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face. president obama slammed donald trump during his commencement address at rutgers university taking aim at the presumptive nominee and everything he stands for. let's keep talking about this. was it the right platform? log on to "fox & friends" facebook page for a live debate. #keep dgs talking. whew. "fox & friends" next. good monday morning to you and to your family. it's may 16th, 2016. i'm ainsley earhardt. we start with a fox news alert. the coast guard calling off the search for the woman who went overboard, a cruise ship. the ship is back at port but the operation to find her is over. we've got the latest on the coast gar's decision. and "new york times" has an
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expose on how donald trump treats women. his ex-girlfriend says she was misquoted. a simple slide turns into an all-out brawl. >> didn't waste any time. >> why this bench-clearing brawl was a year in the making and the best right hand i've ever seen on a baseball diamond. down -- he actually does not go down. no fighting because mornings, yes, mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> okay. some people have said this political season is a circus. we've actually got the circus on our program today. big apple circus is back in the
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big apple. they have going dog tricks and all sorts of crazy stuff. >> we'll show you the highlights. not everything. you got to go to the show. >> usually it's warm outside. it feels like winter outside here in new york. what happened, mother nature? >> i got an email from my sister living in ohio. she said you are not going to believe this. it's snowing here. >> hello, snow? >> it was snowing at the syracuse graduation. let's talk about what happened over the week. have you noticed ever since donald trump became the nominee on the republican side, the hit keep coming with dizzying speed. "the new york times," they say donald trump has not treated them fairly. >> treated them inappropriately. it is shocking. "the new york times" is horrified what this single man did 30 years ago in a totally
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different era. keep in mind "the washington post" put out 20 reporters to dig up dirt. "new york times" came up with this piece. look how flirty he was with these women 30 years ago. it turns out. we'll hear from a woman widely quoted in this particular report. she was told by the paper, look, it's going to be positive. we're not going to spin it badly. then she read it. >> when i read the article yesterday, i thought i want to hear from these ladies, i want to hear if they really thought they would be portrayed this way. we have one on the show that says she was totally misquoted. >> 50 women that donald trump has come in contact with. he also said that donald trump, that not many people -- not one of these articles talk about all the women he has helped in the past. they went all the way back to his high school yearbook and
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said he was voted a ladies man back in high school, he would only want to bring attractive women to high school, which was an all male high school. >> he went to twitter and said it was completely unfair. >> reince priebus he was talking about when you go to the polls, this is not what you are voting for, not what you are focused on. >> i don't think donald trump in his personal life is something that people are looking at and saying, well, i'm surprised that he's had girlfriends in the past. that's not what people at donald trump for. when you look at hillary clinton, and you look at the fact that just this past week the clinton foundation is being charged with exchanging access for cash, you've got four dead americans in benghazi and instead we're talking about a planted story by somebody in the "washington post" from 30 years ago that really has no consequence at all to the issues facing this country. >> and he's referring then to
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the "washington post" hit job. he called this a classic clinton operation now suddenly these things are popping up and the mainstream media is taking the bait going after the republican. meanwhile, the current president of the united states went after the top republican, donald trump, did not mention his name in rutgers university. >> didn't have to. >> part of it you'll see exactly what he's talking about. he's taking aim at trump. but others, what is he doing? here is the president. >> the world is more interconnected than ever before and it's become more connected every day. building walls won't change that. epidemic like zika or ebola can spread and threaten americans too and a wall won't stop that. the answer is to negotiating with other countries. building walls won't do that. facts.
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evidence. reason. logic. an understanding of science. these are good things. these are qualities you want in people making policy. if you were listening to today's political debate, you might wonder where the strain of anti inat the electric tulism coming from. let me be as clear as i can be. in politics and in life, ignorance is not a virtue. >> so someone should tell president obama that he can't run again. he's dying to get in this political process. the people of rutgers, i read the whole speech. he talked about how grand mothers wrote him and they are asking him. i think it's great to go to rutgers. when you segue into a personal attack on a guy you aren't even
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running against. even though the crowd --. >> you've got four years of college and you are ready to go and start your life, here you got to sit through the president of the united states with an axe to grind. >> even if they don't say who they are supporting, it's like why go there. on the cover of the "washington post" this morning, not exactly a hit job but there is a piece about how hillary clinton's flaws are worrying her allies and they feel she could lose because she actually is terrible at running, but good at governing. she's completely unlikeable compared to donald trump. >> it's a fascinating take. joe trippe is coming up in an
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hour to give us the inside scoop on that. >> i hope everyone had a great weekend. the stories we've been following for you this weekend. the search for a mother who went overboard a carnival cruiseship is now suspended. brand-new surveillance video showing samantha broberg climbing up on a railing and falling over. she was on a trip with a group of friends. her husband and children at home in texas. the ship is due to dock this morning in texas. a frightening scene in arizona after a deadly blast inside a home. look at this. >> coming off the guy's body and there's smoke going out of the garage, and there was a little boy that lived there. >> the man who died was in the garage at the time and there were three children inside the home at the time. none of them were injured,
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that's fortunate. the next-door neighbors, they were forced to evacuate until it was safe. police don't know exactly what caused that explosion but it's believed to be chemical-related. the man accused of firing at an officer who stopped him for an armed robbery, the injured officer calling the description for gunman. the reaction from the chief of police called that courageous. >> i've been shot. white male, long hair, trenchcoat. >> well, the second officer shot during a manhunt during the suspect. both officers are now out of the hospital and recovering. and finally donald trump is going back to his roots. the presumptive nominee celebrated his daughter tiffa
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tiffany's graduation from university of pennsylvania. they were all front row for the family affair. also in attendance, vice president joe biden. both his granddaughter graduated from the art and science school. they said the only way they would cancel it was if there was a tornado. it was really cold. coming up on monday morning. a man hanging off the side of a helicopter and he did that for a mile, but this is no movie set. it's for a funeral. >> i'm going to stick around and find out what happens. who do you believe, "the new york times" or donald trump? one of donald trump's ex-girlfriends now saying she was misquoted and this morning she's setting the record
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when you're doing this. or this. or this. or this. which means, you should probably wear this. beat yesterday with vivoactive hr. from garmin. it is the tale of two stories. "the new york times" targeting donald trump in what he called a hit piece. detailing his relationships with
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women, quoting more than a dozen former employees, girlfriends, and pagent queens from his past. now one of those women is speaking out saying she was totally misquoted. here she is now to set the record straight, joining us from raleigh, north carolina, former model roane brewer lane. what was your reaction when you read this article yesterday? >> actually, it was very upsetting. i was not happy to read it at all. >> why? >> because "the new york times" told us several times that they would make sure that my story that i was telling came across. they promised several times that they would do it accurately. they told me several times and my manager several times that it would not be a hit piece and that my story would come across the way that i was telling it and honestly, and it absolutely was not. >> what did they get >> well, they did take quotes
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from what i said, and they put a negative connotation on it. they spun it where it appeared negative. i did not have a negative experience with donald trump, and i don't appreciate them making it look like that i was saying that it was a negative experience because it was not. >> you knew him very well. you dated him for several months? >> that's correct. yes, and he was never -- he never made me feel like i was being demeaned in any way. he never offended me in any way. he was very gracious. i saw him around all types of people, all types of women. he was very kind, thoughtful, generous, you know. he was a gentleman. he was a gentleman and -- >> "the new york times," this is a quote from the article, donald trump had barely rowanne lane when he asked her to change out of her clothes. true or false? >> false. >> what's wrong with that? >> i was asked if anybody would ask me, how did you meet donald
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trump? you are going to get the story of how i was at a pool party at mar-a-lago with my agent and a lot of other people and it was a night party and i had a photo shoot that i had done all day and i had another photo shoot the next day, and i almost didn't go but my agent asked me if i would please come up and just enjoy for a while and i did, and i didn't wear a bathe th suit. i didn't have a swim suit. i came from a shoot like i said, and i started talking with donald and chatting with him over the course of the first maybe 20 minutes i was there, and we seemed to get along in conversation nicely, and it just very normally and naturally evolved into a conversation. we started walking around the mansion. he started showing me the architecture. we were having a very nice conversation, and we got into a certain part of it and asked me if i had a swim suit, i said i
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didn't. i was not really planned on swimming. he asked me if i wanted one. i said okay, sure. and i change into one, and the part where i went back out to the pool party and he made a comment now that's a stunning trump girl right there, i was actually flattered by. i didn't feel like it was a demeaning situation or comment at all, and that's what i told the times, and they spun it completely differently. >> wow, why did they do that? >> well, obviously they feel like that they need to do something to make him look bad or go along with their article, you know. i don't know how many people have spoken out about it. i'm very happy that i can, because i have the right platform to do this. i don't know how many other girls feel like they were misquoted, but i know that for a fact i was, and i don't want that out there. that's not how it -- that's now it was. that's not how it felt, and it's
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just not what i want out there. he was a very good guy, donald, and i think he's doing a good job in this race and i think some people have a problem with that. >> did he ever mistreat women? >> not that i've ever seen. absolutely without a doubt, no. >> have you reached out to him after this article just to set the record straight with him? >> i haven't had time. >> yeah, you've been pretty busy i'm sure. have you talk to any of the other women that were quoted in the article as well? >> i have not. i would love to find out from here out, you know, if i could -- if i'm helping set the platform for this, that's fantastic, because i read it this morning and i didn't sleep all night, and i'm here talking about it now because it's important to me. i don't like what they did, and if donald sees it and knows that, he doesn't have to worry. you know, there's a god. >> why do you think the left, the mainstream media, is so
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obsessed with just creating this negative headline about how donald trump treats women? >> i don't -- i can't answer that. i don't -- i don't know. i think that they are just reaching for straws. >> have you reached out to the reporter? >> we have. we have. my manager did that. i was getting prepared to leave and come up here so that i could say hello to you guys and answer questions and set the record straight, clear the air. which i'm very happy to do and i appreciate that. we did send a message up to them and let them know that we were going to be saying, telling our side of the story, because they know they promised me several times that that wasn't going to happen. >> just gives journalists a bad name. will you vote for him? >> i think donald is doing a great job and he is a very successful businessman, he's a great leader because of that. he has a lot going for him, let's face it and i'm supporting
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him. >> thank you, rowanne. thank you for setting the record straight and telling the truth here this morning. >> thank you very much. a charity that sees thousands of veterans might be closing its door all because of president obama's library. here from the outrage veterans next. to conquer heartburn fast. tum tum tum tum. chewy delights. only from tums.
