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>> a 25-year-old first tried to trick police by sticking a penny in his mouth. finally, waving a flag saying "i'm back." he made headlines two years ago in florida for a hoax bomb. "fox & friends" starts right now. good morning to you, it is murz, april 26. i'm ainsley earhardt. meanwhile, you have heard hillary clinton say this many times. there's brand new evidence she broke the rules and lied about it. >> i guess it's not that big of a deal. and just how loyal are
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donald trump fans? roll this. >> what did you think about when he showed the video of hick leg wrest wrestling vladimir pup ttin, wa that pretty crazy? >> we'll have more on jimmy kimmel that really happened. and just in case you didn't know, your mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪ we will we will rock you >> yep. they are just tuning up. this morning out on the plaza we have the civilian military combine. it's essentially an obstacle course that does involve all sorts of special things. especially today, abby huntsman
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is joining us, as you can see, she's out there. and she -- it's an obstacle course. >> blatantly it's very heavy. looking good out there, abby. >> we'll have fun out on the plaza. they were building this late last night. meanwhile, we have a lot to go over. we need an extra hour. >> we can do it in three hours. let's try it. a new report finds that hillary clinton did violate state department rules when using her private e-mail server. >> in violating right there in that picture, the scathing report giving donald trump fresh ammo to take aim at his rival. >> oh, man, it's an 83-page report. the national correspondent john roberts is already committed in bismarck, north dakota, because he knew he wouldn't follow him. wait a second, donald trump is there next. >> i live by the theory, brian, that it is difficult to hit a moving target. good morning to ainsley and
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steve. we'll get to donald trump and what he said about hillary clinton's e-mail scandal in a minute. first of all, we're in bismarck as donald trump will be speaking at the petroleum conference outlining his energy policy a little after noon today. but i expect when donald trump wakes up in california in the next little while, we'll hear him talk about president obama. the reason for that is at the g7 conference in japan, mr. obama, president obama weighed in on donald trump and the way he's perceived by world leaders. listen to this. >> but they are rattled by it. and for good reason. because a lot of the proposals that he's made display either ignorance of world affairs or a cavalier attitude or an interest in getting tweets and headlines instead of actually thinking
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through what it is that is required to keep america safe and secure and prosperous and what is required to keep the world on an evil keel. >> president obama saying that world leaders are rattled by the prospect of donald trump becoming the president. the man is more interested in tweets than headlines. i expect in the next while we'll see a tweet from donald trump responding to that. yesterday he was in anaheim, california, focusing heavily on the scandal surrounding hillary clinton and her e-mails. and the state department inspector general's report said she did not follow the rules. donald trump predicting yesterday that she may not make it until the november election. here he is. >> hillary, as i say crooked hillary, crooked hillary, she's as crooked as they come. she had a little bad news today, as you know, from some reports that came down that weren't so good. but not so good. inspector general's report, not
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good. >> more protests marked the rally yesterday. a rowdy, boisterous, 14 arrests, not violent like in costa mesa, california, or in albuquerque the other day. but donald trump spoke to paul ryan the other night said to have a good conversation. no sign of a paul ryan endorsement. remember the other day the trump allie ryder stone said mr. trump contributed to a fund for kathleen willie to pay for her mortgage so she could talk about what happened with the clintons in the 1990s, he was misinformed that donald trump did not contribute. although i strongly support donald trump, he was not among the hundreds of donors and friends who are voluntarily helping me save my home. i have never been paid by anyone in the trump campaign to say anything.
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i've nev >> every donald trump speech is full of news as well as a jimmy kimmel appearance. on the hillary clinton e-mails, it gets confusing. it was written for a lawyer and not to be read for an entertainment value. but i take away this. no matter what brian fallon says as a spokesperson, fundamentally, she was never given permission to do it. when asked by junior staffers, what is going on in the private e-mail and should you be doing that? they said, don't you ever bring up hillary clinton's private e-mail again. so she was never told to do what she did. she knew it was wrong and everyone else was told to hush it up. and there was at least two attempts to hack into it. >> that we know of. and the state department yesterday could not say definitively whether she was hacked. here's the thing, with the ig report, it revealed that for the most part everything that we have heard from hillary and her aides regarding the e-mail situation has been a lie.
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we talked to anybody about anything regarding the e-mail, you know, and i'm cooperating with the investigators, not true. hillary did not talk to the ig. neither did her top aides. jake sullivan, cheryl mills, they all refused to talk about it. >> i thought that was interesting, she did not talk to the inspector general. and also, she did this on a private server. that's what is different. some other politicians did use personal e-mails, but what is different about her case is she used her own server. she got her own server down in the basement and did it to be able to keep things private so that the government, public individuals could not see -- >> although yesterday it was embarrassing because at one point, brian, mark toner was asked about, what about this e-mail where humus says a lot of state department people are not getting your e-mail, you should get a state department account. she said, no, let's use another
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device. i don't want anybody to be able to see these particular e-mails. >> and just to your point, ainsley, when e-mail was just beginning, contindoleeza had ov 1200. this was eight years later, condoleeza rice never used -- >> she had private e-mail but not a gismo in your house. >> good point. she acts like everyone did it. it just adds to the theme of what is going on in terms of judgment? what about leaving national secrets on your private server? >> and believing you're above the law. it's a judgment call, you're right. it's going to give donald trump a lot of ammunition going forward. and donald trump was on with jimmy kimmel last night. was were probably asleep if you're up this early in the morning. so we walk in this morning and our wonderful producers put together some sound from the jimmy kimmel interview.
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jimmy kimmel said, you used to be friends with hillary clinton, you invited her to your wedding. he said, hey, i'm a business man. >> donald trump supporters love him. they sent the reporter out. and you remember once upon a time, donald trump said, i can go out on fifth avenue and shoot somebody and people would still love him. people love him regardless of what he has done and said in the past. watch this. >> what did you think about the moment during donald trump's big press conference this morning when he did that one-arm push-up, was that impressive? >> that was pretty impressive for an older guy, not bad. >> reporter: how many push-ups did he get, almost five? >> i would say almost five. >> what did you think about when he showed the video of him leg wrestling vladimir putin during the summit, was that pretty crazy? >> that was pretty crazy. a down earth guy leg wrestling him is pretty sweet.
