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hi, everybody. good morning. today is saturday, the 21st of may, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. we are starting with a fox news alert. signs of smoke before the disappearance of egyptair flight 804. investigators getting new clues this morning as they try to figure out if it was terror and if it was terror that took down that passenger plane. new security changes coming right here in america. >> and then donald trump picks up a big endorsement last night from the nra and gives hillary clinton a brand new nickname. >> hillary wants them to be defenseless, wants to take away any chance of survival. that's why we are going to call her heartless hillary. >> heartless hillary. a brand new name for his foe
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plaza. looks like a campground out there. >> big kayak race this morning. show us all the tents, kayaks, those stand up kayaks, the paddle boards. stand up with the big paddle board. >> i have been told we are not wearing our microphones and ear pieces because we don't want to get anything to get wet. >> electrocuted. >> who is getting into the drink. >> there anything more wholesome and healing than fishing? i think we could get rid of half the medical establishments just fished more. no scientists. >> rick was stressed this morning. we sent him outside in order to deal with some the medical conditions. >> is he outside in a tent. like a nomad good morning. >> good morning. i have wanted to get that extra 30 minutes of sleep. i just rolled out and stayed right there. put my suit in there last night. >> very peaceful in 48 and in manhattan with sirens going by. we're headed toward summer although it's felt like spring for a lot of people
this week will t. will start to feel like summer. the eastern half of the country things finally changing around. nobody all that bad. everything is looking pretty calm out there. we have some rain, again, across areas of florida. today we will see that as the day heats up again. take a look at this. there is big race, the preakness going on. washout in and around the baltimore area. a lot of rain today. we will deal with rain the next couple of days but just stay patient because we will get through it and things going to warm up for the latter part of this week. take a look at that big storm across the west. that is going to be bringing severe weather. we are in the season we will get it. it's here. today up and down the high plains. moves off tornado alley for severe weather. tomorrow the biggest day for potential tornadoes and then for monday across the southern plains. three day severe weather event that we're going to be watching. temperaturewise today, look at that fargo 83. we're still cool across the mid-atlantic and northeast
because of cloud cover and cooler temperatures. we are warm across areas of the south. going into monday and then take a look by the time we get to wednesday, guys. how about we finally start to fell to like summer. >> it's about time. >> there you go. >> no more freezes. >> we feel that way. thanks a lot, rick. >> go back to sleep. >> night, night. four minutes after the hour. we will start with a headlines. fox news alert, smoke on board flight 804 before it crashed. french investigators confirming smoke detected in multiple places including a bathroom near the cockpit. still unclear what caused the smoke. meanwhile, teams are focusing on finding the plane's black boxes hoping they will provide concrete answers. human remains and luggage belonging to passengers all recovered off the coast of egypt. the victims' families meeting with french foreign ministry. still not ruling anything out, including terror, as the cause. also this morning, a standoff at the white house ends with gunfire.
>> police were around him with a gun and i got really scared. the police started of screaming at us like get out of here. get out of here. get to the floor. >> the white house on lockdown for an hour friday while the agents tried to convince pennsylvania man, jesse olivere to drop his gun. officers shot him when he refused. investigators saw the toyota nearby with ammunition inside. they believe it is his. vice president biden was inside the white house. president obama was out playing golf. governor mary fallon turning down the unprecedented measure passed by the state's legislature. fallon said the measure was so big doctors wouldn't be able to determine when an abortion was necessary to save a mother's life. slamming the bill calling it unconstitutional since it was challenge the 1973 roe
v. wade decision. alan young also known as wilbur on mr. he had has passed away. >> like a morris code. >> yeah. only ours is a horse code. [ laughter ] >> do you really think you could teach me enough to talk to ladies? >> three lessons from me, wilbur, and you will be growing a tail. >> beloved 96 actor passing away of natural causes in his california home. before his star dumb in mr. he had he was known for hosting the mr. young show. he went on to be the voice actor portraying scrooge duck. those are your headlines. >> hello. >> hello. hello, wilbur. >> so donald trump was not the first ping of the national rifle association. they did not endorse him in the primary. some question whether they were going to but they did yesterday. trump went to louisville kentucky for nra meeting. gave a speech there, and accepted their endorsement.
here is what he said. >> hillary wants to disarm vulnerable americans in high crime neighborhoods whether it's a young single mom in florida or a grandmother in ohio, hillary wants them to be defenseless. wants to take away any chance they have of survival. that's why we're going to call her heartless hillary. we can do without that. [cheers and applause] >> somehow i look crooked hillary better. >> obviously he suffered among women voters and maybe perhaps seeing an opening, talking about that hillary clinton wants to take away the guns of single moms in high crime areas that wouldn't be able it defend themselves or the grand mother who wouldn't be able to defend herself. >> turning the tables in that way. also, calling on the clintons to drop their body guards that they have had since the 1990s, the secret service. if guns are so unimportant by could all your body guards have them. also this week he released his list of potential replacements for supreme court justice antonin ask scalia
who passed away why doesn't hillary clinton. he is giving red meat saying she wants to abolish the second amendment all together. here she is on may 9th this year speaking about gun violence. listen. >> we have got to do a better job sort of dealing with the gun culture and dealing with the kinds of attitudes we're now seeing where people reach for guns to solve their problems. and it's never solved anybody's problem. it's only made more heart break and blood shed. >> guns have never solved anybody's problems. i guess it depends on what the problem is if someone is coming at you to harm you, it's a huge problem and only solved with another firearm. i grew up in gun culture, the one that she mocks and revials and say we somehow need to undo. i have never hurt anybody and nobody else who grew up in the culture that i know of. trump makes a good point about body guards.
i was on amtrak train yesterday and vice president gets on with like 25 armed guys. so if guns don't solve any problems, what is that about? hillary clinton has a massive scrutiny, they have guns. >> she was on twitter defending herself yesterday. >> so silly. >> she fired back at dromp saying you are wrong, mr. trump we can uphold without promoting gun violence. let's get this done. 90%% of americans in this vin diagram that she tweeted about. come to your screen right now and look at it, 90% of americans in top bubble and in the middle support universal background checks and in the bottom now hard for me to see it. of gun owners at the bottom there. immediately twitter exploded with the problems with this vin diagram. >> here is one tweet that was mocking her tweet. stereotypes hillary is smashing. women being bad at math.
>> that's not how vin diagrams work. the union of two different groups and, yet, american citizens and gun owners are, of course, the same group. it doesn't make any sense at all. >> the idea that half of the diagram aren't americans or more than half of this diagrams are not americans. >> 90% of americans support universal background checks. it depends on what that means. do i have to give my sun a background check if i give my son for christmas? >> maybe that number will go down a little bit if people understand. >> mentally i will background checks? there is an argument that i don't think she is making well. here is the spending in the campaigns. mitt romney $443 million and republican party 1.12 billion trying to get him elected. money doesn't necessarily buy victory. hillary clinton spending $182 million-to-dwarfing donald trump's $54 million so far in the campaign.
>> more than three times what he has spent. here's a breakdown of their staff. the clinton campaign employs 732 people. trump employs 70. so who has the advantage? it's interesting. i think we have learned in the primaries our assumptions about money were probably wrong. we always assumed that the guy with the most money, with the most staff, with the ground game. we talk this up so much wins. this guy just beat 16 people spending basically no money at all. >> you also watch politics for such long time, tucker, and the clinton political machine is unlike any other, right? >> yeah. >> do you think mr. trump needs to worry a little bit more about money or no? >> i don't know. he needs money, of course. the clinton people are super smart. a lot of them are talented. i know a lot of them. i like some of them. they know what they are doing. i think they are backing in the wrong candidate. in the end is it dispositive? does it make a difference? trump needs money to get his message out? no, he doesn't. >> you make a big point about the ground game.
that was all the talk during the fall. he has a terrible ground game in ohio. >> senator ted cruz just logistically because of that organization. if it's going going into the general election. >> it's not irrelevant. maybe not the biggest thing. i always thought it was the biggest thing but i have been wrong a lot. >> big show coming up, hillary clinton says she will bring in her husband to fix the economy. >> my husband, who i'm going to put in charge of revitalizing the economy because, you know, he knows how to do it. >> yeah, big feminist, she will let her husband do it. what do voters think about that. brand new details from the dial test. pretty interesting. >> never trump floated mark cuban's name as a third party candidate. he says he would be open to being hillary clinton's running mate? what?
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were on the floor there, they gave it an f. democrats even gave it a c. rare you see a frontrunner get that low on the dials. what people told us was the most important issue to us is the economy. that's the number one thing. that's why we are going to elect the next president and she can't even do it herself, she has to outsource it to her husband. that didn't work for her. >> next is donald trump on tax returns. hillary clinton has been calling on him to release those. he has found a way to t+honest and trustworthiness. >> how can she ask anything when they are missing right now 30,000 emails, when she is under fbi investigation for being essentially a very dishonest person. i don't even know how she can run. honestly, people have been destroyed. their lives have been destroyed for doing a tiny fraction, sean, of what she has done. >> you can see democrats were on the floor not that surprising, republicans loved it, a, and you could see that independence were
independents were b. it's interesting to see where they are tracking. hillary clinton going after him for tax returns. not a smart strategy number one issue is trustworthiness. can he go right back at her and you can see how it works. >> he will do it over and over again if it's work for him. >> bernie sanders says don't count me out even though hillary clinton says i am the nominee. bernie sanders says don't count me out. i'm in it until the very end. >> we are in until the last ballot is cast. [cheers] >> the democratic party is going to have to make a very, very profound and important decision. it can do the right thing. >> yes. >> and open its doors and welcome in to the party people who are prepared to fight for real economic and social change. >> you know, and this is really fascinating to me. you see bernie sanders there. republican were even pretty
favorable toward him and that's rare. he got a c both independents and democratics b plus. depending who you talk to. people want him. in rattling the doors and saying there is a new day. very antiestablishment message they want a new day in the party on both sides of the aisle and he is tapping into that. >> hillary clinton likes to paint donald trump as this brash billionaire who is reckless. she says he is not qualified when asked by another network. listen. >> you think that donald trump is qualified to be president? >> no, i do not. i know how hard this job is and i know that we need steadiness as well as strength and smarts in it. and i have concluded he is not qualified to be president of the united states. >> very big differences there g.o.p. f and item crass an a.
>> independents give a c. that's the highest i have seen in her base for along time. this is a message that works for her when she is talking to democrats. she needs to move the independents and she didn't do it there. lee carter, thanks for your time today. >> thank you. >> a man removed from a women's restroom he claims that is the victim of a hate crime. does this man have a case? that's next. and did the white house pay off the press to win support for the iran nuclear deal? the outrageous accusations and why it could be true. what's it like to be in good hands? like finding new ways to be taken care of.