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controlled explosion. and are the biggest names in business now at risk for a terror attack? at home. al qaeda calling on lone wolf attackers to target america's top innovators and businessmen at their offices and at their houses. the threats were published in an english language propaganda magazine. one name mentioned specifically, microsoft founder bill gates. let's change gears. president obama being readied to build his presidential library like other presidents at the end of his term. the obama foundation and the university of chicago are in cahoots to muscle out a charity. forcing them to sell their building after charging them $60,000 in code violations in a building that houses and feeds
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hundreds of veterans. here to talk about the fate of their facility are the co-founders. welcome to both of you guys. daniel, what examples do you have that you are being pressured? >> well, the university has acquired land around us in the form of 10.1 acres. we're the only privately held piece of land in that continuous 10.1 acres, and i think that the -- and the university, i think, are real -- the people at the top are really patriots and i think they really don't understand and know the value that we bring to the community as a veterans center there on 55th and king drive. >> i'm just looking at it.
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you do believe there are violations but it's because you guys exist on donations, correct? >> yes, sir. yes, sir. we were founded by veterans who took their commitment from the military to leave no one behind and as veterans we leave no one behind, and there are homeless veterans who live in the park across the street from us, washington park. >> so right now, you are looking at a situation where you have to pay a lot of money in fines or fix these things. do you feel if you reach out to the library they would help move you to a different location, daniel? >> yes. and alderman willie cochran is a great american patriot and working with us to help us if bef to -- we have to move to find a place but also to stay there as a part of the presidential library. >> what do you guys do on a
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daily basis for the veterans? >> our program is feeding, feeding people, as a veterans service organization, we serve veterans, but also as a veteran impact organization, we also provide services that impact the community in which our facility is located. we feed hundreds of people three meals a day. we serve over 4,000 meals every month, and that's only our flagship program, and we also provide safe refuge and sanctuary for people in despair in our neighborhood under the safe haven program which is a designation we've received from the city of chicago. our center is in the crossfire of four gangs, chicago gangs,
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and youth and even elders find sanctuary at our location as a safe haven. >> i would think that would be a great addition to build the library around, not to take out. here's the university of chicago's response. the university is not engaged in discussions regarding the centers property and has no plans to purchase it. this is either a preemptive strike or a warning. congratulations on all you do. >> thank you very much. >> we'll stay on top of this too. one minute now before the bottom of the hour. coming up, straight ahead. a simple slide turns into an all-out base brawl. >> he didn't waste any time in getting swings on bautista either. >> why this was a year in the making and if you thought the republican party was divided, just wait.
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>> nicole has it turns out got a call from her boss at "the daily mail" saturday night. hey, i hate to screw up our plans, we've got new ad campaign debuting on the jumbotron on the heart of the times square. you have to cover it. she took her boyfriend. this is what happened. it could be a.j.'s best produced segment ever. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> oh, my god!
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[ cheers ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> and that took place in times square. well produced by a.j. awesome. >> and he's such a good producer. they actually are both great producers. but a.j., the people who came together at the enled, those were a.j.'s and nicole's family members and friends. he put together a map and emailed it to them that actually showed them the best areas to be
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at to view this because he didn't want her to come to the area and see parents. what are you doing here i'm working. >> i can't believe everything worked out perfectly. she answered the phone. the boss called. times square. >> let me tell you this couple is so in love, i followed them on social media. they post the cutest pictures. we've been asking, a.j., when are you going to ask this amazing girl to marry you? he told me it's coming soon. i promise. congratulations, we love both of you so much. tears in my eyes because that moment is so special. that's amazing. >> they have it forever. i don't know what they did with the camera shot but the digital look to it, the film look to it added to the drama. >> the good news is she said yes. had she said no, it would not be the shot of the day. >> all you could see her mouth
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because of the noise in times square. it's time for news. >> that was beautiful. that was a romantic movie for sure. for a romantic couple. we begin for your headlines right now, a high flying stunt goes horribly wrong during an air show in atlanta. officials say the pilot never made a may day call but the ntsb and the faa trying to figure out what went wrong. tense moments as a man hangs on to a chopper that is taking off. watch this. the kenyan man clinging on for dear life after grabbing on to a helicopter carrying the body of a murder victim after his memorial, the chopper dipping
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back down to give him a chance to hop off but he refuses holding on for another mile before he was dropped off. he was arrested and taken to the hospital with injuries cht. and base brawl on the baseball field. rougned owe -- odor punches jose bautista in the face. the bad blood between the teams spilling over from last year's playoffs. you may remember that bautista flipped his bat. the punch was retaliation for that. those are a look at your headlines. ainsley, out to you. it's time to go under the big top, right, bryan? >> i think so, ainsley. the big apple circus is in town and on our plaza. >> this place is going to the
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dogs. what's your name? >> jenny. >> nice to see you. one of the big things about the big apple circus is you are so close to the actual show. small intimate setting. >> that's right. nobody is more than 50 feet away from the excitement. you can smell the horses. >> it's the first show for the dogs. >> they love to perform. >> why don't you show us part of your dog-and-pony show. >> ladies and gentlemen, here's jenny and the dogs from big apple circus. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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while many people in the pundit class think the republican party is divided, the real division may be on the democratic side where bernie sanders supporters have launch their ownant hillary campaign. >> what i will do is make sure that somebody like a donald trump or some other right wing republican does not become president of the united states. if secretary clinton is the nominee, she will have to make the case to the american people. not to my supporters. >> "the washington post" claims that even clinton's allies aren't sure she's the best candidate for the jobs. that's embarrassing. here to weigh in is joe trippe. "washington post" headline is clinton's flaws, worry allies.