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>> what did you think about donald trump saying he would build a new extending to mexico because mexico is mexico and they come in through there, too. >> we are under threat and this is what we need right now. he's no nonsense guy and will handle business. he'll take care of us. >> what did you think about donald trump announcing he's hoping to make separate security lines at airports for people of -- should it speed things along? >> we had a pretty long wait at the airport. anything that speeds that up, i'm for that. >> was it cool when donald trump fired a gun into the air during a press conference? >> it was. that's again one of his many traits trying to be different. it gets him the attention he needs. >> what did you think of donald's man to put a person on jupiter by 2018? >> well, why not. >> it's a gaseous giant. >> so what? he'll figure something out. donald is a genius!
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>> that was before donald trump came out. so it was "the donald trump show." >> i think it is brilliant. >> it's live witness news, brian. 6:11 here in new york city. time for headlines and we start with a storm in my hometown. >> yes, in kansas. it's actually your hometown, steve? holy cow. take a look at this. we have breaking news coming in overnight. a monster tornado tearing through america's heartland. the scene in kansas being described as total chaos. a twister packing winds of 100 miles per hour. at least 25 homes completely wiped out. it was half a mile wide and stayed on the ground for, listen to this, an hour and a half. thankfully, though, no reports of injuries at thist firefighte to door to make sure that no one is trapped. large tornado. >> look at it cross the road.
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>> oh, my god, dude. >> good news happening there, the twister took a last-minute turn avoiding the nearby town of chapman. chapman was devastated by a deadly tornado back in 2008. that twister carved a path six blocks wide. we'll bring you more on this as we get it. we are praying for folks there and their safety. a fox news alert to bring you right now, a private investigator caming casey anthony admitting to killing her 2-year-old daughter caylee. anthony paid for her legal fees with sexual favors. something her lawyer now denies. anthony coming out of hiding nearly five years after she was found not guilty of murdering her daughter caylee. anthony was seen as a west palm beach fort dealership picking up a brand new suv. and details about the man arrested for shooting drivers on a busy highway in a phoenix area. he spent 16 years in jail for murder. james walker accused of shooting at six cars on the beeline
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highway injuring two people and even shot at a police car. he managed to run from cops for four hours and disappeared into the desert. police found his car abandoned in a ditch. he was found half a mile away near a rifle. walker spent 16 years behind bars and shouldn't have been able to have gotten a weapon. and those are your headlines. we are worried about the folks in kansas, steve, your hometown. >> we are going to hear more from there shortly. meanwhile, still ahead, remember when the head of the v.a. said this? >> when you go to disney, do they measure the number of hours you wait in line or -- what is important? what is important is what's your satisfaction with the experience? >> well, people don't die in line at disney. now a new scandal is unfolding. tens of thousands of vets blocked for treatment for no reason. the whistleblower who broke the story wide open joins us live next. and a priemeltdown as a
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passenger yells kicking and screaming the plane will go down. the full story ahead.
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i'm afraid that there's going to be somebody that's going to have a drawer full of applications that are in their desk that have never been touched and they're going to
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start working on them, that cannot happen. and they need to talk to the verp team prior to just imputing those applications into the system because we got to make sure that there's no deceased veterans being enrolled. >> wow. a shocking new whistleblower reports shows nearly 22,000 veterans have been placed on ineligible status for health care. scott davis is back. we hope, scott, to go to you to talk about everything that has gotten better, but unfortunately that's not the case. tell us what you found out. >> thank you for having me, brian. what we discovered is that 22,000 veterans were placed illegally in an ineligible status for the v.a. health care benefits. v.a. was supposed to respond to the oig report about the 800,000 veterans in the backlog. by the way, 307,000 of those veterans died waiting for the applications to be processed.
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instead of the v.a. going through the applications and enrolling the veterans, we are reviewing records so people can get enrolled. they just decided we are not going to bother and started declaring people ineligible. now 22,000 brave men and women who served our country have lost their health care benefits illegally. and that's a shame. >> so here we go, this thing breaks in 2014 in fee niphoenix. we find out about the scandal with people getting incentives messing with the applications. guys like you come out and become whistleblowers and things are supposed to change. wait times are high but we have been better. we have been better serving our veterans. and you say, you have observed no change, no improvement, more manipulation? >> more manipulation. and if you listen to that tape, the audio that you just played, it clearly shows that v.a. managers have decided that they don't want to do a full investigation because they know
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many people who should have been enrolled are deceased. they also know that their applications for v.a. health care all around the country, some in people's desk drawer, some in large filing rooms, some in large databases that no one has checked, no one has reviewed, and because of that it's a lot easier for the agency to claim false accomplishments and just mark people as ineligible. >> financial incentives go to the different centers when they reach certain quotas. and instead of pushing people to work harder, it is pushing people just to cash in and screw the system. >> exactly, brian. and in our case, everyone involved in this backlog, this illegal process of making veterans ineligible, has been given a promotion. the process has gone on for two years. and i think we have to take this argument to the president. i think the american people should reach out to the
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president, four, five six -- >> unfortunately we are up against the clock, the president has this -- he's not picking up the phone. scott davis, thank you so much. when we come back, we talk about guns and a katie couric investigation as well as john wayne. he would be 109. we'll talk about his legacy. ♪ ♪ (singing) you wouldn't haul a load without checking your clearance. so why would you invest without checking brokercheck? check your broker with brokercheck.
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we have some big news coming out of hollywood this morning. johnny depp is divorcing his wife amber herd citing irreconcilable differences. amber is asking for spousal support after a year of may remember. johnny depp asking the judge to reject her support. sources say the couple has no prenup. and rob lowe is reportedly
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in talks to become kelly ripa's new cohost. he would be terrific. this two weeks after michael strahan's rocking departure. you might remember his drama surrounding the removal. kelly ripa said network execs never told her about the change after being together on the bar stools for four years. >> bar stools. bar stools without the alcohol. where is the bar? >> we are on bar stools right now. >> that's right. he's arguably the most famous cowboy of all time. >> any man that doesn't want to cooperate, i'll make him wish he hadn't been born. >> you would think a thousand bricks would fall on you. >> pilgrim, you caused a lot of trouble this morning and might have gotten someone killed. someone aught to belt you in the mouth, but i won't. i won't. the hell i won't. >> and today we are remembering john wayne on what would have been his 109th birthday.
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joining us right now is the duke's son, ethan wayne. ethan, 109 years, tell me about the dad you grew up with. >> well, the one i just heard in my ear sounds like when i got a full report card. i got the same voice and the same attitude. >> where did the nickname "the duke" come from? >> when he was a boy, they had an air deal, and he used to hang around the local firehouse. and the dog was called "the duke" and the guy started to call him "the little duke." his real name was michael morrison and once he got the nickname "the duke" he never let it go. >> we have some bandannas onset we are doing in honor of your dad. what is the significance of the bandan bandanna? >> we wanted to come up with something east that people could do to create awareness and raise some funds for the john wayne cancer foundation.