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welcome back. quick headlines for you. more security changes may be on the way in the t.s.a. in the wake of the egyptair crash. more agents expected to be add to reduce wait times. already adding 800 tissue workers by summer. tsa under fire for long lines and enraged fliers missing their flights. and is he one step closer to facing a trial in the united states. mexico now approving the exthat addition of notorious drug lord el chapo to the united states guaranteeing he would not face the death penalty. is he facing murder, kidnapping, and drug smuggling charges. his lawyers have 30 days to appeal that tucker? >> be thanks, clayton. the battle over the country's bathrooms facing another hurdle. a fee pail security guard at washington, d.c. grocery store has been arrested for removing a man who identifies as a woman he
says from a woman's restroom. police are treating the case as what they are calling a hate crime. let's talk about this radio talk show host and fox news contributor tammy bruce and trial attorney. great to see you both. >> good morning. >> i'm confused by this, tammy, i will begin with you. >> sure. >> a hate crime. the definitions of gender are still fluid. they have not been defined by the white house or anyone pushing this stuff, how does the average person even know what the new rules are sufficient to commit hate crime? >> see, that's an interesting part of the problem and maybe part of the intention is that you won't know what you're doing that will actually be a crime and this is why i have been against the hate crime dynamic well since the initial concept. to attach a thought crime on top of a regular crime becomes a problem because then as we are seeing in this case you have got to presume or guest guestimate what was in someone's heart as effectively and in this
case someone was doing their job. if there was an assault, that's something that will have to be adjudicated within the dynamic of the exchange of those two people. to say it's a hate crime for a security guard to be acting upon what she thought was the right thing to do in that moment because it suggests that she did it because that person was claimed to be transgender and then we are in this argument well then what was in that other person's heart? this is a problem. it's a major mistake. and i think that ultimately i don't think it will prevail. i don't think they will actually go through that kind of charge. but it's a signal to everyone, boy, you might get charged with a crime if you don't say the right thing or if you don't do the right thing. >> exactly right. hate crimes give greater protection to some groups than others which makes a mockery we are all equal under the law. in this specific case, lisa, what does it mean to be transgendered? how do i know if someone is transgendered? >> that's the main question. >> you can't define. >> in this case they can enforce this law because in d.c. they passed a dc human rights act back in 2006 and
they specifically protected gender identity in public places this includes the rest rooms. >> i live there and i'm aware of that i still don't know what it means. does it mean i am whatever i say i am at whatever moment i say it? >> apparently under the d.c. statute that's what it means. apparently that statute is a broad statute and it is enforced in that manner. >> how can we keep our federal prisons, for example, segregated by sex? if i'm on my way to jail can i just say i'm a many with now, i would rather be in the women's detention center? >> that will simplefully. >> that's not theoretical it's a real thing. >> it's a real thing and overspill into a lot of areas until we define it what really has to happen is just last week the supreme court denied a case that would probably have helped us identify what the federal law is on transgender and define the issue. but we won't get that from the supreme court this year so we're going to have to rely on these cases out of north carolina and the federal circuit courts to
define what transgender is. and as you see, it's turning into quite a muck because we have different laws everywhere. >> it just makes the society more chaotic and vulnerable. maybe that was the point. you have thought a lot about this stuff, tammy, what is the point. >> as a gay woman, i have friends across the spectrum, some who are cross dressers who identify as transgendered, generally everyone is kind of laughing pause we all have always made the choices about where woe are going to go to the bathroom. what's happened now it's become politicized. we are in a presidential election year as an example and this is the conversation we are having. and most people realize that this is about moving a certain kind of political agenda. using individuals, whether it be transgendered or gay individuals as pawns in a certain way. >> obama put it at the forewith directions rather than law. >> that's what makes it so political and inappropriate. people are trying to live their lives. they are now being used -- now, when i was on the left, we would actually take an action like this particular
situation, make a claim of abuse, and then use that to move something. >> this might do that. this case, the hate crime, and it is a hate crime because it's not about what was in their mind but what came out of this security guard's mouth now qualifies it as hate crime. there is overt action. if this was adjudicated and did go into a federal court or even at the state level, we would get a lot of answers. >> wield get some definitions. i think most americans are people of goodwill. they want to know what the rules rand they don't and it's crazy. >> hopefully they want to follow them. >> we need clarity. this can't be changing on day-to-day, person on person. that makes a mockery on the rule of law. >> thanks for joining us. thank you. >> thanks, tucker. >> plane crash setting off new debate between the presidential candidates. who do you trust to keep this country safe? we'll debate that. and with the lines getting longer at tsa checkpoints across the country, is the federal government able to do anything? can it even keep our airports orderly? we have got a panel on that
welcome back, a fox news alert now. major developments in the egyptair disaster. french investigators confirming smoke was detected in a bathroom just minutes before the plain crashed. >> many questions still hang in the air. was it a terror attack? was it a mechanical failure? >> our john huddy is live in jerusalem with the latest details. good morning, john. >> good morning, anna, clayton, and tucker. the acr which is the detection and reporting system indicated smoke not only in the lavatory but also throughout the cabin and, again, that raises the theory, of course, and the spector of a possible fire. what led to that fire bomb or mechanical? that's the question. but, of course, that smoke filled the cabin before the plane dropped off the radar it also made a significant, if you look at the this animation, egyptair flight 804 made a sharp turn, a 90-degree turn before essentially going into a spiral dropping from 37,000 feet to 10,000 feet.
of course, that would have incapacitated everyone on board. and then as we know crashing into the mediterranean sea. killing all 66 people on board. it was an overnight flight enroute from charles degall, an airport in paris that departed around 11:09 local time there and going to cairo when the airbus 320 dropped off the radar 3:30 a.m. it had entered egyptian airspace just minutes before. pieces of the plane have been recovered. about 180 miles southeast or off the coast of egypt. also, an oil slick possibly from the plane was spotted by satellite imagery as well. so far, anna, clayton, and tucker, the lack boxes have not been found. that will be a critical piece of evidence in determining what happened in seconds and minutes before this flight went down. >> major developments there thanks, john. the egyptair crash setting off new debate national
security between the presidential candidates. how will this weigh in on the election? our terror panel joins me now. former white house security counts staff under president obama. licensed pilot and criminal state investigator and lieu ten tant colonel tony shaffer senior fellow at the london center of policy research. welcome all this morning to the show. john, i want to start with you. we heard some strong words from both presidential candidates this week or a number of the presidential candidates this week about this. do you think that this will play a larger role in the campaign going forward? >> well, it's going to be because they're going to take it as an issue, whether it's terrorism or not. you know, yesterday we heard reports that there were no akars recording messages off this airplane. today we are hearing these things. as these facts keep changing it will definitely change the type of debate. there is no doubt in my mind that one or more of these candidates are going to use this as an issue because we do need stronger leadership in the middle east. this is absolutely no leadership in the middle
east. these people are not on the run. they are gaining ground. >> jillian, of course we don't know yet if it was terrorism. we see these moments in the campaign where terrorism happens in paris, the candidates talk about it for a little while, and then we seem to come back to the economy. is the american public focused on foreign policy? >> they definitely are in this election cycle than i have seen in the last 10 plus years which, from my perspective, those of us in the foreign policy community who care about these issues it's great news. there is really interesting poll yesterday. it told us that donald trump is more trusted when it comes to fighting terrorism. hillary clinton is more trusted when it comes to responsibly deploying american military power abroad. they were both sort of equally trusted when it comes to u.s. foreign policy and our projection abroad in that sense. people are really thinking about these issues. they are apply agnewanceed approach which i think is great news. i'm happy to see that american voters are focusing on this.
i want to play a sound bite of donald trump, speaking of donald trump that gillian brought up. here was donald trump talking this week about airplane terror. listen. >> i have been looking at airplanes getting blown up in the air and lots of bad things happening, it's just not the same. we're going to bring it back, and we're going to bring it back to a real place where we don't have to be so frightened, where we don't have to be so afraid. we're going to bring it back and you folks are going to be so happy and you're going to be so proud of your country again. >> tony, he is making the argument, which is -- sounds similar to what you're making is it all comes down to bad policy why we are seeing insurgency of islamic extremism around the world. >> as gillian said the american people are engaged. people are going to look at who created the bad policy the current white house. isis has grown exponentially. my friend mike flynn was warning the white house about this when he was director of cia. who is response snible the people in power and people
closest to those in power hillary clinton. when it comes to going through detail who gets the 3:00 call in the morning she apparently failed when she got the call regarding benghazi. this is going to play out in a very bad word for her. the idea of taking action and fixing a policy, doing it in a sort of way is actually resonating very well with the measure people. >> guys, i want to get your take on the airport security. we heard announcement from the tsa. beef up staff so we don't end one lines like we saw in chicago a few weeks ago. john, will it make us safer or is it just going to make us more efficient? >> there haven't been a lot of incidents at airports. i believe that we have been pretty safe. i wish i could say the same about our country from the son out in texas and guy on the coast came and shot two people and then came to new jersey and shot a young man. guy in the middle east who cut the woman's head off. i believe we are safe. only thing that they are going to key buff is -- deif
you have three hour lines to get on an airplane and that's ridiculous. >> the idea gillian homegrown terrorism can we really prevent these sorts of things, getting on aircraft how do we screen for that? >> it's very difficult. screening inside the united states domestically is very air tight. it very good. main point from counter terrorism comes to aviation. terrorists are innovating at much faster rate than governments are able to come up with detection and prevention measures. it's not that the terrorists are some technological edge on us, they are very good at coming up with know ways, innovative ways to conceal explosive devices, and that's -- we don't know yet if two days' ago attack was terrorist attack or not. that's really what we are facing now is that they are very agile, new reports this week coming out about al qaeda in the arabian peninsula developing ways to implant explosive devices inside people's bodies that they can detonate remotely. this is the new wave.
>> are our airports secure? >> no. look, dsa is giving isis a great gift by creating large cues of people. this is what we saw happen in belgium. they are not learning from it. look, they need to be putting people further out. tsa has done very creative things. i was actually talking to an agent one time. talking to the line talking to people engaging them before they get to security. need to do that red teaming. asked by a certain entity in d.c. to look at new security profile. this is how i would go about trying to penetrate it we are creating our own problems. >> all right. great discussion this morning, tony, john, gillian, great to see you all this morning, thank you. >> thanks. >> thanks. >> anna, over to you. >> thank you so much, clayton. 41 minutes after the hour. not going quietly. kalamazoo shooter dragged out of the courtroom. >> bag and people drive around and you look at them it gets like real -- it's time people look. >> right here, honey. you are okay. you are okay. [sobbing]
>> a witness who was testifying against a former uber driver, jason dalton left shaking on the stand. the woman crying outloud as dalton was literally dragged out as you see. the man accused of going on a deadly rampage in january tried to jump out of his seat leading to the outburst. dalton has been ordered to stand trial. and a new team for cuban the billionaire were dallas mavericks open to being hillary clinton's running mate on the democratic ticket. >> if she is willing to listen. if she is willing to hear other sides of things, then i'm wide open to discussing it. >> cuban says clinton would have to go more toward the center since bernie sanders dragged her too far to the left. last week cuban said he would be clinton's running mate if he could throw bombs at donald trump. and the laugh heard around the world. a hilarious video now going viral. the woman trying on a chewbacca mask. you've got to see this. >> he will probably take it from me.
however, this is mine, like when it's said and done at the end of the day, this is mine that i bought. and i'm going to keep it for my own. >> this is worth every penny! [ laughter ] it's really good, isn't it. she originally bought for her son but now plans to keep it for herself. the video seen 91,000 times and counting. kohl's has sold out of the mask. we will have the famous woman on the show in just a bit. love it when you bring your toys to work. >> last night 11:00 i snuck into the boy's room and said i need to borrow your chewbacca mask for the show tomorrow. >> got a weird job. >> he is watching. >> did the white house pay off the press to win support for the iran nuclear deal? outrageous accusation and why it could be true. >> leonardo decaprio is concerned about global
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just when the cops think the iran nuclear deal couldn't get any more intense, new information that left wing groups paid off the media to sell the deal plow shares left whipping advocacy group gave national public radio, the government radio station $100,000 in 2015 in order to do stories on iran to reflect it view that we need an iran nuclear deal. here to react former congressional advisor rebecca line distribution. great hendrix.
government radio station funded in part by tax dollars in order to do pieces that it thinks will help bring about this iran nuclear deal. is that the definition of propaganda or is there another definition? >> well it, definitely looks like the obama administration set out to rig the system, basically. you know, one of the things that the american people rely on is a free and independent press to report the facts, to provide contrary perspectives so the american people can actually understand and see what's going on rather than just hearing the spin and i'd hodge call bent and goals of the administration. we see staff "new york times" he revealed that the administration set out to contrive, to make up a narrative to set iran deal to the american people. it created this echo chamber that we are now seeing with plow chairs fund and various left wing group and those in the media friendly to the obama administration all parroting the talking points to the american people.
