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good morning, everyone. sunday the 22nd of may, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is a fox news alert. clues from the cockpit, the chilling last words coming from the pilot before that doomed egyptair flight vanished from the radar. and then in the world of politics hillary clinton takes aim at donald trump after he's endorsed by the nra. >> you want to imagine what trump's america will look like, picture more kids at risk of violence and bigotry. picture more anger and fear. >> our children are in danger with the prospect of donald trump in the white house? is it true?
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sheriff david clarke will react. and left stunning when watching the news -- oh, yeah, that's my car that was just stolen. it crashes violently. well, we'll show you. she actually is going to be here live on our show this morning. she had a personalized license plate. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ >> good morning. >> it's pouring down rain outside and we have a pool outside, because it's "fox & friends" weekend. >> that's when the lifeguard plows the whistle, out of the pool, we heard thunder. >> we have some pool safety toys. >> i actually was a lifeguard. that was my first job. we would play this cd back when
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we played cds. it was called "thunderstorm" and meant to be used when you would sleep and get the kids out of the pool. >> that was brilliant. >> you faked thunderstorms to get out of work? >> i love that. >> rick, it's confession morning. when i was a life guard i put the chlorine in the pool to bomb it one day because i wanted the day off. i put a sign up that says we had to do it. it was a monday. >> anna's made people not like the weather. >> meteorologist -- >> oh, my gosh, it's not pouring down rain, it's just sprinkling across the parts of the east. here's the temperatures, kind of notice cooler air out across the the west. cooler in the east, but the central part of the country really heating up. that's going to be the trend certainly for the day. that hot air though is going to move off towards the east this week. as you notice this big dip, we're clearing out across the east. even down to florida, drier conditions, but we have the
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pesky conditions. kind of a coastal storm, if it were winter it would be bring us a lot of snow. it remains in the area. so remain unsettled, not a washout, but scattered showers, certainly definitely a considerable amount of cloud cover. that's the story with us again for a lot of say through tuesday, wednesday, i think we finally clear out a bit. but we also warm up. here's your temperatures. warmth across the plains and you notice everything in the west and warming up to the east. by the time we get to wednesday, we have readings in the 80s and 90s. it will feel like summer. people have been wondering where it is across east, here you go. >> be thankful you're in india, 123 degrees. >> toesty. we'll start with the news headlines.
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afghan officials are saying that monther is was traveling in the afghanistan border and he was likely killed and he has posed an imminent threat to the u.s. and afghans who have been targeted by the taliban for some 15 years. brand new developments in the egyptair plane crash, the chilling last moments on board the doomed paris to cairo flight. now revealed in an eerie audiotape released from the cockpit. . >> the pilot sounding calm, report nothing issues. and investigators not ruling anything out including terrorism as it's revealed protesters wrote we will bring this plane down in arabic on that exact plane two years ago. the search for black boxes now under way and debris starts to
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surface. and bernie sanders fighting back. the democratic presidential candidate calling out dnc chair debbie wasserman schultz saying she will be out if he's elected. sanders says he supports her primary challenger for her house seat. this after he repeatedly accused the dnc of favoring his rival, hillary clinton. she criticized sanders after his supporters unleashed brutal attacks on the head of the democratic party. well, it was $1 million night for joey logano with two laps remaining the drive ever caught up to kyle larson to win the all-star race. it was his first time winning that race. but getting to victory lane came with some confusion early on. nascar was trying a new format of two 50-lap segments to increase the passing in the final green lap dash. those your news headlines. >> thanks. all right.
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a lot going on in the world and to sort it out we want to bring in david clarke, he's the milwaukee county sheriff. great to see you, sheriff. >> good to see you, thank you. >> you saw the endorsement that donald trump, the presumptive nominee got from the nra two days ago. yesterday, hillary clinton weighed in in a speech at the trayvon martin foundation in florida. here's what she said a trump presidency would mean for america. watch this. >> donald trump said that in his very first hour as president, heaven forbid. he would overturn president obama's actions to strengthen background checks and on his first day in office he'd mandate that every school in america allow guns in classrooms. every school, he said. that's no way to keep us safe. if you want to imagine what
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trump's america will look like, picture more kids at risk of violence and bigotry. picture more anger and fear. >> i'm sorry, makes many elaugh to -- me laugh to hear he's causing anger and fear. but do you think it would result in more children be at risk for bigot bigotry? >> no, i don't think. i wonder if she thinks that when she's surrounded by the secret service. she wants the public to eat cake but she wants to live in a security blanket. she is entitled to it, but so are we. i'm still in louisville where the convention was held. and the national rifle association is one of the largest civil rights groups in amera. if black kids are at risk from anybody it's from other black kids and black on black crime. her party has december estimated the black party, it has black kids shackled to failing k-12 public schools and urban centers and where black men in the urban
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centers can't find meaningful work. so before she continues to open her mouth and put her foot in it, she ought to think about what she's talking about. donald trump has made it very clear that the second amendment is important. the second amendment is important to first amendment and it's important to the fourth amendment, prohibition of searches and seizures, so donald trump is right only this issue and mrs. clinton is dead wrong. >> she said we could have a sensible approach to gun regulations in this country. do you buy that? she said do you want to keep the guns in the hands of the people who protect us. but out of the hands of those who are mentally ill. >> we have to keep prosecuting the laws on the books. we don't enforce the gun laws. what i mean by we, we can't get
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criminal prosecutions when we bring these forth. so if we want to reduce crime in america, we want to reduce violence, if we want to put kids in a safer environment then what we have to do is attack the criminal element, not law abiding gun owners. mrs. bill clinton is in support and stands for gun confiscation. this is veiled language that she uses. and she knows exactly what she's talking about. this is kind of dog whistle for i'm going to take the guns out of the hands of every law abiding american. that would be wrong for america. >> and sheriff clarke, that's one thing that donald trump brought up at the nra on friday, that he believes hillary clinton wants to abolish the second amendment all together and she needs to release her list of supreme court replacements for scalia, just as he did last week. he says that she's heartless hillary, the new branding from him. because she wants to take away the ultimate equalizer from women and -- in high crime neighborhoods who are trying to protect their children. do you think this will work for donald trump? >> well, sure.
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because we all know -- we in law enforcement anyway, and most law abiding gun owners know that a gun in the hands of the law abiding person is a safer area. gun free zones are killing fields. gun free zones have gotten people killed. every mass shooting that's happened in america for the most part, it's occurred in a gun free zone. the only person that is safe in a gun free zone is the criminal. >> so sheriff, i want to get your take on new rules being proposed for the democratic party. democratic party is fractured in a way a lot of us weren't paying attention to. new rules stipulate that speakers at democratic state conventions cannot be heckled in effect. the point of this of course is to ease the way for hillary clinton to secure finally the democratic nomination. what do you make of this? a party that is, you know, purportedly in favor of free
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speech, telling people be quiet, accept hillary. >> i'm just amazed by this, but i shouldn't be coming from the democrat party. look, mrs. bill clinton's campaign if it was a tire she'd have a low leak right now and needs to get that patched before she has a blowout. she is a flawed candidate, she knows it. this mparty knows it. she's up against a socialist she can't put away and secure this nomination. she will probably secure the nomination, but she'll come out of it so battered and bruised that in the end going into november she's going to limp into november. so they have to silence people because they don't want people bringing up her flaws within her own party and most of that is coming from her opponent. bernie sanders. >> and bernie sanders has been calling for this open convention which in years past democrats have been against because it would keep out, you know, it would keep out moderates. this time around, though, bernie sanders wants the open conventions so that they can have independents coming in. what does that say about the shifting narrative of the
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democratic party, do you think? >> well, they have to walk on eggshell, the democrat party, because they don't know what to do with bernie sanders. if they alienate him too much -- he's getting the shaft by the way from the democratic party. but his supporters aren't going to like that. just a couple of months ago we were talking about the fissures and the fractions in the republican party and it's coming together now. but if bernie sanders is alienated too much and his supporters are alienated too much, they'll either sit it out or he'll run as the third party candidate. look, bernie sanders doesn't owe anything to the democrat party. this is his last go around. he won't be able to look at this in four or eight years thinking he'll run again. this is kind of his last hurrah. and he's made it very clear. i was happy to see that. he was -- he's made it very clear he's in this thing until the bitter end. >> i'm with you, sheriff. go bernie. great to see you this morning. thanks a lot, sheriff clarke.
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a quick programming note, donald trump will be on the program at 8:30. stay tuned for that. straight ahead a fox news alert, peta is demanding medical records after two horses drop dead on the track. and a teacher in big trouble for the question he asked his students about donald trump. speaking of trump he join us live in morning along with governor mike huckabee and a ton of other cool people including kevin mccarthy. hi, kevin. [phone buzzing] [engine revving] [engine revving] [phone buzzing]
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opening race homeboykris collapsed shortly after celebrating his victory. in the fourth race, another horse broke its leg and had to be euthanized right there on the track. >> here to tell us what happened is a former jockey and a trainer. >> good morning. >> so two horses gives the impression this is common. first tell us what happened and how common are horse deaths on the track? >> yeah, injuries on the track are not that common. it's one in 1,000. although that's still too many and we continue to work to reduce that number. unfortunately these two situations are on a high profile day, you have the mixed emotion of having a successful meet and record attendance and then unfortunately losing two horses. any time we lose horses or equine athletes it's a sorry day for us. the first horse won the race and actually was on his way back to the barn and it looks like he may have suffered a heart
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attack. the horse will go in for the necropsy today and be checked out, completely checked over. >> well, it looks like and the questions from peta this morning they want the veterinary records released and a complete list of medications they were administered before the preakness race. what would that tell us about the death, in anything? >> obviously those records are sent to the racing commission. we own six racetracks in america and every jurisdiction has a different rules. but those last 60 days of medical records would be turned over to the state racing commission. and they would look at it and see if there was any illegal medicines, blood was taken on both horses and thoroughly checked. it's paramount to our company and to the integrity and the safeness of the human and the equine athlete on the track. >> and some animal rights activists would say these horses are pushed too hard. are they? >> no, being a former jockey and
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my son being a jockey, some of these horses are cared for better than the trainers are cared for themselves. and we have bad apples in every business, and we constantly work to weed those people out. but once again, our ownership was just in washington just last week with the bar bill, trying to make medications national reforms to get everybody on the same page. almost like this election process where you have different rules in different states we're trying to uniform these rules so that everybody runs under same rules. it's paramount we are horse lovers. people that work in this industry absolutely love the animals. and this is a hot -- we all suffer when we see something like this. >> tim ritvo. thank you. >> thank you, guys. up next, what happens when bernie sanders goes to the border to check out that wall?
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comprehensive security reform. a georgia man walking around in the "star wars" costume made some people nervous. his weapon was a little too convincing. they called the coming saying he was -- cops saying he was pointing them at the cars. he denied that saying he wears the costume for charity and they don't fire laser beams. kevin mccarthy is here, fox news contributor, founder of nerdtears.com. a perfect day for a movie, with the weather. >> it's so much fun. so many films opened up including "neighbors 2" and start off with "neighbors 2" the sequel to the successful first comedy. did not know this, that sororities in the united states cannot throw parties in the sorority house. but fraternities can. >> yeah. >> tucker and i both knew that. >> i did not know that. >> run of the last frontiers in gender rights. >> so three characters, three women, start their own sorority and try to break that rule and have parties at their house. they move next door to seth
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rogen's character and this creates a whole war. like the first neighbors -- so it's not as funny as first movie. i felt it redundant, it tries so hard to be the first movie. i gave it a 3 out of 5. the best scene was the epic shot where seth rogen sat on an air bag. did you see the first one? >> i did. it was hilarious. >> i wanted to see how they pulled it off, how they did the new air bag scene in this one. watch this. i tweeted you before about how you did first one, which blows many my mind. how did they do in in the second one? >> they used a dummy. they put it in the same position, blast it up in the air. then it would land. then -- then look at the position it lands in.
