a little too? >> let's do it. >> yeah. >> one, two, three, usa! >> well, being back with those guys is like being home. now the fight is on. team u.s. wheelchair basketball has won their preliminary game and they'll be in the semifinals later this week. they're kicking off with track and field later this morning and then the opening ceremonies are tonight. an exciting time. back to you in the studio. >> outstanding. nice job. >> i think america is going to
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win this thing. >> i hope so. coming up on the show, donald trump not wasting any i'm in, already going after bill clinton. >> he lies. you remember the famous, i did not have sex with that woman and then a couple of months later, i'm guilty. and she's taking negative ads on me. >> he's attacking bill and is that the key to taking down hillary? the representatives from both campaigns are here to debate that next. if you need advice for your business, legalzoom has your back. our trusted network of attorneys has provided guidance to over 100,000 people just like you. visit legalzoom today. the legal help you can count on. legalzoom. legal help is here. why do people count on sunsweet amazin prune juice to stay fit on the inside? it's made only from prunes, nothing else. it's a natural source of fiber and five essential vitamins.
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women more than any man that we know of. in the history of politics. they're going to spend $90 million on bad ads about me having to do with women. there is nobody that respects women more than i do. he lies, you remember the famous i did not have sex with that woman and then a couple of months later, i'm guilty. and she's taking negative ads on me. >> well, clinton advisers suggesting to democratic -- the democratic nominee presumed not punch back, risking she meet the same fate as trump's republican oppone opponents. we have the former aide to hillary clinton and scott brown is a fox news contributor. basel, i'd rather not talk about hillary clinton's marriage. but on the other hand, she kind of forfeits the right to lecture me about feminism and girl power when she's married to bill
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clinton. does she not? >> no, i don't think she forfeits that right at all. she the as a candidate and certainly as a former senator and secretary of state, a long history of public service talk about the impacts on women. she answer a authority on that. how many months do we have of that left? i don't want to talk about a president and what happened in their personal life. but i do think that some of the suggestions that hillary not punch back in kind are correct. because you don't want -- you know, it's not her style. it's his style. you don't want him bringing her into his arena. >> senator brown, basel makes a great point. do people want to hear about this for the next few months? >> well, she may be the president focused on the women's vote in particular. criticizing donald trump in h his -- and his alleged poor
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treatment of women when he has some of the most powerful women not only working for him, but as a daughter and wife. she's brought that in. and obviously if they're going to spend millions of dollars talking about his treatment supposedly of women, of course he's going to fight back. and who better to talk about it than donald trump. but bill clinton and the fact that the clintons demonized these victims of bill over the years it's hypocritical. >> yeah. well, that is true. i mean, it is true that donald trump listens to a woman -- his daughter, that no one points out. i wonder if hillary clinton couldn't avoid this in first place if she runs on something else other than gender. >> she's running on income inequali inequality. she is running on a lot of things besides these quote/unquote women's issues, but it is true that almost every
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issue that she can talk about does intersect women and race and class in multiple ways. i think she's uniquely qualified in this race to talk about it. and whether or not, you know -- listen, if donald trump wants to talk about his relationship to -- with women, versus her or hillary or her husband's, i think that's a fight that she's willing to engage. the question is how far does this go because it detracts from i think the conversation that american voters really want them to have which is on economic issues. >> i haven't seen that, senator brown. i haven't seen a conversation about the root causes of the decline of the middle class, for example. it's all you're a sexist, you're racist, it's the same boring identity politics in fact. >> no surprising they're using the democratic playbook 101 they used against me and every person who's running against a democrat, especially a woman democrat. they're talking about certainly -- i know in the republican primary, they talked
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about economic issues. they talked about terrorism. when hillary clinton listed the top ten things affecting our world and our country a whole d going out there and hillary has gone so far to the left and what do people talk about? they don't like her. they don't trust her. she's out of touch with reality. she hasn't driven in 20 years. there is a whole host of things going on with her and bernie taking the democratic party so far to the left. >> we've got one second. sum it up for us. >> with all due respect, policy is not what i heard during the republican debates. what i heard was insult after insult by everybody on stage by donald trump, and i think you can expect that kind of tone and tenor going into this general election. that was definitely not going about policy on the democratic side. that was all policy, all focused on how to move the country for. >> it's going to be intense.
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♪ ♪ welcome back. today is mothers day but may is also a month for weddings, vacations, graduation parties and as you also know, may is a great time to go shopping. >> is it? >> you know it is. >> here with the best bargains, andrea worth. >> thank you for having me. let's dive into the things you have here. sephora. >> beauty products are on sale in may because of mothers day so
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they make a lot of value gift sets. they make perfect presents. for yourself, it's a good item to purchase. for example, you can get this perfume sampler set it's valued at $114 and it's on sale for $55. it comes with a certificate, once you decide which fragrance you like, you can redeem it for a full-size bottle. >> o' henrickson. these value gift sets are perfect for yourself to buy and they will goe even later in may. >> some of the earrings here, i know abby was eyeing these. >> jewelry, another item we see on sale for mothers day. stores like k-mart have a lot of great deals.
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s they have these opal earrings on sale for $10 off and a lot of different beautiful jewelry. >> i've got to get one of these ovens. it has changed my life. >> it's the perfect item. kitchen goods because we're getting into the popular wedding season, a lot of people are obviously shopping for kitchen goods. kenmore from sears, this six-slice convection oven is on sale right now. >> garden supplies. >> we're seeing lots of sales, stores like home depot and lowe's. >> ten seconds left. >> j.c. penney. 50%, get a coupe pan at
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ask your doctor about non-insulin victoza®. it's covered by most health plans. good morning. it is sunday, may 8th, 2016. i'm abby huntsman. this is a fox news alert. a mystery security lapse at united nations. police are trying to help find the man. the republican party, who needs it? >> does the party have to be together? does it have to be unified? i'm very different from anybody else who has perhaps run for office. i actually don't think so. >> is he right? former presidential candidate mike huckabee is with us. here's president obama's
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comments to is class of 2016. >> be confident in your heritage. be confident in your blackness. >> what does that mean, exactly? we'll tell you coming up. we've got three more hours of "fox & friends." happy mothers day. ♪ ♪ good morning. happy mothers day, everyone. >> it's great to have you with us. >> abby huntsman you were down at the kentucky derby yesterday. >> i flew back to be with you too. >> i got home in time to watch the race. it was incredible -- it was so fun to see on tv after having been there. it's a spectacle. >> we're thrill to have you here this morning. we want you to send us your mothers day photos. a federal police officer who allegedly went on a deadly shooting spree now charged with
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murder. the alleged gunman was likely trying to steal a get away car when two of the murders happened. he was accused of gunning down his wife who just filed a protective order against him. and he was already on leave for a domestic incident and expected in court tomorrow. and a developing story, authorities are trying to find a man who broke into the united nations in new york, he scaled a wall and jumped into a river. and alberta, officials are expecteding the blaze to cross into a nearby province. it could double in size and continue to burning months. the world's greatest
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swimmeswimmer is now a son. the baby, boomer, was welcomed by michael phelps and his girlfriend. happy mothers day to michael phelps wife. >> that is exciting news. we're standing by with a mothers day forecast. this rain we've been seeing for four straight months now on the east coast. will that go away now? >> do you like it? d.c. had 12 days in a row with measurable rain. a lot of people complaining about it. take a look at the maps to show you what i'm talking about. this is yesterday. we had incredible storms move across parts of colorado and take a look at some of the
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tornadoes. one home was destroyed. overall, you get in a place like that and it's not that bad. that was yesterday. now this storm pulls off toward the east and we're going to watch the severe weather threat move across areas of kansas and oklahoma stretching all the way up through nebraska and down through texas. tomorrow moves again a little farther up toward the east, down toward the red river valley and that gloom that clayton was mentioning, we have one last line of storms about to come across the new york city area and across new england. behind that, we'll see sunshine for the afternoon so moms can come out and enjoy it. the southeast, looking great again. improving a little bit over the last couple of days. back to you inside. >> finally. >> we want to bring in governor mike huckabee, our old friend this morning to bat around some of the news data.
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you are from ar kansas -- arkansas you've been watching the clinton saga for three years. here's part of what donald trump had to say. >> does the party have to be together? does it have to be unified. i'm different than everybody else who has run for office. i actually don't think so. i'm going to get millions of people from the democrats, i'm going to get bernie people to vote because they like me on trade. >> the sound bite didn't match the question, you can roll with it. is donald trump right is that he doesn't need to unite the party in order to win? >> i think in away he may be right. he doesn't have to bring everybody together. you've heard this from mitt romney, paul ryan. when he says i don't have to
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unite the party, he has to unite the voters and sometimes the voters go a different direction than the elites and that's what happened in this election cycle, so what we're going to see is a very different kind of voting mix. you've seen it on the democrat side. that's why bernie has done so well. he's shocked the democrat at least and bottom line the people in washington still to the extent get it. people are mad at them. it's about them and it's not good. they stick their nose higher in the air and act like that those poor, dumb idiots out there in america have no reason to be upset. they do have a reason to be upset. forgive me if you've heard this question before, you know the clintons well. donald trump's line of attack going -- saying look you are going to lecture me about relationships and women?
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here's what he said yesterday. >> she's married to a man who was the worst abuser of women in the history of politics. she's married to a man who hurt many women and hillary, if you look, hillary hurt many women, the women that he abused. she's married to a man who got impeached for lying. >> nobody, nobody, perhaps in the history of politics was worse to women or abused women more than bill clinton. and she's taking negative ads on me. do you remember the famous i did not have sex with that woman and a couple of months later, i'm guilty. and she's taking negative ads on me. look, look, folks, this politics is a dirty business. >> two questions there. will that work? will that line of attack from donald trump work and you know the clintons well.