>> we should say in the interest of accuracy it is true awful lot wasspent on the other side by the way by groups opposed to the iran deal and in the end they, of course, failed. plow shares said this about giving money to npr, quote: it is common practice for foundations to fund media coverage of under reported stories. fundings does not influence the coverage in any way. let's count the lies in that statement. of course funding effects the editorial coverage. it's insulting to suggest otherwise. the idea you fund it and don't care what the outcome is such an appalling lie. why should we stand here and sort of nod and pretend it's true it's not true. >> no, it's not true. it's offensive to the american people. we're not stupid. what is amazing here, too. you brought up a great point, that even with all of this sort of spin that the administration conducted in deal to the american people, the other side did also try to present the facts.
in the end support for the iran deal never really broke around the 25% number with the american people. still incredibly unpopular piece of diplomacy. and so the american people really saw how bad this deal is. you know, you can put a lot of lipstick on this pig but it's still ugly. the american people did not support the iran deal. the administration still pushed it through. order to get it to actually happen. >> that's right. never broke 25%. i didn't know that that's amazing number. who cares what voters think. rebekah thanks for joining us, we appreciate it. remember the chaos at the nevada democratic convention the other day? bernie sanders supporters claim the vote there was rigged and they are mad about it. their target? dnc chair woman debbie wasserman schultz of florida. we will tell why they are mad. the number of lyme disease cases has doubled since 1990. do you know how to protect yourself and your dogs? we have safety tips for you coming up ♪ glory days ♪ they will pass you by
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hi, everybody, i hope you are too long well. lyme disease awareness month. since the 1990s the number of cases have tripled in the united states with 300,000 diagnoses every year. >> that's scary. what do you need to know to protect your pets? outdoor survival expert has brought along brash. >> adorable. >> help us out this morning. how do we protect our home from keeping ticks away from our home. >> ticks are predators. when we go out in the wild and everybody says spend time in nature great for you mentally, spiritually, when you go out ticks are looking for you because they use our blood to help their system.
if you have a use gravel or wood chip so you can beat back away from the foliage. they will hang on to the back of the foliage wait for you or your dog to walk by. they cling on and if your dog or cat comes inside it's like a bus. brought the ticks right inside. protect your borders with things like that instead of the foliage. >> next, you say we need to dress defensively. in fact, material is special? >> it is it's from insect shield. it was originally designed like all cool technology we have for the military. it's registered by the epa. worked right into the clothing so. for mosquitoes ticks, flies, you put it on good for 70 washings they say. what's cool for me if you don't like the way i'm dressed go on insect shield.com, send them your clothes. they will treat them and send them back to you. little kids and can't size them right we know they are protective. >> we know about insect repellent. how about do we protect our pets? >> brash has one of the
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>> you all know the saying happy wife, happy life. one newly wed blogger says it's hot wife, happy wife. she is taking a the hough heat for those comments. she is here this hour to respond. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ chilling on the third row ♪ laid back like i'm george jones >> the paddle barring has begun. it's almost summer. >> we will be racing out there. we will see who is going to go in the drink because i imagine somebody may get pushed off american gladiator style. >> better not happen. bass pro shop is out here with outdoor event this morning. the real question is can you fish from a standup paddle board the answer is yes you can and you should. >> you have done this?
>> of course. >> is that a good way -- >> -- i guess get off the shoreline and get in the marsh area. >> it's a great way. i think you are stalling because we have your graduation pictures. it is graduation season. >> is that all you could find? >> i don't know. that's our young tucker carlson. >> that's a long time ago. >> holy smokes. >> you are so handsome. >> san francisco team boat beer. >> no, that is catamount porter and that is a wig,. >> of course root beer and a wig. >> oh my gosh. look at that. [sigh] >> anna kooiman, pride of north carolina, such a cute picture. >> glamour shot with the hands -- >> you should done ham a can. >> angelic. >> you're up. >> oshts, man. >> your turn. >> my turn? >> yeah. let's see.
>> whoa. >> nice car, nice wheels. >> my 89 ford escort. i was ready to hit the road and get out of there. >> why red by the way? does that suggest scholarship? >> no. that was like valedictorian? yeah, i was at the top. is your nose growing or is that true? >> no way. >> rick reichmuth is roughly my age. he is exactly my age. is he similar hair. rick, do we have your picture? >> i don't know. do we? do we? >> oh, yeah. >> so handsome. >> my buddy. you weren't born yet we had long hair back in the day. >> with duran, duran. >> your face turned night. >> did you say difference or pimps? [ laughter ] >> a lot of dimples and a lot of curls. >> looks like a spot perm.
>> it was curly. i don't get it well now that that's happened for everybody to see, going to talk a little bit about the weather. in fact, guys, it's warming up out here. i think this year instead of the great american "fox & friends" bass pro shops racing i do yacks it needs to be on the paddle board. get ready for that. nice start to the day for everybody in the country. troubles across areas of the northeast. storms across parts of the mid-atlantic. kind of a washout from d.c. to baltimore to philadelphia. and most of this is going to then stay kind of in that mid-atlantic. see some showers also late in the afternoon across the northeast. down in southeast florida more rain again at times especially in the after. we're going to see some storms fire in the afternoon across the panhandle of texas and oklahoma. some of those could be severe. mostly some strong winds and some hail. in across the northern plains, take a look at this. wisconsin, up of michigan, beautiful day, much of minnesota. really spectacular one. temperatures great and tons of sunshine. so it's going to feel like a
very nice start to summer there. and out across the west, really potent storm is bringing a lot of rain and more mountain snow across the area, and we will see that become our next severe weathermaker the next few days across the plains. back to you inside. >> thanks a million, rick. >> dimples or pimples. we need to get right to your news headlines at a minutes after the hour on a saturday morning. start with this one. a fox news alert. we are getting our first look at wreckage of egypt air flight 804. these images released by egyptian armed forces. life vests along with pieces of the plane. french investigators smoke discovered in multiple places on the plane before it crashed. showing coming from a bathroom near the cockpit. meanwhile, serve teams focusing on finding the black boxes hoping they will help to solve the mystery. families of the victims meeting with the french foreign ministry this morning. they have been assured that everything is being done to determine what happened. a standoff at the white house ending with gunfire.
>> police were around him with a gun, and i got really scared. the police started screaming at us like get out of here. get out of here. get on the floor. >> white house on lockdown for a lockdown friday while the agents tried to convince pennsylvania man jesse olivere to drop his gun. an officer force to do shoot him when he refused. he is now in the hospital and is not expected to survive. investigators found a toyota nearby with ammunition inside, and they believe it belongs to him. vice president joe biden was inside the white house. president obama was out golfing. this morning a major beef over apple pie. a fight breaking out inside a mcdonald's all caught on camera. [shouting] >> hey, hey. [screams] >> oh my lord. >> jesus. >> the fight between employees in south carolina sparked when one employee asked the other to make the apple pies. >> those are hard to make. i will tell you. put them in the microwave.
i don't know how to make them. clearly the woman didn't want to brawl. breaking out behind the counter and then they got dangerously close to the fryer. that could hurt. this all happened while co-workers were trying to break it up. leonardo decaprio award winning hypocrite. a list star taking a private jet from france to new york to accept environmental award and back to france at the event cannes film fest. sources close to decaprio says he didn't charter his own flight and he simply hitched rides to make it to all the events. so he carpooled so he was really worried about his carbon footprint. >> he buys carbon offset because is he still a better person than you are. >> he just announced is he going to take a wagon to his next event. >> stay home and do it by video conference, wouldn't that be better for the planet? >> well, donald trump was not on video conference yesterday in louisville, kentucky where he was on hand to accept the endorsement of the nra. we didn't know where the nra
would go during this campaign. of course, they sort of went back and forth on maybe what candidate they would support. in the end though it was donald trump stepping forward to put on the towel of the nra last night in louisville. listen. >> hillary wants to disarm vulnerable americans in high crime neighborhoods. whether it's a young, single mom in florida, or a grandmother in ohio, hillary wants them to be defenseless. wants to take away any chance they have of survival. that's why we're going to call her "h hillary." we can do it like that. somehow i like "crooked hillary" better. >> out of touch for someone who is surrounded by armed body guards telling people you don't have the right to defend themselves it is cruel. >> he has been suffering among women in polls nationally and making that line that, look, hillary wants to, you know, single moms who live in high crime
areas, hillary wants to not let you defend yourself. you know, grand mothers he referred to and high crime areas. hillary wants to take away your guns so you can't defend yourself. >> basically saying guns are the ultimate equalizer. for a lot of women who may think that guns are scary, he is sort of saying the opposite. look, guns can actually help you in some situations and that's why you want to be on my side of this and not hillary clinton's side of this. also, we are seeing him brand her heartless hillary. we have seen him brand her as crooked hillary. we are wondering if which one will stick or both of them. >> what is she doing with men. men have major problems with hillary. you never hear that. >> trump also before that crowd with the nra, thousands there saying that hillary clinton wants to abolish the second amendment and that she needs to come forward and say who her justice scalia replacement would be. >> meanwhile, democratic party leaders pushing for new convention guidelines, remember that chaos in
nevada last weekend. >> yeah. >> garrett tenney remembers it well. on the democratic party's solution to the problem. good morning, garrett. >> good morning, y'all, obviously the democratic party is trying to avoid a repeat of that that happened in nevada. yelling and storming the speakers at stage at one point and accusing the state party of maneuvering in favor of hillary clinton highlighted the discord within the democratic party. the backlash did not stop there though. the state party's offices were vandalized the next day and the state party chair woman has continue to do receive death threats like these since those events unfolded. >> i just wanted to let you know people like you should be hung in a public execution to show this world that we won't stand for this sort of corruption. >> you're a fascist [bleep] fascist [bleep] >> i was interested in your dictatorship. just had a few questions regarding how i need to vote
for the dictator in november, hillary. >> now, with roughly a dozen or so state party conventions with the upcoming national convention, yesterday democratic state party chairs met in philadelphia and proposed a new set of guidelines for the convention. the president of the association of state democratic party chairs ray buckley talked about those statements in a statement saying conventions should proceed without interruption or interference of any manner, including auditory or visual distraction. they also asked that the rules be given to the parties at least 48 hours in advance to both campaigns to help avoid any of these type of interruptions there were reportedly no audible protests guidelines. clear from the meetings the party is still a long ways from being united. we will see what kind of impact, if any, these guidelines have though next saturday during wyoming wants state convention. >> lots of luck. so message from the democratic party to its own
voters, shut up and obey. fall in line. >> they deserve this, they rigged the system for hillary, they put debbie wasserman schultz over the dnc. >> debates for a while. >> totally true. >> no one is watching television. put the debates so no one can see bernie sanders. >> this whole election is about what happens when you ignore voters on both sides on the democrats are dealing with it now. lots of luck. >> bernie supporters be quiet. don't speak up. coming up here on the show millennials just tied baby boomers as the largest voting group in america. bartenders is promising them lots of freeky-l stuff. >> tuition free. three months paid family and medical leave. a living wage 15 bucks an hour. >> but will those young -- but what will those young voters do if he doesn't get the nomination? we'll debate that next. >> then one police force says they will boycott beyonce's concert. they could be forced to patrol her show potentially. ♪ but they never take the
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ask is. welcome back, it's no secret bernie sanders has captured the youth vote and much of that success may be because of promises like this. >> tuition-free. >> three months paid family and medical leave. a living wage 15 bucks an hour. >> healthcare is a right of all people, not a privilege sanders movement based on free stuff has enthralled millennials. tied baby boomers. where will sanders go if he doesn't win the nomination?