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i would like flop into the position, basically. >> does the dummy look anything like you? >> yeah. >> dressed like you. >> it's a white dummy. >> yeah. >> it's amazing to me though, because you think he sits in the chair, but if you watch the shots you don't see the edits. it looks like he's going up and landing. a cool shot. 3 out of 5. n not as good as the first one. >> what about "nice guy?" >> well, ryan gosling plays a private detective and teams up with russell crowe. and the cool thing about this film is that gosling we know him so well as a dramatic actor. i love drive, i love the notebook. this is one of the funniest roles he's ever played in his career. he's fantastic. it balances out action and comedy very well. i love him in this movie. i will say that the trailers do give away a little too much. stay away from the trailers. see it cold.
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if you can. it's fantastically well made action comedy. 4 out of 5. i love it. >> that happens way too often. i don't know why they put the good stuff in there. >> they're trying to lure in as many as possible. >> the other day tucker was at mcdonald's. he got the happy meal. he noticed the toys were the angry bird toys. it's weird. now they're making a movie out of a video game? >> yeah. we have gotten to this point. i love that you get happy meals still. >> well, yeah. >> i like the happy meal toys. this is five years too late. come on, this game was popular how many years ago? why is it coming out now? i guess it doesn't matter because it's number one, making a ton of money. beat out "civil war" and "neighbors 2." the cool thing about it, you play the game, the third act of the movie is the game you the birds launching into the
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destruction. here's the cool thing about the movie, sean penn all he does is grunt for the entire film. >> did he get paid? >> he basically grunts the entire movie. he plays a character called terrence, he's hilarious. but zach galifianakis is in the film. the third act, there's some good adult humor in the game. a lot of adults play the game. >> no story line? >> no story line. >> will we see a pacman or -- >> they did the movie "pixels." >> they did it. >> i was joking. >> they're making a ton of the movies. i gave it a 3 out of 5. i still like "jungle book" and "zootopia." >> i love that. the messaging a being who you don't want to be. >> the positivity. >> kevin mccarthy, ladies and gentlemen. >> you are a flaming ball of
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positivity. >> i love you guys and love being here in the studio. >> "captain america, civil war", yes. >> coming up -- look at this. a horrifying crash sending a race car driver flying. how they walked away totally fine. live from new york it's bernie sanders with his friend, hillary clinton. >> remember, remember when i told everyone to stop talking about your damn e-mails? [ laughter ] what a schmuck! >> oh, my gosh, remember all those states like wyoming where you beat me by a lot and i still got most of the delegates? i don't really like people. [ laughter ] i only talk to them because i want to be the president so bad. for mortgages. quicken loans. home buy. refi. power. official mortgage sponsor of the pga tour. i am totally blind. i lost my sight in afghanistan. if you're totally blind, you may also be struggling with non-24.
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remember when i told everyone to stop talking about your damn e-mails? [ laughter ] what a schmuck. >> oh, my gosh, and remember all those states like wyoming where you beat me by a lot and i still got most of the delegates? i don't really like people. i only talk to them because i want to be the president so bad. please don't tell. >> i think they know. now leave. >> never. ♪ >> i'll leave, never. >> so true to life. it's not even fake. >> but you can't really look at bernie sanders and not think of
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larry david. >> almost the same person. 33 after the hour. we are following some stories making headlines. starting with this fox news alert. turning to chaos in western austria overnight after a three people were shot. police say the gunman got into the loud fight with a woman near a venue, went to get a gun out of his car. and started to fire at random. before turning the gun on himself. no word on a motive. unbelievable video to show you as terrifying crash sends several race cars flying through the air. >> one lap left. >> oh! >> huge accident! a huge one. >> it happened during the formula 3 european championship in austria where one car spun out and then hit two other cars. despite a few broken bones all the drivers involved are expected to be okay. and blame the employees not
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the company. an inside review at facebook shows conservative news censoring was done by individual choice, not something that was institutional. turns out the trending department run by millennials was not much experience -- with not experience. mark zuckerberg sat down last week to talk about a censorship claim. and a teacher suspended for a law exam and it was a -- called into question about trump. here's why. the high school test asked if donald trump becomes president of the united states we are "a," screwed, "b" screwed. he said he occasionally gives his students joking questions. and he is being kicked out of class once the administration caught wind of that situation. those are your headlines. and this is your weather.
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take it away, rick. >> hey, guys. so a lot of florida is has had a soggy week for the last five or six days. look at your weather map. take a look at kind of the southeast in general. this is the future radar for the next day and a half or so. you see a front going to clear the area. doesn't happen that often this time of the year. we're at the start of the rainy season, we have going to dry out for next few days which is a very nice break. today, across the mid-atlantic and the northeast, we remain unsettled. not a complete washout. we'll see the sun i think for a lot of areas by the afternoon. but for the start of the day, some showers. maybe a quick thunderstorm or two. down across the southeast, you see that sunshine finally beautiful day really across much of the area and dry conditions. not humid at all. however, go across parts of texas and oklahoma, severe weather. tornado or two, certainly. some strong winds and some hail. same across the northern high plains, nebraska, the dakotas. around the great lakes a
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spectacular one. all right. back to you. >> thank you. well, memorial day weekend is the unofficial kickoff to summer and it will include pool parties. this month is national pool safety month. listen to this. an average of ten americans died from drowning every day and one in five of them were children, 14 years or younger. here to show us how to keep the kids safe is mom allison jacobson. nice to see you. disturbing statistics. nearly 400 children drown each year in a spa or pool. >> it's two a day if you go up to age 15. two a day are drowning and 75% are in when somebody is supervising them. so it's not like they're alone. there's a parent around when the drownings are occurring. >> a lot of the big problems with the pools, you know, the backyard pools, the ones that are above ground. they don't have proper safety netting. >> no. in fact, i said the number one thing, if you're going to have a
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pool it has to be fenced. because it's not just your kids it's anybody. so this is a fence. a removable fence. but you want something self-closing and self-latching. so if it shuts, it's automatically shut. you don't want to keep anything around the edges so they can climb up and over. if you have a pool you need to have a fence. >> what about this pool alarm, safety turtle. how does this work? >> this is great. when you have multiple kids you may have a toddler who you don't want in the pool or even pets. this is a band that will go on your child as well as your pet. as soon as it's submerged it will sound a loud alarm. you can put it from 800 feet away. so you'll know if your child fell in and what's great about it, it works in salt water too. it can plug into a computer. you can take it to the friend's pool. but what bothers me in the most when i see people not paying attention to they're kids.
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put down your phone or your book. none of this takes the place of keeping an eye on your children around the world water. >> what does this do? the cord dome? >> we can't forget about the electrical hazards, your phones and your computers. this protects them. so the electric shock, it will stop it. it covers all the cords. >> what about this unisense, what is this? >> well, this -- egi-sense, it gives you ideas about how to keep your kids safe. what we're talking about here, some of the things that the parents have a false sense of security. so you have the floater that your child can wear, the arm bands, but you need to get your kids in swim classes. you can't think just because they're wearing a floaty they'll be safe. again, constant supervision. >> we put children in as young
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as a few months old. >> i saw that. >> in your mind, how early should we be getting your kids into swim classes? >> well, look, there's something called survival swimming versus swim classing. survival swimming is for the kids that age. it's with their shoes on and their clothes on because if they're going to fall in that's what's going to happen. as early as possible, get them in survival swim. always keep a cordless phone with you at all times around the pool. if you have a party with a lot of little kids, hire a lifeguard because you can't have eyes and ears all over. >> thank you so much, allison. great advice. well, we want to thank best way, power steel pool by best way, they were kind enough to set this up for us in the pouring rain this morning. coming up, democrats crying foul, now making new rules to silence hillary's critics.
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our next guest worked as an adviser to the clinton campaign and she says the new rules are great. and high school senior stunned when she's watching the news and said, hey, that's my car, stolen and crashed after a chase. how will she explain that to mom and dad? she will join us live straight ahead. thousands of people came out today
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some democratic party leaders are proposing new rules for future conventions, including rules that would prevent protesting. here to weigh in, jehmu greene. >> good morning. >> wouldn't the democratic party be on the side of people expressing their opinion? here you have the hillary focused establishment trying to squelch free expression on behalf of bernie. >> no not at all. i think it comes down to making sure that all voices are heard. i have been on the other side of this. in 2008 i was shouted off of the convention stages as a supporter for hillary. but ultimately, the party came together and we all backed president obama. these new rule changes are about making sure that everyone's voice is heard. everyone has an understanding of what the rules are. what they are in place, and if they're go -- if there are any changes they get a heads up. there are a lot of new voters coming into this process. that is good for democrats. as they come into this process, it's up to us as a party to make sure they understand the rules.
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and that there are opportunities for their voices to be heard. >> i'm sure you catch the irony of the idea that all voices must be heard. on college campuses, only one set is heard. yet when it's a threat to hillary clinton everyone has to shut up and obey. do you see the irony there? >> i gedisagree with the premis. i think college campuses should be remain free to express -- >> but they're not. but they should allow other voices to be heard. when liberals win, the conservatives are shouted off the stage. >> i think progressives have stood up for free speech in the leeshdship role for quite some time. when it comes to the new convention rules you need to be able to make sure if you're
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speaking for senator sanders you cub heard. if you're speaking for hillary clinton you can be heard. >> i'm for that. so the idea that bernie sanders who is in some states is getting over 90% of the votes of people under 30, he's the future of your party so far, he's a sore loser because he hasn't gotten out. hillary didn't get out until june in 2008. >> certainly, none of the clinton campaign and anyone of her surrogates are asking him to get out of the race. >> of course they are. >> we're looking at how he's escalating the conversation of division when we should be moving together and so that's a little bit concerning. but i think ultimately the passion, the energy, that 90% number you quoted, these new voters. this is good for democrats and good for the ultimate nominee. i certainly believe that nominee will be hillary clinton. >> good for hillary clinton, put away a 74-year-old socialist from vermont. why is that -- >> not on his age. >> come on. >> look at the passion he's brought in. but it's on him. he does not want to come across as a sore loser. he could be starting to teeter on that edge when he looks like he's escalating these issues
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versus trying to be a uniter. but we have a lot of time for him to do that. >> i agree with you. it's very inconvenient when people have sincere beliefs rather than a sense of entitled speech. great to see you, jehmu greene. jeb bush flew across the world to talk about donald trump. he said something interesting about trump supporters. we'll play it for you. and a high school senior is stunned and she sees her own car crashed after a car chase. it was stolen. how will she explain that to mom and dad? that's coming up. before i had the shooting, burning of diabetic nerve pain, these feet learned the horn from my dad and played gigs from new york to miami. but i couldn't bearpain any longer. so i talked to my doctor
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hey, everybody, how you feeling? a massachusetts teenager devastated after her car was stolen right from her driveway. then she saw it crash violently on the local news. slamming right into another car in the middle of a busy interaction. abby randall joins me now. thanks for being with us. >> hi. >> tell me what happened first. you wake up in the morning and your car's gone from your driveway? >> yep. i wasn't planning on taking that car that day, so i was late for school, i was rushing. i left the house. i got into my mom's car and i didn't even notice it was gone. >> and then once you do realize it's gone, you're heartbroken,
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where's my car, it was kind of a family heirloom wasn't it? >> my grandmother passed it down to my parents before i even got my license. >> and then your friend on facebook sends you some video captured on the local news of what? >> it wasn't even the news channel. it was actually just a youtube link to the dash cam video. and then i watched it before i got ready for school and then got ready for school. i went downstairs to plan on telling my dad about it and he was already watching it on the news. >> it's not like the movie "dude, where's my car," but dude, where's my car. how did you know it was yours? >> i've had the car for ten years. i knew it was my car. it was like instinct. >> and the license plate said
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abby 16 on the back of it. how shocked were you when you saw it on this youtube channel? >> it was insane to watch. because i had already known that the car had been crashed, but to actually watch it was just crazy. >> well, the car looks totalled. are you going to get a new car? >> right now i'm going to college and i don't have a car and the money that we will probably get for the car won't be enough. >> fortunately, nobody got injured in all of this. can you tell us the back story on that? who was involved in the crash? >> i'm not really sure. my dad actually did talk to the man who had the dash cam and he told us kind of what happened at the scene. and i'm really glad that no one got hurt because that was an intense impact for all cars. >> it looked pretty rough.