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how will they respond? >> first of all, let's talk about how donald trump is responding. it's going to be incendiary, anybody who thinks this is a movie entitled "love story" has got it wrong. if this is a movie, it's going to be call "there will be blood. "it's going to be a rough and tumble election. we can expect this will be worse than normal because the clintons have a long, long history of scorched earth when it's necessary. now, they will do less than that, but in this case, it's going to require an extraordinary level of just, you know, going after and essentially creating the equivalent of political naypalm. if anybody doesn't expect donald trump to give back more, if anybody doesn't expect it, they haven't been watching.
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>> chelsea clinton has an idea who says you can give to her mother, hillary clinton, for mothers day. >> i was wondering if you were going to give that to your wife for mothers day. >> you know, it's the hardest thing in the world. if i tell you, i'll be telling her and she will be watching. why don't we let it be our little secret and tell you off camera. >> chelsea clinton is asking for americans. >> forgive me, i'm not going to send hillary clinton a contribution for mothers day. i think i would rather probably be dipped in boiling oil before i would encourage her presidential campaign at this point. >> it's like that seinfeld episode, where george cost stanza made up a charity fund, called the human fund. >> governor, it's great to see
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you. thanks for coming up. president obama had this message for the class of 2016. >> be confident in your blackness. there's no one way to be black. >> condoleezza rice encourages students she spoke to to be proud of their individuality. what do moms want most on mothers day? the answer just ahead. if you're running a business, legalzoom has your back. over the last 10 years we've helped one million business owners get started. visit legalzoom today for the legal help you need to start and run your business. legalzoom. legal help is here.
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be confident in your blackness. there's no one way to be black. there's no straitjacket, there's no constraint. there's no litmus test for authenticity. >> president obama delivering a pointed talk among other things race at one of the nation's leading historically black college, howard in washington. couldn't doll leeza rice had a different message, she said more people today enjoy lives of opportunities than in all of human history. this progress has been the concerted effort not of cynics and of visionaries and open mifts and idealists who deal with the world as it is. we were discussing earlier in the show this idea of blackness and the president says that as if we all should know what that means. what does that mean? >> it is actually incredibly
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difficult to define and one of the reasons why i think the president said there are about as many ways to be black as there are black people which actually leaves you with something that seems pretty meaningless and empty quite frankly what i think when i think about race. when the president says to a classroom or a roomful of graduating students you should take pride in your blackness, take pride in this ephemeral thing you happen to be rather than the thing you are able to actually accomplish, that strikes me as something very hollow and vapid something we should shy away. i understand our country had a history of discrimination, but the appropriate response isn't for us to root our pride in our blackness, it's to regard race for what it is, this intangible thing that isn't of particular
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consequence. >> god bless. >> i got that from zoren hill-hearseton. that people who happen to look like you can do things that can be virtuous or not. couldn't doll leeza spoke to those same themes. he also said the students were inheriting a world that was better than the world he grew up in. we've overcome the great challenges of this country, the trouble with it is he pairs it too much of of the past and emphasis on there's still racial descrimgses and disparities. the disparities in the criminal
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justice system, i'm less concern that we're locking up less black people as a percentage of the population and we're locking up less people overall. if you adjust those disparities so we're locking up more white people, that's a problem, that's not a solution. i think he talks about these issues in the wrong way and oftentimes arrives at the wrong solution. >> it seems like this country is more divided than it's ever been especially when it comes to blacks and whites. how do we move forward, and come together? >> i don't think we're more divided than we've ever been. i think we have a very poisonous and backward conversation when it comes to race in this country. we're overly sensitive about things. there was a moment in this speech that the president talked about black people, the bond between them, they have a unique understanding of justice. if anything, that calibration that make them to understand justice is a little out of whack because the black lives matter
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movement has embraced any number of saints who mike brown, by all accounts, if we actually look at what happened here, by all accounts he committed strong arm robbery, potentially assaulted a police officer in the street and there are still people who walk around as if he had his hands up, when there have been two independent investigations that have suggested that wasn't the case. granted, there are problems with the criminal justice system. there are things that need to be reformed and accomplished in this country. we're not talking about those things if we're distracted by the fact that blacks happen to be overrepresented in the certain criminal justice population. >> i'm agreeing with you vehemently. wouldn't be it nice to have any president, democrat or republican, articulate the things that we have in common? the beliefs we hold, regardless of what we look like. what does it mean to be an american? i would like to hear that. >> what does it mean to be a
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good and virtuous human being? if i had children, that's what i would encourage them. my height, i didn't do anything to get those. >> i can listen to you all morning long. >> impressive. >> our jaws drop just listening to you. >> good to see you. coming up here on the show, it turns out drones crashing into airplanes not that big of a deal, the frightening message from the former member of the ntsb. you want to deliver breakfast to your mom this mothers day? there's an app for that. and his mom, he brought his mom. >> oh. ♪ ♪ what super poligrip does for me
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today, facebook is getting in mothers day spirit and debuting its new flower icon but can an icon replace the emotion your mom gets from the real deal. >> our cyber guy says there might be better gadgets to send your mom on mothers day. kurt joins us with his mom. >> let's see what your mom thinks of this technology. >> she is the better version without any question of anyone in our family. i have to say this, this is going on on line and people are up in arms about this because facebook i think had really good intentions with this, but it depends where you are regionally. you know how you can like a post of your friends or family on facebook. now you can add a flower?
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that all happened today in certain areas. we don't know where on facebook, they did say in a staple they intend to allow people to give some love to mir mother today by giving them these fake flowers on facebook. >> would you be okay from getting fake flowers from a facebook icon or would you rather have real? >> i would have really loved real. >> take a look at this cool idea. you've seen snapchat allows you to jump on and face swap. all of us jumped into it. my mother had a little wine last night and i was able to sneak these images out. these are fun. you can actually save -- you can take images -- >> is that you? >> is that you, maggie? >> yes. >> we went out to dinner. i was like have another glass of wine. we have work to do later. she played along. you can take pictures you
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already have your mom, this morning, you can do these, and then just send them to her if you are not in the same city. she's going to regret all of this because she doesn't even know it was shot there. in person, you can face swap. >> now we're talking. >> you face swapped with your mom. >> these all look so creepy. >> thank you. >> a face swap that looks good. >> your hair with your moms face on it. >> early this morning, that's me and i took tucker's face. >> that's a lovely gift for your mom. i put tucker's face on my hair. combine, we look like eric bolling. >> you do. take a look at what i sent my mom this morning. you got this. what did you think of this mothers day card that came electronically? >> that, i love. i loved it. >> i took a picture. it allows you to custom it.
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you can put your own photos in there. you can design away and it's free to send them. they are trying to get you to pay to have a real one printed out. you don't have to. it's free. it's fun. >> that's better than fake flowers. >> totally better. jump to this one, it depends on where you live in the country, most major cities allow you to send mom breakfast in bed and there are several apps that allow to do that. if you are in charlotte or atlanta or a number of major u.s. cities, you can do that. in thousands of u.s. cities there are other on-demand food services such as seamless or grub hub. those allow you to do that. >>. >> no excuse. >> they will come into your house. >> they ring the doorbell. >> mom, i wanted to jump and grab this. the facebook flowers or this? >> ah. >> that is so sweep. >> happy mothers day. >> thank you. thank you, everyone. >> i sent both my mother and
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mother-in-law flowers. you got to do it. >> i love these. >> i did not use an app. >> i love them. >> thank you for being here. >> thank you for having me. it is, of course, a very special mothers day for one firefighters family. he just delivered his own baby. and those details just ahead. then what says i love you mom more than homemade breakfast. we're going to help you make the perfect mothers day meal. powdered sugar falling from the skies. >> i know where i'm going. >> we'll be right back with that. ♪ ♪ >> i would like to say happy mothers day to my wife jeanine and my daughter courtney both from cuyahoga falls, ohio. happy mothers day. i love you both. ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> welcome back. we're sharing your mothers day photos this morning from our staff. here's pruk assistant marissa with her mom.
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writer shannon carney with her mom and overnight news anchor jackie ibanez taking a selfie with her mom. love that. nicole pepperman with her mom, she's one of our booking producers here. happy mothers day. >> production assistant kelly may with her mother sandy. >> and producer megan mcdonald with her mom and two sisters and sons. one of our writers. and director lisa moeberly is directing us now by the way with her lovely mom. that was beautiful where ever she is. we're going to share your mothers day photos. not just our staff. we have great people who put in tireless efforts overnight. >> and many thanks to their moms
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for raising them. headlines developing right now. prayers this morning, a college football running back who is fighting for his life. greg bryant was caught shot in a car along with another passenger. he's in critical condition. investigators are looking for witnesses s he transferred to the university of alabama in birmingham last year. and new surveillance video just coming in this morning of a missing nine-year-old girl. this footage shows carlie trent and her uncle. her uncle by marriage took out of school by wednesday. there's a $10,000 reward for carlie's safe return. the fear of drones bringing down an airline giant -- jet is
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apparently baloney. he says they need to cool their jets. he said drones are like birds, just one won't bring down a plane. firefighter goes beyond the call of duty while driving to the hospital to deliver their couple's first daughter. jeremy roberts found himself in a unique situation releasing the baby would not wait. he had to deliver the baby girl in the front seat of his own truck. the family is happy and healthy following the rushed delivery. >>. could you image that? >> no. it's pretty cool, though. >> you could tell the story, though. >> are you sure you can handle it? >> i've seen it four times. i know i couldn't handle it. >> give me some towels and hot water. >> let's stop this conversation right now. to the weather right now. significant damage in several areas of colorado after a series of remarkably big tornadoes hit the eastern part of that state.