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i don't know if you know, but for 30 years john wayne has been a leader in cancer research, education, awareness and support. he's responsible for biopsies and trained 150 searchable fellows. we have the largest, one of the largest melanoma tissue suppositories in the world. each one of the doctors trained operates on 400 to 600 patients a year. that's 100,000 people a year now getting cutting-edge treatment in non-invasive neuro surgery, prostate, gi, melanoma, so a significant footprint in cancer and we wanted to do something to draw awareness to it and raise some funds. so put on a cowboy hat, put on a bandanna -- >> or cowboy boots, right? >> anything western. or if you want to share a story about someone who showed grit in their fight against cancer, we have the social media campaign
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called #showyourgrit. >> and he had cancer in '64. it took his life 15 years later. so it was a battle that rocked your family. >> we are close to a cure. >> what are you going to do later today? >> i'm going to have a shot of this later in his honor. i'm going to wear a bandanna and we'll kick off the showyourgrit campaign. he continues to help people through their fight with cancer, whether he inspires them and gives them a little extra energy to face the issues they are dealing with, or a caregiver has to deal with issues of somebody they are taking care of, it's a fun way to create something for people to do to think about him and to do something good. >> absolutely. and you can't stop a bank robber. every time that somebody uses
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#showyourgrit a dollar goes directly to the john wayne foundation. i hope everyone puts #showyourgrit in your feed today. >> thank you so much. coming up, did katie couric try to silence gun supporters. claims of deceptive tricky editing in her new documentary. we'll play the tape so you can see for yourself. and as you all know, it is fleet week here in new york city. perfect time for healthy competition. coming up next, our own adley huntsman versus the coast guard. and happy birthday to stevie nicks who is 68. somewhere she's wearing a dress. ♪
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of course, as you can tell by our audience, it is fleet week here in new york city. that's right. that's right. fleet week or as civilian men call it, no luck on tinder week. ♪ >> you saw the military men and women in the "tonight show audience." that was special there and this is special here. >> it's a military combine obstacle course set up in front of "fox & friends." our own abby huntsman is going to square off against the u.s. coast guard. >> that's right. we have the coast guard, we've got the navy and the marines. you have abby out there. she's going to take on the coast guard. leah gabriel is going to come in. we're going to go out there and do it, too. >> you're going to do it. >> you're going to do it too,
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right, brian? >> i feel like we have done it. all right. meanwhile, we'll talk a little bit about politics. you know what? turns out donald trump was out on the west coast. while out there, he sat down with jimmy kimmel who asked him a great question given the fact that hillary clinton has declined the invitation by fox news to show up at a debate opposite bernie sanders. what would that open up for maybe donald trump and bernie sanders? listen to this. >> here's the question from bernie, he asked, hillary clinton backed out of -- hillary clinton backed out of an agreement to debate me in california before the june 7 primary, are you prepared to debate the major issues facing our largest state and the country before the california primary? >> yes, ament. how much is he going to pay me? when we did the republican debates, fox had 24 million people, the largest in the history of cable television. we would have such high ratings, and i think i should give, take that money and give it to some worthy charity, okay?
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>> so if it was done for charity, you would do that. >> i would pay a nice sum to charity and love to do that. >> here's why i wouldn't say it's out of the question. because they said that donald trump is going to win, he's got to find a way to get bernie sanders voters to him. so if he's able to do that, be polite and show how dramatically his different his policies would be from a socialist. and then they say, this guy is somewhat reasonable. >> i think it's a great idea. >> bernie sanders may do it. he said, game on. i look forward to debating donald trump before the june 7 primary. would hillary clinton at this point, if there were a debate, would she regret being a part of it? >> there's zero chance she would do it. on this program we suggested donald trump inject himself into the democratic primary out in california. so maybe with this he will. stay tuned. meanwhile, yesterday a big crowd in anaheim and a little bit more action outside as well.
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that was not the only place there was action. >> extreme weather to tell you about. a monster tornado ripping through america's heartland overnight. >> yep, two dozen homes wiped out as a twister wreaked havoc through central kansas for nearly an hour and a half it was on the ground. >> oh, my god, dude! >> maria molina is live in abilene, kansas. maria, what are you seeing right now? >> reporter: that's right. we are just north of abilene, kansas. this tornado really ripped through this area leaving behind all kinds of heartbreaking scenes. you can see the damage behind me very extensive. some of these things really unrecognizable. we have been driving around throughout the morning doing a damage survey and setting up our live shot this morning. and again, just unrecognizable scenes. we have seen cars that appear to be destroyed. power lines on the ground, trees down, and many roads continue to be blocked because of the trees that are blocking the roads out
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there. so again, the damage out here, the scene still very raw and a lot of pieces to be picked up by the residences across kansas. like you mentioned, this torn was on the ground for a very long time. so the path of damage is extensive and we'll continue to bring you images throughout the day. unfortunately, we expect another round of severe weather and potentially a greater one today anywhere from texas up into parts of kansas, nebraska, even extending into portions of iowa. the threat for violent tornadoes for damaging winds and very large hail potentially the size of baseballs continues out there across parts of the plains. make sure to stay safe. over to you, heather. >> please stay safe out prayers everyone in that area. kicking and screaming, a passenger flows herself in front of the cockpit door just as the frontier flight begins to takeoff. watch.