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abby randall, thank you so much. we hope that you get a car heading to college. >> thank you. >> have a great day. that's crazy isn't it? coming up on "fox & friends," hillary clinton takes aim at donald trump after he's endorsed by the nra. >> you want to imagine what trump's america will look like, picture more kids at risk of violence and bigotry. picture more anger and fear. >> but will america really be less safe under a president trump? governor mike huckabee is here to react at the top of the hour. then call him the dictator of love. kim jong-un is playing matchmaker for his sister. ♪ tired of working for peanuts? well what if i told you that peanuts can work for you? that's right. i'm talking full time delivery of 7 grams of protein and 6 essential nutrients.
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sunday, the 22nd of may. i'm anna kooiman. brand-new clues from the cockpit. chilling last words coming from the pilot before a doomed jet vanished from radar. and then hillary clinton goes after donald trump after he's endorsed by the nra. >> you want to imagine what trump's america will look like, picture more kids at risk of violence and bigotry. picture more anger and fear. >> picture more anger and fear. will america really be less safe and being bigotted under trump. and you won't believe what jeb bush just said about his supporters. "fox & friends," hour two starts right now. ♪
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tucker clayton and i, we are all out of hot hair this morning. we are so worn out from blowing up these pool toys for you. >> it's the weirdest thing i've ever seen in three and a half years on the show. >> the cornucopia of pool floats. >> i'm surprised that this is the weirdest thing you've ever seen on this show. >> who devised the inflatable pretzel. it's brilliant. >> did you know it's pool safety month? >> it is. 400 kids a year, unbelievable, two a day. we have great gadgets outside to protect your kid and family around the pool. >> we're having some fun around the pool. i hear you have the watermelon,
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mr. >> you're going to want to be careful because this water is cold. it did not come with a heater this morning. and it's still chilly here in midtown manhattan. take a look at the map. show you what is going on. this is the satellite radar picture. you can see things really clearing out across parts of the southeast. you generally don't see fronts go that far south this late in the season. along with that in terms of mid atlantic and the northeast, we have a pesky system that's going to continue to stay in the area for the next number of days. bringing instability and showers. severe weather today in the plains, tomorrow in the plain, in fact tuesday in the plains. the next six days. 'tis the season. >> thanks, rick. >> we're going to start your headlines with a fox news alert. we have new developments this morning in the deadly egyptair
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crash. the chilling last moments on board the doomed paris to cairo flight now released. >> egyptair 804 contact padova. >> thank you so much, good day. >> the pilot sounding calm, reporting no issues shortly before the plane vanished from the radar. investigators not ruling anything out, as it's revealed protestors wrote we will bring this plane down in arabic on that exact plane two years ago. and president obama headed across the pond today to continue his apology tour. he will visit vietnam and japan and make a historic appearance at hiroshima. he will attempt to make amends for the atomic bomb dropped by the united states.
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critics are outraged, hoping he will press for release of prisoners. jeb bush traveling the world to a safe place to finally break his silence on donald trump. listen to what he said yesterday in amsterdam. >> what i fear is that people looking down their nose will say the people supporting donald trump are a bunch of idiots. they're not. they're legitimately scared, they're not as optimistic, for legitimate reasons. >> he also says trump appeals to people's dissatisfaction with america rather than offering real political solutions. bringing governor mike huckabee this morning. nice to see you, governor. >> good morning. >> good morning. well, the other day of course donald trump receiving the endorsement of the national rifle association. hillary clinton firing back yesterday in ft. lauderdale, florida, at the trayvon martin foundation.
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i want you to hear what she had to say about it and get your thoughts. >> we know the gun lobby is powerful. i believe it's the most powerful lobby in washington. we know that some candidates will say or do anything to keep them happy. if you want to imagine what trump's america will look like, picture more kids at risk of violence and bigotry. picture for anger and fear. ask any -- any of the mothers here tonight if they want to live in that kind of america. enough and enough. >> enough is enough. she says donald trump is pandering to the nra and to voters. what do you say? >> you know, i hope that she's right about something she just said. that the gun lobby is the most powerful lobby. because if so, she won't be the next president. that will be a reason to get on our knees and thank god. this is a person who would take away our ability to defend
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ourselves. she is surrounded by people who are armed and has been going back to the 1970s. that's the last time she was not accompanied by somebody armed and ready to protect her. but most americans don't have that opportunity. they have to take care of themselves. and hillary would take away the ability of a typical american citizen from defending themselves, their homes, and their families. that's why donald trump had better be elected president or this is going to be a much more dangerous country. >> it's obviously tough for anybody to get elected president. there's a long piece in the "new york times" this morning about all the republican donors who are not supporting donald trump. a, are you surprised by this, and b, does it matter? >> i'm not surprised and frankly it's refreshing. look, the donor class has long totally directed the political class and it's the working class who has taken the gut punch.
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for once, donald trump has basically thumbed his nose at the donor class all through the primary and said, guys i'm not going to need you. having an independent president who is not completely embedded into the hands and minds of the donor class would be refreshing. he's got a lot of donors who are coming aboard, but i don't think these are the donors who have an expectation that they're going to get something in return. the kind of donors sitting aside are the ones who didn't get what they want and if they can't pay for play they're not going to play. good. we need to get rid of them. they need to get out of the system. >> sounds like the donors that come forward aren't saying i'll scratch my back if you scratch my back. the spending for clinton is at $182 million and donald trump just under $60 million.
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donald trump has brought on paul manafort. cory lewandowski is saying i'm manager. how much do they need to beef things up to be able to compete in the general election? >> i think it's pretty evident that they've done a really amazing job. hillary clinton's campaign is bloated, overblown and still losing. she may get the nomination, but she's having to fight bernie every day. donald trump has destroyed everybody on the stage, including me, and he did it not even spending much money. he's got a very lean and mean operation. that's refreshing in politics. i think it bodes well for donald trump's election. he will beat hillary clinton and he will do it handily. >> there was much more made of course of the rift in the republican party in the primary.
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but not much attention on the democrat party, the chaos that unfolded at that nevada convention where hillary supporters shouted down by bernie supporters. now they're changing the rules. they don't want anybody speaking out of turn at the state conventions. they want to quiet the bernie sanders supporters. what do you make of this? >> don't you just love free speech and free expression? the democrats have become a laughing stock. in the name of freedom, they shut down voices that are voices of descent, they want political correctness and now they want to control people's emotions. americans really can't function with that much control by somebody else who want to tell them what to think, what to say, and now even how they have to feel about it. >> on college campuses, a conservative stands up to speak
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and is shouted down and liberals applaud. >> yeah. >> but when bernie sanders supporters voice their opinion and it affects hillary's chances of getting the nomination, ooh, they must be quiet. >> the nevada convention kind of looked like a massive jerry springer show. a lot of us who are hold enough remember 1968 when the chant was "the whole world's watching," and they were. the net result was when richard nixon said we'll have law and order, he was overwhelmingly elected. this is going to be a contrast. donald trump believes that americans ought to have law and order and that we ought to support the police. and we ought to support citizens who protect themselves. this should permeate throughout our society. the most dangerous places in america are like south chicago and baltimore and washington, d.c.
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that's where the democrats really run at full circle. i don't think that's a model for america. >> we are glad to see you back on fox. >> great to be with you guys. take care. coming up, hillary clinton says donald trump is helping to recruit terrorists. >> we now do have evidence. we have seen how donald trump is being used to essentially be a recruiter. >> is there evidence of that? we'll get to it. >> then she put her life on the line to protect this country, but this marine was just banned from walking at her high school graduation because of her uniform? how does that happen? ♪ made in america
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when you say we're going to bar all muslims, you are sending a message to the muslim world and you're also sending a message to the terrorists. because we now do have evidence, we have seen how donald trump is being used to essentially be a recruiter for more people to join the cause of terrorism. >> hillary clinton says there is evidence donald trump helps recruit terrorists, but is there really? let's ask steve emerson. >> former secretary of state, you choose your words carefully. she says we have evidence that this is the case. what do you say? >> well, let's look at it. it's hard to find actual statistics. but we looked at the frequency
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of arrests post trump's comments and pretrumps comments that would be a variable about whether they're recruiting more. and the level of attacks post-trump versus pre-trump's comments. let's look at a level in the united states. last year in the united states, there was 71 isis arrests. so far this year, there have been about 13. that's at a rate of -- 20% of the rate of last year. of those 13 this year, only eight were hatched after trump's comments. none mentioned in the wiretaps submitted to the court, none mentioned donald trump. >> where's she getting this information from? >> i think there was one recording made by one isis member who exploited her comments and said i'm motivated by donald trump. but no attack, no post-attack
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recording and claim of credit has ever cited donald trump nationally or internationally. and the stats prove that in terms of frequency of attacks and level of recruitment. they've actually gone down following trump. the assumption is underlying her comments is somehow muslims around the world are going to be motivated to carry out fire-breathing attacks based on the offensive rhetorics. are americans going to suddenly turn into terrorists because of the vast amount of anti-american rhetoric in the muslim world? >> we're not going to find the people by just continuing to be so nice and so soft. i have many muslim friends, and they agree. they have a tremendous problem with the radical islamic terrorism. what she said is sodium. >> what do you say to that?
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>> ms. clinton doesn't mention the term islamic terrorism. that's the same, you know, problem of -- they won't mention the term. if you don't mention the term, you're playing into the hands of islamic terrorists. that's what i say. the bottom line that motivates islamic terrorists is the belief that the u.s. is engaged in a war against islam. that's propogated by groups that the white house has invited repeatedly. they've legitimized that very message. >> she's being slammed for these comments that there's, quote, evidence. and donald trump earlier this week was slammed for suggesting right away that it was terrorism in the egyptair crash. did he jump the gun on that? >> the media has been going
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bonkers on the suspicion. they quoted tons of officials. egyptian officials have gone on record saying they believe it's terrorism. there's no 100% guarantee proof. it's leading people to believe. suspicions are leading in that direction. let's go back to hillary clinton's comments. isis could give a hoot about what americans and others say about them. they march to their own drummer. >> steve emerson, appreciate it. coming up here on the show, we're going to talk to donald trump a little bit later. target's new policy, letting customers use the bathroom with a choice now causing the company some major trouble. then she may look like a regular nun, but our next guest says she's anything but typical.
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the surface. getting to know her, she founded several religious communities, she reached millions of people, now in 300 million households. i got to be with her during the last 15 years of her life when she was in this long silence. you know, she had a stroke and she couldn't speak. she prayed and offered her suffering and sacrifice for others. and the amazing thing about this book is i'm able to capture this woman of enormous will who even surrendered her will in those last days. she reaches millions of people from a corner room in her monastery unable to speak, unable to really move, but she could still communicate in beautiful ways. i was with her during much of that period. i was able to witness this great sacrifice of this woman. and her last great mission. >> looks like you have a nice back and forth with her.