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at least five people were injured. >> twisters causing damage to buildings, knocking down power lines. the most significant twister was a half mile wide and traveled six miles. there were several tornadoes. >> may is the peak of tornado season. take a look at the maps. we'll show you what's going on across the northeast. get ready for sunshine. not starting out sunny but we will see sun by end of the day. it's going to be really welcome. it's going to be a nice start for this coming week. people across the east are going to be ready for that. southeast you are looking great. texas, you are going to see some storms, mostly strong winds. i think the worst of the tornadoes potentially across oklahoma and kansas, we can be watching for pretty large
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tornadoes. very nice farther to the north. a little too warp. the fires are still going across areas of northern minnesota and we have a lot of smoke in the area especially around the minneapolis area. west, a little more remaining snow but overall things not looking bad for mom. >> good news for mothers day. >> they say food is love. that's exactly my mom. what says more -- i love you more than homemade breakfast. >> here to help you make the perfect mothers day meal, robert scott, a top chef. it smells so good. i wish we had smell-owe vision to people could know what we experience. >> if you want to make friends in the studio, fry eggs in the hallway next to the coffee station. what we're going to do is my version of fried egg sandwiches for mom. i'm going to show you how many different ways you can do bread the right way. this is the toaster.
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100% whole grain, whole wheel wheat. 23 grams of whole grain per serving. the cool thing is, rick, can you flip an egg? >> like this. >> like the real deal. what you want to do is i used a little bit of whole butter here's my trip -- trick. crack the eggs inside the bowl, that way you are not trying to play finding the shell. this is your one chance. the egg is a little lucy goosy. pull forward, flip back. don't use your pinkies. >> i'm frightened right now. >> oh, my goodness. did you really just do that? >> this isn't my first rodeo
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ride. >> what do we do? >> cheese, avocado. >> the hardest part is flipping that egg. >> mayo on both sides. tomato, jack cheese, i have bacon already done. you can build the whole meal. if you want to do something different, i have three or four different variations, guys, i want to show you what i did with my friends at arnold. i couldn't even do this. we're putting rick's eggs on top. i have another egg right here. >> it looks great. >> once you build it, now you put your bread on top. >> that's a beautiful sandwich. >> check this out. i don't have kids but i was trying to think what's the perfect way to have the kids incorporate inside for mothers day. have them write a card for mom and use it as the trivet or the
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plate underneath the plate when you bring the tray to mom. what you are going to do is tease it on top. this is my greek yogurt parfait. >> stay away from my hair. this is greek yogurt with turbi turbineadao sugar on top. >> watch out for hair. i took the same bread. i made the peach jam. >> i love this. >> i want to see you try to eat
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that sandwich. >> you have to have a little mimosa. >> we love -- >> cheers. >> you have a cookbook coming out. >> i do. it's called 1:00 to 5:00. we're excited about the book. check it out. it's on amazon now for presale. >> thanks for being with us this morning. >> oh, my god. get rick ready. i know you guys are jealous. >> i'll be over there. >> coming up here on the show, president obama just commuted the sentences of 58 federal prisoners serving time on drug charges. is this criminal justice reform working or is it adding more danger to our society. we'll have a fair and balanced debate on that next. what happens when you fall asleep behind the wheel?
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riders a great view of lake erie at cedarpoint. >> i hate rks. so freaky. commuted 268 offenses which is more than the previous six presidents combined, but we're not done and we're going to keep on working on this until i leave. >> well, president obama's push for what he describes as criminal justice reform continue this week as he commuted the sentences of 58 federal inmates serving time for drug charges, bringing the total to 308, granting clemency for his presidency. more reforms coming up. are they a good idea? it's great to see you both. there is a kind of broad bipartisan consensus that there are people in jail who shouldn't be in there. sentenced for nonviolent crimes.
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is what the president doing a bad thing? >> of course, it's a bad thing. he can't boast he's done more than all six presidents previously combined. the reasons that other presidents didn't commute these large numbers of criminals is they took their powers seriously and looked at each case individually. he's commuting allowing out on the street major league drug dealers from federal institutions, one of the individuals he released the other day or will release early was caught with over a ton of cocaine. i don't think that was for his personal use. all of these folks were in jail for distribution, for drug dealing. these are drug lords in federal prison that theresident is trying to release, pretending that it's criminal justice reform. we have rising crime. the justice reform ought to be
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to address rising crime. >> that's not true. >> i will give the president credit unlike bill clinton, he's not taking bribes in order to commute these sentences or pardon anybody. >> well, we don't know. >> we don't know but we'll give him the benefit of the doubt. the people are moving next door to president obama? >> they are not moving anywhere to be honest. >> what do you mean? >> the reason why is because we didn't have a prison epidemic. we lock up more prisoners in our country than any other country in the world, yet we have less crime than most of them. >> let me stop you right there. do you acknowledge there might be a connection between locking up bad people and having less crime? do you see that? >> not when -- no. because when one in three people go to jail in many communities that's not necessarily the case, but we spent $77 per person. the average american spends $77 per person 1980 on the prison system. now it's $260 per person.
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this is out of control. this all started with mandatory minimums. when somebody would get caught with a little bit of weed on the streets and go to jail for 20, 30 years, not be at home with their children, rip apart communities. they are examining the situation deeply. they know the people they are releasing, this is what the president said, they are examining who they are releasing and seeing if they were given way too much compared to what they would get today for a similar -- >> this is a lot of a reaction against bill clinton's crime policies during the 1990s. do you think that these commutations and criminal justice generally is partially responsible for the rising crime that we're seeing? >> the recidivism rate of federal offenders is over -- is about 50%. the state level is in the 70s. we know about half of the people who are released early by this administration will go on to commit crimes. again, there was an instance of someone released under prior
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sentencing reform in ohio. he went on a murder a woman and her two children. that murder wouldn't have occurred, and that cost is never accounted for in the cost of prison. the cost of crime is unimaginable to the victims and the potential victims and i want to protect the public safety and the idea even talking about reducing sentences, i think, is causing the increase in time too. folks think there might not be a penalty. >> since you support this, will you commute to tracking what happens to these people? >> absolutely. i think that's part of prison reform. you can take examples of any system and that's not indicative what's happening in the system. the reality is we don't set up a situation where prisoners can get jobs and housing. that's a federal -- that's a standard from the federal government. >> we're out of time with that. thank you both. spirited defense of your
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welcome back. this is such a great story. one man turning his own struggles with school into a semiautomatico biographical graphic novel to help others. it's called "nelson beats the odds," about a young boy grewing up with learning disabilities. how did the author turn his own battles into inspiration for young children? let's ask him. here is the author of "nelson beats the odds," therapist and founder of creative medicine, rodney sidney. he is here to tell his story. >> nice to meet you. >> what was it like growing up with what at the time, i guess teachers had described as what, adhd? >> yes. >> what was it like growing up
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among your peers? >> well, for me it was difficult because i had to hide the fact that i had a learning disability, so i kept it a secret from my best friends. the only people that knew were my teachers and my parents. so, for me it was all about keeping a huge secret out of fear of being teased by my friends and other people at the school. >> how difficult was it? i have to imagine when someone then puts this label on you, you now have adhd. >> yes. >> did you feel like something was wrong with you? >> definitely, i did. i really -- i felt like -- because i struggled. my handwriting was really bad, so i had a specific learning disability, too. and with the adhd being more of a behavioral diagnosis, i felt like that caused me to get into a lot of trouble. for instance, being sent out of the classroom, going to the office, unable to sit still. so you know, i did really feel like it did impact my life. >> so, the book "nelson beats the odds," tell us about this. why were you inspired to write this book? >> i was actually inspired by my special education teacher, ruth tobey. and she actually told me to tell my story. and i was like, how could i tell
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my story? i had never written a book before. i didn't know how to write a book. but i went online and googled and searched youtube about self-publishing and was able to find out who to contact to get it done. >> that's amazing. what's been the response from other kids who maybe are growing up with learning disabilities? >> the response has been really huge, particularly from parents that work with the kids, because a lot of parents sort of feel like the learning disability's their fault, and they sort of take on a lot of that. so when they read the book, they feel more comfortable taking their kid to get diagnosed or to, you know, take them to see if they're eligible for any services or special education. >> what message do you have for kids who are watching this morning and are learning with disabilities? you're a therapist. >> yes. >> you've beaten the odds. >> yes. i would say definitely be encouraged, be strong, be bold, don't give up, because there's times when i felt like giving up and i didn't. and also, think about the future. for me, i graduated high school with a 1.8 gpa. >> wow. >> and i didn't --
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>> how old are you now? >> exactly, so -- >> on "fox & friends," everyone. the book is called "nelson beats the odds." go buy it and give it to somebody you love whog dealing with this same thing. thank you for being with us. >> thank you. thank you. >> we have chris wallace coming up to analyze the day's politics news. can donald trump win? e this. the nicoderm cq patch with unique extended release technology helps prevent the urge to smoke all day. i want this time to be my last time. that's why i choose nicoderm cq. twell what if i told you that peanuts can work for you? that's right. i'm talking full time delivery of 7 grams of protein and 6 essential nutrients. ever see a peanut take a day off? i don't think so. harness the hardworking power of the peanut.