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dems think she could actually lose. it talks about her poor showings with young women, untrustworthy. that's your standard bearer. >> what they lead with the story, she somehow has gotten 3 million more votes than bernie sanders and a million or so more votes than donald trump. all these candidates have these flaws, they are going to get matched up in the general election. she's running stronger than anybody else through these primaries despite all these stories. >> here's the thing, though, on the republican side, donald trump stands alone. he's about 100 shy in the delegate department. meanwhile, bernie sanders is not going quietly. he's going kicking and screaming. last time you had a contested convention, it did not end well for the democratic party, did it? >> no. every time one of the parties has had a contested convention
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and a bunch of back-and-forth at the convention and anger and fighting it out on the convention floor, all three or four times, in modern -- since the 60s, whether it was democrat or republican, that party lost and it's the last one was kennedy-carter in 1980, it was just a -- i was on the floor. i was a floor manager or kennedy on the floor of that convention. you know, it didn't end well. carter -- reagan became president. >> listen, it did not end well at the democrat state convention in nevada over the weekend. explain what happened because we know that it got so contentious she call the cops -- they called the cops on the bernie sanders supporters. >> there was an argument over -- some 58 bernie sanders delegates were or potential delegates were disavowed because they hadn't registered as democrats in time
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and about seven or eight clinton delegates were relegated to the sidelines and were allowed to be seated and they got into a big fight over this. the problem is -- regardless -- because it was rigged supposedly. i'm not getting into whether it was rigged. but the problem is, you know, even if you change that. if you seat the 58, bernie would have picked up one more national delegate. it was a big fight about not a whole lot. >> but the atmospherics show it looks bad. i've been to health carer hillary clinton -- hillary clinton rallies and bernie sanders rallies. i know that donald trump over the week said he won be surprised if a lot of bernie sanders people actually went to the trump column in november. >> no question about it. there's a lot of anger on the bernie sanders side among
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supporters and they say they are not going to vote for hillary clinton and that would be a huge problem, but i also remind people that the puma was party and i won't fill in the blank on what the a stood for but that movement only 47% of clinton supporters said in polling that they intended to vote for obama. we've seen this before in the party. it depends on what bernie sanders does at the convention. >> all right. it surely is an interesting year. you have been through a lot of campaigns. thank you very much for giving us your analysis on this monday morning. >> thanks, steve. good to be with you. >> good to have you. up next, you know who abby huntsman father is. do you know that abby is related to one of these foreign leaders. josh taylor takes a look at abby's family tree.
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did you ever wonder how your family tree traces back through history? >> george washington. >> humphrey bogart. >> did you hear about this? >> the road show has been uncovering family secrets back to the 1700s. >> joining us to discuss that is joshua taylor. joshua, meet abby. you met already. >> i know more about you than -- >> i know myself.
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>> tell her something you don't know. >> you're a distant cousin of clint eastwood. >> did you know that? >> i had no idea. >> abby, your roots go back a long ways in america back to the early 1600s. you have a couple mayflower passengers on your family tree but that brings a lot of other cousins. there are millions of americans -- >> i already have a hundred first cousins. i'm from utah. >> add 30 or 40 more to that list. >> give us the list of who you found out she's related to. >> president george h.w. bush. >> my dad will love that one. >> winston churchill. >> he'll really love that one. >> he's your seventh cousin four times removed. >> i can say that winston churchill is my cousin. >> amelia earhart, kate middleton, the princess. >> this is incredible. >> as you go back in your family
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good morning. it's monday. it's may 16th. donald trump slamming the piece put out by "the new york times" on how he treats women but he's not the only one. trump's ex-girlfriend is setting the record straight only here on "fox & friends." >> from the article, too. the woman who went on five sunday shows and intentionally misled the public about the benghazi attacks now being deployed to set the record straight on iran. sure it will be a big help. one weather woman deemed too hot for television. >> do you want me to put this on? because it's cold. >> getting a lot of e-mails. >> there you go.
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there you go. >> okay. i look like a librarian now. >> that was 8:00 in the morning on a weekend. is that fair? him giving her the sweater to cover up? we'll report and you'll decide. >> a little embarrassing, right. >> she's already weighing in. your turn. live from new york city, this is "fox & friends." >> ladies and gentlemen, the big apple circus is here in the big apple. they're here for another month and they are gracing our plaza with all sorts of tricks. we saw a dog and pony show a little while ago and now it's
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chupphoo chuppah palooza. >> never done this before. it's the first time. >> someone give that lady a job. >> let's talk -- welcome. hope you had a nice weekend. let's talk a little bit about what happened over the weekend over at "the new york times." they produced a report that shows what donald trump was like with women back when he was single about 30 years ago. of course it was clearly a hit piece. trump was interviewed and gave the "times" the names of women he's helped over the years. they didn't want fairness. they wanted hit piece so they didn't use those women but at least one of the women we know of was quote the and misquoted. >> when i read the article, i said we need to talk to these women. i want to find out is this really true? did they really say all of this to the "times"?
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we talked to one of the ladies who is in that article this morning and this is what she said about the piece. >> very upsetting. i was not happy to read it at all. "the new york times" told us several times that they would make sure that my story that i was telling came across. they promised several times that they would do it accurately. they told me several times and my manager several times that it would not be a hit piece. and that my story would come across the way i was telling it and honestly and it absolutely was not. they did take quotes from what i said and they put a negative connotation on it and spun it to where it appeared negative. i did not have a negative experience with donald trump. he was gracious. i saw him around all types of people. all types of women. he was kind, thoughtful, generous. he was a gentleman. >> this woman that was featured in this story and said to donald
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trump brought me to my room and said try this bathing suit on. turns out the bathing suit she didn't have a bathing suit and there was a pool there. >> she was there and he said you want to get in the pool. i'm having a pool party. i don't have one with me. i have some. do you want to wear one. >> the story in the "times" is inaccurate. >> it's also kind of odd in they go back to his first wife saying she was working at one of the casinos. doing a great job for a dollar a year. i'll never have my wife do that again because all we ever talked about was work as if that's a negative story. a lot of people can relate to that. if you work with your spouse and you never stop working because when you go home i want to talk about softer stuff and we talked about how much the casino made and the issues with plaza hotel and they go back to a high
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school yearbook listed as a lady's man. as if that's a negative. >> at the end of last week we told you how "the washington post" was deploying a team of 20 different reporters to dig up dirt on donald trump. now we see "the new york times" digging up dirt although inaccurate as we just heard from that woman. that woman said she plans on voting for donald trump. donald trump just in the last five minutes tweeted this. wow. brewer lane, the most prominently depicted woman in the failing "the new york times" story yesterday is on "fox & friends" saying "times" lied. >> she also said to you she did not talk to donald trump. >> she said she wants to. hasn't had a chance because she's been so busy. she said she lost sleep. she was up all night because she feels terrible about how the "times" portrayed her. >> "times" came to me and said we're writing a positive piece. i talked to them because it was
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a positive piece. >> it makes us all look so bad. hard to get interviews sometimes because they don't trust journalists. we're not all like that. i promise. >> david posted this on facebook. i could care less about trump's past. anything is better than the clintons again. >> sammy writes, "the new york times" goes after hillary, too. i don't believe trump anymore than i do hillary. that might be an issue. reince priebus put it best. they don't care about donald trump's past. we're about to find out if that's true or not. the presumptive nominee provides these negative stories. he brings an earthquake to washington and that's what people want. >> i wonder if "the new york times" is going to devote the same kind of volume of space to hillary clinton's personal life? >> a lot of girlfriends or fbi investigations? >> there's a movie coming out about hillary clinton. "the new york times" did a great job looking at that book before it came out last time.
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the big question is who will join donald trump if he actually gets into the white house? who is going to be his running mate? he says he's going to wait until the convention. that didn't stop the man in charge of wrangling up vice presidential candidates and screening them from talking yesterday. >> you're talking about ben carson. he was asked and rattled off a list of some of the people apparently he thinks on donald trump's short list of vice presidential possibilities. kasich, rubio, cruz, palin and christie. here's the thing. donald trump then tweeted this out. "the washington post" report on potential vp candidates is wrong. marco rubio and most others mentioned are not under consideration. >> ted cruz is on there. lying ted. how do you work with a guy named lying ted and sarah palin, hard to believe that would help the ticket. >> one person we talked a lot
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about possibly being on that list was not on the list that carson gave out. he said he wants the job. newt gingrich. >> if he asked me i will say i want to sit down and talk about it. it's not an automatic yes. you have to think through what does he think the job involves? if he can convince me that it's doable and serious and we would in fact contribute, we would be hard pressed not to say yes. >> the more you think about it the more newt gingrich makes sense in that he wants someone with experience in government and has a successful track record and never really been staunchly against trump or for trump but has been a fair and honest analyst through this entire thing. >> very smart person. >> that's unlike senator ben sasse from nebraska who has been vocal about how much he hates donald trump. over the weekend they had the nebraska state republican convention and the republicans out in his own state wrote a resolution condemning him because he's now pushing a third
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party by somebody. it's been suggested that ben sasse himself would run for president of the united states but that would be a suicide mission for anyone. there is that talk out there. >> mitt romney is pushing governor kasich to do it which i don't think governor kasich will do it. >> priebus says the party needs to unify and get behind trump. >> i think they're getting closer each and every day. on the democratic side, they had to call the cops out at the convention in nevada. >> hillary called the cops. her people called the cops on the bernie sanders people. >> holy cow. >> we'll toss to heather. >> lots of stories that we're following for you this morning. we begin with this search for that mother who went overboard a carnival cruise ship. that's now suspended. it comes as we learn that surveillance video from the ship shows samantha falling backwards after climbing up to sit on a railing around 2:00 a.m. on
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friday. she was on the trip with a group of friends, her husband and four children. they were at home in arlington, texas. the ship is due to dock in galveston, texas, this morning. a frightening scene after a deadly blast inside a home. >> smoke coming off the guy's body and there's smoke billowing out of the garage. there was a little boy that lived there. >> the man who died was in the garage at the home in arizona. three other children were also inside during the blast. none of them were injured. the next door neighbors were also forced to evacuate. police are stilltly what caused explosion but believe it was chemical related. deny, deny, deny. susan rice says the white house did not deceive americans about the iran nuclear deal. at the national security adviser hitting back against ben rhodes claims earlier this month that the administration manipulated sources to tell the agreement to the public.