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can you share a story or two that really resonates in your heart about her? >> i'll tell you something so funny. you see what a force of nature she was. bob hope said her timing was better than most comedians he'd ever seen. and that was true. even during her last years, i'd be talking. when someone else the room, suddenly she fell asleep. i'd say, she was fine, she was laughing and engaged, but she just fell dead asleep. so that person would leave the room. the minute the door would close, her eyes would pop up, she'd drop the blanket and start laughing. she just didn't want to deal with these people. her spirit remained intact. so many people reading the book have told me they have found their own meaning in faith on the other side of this pain and suffering. mother angelica demonstrates
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that you can affect billions of people. i have had people who got off of drugs from catching a word from her during these 15 years of silence. >> i think we should be paying more attention to mother angelica rather than these hollywood stars and athletic heros. >> i'm with you. >> great new book. the book is called" mother angelica: her grand silence". >> pleasure to be with you guys. coming up, bernie sanders says that he is in it until the very end. >> we are going to fight in california and the remaining five other states to get every vote and every delegate we can. >> now it's do or die for the socialist senator. in california, we are live there next. then she put her life on the line to protect our country. but this marine was just banned from walking at her high school
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it's do or die for bernie sanders in the state of california with two weeks left until the primary there. sanders needs to win to stay in the race against hillary clinton. lauren blanchard is in san diego. good morning, lauren. >> reporter: good morning, guys. bernie knows he definitely needs to win majority of california's 475 pledged delegates, plus the pledge delegates from the remaining states left to vote to take his fight to the democratic national convention. >> we have an uphill fight in order to win a majority of the pledge delegates. but we are going to fight in california and the remaining five other states to get every vote and every delegate we can. >> reporter: clinton leads sanders by just under 300 pledge delegates. but factor in super delegates,
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and that lead grows to a difference of over 700 delegates. sanders has called super delegates, a system dumb and unfair and something he plans to change at the democratic national convention. california is a semi-closed primary, which means voters need to register as democrats or as no party in order to vote and they need to register by tomorrow. we can guarantee bernie sanders will be asking people to get out and register later today and tomorrow at a handful of rallies. >> thanks a lot lauren. we're also following these stories, a new chilling message from isis. the terror group calling on its followers to launch attacks here in the united states and also europe during their holy month of ramadan. isis considers it will be the most sacred period for acts of sacrifice.
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code, she said. and god save this english pop singer. she had one job, but she missed her cue. ♪ >> while standing in front of 90,000 stands, karen harding, she just froze and didn't start singing until the very end. the 24-year-old blamed the mistake on technical difficulties. when it goes live and there's that many people. >> here to fix our technical difficulties. >> or rapidly increase them possibly. we have a big pool party going on with some really brave kids. it will warm up this week, though. take a look at the map. a lot of people this time of year start to say, hey, what's summer going to look like.
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here is what noaa put out. pick your part of the country. either side of the country, above average temperatures we could be expecting. later in the show, i'll show you what to expect precipitation why. today, watch what happens throughout the day. we still continue to see scattered showers throughout the day today, tomorrow, and even into tuesday across the mid-atlantic and the northeast. down in the southeast, we start out really beautiful. and we've got really a pretty spectacular day across all of florida. into the northern plains, a little bit of severe weather also firing in the afternoon. especially areas of nebraska and kansas could be seeing a tornado or two. over towards the great lakes, you're looking beautiful. across the west, a little bit more sun, winds die down a little bit. over to you.
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it is national water safety month and we're closing out may with memorial day weekend. here with tips, lifestyle expert. >> nice to see you, too. thank you. >> so you really brought some color to our -- >> i did. exactly. >> you have great tips for an outdoor space. >> summer is all about the outdoors. so we want to create an inviting and comfortable space. my first tip is literally you want to just create a relaxing seating area. this sectional is great because it's neutral. you can have pillows and throws. they're colorful. >> where did you get these? >> all the outdoor furniture and accessories are from cost plus world market. >> love that place. >> it's really close. >> you can go there and get coffee samples. >> exactly. they're great because they're
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seating and also a side table. and then of course, you know, if you don't have a huge space for -- the cocktail station is my number one party tip. you want to create a self-service cocktail station so you're not playing bartender. all cups, glasses, ice, everything's right there. so they can seven themselves. >> this is actually just a potting bench. >> i decided to turn it into a drink station. and you can use a table, too. you can do the same thing on a great tray. >> some color here and umbrellas as well. >> sunscreen's important. so shade is good. of course another really affordable way is lighting. so string lights are all the rage. >> popular now. >> you would just see the z -- >> which are fine.
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but we like to take it up a notch. flamingos are really on trend, so are pineapples. i love mixing and matching lanterns. don't get caught up in everything has to match. just bring what you have outside. string lights. hang some lights in the front, in the back, and you're good to go. >> you're going to be back next hour. we're going to have some fun floats and games. >> water toys and pool party essentials. >> awesome. that's coming up later in the show.hank you so much. we want to thank best way for the power steel pool. tucker, anna, do you guys want to come out into the pool? >> kids, it's like they don't even feel the cold. >> they don't care. they're just having fun. coming up, donald trump is being called one of the most divisive candidates ever.
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welcome back, everyone. 43 minutes now past the hour. facebook kacaught red handed censoring conservative lauren suterland for even mentioning it. facebook also telling her her censorship comment was removed by mistake. kim jong-un trying to launch rockets towards the united
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states is also now matchmaking for his sister. the north korean dictator launching bachelor style dating competition to find her a perfect husband. suitors must be at least 5'10" tall and previously a member of the army. tucker? here's the question of the season. has america been consumed by identity politics? >> republican governors and legislatures are erecting one barrier after another that make it harder for black people to vote. it's a blast from the jim crowe past. >> we would work on japan, china and mexico because they're taking our jobs. >> the american people are sick and tired of billionaires running our economy and our political life. >> our next guest says this
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election has brought out the worst in american politics, and hillary clinton, bernie sanders, and donald trump are making it even worse. joining us now, linda chavez. great to see you this morning, linda. >> thanks, tucker. >> you believe all three candidates left in the race are exacerbating what you refer to as identity politics. >> absolutely. what's happened is, instead of emphasizes the one in our national motto, out of many one, the politics today is all about the many and it's all about appealing to people on almost a tribal basis. you have hillary clinton appealing to the black lives matter, to the whole question of people's membership and minority groups, to women. you have bernie sanders who's substituting for race, she's substituting class. then you have donald trump who's
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basically trying to tell whites they have to be worried because mexicans and chinese and others are stealing their jobs. i think that's very divisive. i think it started on the left. it started with so-called minority groups. now it's spreading to whites who are starting to feel anxious about their ethnic identity. >> i don't think you can argue that trump isn't divisive. but he's making a different argument it seems to me. bernie and hillary are saying the u.s. ought to offer spoils of our society based on skin color. trump is saying foreigners are a threat to americans. i haven't heard him say that white people are under attack by people of color. did i miss that speech? >> what he does say is that mexicans are stealing american borne jobs. he's said that -- he's -- his whole policy on immigration is
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not just to stem the flow of the illegal immigration. if you go right onto his website, he wants no legal immigration for at least two years until the native born have jobs. that's why you see some of the white eye departmenidentity gro on. it's why you see groups with -- >> hold on a second. with respect, all americans at the bottom of the income scale very much, in fact primarily black and hispanic americans, have their wages undercut by foreigners of any color who come here and work for less than they get paid. why is that a racial conflict? isn't it a national conflict? >> we could debate the politics of immigration and in fact every serious economic study that's been done has shown that in states with high levels of immigration, wages are actually
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higher, they're not lower. the people who are taking jobs as poultry processers and other respects are really people who are doing jobs that americans have assumed. so this is one of the, i think, misconceptions that trump is out there trying to promote. >> okay. but i just want to be clear. can you think of an instance where trump has said, hey, white america, people of color are taking your jobs or is that just something you're imputing to his speeches. >> what i do know when he gets busy tweeting, he tweets from sites for white genocide. and he made the point, not in his opening, not that illegal immigrants were bringing crime and were rapeiists. he said mexico is sending us
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rapists and criminals. >> so if you don't like mexico, you're a racist? >> we are an immigrant country. in fact, virtually all of us have some immigrant roots. people look at me and assume that my immigrant roots are mexican. actually, the only immigrants in my family came from ireland. i think this whole idea that we're going to pit one group against the other, the left has done it for years. it's now affecting others. i think the whole idea of victimhood is one that's not good for america. we're not victims. we don't need to be made great again. we are great. we are the greatest nation in the world and we don't need a strong man to come in and make us great again. we need the people of the united states to pull together, to think of ourselves as a family and as people who are made up
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from many different parts of the world, but we're not the many. we don't want to become multi-cultural. we have a culture. we are american. and we ought to be pulling together be one people. >> great to see you. thanks for joining us. coming up hillary clinton firing back after the nra endorses donald trump. she says he'll make the world a more dangerous and bigoted place. trump as first response to clinton's comments is happening here live next hour. you're not seeing double. adam sandler meets his doppelganger. that's next. what's it like to be in good hands? man, it's like pure power at your finger tips. like the power to earn allstate reward points, every time i drive. ...want my number?
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well, you know him from this classic movie. ♪ >> i liked it. >> were you awake yet inadam sandler has a doppelganger and the two share more than a similar face and he has the same name as sandler's new netflix movie. >> that's too weird that a character in one of his new movies has the same name as you. >> it's unbelievable. >> how did you come to meet he adam sandler from the picture you posted online. >> absolutely. he invited me out. he responded to the post saying come party with the better max
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kessler. >> you look like him, obviously for years. >> yeah. >> people come up to you for years and said are you adam sandler? >> yes. ever since i went to overnight camp in sixth grade and people go you look just like adam sandler. when i went to college freshman year people would say max kessler or adam sandler. >> you have a similar accent. do you get better seats in restaurants? >> now i do. >> what's your dating life like? >> it's taken off. >> has it been distorted by the similarity. >> it has. >> do they expect you to speck like him. >> can you do an impression. i did one for people out there. people are always asking me questions, asking me to do things. >> you know you have to do it
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here. >> i did it out in l.a. it was one of my favorite scenes. he's trying to get the ball clue the clown like we do at mini golf courses in "happy gilmore." and he turns to the clown and goes, "you're going to die clown!" . >> that's good. >> you had a chance to meet him. after this post that went viral. what did he say to you when he saw you for the first time? >> the first thing he said you're from new england? yeah, i'm from new england. we hit it off right from there. he asked me if i played basketball. still waiting for that one on one game. >> both celtics fans. >> i think he might be a knicks fan. >> i have a weird feeling you're going to be in an upcoming adam sandler movie. >> this experience is unbelievable. he has my number. give me a call. >> you're willing and able.
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>> i am. glad to meet you. coming up here on the show, hillary clinton takes aim at donald trump after he's endorsed by nra. she says he'll make the world a more dangerous place. trump's comments are here live. you wouldn't order szechuan without checking the spice level. it really opens the passages. waiter. water. so why would you invest without checking brokercheck? check your broker with brokercheck. [ "dreams" by beck ] hmmmmm...
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saying they were drugged by nbc. and told to starve themselves. the show's resident doctor now responding to these claims. "fox & friends," hour three starts right now. ♪ here comes summer ♪ ain't nothing hotter ♪ living in the water 55 degrees outside. that doesn't stop children jumping into our outside pool party. we're here with some pool tips. >> we're making a big splash ahead of memorial day weekend. >> i can't get past that story i was drugged by nbc. it may have happened to me. i was there for four years and i don't remember any of this.