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goodness. those tense moments happening as the jet was taxiing to the runway in denver. it was caught on camera by another passenger on board. flight attendants now being praised for trying to get the woman off the floor. she was taken to a hospital for treatment. and a dallas man leading police on a dangerous high-speed chase with his infant child helplessly trapped in the backseat. >> what is this guy doing? what are you doing? stop! stop! >> wow. it gets a lot crazier than that. the man starts speeding erratically through traffic and driving the wrong way to avoid police. he ditches the car, scales a fence and makes a run for it. cops were then able to remove -- look at that, the 6-month-old baby from the backseat of the car before pursuing the father. they found him occurricowering bathroom at a starbucks. that man is now facing multiple charges including child endan r
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endangerme endangerment. glad the child is okay. katie couric has raw audio just released that shows the film's editor trying to embarrass gun rights activists. here's the edited version. watch. >> if there are no background checks for gun purchasers, how do you prevent felons or terrorists from purchasing a gun? >> okay. so now listen to the original interview. >> if there are no background checks for gun purchasers, how do you prevent felons or terrorists from walking into say a licensed gun dealer and purchasing a gun? >> one, if you're not in jail, then you should still have rights. >> the edited version shows
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activists giving blank stares when asked about the question. and two armed robbers stormed a video game store in maryland. that little guy punched the guy in the stomach two times with a fluffy toy in his hand before being shoved out of the way. then the robbers held clerks at gun point. they demanded cash before taking off. both got away and the little boy is hailed a hero. he'll go on to be a police officer in the military one day. what a cutie. let's go outside to ainsley where we have workouts going on. >> hey, heather. it is fleet week as you know. it is 2016. this has been going on for years here in new york city. and what better way to welcome them than with an obstacle course here on our plaza. >> first up is the united states coast guard. [ cheers and applause ]
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we have superstar abby hnuntsma. we have garfield griffith here. >> thank you so much. we are excited to be here during fleet week and are excited to tell you what the civilian military combine is about. >> when was the start? >> 2011. >> it's to get joe public out. they can run and we have guys from all branches of the military and the fire department and emt that run together with the civilians. >> that's why it is the civilian military combine. >> that's right. >> we have a civilian right here. abby getting into position. are you ready? all right. >> you'll do great. >> you'll start the clock, right? >> we'll start the clock. let's go. here's abby huntsman versus the coast guard. walk us through it. >> sure. we start off with the -- they do kind of a similar to crossfit
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kind of exercise where they can do kettlebells and barbells. >> the other guys have weights on their back and she does not. >> yes. they are in the coast guard so basically you do this for five minutes. >> be careful for the wire! >> then through the mud. we'll hit the rock wall. it's a ladder wall. when you get up there, it gets pretty high. she's in good hands, i think. >> you have the team around her, number one, right? >> that's a big thing. you're running with each other, not at each other. >> she made it over the top. >> they support each other. >> you have a huge race september 10. but you want people to just be doing this all the time, right? >> go abby. come on, girl! >> yes. we do this all the time at the military base. this is a great obstacle. it's 15 feet she's about to run
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up. >> all right, there you go. >> way to go! be careful! be careful! >> great. >> come on, abby! they are a little ahead of you. >> all right. >> come on, abby! >> look at that arm strength. good job. >> abby, that is awesome. good job. >> your family's got to be proud of you. >> i'm going to call them. >> what was the hardest part? >> i'm scared of heights. so you get to the top and are like, whoa, how do i get off this thing? >> your brother plays football -- >> he graduates tomorrow. the other is a fighter pilot. i have a whole new appreciation for what you guys do. >> so we just saw abby do this.
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we got pete henson that will do it this morning. and leah gabriel. >> how about you guys? >> and ainsley will do this. >> what is wrong with the guys? >> thank you very much. >> thank you, great job. >> the big race is september 10th. over at fort hamilton. meanwhile, coming up and caught on camera, a man running right onto the tarmac as the plane takes off. we have now learned security breaches like this happen nearly once a week. stunning new details just released. nexium 24 hour introduces new, easy-to-swallow tablets. so now, there are more ways, for more people... to experience... complete protection from frequent heartburn. nexium 24hr. the easy-to-swallow tablet is here.
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"independence day" now comes out "resurgence." ster that hits sequel to the theaters soon and we have the sneak speak. >> we have the vice president of market i marketing, michael tammero. >> "independence day 2: resurgence" comes out june 2. will smith is not in this one but his son in the original comes back as the main character. we have an exclusive never-before-seen sneak peek. the movie is not yet finished so this is a first look.
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>> we've gotten worse, much worse. >> mr. president? >> doctor, you're awake. >> very much so. >> why are they screaming? >> no, no, no. they are not screaming. they are celebrating. >> celebrating what? >> the big reveal is that the doctor who we all thought died in the first movie is back. >> i remember when the movie came out 20 years ago, "independence day." it was jarring because the white house blew up and congress, it was realistic and scared the living daylights out of people. >> robots like to blow things up as you can see. he's very good at it. and this movie is so special effects heavy they are going right up to the wire for the final cut. there's no final cut that exists right now. >> and it opens --
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>> opens up june 24th. i actually shot a seen in albuquerque last year. >> you star in the final cut. it's a big >> it was 12 hours. >> wow. >> it's the most -- one scene is the most painstaking process. they shoot at every angle. this is great. one and done. go off on your day. but that was -- >> we're done every morning. >> michael, thank you. >> all right, coming up, a man running right un -- on to the tarmac as plane takes off. we're learning about this and apparently this happens once a week. the shocking report just out. there's a good chance the water is filthy and full of bacteria. >> oh, no. >> dr. marc siegel is live at the pool with details. hey, need fast heartburn relief?
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we are back with the fox news alert. we have seen this before, a man pushes through the emergency exit, runs on the tarmac and tries to stop a jet liner. >> it's scary to think of a security breach like this is even possible. but a bombshell new report reveals that it happens nearly every single week. >> wow. >> there he goes. >> from fox 4 live, live from dfw airport. good morning, saul, what is this
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all about? >> reporter: good morning. well, you know, according to that associated press report, some intruders they scaled barbed wire fences like this one behind me or simply walked past vehicle check points. others crashed vehicles into fences or even concrete barriers. these breaches happening about every ten days at one of the 31 major airports. incidents like the one you spoke about. man in the tarmac in washington, d.c., airport there. these incidents are fairly undercounted because the tsa and airports have refused to release complete information. or they don't label these understand dents as breach -- incidents as breaches. last year the a.p. dug through records and san francisco, las vegas and philadelphia had the most breaches. here at dfw airport that number is nine. for example, in 2004, airport
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employees who were late for work, they jumped over the fence, was seen walking on the taxiway. in 2012, a 28-year-old man squeezed through the perimeter gate and he was stopped 50 feet from the end of the runway. in 2013 a construction crew used a crane to bring in building material over the fence. happening all too often, according to experts. take a listen. >> what that says is the government saying we're not going to talk about security. just trust us. and then the u.s. public goes, yeah, that didn't work so well in 9/11. >> now, the airport did not explain the discrepancy. some airports argue that releasing such information that could expose vulnerabilities, they point out that get past the gates they don't get too far because they are caught quickly. so, guys, just an fyi, we have been here an hour or so at the airport. and just now, police are showing
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up to find out what we are doing. but again, we have been standing out here just, you know, giving an example of the security at some of the airports. >> thanks so much. coming up next, she's been e-mailed.