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saying that has everyone talking this morning. it's what he's wearing. hmm. maybe our own abby huntsman will have a look at that down at the derby. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ i wanna see you be brave ♪ say what you wanna say, let the words fall out ♪ great. i was just saying, thank goodness there's not going to be any rain for mother's day. >> right. you jinxed it. >> rick looked at me. rick said, no, no, it will clear up by this afternoon. happy mother's day, everyone. >> happy mother's day. >> the holiday we can all celebrate. we're all implicated in mother's day. >> that's right. >> there's no avoiding it. >> you keep saying that. >> it's true. abby huntsman on the couch for the first time, hopefully not the last time. it's been great. >> great to see you! >> you've been great. great to be here. >> we have been wonderful. >> you are wonderful. >> man, we're wonderful. send us your mother's day
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photos, friends@foxnews.com, ffweekend on facebook. you can also post them there. nancy wrote us. she says "it's mother's day" and her son jack's 25th birthday. happy birthday. >> and cindy leakes from maryland sent this picture and said her mom's her best friend. >> love that. my mom's my best friend, too. >> so nice. we start with extreme weather this morning, destruction in areas in colorado after a series of tornadoes hit the eastern part of that state. at least five people were injured. >> not going anywhere. [ sirens ] >> i think we're okay. it's still moving to the right. >> wow. looks like the movie "independence day" or something. >> unbelievable. >> twisters causing damage to buildings, knocked out power lines. several reports say the most significant twister was a half mile wide, traveled about six miles. in total, there were 12 reports of tornadoes. there's a lot going on and rick is following all of this. really intense. >> yeah, very intense. fortunately, not a very
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populated area, the northeastern corner of colorado, a lot of farm country, not a lot of people, so you don't have potentially the damage you could have had. today i think we're going into a more populated area with it. this is where tornadoes generally happen in may, tornado alley. may is the most active tornado month that we have, and so, we're getting in on this. dropping these tornadoes in northeastern colorado. now the storm pulls farther off towards the east, and as it does, the severe weather threat cuts across oklahoma. this is the potential of large tornadoes. anywhere you see the yellow, i think we'll be talking about strong winds and certainly large hail along with this as well. tomorrow we also have this heading out across arkansas, into missouri and the eastern side of kansas and in towards oklahoma and down across parts of texas as well. so, i think we're going to see about two days of tornadoes. it clears up a little bit for tuesday. temperaturewise, take a look at this, not that bad of a mother's day temperaturewise.
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watch what happens this week. tuesday, a big warm-up here across areas of texas getting into the 90s and then look at that thursday in phoenix. clayton, we always like to say this, there we go. 103 in phoenix. >> beautiful. >> 103. >> thanks, rick. >> that's hot. now to morning headlines. a federal police officer who allegedly went on a deadly shooting spree is charged with murder. maryland police say the alleged gunman was likely trying to steal a getaway car when two of the murders happened. the shooter is accused of gunning down his wife, who had just filed a protective order against him. the carjackings resulted in two more people being shot. he is already on leave for a domestic incident and is due in kourth tomorrow. police are looking for a man who scaled a wall and jumped into the east river to escape. dive crews went into the river to find the man with no such luck. police say he was last seen going under water but has not been spotted since. and new overnight, check your ticket.
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the winning powerball ticket was sold in new jersey and is worth $429 million. only one ticket matched all six numbers in saturday night's drawing. the winning powerball numbers were 5, 25, 26, 44 and 66. and the powerball number was 9. it is unclear, though, where the winning ticket was sold. it will likely be announced later today by lottery officials. hmm, good luck to them. well, the horse favored to win the 142nd kentucky derby did not disappoint. >> nyquist and exaggerator are coming to the line together! and nyquist is still unbeaten! he has won the kentucky derby! >> what a race. nyquist finishing the race in 2 minutes and 1 second. he is now the favorite to win the preakness in two weeks and the quest for the triple crown. political sighting there, ted cruz was at the derby. he declined an interview saying he was just there to have a good time. >> people were talking online. i couldn't tell, was that a
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seersucker? >> did he have pants on, too? >> i hope he had pants on. what kind of suit is that? i can't see -- >> i think it was maybe his shoes people were talking about. he looks very conventional to me. >> he fits right in, because i was there the last two days and everyone's wearing seersucker, interesting colors, funny ties, bow ties. i actually think he fits in. >> good for him. >> he has a life. >> this guy's been on the road for a year, running flat out, sleeping two hours a night. >> hope he had a mint julep. >> and you think he could have blended in. 140,000 people there? didn't happen. well, you remember that much earlier in this campaign back in august, the candidates were asked, will you support the eventual nominee on the republican side, no matter who it is? here's the moment from one of the gop debates in cleveland. watch. >> is there anyone on stage -- and can i see hands -- who is unwilling tonight to pledge your support to the eventual nominee of the republican party? raise your hand now if you won't make that pledge tonight. mr. trump.
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>> in the end, trump did actually make that pledge. he said i will support the eventual nominee. >> right, but he was vilified for that moment, raising his hand. booed. he was the one guy, i don't know, if the party's not nice to me, maybe i'll go somewhere else. >> and he spoke to abc's "this week," which will play later today, but saying i don't need these guys anyway. let's listen to that. >> does the party have to be together? does it have to be unified? i'm very different than anybody else perhaps who's ever run for office. i actually don't think so. i think that -- >> it doesn't have to be unified? >> no, i don't think so. i think it would be better if it were unified. i think there would be something good about it, but i don't think it has to be unified in the traditional sense. >> how do you think you're going to win? >> because i think i'm going to get millions of people from the democrats, i'm going to get people to vote because they like me on trade. i have to stay true to my principles, also. don't forget, this is the republican party, not the conservative party. >> he took to twitter to slam jeb bush and lindsey graham for basically saying they're violating the pledge that they made that night on that stage.
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>> the truth is, he's not in control of this. the party's not unified, no matter what he does. and i'm not saying he's making a huge attempt to unify it, but even if he did, there are people who won't vote for him who are looking for a third-party candidate and will vote for hillary because they agree with her more. she's less of a threat to their arrangements or whatever. so, in the end, the only way he wins is by winning people who wouldn't vote republican otherwise. i think that's just true. >> well, yeah. and he said that's what he'll be good at, bringing people together, crossing the aisle. he has a meeting this week with paul ryan and members of the house. he's got to prove he can actually do that. >> but does it matter that he unify this emorms republican party with all of the octopus arms? in the end, the people care what he's going to do for them. he's blown up the republican party. he's challenged what they believe. he is remaking it. whether you're for or against it, it's true. it's a different party with donald trump in charge than with george w. bush or mitt romney in charge. >> and i think you have the elites saying we're losing
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control of this thing. >> they definitely have lost control. >> governor huckabee on the show this morning said it doesn't really matter. watch. >> he doesn't have to bring everybody together. some people have already said they're not with him. you've heard this from mitt romney, paul ryan. people have said i'll never vote for trump. okay, fine, but a lot of people are. and i think when he says he doesn't have to unite the party, he has to unite the voters. and sometimes the voters go a different direction than do the elites, and that's what's happened in this election cycle. and so, what we're going to see is a very different kind of voting mix. you've seen it on the democrat side. that's why bernie has done so well. he's shocked the democrat elites. and donald trump has shocked the republican elites. >> yeah, i think he's right about that one. >> very true. well, president obama gave the commencement address at howard university, historically black college -- the premier historically black college in america. it's in washington. he did that yesterday. and among the many things he said, he addressed the question of blackness and encouraged the
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graduates of howard to take confidence from their race. listen. >> my generation, like all generations, is too confined by our experience, too invested in our own biases, too stuck in our ways. be confident in your heritage. be confident in your blackness. >> so, what does that mean? that's the question we've been discussing this morning. >> good question. >> what does it mean to embrace your blackness? we had camille foster on earlier in the show from freethinkmedia.com, and a really articulate summation of why he thinks the president is wrong on this issue. listen. >> when the president says to a classroom or a room full of graduating students you should take pride in your blackness, take pride in this ephemeral thing you happen to be, rather than the things that you are actually able to accomplish, that strikes me as something that is very hollow and vapd and
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probably something we should shy away from. i understand the instinct, that in this country there has been sort of a history of discrimination and that for some reason people may have felt shame associated with being black, but the appropriate response isn't for us to root our pride and our blackness. it's to regard race for what it is, this intangible thing that isn't of particular consequence that we ought to be always trying to move beyond, not embrace and hold close to us. >> you know, he -- >> such a deep point. >> he should travel the country and share this message, because it was all about individuality. >> right. >> and that's what we should be focused on. we were sitting on the couch listening to him with our jaws dropped. >> it's a flashback to my childhood, where these were conventional views when people were raised and told to take pride in the things you do. things you weren't responsible for, your eye color, your race, how tall you are, you didn't do that. so, why be proud of something you didn't do? this is an attempt to achieve
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color-blindness. nobody actually achieved it, but trying. that was normal then. it's not normal now. >> and his point, too, on the other side, not to walk around with guilt or shame about your race. >> right. >> not to have to embrace those sides of it as well. >> because you are not responsible for what people would look like you do. that's what he said. when jeffrey dahmer went and ate a bunch of people, i didn't feel like, oh, gosh, there's a white guy, i'm responsible for that. >> right. >> and nobody should be responsible for people for whom they're not responsible for. just because you look like someone, doesn't mean you're responsible for what he does, good or bad. >> it was well said. >> let us know your thoughts. we've had great comments about it this morning. you can weigh in. meanwhile, donald trump is not wasting any time, already going after bill clinton. >> he lied! do you remember the famous "i did not have sex with that woman." and then a couple of months later, i'm guilty. and she's taken negative ads on me! >> is that going to work? is that the key to beating hillary? chris wallace is here to react to this new attack line. >> can't wait for that one. and then listen to this, one
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tow truck driver under fire for refusing to pick up a stranded driver with a bernie sanders sticker on the car. >> the side of my truck doesn't say freebee, you know? and every time i've dealt with these people in recent history i get burned. >> did he go too far? we report. you decide. ♪
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in the history of politics, hillary clinton's husband abused women more than any man that we
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know of in the history of politics. they're going to spend $90 million on bad ads about me having to do with women. there is nobody that respects women more than i do. he lied! you remember the fabulous, "i did not have sex with that woman"? and then a couple of months later, "i'm guilty." and she's taken negative ads on me! >> donald trump not wasting any time going after bill clinton, but is this the key to defeating hillary in the fall? >> here to react, "fox news sunday" host chris wallace. chris, great to see you this morning. obviously, donald trump's been hurting among the women vote, of course. disapproval very, very high. is this line of attack going to move the needle? >> well, first of all, i mean, it's may. you kind of expect that maybe we'll get into some of this in october. the idea that months before the convention we'd be here.