senior advisor to were campaign and foster with free think media.com. chuck, start with you. will these voters actually get out? the old argument is yes, you can try to court the young voter but at the end of the day do they wake up and go out to the polls and actually pull the lever for a candidate? >> you know, i spent 25 years running campaign and it's been the achilles heel for me a long time. they show up at rallies and support the party about will they show up. they have shown up primaries. weanders has won every demographic throughout every one of these states. what you have said is the great unknown shows historically and data would prove they come out now. will they come bang and vote for somebody outside of bernie or sit it out? right now i think it's going to be a constant layered communication operation which will actually tell the day if that will happen or not. >> camille, you listen to the millennials, it doesn't
seem like fans of hillary clinton at all. donald trump has made the appeal if bernie sanders doesn't get the nomination they are coming over to me. do you buy that. >> the messages are similar. donald trump and bernie sanders are very much both populist. i'm not quite certain what happens to those voters in the event that bernie sanders will not win the nomination which he will not. i don't think most of them are actually going to transition over to trump. trump has very high negatives. the only person who has nearly as many negatives as he does is north korea. i suspect what you will see is a lot of those millennials will stay home. there ask not a great deal of enenthusiasm with the hillary clinton campaign at this point. once bernie sanders is actually out of the race you will are seeing so much palpable vitriol aimed at the democratic establishment as they see it i just don't see how those voters transition over to the main branch of the party unless g%ey're able to stoke sufficient fear that donald trump is, in fact, the worst possible thing that could happen. this may be a boone for a
third party candidate. somebody like derry johnson could come in with a message with millennial voters and pick them off. >> chuck, what do you think about that. >> i think camille head it on the head about something. people are sick and tired of being sick and tired. gary johnson talks openly about legalizing marijuana and talks about some things millennials do care about. millennials reminding us it's okay to dream and think about how what is possible. and how when we come together. key don't talk disparagely will anybody because of the color of the skin and i think that's possible. that's what you see with the enthusiasm for bernie. if they show up, i think they will make the biggest difference. as you just said they speak to each other in a whole different way than older folk does through social media and through the internet. they are constantly communicating. that's what makes this generation of millennials different. >> opening up our hearts, listening, they are not disparaging other individuals. yet, at the heart of this argument is this idea of free stuff, that bernie sanders just wants to give free tuition, raise the
minimum wage, all of these things. do you buy that argument? >> i certainly don't buy the argument that he can do this there is nothing free and everything has to be paid for. quite astonishing will that bernie sanders can sell anything in the name while we are watching the slow motion destruction, deterioration of the nation of venezuela very prosperous and but for socialism might still be prosperous. bernie sanders policy proposals are, in fact, a pathway for ruin in this country and pity more voters don't understand that see if you can get those millennials out of bed in the morning. the band that watch their audience get massacred by islamic extremists during the paris attacks in trouble for not being welcoming enough to muslims at their concerts. details on that straight ahead. forget happy wife happy life. our next guest, a woman, says the saying should be hot wife, happy life. and she is taking a lot of heat for it she is here to
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quick look at head lions money edition. bernie sanders has about 6 million bucks in the bank that's a shortage compared to hillary clinton who still has $30 million in the back. david hasselhoff claims to have 4,000 to do so his name. he is in a heated spousal support war and says he doesn't even have enough cash to pay his ex-wife. she claims he is worth $120 million. >> set up a go fund me. >> some disparity.
>> i am sure you have heard happy life to happy life. one woman says the key to happy marriage is staying hot. i see the look on my husband's face when i come out of the bathroom the way he checks out my butt on the way to pay late class. having attractive wife makes him happy. i'm happiest when my husband is happy. >> that writer is taking a lot of heat for that advice. newly wed amanda lauren joins you now. what are some of the things people are saying to you online? >> people are just so mean and they are bullying me and they're writing takedown pieces. people say i'm not a feminist or i'm setting women back 30 years or i have offended them because i said that you need to be a certain size, do something specific to be hot or look a
certain way which is frankly just not true. >> well, i mean, look, there are a lot of unhappy single bloggers with cats who throw this stuff out but any normal person knows romance is at the heart of marriage. that's why the spouse is different from your roommate. why is it so crazy to note that? >> i have no idea. i have absolutely no idea. we all do things that make our partners happy. for me it's, you know, trying to look a certain way. for other, you know, for other people maybe it's gardening, maybe it's taking out the garbage. maybe it's cooking. this is what works for my marriage. and the title of the article was staying hot for my husband is essential for a good marriage. i'm not telling anyone what to do or how to live their life. >> hot can mean different things, right? it doesn't have to necessarily be about your butt looking good. >> oh my god.
no. >> all that helps. >> that could be hot. >> you know what attractiveness is in the eye of the beholder. >> right. >> and, you know that was not what i -- that's not what i was saying at all. >> we have some reader comments we want to get you to respond to them. here is a writer. >> oh, wow. >> beth cone kramer writes this, this works both ways if a husband does not care about his appearance or shows his wife no respect the same result is to be expected. what do you make of that? >> >> okay, well, everyone -- because my husband is very much average guy, you know, i finally got him to use pom aid and wear shirts without stains on them, i'm kidding, that's taking it too far. if you've decided that appearance is a priority, it does work both ways. but, you know. >> hold on. >> i love my husband no matter what he looks like.
>> you know what this is about unhappy feminist enraged by the idea that a woman would do anything to make her husband happy because it somehow diminishes her as a woman, et cetera, et cetera. in a functional marriage don't both people do all they can to make their spouses happy? isn't that the whole point? >> well, you hit the nail on the head there. because my husband does so many things to make me happy, and truthfully, my husband loves me no matter what i look like. but, i like to look special for myself. it makes me feel good. i like to look special for him and then we're all happy. but it is certainly not the only thing that i do. >> when you look good and feel good and you feel good for your husband and it makes the whole thing go around and keep things saucy i think is what you are trying to say. >> exactly. >> danielle writes in when newlyweds give marriage advice as though they are experienced and those of us
with 10 years of mort quage and three kids that are inexperienced and don't know how to make a marriage work. trust me, physical appearance is the least of your concerns after the honeymoon. what do you say that to that? you are a newly wed and cut the cake do you have a leg to stand on? >> my mother is over the age of 60, gets cat calls. i have older sisters they have three kids they are still looking pretty hot. so you do what works for you and i will do what works for me. >> we're going to do a segment with the ladies of your family at some point. i hope you'll all come back. great to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> have a great weekend. >> thank you for joining us. >> let us know what you think about this. go to our facebook page. weigh in on the comment thread on ff weekend. right there it is on the bottom of your screen. >> coming up next, she came under fire for her anti-place display at the super bowl. one police being force to do patrol beyonce's show. got details on that coming
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welcome back to "fox & friends." we like to celebrate here on this show. >> this day feels dierent from all other days ♪ has been birthday to you ♪ happy birthday to you happy birthday rick reichmuth ♪ happy birthday to you. >> his dad is on the phone. good morning. >> hello. >> dad, why did they wake you up so early? >> well, do it for rick. >> that's so nice. >> thank you. >> dad, do you have a special message for your son >> well, i certainly wish him a wonderful new year in the coming year, 47th. he has been a great son. >> how old? >> pardon? >> i don't believe he is 47. owe doesn't look it. you don't look it that just doesn't add up with all respect, mr. reichmuth. >> well, that's true i guess
so. >> my dad is one of the best looking men around. and he does not look his age at all. so hopefully, i have those genes to hang on to. >> bob, earlier on the show we showed rick's graduation picture. what was he like growing up? was he in getting in trouble was he an athlete? was he hiking? was he into music. >> he was a very good kid growing up. he had paper route. i helped him occasionally to get time with him. no, he was just fantastic kid. >> did you ever say to him, quote, get a hair cut you hippy freak? >> no. he was never that bad. it was just a certain occasion. small little period of his life. and he still looks good. >> the funny part is that my dad is a barber. my dad has been a barber in our hometown since 1960. bob's barbershop.
>> that's why you were rebelling. >> that's why. i'm sure that was part of it, yeah. best barber in town still there bob's barbershop. >> bob, we're sorry that we woke you up so early but we had to do it to wish rick a happy birthday. >> i'm glad you did. this is real special. >> love you dad. talk to you later. >> 4:00 in the morning. >> i have been trying not to look at you all morning, rick so i wouldn't let the cat out of the bag. happy birthday from all of us. >> happy birthday, rick. >> thank you very, very much. >> i thought it was because he has been lifting weights. >> he looks good. >> looking fantastic. >> 36 minutes after the hour. stories making headlines at this hour. hunt intensified for the killer of a fitness instructor inside a church. the owner is not necessarily a suspect but police want to know if they saw anything that could help the investigation. the car pulled into a sporting goods parking lot
2:00 a.m. half mile down from the church where missy bevers where the woman was found dead. two hours later the killer was seen wearing police swat gear walking into the church carrying what appears to be a hammer before the murder. >> under attack for anti-muslim comments. ♪ ♪ >> the eagles of death metal have been kicked out of two french music festivals for comments made by the lead singer jesse hughes. he says he saw tears at the bataclan theater the night of the attack and saw muslims celebrating in the streets. the festivals say they are in, quote, disagreement with his comments. pittsburgh police are furious over having to work upcoming beyonce concert ♪ i like my negro nose
>> police union force to do work due to a lack of volunteers. officers upset over the singer's anti-cop lyrics in album. police union says it's a violation of their contract to threaten them with disciplinary action if they don't work the event. they plan to file unfair labor practice charge. high school student watches her stolen car on television crash violently in intersection. send abby randal this dash cam video. she later confirmed it was hers. >> oh my god, that's my car. and then when i came downstairs in the morning my parents are watching it on the news. my dad said the battery had gone through the dashboard and sitting on top of the wheel. >> abby says she is happy nobody got hurt. her car on the other hand totaled as you saw those pictures. >> >> once again for a look at bass pro shops. >> yeah, today bass pro shops kicks off go outdoors
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smell. have they gotten better. >> they used to have cork insoles and now we have special insoles in here. they will dry out really quick and you don't have to have funky feet. >> i'm glad it's gotten better. shirts and t-shirts. >> ts and polos. 10 bucks go. outdoors in these and experience a great deal. it's great. >> shorts? >> shorts from redhead. under $20. and these are 25 bucks right here if you want to get a little fancier. these are waterproof to a certain extent. it's really great. our life vests right here. coast guard approved is what i really want to enforce on these right here. they are great because you go to a lot of places and our boys and girls on the water that coast guard approved that it's really special. >> you want to have a certain level of that all right. here is another life jacket? >> yep. another levee jacket right here under $50.
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see car insurance in a whole new light. liberty mutual insurance. en. >> freedom isn't free. that's the message one public school teacher has in response to florida's new pledge of allegiance law. starting july 11th, school districts in the state must make it clear it's within a student's right not to stand for or to say the pledge of allegiance. atheists have launched the campaign to make sure schools are complying. previously students were allowed to abstain from saying the pledge with a note from parent. teachers would still have to stand. here to react is florida school teacher zachery -- great to see you this morning. all the problems besetting america and so many i'm not going to begin to list, why the atheists believe stay
saying the pledge of allegiance is such a massive problem in this country? >> i think that it's a threat to their belief system, but, actually, the pledge of allegiance goats back to a hundreds of years ago. it went on to where the pledge was extended to be more applicable to school children and they wanted them to understand that they needed to go ahead and honor our country. >> yes. >> then in 1954, the words under god were actually put into the pledge and that was instituted by the dar and the sar, which are the daughters of the revolution and the sons of the revolution. then the knights of columbus put it in their pledge as well. >> why is this so significant to you as a teacher? >> as a teacher, i believe that students need to show respect for our country. there are thousands of men and women who have given
their life for these kids to have the freedom that they have now in our great nation. >> so, we're importing millions upon millions of immigrants among other countries to our country and they are sending their children to public schools. isn't it important to teach them what this country stands for, to prick them in to our common american culture and isn't the pledge part of the way that we do that? >> by all means. i mean, we need to show respect for our country. and i feel that our freedom as americans are -- we have to fight for it now. in our own country. which, to me, is deplorable. >> it is. well, here is a letter from the american atheists on how they are keeping an eye on schools in florida. we will request a copy of your district student handbook to verify compliance with florida's law. teachers in the school have no authority to question the reasons or motives if students don't wish to participate in the pledge ritual it is their constitutional right. how do you respond to that?