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good morning. it is thursday, it's may 26th. i'm ainsley earhardt. tail end of the week. well, the scene is being described as total chaos. while you were sleeping look at that. tornadoes ripping through our country in the heart land. >> right up on it. >> we are live on the ground showing you the damage. meanwhile, it shocked many when the jury let casey anthony off the hook in the murder of her daughter and now a private investigator who worked on her case says she admitted to killing her daughter. plus more shocking details. now we've got this.
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you have heard hillary clinton say this many times. >> i fully complied with every rule that i was governed by. >> it turns out that's not quite true. brand-new evidence she broke the rules. what does this say, steve? >> she's been e-nailed. >> she's been e-nailed and yet your mornings are better with "friends." not hers. ♪ >> there she is. that's abby huntsman our own. you see her on tv a million times. she's the one in yellow shorts. and you're look at her going through an obstacle course. called the civilian military combine where civilians like abby combine in this case with the coast guard. it's all part of a great program they've got. look at that. this is live right now.
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we have some more people going through. pete hegseth will run the course. lea gabrielle will run the course and then towards the end of the program, the woman we're sitting next to, ainsley earhardt, will be covered with mud. >> i am watching very closely, because i have to learn about how -- i have to have my strategy ready. i can't wait to watch pete versus lea because it's navy versus army. pete was in the army, she was in the navy. >> and abby has two brothers in the military. they're certainly watching. we appreciate their service, especially as we get set to -- to not notify, but to recognize memorial day. >> yeah. this weekend. >> it's complete week here in new york city. that's why we have the festivities. in the meantime, some terrible weather to talk to you about and heather joins us. this happened in the county i grew up. >> in your hometown too. abilene, kansas. we are praying for the folks there. maria molina on the ground there live, but let me bring this to you so far. breaking overnight, a monster
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tornado tearing through america's heartland. the scene in kansas being described as total chaos. the twister packing winds of 100 miles per hour. at least 20 homes wiped out. that tornado was half a mile wide and stayed on the ground for an hour and a half. thankfully no reports of injuries at this hour, but firefighters are going door to door to make sure no one is trapped. >> large tornado. >> oh, my god, dude. >> that twister avoided the town of chapman. chapman was devastated by a deadly tornado in 2008. that twister carving a path that was six blocks wide. well, stunning new details to tell you about this morning about the man arrested for shooting at drivers on a busy phoenix arizona highway. he spent 16 years in jail for murder. james walker accused of shooting at six cars on the b-line highway. he even shot at a police car.
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he managed to run from cops for four hours. and then he disappeared into the desert. his car was abandoned in the ditch. he was found half a mile away near a gun. walker spent 16 years behind bars and should not have been able to get a weapon. well, for the second time this month, spacex will try to launch a rock fret the florida base, attempting the first staged landing in the atlantic ocean. >> four, three, two, one, zero. >> spacex will launch on top of the upgraded version of the falcon 9 from cape canaveral at 5:40 eastern p.m. tonight. the aerospace firm pulled it off last time on may 6th when it launched and landed the drone ship. those are your headlines. >> thanks, heather. >> private industry. >> yep. meanwhile, a brand-new revelation by the state
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department, blowing the hillary clinton e-mail scandal wide open. >> yeah. that scathing report giving donald trump some fresh ammo to take direct aim at his rival. >> wow. fox news national correspondent john roberts is live in bismarck -- he has a summer home there. no, that's where donald trump is headed next. >> he is. he is going to be here. good morning, brian, at the conference, outlining his policy, according to steve miller, and not steve miller of big old jetliner, but steve miller of the trump campaign. he will draw a contrast between eliminating good paying energy jobs including countless june onjobs, and mr. donald trump's plans on adding more jobs. we expect to hear from trump on president obama and what he said a while ago at the g7 summit in japan. mr. obama suggesting that world leaders are on edge about the
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prospect of donald trump becoming president. here's what he said about an hour ago. >> ignorance of world affairs or a cavalier attitude or an interest in getting tweets and headlines instead of actually thinking through what it is that is required to keep america safe and secure and prosperous and what's required to keep the won even keel. >> reporter: president obama saying that world leaders are quote rattled by the prospect of donald trump becoming president. in anaheim, california, yesterday afternoon, donald trump went after hillary clinton hard on the state department inspector general's report that she did not follow the rules having that private e-mail server. here's what donald trump said yesterday. >> hillary as i say crooked hillary, crooked hillary, she's as crooked as they come. she had a little bad news today as you know from some reports
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that came down, they weren't so good. but not so good. inspector general's report, not good. >> reporter: donald trump also held a fund-raiser for the rnc yesterday at the home of a prominent republican donor. $25,000 was the starting price to get into that and he had a phone conversation with speaker of the house paul ryan. it was said to be a good conversation, but still no sign of an endorsement of donald trump from the speaker of the house. >> right now we have judge napolitano. hiding, lying, dodging, she has been e-nailed. she said that the server was allowed, that i'm cooperating. now as it turns out, server not allowed. she has been stone walling. >> this is a devastating 80-page report issued by the inspector general of the state department. a person appointed by the president confirmed by the
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senate to monitor the state department in the kerry years. this is jerry's inspector general. it puts the lie to some of the things she has said. she said i didn't break any government rules. we're not talking about espionage. the fbi is not involved at this point, what i did was allowed. this demonstrates conclusively what she said was not allowed. that she broke all of the rules with respect to diverting 100% of her digital communications to her private server. here's something that's new in here. occasionally the server in the basement in their home in chappaqua went down and she decided to go dark. because she was terrified of having to comply with the freedom of information act. that somehow the public would know what she said. so she either had her aides read documents aloud to her on the phone or she chose not to communicate. >> so also, what about the junior aides who were told to
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keep quiet when they spoke up in 2010 and said, why is she using a private server? they said don't you ever bring that up again, about the secretary of state. >> and how many times has hillary clinton said i encourage my people to cooperate with all investigations. i can't wait to talk to investigators. >> it's a lie. >> did she talk to the investigators, no. did any of her people talk to the investigators. no. condoleezza rice, colin powell, madeleine albright and chief aides all spoke to the investigators. >> will there be an indictment? >> i don't know if there will be an indictment. is there enough evidence to indict? yes. if the justice department presents to the grand jury there's more than evidence -- >> why wouldn't she be indicted? >> politics. >> there might be a political decision from the west wing or from the justice department. i hope not, but it's not out of the realm. >> plus, this is completely separate from the fbi criminal investigation. >> correct. >> this is -- that department