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and the other thing is there was an outburst of this at one point when hillary clinton several months ago went after trump and women, and he said i'm counterpunching. but he said, look, if she stays above that kind of stuff, i'll stay above it as well. and now here he is in it again on just the possibility that a super pac may attack him on women. so i don't know. i can't imagine, one, that it's going to be a great way for us to spend the campaign, and two, you know, it blunts her attacks on women to some degree, but i'm not sure it changes it a great deal, i think to the degree that people are upset about bill clinton and hillary clinton and the affairs that's kind of baked into the cake. >> but does it make it harder? i think his bet is it makes it harder for her to posit herself as a champion of women when she attacks women whom her husband has had relations. does that work? >> i don't think it will change a lot of minds.
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if you're a suburban republican woman who's distressed by some of the things trump has said. as i say, you know about bill clinton and you know about hillary clinton. i'm not sure it's going to change your mind. >> chris, you know donald trump's been saying he actually does not need to unite party in order to take on the white house. you have manafort on the show today. i'm sure you'll ask him about that. what do you expect? >> i don't know. i'd be interested to hear what he says. seems to me it's a big issue. let's not talk about paul ryan and whether he has to get along with paul ryan, but any candidate for president has got to have almost universal support inside their party, usually, you know, 80%, 90%. and you know hillary clinton's going to have that on the democratic side. if there's a real split and 20% to 30% of republicans either aren't going to vote or are going to vote for clinton or just going to sit it out, i think it's awfully hard for donald trump. he's got to come to terms to some degree with, if not, as i say, paul ryan, with the republican base or republican
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voters, or i don't see how he wins the election. >> it will be interesting to see what he has to say to that. we'll be watching that in just a couple hours. chris wallace, thanks for being with us this morning. we appreciate it. >> you bet. >> thanks, chris. coming up here on the show, a professor was just doing some math on a plane, some math equations, but that didn't stop one passenger from reporting him to the stewardesses and saying, we've got a problem. he might be a terrorist. it is terrifying, but wounded warriors around the world will compete at a special event called the evictus games. they are about to get under way in the state of florida. we'll take you there in just a minute. ♪ at ally bank, no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like vacations equal getting carried away. more proactive selling. what do you think michal? i agree. let's get out there. let's meet these people.
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good morning. now to a fox news alert. firefighters in alberta, canada, are now predicting this massive wildfire will cross into the bordering province and could burn for months. images are incredible. look at this. only shells of cars and homes remain. another fox news alert this morning, drug lord el chapo being moved to a prison near the u.s./mexico border. he will be in a facility near el paso, texas. the kingpin who escaped twice from mexican prisons is fighting extradition to the united states. hmm. well, this week, nearly 500 wounded military veterans and active-duty military from 14 countries will come together to compete in a very special tournament. >> it's the second invictus games. it kicks off today in orlando. we're joined live from the games by lea gabrielle with a special guest. good morning, lea. >> reporter: good morning, guys. the men and women who are here have served their countries and have made extreme sacrifices. in fact, that's why they're here. i'm standing here with one of
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them, navy veteran mike raggio. nice to have you with us. >> thank you for having me. >> tell us about your service. you told me you joined the navy to right some wrongs. >> my father was a drug smuggler, so i joined the navy to pretty much do the opposite of what he did. and that's exactly what i did. i did counter drug, counter human trafficking and some rescues. >> reporter: and as a search-and-rescue swimmer, you saved lives. >> yes, 57. >> reporter: then you found yourself injured. tell us about your injury and how swimming's been part of your rehabilitation. >> swimming was fundamental with my recovery. i was able to get back in the pool again once i started being able to take steps. originally i wasn't walking. i was in diapers. and i took the pool to the next level. i got to the point where i could start pushing off the wall, start doing laps. and eventually, i created a hierarchy at the pool where we would race until i was approached by a woman one day who brought me into the world of adaptive sports. >> reporter: what was it like
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using sports not just to rehabilitate yourself but also to really be a role model for others? >> it's incredible. i haven't even thought about that until now. i think that all of the athletes here at invictus fit that role. we are all coming together. we're all coming from similar backgrounds, and we've all accomplished some kind of major adversity and struggle in our lives. >> reporter: right. so, you and i, we're both in the navy. and normally, we'd be going, beat army. but this is a competition where everyone's coming together as a team to compete as the u.s. team, right? >> exactly. and really, the comradery here is outstanding. i was out at the pool yesterday competing and watching some of these guys compete who were missing limbs or had other types of ailments. it was hard not get emotional to see how these guys were overcoming these huge obstacles, and they were out there competing, pulling times that an able-bodied person would be happy with. >> reporter: now, i'm hearing
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that you've already been competing and that you actually were really pulling it out yesterday. can you tell us about what happened? >> i was actually bumped up a category. i'm competing against the open category. i'm no longer competing with the spinal cord injuries, and i competed with 24 of the toughest athletes around the world in the preliminary rounds where it was broken down to eight athletes, and i made it into the finals. i couldn't be more proud. i am so happy i was able to pull that one off for the united states and really get the opportunity to serve again. i'm an asset. >> reporter: it sounds like what invictus means to you is really coming out here. >> it does. the poem of invictus resonates with me "i am the master of fate, i am the captain of my soul," and i really feel that here. >> reporter: yeah. well, we are so proud of you and it is wonderful to be here at the invictus games. the games will be kicking off this morning with track and field and the opening ceremonies are tonight. back to you guys. >> leigh gabriel at the invictus
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games. >> what an incredible man. thanks, lea. well the fed says they've stopped listening to your calls, but your e-mails are a different game. plus what happens when a trump supporter is called to tow a car with a bernie sanders sticker on it? >> came over, i think the lord came to me and just said get in the truck and leave. it's not fair, but it's the norm nowadays. it's the world in which we live in. at the end of the day, it is what it is and it's all good. ♪ you can go your own way >> but is it all good? we'll report and you can decide. ♪ go your own way hi, i'm jason. i'm currently stationed in kosovo. i want to wish my mother a happy mother's day. thank you for being so patient with me growing up. i also want to wish my wife, lisa, happy mother's day as well. i only have to look at my two young boys to know how good you are. i love you, lisa. ♪
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♪ welcome back. happy mother's day. want to show you some photos of our staff this morning. associate producer sarah sonic and her mom, pat. have you ever been to sonic's, by the way? they make delicious milkshakes. >> oh, it's our production
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assistant lauren woodhall with mother barbara, sisters britney and lindsey. >> and writer katie did i francisco with her mother, peg. >> and live producer laura peacock with her mom, suzanne and sister natalie. happy mother's day. >> line producer kelly nish is actually producing right now with her mom, christine. >> then we have booker kelly mcnally, her mom nancy and her sister, jen. >> we have writer kyle with his mom annie. happy mother's day, annie. and send your photos in at home this morning if you're watching on this mother's day. >> they all look like they're on some beautiful vacation somewhere. >> it is really nice. one thing i've learned in the 25 years i've been married is almost no man gets married thinking about will this girl be a good mother. >> right. >> it's more along the lines of is she cute? >> really, they don't? >> men are pretty shallow, turns out. >> are you the same way? >> yeah. >> this happened to me, but i actually found out that my wife's the best mother ever.
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and i think she's on the phone -- it's true, four children later -- from the dog park. susie, are you there? >> i'm here. good morning! >> good morning. >> good morning. >> good morning, susie. >> were you able to hear that lovely compliment? >> i did. i did. thank you, sweetie. >> it is true. you don't think about that. i mean, i'm a uniquely shallow person, as you know better than anybody, but that never occurred to me. you've got to find -- and it's a good thing. >> thank you. >> what has been the key to being such a great mom in the carlson family? >> you know, i honestly think feeling so grateful every day for my husband and for my children and feeling blessed. we're all so blessed, and i'm so grateful for them. >> thank you. >> well, you have such a beautiful family. i want to know, what has tucker done for you this morning? did he leave you a special tweet in bed this morning, flowers, french toast? >> no, but watching you all on tv always makes my weekend in
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the morning. >> actually, for mother's day, i left the city entirely and came to new york. >> yeah. >> so, you left the queen bed wide open. >> just a picture of the dog. i should say, not only is she truly an amazing mother to four children on the screen now, but she's also an as good mother to meg and dave, our two spaniels. there's meg. are you with the dog right now? >> i am. i'm at the dog park. >> i hope they appreciate you. >> my happy place. yeah, they do. >> not you, but the dogs. >> i love that we're on the show and tucker's saying constantly that susie's text pictures of the dogs to tucker -- >> every morning. >> we've already seen them this morning. >> yeah, but clayton, i always say, do not show the pictures of the dogs to everybody in the studio because they're bored by them. >> oh, we've seen them. >> no, but i know you're wrong. people do want to see pictures of my dogs. i'm convinced of that. susie, i will see you tonight for dinner. >> all right. >> happy mother's day. >> thank you all. have a great day! bye-bye. >> what are you cooking for her tonight? >> yeah, that's so nice of you.