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>> there is nothing that ben or the president or i or anybody who was involved in explaining the iran deal to the american public said that wasn't factually correct. >> right went on to defend the iran deal calling it a net positive by any measure. and finally, a meteorologist facing a cold front after viewers got a bit heated over her strappy onair cocktail dress. look how she's forced to cover up on live television. >> into tomorrow. what's going on? you want me to put this on? why? because it's cold. >> getting a lot of e-mails. >> what? really. >> there you go. there you go. >> i look like a librarian now. >> no offense to librarians. a co-anchor hands her this gray sweater. now she and the station and chan are under fire. some say it was a sexist move and others call her dress
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totally inappropriate. chan says people should focus on the weather and not her wardrobe. >> that's part of the format. that's a funny show. that's a loose, funny show. i think that's part of the -- i think that's part of the charm of that show. >> a number of people were upset that she was wearing that at 8:00 in the morning. another big chunk of people were upset that he was shaming her into putting it on. >> i understand he thought maybe he was reading the viewer e-mails and thought inappropriate but do that off the air. maybe say something to her off the air. >> maybe she was underneath the air conditioner and thought she would get a chill. >> do you think that was appropriate for that guy to hand her a sweater and then she put it on? >> or a morning show just having fun? coming up, concert chaos in california after a propane tank suddenly explodes causing a stampede of people. what caused that blast straight
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you look at the gender gaps. the real gender gap is a male gender gap on the part of clinton. she has a bigger disparity between her support with men than trump has with women. >> but trump does have some problems with women. look at this. results are polling in three swing states last week shows that hillary clinton has a major problem with men. donald trump with a 21-point lead in pennsylvania. 15-point lead in ohio. 13-point lead in florida. here to tell us what this all means come november perhaps is frank lutz. what stands out to you about those numbers? >> we haven't had anyone on the republican side who has done as
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well among so-called working class voters as donald trump. you have to go back to ronald reagan back in 1984 to find someone in the mid 40s among that critical voting block. it's forgotten because networks and news outlets enjoy talking about women. the fact is that hillary clinton is doing worse among men than any democrat i can remember in a long, long time. that's significant because you can lose women by 10, 12, 14 points as long as you're able to win men by two or three points more. >> very interesting, frank. you go inside the numbers there. you lead us to pennsylvania. pennsylvania for the longest time, republicans hoped to turn it red but they never do. you think it could be different this time, why? >> pennsylvania is the state i'm watching the most. donald trump's policies on trade and immigration play well in the state that hasn't had the economic comeback that a lot of states have experienced. his no nonsense talk and his
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communication capabilities plays really well particularly in the area between philadelphia and pittsburgh and it's one of the reasons why he's doing so well at this point. >> if you talk about contentious, it's going to be contentious because both trump and clinton have high unfavorable ratings and will look to muddy the other. donald trump suffers 64% of the population surveyed looks at him negatively. 55% look at hillary negatively. >> i'll take it one step further. a poll is coming out today that i've seen the numbers already. almost 45% say they would not vote for hillary clinton under any circumstance and 44% said they would not vote for donald trump under any circumstance. so we'll be fighting over just 10% of the electorate. it's never been that small. and it is going to be brutal. >> 63 to 73 depending on the polls done is a negative
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feeling. is it time for the campaigns to turn that around or you lose. it's simple. >> i'm watching the 20% of americans who don't like other candidate and the one that can push those people is the one that wins. people counted out donald trump in the general election as recently as 30 days ago. that's a big mistake. if you take a look at virtually every poll since it's been clear trump would get the nomination, he's been closing and closing. what paul said to introduce this segment is critical for trump to win it's working class male voters and he's moving. he's moving among them. >> when experts like you or fascinated and intrigued about an election process, that makes me even more interested. frank luntz, thank you so much. a prominent texas lawyer is found dead and a judge is told to watch his back. he could be next. what's going on? can you trust the expiration date on a gas station burrito?
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selling us food which is fantastic because we need it. sometimes not all of them come along at the right pace and they don't have often times the same credibility when it comes to selling food. >> it's a gas station. >> there are great ones out there. so what do ones that are good do? if you walk into a gas station or convenience store and you see this. it looks beautiful. stacked up. yogurt is there. any other item that's supposed to be refrigerated and you think to make it more convenient, they stack it it up. refrigeration is all from the bottom. by law they have to be 41 degrees or cooler. there's no way this top yogurt can be as cool as ones at the bottom when the refrigeration is at the bottom. i grab from the bottom. it's hard to do but grab up with of the bottom ones. this is true for a lot of refrigerated items in stores. >> it has to be under 41 degrees because otherwise bacteria grows? >> yes. you want fresh but you want
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healthy. >> sometimes i grab from the back because they are most recent. >> let's talk about sometimes you see a big label in an odd place on an item. >> so the problem with labels is supposed to tell you what the expiration date is. unfortunately we did a big investigation and we saw alteration of the label. they cover up the labels with other labels. it's confusing. >> they don't want you to see the expiration date because it already expired? >> does it make a difference if something is a couple days old. it's your choice. be thoughtful. look at the expiration dates any way. the gas station and convenience stores may not keep their stuff as fresh. >> if you're going to buy subs, do not buy this. i rather you eat nuts. they're fresh. nuts you can carry in your pocket. >> they don't taste as good as cake. >> they travel well.
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>> speaking of traveling and being out on the road, you were just telling us about something regarding road rage that most people have never heard of before. >> so you don't change kitty leader when you're pregnant so there's something called intermittent explosive disorder. this parasite comes from poop. that's why we get it from kittens but also in the meat of a lot of animals. if you eat undercooked meat you get it. six times more likely to be in a car accident if you have this. road rage, we believe, might be linkeded to some of these mood disorders and explosive disorders. >> food they brought at gas station. >> anywhere. there we are. this is awkward. >> i'm so offended. >> won't happen again. >> there you go. >> take your stupid sweater. this is sexist.
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>> is it sexist? >> i think it is. we were talking about the news anchor. they brought the sweater. >> i'm not weighing in on this. it's too tough. i'll watch dr. oz later this afternoon. check your tv guide for show times. >> thank you for being here. >> be careful when buying food on the road. coming up, some republicans sticking to never trump promise but are they saying forever hillary? laura ingraham weighs in straight ahead. a propane tank catches on fire with a crowd of people there. what sparked that blast coming up next. we're going back under the big top. the big apple circus is back in the big apple. sfx: climbing sounds
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an army softball player goes airborne. >> that's right. tags the plate. >> that's the winning run on saturday sending army to the patriot league championship game. they lost to boston university. that was awesome. i loved that. >> that's an athlete. >> isn't that amazing? she jumped over and then touched home plate. she was safe. watch it from this angle. >> watch this. she jumped over the catcher. and then she touches home plate. awesome. >> unbelievable. >> give her a scholarship. >> i believe she has one. >> it's 28 minutes before the top of the hour. heather is in today. >> good morning to you. and to everyone at home as well.