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saying yeah, we blew it. >> remember when she said, it's a security review? well, we know that's not the case because the fbi doesn't do security reviews. this was the security review and she flunked. >> i this is somebody from the -- from the democratic administration, appointed by a democratic president, for her successor. >> correct. >> let's move on. jarring news out of west palm beach down in florida yesterday. >> i thought that case was over. >> casey anthony was seen buying a brand-new ford escape suv at a dealership down there. as it turns out, we discovered a couple of days ago, court documents released from the private investigator on her case revealed that apparently her defense attorney, jose baez, told him that she killed her daughter. how can -- it's interesting stuff, but isn't this guy -- even the private investigator bound by the rules he has to
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keep quiet? >> yes. here's how this came out. anthony files for bankrupt city yet she was buying a car for cash. and jose baez, who was here many times in that era when this crazy case -- >> friend of geraldo. >> right. when this case was being tried. in the case of him saying she owes me money, why is she out buying a car, he told the court how in his opinion she paid her legal fees. >> which was? >> sexual favors. now -- to mr. baez. if that's true. it's profound violation of legal ethics. >> what about murder though? >> on the other hand, he cannot reveal what he learns about a case. when a lawyer's representing a client and hires people to help him, secretaries, clerks, investigators, those people are bound by the same attorney/client privilege as the lawyer. ainsley asked a great question during the break. do defendants who are truly guilty admitted to their
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lawyers -- admit it to their lawyers they don't. they don't trust the attorney/client privilege will be upheld. >> well, he is saying not only did she admit to murdering her daughter but that the body will be found in a marsh area. >> and let's find it before anybody else does. >> and she paid him in sexual favors. >> he jeopardized his own p.i. license -- >> she owes him money? >> yes. he may lose his own license by being a private investigator. >> does he have to show receipts that he got paid? how do they find out that this wasn't hearsay? >> the bills are unpaid, and then -- and then the court will take some of her assets. it's a bankruptcy case including this car that she's now buying. >> why is she buying a car?
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>> that's what started all this. if the local news hadn't shown her buying a car, we wouldn't be talking about this. >> mr. baez did not respond to the request for a comment. not surprising. >> not surprising. >> this all happened in orlando. >> figuratively and literally, brian, right on both count, mr. kilmeade. >> thank you. how long has it been since you used one of these? >> what is that? >> for our -- it's -- it's a disc. a floppy. >> asks the 20-year-old in the studio. >> it's costing you billions. remember when the head of the v.a. said this? >> when you go to disney do they mease the number of hours you wait in line? what's important is what's your satisfaction with the experience. >> this morning a brand-new scandal is unfolding. iraq and afghanistan veterans. pete hegseth has the details. i take these out...
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well, it has been a disastrous week for the v.a. first v.a. secretary comparing wait times for veteran care to
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lines at disney. >> then a whistle-blower report revealed nearly 22,000 vets have been blocked from treatment for no reason. here with his reaction, captain pete hegseth. >> good morning. >> not surprising. >> no not surprising. we get numbed to numbers -- 21,000 individuals who served our country, and effectively administratively deleted. scott davis said, false accomplishments. the v.a. wants to show that it's -- he's a whistle-blower you had on earlier. they want to show progress. rather than identifying who deserves care, many of which are deceased because they're so fallen by hind, they deleted the 22,000 who have no access to care. >> so mcdonald makes the stupid statement about disney, the analogy, but has he improved things? and he hasn't improved things. it's actually gotten worse in many respects. in fact, we talked to a
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whistle-blower who's been blowing the whistle while still working at the v.a. for the last two years and he said this stuff is going on and people are hiding all their failures. listen. >> the managers have decided that they don't want to do a full investigation because they know many people who should have been enrolled are deceased. they also know that their applications for v.a. health care around the country some in people's desk drawers, some in large file room, some on large databases that no one has checked. no one has reviewed. because of that it's easier for the agency to claim false accomplishments and just mark people as ineligible. everyone involved in this backlog, this ineligible process has been given a promotion. >> unthinkable. >> they're worried more about
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the dead people being in the active files. >> many are waiting for over 30 days, and appoints over 100 days have gone up 26% yet funding has goeg up 90%. what bob mcdonald and barack obama has done is doubled down on the system. mcdonald could have said we're going to expose the real problems. he didn't have to own the problems. instead he decided to kind of cover it, work around and he got captured by the bureaucracy and now he's defensive of it. >> for the most part, we're the only ones covering it. >> indeed. >> coming up shortly -- we saw our friend abby huntsman a little while ago go through the mud run in front. lea gabrielle is going to square off against you, pete hegseth. >> i don't like my practices. i'm in suit. this might be ugly. >> the navy versus the army.
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glad you're up. quick headlines now to make your day better. for the first time ever, china is set to move subs into the south china sea. thactivity there. it's unclear when they will be deployed but u.s. officials said it would only ramp up military reactions. jaw dropping scene in florence, italy. a sinkhole opened up and split a busy street completely in half.
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water rushing through the entire row of cars. they were swallowed up by the gaining hole. the chaos unfolded along the arno river. no one was hurt. need some dirt. ainsley? we are approaching memorial day weekend and the water your kids will be swimming in could be making them sick. fox news medical a-team doctor marc siegel is joining us from the pool in new york city. good morning. >> good morning, ainsley. you know, from the ages of 1 to 4 the number one cause of accidental death is drowning. this is a huge, huge problem. luckily, we have guys like jim spears -- swim jim, the president of the safer water foundation. what jim does is the hotel pools during the day -- the hotel doesn't use them. but you use them to train kids. this is really important. first thing, the first "s" is
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water safety. how do you keep it safe especially when the centers for disease control is saying that 80% of the water is filthy. what do you do? >> well, the safer three has three responses so if you worry about the cdc type of idea, you want to make sure you can see the pool drain viz yably. and chlorine will kill most issues in the water. >> the second one is safer for people. what age can you start to train children to swim? >> so we start kids at 2 month, we take them all the way to adults. 2 months to 6 months program is a free program to get the children introduced to the water. then once they start at 3 years of age, then they start doing more of the skills of swimming. you have the babies and beginners here. >> and you told me you have to have the fence around there. the third is rescue. in hollywood, you see help me i'm drowning. but three's not the way it is in
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real life, right? >> no. >> how is it in real life? >> children drown without a sound. >> show me. >> linda? linda? >> no sound. no sound. >> no sound. their head is down. she's got -- throw it out the her. so the idea is reach -- >> wow. >> reach or throw. don't go. and pull the child in. and then let someone know. so that's the idea that we teach children. reach or throw, don't go. let someone know. >> you get them out of the water. >> get them out of the water. >> how much time do you have to save them? >> if they're face down in the water, brain damage starts in two to three minutes. >> start cpr, lifeguard cpr trained? >> any cpr at this point of time. cpr is always changing. >> should you always have a lifeguard at a pool? >> you should have a life guard at a pool or if it's your backyard pool, you should have a water watcher. that's a responsible person.