>> well, actually, this has been brought up several times through history as far as it being constitutional right to stand or not to stand for the pledge and to say or not to say the pledge but, actually, all of that has been null and void because they have proven that it is constitutional to stand for the pledge. >> do you remember, i mean, you have lived in this country for a while. do you remember the idea that people can kind of be left alone to have their own beliefs and do their own thing. if you are an atheist i won't bother you but you don't bother me. when did everybody get so intent the atheists in this case in imposing the views on the rest of us. you have noticed this. >> i have noticed great deal of it especially in the last 10 years. there has been so much more imposition on our freedom and on our constitutional rights as well as, you know, our traditions. american traditions now are getting put on the wayside and the respect for our
country very much is on the wayside now. >> how decadent is that? how decadent to attack the country that makes this conversation possible in the first place. debbie, thanks a lot for joining us, you are a credit to teachers and it's great to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> coming up: they are supposed to help the police. this body cam footage shows some officers becoming the victims of it former nypd detective bo dealings is here to react at the top of the hour with his views. we have been showing you graduation pictures all morning. there is particularly embarrassing one. here is one of our next guests cheryl casone, whoa, the top five jobs for graduates who want to get out of debt once they get out of school. don't miss that segment. ♪ working for a living ♪ living and working ♪ i'm working for a living ♪ ♪
first lady just announcing brand new nutrition labels. calories will be listed in bigger and bolder fonts. there will be a new line for added sugars. and it's the opposite of what we have heard before, but eating too little salt could increase your risk of having a heart attack. a new study finds regardless of whether people have high blood pressure, low salt intake is link to do greater chance of heart attack and stroke. bring on the soy sauce and the jumbo pretzels for me. >> not a surprise. >> today's graduates facing much different challenges than those in the past like this guy. the word is debt. americans owe more than $1.2 trillion in student loans, about 30 grand per
graduate. that's credit card debt way more. >> can we get off my ugly picture? my eyes are closed. >> you are valedictorian picture. good news is this is the strongest job market in years. here with some of the best jobs is fox business network cheryl casone author of "the come back, how moms enter the work place successfully." >> put your picture up talk about student debt, clated. anything you want to share. >> i had a lot of student dent and credit card debt and took years to pay it off. it's a problem. >> kids are really suffering now. i saw a lot of the graduates walking around in new york city yesterday all i could think about in the back of my mind is those kids have so much debt right now. they need to go get a job. >> we have a picture of a graduate here. i think it's a young cheryl casone. that young graduate have a lot of debt. >> did i not have a job when that picture was taken. absolutely not. it took me throw months to go out and find what i was going to do eventually. it's hard out there. >> hottest job market for years for these students.
we have been talking for years that kids can't find jobs it's shifting now. >> actually, this is the best year for college grads to find a job since the great recession. the news is actually better. companies are going to hire about 5% more grads this year than they did last year. still, the problem is they are lower paying jobs and a lot of it part time and competing with last year's grawts graduates still trying to find work. not a perfect scenario but better than it was. >> good jobs with benefits that do pay? >> great list of the top jobs that are paying this year. and salaries are pretty impressive. first one is data scientists. now, you need a science degree for this or a computer science degree even better and some knowledge of coding and software. but this -- the average salary $116,000 this is a great job. i have another one hr manager. this may not sound fun. actually very well paying job and companies are investing in employees average salary 85 grand. you need a business degree but working with cap. this one i liked as well
marketing manager. this is good for kids. this is actually developing social media content. you need a business degree as well. but you are managing products and events and companies really want their social media skills in their new hires. >> facebook tiding. youtube advertising. >> they want that as well. finance manager is another one. you need a business degree or finance degree as well. bachelor's. nurse practitioner. this is my last one from glassdoor, you do need a master's degree in nursing. with healthcare the way that it's changed so much under obamacare, this is one of the most popular jobs. >> you can work literally anywhere. your book is awesome and it speaks to real need in this country and i'm glad you wrote it i hope everyone reads it? >> thank you so much, tucker. a lot of moms and kids need jobs right now. >> the "the come back, moms reentering the work place."
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survival. that's why we're going to call her "heartless hillary." >> heartless hillary, the two of them face off in the general election. give you the latest in the state of play in the presidential race. >> and it's the video the internet is going wild for. >> this is worth every penny! [ laughter ] >> that's right. the story behind the mom and the chewbacca mask now seen by millions. i agree, it's fantastic. she is going to join us live this hour because "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> from chewbacca to fly fishing and paddle boarding. bass pro shop is live on the plaza this morning. also, we are celebrating the armed forces day with a big performance from the west point rock band. >> yes, this is a west point rock band and they are
pretty awesome. >> literally i didn't know. i thought it was you in the bathroom. i heard somebody down the hallway singing. i thought wow, somebody has a beautiful voice. >> that's my singing bubble bubble -- double. >> you saw some high school photos from graduation. we bring you another. this was sent to us by a friend of the show. we asked you who it is, who is this man? not one of the village people. it's one of our more enper very sent friends bo dealings. >> come on down. is that photo when you used to work the gondolas in venice? >> nice to see you. >> you worked on the world trade center. >> as an iron worker. >> yeah. >> that's unbelievable. we think of you as heavily armed expert on security. >> there was no roids there. all pushups, pull-ups. we were national champions with the physical fitness team. we used to do four hours a
day pushups, pull-ups. no roidtation in the body. >> we didn't have roids then. >> endorsement by the national rifle association of republican presidentialenning presumptive presidential nominee donald trump. here is donald yesterday in louisville, kentucky getting this mantel handed over to him. watch. >> hillary wants to disarm vulnerable americans in high crime neighborhoods, whether it's a young single mom in florida or a grandmother in ohio, hillary wants them to be defenseless. wants to take away any chance they have of survival. that's why we're going to call her "heartless hillary," we did k. do without that somehow i like crooked hillary better. >> the clinton campaign quick to pounce and point out he has waffled in his positions over the years. he used to be in favor of assault weapons ban.
he wrote about it in his book. do you think this is going to help him in the general? >> look what he is running against waffle. she has flipped on every issue. she will tell you whatever you want to hear to get elected. what this does is i think it makes it more solid. all the right wingers, all the people who were against trump now i think it brings the group together. i have been on the trump bandwagon from the beginning. i know him 40 years, has he said things and changed? yeah. what is he learning as is he going along. look at the two candidates. is he someone that gets things done. i know him for 40 years. he gets things done. whatever you say about donald trump, he is going to make this place of america a lot better than it is today. >> what about all of the nicknames? it worked in leading up to this in the primary with lyin' ted and little marco and crooked hillary and now heartless hillary. >> he is ready right off the cuff. the whole campaign was he said things that if he didn't say those things he wouldn't be the nehemiah right -- nominee right now.
he is going to be the one become the president. have the best people around them and we will will find out how to straighten out the economics of the country and security of the country. who better to lead than a guy who gets things done or four more years of what we have got now? that's all it's going to be business as usual. i want to change. i would rather try donald trump than have hillary clinton. >> we just played donald trump's view of the second amendment. here is hillary clinton on guns. listen. >> we have got to do a better job sort of dealing with the gun culture and dealing with the kinds of attitudes we are now seeing where people reach for guns to solve their problems. and it's never solved anybody's problems. it's only made more heart break and blood shed. >> so, bo, if guns have never soldier anyone's problems as she just said, why is she surrounded by a massive group of taxpayer
funded armed body guards? >> also, some of our cities with the tightest gun control laws, chicago, baltimore, have the highest murder with illegal guns. illegal guns are on the street. >> why shouldn't politicians have to live by the same gun control standards they espouse? they are disarming a population, why -- >> -- you know what else i tell hillary? take the secret service with the guns away from you, miller, and go have a couple more office gentleman around you with a gun. this is the facts of the life. i carry a gun all the time. guy to the store i have a gun. i have a right to carry that gun. if i see someone robbing somebody or trying to hurt somebody, i will take action. i don't believe these gun-free zones like what happened in san bernardino there, if we had a couple guys there who were armed, -- they wouldn't be able to kill and get that body count because you have seen how it's changed with the new york city police department. it's no nor oostage negotiations because we know what we are dealing with. if it's a terrorist it's
body count. you have got to get in and take that person out before they kill more people. >> donald trump this week was criticized for labeling the egyptair crash terrorism before all the facts were in. hillary clinton came out and slammed trump of course on his so-called muslim ban. let's listen to hillary clinton and get your reaction. >> when he says bar all muslims from coming to the united states, that sends a signal to majority muslim nations, many of whom we have to work with in order to defeat terrorism. it sends a message of disrespect and it sends a message that makes the situation inside those countries more difficult. >> sole your take on donald trump labeling the egyptair crash terrorism? >> my feeling on it, whatever it turns out to be, it brings awareness. the acareness to the fact that the other egyptian airline that was taken down with the bomb, the russian airlineer that they admit to do three weeks later, whatever. we have to tighten up our security. if it brings our attention to it, it is. we have a problem with
terrorism. just speak to the families whose heads are being chopped off put on fences, the christians in the middle east. what we have to do is we have to be aware. we can't become complacent because it's going to happen. tighten up the security whether it's a bomb on that plane or whether it was malfunction, it brings the attention that we have tighten our security. people working in these airports, i don't know what their beliefs are. outside the de gaulle airport, muslims came from syria with passports. i don't know who is working in the airports. >> hillary clinton's contention is they are a threat to us, they hate the west because we're intolerant. it's our fault and if only people like trump would stop saying mean things about muslims they would stop attacking. do you buy that? >> why don't we ask those 20 gentlemen, christians on their knees when they got their heads taken off over there on the mediterranean on the name of allah cut their heads off. we have a war going on here.
we have got to get the moderate muslims to come forward and understand. we have to be against the radical muslims. i'm not against muslims. i'm against people that don't want me to coexist and people that want to say well, if you don't coexist with us, we kill you. no. we have got to live together. the world has a lot of muslims. i want muslims to be friend, if you are jewish, you are christian, whatever you are, i want us all to try to get together. the only way to deal with that is say the facts of what they're. you have radical muslims. until we know what's coming into our country, i agree with donald you should stop all immigration until we know what the heck we have got coming in the country. and then we have got to understand what's in our country and take out the people that want to see us die. okay? because everybody wants to stand here oh, you can't say that politically correct. hey, i was around 9/11. the picture of me down there by the world trade center, that was the original world trade center. i went down there that day. 3,000 americans were killed. people forget real quick did. they care about americans? we have got to get to the source of what's driving it
and try to even it out so we can all get along. >> bo dietl. >> thank you. >> former iron worker. >> also a lab borer, too. >> i didn't know that. >> i was like a slave. i was a laborer first and i promoted up to iron worker. as a labor borer you worked hard. >> some day i would like to know how you got in that union. >> now we know what's under the suit. >> ralph scopo organized crime guy got me in. >> rob, if you are watching, we want to hear from you. >> thanks so much. >> we are following other stories making headlines 10 minutes after the hour on a saturday morning. this is a fox news alert. we are getting first look at wreckage from egypt air flight 804. images just released by the egyptian military. life jackets heavily damaged. parts of a plane and scraps of cloth possibly from a blanket. investigators also confirming smoke was detected in multiple places on the plane just before it crashed. the smoke coming from a
bathroom near the cockpit. meanwhile, search teams focusing on finding the black boxes, hoping that will help to solve the mystery. families of the victims meeting with the french foreign ministry this morning and they have been assured that everything is being done to try to determine what on earth happened. order now restored at the white house are a shots were fired yesterday. police were around him with a gun and i got really scared. the police started screaming at us like get out of here! get out of here. get to the floor. >> the white house going into lockdown while secret service agents force to do shoot a man who pulled out a gun. he is not expected to survive. investigators also finding a toyota nearby full of ammunition. vice president joe biden was inside the white house at the time president obama was out playing golf. alan young also known as wilbur, the friends of the talking horse, mr. ed, has passed away. >> like the morris code?