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we do begin with this. 17 people injured after an explosion that happened at a music festival in california. check this out. >> nothing bad happened. somebody's propane tank got a little too hot. >> a little too hot. a deep fryer blowing out behind one of the food stands at that festival in sacramento. most of the injured fell or were trampled by running away. a prominent lawyer found dead and now a judge is being urged to carry a gun to protect himself. the attorney was found doused in death and burned to death and they're connected to the same high profile case in dallas, texas, but officials aren't saying which one. defendants in this case specifically asked for the judge to be answer off because of his connection. the judge now has extra security at home and at work. and what can make a cia officer lead the fight on terror? it's an incredible story that's
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now being made into a movie. >> travel all over the world and to engage in sex with children. >> they're this age being forced into sexual exploitation. >> every year 2 million children around the world are victims of sex trafficking. former cia and homeland security security agent tim ballard is exposing it all. it takes you behind the scenes of the fight to free these children. >> fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world and people don't know that. they don't know that because it's such a dark subject that it's easier to turn a blind eye to it or pretend it's not happening. we can't sit back and say some government is going to take care of it. it's too big. we all need to rise up and do what we can do and what this film is doing is shining a light into this darkness and getting people onboard. >> it's in theaters right now. and a college student leaves his
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graduation with much more than just a diploma. >> i can now finally do this last thing for the special one that i've been with for at least a year and a half and i want you all to witness it. >> the graduate running off the stage at the university of maine to propose to his girlfriend. the crowd cheering him on as the surprised bride to be says yes. the college president was in on the surprise and so was the family. the second proposal we've had in today's show. those are a look at your headlines and now it's out to maria on the plaza for us with a look at our weather forecast. >> good to see you. it's chilly in new york city. a current temperature at 45 degrees. it's colder as you head west and north. take a look at cleveland currently 38 degrees out there. it's only 33 in caribou, maine. feeling a chill with below average temperatures across the northeast. as we head westward, we're tracking a massive storm system that's spreading in a lot of moisture to areas like missouri, arkansas, also across portions
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of texas with some rain early this morning out there. as we head into this afternoon, the same storm system will bring the risk for severe weather from texas up into parts of kansas and southeastern colorado. damaging winds, large hail and even isolated tornadoes will be possible. now let's head over to steve. >> if you ever thought you saw thrills and spills on "fox & friends," think again. the big apple circus is back here in the big apple and took a detour to our plaza this morning. >> the ringmaster joins you now with a performance that will blow all of our minds, right? >> pressure on us but we can deliver. >> what makes big apple circus so special? >> it's so intimate. it's one ring. no seat is further than 50 feet away and everybody sits around the ring. you got to be part of the show. >> let's bring back our hula
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hoop artistry. give us that hula hooping, please. yeah. i don't need to tell you i taught her everything she knows. you don't want to get my hips going. yes, girlfriend. very good. >> beautiful. >> amazing. >> and this is in the cold she's doing this. >> can you believe it? >> it's a great way to warm up. >> we're going to get all of those hoops going. while she's finishing up there we'll bring from africa, come on in here. >> come on in. >> looks like someone lost their luggage. >> thank you. good job.
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here we go. >> that's incredible. >> you won't believe that i taught them this stuff either? >> not yet. >> we're not going with that. >> look at that. >> very good gentlemen. >> unbelievable. >> my goodness. >> where did you find them? >> they do come to us from africa. >> how do they learn to do this? >> i have a feeling they've done it all their lives. >> unbelievable. great job, guys. >> you don't know for sure. >> i do not. we just play along. we keep the show moving. >> i know this is the final trick. i got this one.
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are you ready? >> wow. >> there we go. yes, sir. >> now from the ukraine, we bring in our juggler. very good. thank you. come on up. again, the big apple circus is called the grand tour so we tour everywhere. he comes from the ukraine and plays our sailor because we're on a ship at one point. the show ends with aviation. we fly back to new york city where big apple belongs so that's when we bring our aviators. are you ready? from russia, this is the big
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finish. get ready for these guys. >> russians and ukrainians playing nice together. who would have thought. >> that's what the circus is all about. people from all over the world getting along. >> my goodness. >> my word. >> the high flying. >> they like him, right? >> they all get along. absolutely. >> and the thing they land on, they lift it up off the ground. >> they do to soften the impact. >> incredible. >> they try landing just on the ground, that didn't work as well. >> as you can see at the big apple circus this year it's called the grand tour and this is our final appearance of this season. we're going to be in queens. >> wow. >> june 12th and then we start a new show for next year. your last chance to seehe
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grand tour. >> do you think you'll be doing this next year? >> i don't think so. i'm going to give you a hint. next year's show is '70s themed. they're talking about maybe wolfman jack. i don't think i can do that. >> big apple circus. >> good job. >> give yourselves a round of applause. >> how fun is the circus? >> coming up, some republicans sticking to their never trump promise but are they really just saying forever hillary. laurie ingraham flies in next. >> first the trivia question of the day. born on this day in 1953, this irish actor was the fifth person to play james bond. who is that? i know. be the first to e-mail us with the correct answer. >> you win something nice. >> you'll win your book, right? >> i think so. hmmmmmm.....
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she's not part of the circus but she's taking a look at the circus that is the republican race. >> i need to go speak russian to those guys. >> i knew you were smart but wow. >> laura ingraham. >> i'll be catapulted by the campaign. hillary will jump on that thing and i'll go four stories up. >> what do you make of what's going on in politics right now? >> it's boring. nothing really happening. look, we have the hit piece in "the new york times." nothing surprising there. a guy who has a club down in florida who was either separated from his wife or single likes women. ooh. now "the new york times" does it front page. if you don't like the jet, don't go on the jet. i'm sorry. people know what time it is.
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bill clinton actually raped a woman. hillary clinton set about to destroy the reputations of women. i tell everyone who is watching right now, go back and read the case against hillary clinton that was written in 2008. i just tweeted it out. it's more relevant today than it was in 2008 to read what the clintons did. the whole family drama using state troopers to facilitate trips. we're talking about a guy who was, oh, he kissed me on the lips. what? this is the most ridiculous it's laughable. >> i want to go back to the trump article in "the new york times" because i want to get your reaction to this. we interviewed one of the girls that was quoted in the article. she said they totally misquoted her and she likes trump and will vote for him. dated him for several months when she was 26 years old.
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let's listen to the sound bite and get your reaction. >> it was very upsetting.appy t all. i don't know how many other girls feel like they were misquoted. i know that for a fact i was. they did take quotes from what i said and they put a negative connotation and spun it to where it appeared negative. i didn't have a negative experience with donald trump. weighs very gracious. i saw him around all types of people and all types of women and he was very kind, thoughtful, generous. he was a gentleman. >> so she said "the new york times" had an agenda. >> all of the news set to recycle. i think we go back to the fact that the obama/clinton economy has failed the people. "the new york times" throws their stink bomb out there. we'll see other similar things i'm sure. either this works the policy that they put together or it
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didn't. what we see with revolt on the left and revolt on the right, both establishment republicans and democrats are being fired by the american people. they can throw all these little boomlets out there. it won't make any difference whatsoever especially given the criminal behavior. bill clinton was impeached for lying under oath. perjury. a federal investigation going on against hillary right now. >> that was only about sex. >> it wasn't. >> that's what they say. >> it was actually about women and how he treated women and his answers to those questions. again, i urge everyone to read that piece. case against hillary clinton from 2008. no right wing conservative by the way. >> they are trying to put donald trump in a category like they do all republicans. only a party for the rich. they want to hurt the poor when it comes to entitlements. no. i want to leave social security
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alone. minimum wage, i'm not sure. maybe i would raise it up. it's really making it tough to attack him because he seems to be a guy that says i want to do what gets things done. >> people think washington is corrupt and it is. i live in washington. we talk about this. business is booming in washington because government keeps growing. outside of these little metropolitan areas like boston, new york or washington, there's a reason why east of the mississippi trump won pretty much every state. people are really hurting. this isn't working. globalization. open borders. public schools. overcrowding in school classrooms. people say donald trump -- you have to be kidding me. >> there's a brawl in las vegas as you know what's going on. hillary clinton, "the washington post," editorials, people getting nervous on the left she doesn't have likability to be elected. >> i have a lot of young producers that work for me.
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a lot of them aren't that political. i can't even listen to her. it's like listening to decades past. the drama of the past, the sound of the past, the solutions of the past. none of it works. i think what happened in nebraska with ben sasse and what happened in nevada with the democrats, i think it tells you a lot about the anger and furry of american people. >> read about it at lifeset.com. laura ingraham, appreciate it. >> i won't be on tomorrow because i am on today. >> in person. >> isn't that fun. coming up, the up with and only mark burnett. we love him. he's here with his latest reality show. this time it's a dating show. plus, meghan kelly has a huge special with donald trump. she'll join us live with those details.
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to talk later. >> normally we're here about the bible. i've never done a dating show before and i think it was time. i didn't want to do a show where there's a bunch of women that get eliminated by guys and if you don't get the right rose, you go home. they're beautiful and smart and successful. lives are great. love is missing. this is an extra thing and makes them empowered and women that have seen the show, love the show and the fact it represents women. >> everything you touch turns to gold. it premieres tomorrow night. i'm excited about this. it's something different than we've seen on other reality shows. what makes it so different? >> it's not one guy and 12 women. there's 12 women in a great resort but each week a helicopter flies in with a brand new guy. they immediately meet for two minutes and women can choose do
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i want to get to know him better? >> you know automatically. it doesn't take a whole season. >> a guy comes in and gets rejected, he goes home, right? >> the women if they're with a guy and change their mind, the guy goes home and women goes back in the dating pool waiting for the next helicopter. >> i love that you give them a bunch of smartphones and whatever they text you put up on the screen? >> yes. we gave them smartphones. no one needs any instruction of how to text. it's now the culture. >> what makes you think america likes dating shows? >> the numbers have always been great. >> america loves love. >> everybody loves love and relationships. >> could you ever have met someone on a show like that? >> i'm married.