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maybe they put a rufie in my decaf every morning. i'm going to watch that segment. >> i will too. we go outside to rick. >> reporter: you guys want to get in this pool. >> looks great. >> reporter: hot out here. >> yeah. sweating. >> reporter: it will be by wednesday. show you what's going on. we had this pesky disturbance across the mid-atlantic into the northeast for the better part of four or five days. cold front associated with it will stretch down through florida. florida cleared out, you're dry and sunny. we still have this system across the northeast for the next two to three days. we expect scattered showers off and on. another system out west that brought sno rain and winds across areas of the northern rockies. as it jets out to the planes expect to see severe weather across the central plains. tomorrow it barely budges to the
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east. still dealing with it on the u.s. severe weather all week long along the central plains. we heat up across the northern plains and east coast as well for this coming week. back to you. we're going to get straight to your headlines. three minutes after the hour because we had a fox news alert. police officer fighting for his life after being shot early this morning outside of boston. that officer from auburn was driving and collecting evidence when the shooting happened. the officer's family are at his side as police search for the shooter. no word who that shooter could be. we're following that story and update you with any news as it breaks. also this morning brand new developments in the deadly egyptair crash that killed 66 people. the chilling last few minutes revealed and eerie audiotapes released from the cockpit. >> egyptair 804 contract padova,
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sue 2-0. >> the pilot sounding calm. investigators not ruling out anything including terrorism as it is revealed protesters wrote we will bring this plane down in arabic on that exact plane two years ago. the search for the black box is under way as debris starts to surface more. >> bernie sanders on the attack. the democratic presidential candidate calling you want wasserman-schultz saying she will be out if he's elected. he supports her primary challenger. this after he repeatedly accused the dnc of favoring his rival hillary clinton. >> and shocking accusations against reality weight loss
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show, "the biggest loser." contestants said they were drugged by nbc. trainers reportedly forced them to take illegal drugs and starve themselves to lose more weight. this comes after a study saying metabolism and hormones caused most contestants to gain the weight back. nbc responded saying it prohibits the use of illegal drugs. what a wild story. also over eating causes weight gain. back to a story that's the drama within the democratic party right now. the split is becoming wider and the emotions are running higher than they have in many years on that side. bernie sanders is now saying that he is supporting the opponent of debbie wasserman-schultz. she's a conman but also the chairman of the democratic national committee and being
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primaried by somebody to her left. bernie sanders says i'm on the side of that guy not for debbie wasserman-schultz. >> in florida are you with wasserman-schultz or are you with her opponent? >> well, clearly i favor her opponent. his views are much closer to mine than wasserman-schultz's. let me also say this in all due respect to the current chair person. if elected president she would not be re-appointed to be chair of the dnc. >> suspicions are growing. at last check 90,000 signatures for debbie wasserman-schultz to step down. debbie #debbiedowner. they think she's been favoring hillary clinton. >> of course. this is the contest. the back story, we remember during the fall when everybody was like when you are going to debate so people can watch. nobody watches on saturday night. hillary clinton did pretty well during those debates.
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>> keeping files that the democratic party could have helped bernie sanders supporters. >> we covered this for months. the democratic party has and the sides on behalf of hillary clinton. all of them want to be an ambassador to belgium in the hillary clinton administration. it's a party that need to be a neutral arbiter. >> she's calling for an open election to let these independents in. if you look at the history of the democratic conventions, the reason they didn't want open conventions in the mast they didn't want moderate voice. they didn't want moderate voices in these conventions now hillary clinton representing the moderate voss in the party or establishment, bernie sanders supporters part of the left. >> superdelegates that they have. come on. "saturday night live" even referenced it last night in one of their big skits. >> there's nothing democratic about the democratic party. i'm hardly a bernie supporter
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but let's be honest when 90% of democratic voters are voting for the guy he's the future of the party. she's the past. when she says my husband is an impressive guy they never heard of him. >> polls head-to-head gyps donald trump he wins. hillary clinton against trump, trump wins. hillary clinton is firing back at donald trump's nra endorsement the other day. she was down in florida, speaking in florida at fort lauderdale at trayvon martin foundation. she was surrounded by the patience of victims of gun violence and she said this about donald trump. watch. >> the gun lobby is powerful. it's the most powerful lobby in washington. and we know that some candidates will say or do anything to keep them happy. you want to imagine what trump's america will look like, picture more kids at risk of violence and bigotry. picture more anger and fear.
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ask any of the mothers here tonight if they want to live in that kind of america. enough is enough. >> more kids exposed to violence and donald trump says he wants to do away with gun free zones. where do we see these mass shooting, at schools gun free zones where kids are sitting ducks. look at san bernardino and paris. if the good guys had guns maybe we would have a different situation. we had governor mike huckabee on earlier. he said she's hypocritical because she's surrounded by body guards who have guns. >> i hope that she's right about something she just said the gun lobby is the most powerful lobby because if so she won't be the next president and that's a reason to get on our knees and thank god. she's surrounded by people who are armed and has been for almost all of her adult life going back to the 1970s. most americans don't have that opportunity. they have to take care of
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themselves. >> one is gun violence has accelerated pretty dramatically under barack obama. she should explain why is that. hillary throws out this statistic. 33,000 killed by guns. two-thirds of those people, 21,000 were killed by their own hands by suicide. the democratic party is in favor of suicide, physician assisted suicide, the law in oregon. they are against that? >> right. >> what is the point here exactly? two-thirds are suicides so it's very misleading to include that in your total gun violence deaths. >> it's leaving out cities like chicago which has exploded in violence under the obama administration. that's always ignored. >> chicago which has the strigtest gun control laws in the nation. they blame wisconsin for it. >> big endorsement from the nra for donald trump, many are saying as a way for the republican party to be unified. donald trump will be on the
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program in 20 minutes and respond to those claims by hillary clinton in just a bit. terror becomes a top issue on the campaign trail after the crash of that egyptair flight a couple of days ago. who has a stronger message on the question of terror, donald trump or hillary clinton? governor jeb bush breaks his silence about trump's followers. >> what i fear is that people kind of looking down their nose will say people supporting donald trump are a bunch of idiots. their not. donald here again in moments. tired of working for peanuts? well what if i told you that peanuts can work for you? that's right. i'm talking full time delivery of 7 grams of protein and 6 essential nutrients. ever see a peanut take a day off?
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we're in a mess, folks. a mess. radical islamic terrorism. been looking at airplanes getting blown up in the air and lots of bad things happening. it's just not the same and we're going to bring it back. you're going to be proud of your country again and we're going to start winning again. believe me, we're going to knock the hell out of isis. we have no choice. >> terror and homeland security taking center stage on the campaign trail this week. >> the focus of fox news sunday this morning, hosted by fox news national correspondent our friend john roberts who is great to see this morning. good morning, john. >> good morning to you. trump also said the nra we'll win, win, we'll win so much mr. president stop winning we can't take it any more. >> i can't wait for that day. no one streers part but i can't resist since you're covering politics, what do you make of the divide on the democratic
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side? bernie sanders saying he would replace beeny wasserman-schultz immediately if he became president. seems like a big deal. >> this is one of the most interesting things i've seen in a long time. this political year is so unprecedented with donald trump and what's happening with him on the republican side and then bernie sanders saying he's supporting debbie wasserman-schultz's opponent in the august 30th democratic primary there in florida. he's a supporter of bernie sanders. then saying if he becomes president which nobody expects him to but you never know because it's a crazy year he'll fire debbie wasserman-schultz immediately. it's clear that there are such huge divisions here in the democratic party and this is one thing that donald trump is kind of counting on. he's got that big deficit among hispanic voters. how many bernie sanders supporters and we saw a little bit of this in west virginia, don't know how much it will translate across the rest of the country, how many bernie sanders voters is a protest against hillary clinton come out for donald trump in november? >> that's a fascinating point.
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this idea that everybody will fall in line, of course. everyone will unite around hillary clinton when all is said and done and the dust settles. the millennial vote which bernie sanders has tapped into, the youth vote may not get out of bed. >> yeah. they could stay home or decide to file a protest vote. could do it with donald trump. do it with gary johnson whose polling in double digits now as the libertarian candidate and according to our polling is drawing equally from both hillary clinton and donald trump. so he may not affect the overall outcome if he continues to draw equally from both but certainly kobe a place for some of those bernie sanders supporters could lodge their protest. >> john you know this so well. the question is why? why is this happening? >> why? because the political establishment with its blinders on and its tunnel vision has completely failed to read the mood of the american electorate on both sides of the fence. there are so many people in this
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country, and it would appear to be a majority on the republican side because if you look at the collective vote for donald trump and ted cruz it was up there around 70%, 80% and it's not that high on the democratic side probably more 40%, 45%. so many people in this country are sick and tired of sending politicians to washington and nothing getting done. that they are saying heck with all of you we'll go with somebody else which is why these alternative candidates -- bernie sanders is not an outsider but certainly outside the political mainstream -- are getting so much traction this year. we saw it in some of the mid-term elections. mississippi was a wake up call for republicans that they ignored. they breathed a sigh of relief let's go back to status quo. >> when it comes to politics of terror and hillary clinton painting donald trump as being reckless and saying that it was terror that blew the plane out of the sky. you have some guests coming up
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on the program on fox news sunday. >> divisive and dangerous is what hillary clinton said about donald trump. both of them, trump more forcefully both saying they suspect terror brought down egypt injury 804. we'll lead off the program with jeh johnson. we'll talk to him about that. talk to him about the long lines at tsa checkpoints, particularly midway in chicago and what the department of homeland security plans to do about that. there's an increase in other than mexican migration. we'll talk to him about that. mike mccaul will be here and we'll talk to pete sessions senator who is with donald trump's campaign. so back to you. >> thanks, john. great to see you this morning. >> we'll be watching. coming up almost pool party season and some cool tech to keep you safe while having some fun. we have top gadgets for your pool. a terrifying crash race car flying. heart stopping video you need to
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hello and happy sunday my friends. quick headlines for you now before you head out the door for chump. president obama en route to vietnam to continue what many are calling his apology tour. he'll visit vietnam and japan making a historic appearance at hiroshi hiroshima. he'll make amends before the bomb being dropped during worth
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war ii. a terrifying crash cents a race car flying through the air. what? >> huge accident. >> look at that. wow. it happened during the formula 3 championship in austria. few broken bones. all drivers involved expected to be okay. official start of summer less than a month away. now is the time to get your pool side tech gadgets in line. >> you boys and your toys. >> these are the best. people started in the pool with these. these are remote control boats. the tugboat -- the recommendation is never operate these with people swimming in the pool. >> what do they cost? >> the fireboat is, it's the
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real deal. >> that's awesome. >> the real deal. this thing will pile through the water. >> you just lost me for the rest of the show. >> i have to get behind the wheel. >> for 450 you get the fireboat and they comrady to run. you get the battery and you're in business. >> everybody needs some shoes while they are at the pool party. you got some bluetooth speakers that float. >> this is incredible. got a little water in it. but this floats in the pool. this is from ivation. what is that? it's an alarm you would be hearing if you were inside the house, there's an alarm associated with this safety device which protects the pool and this is for above ground pool. this safety buoy the pool needs to be calm. it doesn't come with a battery.
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you need your own nine volt battery. if a child falls into the pool or a pool up to 30 feet in length it will sound the alarm warning you that somebody is in the pool or an above ground pool or spa and they shouldn't be there. super loud inside the house. >> can you guys hear that? >> up to 200 feet away. it works. it's the highest rated safety device for protecting drowning, this is affordable. i want to show enthusiast. people who already have a pool, there's an amazing app and this app is what gives you control of your pool, so let's see if we can get the camera close enough for this one because there's a lot of details to it. you're very good with that. let me pull in. this is called iaqua lane. you virtually have any pool system you can control your bisexual your smartphone.
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why would you want to do that? you can turn on the pump. you can see what the ph balance is. turn on the heaters, waterfall effect. anything you have. what this let's you do you can save a lot of money. you know the expense of heating a pool or spa. this lets you monitor that from afar. you will have total control of that and saving a lot of money. >> clayton has mastered this. >> you ready for the race? >> best way for the power steel pool by best way. thank to you them for setting up this pool. >> to the cyber guy thank you so much. >> hillary clinton takes aim on donald trump after he's endorsed by the nra. >> you want to imagine what trump's america will look like, picture more kids at risk of violence and bigotry.