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>> we're going to the georgetown club, so. we're not big on cooking. but we are big on eating together. >> that's great. >> how cute. >> well, happy mother's day. send your photos of your family this morning and we'll send them throughout the broadcast. >> yeah, we want to hear from you. two boaters on a fishing trip are rescued after their vessel capsized off jupiter inlet in florida. a large wave knocked the two men off the 16-foot boat, sending them into the water. their saving grace, a water-proof cell phone that they used to alert the coast guard. the pair clung to the boat for about a half hour before emergency responders pulled them from the rough waters. only one of them, luckily, had to be taken to the hospital. well, an american airlines flight delay over math. listen to this. a woman mistaking this italian man for a terrorist. she alerted a flight attendant in a note after she saw him writing down equations, leading officials to pull the ivy league professor off the plane for questioning. he later said he was working on a math problem for a speech he was writing. he returned to the flight headed from philly to syracuse while
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his accuser opted for a later trip. well, even though the bulk collection of telephone records has ended, the government is still going through calls and e-mails. well, now congress is making another push to find out what is going on. they have asked the nation's top intelligence officer for the number of americans' e-mails and calls that were collected. that's because even though foreigners are the target, americans are sucked in as well. and outrage from a stranded bernie sanders supporter. tucker loves this story. after a tow truck driver refuses to pick her up for political reasons. look at this. >> says i can't tell you. i said, why? what's wrong with the car? he said, no, you're a bernie supporter. i was like, no, wait, really? >> the side of my truck says shupie. it doesn't say freebee, you know? and every time i've dealt with these people in recent history i get burned. >> so, the driver noticed the bernie sanders bumper sticker and sign on the front windshield. north carolina legal experts say that no laws were broken. >> come on. >> the truck driver, though, recommended that she call the
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government for a tow truck. dmn, just give the woman a ride. >> i have a feeling -- >> i agree. >> if donald trump saw a broken-down bernie supporter on the side of the road -- >> what would he do? >> he would have that person towed and help that person. am i right? >> i don't know. it'd be interesting. probably. >> i'll bet he would. >> probably. >> he's trying to make america great again. you give people rides. >> right. >> that's what we're about. >> on your plane. that's what i'd do. >> umbrellas. these guys offered to share their umbrella. you're very smart. you came to new york for four days and it's rained almost the entire time. >> it has. yesterday was pretty good, though. >> reporter: and you're leaving today? >> yes. >> reporter: sun's going to come out this afternoon, just so you know. you're heading back to atlanta. take a look at the maps, tell you what's going on. temperaturewise, here's what it looks like. if you're taking mom out for maybe a brunch. hopefully, mom's in bed and you're making her brunch. but here's what the northeast looks like. we are at the last end of the rain towards the mid-atlantic
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and the northeast. there will be a little bit of leftover showers across the interior section, but a much better day today and spectacular tomorrow. haven't said that in a long time. down to the east and southern plains, storms firing across texas and oklahoma, maybe a few tornadoes in that, certainly strong, gusty and large hail, especially across parts of oklahoma. then the same goes on across areas of kansas and missouri. as the day heats up in the afternoon, we'll see things get a lot more unstable and the storms will fire around the great lakes. you're looking much nicer. and finally, across areas of the west, where it has been very unsettled, still one more day of unsettled weather here. you start to warm up this week, but one more day of scattered showers, some clouds and breezy conditions. all right, guys, back to you inside. >> thank you, rick. >> you're the best, rick. thank you. >> thanks, rick. coming up on the show, a new bombshell surrounding the iran nuclear deal. a top obama aide says the administration used hand-picked experts to sell it. the former director of the cia is here next to react to that. then, still looking for the perfect mother's day gift?
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they breached an agreement. they are finalizing plans to open a brewery in milwaukee, threatening the brewer's home turf. back to you. >> thanks a lot, abby. a top aide to president obama now admitting to cherry picking experts in order to sell the iran nuclear deal to the public. in a bombshell "the new york times" interview, former policy adviser ben rhodes says he created echo chambers of experts to push the controversial nuclear deal to capitol hill and to reporters. he's quoted saying "they were saying things and validated what we had given them to say." the white house responded by simply saying they're proud of the strong and principled case they made for the deal with iran. here with reaction, former director of the cia, james woolsey. great to see you. what do you make of the white house pulling back the curtain for how they sold this deal dishonestly to the public and to congress? >> yeah, and it's not even really a deal. deal suggests trading back and forth -- i'll do this for you if you'll do this for me.
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>> right. >> that's not what it was. it was about dominance from the iranians' point of view. indeed, pretty much all negotiations for them are about that. they have a word, tahia, which basically means lying to infidels. and from the iranis and other points of view, that's not just a possibility, it's recommended. >> the president said one of the hallmarks of his administration is constraining nuclear proliferation. >> right. >> he wants fewer countries to have a bomb. and yet, if you allow the shiites, iran to get nuclear weapons, doesn't that provide a massive incentive to the massive sunni world, the gulf, egypt, turkey to get nuclear weapons? >> sure. there's no reason for them to hold back. their historic and 13-century-long enemy, essentially, the shiites, and particularly an ambitious and imperialistic iran are there with a nuclear weapon or nearly have a nuclear weapon nearly in their hands. why would saudi arabia and jordan and egypt, turkey forego
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a nuke? i don't know. i don't know what you say to persuade them. >> and so, the world becomes much more dangerous if all these new actors have nuclear weapons. why is that not crazy? >> exactly. it's not crazy, it's a terrible development, but the administration apparently doesn't care. what they want is a leftover impression after the obama administration's over, i guess, that they did something big, sort of like kissinger going to china. they switched sides. and now it was a major development and they should get credit for it, for some reason, even though it makes the world i think a much more dangerous place. >> so that is the motivation, the president's legacy, for switching from traditional support of the sub iesunni worl the shiite world? >> i can't think of any other. there's no basis for suggesting that the world's going to be a more peaceful place by giving in to the iranian empire,
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essentially. >> what do you quickly make of the e-mail scandal that's threatening to ensnare hillary clinton? do you think the fbi and justice department can be broadly relied upon to be even-handed and fair in the way they go after it? >> the fbi director -- i don't know the people in justice at all -- the fbi director has a very good reputation for calling it straight. >> yes. >> but on the other hand, he's not the deciding authority. and even grand juries can go off on their own. it happens from time to time, the so-called runaway grand jury. so, it's a little hard to tell exactly who the decision-maker is going to be. it's basically justice, i would imagine. and u.s. attorney dealing with various counsel involved. i'm surprised that that much material got out. >> yes. >> it's not one or two words the way it has been with other people who have had security violations and gotten prosecuted
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for them or one side of a piece of paper at a different clearance level than the person was supposed to have. it's not something like that. it's a huge volume of material. >> and finally, do you think if the fbi were to recommend indictment of secretary clinton, that would be a decision president obama would have to sign off on? >> i don't know how their politics with one another works out, but these are career-ending or career-changing decisions. >> yes. >> they're not small decisions. they're the biggest decision these people have had to make in their lives. >> yeah. that suggests maybe he'd be involved. mr. woolsey, thanks a lot for joining us. >> good to be with you. >> great to see you this morning. thank you. hillary clinton hits hard west virginia coal country. >> i just want to know how you can say you're going to put a lot of coal miners out of jobs and then come in here and tell us how you're going to be our friend, because those people out there don't see you as a friend. >> so, how she's going to do in
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the primary in the mountain state on tuesday. we'll give you a preview. and then, a legal battle between a group of nuns and katy perry. ♪ and you're gonna hear me roar ♪ >> it's all over this convent. they don't want to sell it to katy perry. that's weird. two of the nuns join us next. stay tuned. what if one piece of kale could protect you from diabetes? what if one sit-up could prevent heart disease? one. wishful thinking, right? but there is one step you can take to help prevent another serious disease. pneumococcal pneumonia. if you are 50 or older, one dose of the prevnar 13® vaccine can help protect you from pneumococcal pneumonia, an illness that can cause coughing, chest pain, difficulty breathing, and may even put you in the hospital. even if you have already been vaccinated
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an unlikely legal battle between a pair of nuns and katy perry. at the center of this is a valuable piece of real estate. a nuns' former convent. katy perry worked with the archdiocese of los angeles to buy this vacant property for nearly $15 million, but the nuns say they have their own buyer. they don't need her. now the vatican is weighing in. we have two nuns from the immaculate heart of mary with us. sisters, great to have you on the show this morning. sister rita, why are you not planning to sell it to katy perry. >> we feel we should have the right to sell it so we can cont
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where the money goes if it goes to katy perry, the arch gets the money, they keep it and yes, they say they'll take care of us. we don't want that. >> sister catherine rose, now the vatican is getting involved with this, seems like it is complicating matters, is it going to make it difficult? >> we answer directly to the pope, not to the arch bishop. we never asked the arch bishop for any help. we have been able to maintain it on our own with our income, our work, our service to the people and all of that is taken from us. >> maybe i should add that we
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are the ones that initiated the contact with rome. back injun we sent what we called a libelish, we have an attorney in rome who have our cause. for us, we are happy that the vatican is involved. hopefully, this will stop this arch from taking our property. >> do you have a problem with katy perry herself buying the property? you know, truthfully, the issue of katy perry, it is not katy perry or dainy hollister.
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we owned it and it is now taken away. that's the issue. >> sisters, it is great to see you this morning. please update us on your fight. we reached out to katy perry but we have yet to hear back. thank you. house speaker paul ryan says he's not ready to hop on the trump train. i am not ready to do that at this point, i am not there right now. >> we talked to one of the speaker's closest allies of what he had to say this week.
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security and vanishes before getting caught. police are finding that man. >> house speaker paul ryan says he's not ready to support the republican nominee, donald trump. >> i am not there right now. >> we'll talk to the speaker's closest allies about what trump had to say this week when he meets with ryan. are you ready for mother's day? want to take out your wallet and donate your money to your mom. "fox and friends" starts right now. rainy and cold midtown manhattan for mother's day. >> is that beautiful?