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watching the water. that's not on their phones, not on the ipad. that's not going inside the house to get a glass of water. they're just focused on their child. and what's going on in the pool. >> final thing, what are you teaching a young child to do to if they're in trouble? >> roll on the back and float so they can make a decision. to hang on their back and float. make a decision, or cry for help. roll over and swim to the wall. >> great suggestion. ainsley, back to you. >> great information for us, dr. siegel, thank you. coming up nearly a dozen states standing up against president obama's new transgender bathroom policy in public schools. texas is leading the fight and that state's attorney general joins us live ahead. and our fleet week physical challenge on the plaza keeps up. last hour, abby huntsman ran the course in 93 seconds. can pete hegseth and lea gabrielle beat that time? we'll find out.
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we have got a fox news alert. look at these images. devastation in the heartland this morning after a massive tornado tore through central kansas overnight. >> yep. two dozen homes wiped out as the twister carved a path of destruction. they say a half mile wide. >> large tornado. >> look across the road. >> oh, my god, dude. >> maria molina is live at the center of all the devastation in abilene, kansas. maria?
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>> yeah, that's right. we're just north of abilene, texas, and that's just outside of is a lie thats, kansas, as well. we know several injuries as well. fortunately, minor injuries, but where i'm standing, you know, we havebeen surveying the damage. i haven't seen a home near us. the nearest home is a couple hundred yards but the damage and destruction left behind is very extensive. we are talking about someone's lives here. all kinds of items that we have seen scattered about on the ground. here it looks like what appears to be a shingle. some of the objects are unrecognizable. but here and there, we do spot some objects that belong to the people that lived in this area. a basketball out here, a volleyball left behind over here. we even found an umbrella. and even people's clothing. just thrown about out here. back there you can see the clothing that we found. so of course our prayers are with all of the folks out here who worked very hard and saw in a few seconds a tornado come through and cause all of this devastation. we do know that a red cross
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center was set up nearby for the victims of the tornado. we do know that the threat will continue. but back here it does appear that there was a home beyond the trees. we'll be bringing you more images throughout the rest of the morning. it appears to have been a home, but a lot of destruction and possibly the foundation of the structure. today, we could be seeing additional severe weather. the very same storm system will bring another risk for severe weather and we're talking a greater risk today, extending from texas up into portions of kansas including this area right here. they could be seeing more violent tornados ripping through. even further north across nebraska and iowa. a large section of the country, we'll be looking at and facing the possibility of more tornadoes. very damaging winds. and large hail. yesterday, we had reports of baseball sized hail and that is a possibility yet again today. and by the way the risk continues in through friday again as the storm system continues marching east. stay safe out there, from texas to parts of the midwest to today.
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>> that's devastation to see. maria molina, please stay safe and to all of our friends out there. good morning to you. i have a couple of news headlines to bring right right now. bernie sanders and hillary clinton locked in a dead heat in california. sanders is putting up quite the fight. clinton is slight ahead with 46% and sanders is at 44%. the primary is biggest of the democratic presidential race with nearly 500 delegates up for grabs. the polls finding that likely republican voters will cast a ballot for trump. well, this is a terrifying scene that we have seen before. like this. a man pushed through an emergency exit, running on to the tarmac. trying to stop a plane in denver. it's scary to think a security breach like this is possible. but it is. there's a bombshell new report
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that reveals this happens once every ten days in the united states. there were at least 39 airport perimeter breaches at u.s. airports in the last year alone. officials at several airports and the tsa reportedly withholding some of the details. afraid that information could expose vulnerables. well, kicking and screaming, an out of control airline passenger throwing herself in front of the cockpit door just as the frontier flight prepares to take off. watch. >> i don't believe it! >> well, those tense moments happening as the jet was going out to the runway in denver. caught on camera by another passenger. the passenger said he stopped filming when the woman started to take off her clothes. flight attendants being praised for calmly trying to get the woman off the floor. she was then taken to the hospital for treatment. and billions of your taxpayer dollars squandered on old technology. a new report shows that more than 75% of the federal government's $80 billion tech budget is spent maintaining
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archaic computers and technology. some of those date back more than 50 years and see that old floppy disc? those working with nuclear technology and social security are using the old floppy discs. some lawmakers are pushing for legislation to guide those upgrades. those are your headlines. let's head outside to see how everybody is shaping up with that fitness stuff. >> that's right, heather. last hour, abby huntsman and the coast guard ran this awesome obstacle course in honor of fleet week. this hour, we're running it with the navy. >> that's right. our army vet pete hegseth and former navy pilot lea gabrielle, up for team fox news. >> so we are a team. >> we are a team. >> you're a team. >> fox news team. >> a joint operation. >> but we -- tell them what we'll be doing. >> all right. so you're going through our miniversion of our cmc racecourse. starts off in the pit and we are different from anybody else out
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there because we have the pit. the pit is a -- >> that's right. >> it's a crossfit, functional fitness type of workout. >> anybody can do it. that's why you call it cbc -- civilian combine. >> pete said he was practicing for eight months so i'm stoked -- >> she's lying. >> just keep in mind when abby went through her time, 93 seconds. >> all right. >> come on. you got this. >> let's start the clock. and action! all right. >> now, they're running through the pit exercises. and the way the race start, three different exercises. they have to do as many of the reps as possible within five minutes oh, that was fast. now they're off. right through the obstacle course. >> she's leading the pack. >> oh, my. >> going up the ladder wall.
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>> that's her mind set -- >> uh-oh. >> come on, pete. >> pete -- >> look at this. oh, my goodness. >> there you go. >> kick your leg over. >> oh, pete, slow down. >> come on, lea, come on! >> wow, look at that. >> look at that. >> come on. >> good job. all right. >> wow. >> don't touch me. can we please -- >> all right. >> good job. >> get a little closer, take a look at pete. >> well done. >> 54 seconds for pete. >> way to go, navy. >> that was good. >> put your faces side by side. nice close-up shot of the faces. >> all right. >> you know what i'm going to walk away with that? i never saw anybody get in the pit like that.