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picture more anger and fear. >> donald's first response to those comments is live next. >> this has a tight turning radius. ears we've helped one million business owners get started. visit legalzoom today for the legal help you need to start and run your business. legalzoom. legal help is here.
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so yoless intense?k out. there we go. which means you need to know your heart rate. when you're going up that hill. or holding up that post. or hiking on that trail. baaaaah! that was weird. or you want to know how many calories you burned. when you're doing this. or this. or this. or this. which means, you should probably wear this. beat yesterday with vivoactive hr. from garmin. welcome back. there's a lot of drama in the political world. we're joined now by the republican nominee donald trump. who joins us by phone. mr. trump, threw? >> good morning. >> good morning.
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so i want to run the latest poll numbers by. this is in "the washington post"/abc poll showing a lead of hillary clinton by two points, margin of error, 46-44. do you expect to pain taken that going forward for the next five months? >> we certainly hope so otherwise i wouldn't be doing it. i think we're doing really well. we have had some tremendous rallies. people are in love with what we're saying. you know i think we'll do very well. i think we'll do even better than that. she's ineffective. bernie sanders said she's not qualified to be president and he meant it and he said it because, you know, frankly with her decisions you look at libya, you look at offshoots of libya, benghazi, et cetera, et cetera, so many different things we can go on for days. when you look at her decisions, just bad judgment. she suffers from bad judgment. that's bernie sanders saying it. i mean he's been rather nice to her. he didn't pick up on the emails
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which i think was a big mistake. i'm going to pick out big league because she shouldn't be allowed to run for president. she has bad judgment and, therefore, should not even be qualified to run as president. >> she went after you last night. i'm sure you saw when she was down there in fort lauderdale, she was speaking at the trayvon martin foundation and said this about you. listen. >> donald trump said that in his very first hour as president, heaven forbid, he would overturn president obama's actions to strengthen background checks. he said that also on his first day in office he would mandate that every school in america allow guns in classrooms. every school he says. that's no way to keep us safe. if you want to imagine what trump's america will look like, picture more kids at risk of
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violence and bigotry. picture more anger and fear. >> wow. those are harsh words. she says trump's america will picture more kids at risk with violence and bigotry. what do you say to that? >> first of all those are just words. she's reading off a teleprompter. she doesn't have her own words. and she talked about guns in classrooms. i don't want to have guns in classrooms all on the highway some cases teachers should have guns in classrooms because teachers, things that are going on in our schools are unbelievable. you look at some of our schools, unbelievable what's going on. i'm not advocating guns in classrooms. remember in some cases and a lot of people made this case teachers should have guns, trained teachers should be able to have guns in classrooms. as far as bigotry our country has never been month divided than it is now. we have a president who is a total divider. and hillary is weak, she's a weak president.
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it will be four more years and probably four more years worse than what we've been going through. >> some say the republican party is the one that's very divided, but this nra endorsement is this a sign that the republican party is starting to rally behind you >> i was really honored to get this endorsement. i went there, i was the keynote speaker and i went to make a speech, frankly to the nra. we had a tremendous crowd close to 10,000 people. and they were giving standing ovations for every other sentence. it was an amazing energized crowd. and before i went out they announced they were endorsing me and i believe they never done that to a candidate that hasn't gotten to a convention yet. we have a convention coming up in a little while and we haven't gone through the convention. in some cases they don't endorse. they are a tough endorsements. the most powerful endorsement in all of politics. i was honored not for that reason but i was honored because
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they are really tremendous american people. these are great americans. they love the country. they want, beyond guns they want our country to being a great again. they want america to being a great again. my theme. and i was very honored to get it. i didn't know about it. and i found occupant about it just before i went up to speak. so speaking was very easy because you felt good. >> so i'm sure you tread "new york times," it's your home town paper, you're an avid fan. they have a list of republican donors, guys who have given millions in the past who say they are not supporting you. i'm sure you know all of them. under no circumstances they say are they giving you money. do you care? what does this mean? >> no, i don't care at all. these are people that won't have access to the white house and they one that. they can't tell me what to do like they do every other candidates. they endorse people like jeb bush. they would have had total control over jeb. they would have had total
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control over many people. many candidates endorse me. as far as the rickett's family i don't know the family. i know pete rickett, he's governor of nebraska. he's a great guy, really. a good governor. doing a good job. they talk about the rickett's family can't be talking about all of them because pete endorsed me the governor. >> in this article they point out that there's some contention. let donald trump fund it himself. he says he's a billionaire let him fund it himself. bernie sanders also taking you to task on whether or not you're a billionaire. listen to bernie sanders. i want you to respond. >> the american people also understand that donald trump cannot and will not ever become president of the united states. and it's not that trump is a
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billionaire or at least he tells us he's a billionaire, who knows. probably as broke as everybody else. he doesn't often tell the truth. >> your response to that. in this piece they point out $1.2 billion spent by the republican party in 2012 for mitt romney. of course we know where that ended up. are you prepared to self-fund all the way to that amount of money? >> what i have done and what i always said i would self-fund through the primaries and then make a decision. i have. i've spent about $50 million of cash and funded entirely other than the small donations through the primaries. now i'm helping the republican party through the, you know, rga, through a lot of different groups actually. but helping the republican party and we're getting it funded and we're dealing with reince preibus and everybody else. i'll be investing a lot of money. i'm putting in a lot of my own
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money. a tremendous amount of my own money in the race. i'm helping other people get money. i'm helping governors. i'm helping senators. i'm helping other people in the race. i think we're doing very well. i must tell you, i don't need these people put in. i don't even know most of these people. what they should do is talk about the you unification that' taking place. so many different people are with us. senators are coming out. congressmen are coming out. there's tremendous, tremendous unity happening in the party and that's been the big story. so i was not really surprised because it's in the "new york times." i call at any time failing "new york times." it's a failing newspaper. i don't see how it continues on much longer because you take a look at the economics of that newspaper. but when you look at what the "new york times" wrote they only
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wrote the negative. they had some of these people that will not have access to me. they won't have any control. they are people that want to put up money and if they are in the coal industry or any industry they want to have access, i'm going to take care of our industries properly like as an example energy, kocoal and othe industries. they have lost their access and they know that with me and that's the only reason. >> do you think the affected donors hassing changed the republican party view. the republican leadership is for open borders. party voters are not. do you think that's because big donors on the republican side are for more immigration? >> you know, i think you have two views on it p.m. i'm for strong borders. i'm for the wall. mexico will pay for the wall just in case you had any question without doubt. i'm for strong borders. i'm also for people coming in to the country, lots of people coming into the country but legally.
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a lot of people you mentioning the donors don't want that. they want people to come in for other reasons. you have to ask them what their reasons are. i don't think that's the primary reason. the reason is they have no control over me. i'll do what's right for the country. they have no control. as far as wealth is concerned, i bore rod a million dollars. the company is worth more than $10 billion. i filed my papers about a week ago. everybody is amazed at the numbers. i'm very liquid. to finance a billion dollars i would have to sell a building, have to do something like that. will i do that? i could. i have the option of doing it. i have a lot of cash and cash flow. would i do that? i don't know i have the option of doing it. i'm raising money for the rnc, i'm raising money for other republican groups, i'm raising money for people running for the senate and congress. i'm raising a lot of money for other people. also included in rnc we're going to work together.
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they have a great network. they built a great network which we need. they built over years they built a network in cities and in states throughout the country. you can't do that in the period of two or three weeks. so i'm raising a lot of money for a lot of people that are running as republicans and i would much prefer if i win getting in there and having a senate and having congress where we have the majority and right now ice going to be some close races. >> mr. trump, do you have any plans to woo bernie sanders supporters who are fed up with the system as bernie sanders is declaring war on debbie wasserman-schultz and some of his supporters are trying to get her to step down saying the system is rigged same talking point you used against the republican party before you became the presumptive nominee. your going to try to woo them to your side >> i hear and i look at polls and i hear a lot of those people are coming with us. what i saw, i think it's 38% or something thereabouts in west
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virginia that if hillary ran in west virginia as an example, i would get 38% of the people that bernie sanders people would come with us. that's a tremendous amount. i mean we would get a tremendous amount of people. but i'm hearing it's in the 30s and maybe it's, you know, i see different numbers obviously for different places. but some of the numbers are very high. a lot of the bernie sanders voters they do not like hillary clinton. they don't respect her. they think she's crooked hillary as i call her. she is crooked hillary. just look at her record. a lot of those people will come with me. one thing i'll say, bernie sanders and me, i'm no fan of bernie sanders but ooh he's right about one thing. trade agreements. we have the worse trade agreements. they are incompetently done. many of them are done for the donors that don't want to support me so you understand. those people would come with me. i would make great trade agreements bernie can't. >> mr. trump great to have you
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>> i hope you're getting overtime for this. >> ibm. what happened? they are comparing to it ibm. what happened? >> ibm under a court ruling was forced to pay overtime or make overtime eligible to 7,000 employees. what they simply did was reduce the base pay, paid overtime so nobody gained anything. the workers made the exact same amount of money. it's shell game. >> let's suppose you're running a business and a couple of people on the sales team. a couple make $40,000 a year. now you got pay them overtime if they make calls from home. which sales person doesn't make calls from home. you got to adjust that job. supposing you're one of the workers making $40,000 a year. your salary. occasionally in the past you could see a couple of hours off to see the doctor and then work from home. now have to rethink that. the job will adjust the business will adjust and the worker will adjust. no net gain that's my opinion.
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>> interesting. if you care about wages and i think everybody wants to see wages rise, you are arguing it's not possible for the government to just suspend math and tell people their wages will rise. >> businesses will automatically react to the new rules that come down the pike. i don't think the government should be in the business of controlling income whether it's $15 minimum wage or whether it's overtime for people who make less than $47,000 a year. essentially it's politicians getting right in the middle of the worker-business capitalist environment. >> will it work short term? >> i don't think so. if it weren't for politicians this is politicians buying votes. vote for me and you'll get overtime. for me to get 15 bucks an hour it won't work. >> it's out of step with the modern economy. there are certain companies that their employees at the office building. they have conference meetings. but the modern economy has
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individuals all over the country working hours that they can work to hobble together. >> flexibility is the name of the game in the modern economy. actually i also see this as a field day for lawyers. you can just see it coming a mile off. i had to take a phone call at 8:00 at night. i want overtime for that. i'm suing. it's a charter for a lawyer at grandizement. >> the northwest reliable donor base. >> you're absolutely right. that's what it is. >> work on a weekend. >> overtime. got it. >> coming up president obama's apology tour continues today. this time he's on his way to vietnam and he's going hiroshima to apologize for ending the second world war. we're live on the latest stoch his asian tour. stay tuned.p of
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hey, everybody. good morning. >> from beethoven to justin bieber americans will pay a pretty penny for celebrity hair. we don't mean a barber shop. >> this is crazy. will you guys pay for a bag of elvis' hair? >> look at this. take a look at this graphic. elvis presley's hair went at auction back in 2002 for $115,000. che guevara $100,000. >> he was a furry guy. >> napoleon only went for $13.