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do you know what mother's day mean? children make women moms. i think we have a picture. some of us -- >> not a picture, a video. >> oh, clayton's adorable kids. >> my family shows up in the green room and there is the horse from yesterday. >> daddy is so cool. >> they don't want to care about coming in the studio. >> there is the horse. >> i think that's what you do for a living. >> that's what i do for a living. >> so good. i hop around on inflatable horses. >> low on dignity and high on entertainment. >> they're so cute >> i have no shame. >> we are going to bring them in here in a minute. >> happy mother's day. search teams are trying to find a man who broke in the united nation in new york and jumped into the east river.
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crews went into the river to find the man without luck. he was last seen going under water. federal police officers went on a deadly shooting spree is now charged with murder. the shooter is now being accused of gunning down his wife who filed a protected order against him. five people are shot. he's expected to be in court tomorrow. the wild fire continues to tear through alberta, canada. >> the blaze is expected to cross into a near by province. it could double in size and could continue for burning for months. the pluto plot, it turns out it is a planet. it is sort of like a hybrid. the debate has been going on
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since 2006 since it was downgraded from a planet into a dwarf planet. >> look, ifhe event says pluto is now a planet than there are other things that's bigger. >> i am waiting for pluto. i like its ears. >> all right, donald trump is out on the campaign trail. he's talking about bill clinton. watch this. >> she's married to a man who's the worst abuser of women. she's married to a man who hurt many women. hillary, if you look and study her, she hurts many women of the women he abused. she's married to a man who got impeached for lying. >> nobody perhaps in the history
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of politics was worst to women or abuse women more than bill clinton. she's taking negative ads on this. did you remember, the famous "i did not have sex with that woman" and a couple of months later, i am guilty and she's taking negative edge on me. look, folks, this politics is dirty business. will this hurt hillary clinton on the general election. we have mike huckabee talking about that. look, this is not going to be about nice election, this is already getting vicious. >> this will be worst than normal. the clintons have a long history. they'll do less than that but in this case, it is going to require an extraordinary level of going after and creating political may pal.
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donald trump ises the one guy who does not mind not just as good as it is given but giving back more. >> i am enjoying this. this is offending everyone in the media. don't judge people's marriage. you can talk about whatever you want but you cannot lecture me about being mean to women if you are married to clinton. >> what do you think? >> i was trying to visualize myself. it did not come out well. >> economic is the heart of this election for a short time we saw foreign policy of what occurs in paris. economic went back to the top of the chart. their lives. >> of course, we are ahead of the west virginia primary and in the southern part of that state, some of the poorest counties in
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the united states, obviously, coal mining is an important part of that. hillary clinton as you recall a couple months ago, if clinton is the president, she will shut down coal mine industry. we asked him about the differences between the two. here is what he had to say. >> the contrast between donald trump and hillary clinton is very real and you know one wants to put miners back to work and do everything possible and try to create a viable industry and the other wants to continue what president obama has effectively done and that is using resources available and get it down or energy consumption. >> here is the insight of
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politics, if you tell people you hate them, they don't like it. democrats have said, were taking your jobs away. why do people like it? why are you telling them you are going to put them out of work? >> also, in west virginia, it is a barometer of the mood of the country and how americans are feeling. you were mentioning this in that interview that west virginia has long been clinton's country. they voted for clinton twice. we have seen that switch. >> we have seen a swift from 2000s and on and it is a remarkable change in that state. remember joe mansion trying to distance himself from the record, famous shooting the obamacare bill with a gun to separate himself from that. >> it is quite a shift. this is like one of the rich people issues, climate change and making people feel virtous.
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the average person does not care because it does not affect them. >> it is a much lesser rich country than we think it is. this is the people looking at kerry and obama and hillary. what are you talking about? i am out of work. >> coal miners, it was so emotional to watch. this is my real life and family. this is what matters to me. >> how come bill clinton never talked this way in '92? >> he pretended he care or maybe he did care. when you openly you don't care about people's jobs, you are not going to get elected. >> here is something we all care about. it is mother's day. if you have not gotten that gift for your mom yet, we have an idea for you.
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chelsea clinton saved me on mother's day. here is a campaign e-mail she released saying this quote. i am putting together a mother's day card for the whole society. i know how much he would appreciate you hearing from you and she asked to donate money. >> mother's day and giving more money? >> we are going to ask her later. >> i think we'll call her later. >> rick has done this. >> oh, okay. >> that's my hillary clinton's day. >> hey, what's going on?
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you predicted it and i hope that we would not see rain on mother's day here. >> i said you would see it early on and it would be late. yesterday, we had big storms in colorado and incredible tornados and visually you see them causing damage. today, we'll see it towards the east. we are clearing out in mid atlantic and northeast. 12 days in a row for precipitation in dc. >> this little storm here, that's moving out behind it and we'll see the sun breakthrough and sunshine for mother's day. south eastern is looking great. causing a lot of problems here. it is now going to move in here and bringing more severe weather and extends now just around the city area, we'll likely see tornados. tomorrow, a little towards the
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southeast, severe weather we'll see tornados headed into populated areas, potentially some damage, watch out. >> you said earlier, 109 degrees in arizona. >> 103. >> that's unbelievable. >> now everyone to move there? >> why move? >> sounds great. >> 103 degrees in the shades. coming up, house speaker ryan says he's not ready to support donald trump. >> i am not ready to do that at this point, one o f the speaker's closest allies saying ryan is doing a disservice to the party. >> a dramatic rescue caught on camera of two men stranded in the ocean after their ship sink. the pilot saved one of those men. ♪
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i am wondering the speaker's approach on this though. why not call him on the phone and why book an interview on cnn to complain about him without calling him first? >> well, you know, speaker ryan is doing a great job and i don't know that it brought about a disservice but it did bring about some confusions. i did talk to a lot of people in my district of the no trump people. >> yes. >> it is confusing in that way, at the same time, you got mr. trump yesterday talking about lyndsey gray and jeb bush. you know, that's not necessary. this is not a high school election. this is for the presidency of the united states. we just come under out of seven and a half years or going to come out of eight years with
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this president to me that's done everything he could to change the country and that's what he said in 2008 that he's going to fundamentally change the united states. he's done his best to do it. >> right. >> now, we have at least a guy saying he wants to make america great whether he can or not, i don't know. >> everything you said makes absolutely sense. i agree with you absolutely that trump will not get anything attacking graham. why not call him on the phone and why not try to influence him privately and effectively and make him better, a better republican nominee? >> well, you know, my mom always should say you get more flies with sugar than you do than vinegar. mr. thurump is a great negotiat
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and he built great company. you would think that you would want a friendly environment. i think the same thing from the speaker that you want to go into this meeting thursday. i pray that this meeting turn out good. you would want to go in that without any animosity and a spirit trying to work together and unify the problem, i mean the party >> that seems wise to me. what to you make of the conservatives in washington who are searching for a third party candidate to run against trump. a, obviously, would that be electing hillary clinton. >> i have no idea. we are not going to know why donald trump really believes until he gets in office. it is easy for people to say things to get favors with
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tips is the mark sorono. welcome. >> nice to see you on the show. >> a lot of people forget to think ability. th . i think lighting is important because it removes shadows and things that kind of make people look less natural. window light and natural light is the best way to go. >> let's take some photos, family here. >> sounds good. >> just with an iphone. >> you can see the grid line. in the settings menu on your iphone, you can flip on the grid. >> correct. >> you can see the grid line here gives you a look at the horizon, too. you see in the background you don't want the lines to not be parallel and so when you are
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coming into a horizontal look, for example, like this. here is a better example of rule of third and they're on the left side of the the frame rather than bulls eye. you want it to be on the converging line on the right or left of the line. >> so you have a moment where you have everybody smiling and posing. there you go. >> and then you are going to stop and say kate, look at mommy and give her a kiss on the cheek. a little bit more candid and after wordwards there you go. you may have a better moment there with her candid. >> oh yeah. >> so that's much better in her face than here where she's posed and set up and looking stiffer. >> interesting. what about some of the access y accessori
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accessories? >> i will show you the lenses first. these are made by a company called moment. it comes on a case, the case is blue tooth to the lens and here is the trigger for the shutter and once you turn the lens and snap it on as easy as that, you have a camera in your hands that give you a wide angle look. here is after you put the lens on. see it is tighter here and then once you put the lens back on, you have a wide angle look. you have a more photo lens for tighter portraits. here you might just come in and do a shot of mommy and daughter. >> you have the shallow depth of field and you can also plug in ear buds which we don't have time to show. with the click of the have yum button, you can use it as a shutter. >> exactly. you don't need a special case on that. >> you are making hands free self selfie. you can lay the camera down up
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against the wall and you pull the ear buds out and take a picture that way and your hands are in the shot instead of out. >> where should they go? >> go to polaroid? university? >> yes, it is really good for moms and we have subjects like weddings and family and food and portraits. it can teach you taking pictures like a pro. >> thank you so much. happy mother's day. >> two men stranded at sea after their boat capsizes, the items that save their lives. >> and a heartwarming surprise, a story that'll bring tears of joy to your eye. we're out of ink.
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baby. >> here is our writer, alex butl butler, with his mom sharrie. >> their aunt nora who just turned 100 years old. i was with sam at the kentucky derby, she's an incredible producer. >> she's celebrating mother's day and her niece's harry potter theme birthday. >> you got to go to hong kong for that. >> celebrating her first mother's day with her daughter, big love to kelly and pat. happy mother's day. >> executive producer, general roget with her whole family there. i wonder where they are there. >> our boss, the vice president here at fox with her husband jered and her son and mom. happy mother's day. >> so great.