>> yeah, only ours is a horse code. >> do you really think you could teach me enough to talk to lady sue? >> three lessons from me, wilbur, and you will be growing a tail. >> the beloved 96-year-old actor passing away of natural causes in his california home. he was known for hosting the alan young show. he went on to be a voice actor portraying scrooge mcduck. those are your news headlines. >> thanks a million, anna. >> rick reichmuth standing by with a forecast outside. >> we have a nice crowd out here. do you want to kayak with us later on? >> sure, absolutely. >> you are going to race clayton. >> i can beat him. >> clayton, he knows you. hey, let's take a look at the weather maps as you are waking up this morning. here are your temps, 62 degrees for when clayton falls in the water in new york city. it's going to be warming up a lot. we have had this storm that we're dealing with across parts of the mid-atlantic. it's going to plague a lot of the area today.
the preakness running this afternoon. it looks like it's going to be bit of a washout, unfortunately. don't worry, we will warm up across the east and we will cool down across areas of the west as we have this system we have been dealing with bringing severe weather today and tomorrow across the plains. all right, guys. we will send it back to you inside. >> thanks, rick. >> all right. coming up here on the show: >> democrats lashing out about what they call a rigged primary election. >> i just wanted to let you know that people like you should be hung in a public execution to show this world that we won't stand for this sort of corruption. >> well, that's the voice of voter discontent. the democratic party may now change the rules to make people like that be quiet and accept hillary clinton. we're live from washington with the details. >> plus, a scuba scare, one diver has a really really close call with a school of sharks. he tells us how he survived when he joins us live straight ahead ♪ we'll make it i swear ♪ oh, living on a prayer
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most common side-affect is nausea. i did it. i quit smoking. ask your doctor if chantix is right for you. hi, everyone, democrats considering changing the rules for the national convention to curb chaos like we saw last weekend in nevada. >> garrett tenney is in washington, d.c. with the very latest on these rules being switched around. hey, garrett. >> tucker, anna, and clayton, good morning. democratic party leaders are preach ago united party but they would be happy with at least the appearance of it. the divide though was on full display last week in nevada state convention. you will remember the scenes of sanders' supporters yelling at speakers, storming the stage and accusing the state party of
maneuvering in favor of hillary clinton. it didn't stop there though. the next day the state party's offices were vandalized and the state party chair woman has continue to do receive death threats ever since last weekend. listen to a few of those that were left on her voice mail. >> i just wanted to let you know that people like you should be hung in a public execution to show this world that we won't stand for this sort of corruption. >> you're a fascist [bleep]. fascist [bleep] >> i was interested in your dictatorship. just had a few questions regarding how i need to vote for the dictator in notified, hillary. >> and the democratic party is trying to avoid a repeat of that chaos at the dozen or so state party conventions that are remaining and especially at the party's national convention. yesterday, state party chairs met in philadelphia and proposed a new set of guidelines for those conventions which they hope will help. such as having senior staff
members of both campaigns on site and having the campaigns in dnc chair in the cost of additional security that is required at the events. the president of the group said in a statement interruption or interference of any manner, including auditory or visual distractions should be not taking place. we will see how those new guidelines play out though next saturday during wyoming's democratic state convention. >> holy smokes that will be amazing. >> a shootout. >> i was reading online some sanders supporters are starting to hate debbie wasserman schultz as much as donald trump. >> i wonder why the system is rigged? oh, because it is. [ laughter ] paranoids do have enemies. >> coming up on the show, al gore said global warming would be inconvenient truth for everyone. what's he saying about his movie 10 years later? is it 10 years? holy smokes. >> do you know something weird about this picture? editorial meeting for major
welcome back, a quick look at your headlines now, 23 minutes past the hour. not going quietly. the accused kalamazoo out of the courtroom. accused of going on a deadly rampage back in january trying to jump out of his seat, leading to the outburst that left the woman on the witness stand in tears. dalton has been ordered to stand trial. more security changes may be on the way for the tsa in the wake of the egyptair crash. more agents are expected to be added to alleviate passenger wait times this
summer. the agency already adding 800 additional workers in the coming months. the tsa under fire for those long lines and enraged fliers missing their flights. remember that from chicago couple weeks snag jauch. tucker and anna. >> thanks a lot, clayton. well, a fun family outing, the proverbial three hour tour turns into a nightmare on the high seas. take a look at this. scuba diver randy got separated from dive boat and almost became lunch for sharks circling below. >> he had a go pro and caught the whole thing. 68-year-old lived to tell the horrifying tale. the supervisor reansd joins randy joins us with his tale of survival. is that really me? >> it was fun. >> you were down below and dropped bottom, somehow when you come back up the boat was missing because it had become free? >> the line on the jug had
evidently broken. when i got to the surface, i spun around and no boat. there was -- couldn't even see a boat. and i tried -- kept trying to kick up on the waves to find the boat. i realized that at that point probably the line had broken and so i just sort of decided i was going to wade it out. i took my dive bag and handle of my spear gun held it up and waited for the boat to come find me. >> vow no boat, you're in the middle of the ocean, and there are huge sharks circling below. how much more profound did your religious faith become during those minutes? >> well, right then, i was too busy to really be concerned about it but did i say a prayer at the end whenever i saw the boat that came and picked me up. >> what was your plan? these sharks are circling you. were you going to fight them off? what were you thinking? >> well, the first shark that showed up was about five minutes after i hit the surface.
and so i was watching him a little bit. after that after i had been on the surface for about 20 or 30 minutes a boat pulled up nearby. so i decided i was going to try to swim over to it and so i kicked on my back and started swimming towards it. and periodically looking down, just checking out where the shark was. after a while i got kind of tired so i said i'm not going to worry about the shark. i'm just going to swim. and about that time the shark came up and kind of nudged me a little bit with one of its pectoral fines. maybe i need to spend a little more time watching him. well, after about an hour and 15 minutes, a second shark showed up and started circling as well. so, i got a little more concerned at that point. >> randy, i think a lot of our viewers can relate to this, going on these excursions whether you are out on a cruise or staying resort off the coast of florida, whatever, you are with a big group. but to be there by yourself, how worried were you that you were going to be lunch before you were able to get to a boat or a boat was able
to get to you? >> well, these sharks really aren't that aggressive, the longer i was there the one shocker got bolder and bolder and he kept getting closer and closer. that got a little bit. when the second shark showed up, i was a little more concerned that there would be -- i didn't want to be a tug-of-war between the two of them if they got, you know, start to do get competitive. that's when i got a little more concerned. >> you are a master of under statement. if a is that right that nudges you isn't that aggressive? i wouldn't want to see aggressive. randy, you are a brave man and lucky one. thanks for joining us. great to see you. >> thank you. >> my heart would have been jumping out of my chest. >> that's unbelievable. coming up, the never trump movement floated mark cuban's name as a third party candidate as a true conservative and, yet, cuban says he would be happy to be hillary clinton's vice president. whoa. we have got details. then the force is strong with this viral individualio. >> this is worth every penny. >> the story behind the mom
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and the future starts now. the future is today. >> what's on store? so you woke up at like 5:00 in the morning. you are used to getting up early. this is nothing nothing for you guys. what do you have in store for the rest of the day. >> for the rest of the day celebrating the graduating class of 2016. separate those guys. we want to make it all about them at west point at the academy. >> how do you sound so fantastic at 4:00 in the morning. down the hallway you were waking us up. you sound fantastic. >> you get a taste of our life. 4:00 in the morning we get the bugle call. we make sure you are ready to go. >> round of applause for these guys. [. [ applause ] >> tucker likes to serenade us before the show. sorry i let the cat out of wag and anna, too. >> actually, i really do. all right, clayton, thank you so much. we are easing everybody out of bed this morning. what a great patriotic scene. #proud american. we are following news this morning. starting with this headline. the most notorious drug lord
in the world is closer to coming to america. mexico has approved the extradition of el chapo after they guaranteed we -- he would not face the death penalty. his lawyers have chance to appeal it could be weeks or months before he ends up on the other side of the border. new team for mark cuban? he says is he absolutely open to being hillary clinton's running mate on the democratic ticket. >> if she is willing to listen. if she is willing to hear other sides of things, then i'm wide open to discussing it. >> cuban says clinton would have to move more to the center on some issues but would like to be able to throw bombs at trump. the never trump movement already approached cuban about running as a third par candidate to stop trump. >> here is inconvenient truth al gore's release on
global warming he now says he got it all wrong [crying] [ laughter ] >> you're probably wondering why your ice cream went away. well, suzie, the isn't foreigners it's global warming. >> instead of denouncing what some say are the film's failed predictions, gore says it didn't go far enough and actually under estimated the global warming threat as the greatest challenge facing mankind. the film won the former democratic presidential nominee two oscars. and notice anything odd about this picture? the huffington post executive editor posted it attempting to point out all the women working. twitter users noted something else tommy wrote you mean the lack of diversity? smitty saying this that it's whiter than a polar bear eating vanilla ice cream in a blizzard. needless to say those weren't the responses the huffington post wasn't looking for.
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of the legendary model after the raiser b 3 was released back in 2004, over 130 million phones were sold in total. the big unveil will be on june theth. tucker, i wonder when they will bring back the morris. >> i heard the new fax machine is awesome. thank you, anna. well, the presidential race is in full force and, of course, getting more intense by the day. the contest between donald trump and hillary clinton most likely. what do voters think of all of this? bunch of new ads on the air. lee carter knows the answer. she is a pollster. a frequent guest on the show. seen on the spot. we will go through them with her. great to see you, lee. >> great to see you, too. >> here is a pro-trump ad, watch. >> i would get rid of the
attack on our second amendment because that's what obama is doing when he does that i would very, very strongly get rid of the attack on the border. we have a border that's like a piece of swiss cheese. people are pouring through.
that border will be the single first thing i do and we will work on all these executive orders and the bad ones of which that's mostly what you have, will be terminated immediately my first day in office. >> is that an ad? because it's obviously extemporaneous. we had some elicit preposition use in that ad. it's not scripted, clearly. >> it's an ad that he has online. republicans, i don't know if you saw that line, almost appeared it was so high. they gave him an a. independents gave him a b. democrats not surprisingly gave him an f. so many people are criticizing him saying what is he really going to do and what are his policies. we talked to voters look is he very clear what he is going to do. we know
what he he is going to do on day one, it's great, is he strong. decisive. might be short on details but people have responded to it. >> have you ever released a campaign ad someone just riffing on camera like that. >> no. >> it's so different. here is anti-trump ad.
watch. >> donald trump tells us that he is very, very smart. i'm afraid when it comes to foreign policy he is very, very not smart. >> he would be a chaos president. >> donald trump's foreign policy isolationism will lead to another 9/11. >> everything in donald's world is about donald. >> it's time to set aside bullying, to set aside belittlement. >> he runs on this idea that he is fighting for the little guy, but he has spent his entire career sticking it to the little guy. >> he doesn't speak for the republican party. >> we want to bring unity to the republican party. we have to bring unity. >> so, all during the campaign we kept saying if he gets the nomination they will use the attacks of his opponents against him and of course that's what we are watching there. >> you saw all throughout the republicans were not responding to the attacks the democrats. were as soon as donald trump started speaking, the dials for the republican antenna went up.
it totally back fires with the audience he is trying to reach. listen, independents, come on over. and it just didn't work. they just -- it back fired. so they gave it a c. and then democrats thought it was a great ad. a great attack. it didn't move people. >> moved people who were already moved. >> exactly. >> they are already there they
already read "the new yorker." another one went on tax returns. watch this. >> do the tax returns when obama does his birth certificate. >> the state of hawaii released my official long form birth certificate. [ buzzer ] >> if i decide to run for office, i'll produce my tax returns, absolutely. >> i am officially running for president of the united states. [ buzzer ] >> getting any closer to releasing your tax returns? >> well, i'm thinking about it. >> i can't do it until the audit is finished. >> the audit is no excuse. the irs has made it very clear audit does not bar a public release. it is entirely your choice.