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>> justin bieber, $40,000. >> abraham lincoln is multiples of napoleon's hair. $39,000. willie nelson. >> had to be the whole braid. $37,000. >> that's unbelievable. most went for 53 grand and john lennon, people will take the dna and make clones of these people. that's what you would do. >> you run a barber shop. what would prevents you from sweeping up a bag of hair and selling it on e-bay. >> handmade barber shop. would you guys do anything when celebrities come in. sweep up the hair and sell it. >> not really. >> what do you do with the excess hair. you don't log the drains. >> it goes in the garbage. >> you don't stuff pillows with
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it or knit anything? >> how much it would go for auction? >> higher than napoleon? >> definitely. >> how about beethoven. >> how about willie nelson. >> that's a species of religion. if you're paying for hair that's like some kind of, you know, medieval in this. >> i collect comic books. that's where i draw the line. we didn't want to tell you. the ladies were trying to get tucker and i in these booths to get our hair cut. they've been telling us we need hair cut. >> you guys agree your hair is your strength and every time you cut it you get weaker. >> no. >> you look better. >> manmade barber shop. thank you for the chairs. thank you guys for coming in. >> hillary clinton pushing bernie sanders to dropout. because she did what president obama was in the lead.
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is it his turn to quit? the brand new interview everybody will be talking about today. that's next. >> we got to get your hair cut. >> yeah, we do.
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could make a big difference over time. i'm going to be even better about saving. you can do it, it helps in the long run. prudential bring your challenges good morning, everyone. it's sunday may 22nd, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. brand new clues. chilling last words from the pilot before that doomed jet vanished from radar and plunged into the ocean. >> and hillary clinton warns that if donald trump becomes leader of the free world buckle your seat belt ladies and gentlemen we're in great danger. >> you want to imagine what trump's america will look like, picture more kids at risk of violence and bigotry. picture more anger and fear. >> we just talked to trump minutes ago. we'll show you his response in just a second. president obama bringing
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back the apology tour. he started that. now he's going to vietnam and say sorry. next up hiroshima. we're live at his latest stop in a few minutes. "fox & friends" hour four. we start at 6:00 a.m. and this one is ready. ♪ ♪
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♪ you're not going to see this on tv. there's a lot of things going on here. above ground pool on 6th avenue. >> bathing beauties with flowers on their cap. an old art, old sport but with a new twist. >> the gotham synchro team. so magnificently weird. >> it's 55 degrees outside. they are undeterred. we're glad to see enthusiast morning, 9:00 a.m. hour. >> rick is standing next to the pool. >> reporter: this is the best thing we've ever had in the show. i've been on the show for ten years and this was probably the
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best. somebody else said this is the best booking ever. very nicely done producers. >> hop in and we'll play the music for you. >> this pool is icy cold. they will testify to that. it will warm up this week. let's show you what's going on. this is why it's chilly. had this disturbance here across the mid-atlantic and into the northeast for days for so much of really a lot of the month of may. very chilly across most of the east and that's the case for the next coupling of days. out across the east we have this system dealing with also, some rain, snow, cooler temperatures and today it will bring severe weather anywhere you see that yellow up and down the central stripe of the country we'll be dealing with threat for severe weather. tomorrow it moves off to the east. we have it again for tuesday right in the central part of the country and even into wednesday,
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thursday and friday all kind of the same area each day we have a threat for severe weather. along with that a lot of rain and some spots may be seeing five to six inches of rain by the end of the week. temperature wise we warm up quickly and take you through the next few days. if you're across the northeast hoping for warmer temperatures, look at wednesday readings in the 90s. there you go. >> thank you, rick. we'll start this segment with your headlines at this hour. police officer fighting for his life right now. being shot early this morning outside of boston. the officer from auburn was driving and collecting evidence we're told when he was shot. the officer's family is at the hospital by his side. police are searching for the shooter. no word who that shooter could be. we'll continue to follow this and bring you updates as we get them. brand new developments in the
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deadly egyptair plane crash that killed 66 people. the chilling last moments on the doomed flight now reveal an eerie audiotape released from the cockpit. >> egyptair 804 contact padova. 1-2-0. >> the pilot sounding calm reporting no issues to swiss air traffic controller shortly before the plane vanished. investigators are not ruling anything out including terrorism as it reveals protesters wrote we'll bring the plane down in arabic on that exact plane two years ago. the search for black boxes is now under way. exaggerator took the preakness and deny nyquist the win. tragedy hit the early races.
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home boy chris collapsed after celebrating his victory. in the fourth race another horse broke its leg and was euthanized right on the track. >> some of these horses perform better than the trainers themselves take care of themselves. they are pet animals and lovers and everything. we obviously have bad apples in every business. constantly work to weed those people out. >> he's now demanding medical records of the two horses that died. there's a million dollar night for joey logano. he won the all-star race. first time winning that race but getting to victory lane came with some confusion. nascar was trying a new format
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of two 50 lasted segments for the final last dash. >> those are you headlines. >> lap dashes. dangerous. hillary clinton was at the trayvon martin foundation in fort lauderdale, florida. she was there last night responding to the speech donald trump gave when he got the endorsement of the national rifle association. it was pretty over the top. wipe the sleep out of your eyes and remember this is real. >> we know the gun lobby is powerful. i believe it's the most powerful lobby in washington. we know that some candidates will say and do anything to keep them happy. you want to imagine what trump's america will look like, picture more kids at risk of violence and bigotry. picture more anger and fear. ask any, any of the mothers here tonight if they want to live in that kind of america. enough is enough.
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>> donald trump was on our show earlier to respond to her saying that he's pandering to voters before the nra crowd and he said she's actually hypocritical to have these secret service around her, these body guards that are armed heavily. listen. >> well, first of all, they are just words. she reads off a teleprompter. you notice she reads off a teleprompter. she always does. she doesn't have her own words. i'm not advocating guns in classrooms but remember in some case, a lot of people made this case teachers should have guns, trained teachers should have guns in classrooms. as far as bigotry our country right now has never been so divided as it is right now. we have a president who is a total divider and hillary is weak, she's a weak person and will not be a president -- it will be four more years and probably four more years worse of what we're going through. >> hillary made the point imagine what donald trump's america will look like.
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i know what obama's america looks like. it is more divide. more people living on the street behind me. this country is in a lot of trouble. that's the only reason trump exists because people are completely freaked out about the way it's going. this is a president pushing transgender bathrooms on a country that doesn't know what they are. that's somebody who seeks to divide the country. don't lecture to me about division. >> what bernie sanders has been tapping into across this country he's been fired up and angry at debbie wasserman-schultz. his campaign has basically been saying her twitter account, debbie wasserman-schultz is rivaling if not exceeding the disgusting tweets that he says donald trump has been putting out. and he's fired up. look, she's facing an election right now in florida. he said he's not going to support her, he's supporting her opponent opinion listen. >> in florida, are you with w h
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wasserman-schultz or are you with her opponent? >> clearly i favor her opponent. his views are much closer to mine than wasserman-schultz's. let me also say in this all due respect to the current chair person. if elected president she would not be re-appointed to be chair of the dnc. >> they complained in the past about debbie wasserman-schultz and the placement of those dabts on saturday night that wouldn't draw large crowds and sanders campaign not having access to some files and data for a period of time that the clinton campaign was allowed access that could have brought on more supporters. they say the system is rigged for hillary clinton against sanders. >> boy. >> super delegates. >> look what's unfolding in the new rules invention. we don't want bernie sanders supporters speak out, we don't want anybody heckled. hillary clinton was just asked on meet the press to respond to this with chuck todd.
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here's her response. >> i wanted to make it clear that i know what this feels like having lived through it. i have 3 million more votes in the case of obama and myself it was neck and neck in the popular vote. i have far more pledged delegates. it was much closer between me and obama. i'm going to be the nominee. i want to spend a lot of my time, as you've seen me do really taking on trump because i find what he says, the kind of candidacy he's presenting to pose danger to our country. >> chuck, presumably asked her the question, because earlier this week she came out and said i'm the nominee. i got this. it's not over yet. i got this. >> would you say this? i think she would be the nominee. but when you say i'm already the nominee that's a sign you fear on some level you won't be the
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nominee. they are worried. why wouldn't they be. this very different. this is an ideological contest. with hillary and obama they agree on basically everything. bernie and hillary don't agree. he thinks she's a phoney. they are not into it. it's a religious movement for them. i don't think they will back her. >> also exposing how weak of a candidate she could be come november in the general election. it's not going to be so easy. >> a match-up right now new poll shows bernie sanders in a head-to-head match-up with donald trump would beat him. hillary clinton head-to-head with donald trump would lose. >> this doesn't shock me at all. sanders prescriptions are insane and turn news to venezuela in a week. his descriptions of what's going on in america is not that far off. it's a wage problem. people don't have enough money or jobs. the middle class is dying. trump is saying the same thing. that's why they are both doing well. >> let us know what you this about this. go to our facebook page.
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you can weigh in. leapt us know your thoughts. >> 12 minutes after the hour. president obama heading back on the road for what many are calling his apology tour. first stop sorry vietnam we're live on the ground there next. >> the biggest loser bomb shell. did the reality show drug its contestants? did nbc give drugs to its contestants? that's the allegation. >> unbelievable if true. wow. soon.
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president obama's apology tour has been eight years in the make and back on the road this
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morning with stops in vietnam and then on to hiroshima, the city where the second world war ended. >> kevin cork is traveling with the president in hanoi. good afternoon, good evening, kevin. >> reporter: good evening from hanoi. president obama bringing with him an ambitious agenda as he makes his way here to hanoi, vietnam and then later to japan. he's expected to hand here in vietnam in little over an hour from now. we'll have that for you here on fox news. it's a major trip because the president will try navigate some fairly sensitive waters including the past history between the countries, twooitwo between the u.s. and vietnam and the bombing of hiroshima. security cooperation is expected to dominate the headlines because the vietnamese would like to expand arm sales from the u.s. for their own security. united states for their part would like to do it but there's
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a thorny issue of human rights as well as the past ban which is now decades old on some arms sales to the vietnamese. that could change here during the president's visit. we expect to hear a bit about that. of course there are american veteran groups back home who say the president needs to make sure he focus on the mia issue and return of remains of american servicemen who have been kept here in vietnam since the end of the war and all of this is ahead of the trip to japan where another historically significant event the bombing of hiroshima is expected to dominate headlines. the president said he will not apologize in any way for the bombing of hiroshima or nagasaki. however he's expected to address the issue. just a couple of things i want everybody to keep in mind as you view this asia trip from sort of a 30,000-foot level. number one, security cooperation will be a major component. how to thwart the destabilizing threat of china.
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does that mean more arm sales here in vietnam and what does that mean as far as u.s. and japanese cooperation is concerned. number two, navigating those very sensitive waters, guys, as it relates to the bombing of hiroshima and of course the path between the united states and vietnam very thorny issues, indeed. i'll have it for you again. the president is expected to land here a little more than an hour from now and i'll have it for you right here throughout the day. for now, back to you in new york. have a tiger beer for us. >> the fact he's in hiroshima. of course it's an apology. what else is it? >> he book ended his presidency the beginning of his presidency going to germany with his apology tour and then at the end. >> i'm sorry. fox news alert socialists fill the streets of venezuela.
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venezuela is collapsing into chaos. people living inside that socialist country taking to the streets this morning. protests include food short jags and hyper inflation leaving the hamburger costing $107. the government is doing military drills preparing for the worse.