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good morning. it's may 16th. video shows what happened before a mother of four went overboard on a cruise ship and what is on that video has the coast guard calling off that search. "the new york times" says donald trump crossed the line with his former girlfriend. one problem that former girlfriend just spoke to us. >> it was very upsetting. i was not happy to read it at all. i don't know how many other girls feel like they were misquoted. i know that for a fact i was. >> she was misquoted. can you believe anything "the new york times" writes about
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donald trump? we'll get a report and you will decide. >> play it straight. >> considered a front runner for trump's vice president. we're hearing newt gingrich isn't on that list. how could that be? is the list accurate? mornings are better with friends. all right. we're taking you live to cincinnati, ohio. take a look. 400 kids there in that auditorium and within the hour something very special and incredible is going to happen. >> can you believe what they're doing? thousands of cutting their hair all for charity all for a good cause. it's an awesome story. we're going to have them live on the show coming up. >> to honor breast cancer survivors and they're doing that as a tribute. those beautiful locks of hair will be turned into real hair wigs for people suffering from cancer. a great story that we'll be bringing. >> sacrificing that.
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so wonderful. >> every monday at this time we turn to bret baier in the chair and that rhymes down in our nation's capital. hello. >> good morning. >> were you watching -- i know you know the story that "the new york times" put out over the weekend about donald trump and how when he was a single guy back in the '80s and '90s was around women. one of the women widely quoted, the swimsuit girl, she was on talking earlier and this is the shocking part. she says "the new york times" led her to believe it would be a positive piece. it was a negative piece and they misquoted her. listen to this and analysis from you. >> it was very upsetting. i was not happy to read it at all. "the new york times" told us several times that they would make sure that my story that i was telling came across. they promised several times that they would do it accurately. they told me several times and
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my manager several times that it would not be a hit piece. my story would come across the way i was telling it and honestly. it absolutely was not. they did take quotes from what i said. they put a negative connotation on it and spun it to where it appeared negative. i did not have a negative experience with donald trump. he was gracious. i saw him around all types of people and women. he was very kind, thoughtful, generous. he was a gentleman. >> he was a gentleman according to her. what do you make of the "times" piece? >> this is an indication of what donald trump is going to be facing i think in the next six months and this is going to get pretty ugly from all points of view and deal with parts of his past he probably doesn't want to deal with. this is an example of somebody who clearly thinks she was
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misquoted at least in tenor and tone with what she was telling "the new york times" and the fact she was central to that piece, they said they interviewed 50 women. they start with her. her story. that's a problem with what she said to you all this morning. >> she also said she was planning on voting for donald trump when given the chance. >> will this kind of thing hurt him or do you think the audience, the people out there, are smart enough to know when they read something like this that it's just all hearsay? >> listen, i don't even think it would hurt them if she didn't come out this morning. i think that donald trump has passed the point of his past being really a drag on him because he's now this vessel of kick over the table and both parties aren't working in washington. i think he has some hurdles to get over from explaining this stuff and the whole thing where he was the public relations guy and said it wasn't him and it
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really was him and he apologized. it's kind of messy. all of that as far as voters, i don't think we've seen throughout this primary that that affects him at all. >> listen, on another channel they just played the sound bite times" story. and they say they stand by their story or the spirit in which she told it. it's their opinion of what she said in that story. so this thing is blowing up even bigger. the other thing is that it's amazing these stories are coming out now. you eliminate 16 people to become the presumptive gop nominee and all of a sudden the 1991 interview, the blizzard of women he's had interactions with back to his high school days in the early '60s going back to his father's relationship with women back in the '50s and '40s.
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is timing convine ining coincid? >> no. the media establishment is now zeroed in because they see donald trump is the guy that is going to face hillary clinton likely in the fall. it is -- listen, he's got a rich history. he's been in the public eye forever as has hillary clinton. there are many things to talk about in her past as well that obviously one hopes it will be balanced in the investigative efforts. >> don't hold your breath regarding "the new york times" and that. it was politico this morning with an item that talks about how it sounds like donald trump is trying to exact some revenge upon some of the professional strategist and people like that who work on the republican side who came out very hard against him particularly the anti-trump people. according to this article it says that some of his aides are talking to rnc saying the
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republican party doles out millions of dollars to these vendors and strategists and pollsters and they tried to kill our guy. let's not give them any cash. can you remember in washington when you have seen this kind of reaction in a revenge way for people who are out to get somebody? >> no. i can remember where one party has been this split up at least for some period of time and there are still parts of the party who are in the apparatus that are in the never trump camp even as trump is the presumptive nominee. so i think you're going to see more of this as we get closer to cleveland. this is going to be a big deal. money talks and they're going to try to prevent some of those people from being in the key positions. also look at the committees and who is on them for the republican convention. >> great point. >> a lot of cruz people are still in positions and they obviously were never trump to begin with.
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>> very interesting. it will be an interesting tactical move by the trump camp. do you try to convert never trump people or punish them and alienate them. real quick. ben carson as times looks like he was heading up the vp search. now he's just one on the committee. it didn't stop him from coming out with a short list which trump has disavowed. former governor sarah palin. governor chris christie. i know marco rubio, donald trump says is not on that list. i can't imagine ted cruz being on that list. what about the tactic of telling everybody the top secret list? >> i'm not sure it was the top secret list. i'm not sure dr. carson had the full list and maybe he was referring to just some people who may have been on at one time. marco rubio has said no. sarah palin this weekend said she doesn't want to be considered. it would be tough to imagine ted
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cruz being on that list after the end of the campaign and the lying ted thing. who knows. i think there are a couple others on that list from what i hear who are under consideration that is not the end of the list. >> newt has to be something in the mix. seems as though all indications are that he was on that list. >> i think there are people on it. i think dr. carson was making a statement that those people were on the list and kind of a side statement. you don't know. he has been plugged into this campaign since the beginning. >> ten hours from now bret will be back in that chair. probably wearing that neck tie and shirt. we'll tune in at 6:00 p.m. eastern time with bret baier in the chair. >> when we had donald trump on last week, he says he hasn't told anyone who is on that short list. >> what he did last week and it's brilliant. i'm not going to announce the winner until the convention.
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it's just building dramatic tension. >> that was smart. >> doesn't stop him from releasing what would be a cabinet if he wanted to do that. he'll be on tomorrow on this couch. >> fantastic. all right. it's ten minutes after the top of the hour on this monday and heather has the news. >> good morning. good morning to everyone at home. a story that we've been following for you. really heartbreaking. the search for a mother who went overboard from a carnival cruise ship is now suspended. new surveillance video shows from the ship the woman falling backwards after climbing up to sit on a railing at 2:00 a.m. on friday. she was on the trip with a group of friends. her husband and four children were home at the time in arlington, texas. the ship is due to dock in galveston this morning. he is unapologetic and patriotic and unapologetic catholic and now conservative justice clarence thomas is warning millennials against getting caught up in social justice demands.
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thomas speaking to liberal hillsdale college grads. >> do not hide your faith and your beliefs under a bushel basket especially in this world that seems to have gone mad with political correctness. >> he also honored his late friend antonin scalia saying that he was a man of values and traditions. a star on hbo's crime drama "the wire" found himself on the other side of the law. >> it ain't nothing like they make it out to be. >> hillary clinton supporter was arrested at an atlanta hotel after getting into a violent public argument with a bernie sanders reporter. the 52 year old allegedly pushed a man out of the way and grabbed the woman by the hair and hit her over the head. donald trump going back to his roots. he celebrated his daughter's graduation from the university of pennsylvania over the
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weekend. it also is his alma mater. trump graduated in 1968. all front and center for the family affair. also in attendance, look at this. vice president joe biden. his granddaughter and tiffany trump graduated from arts and sciences school. >> they both have secret service protection. i wonder if they crossed paths? >> i wonder if all of the secret service got seats. >> if you're in the audience watching those families and not paying attention to your kid walking across the stage. >> $50,000, you would be watching the kid. >> do you have a job yet? it's 12 minutes after the top of the hour on this monday. "the new york times" says donald trump crossed the line in his reaction and interaction with dozens of women back when he was single. as you just heard, one of those women told us that simply is not true.