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>> i love this day. >> it keeps us all in line. thank goodness. >> pretty soon, we'll meet the two cutest children we have ever met. >> believe it or not, look at me. no way this guy is producing. every time i see them, who kids are those. they stole the kentucky inflatable horses in the green room. >> daddy as the best office ever. >> they love coming here, you have so many toys. rick is from phoenix, arizona, the arizona area. looks like 103 degrees there? >> phoenix is going to get hot finally. you start to get those triple digits in may. >> i know it is early. have you call your mom yet? >> i decided i dot her phone number this morning and i called
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barbara, rick's mom, i think we have her on the line. happy mother's day barbara. >> happy mother's day and everybody there. >> how are you doing? >> i didn't know you are doing that. the most mother's day you can give is not have me wake up at 4:00 in the morning and have me talk to you on the phone. sorry, mom. >> that's all right, when the phone rings, my mind starts going into oh, something happens to somebody. >> of course. >> but, i am so happy to hear from you and to see you on your stream. we have pictures of you as well. >> what are you doing this mother's day? >> our daughters are not available, i had two nice mother's days father and saturday. i have mother's day. >> celebrating early. >> you celebrate it different times. >> it is wonderful. >> is dad taking you some where today then? >> we'll probably do something
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today. yes. >> we'll probably go out eat along the way or after church, we have been thinking that we would eat out. we thank the weather man for the rain, we had rain last night, a beautiful day. >> barbara, you raised an incredible son and thank you for sharing him with us. >> i can see how he got his business as he did. >> you know what he did, he kind of raised himself. he was easy. >> that's what she thought. >> he's easy to love. happy mother's day, i will call you later on. >> sorry for waking you up. >> bye-bye. >> we cannot do weather now, i just had to call your mom. >> that was worth it. >> that's adorable. >> some headlines. a busy 9 years old girl showing her in a grocery store there.
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it captured right after the girl went missing. her uncle took her out of school without permission. there is a 10,000 reward on carly's safe return. two boaters tavarrescued. a large wave knocked the two men off. the coast guards, the pair clung the boat for about half an hour before emergency responders pulled them to rough water. only one of them had to be taken to the hometown. a grieving text teacher with this adorable kitten. >> well, her be loved cat died and her tears of sadness turns to those of joy.
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the school surprised her with an extraordinary thoughtful gift, two kittens. that's not all. the student gave their teacher cup cakes, balloons and flowers. great day. >> we got special guests on the couch that just stepped on. >> you guys had fun on the inflatable horses. >> does dad have the best office ever? >> happy mother's day, natalie. >> you are the cutest children, how did that happen? >> we got two vodka dressing up in a color shirt for the occasion. >> what happened to what now? >> oh, it is in here. he just dressed formally for mother's day. >> now we would not think we have a third so now we have a third on the way.
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>> are you going to have a little sibling. >> do you have a brother or sister? >> i don't know. >> what about you? >> a brother. >> it is your birthday today. >> how old are isn't it true. >> are you? >> just four. >> you held out the whole time. >> what do you want for your birthday today other than playing with horses? >> a horsey. >> not going to happen >> good for you. >> your dad told me he may give you a horse. >> a real pony. a live pony. >> oh great. >> not necessarily this year. >> what i want is a nice, bloody mary. >> i will do it. >> what would you like? >> you are watching tv over there. >> that's new york city outside. >> what would you like for
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mother's day? >> bloody mary. >> you are an honest person, natalie. >> you are the most wonderful mom in the world and the little attention and details of our kids and things they never imagine or taking care of, chap stick and candy ready to go. >> you make a difference. >> that's good advice. >> i do, too. i know what that is about. >> happy mother's day. >> y'all should come often. we need new writers on the show. >> happy birthday to s guys for. well, hillary clinton is feeling the heat for west virginia. what impact will coal country have on the election. we'll break it down. >> wounded warriors will compete in a special event today it is
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he will be near el paso. escaped twice from prison. he's fighting extradition to the united states. tucker? hillary clinton is under fire from coal miners for what she said about getting rid of their jobs. here is part of it. i am the only candidate which has a policy about how to bring economic opportunity using clean renewable energy as a key into coal country because we are going to put a lot of coal miners and companies out of business. >> what kind of effect for coal country have. here is our fox business network, marie, it is good to see you. >> good to see you, thank you very much. >> as abby pointed out this morning, i forgotten she won in
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the states primary. she does not have a chance, does she? >> going into west virginia, you heard that sound bite yte of he talking about this. you remember one of those coal miners took an attack on that. she says i was taken out of context. the coal industry have lost 5,000 jobs in the last five years. in the last year, it is been harder for states like west virginia and about 15,000 jobs have been cut in west virginia because of coal just in the last year. this has to do with regulations, obviously, the obama administration making the case that the coal industry has huge contribution to greenhouse gases. this is just bankrupt in so many company. >> she says what she said about coal miners and that's going to be a tough one to come. >> she did win at one point but
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it is a changed landscape given of what we have seen on jobs cut. >> we have breaking news. we want to get your take on the meet ofg pa meeting of paul ryan and palin. she says this is what she thinks is going to happen to paul ryan. >> i think paul ryan is soon to be cantored. his political career is over. i think why paul ryan is doing this, it screws his chances for the 2020 presidential bid. >> so he's going to be eric cantored. >> you know i have been having such a hard time with this since paul ryan made those comments on cnn. >> i tweeted about this and getting conversations into our viewers. do you think all the democrats like each other? >> all best friends?
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>> of course, not. the clintons cannot stand the obamas and the obamas cannot stand for the clintons. >> do you know how many people are doing it and holding their nose. when they inside to get in line, they get in line and they just go and a unified force. the republicans just played it out on cnn. >> you are right. >> i thought paul ryan is terrific. he should have picked up the phone and call donald trump, hey, i am not there yet. >> your show starts in 12 minutes, do not change your channel from "fox and friends" >> we got the invictus game comicom coms coming up next. strip in stantly opens your nose up to 38% more than allergy medicine alone. shut your mouth and say goodnight, mouthbreathers. breathe right.
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ten minutes to the top of the hour. a happy mother's day to all of you. today is the day of the second invictus games for injured service members coming together from all over the world. >> it's happening in orlando, florida. our correspondent is right there at the scene. >> good morning. >> good morning, guys. i've had the opportunity to spend some time with some of these elite athletes this morning. track and field events are going on right now. this is 500 military athletes from 14 different countries coming together representing their country on a different kind of battlefield. i had the opportunity to spend time with some of our athletes, some of my former brothers and sisters in arms to learn about what it took to get here and what it all means to them. take a listen.
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team wheelchair is getting ready for basketball. let's see what it takes to get them together. >> this is part of the u.s. team. >> the invictus games are special because it takes every branch of the military to come together. >> we're army, we're navy. so the war games, we clash. but in this, you all come together. >> right. we do. it's very unique to us because we get the opportunity to represent our country again. >> it was in battle and now on the court. >> what does it mean to you? >> it means teamwork and a brotherhood. very similar stories of victory over tragedies. >> for many, the tragedies they faced might have seemed insurmountable, but not for them. >> people ask me, if you could turn back the clock to change, it don't think i would. i would let it happen all over again because it's brought me to
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a place that let me know something about myself. >> three months after i got injured i started walking again. four months after that i started playing basketball. >> you lose a limb. you don't lose a life. as long as you have strong will and will power to get up and do things, can you accomplish it. it's not the game is over. the game isn't over until it's over. >> did you feel you weren't going to play again when this happened? >> i believed that when i was laying there with the paramedics, the first thing i asked, would i be able to play basketball. she said, yes, just i never thought it would be the way that i play now. the playing field is leveled also. it makes it a lot better because that way it's all about using your brain instead of your body. >> you guys were playing bumper cars for a second. it's like slamming. >> some of it's a little illegal, some of the hits. technically we're not supposed to have no contact. >> no contact? >> no contact. >> in this sport, are you kidding me? with you guys, marines, no
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contact. >> but, you know, there is. but it's fun, though. >> watching these guys play is inspiring. when they finish their scrimmage, they challenged me to give it a shot. >> there's a special camaraderie among those who served and today these guys are going to show me how to play their game. >> this is how you go around. you do a lot of hips. >> how do you dribble? >> put it on your lap and throw it once, there you go. you're a natural. >> i just turned the wrong way. >> like a regular basketball. put it over your head, nice and high, shoot. harder than you think. perfect! >> ya! >> right here. >> this takes major coordination. so, you want to try a little two v. two? marine corps team right here. >> let's do it.
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>> nice! >> one, two, three, usa! well, being with them was like being home. these are men and women who have made huge sacrifices for our global security and now they've ricin to be the elite athletes. opening ceremony tonight. back to you in the studio. >> wonderful job. >> thanks, lea. coming up next here on the show, we have one more mother's day surprise for you. ♪
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happy mother's day, everyone. we're thanking the special women in our lives. abby's parents, mary kay and john, join us live. what a treat. >> hi. >> mom, happy mother's day. >> what a surprise. you're very sneaky. >> you did a wonderful job. we've been enjoying abby for the first time ever on this couch this morning. it's been amazing. it is a tribute to you. i don't know what you did, but it worked. >> oh, listen, she's a joy. i tell you, to wake up to that this morning was greatest gift for mother's day. beautiful, shiny yellow and her beautiful smile and sitting between the two of you -- >> when people call people beautiful inside and out, this is my mom. she makes every person around her feel comfortable. this is a photo we're going to show of her mom, don't know if they already showed that, mary ann cooper, if we can pull that up, she's such a beautiful woman.
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that's me and my grandma, my mom's mom. mom, i love you. i'm going to get emotional. i'm going to stop talking. >> i love you so much. so proud of you. you guys take good care of her. >> anticipate mother's day. >> seven children. congratulations. that's amazing. >> thank you, abby. ♪ good morning. donald trump, the last man standing in a formerly crowded gop field as his rivals drop out one by one. the fight for his party not over yet. hi, everyone, i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." for the first time in half a century a republican speaker of the house withholding his support for nominee, while trump's former rivals, including jeb bush, announced they will not support him in the general election. trump firing back at a rally last night. >> i don't like when a jeb bush

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