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it's a much different story than a few years ago when venezuela was being praised by the america left. an article entitled hugo chavez's economic miracle. here's a personal story of the effects of socialism on actual people. the weirdest thing about venezuela it was not always like this. it was a real country. massive oil reserves. educated country. how did this happen so quickly? >> left wing politics, tucker. this is what happens when you actually create a socialist state. this is the recipe. karl marx never creates utopia. he creates disasters. venezuela is a wake up call for those millennials who think bernie sanders will creating
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paradise on earth. >> you saw this in your own family. hungary was a real country. under the soviets it became something different. >> my parents were in00 fwary after world war ii which was a nation behind the iron curtain, taken over by the soviets. in the space of just six years this country went from being one of the most advanced nations in western europe, the co-partner to the austria-hungary empire and became a basket case. as soon as more and more power was taken by the communist power, the economy tanked. my father was in prison as an anti-communist agitator. he was forced to work in a coal mine by the communists because the economy doesn't work. when you break the laws of supply and demand, then everything goes south. venezuela is the sixth richest oil nation in the world. they now have rationing of food. tucker, the president, listen to
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this, said to women, don't use hair dryers because we don't have the power from the power stations to run your hair dryers. it's like monty python. >> what's so strike is so resistant to evidence these ideas are. we both grew up in a country that fought a lot about socialism. it was obvious it didn't work. as a practical matter why have these ideas so discredited by actual events retained their hold on the left? >> two things, i think, tucker. 199, november 9th, we won the argument. the people on the wrong side of the iron curtain took down the berlin wall. they said enough. but 20 years later, 25 years later it's back. two reasons. why? because the left distorts history. they have this argument oh, it's not socialism itself it was just badly implemented. wrong. it's socialism itself. secondly and this appeals to the
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youth i guess, i'm a little bit older than the millennials. you're promising perfection. you're promising paradise. as a conservative you know you can't perfect human beings. you should just get out of their lives and allow them to have liberty to run their own existence. the left says we'll give you perfection and that's where the danger begins. >> you may think organized religion is ludicrous but not have as stupid of what replaces it. thanks a lot. >> thanks, tucker. coming up hillary clinton ramping up her attacks on donald trump. >> do you think that donald trump is qualified to be president? >> no, i do not. >> glad we got that question out of the way. certainly to be the nastiest election in american history. our next guest says oh, yeah it's going to be. and the biggest loser bomb shell. did nbc feed drugs to its reality show contestants?
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against donald trump in the fall, and i do not want americans and good thinking republicans as well as democrats and independents to start to believe that this is a normal candidacy. it isn't. >> hillary clinton ramping up attacks against donald trump especially after new fox news latino poll shows a key part of her base has an unfavorable opinion of her. the gloves coming off. are we about to witness the ugliest race in history. so let's ask john. you've seen these new polls. i want to put up these unfavorable polls. donald trump, hillary clinton not well-liked. hillary clinton is getting close to donald trump's unfavorable ratings. among month rates, 49%. >> both have negatives. hillary's is more likely to be permanent. she's been in the public eye for 25 years on the national scene
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and her negatives are related to fact, what do you like least seven out of eight voters say she's dishonest, she lies, she's corrupt. we've seen this from whitewater through travel gate all the way to now with the clinton foundation that she has these permanent negatives. >> why are they changing so much. you recall her popularity rating while she was secretary of state was in the 60s. >> not really. in fact she had negatives. what's changing now she's running for president and it seems the same old hillary. scandals. e-mail service scandals with ties to potential donors for the clinton foundation is really just, you know, re-opening of a bad wound. trump is take advantage it because hillary has been after him to raise his negatives and his negatives are going away and his favorables are increasing. i've seen this before for candidates particularly i worked for prime minister netanyahu, frank rizzo, arnold
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schwarzenegger. >> let's look at his unfavorable. 28% among republicans. among conservatives, 39%. among undecided 80% has an unfavorable view. is that the key undecided. >> 26% of all voters are undecided. they are voting 35% for hillary, 34 for trump. the rest are for independents. tinting thing, our poll is a-week-old. there are polls now like fox news where trump is ahead. even today "the washington post" released their poll and they have trump ahead by two points. his favorable/unfavorable match hers in "the washington post" poll. like we had from our polls a month ago we had his positives rising four points and his negatives down five. by him playing offense with hillary he's able to, you know, increase his favorables and lower his negatives.
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>> it's helping that bernie is attacking him. >> her allies launched the national negative campaigns on trump, tens of millions of dollars trying to keep his negatives high because the only path for her to win is to make his negatives higher than hers. >> fascinating. we're in for a brutal campaign season. >> ugly is the path for hillary. >> great to see you this morning. >> tucker over to you. >> that sounds like a lot of fun. to your headlines. we start with a fox news alert. a police officer was shot today outside of worcester, massachusetts has died. coming from our fox affiliate in boston. these are live pictures coming in right now from the scene. the officer was from auburn a town in the central part of the state. he was driving and collecting evidence when he was shot. the officer's family is at the hospital by his side. police are still searching for the shooter. no word on who that might be. we'll continue follow this and bring you updates as we get
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them. she signed up to serve this country but that's not enough for marine megan howard. they refused she walk graduation. they insist she wear a cap and gown instead of her uniform. she said no. a fellow classmate brought her down to sit with her classmates. the school respond by saying she could have worn her uniform underneath her cap and gown but that's against the dress code of the marine corps. shock accusations against the weight loss reality show "the biggest loser." ex-con testants telling "new york post" they were drugged by nbc. trainers there reportedly forced them to take illegal drugs and starve to lose more weight. this comes after a study that says genetic, changing metabolism and hormones caused the contestants to gain their
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weight back. they said they chose unhealthy practices and mine games. nbc network responded by saying it prohibits the use of illegal drugs. that story continuing to unfold. and now rick with the weather. >> reporter: we have chilly temps for new york city. >> we do. >> reporter: you're open for a warmer weekend. all right. sorry. come back wednesday. going to warm up by then. show you what's going on. a lot of people ask what will the summer look like. nobody puts out it's seasonal outlook. here's what june through august meteorological summer will look like according to the folks at the prediction center. a little bit cooler and a little bit above average precipitation as well. areas across the central plains taking above average precipitation. same goes for the nuclear northeast mostly new england. rest of the country average,
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kansas of typical precipitation. today more rain across the northeast, mid-atlantic, southeast spectacular. severe weather all along the central corridor from north dakota to texas and out across the west rain and mountain snow in the northern rockies. back over to you. memorial day weekend unofficial kick-off to summer is days away and will include pool parties and, unfortunately, have some scary things happen like drownings. check out these stats. from 2005 to 2013, 3,500 drownings annually. here to show us how to keep our kids safe is the director of pool management and training brendan. good morning. thanks for being with us. let's first talk about drowning because it's something that parents need to be aware of. >> we're used to bay watch image of a kid splashing and crying
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for help. if somebody is drowning and not able to get enough air to cry out. it's important you understand,000 recognize a child who is in distress. >> earlier in the show we highlighted a lot of gadgets that will go off, be a alarm that will go off if the water is disturbed and a parent is inside. we should not be depending on these devices should we. >> exactly. waterfall layers of protection but no substitute for supervision. you need to designate an adult water watcher who is at the pool watching the kids not doing anything else. splash alarms are great. gate, barriers, self flashing gates are important. you have to have someone watching the kid. >> parents with kidos at home okay this is the summer time to teach kids how to swim. you're against water wings and other things why. >> it promotes a false sense of
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security. you're more likely to think they are okay. they can deflate. they can come off. they can even trap a child's face down in the water. >> i'm going to keep my eye on my kid. what about teaching the kids to swim. water wings might keep them more face in the water. >> if they learn how to swim at a diagonal angle they won't learn how to save themselves. they have to learn how to swim face down in the water so they can glide the wall. >> let's go over here with one of the kids. it's not all about the kids splashing with big arms. >> they need to take breaths, having face under water, staying under water and relaxing. learning how to float and be buoyant. that's more important. >> some very strong kickers here
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this morning. kids thanks for coming out. are you having fun? >> yeah! >> all right. brendan, thank you so much. also want to thank howard frame pools for bringing out the pool. the economy is the number one issue on voters mind. why is hillary clinton talking about guns and global warming when it's still about the economy? maria bartiromo is here to weigh in next. and hillary and bernie return to "saturday night live." >> remember i told everybody to stop talking about your damn emails. what a schmuck. >> remember when you beat me by a lot and then i got most of the delegates.
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making quest for his sister. he's looking for the perfect husband for his sister. must be 5'8". a graduate of the communist country university having served in the military and a former party member. kim jong-un botched a similar attempt due to his high standards and personal flaws of her. a california veteran reunites with a kitten. he started caring for the feline after he spotted him at the baghdad airport. knowing the cat's chances of survival was slim he contacted the spca to take him home. so far so good. welcome back. at the top of the hour nearly 20 years after bill clinton's campaign coined the phrase it's the economy stupid a new poll shows majority of
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voters still feel the same way. >> shocking james carrville scrawled that in the clinton war room. maria bartiromo is they're break it down host of "sunday morning futures" which starts in 15 minutes. >> it's mystery. obviously over and over again we hear the economy, jobs number one issue. and you just don't hear it from hillary clinton. in fact just the other day when she said oh, i'm going put my husband in charge of the economy because knees how to do it. right there that sentence alone was such a -- it just showed such a lack of understanding of really what's important for the american voter today, and her lack of understanding on how to do it. she's already told us what she wants to do. she has been push sod far to the left by this democratic ideology of higher minimum wage, higher health care costs, bigger government grip on business, reigning in industry.
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she told us what she wants to do with the economy and that's going to lead to businesses sitting on cash and not really investing. >> pretty similar formula. it's a smart point. run on middle class economic issues and one win. the counter pressure is coming from donors who have other pressures. they want to feel virtuous and in touch and progressive as they push things like global warming. >> that's why we're seeing these unconventional candidates do so well. donald trump's tax plan include as 15% corporate tax. now what a 15% corporate tax would do for the markets and economy? it would create a boom. the question on trump how does he pay for it because this is going to add to the deficit. but if he actually moves the needle on economic growth that will pay for part of it. he gets the economy back up to 4%, 5% which would be unbelievable that will create jobs, and certainly part of his goal is to bring money back from overseas. he'll get companies to bring money back from overseas.
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he's zeroing in on just the economic issues that will lead to job creation. it's true. >> with hillary clinton trying run on her former husband's -- excuse me former president record. is that a good idea. yesterday charles payne said yes the economy was good. >> let's not forget we were on the door step of a new era. 1990s. we were going into the year 2000. we had a dot-com boom. there was a lot going on in the economy one bill clinton. having said that he did balance the budget and lead to a surplus. and it was major job creation because of what was going on and probably part of his politics. that's not where she is right now. i mean her ideology, she speaks about it every day about what she's going to do with the economy and that is reign in business. she wants to raise $1.1 trillion in new taxes.
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if we were to see taxes go even higher what do you think that will do to small business? will they be more apt to higher? >> president obama's overtime rules we've seen a shift. we were talking this morning about the shift, how they have to shift salaries around. newt gingrich is on today. >> he'll talk about this. another thing hillary wants to double down on is obamacare. obamacare is one of the key reasons why businesses are not hiring. newt gingrich will talk about that and talk about this major divide going on. bernie sanders, you guys were just talking about it. bernie sanders against debbie wasserman-schultz, what will happen come the convention. we'll talk to newt gingrich. live president of the san francisco federal reserve coming on, john williams. he'll give a big speech tomorrow. >> i know for a fact i'll watch that show. thank you marksry a. >> in ten minutes. coming up here on the show, may national water safety month. that doesn't mean you can have some fun. we have some perfect pool games
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remember when i told everyone to stop talking about your damn e-mails? what a schmuck! >> and all those states like wyoming where you beat me by a lot and then i got all the delegates. i don't really like people. i just talk to them because i want to be president so bad. don't tell. don't tell. >> i thinkthy know. i'll leave. >> never. ♪
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>> thank you so much for watching "fox & friends". >> we'll see you next weekend. bye, everyone! >> and emoji balls. here you go. ♪ good morning, everyone. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures". the race for the white house shaping up as a nail-biter. polls show donald trump and hillary clinton are neck and neck. what numberings are saying about the electorate right now and the challenges both candidates are facing. plus, will interest rates go up? where are the jobs? all eyes on the federal reserve as we await their decision. we're speaking with the president of the san fran fed live. long lines at tsa security checkpoints across the country with the summer travel season fast approaching. we're looking

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