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wasn't bad at all. >> very upsetting. i was not happy to read it all-. i don't know how many other girls feel like they were misquoted. i know that for a fact i was. >> misquoted by "the new york times." can we believe "the new york times" what they write? megyn kelly on that in 15 minutes. first our military and then our cops and now terrorists are targeting bill gates and warren buffett. we'll look at this disturbing plot and why this affects every single one of us. in a good, clean salad, every ingredient is the main ingredient. the strawberry poppyseed... romaine, mandarin,
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beat yesterday with fenix 3 hr. from garmin. >> we > what they're trying to do is scare these people. they deal in terror. the big question is whether or not anybody out there goes that's a good idea. i'll try that. >> remember this is al qaeda. they have been phased out by isis. i think they want to return to relevance.
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operatives have gone back to syria to join the fight against isis. he wants to back that up with his dramatic move to go after business leaders inside america. they have this magazine called "inspire." people have looked at it. the latest edition is they want to undermine the u.s. economy by targeting for assassination american business leaders. i quote one of the items here. the prophet ordered killing of many criminal leaders using this method. that's assassination by professional type lone wolf operatives. that's what they're going for. >> as you know better than most, most of the guys and women the powerful executives already security on their own. better security than in some cases the secret service provides. >> that's absolutely true. they know the threat. they know the threat from all sources. >> they are worried about their kids as well being kidnapped. >> that's all on the table already. this is an attempt to grab a
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headline and put themselves out there again. al qaeda still relevant. we're coming after you in america. you business leaders to disrupt your economy. >> people wonder why should we secure the borders? this is why. to protect our individuals. our citizens. our business leaders. >> how about a wall. that's another story entirely. here we have a situation where we talk about muslims coming into this country and how we handle muslims already in this country and the whole situation is exacerbated by headlines of this type by this "inspire" magazine. that's the issue of the day. what do we do? this headline makes that even more important. >> stuart is going to be in charge of the channel over at fox business in 41 minutes. we'll be tuned in for that. >> i love how you put that. >> do you actually get the keys when you come onto the channel? >> it's more of a baton. >> it's a baton pass. flawless. seamless. >> you think you need a key to
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run the channel? >> clearly he doesn't run this one. >> can i join this conversation at some point? >> why do you let her hurt my feelings like that? >> that's for giving me the sweater earlier. mass outrage over the president's plans to offer transgender bathrooms in all public schools and greg abbott joins us live with the plan to fight the white house's threat. that's coming up next. >> "the new york times" says donald trump crossed the line with dozens of women and you heard from one of those women who says it's simply not true. i was misquoted. >> it was very upsetting. i was not happy to read it at all. i don't know how many other girls feel like they were misquoted. i know that for a fact i was. >> what is really going on there. megyn kelly on that story and so much more. ten minutes. live on the curvy couch in the heart of manhattan. goodbye icky sunscreen.
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no state in the union slammed the obama administration's new transgender guidelines more than texas. >> the entire policy is vague. it's also we believe unconstitutional because they don't have statutory authority to change the statute. that was done by congress. it needs to be changed by congress. this needs to be a debate in congress and not with the administration just unilaterally changing the law. >> that's what they're doing. texas governor greg abbott has vowed to fight the mandate saying the president cannot rewrite civil rights. a brand new book coming out this
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week, governor greg abbott joins us live. >> great to be with you. >> what's going on with this north carolina thing and also with the administration saying unless states are involved in this transgender bathroom thing, we're going to withhold money? >> ironically what's going on is what i write about in my book. the way the constitution has been turned on its head. understand this. there's only one body of the three branches of government that can write the law and that's congress. congress has to vote on this transgender issue on several occasions and rejected it every single time. we have a president who decided if congress is not going to pass the law, he's going to impose the law. so the president is turning the constitution on its head and that's why i fought back when the president did the very same thing with regard to the immigration law. that's why we fought back when the president did the same thing with the obamacare law and now he's trying to do it with regard
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to the transgender law. we're fighting back. we're demanding that the president and the united states hue to the line of the united states constitution. >> why is it happening now? >> it's happening now, i believe, because we are in the waning months of the obama presidency and he's trying to cram down as many parts of his liberal agenda on the united states of america as he possibly can. >> i think you're exactly right. it might be hillary in november. it could be donald trump in november. so he's got to do it now. >> people need to come to grips with this. we are at a constitutional tipping point in the united states of america. hillary is nothing more than an extension of the obama agenda if not worse because she's threatened to expand obamacare and keep our border completely insecure and the supreme court may be more pivotal than any other issue in this presidential election. if hillary is elected, it will lead to america taking a left turn from which we may not be
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able to return. >> you have had such a dynamic political life and a law career as well. and reading your personal story in your brand new book, i know about the accident. you tell graphically what happened and, you know, talk about luck being in the wrong place at the wrong time for one second and that's your story. >> so many people don't know the fact that i'm even in a wheelchair. i was 26 years old and one day went out for a jog. i was jogging and a huge tree crashed down on my back fractured my vertebrae leaving me paralyze and forever unable to walk. i show that our lives are not defined by the challenges we face instead by the way that we respond to our challenges. i was able to piece my life back together and go onto become governor of the state of texas. there are millions of americans who face their own challenges. i want them to know whatever their challenge may be, they can
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overcome that and achieve success and we must do that as a country also. >> you talk about how through physical therapy you changed your goals for life. here you are today. you have a brand new book. "the fight to fix a broken america." america is broken. you have great ideas in here. >> each branch of our federal government is broken because they strayed from their constitutional role. we need to get the country back on its constitutional design. >> sir, thank you very much, for sharing your story. have a safe trip back to texas. >> thank you. coming up next on this monday, you never have seen a shark attack quite like this. the florida woman who was rushed to the hospital while the shark was still clamped down on her arm. and "the new york times" says donald trump crossed the line with dozens of women and you just heard from one of those women who said the "times" story
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not true. >> it was very upsetting. i wasn't happy to read it at all. >> so what is really going on here? we'll talk to that woman right there. megyn kelly. she's live and on the curvy couch next. i've just arrived in atlanta
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stop cleaning. start swiffering. >> you are so powerful. you are so powerful now. >> i don't view myself as that. i view myself as a person that like everyone else is fighting for survival. that's all i view myself as. i really view myself now as somewhat of a messenger. this is a massive thing that's going on. millions and millions of people
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have been disenfranchised from this country. >> it's true. they are listening to you. and they're take their cue from you. that's the question is whether now so close to the oval office whether you will take that responsibility seriously and change your tone to try to be more unifying and less divisive. >> how long have we been waiting for that? does he answer megyn kelly. megyn kelly presents is coming up soon. >> tomorrow night 8:00 p.m. on big fox. "american idol" fox. that's how i refer to it. >> regarding the sit down. that started. you went over to trump towers because i want to talk to you about the show. >> i did. it worked out great. i wanted to put an end to everything that had a been happened for many reasons. i was happy to go to him opposed to neutral territory.