♪ >> it's none of your business. >> message -- does not approve. actually, it's kind of a good ad because it does tell a story. is it working? >> it works really really well with democrats. can you see at the end it spiked they agreed with it they gave it an a. independents and republicans gave it a d. it's just not something that really matters to these folks. that issue of trust in donald trump he has much more trust than hillary clinton. the latest polls you see 15%
higher trust ratings of donald trump than hillary clinton. and so her going after him as somebody you can't trust is a little bit dangerous because it can totally back fire. >> so interesting, it drives the left bonkers an confuses many on the republican institutional right that people trust this guy but they do. >> they do, it's so confusing because trump is so hard to take down. i have never seen anything like it. he has had more attack ads come at him. it doesn't resonate the way
any other attack its have ever seen before. fascinating. >> i saw you last night. you are just the iron woman of cable news. great to see you this morning. >> great to see you too. >> thanks. >> donald trump says he loves hispanics. the hispanics love him back? new fox news latino polls and how the race shapes up with that group coming up. and the force is strong with this mom. >> this is worth every penny! >> if you signed on to facebook this morning, may have seen her in your feed. but you only see her live here on "fox & friends weekend." not surprisingly the show that gets the guests you want to see. stay tuned. ♪ [star wars theme song] tal [chewbacca]
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hay everybody. we're gonna have a big old tiem with this. a video the internet is going wild over. >> i'm really excited to share with you something i got. okay here we go. yes. [ laughter ] oh i'm such a happy chewbacca. this is worth every penn. >> this video of this hilarious mother of two has now gone viral. listen to this. it's broken the record for the most watched video on facebook ever with over 91 million views. joining us now the mom from that video, candice.
i had no idea a "star wars" mask could so much joy. where did you get the mast. >> i got it at kohls. i love it. it was on clearance even. >> what wheled you to make this video in the first place. i'm a stay-at-home mom and to be honest sometimes i put stuff out there like look what i got today. so i opened up my camera and i was not expecting to see such a happy chewbacca. so i hear that they are actually selling out in stores now because of this. are you going to see any money from it? >> well i don't know. i mean you want to give me some i'll take it. i mean who wouldn't. have you always been pro wooky
or is this new? >> no i love chewbacca. the most understated dialogue any character has had with the most fan love in the world. >> why do you think everybody wants to watch this over and over? >> i had ton of messages coming in they werelike hey i want to laugh with you and be your best friend and let's watch "star wars." but the coolest thing. i've battled depression. and been battling anxiety and not able to laugh since i lost a family member. and my autistic daughter laughs every single time she watches this video. and i think our world just needs a good belly laugh and genuine joy in their life. and that is what's attractive about it. >> did your kids steal it from
you by the way? >> well kohl's actually surprised us last night and they gave the entire family their own masks. so i don't have to share. >> you know what to to do candace. will you please drive around the whole family wearing these masks and see how many people you can frighten while you drive. >> it is the most happy joyful gleeful bookky. >> if the whole family that is mask what is breakfast like. >> well you get a lot of cereal in the sound chamber. >> peter may hue a fan of fox and friends told me personally he watches this show. so may the force be with you candace. >> by. >> is this going to stay at your office or can you bring it home my boy. >> still ahead all morning long
to homes than anyone else in the country. here, there, everywhere. united states postal service priority: you good morning. saturday, 21st of may. brand new, debris found from the wreckage of ms 804. >> and donald trump picks up a endorsement from the national rifle association and fires back at hillary clinton giving her a brand new nickname. >> hillary wants them to be defenseless. wants to take away any chance they have of survival. that is why we're going to call her heartless hillary. >> new nicknames.
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those graduates today and happy armed forces. a jam packed show for you this hour and happy graduation all the graduates out there. we have a throwback. >> all morning we've been throwing up pictures, graduation pictures. there is anna b. kooiman. clayton morris. and me in my wig. >> are your eyes closed. >> it was bright sunlight out. >> and man of steel. >> i don't even believe that picture's real. >> he got the job from a member of the columbo crime family. nobody gets that was bow deedle. who is this person. >> ah. >> is she on the right or the left? >> he's on the left kneeling
down in the robes. >> we'll found out who. >> sheas a dog that rhymes with. >> -- oh that would just give away. >> more on that in a moment. >> yes we will. three minutes after the hour. straight to the headlines. hortbreaking video from the wreckage of egypt air 804. french investigators also confirming smoke was detected in multiple places on the plane just before it crashed. smoke coming from a bathroom near the cockpit. search teams focused on finding the black box. another alert now. a u.s. military convoy attacked by a taliban bomber in afghanistan. the homicide bombing happening a short time ago in the north part of the country. no troops were hurt but the convoy was heavily damaged.
third attack on u.s. troops by the taliban this week alone. >> first look at julie tauber. the woman has denied ever having an affair with the former president claiming she is just a family friend of the clintons. >> and leonardo dicaprio taking a private jet from france to accept an environmental award and then another jet to the cann film festival. a source close to dicaprio said he didn't charter his own flight and simply hitched rides to make it to the events. so he was car pooling. >> okay. we are so honored to have.
>> honored. >> -- who by the way was the girl in the picture. you look exactly the same as the day you graduated. >> oh yeah. i think the hair was -- >> do you know who that is? that is my niece, jessica wilkerson. now 25. works on the house commerce committee and she has her first hearing next wednesday being held at the committee. a cybersecurity expert. i'm very proud of her. >> we want your take on donald trump's endorsement. tucker was mentioned this election. if campaign season has gone fast and furious. the nra didn't come out and make an endorsement of romney until much later but watch this. >> hillary wants to disarm high crime americans, hill wants them
to be defenseless. wants to take away any chance they have of survival. that is why we're going to call her heartless hillary. somehow i like crooked hillary better. >> is this endorsement a sign that the party is beginning to unify. >> absolutely. this is what i noticed. obviously it is a big endorsement. the nra is very divisive between republicans and democrats and the segment you had on in the last hour with the ad expert showing republicans loved ad about the speech. democrats hate it. and what i noticed at the event donald trump is speaking at if you were to turn the camera around and look at the crowd, they were enthusiastic, nrjdsed, excited on their feet and if i were democrats watching that crowd i would be a little worried about turnout. because i think republicans are going to turn up. but this issue is a big divisive one. but i would say yesterday was a good day for donald trump. >> i know people who are for the
second amendment are very concerned about government's encoefficient on it and they tend to vote on it. --. >> i'm not exactly sure. i'm not democrat. but i think what they tend to do is look at it as a whole. most republicans are getting behind trump for a host of reasons. if you saw the fox news poll this week. the economy and terrorism the two biggest issues. they say they trust him over hillary clinton on those two issues. so those are important to them. these other issues, the fact that he supports the nra, supports the second amendment i should say and the nra supports him. that only helps him to try to unify the republican party, which needs unifying! we've heard say hillary clinton is crooked hillary and now heartless. it worked in the primaries with little marco and low energy jeb bush and all. and crooked hillary wants to get rid of all the guns yes she is
surrounded by body guards who are fully armed. >> i recognize that it works very very well for donald trump. i don't personally like it. i find it a little bit of a turn off. i understand that crooked hillary works very well. i just think he could actually beat her on the merits and he could have beaten his opponents on the merits. the name calling to me is something that i'm -- i'm old fashioned. i don't like it. it doesn't persuade me. but i understand that it is persuasive and as a tactic to dispense with your opponents it works very well. it's very dehumanizing. >> what about his argument? and you are hearing this more that this is an elite issue and people calling for taking the guns of citizens away ought to live by the same rules themselves. >> if you are talking to women who want to be able to prescott themselves. that is important. there is also issue of gun-free
zone. if you look at some of the big mass murders, where do they go? where there is a gun free zone. i don't know if the president himself can actually undo all the gun free zones. it is technical and a local issue. he says i'm going to do away with gun free zones on the first day in office. probably not possible. >> "new york times" cbs news poll asking what should republican leaders who disagree with trump do now? 80% support trump. 17% don't support trump. as the republican thought leader yourself. >> that's come a long way. and part of that is that the primary season is effectively over for the republicans. it's continued for the democrats. i don't think that anybody six months ago would have predicted that because we had 17 candidates. we only had four and thought her opponents were weak. their basis changed. i think at this point shows the republicans are like okay we need one unifying factor and
that is hillary clinton. they want to beat her. >> saying things like, you know, i'm not going to endorse donald trump but i'll vote for him. what is that? >> i would hat empathy for them. they know their districts -- >> what is the difference between voting for and endorsing someone? >> well i think there will be some republicans and some democrats who certainly say if you look at their negatives for both candidates that basically means that i might not like if person but i'm going vote for them because i want him or her over the other one. that's what's happening. but the number for donald trump is much improved from where it was. and so i think that can only get better for him in the next month barring some catastrophe on his part. >> facebook faced a pretty tough pr problem two weeks ago when aelss arose they were putting their thumb on the scales in favor of liberal politics.
they had a meeting of conservatives this week. what did you think? did they make a good case? >> well you were there too. >> i see myself out of the story. because i'm not the news. what did you think. >> facebook called the meeting because they knew we had a problem and when they walked in the door they didn't try to defend themselves. like oh we don't is really have a problem. they were like we have a problem. we recognize that. that's why we called you here. and thank you for coming. and believe it or not clayton the power went out at the meeting in the first two meetings at the big tech company. i was perfectly comfortable. most women are freezing at meetings. i was having a nice time. >> some of the more insulated gentlemen in the room were getting a little toasty. >> what was the argument that
mark zuckerberg gave against the allegations? >> i think the conservatives had many more problems than just this trending topics issue. trending topics being a separate product that facebook uses and the news feed that you see. their point is that if they didn't have some sort of way to filter things out you would always see someday the trending topic of lunch and that is not very interesting. when facebook decided to get into that business it opened itself up to criticism. mark zuckerberg fully admitted that is not a mature product. we have to work on it. and they had a big dive into how the algorithm and all that stuff. and facebook offered an olive branch. conservatives can take it or not. and to me it is better to be on the side of trying to work things out than to try to fight. if they are offering their help, why not take them up on it. >> so bottom line you thought they were pretty sincere.
>> absolutely well intentioned. >> i thought so too. >> yeah. >> maybe accept the olive branch. >> i would think so. >> she looks exactly the same as she did 25 years ago. >> donald trump says he loves hispanics. hispanics love him back. and a model/actress in crisis mode this morning because she can't get a job. apparently she's too hot to hire. do you agree? or disagree? will somebody please help her? can i get a show of hands in the studio guys? ♪ ♪ (singing) you wouldn't haul a load without checking your clearance.
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welcome back. the question that has been debated for months now. what role will latino voters play in the upcoming election? especially with donald trump now effect the republican nominee. there is a brand new fox news latino poll. 4 in 10 latino voters have an unfavorable view of hillary which is interesting. whether does that mean for race and donald trump? >> brian yennis is here. did the taco bowl tweet or instagram post by donald trump help him at all? >> safe to say it did not. we're talking about the infaufrlt. if we look at one of the polls here the big one. the question is who do you prefer? 62% of hispanics prefer clinton. yet the unfavorability for both are high. they are just not liked in general. when we look at obviously the big deal here is is that donald
trump is just viewed unfavorable by such a big amount. we need to look at the numbers in terms of what we're seeing for the 23% for donald trump. mitt romney got 22% in 2012. he's lower than that right now. bop dole the lowest on record at 21%. so donald trump has a ways to go with this. and the republican party remember in 2012 with their autopsy report said that in order for them to ever win the white house again, they are going to have to bring hispanics into the fold and over the last four years our poll has shown that it doesn't seem to be work squlg -- voting block is getting even bigger. >> 27 million voters ux yeah. >> at this stage of the game we are starting to hear about potential running mates. if clinton or trump had an hiss panik running mate does that make a difference? >> overwhelmingly for either clinton or donald trump it does not. we've been hearing about suzanna martin
martinez. and everybody says you can pick a vp to shore up a group. but 86% of hispanics say it makes no difference. it just doesn't make much sense for hispanic voters. i think they have made up their minds on who they are. >> politicians pander so much, it is good to see people seeing through it. what is the most important issue to you? by far the economy and jobs. >> hispanics were the hardest hit in the great recession. the average house loeld lost 66%. -- after that is education. national security and immigration. immigration they say is fourth on the list. it is not that important.
people talk about immigration, it is pandering. it is devilled. from 6% to 12%. the number of hispanics who think it is the most important issue. we've seen donald trump talk about immigration. immigration has been talked about a lot. and hispanics now feel it is the most important issue. >> 66% of household wealth among latino -- that is amazing number. >> it is. about $6,000 is the average household wealth. a lot of the -- california in florida they were hit really hard. >> for sure. we're still reverberation for that event. >> thanks brian. >> thank you. >> millennial just tied baby boomers as the largest voting group in america. bernie sanders is very popular partly because he's promising a ton of free stuff. >> tuition free. free month paid family and medical leave. a living wage, 15 bucks an hour.