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even though there was nerves walking in, as soon as i rounded that corner i knew he would be gracious. he was smiling. gave me a nice welcome. >> when you sat across from him, why did you do this and why did you do that or more about getting him on the show? >> neither. that meeting was just trying to get to a better place. we didn't talk about anything that had happened. we just talked about the race. candidate and reporter. there was lots to talk about. where he was. it was right before he secured the nomination. it wasn't until we got on camera that we talked about what happened between us. >> a neutral site would have been st. patrick's cathedral. >> can you imagine the parishioners. >> is hell freezing over. >> right. do you have news? >> we cannot wait to watch this tomorrow night. it will be wonderful and fascinating. mark burnett said to thank you. >> i'm not thinking of it in
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terms of ratings. we all have day jobs. we have he very good day jobs. that's how i make my living. this has been a fun thing to work on and exercises a different set of muscles. it was our boss' idea. it's been a pleasure to go longer form interviews in a different setting and have time to actually interview and give the person to be introspective. >> sometimes megyn kelly will call me around 3:00 and say what should i lead with? i don't like to reveal this. >> thank you, control room. >> i have a sense that you might be leading with this story. "the new york times" has a big feature on donald trump's relationship with women. they went to his dad and the way his dad treated women and the way he treated them in high school. here's what a woman said about how she was portrayed in this "new york times" story. >> it was very upsette eupsetti. i was not happy to read it at
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all. "the new york times" told us several times they would make sure my story that i was telling came across. they promised several times that they would do it accurately. they told me several times and my manager several times that it would not be a hit piece and that my story would come across the way i was telling it and honestly. it absolutely was not. they did take quotes from what i said and they put a negative connotation on it. they spun it to where it appeared negative. i did not have a negative experience with donald trump. he was very gracious. i saw him around all types of people. all types of women. he was very kind and thoughtful, generous. he was a gentleman. >> wait a minute. that's not what we read in the paper. >> this is one of the intriguing things about donald trump. one of the many intriguing things about him. what are we proving with that sound bite? that the "times" maybe misled when it came to this woman's story. but is there any dispute that
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trump has used controversial language about women? there is not. there isn't. what does that tell us about him? that's in the mind of beholder. the campaign has said many times, look, women are not going to vote based on these words that he's used about women. they're going to vote based on policy and terrorism and based on concern about their kids and budget and the country. history has proven that's true. we've never seen a presidential candidate who has taken the risks he's taken and said the kinds of things he's said. so will that disapproval rating he has right now with women including republican women carry through or as they get closer to november, will they vote on something different? >> we do know and we all did this story last week about how "the washington post" has a team of 20 reporters digging up dirt and then this hit job pops up in "the new york times" which feeds donald trump has a problem with women. the woman says i'm going to vote
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for him. i'm going to play one sound bite and get your analysis on it. cbs sat down with a couple of the reporters from "the new york times" this morning. played the sound bite with the woman and watch this. they are standing by the story as they wrote it. >> i interviewed her. i'll let her speak for herself. i think readers of the story can digest what happened to her in 1990. evening pool party and he asked her after taking them on tour if she had brought a bathing suit. when she said she had not, he opened a door of bathing suits and asked her to put one on. she did and he brought her back out to the pool and crowd and asked the crowd did they think she was a beautiful trump lady. i recall in my interview with her that she expressed -- she said i was taken aback by this. and i think that's how we depict
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it. a vote for president is a profoundly personal one. we're giving the readers information they can use. >> cbs also asked the reporters why didn't you use any of the names of the women trump has helped over the years. they wouldn't answer. >> they do mention his one female top executive who has been mentioned in a few pieces. she's a powerful testament it trump in terms of advancement of women. he has his daughter in a powerful position. >> she's in charge of construction. >> at a time when no women were placed in that position and article talks about how trump's dad was, like, are you sure you want to do that? trump said i am sure. he's such a contradiction in that way. he's much more complicated than sort of what they would have you believe when it comes to women and other issues. it's not clear cut as either side would have us leavbelieve.
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trump's allegations about hillary's past with women and the role she played in trying to diminish the ones who claim they had affairs or attacked by bill clinton is also relevant if we're going back 25 years on him and figure out what he did at the time, it's fair game for them, too. >> just one other thing regarding the women depicted in this story. this was 30 years ago when he was single. >> the treatment of women, the objectification of women. you make a lot of comments about women's looks. a lot of comments about women's looks. he makes a lot of comments about men's looks. he thinks you're gorgeous. >> right. "the new york times" did a good job on clinton cash. >> and benghazi. >> curious when the movie came out, i saw it the other day about clinton cash. it is going to one of those festivals to look at direct correlations between the
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donations they took and places they got and influence that came. i'm curious to see now that she looks like the presumptive nominee if they'll be just as aggressive. >> the only solution is for them to be shamed into doing it. if they don't do it they need to be shamed into do it. otherwise they'll play into the narrative that people have and that trump has about them that they're not fair. this is all well and good. these guys are in the arena. they want george washington's job. we should be doing in-depth pieces on both of them. >> i want to get your reaction. president obama spoke at rutgers university at the graduation giving the commencement speech. this is what he had to say. cleefrl clearly a dig at donald trump. >> facts, evidence, reason, logic, understanding of science. these are good things. these are qualities you want in people making policy. if you were listening to today's
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political debate, you might wonder where the strain of anti-intellectualism came from. the class of 2016, let be me as clear as i can. in politics and in life, ignorance is not a virtue. >> i know when he was talking about the wall he was taking a dig at trump. generally i think there were a lot of digs at republicans. >> the anti-intellectualism thing is so alienating. no reason to go there. that's a turn off to the people you means to convince. isn't the goal to bring more people into the fold and have them listen to you? as soon as you insult them saying they're anti-science, they're stupid, you think that encourages dialogue? the other thing interesting about the president's remarks was that he went off on cupcake nation. right on. i love that, too. the cupcakes at the
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universities, which is great. i love that. however, where is president obama been on fox news for the past eight years? if you want to encourage dialogue with people who don't think exactly like you, why hasn't he spent more time in this wheelhouse and been challenged by people who may see the world differently? it's not like he can't handle it. if you believe it, you should live it. >> who else is on your special? >> we have lavern cox. the first transgender superstar and robert shapiro, this is amazing. i asked him what o.j. whispered in his ear after the not guilty verdict and he told me. >> we'll be watching. tomorrow night on big fox. >> so proud of you. you're doing so well. i walk in my drugstore and every
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for the 33-year-old samantha broberg. she did a room by room search. they quarantined everyone in their rooms. on the intercom saying if you can hear us, you're okay. if you're okay, please let us know you're not in trouble. they determined she had gone overboard. the coast guard searched for about 20 hours and scoured an area roughly 4,300 square miles. about 200 miles southeast of here. the cruise ship does have video of her going overboard. according to a cruise ship spokesperson, she climbed up on the railing and then fell over backwards. now normally in a situation like this, the fbi is called in to investigate but that does not necessarily mean that there's any foul play. that's merely procedure. we're live in galveston, john donnalley, fox news. >> thank you very much. >> if they're video, any attempt to try to help her? is there a search going on right
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now? >> they discontinued it after searching 4,300 square miles. >> she has four kids. coming up, you're about to witness something incredible. more than 400 people will get their hair cut at the same time. this is about more than just record breaking -- breaking records. the amazing moment you have to see coming up next. >> let's check in with bill. we promised we would. >> good monday. the high school is the sister high school to my high school. they are right across the driveway. all girls. we were all boys. so the boys were on one side of the street. girls on the other. great people. good morning to you. the election wars are well under way. how does the latest shot square with voters. that's the ultimate question. republicans have more questions about the iran deal. and does a third party have a shot in 2016? we'll analyze that as word of a
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talk about going to great lengths literally. the largest number of people all about to get a haircut at once live here on "fox & friends." >> more than 400 people donating their hair to raise awareness about the fight against cancer. >> let's hear from the president of seton high school and a senior there at seton high school. they are honoring their own mothers today who are both breast cancer survivors. thank you so much for being with us this morning. can you hear me, ladies? give us a thumbs up if you can
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hear us. taylor, why are you doing this? they can't hear us. it's so loud in that room. >> we will see in a matter of moments it's an emcee of this event. the locks are going to go to those cancer survivors to make wigs for them as they battle through treatment. the emcee of the event is from a local radio station. they do something every year but never like this. >> it's an amazing event. i think the ladies can hear us now. good morning. can you hear us, taylor? taylor, why are you doing this? >> i'm here for my mom today. i got to see the process of her go through cancer and lose her hair and grow it all back. i think that it's important for all of us to recognize the fact that these women are here because we're all supporting the same cause. you can feel the energy in the room. it's incredible. it's phenomenal.
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>> how hard was it to get this all together? >> it's a long process. there's a lot that goes into it. we have beautiful people here that are organizing everything for us. it's really amazing. i really appreciate everything that they've done for all of us. >> have you been growing out your hair together for the last few months or did you just organize this recently? >> actually, we've been doing this for a couple of years now. i've been growing my hair since i was a freshman and a lot of people here are in the same boat. we're all doing the same thing. >> now let's turn it over with your permission and with your blessing, let's go over to the emcee from the local radio station who will get all of the festivities under way. >> all right, ladies. are you ready? here we go. 400 of you.
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10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. get to cutting. oh boy. >> hold the pony tails out in front of them. >> you put it in a ponytail and cut the whole thing off. proud of those students. it makes it easier when you have your friends doing it with you. they are all doing it for such a great cause. >> i think this is a record with over 400. we'll continue. we'll follow this and touch on it in after the show show. great cause. learn how to help. when we come back, how you can take part when we come back on "fox & friends." i take prilosec otc each morning for my frequent heartburn
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learn how you can help. that is seton high school donating their hair for breast cancer. >> 400 young ladies. awesome job. >> what a great school. a lot of reason to be proud. i think that was a world record. >> see you tomorrow. bill: the news is breaking on this monday, may 16. donald trump fighting back on what he calls as a hit piece. one of the women in that story said she was misquoted and the paper lied to her. it's mid-may, the elect is in november. martha: the sunday edition of the "new york times" featured an op-ed.

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