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here is one obvious headline. young people like bernie overwhelmingly. and part of that may be because he makes promises like these. >> tuition free. three month paid family and medical leave. >> a living wage, 15 bucks an hour. >> healthcare is a right of all people, not a privilege. >> young people are the poorest group in this country. and bernie sanders has gotten a lot out of promising them he will fix that.
millennials are nearly as big as baby boomers as the largest eligible voting group. but do millennial actually understand what socialism is? and do they believe these promises are true and can actually happen? camille foster with free think media.com. chuck, first to you. i understand the yearning desire of young people to accrue wealth. i know they feel economically insecure. that is all reel and i get it. but there is not going to be free college because the country can't afford it. there is a little much when everybody knows that is not true. >> if we can get tax breaks to ge and target we can afford the youngest and brightest among us have opportunity to have a free college. you ask them to get you have to streets and play by the rules and when they do they are strapped to all this debt for
rest of their lives. and bernie sanders has inspired to dream again and you know they can do something and have a right to college affordable like most colleges in other countries. >> half of that is true. there is an education bubble. student debt is a disaster. but shouldn't someone stand up and say the answer isn't it making it, quote, free because nothing is free. someone should tell the truth now. >> whether beef seen already is exal subsidies. educational subsidies have actually increased the cost of university educations. hiding the prices of your education from students and their parents only makes it more difficult to control costs. we've seen this time and time again in programs like this all over the place. we've seen it with healthcare, universal healthcare in various european countries, where you try to obscure prices and the costs continue to go up. we even have that phenomena here in the states. >> i've already expressed sympathy for the plight of
millennial because i think it is really. but bernie is raising expectations beyond the point of no return. it is not real. when eosay they are getting a pony and they get a bag of hair they are going to be mad. he's causing social instability. >> we all know you don't like bernie sanders. so let's not run away from that. second of all. nobody thought we'd have the $15 minimum wage. things are possible when people come together and think of solutions to make things happen. and we shouldn't be punishing children. the youngest among us. because it can happen. you should be giving that money to these children who won't try -- >> chuck, again -- camille, we've got a problem with education. no doubt. but if you made ge go away tomorrow and just confiscated their stuff and applied it to colleges you still couldn't pay finish free college.
>> citing one other form of wasteful spending and suggesting all we can do is end that and then we can do this other wasteful spending. the fundamental thing is you cannot give things away for free. and even presuming the enormous benefit of sending everyone to college, even student whose don't necessarily need to go to college. that doesn't make a lot of sense. what we are seeing in venezuela is in fact instructive. we should pay attention to that. people were promised a great deal and good intentions aren't enough. >> very quickly, you guys are leading in essence a religious movement. can you imagine hibernie voters getting behind hillary? >> i think they are motivated. i don't know if they are going to go there are or not.
there is going to be a lot of senate democrats who are going to suffer if they don't show up. >> interesting to see. the band who watched their audience get murdered during the paris terror attacks a couple months ago is now in trouble for not being welcoming to muslims. >> and one actress in hollywood says she can't get a job because she's too physically attractive. it is a silent plague we're exposing here. (war drums beating) fight heartburn fast. with tums chewy delights. the mouthwatering soft chew that goes to work in seconds to conquer heartburn fast. tum tum tum tum.
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there is a crisis unfolding across the united -- wait a second. oh i'm just joking we're not going to do that story. we tricked everybody into sitting down because it is rick's birthday. >> [ inaudible ]. >> exactly. and we tricked you. he's 34 years old today ladies and gentlemen. >> -- cake for you. >> yes we do. let's bring it in.
all right. >> happy birthday. >> did you make this? >> yes of course. i stayed up all night and baked for you. >> amanda you are one of the kindest people around. and the best personality. one of the judges on multiple shows. the food network. and -- >> -- revival. and talk junior, the kids. >> i lost a finger trying to do what you do on that show. >> well the 9-year-olds are better than you. apparently. >> that's okay. >> okay. sorry. >> -- we brought along your friend. cooked you a little something something. >> are you kidding me? >> no. egg white surprise. >> holy cow.
>> we know you're getting holder and have trouble blowing out the candles. there's only one per decade. >> my cook book. chef next door. have you seen it? >> yes i have seen that. >> fritata recipe. a bacon and avocado salad. and the carrot cake. so delicious. of course cream cheese frosting. and when i thought about brunch for you i thought a little bit healthy. a little good. a little bad. >> a little naughty and a little nice. >> that's the nice. this is the naughty, you know, bacon avocado, bacon jalapeño lime dressing. >> yummy. >> and, you know, on your birthday you always have to have cake for breakfast. >> what's in the cake? >> cocoa powder carrot cake basically. so carrot, walnuts.
cocoa powder. it's butter. sugar, flour. cream cheese. >> -- carrot cake. >> yes you can. >> oh you're so nice. >> you can put chocolate in there. you can improve on anything. >> -- yes my new book. >> are you gonna have some? >> am i gonna have some? >> you're one of the nicest people around. >> oh thank you. >> i want to say hello and surprise you for your birthday. carrot cake and give you a book and say cook it at home. i'm on chop junior. this tuesday. so great. jerome bettis. and ali kahn. and some great guest judges and literally these 9-year-olds are incredible. >> happy birthday. all right we are following
some news this hour. the hunt is intensifying for the kill ore f a fitness struck outer inside a texas church. authorities have a vehicle of interest and want to question the owner. the driver not necessarily a suspect but was seen less than a mile from the church and may have clues to the mystery. authorities believe she was attacked by the suspect, who was carrying a hammer. and a legendary rock band who performed during the paris attacks is now getting booed for anti-muslim comments. ♪ the eagles of death metal now kicked out of two french music festivals after -- and then saw muslims celebrating in the street. they are in disagreement with his comments. and somebody help this
woman, please. she claims she keeps getting turned down for serious roles because people just want to see her in sexy roles. r . and a big and exciting time of year for television. the networks are announcing what shows they are planning to begin and bring back for the new tv season. >> let's step in the fox light. >> whoa, forgot my sunglasses. michael. do you have a preview. >> fox red carpet for stars of their shows. and we were right there. where else would we be to see what's coming back and what's new this fall. check it out. >> stars turned out monday night to celebrate fox's upcoming season. three new comedies, six new dramas and plenty of fan
favorites. >> i've listened to you. i've tried to tolerate something that is intolerable to my nature. >> lee daniels is introducing a new drama with queen latifah called star. >> it is the anti-empire if anything. and it is about a portion of my life that i haven't talked about, which is when i came to hollywood before my first job. and what i would do, some of the stuff they had to do to survive in the streets of hollywood. >> returning franchises include 24 legacy. the continuation stars of cory hawken. >> fresh, new, new faces but still has the same intensity. the same rigor. it is like minute by minute, second by second. it is a thiller. >> and bryn break returns as an e present series.
>> the first chapters were so loved and well received and i think we're all very conscious of that responsibility as we execute this reboot, is that "this has to live up to the original". >> psyched the tell you which part two of their story, this time set in a hospital. >> it is going to be darker this year, for sure. >> the quality of the writing is only going to get better. the characters are now established so you can go deeper into them i'm wide open and ready to work. >> the series includes a few inspired by the movie. >> the camaraderie, we wanted to maintain that relationship. but i also feel like we wanted to make it our own as well. >> the exorcist is looking to scare up a big audience. >> it is actually not the same plot as the movie or the book but takes place like in the same world that that took place in. >> speaking of the movie. by hollywood, everyone may be doing with this two hour
reimagining of the rickocky hor picture show. >> to pay homage and also to allow ourselves to is a vision and express new energy into an iconic piece. >> i for one want to see tucker carlson do the time warp again this fall. and if you do tweet me. i'm just saying. @fox light michael." >> and that's what's coming up this fall. coming up hillary clinton says that she'll bring in bubba to fix the economy. because he's done it before. >> my husband, who i'm going to put in charge of revitalizing the economy because you know he knows how to do it. >> but does he really know how? >> first we're going check with neil cavuto for a lock with
what's coming up next on the cost of freedom business block. >> good morning. socialism in the streets take a hard look at the streets of venezuela. a lessen for those pushing social policies here in america. eventually you run out of money. and a new poll showing donald trump is out in front despite for front page attacks than any candidate in recent memory. is the liberal media losing its grip on real america. we'll see you soon.
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hey, he's done it before. he revitalizing the economy during the '90s. the democratic front runner wasted no time this week assigning bill clinton to the economy. but does he really know how to do it? pretty simple right? just invent google again and start another tech boom. >> no doubt the tech boom was absolutely. you talk about the fortunate period. you have to equate that to industrial revolution. how amazing, how much money was flowing. the market valuations. people will write a business plan on wednesday and go ipo by friday. >> pets.com. >> we all remember on that one. >> amazing and the money was flowing and bill clinton happened to be president at the time. i will give him credit for not trying to regulate it though. >> good point. >> he said look, he understood cutting deficits. getting people in a room and
actually trying to hammer out and get a balanced budget agreement today. and in the end bill clinton -- it was probably a republican idea he sort of co-opted. does he get credit for that. >> bill clinton gets credit for moving to the center for a lot of things after 1994. his legacy, why would hillary bring it up? 22 million jobs. but he also left us with ticking time bombs because of some of the things he did. bill clinton is the one who unleashed wall street. he removed glass-steagall so big banks became bigger. the key weapon used that became the biggest ticking time bomb in modern economic times. >> housing collapse. >> the housing collapse. he actually took the community reinvestment act and put it on steroids.
why? how many president -- what president wouldn't want to say home ownership increased under my watch. there is one thing to say you can't discriminate against a certain neighborhood there is another say you better give these people money. so he left on a high note but he left this country with the biggest economic ticking time bomb outside of the great depression. >> and there you have it. the good, the bad and the ugly. >> up next on fox and friends weekend. who's ready to race? we'll find out who is faster on the water? me or rick. [phone buzzing] [engine revving] [engine revving] [phone buzzing]
summer time to get outside and some of the best exercises you can have can be found in the water on kayaks, stand up paddle boards and canoes. >> paddle boards the new fad. we've got rick out here in the water. take us through what we'reing a. what about the one rick is in right now. >> first and foremost we're really excited about this event. and a big part of this is water. we brought you guys 19,000 gallons right here. the stand u paddle board. we have a resort back in branson. and people are doing amazing things on these paddle boards.
yoga. >> they are doing yoga? >> of course they are. >> proposing to fiancés. dating. having cocktail parties. >> right. the whole nine yards. they are coming in 400 bucks. old school kayak yeah. you can sit three folks very easily and you got room for your yetty cooler and everything. so as the great. >> how much is this one. >> 600 bucks. all these under a thousand bucks. and the recreational type kayak. and rick is demoing our fishing model here. rod holders and the whole nine yards. and as you can see it is very stable. i know they got worried about him wearing his mics on this but
it is very stable. >> if you had a race between a weather man and the anchor, who would win? >> well i'll tell you what, all my money is on the blond. >> rick is very competitive. >> rick almost jumped out of there. >> he's totally safe. we got -- what's really good about the kayaks too is sight fishing and sneaking up on fish. no motors involved. really sneaky with the fish and everything. you can drop a rod with the paddle. >> would you fly fish with this bad boy? >> i have. it is a great way to fish.
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maybe the 9th annual kayak race here on fox and friends. first year i'm not doing it. in my stead this year. anna couple kooiman. anna, you have to go around the bear island and pack to where rick is. and rick, you have to go around that side and touch over on this side. on your mark, get so. go. [ cheers and applause ] >> all right. around the bend they come. >> anna might be stuck in the corner. >> uh-oh. >> keep in mind it is rick's birthday. he's got a lot to prove today. he just turned 61. there he goes. rick. do you credit your superior water craft for your victory?
>> i credit my balance, my core strength. yeah. i've got a good belly and that allows the core to be more centered. >> so for you it was all about conditioning and that is why you spent the winter at the olympic training center in piex peak. >> with terror fears mounting news breaking this week. al qaeda is calling for attacks on u.s. business leaders. in europe warnings that isis may be planning a series of bomb attacks on crowds attending next month's soccer championships. the main goal is to take down the economy. this is bulls and bears. the bulls and bear this is week. gary b. smith. jonas max ferris. john layfield. welcome to everybody. are terrorists targeting the