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face first. >> this is navy commit. >> she motivated me. i thought, she's all in. i better go. >> did you know this mud wrap can cost 500 bucks in new york city? >> i got it for free. >> tell us about what's coming up. >> yes. september 10th, our cmc race is in ft. hamilton, brooklyn. >> anybody can do it? >> anybody can do it. civilians, military, first responders. >> for more information? >> about community. go to cmcrace.com. you can get information there. >> well done. >> running all day, come out here. maybe try it yourself. if you pass the background check. >> good job. >> coming up, see how fox news fares against the marines. >> oh. >> also ainsley, what do we have? >> don't mess with texas. that's what the state's attorney general is saying to president obama about the president's transgender bathroom plan. hear from the texas attorney general live coming up next. no need to buy new stuff to
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some quick hollywood headlines. actor dustin dimon is back in the slammer. >> trying to face the chief. it's time to tell the truth. it times to take a shower. >> well, you probably know him as screech from "saved by the bell." the actor admitted to stabbing man during a wisconsin bar fight on christmas day back in 2014.
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and we do what we have to do to make ends meet. for "saturday night live's" leslie jones, that meant working as a telemarketer for the church of scientology. >> i lived in glendale, i needed to pay the rent and it was a very easy interview. i just acted crazy. >> jones telling ellen degeneres the church still doesn't know she's not a scientologist. brian? all right. a battle over the transgender bathrooms. 11 states now suing the obama administration over the directive telling schools in america to let transgender students use the bathrooms of their choice. among the states suing, believe it or not, texas. the state's attorney general ken paxton joins us -- announced the lawsuit. he joins us now to expound on it. so ken, you should show tolerance and acceptance for all. you should do what the government tells you to do,
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shouldn't you? >> well, the law is the law. it was created in the '60s and '70s and if they want to change the law, it should be the congress not the president. those fights out to be fought out in congress, not by one person in the white house. >> but it's discriminatory against the transgenders. what's your reaction? >> i'm the chief legal and law enforcement officer in the state so my concerns are about the rule of law. and about safety for children. so this is in my opinion a solution in search of a problem. this guideline doesn't address any particular problem. they have not been very specific about what they're trying to solve. this opens the door for men deciding one day they want to be women and then switching back the next day. it's just -- it doesn't answer any particular question. >> and ken, the president has a hanging over every state's head that doesn't comply funding -- federal funding for schools. what are you going to do if that
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federal funding is going to be pulled back? >> that's why we filed this lawsuit. there are 100,000 school districts that would be subject to this and parents are concerned about this. that's why we have the school district involved, because we are concerned about this funding. >> you saw the slings and arrows, one in north carolina's direction and the governor in particular. they're making it a polarizing issue. all-star games are saying we're not coming here. what are the message to the teams that say you're showing intolerance? >> i'd say look at the law and realize that we're constitutional democracy. and a republic. we need to focus on following the law and if these groups want to change the law, they should go in and speak to their congressmen and work on changing those law, but it shouldn't come through the lawsuit. >> there's law and that's logic. does there seem to be logic in this? out of all the issues that are facing this nation, does this seem like a priority regardless of where you stand?
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>> oh, absolutely not. you know it's interesting, i met and met with a hundred parents over in ft. worth because the school district adopted this and across all socioeconomic, cultural parties lines you have parents concerned about one thing, that's the safety of their children. >> joining you or you joining them, alabama, georgia, louisiana, oklahoma, tennessee, utah, west virginia and wisconsin. so these are the states that have joined you. what is the next legal step? >> so i anticipate the obama administration will file a response and we'll have a hearing on this. our goal is to put a preliminary injunction and to permanently enjoin from going into effect. >> you said count me in and i think that's admirable. ken paxton, thank you. we'll see what happens next because i have a sense this is not going away. meanwhile, coming up straight ahead, we're turning trash into treasure by transforming this old living
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products that are available at ace hardware, because says the place to fix up your house. >> yes. i'm excited to be here. thank you so much for having me. >> you bet. so you have -- let's go ahead and show folks the furniture that you have started with. oh, no, we're not ready yet. this is the furniture you started with. right? where did this come from? >> all right. so you know we throw away 23 million pieces of furniture every year, so i wanted to show you what it would be like to go to the garage sale to buy the sofa and the cocktail table and i literally got the chairs out of the dumpster. this is literally a trash to treasure. >> okay. ladies and gentlemen, the big reveal from trash to treasure. look at that! this is amazing. what is crazy about it, you painted everything right down to painting the cushions. >> yeah. so one of the most expensive things -- let's talk about it. if you rescue furniture, maybe sometimes you get it for free. what would be the most expensive thing to do?
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reupholster here. >> yeah, it's a fortune. >> the great thing about the one step paint is, not only is it revolutionary in the fact you can use it on any surface area -- >> including pleather. >> right. it gives it a new life. it takes it from something that we needed to rescue to a whole new story to tell. >> sure. people go through different phases, different chapters. suddenly everything was brown a couple of years ago and now everything is light blue. >> yes. so the great thing i wanted to show people how easy it is. with my diy products line you can do a whole lot of different looks. this is the old cabinet drawer that i got out of the -- that i got off the night stand or end table. clean it. what gets on a piece of furniture -- >> everything. >> grease, wax, grime. make sure you clean the piece really, really well. that's all you have to do.
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you don't have to go in -- >> don't have to sand it down? >> i don't have to sand it. i don't have to prime it. because this is a chalk-based paint, i do want you to make sure you shake it up very well. so it gets mixed very well. then i want you to take a nylon brush. you're going to load it unlike this. and then just brush it on in long, clean strokes. >> make sure you don't have a big puddle in the corner or something. >> absolutely. but the nice thing is, you'll let this dry 15 or 20 minutes, put a second coat on. then come back with -- if you want to, you can keep painting. >> okay. let's have a big door reveal. >> all right. so the next thing i'll do, take my door here. this is actually dried after 30 minutes. i'm going to take some light antique wax and load it up with my china bristle brush. think of all the honey do products you could be doing at
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home. >> we have a basement full of new furniture. >> then i'm going to come across in a cross hatching motion and seal it and buff it with the dry rag. >> that's great. thank you very much. amy is going to be back on "fox & friends" on june 14th with more do it yourself tips. this is really cool. >> thank you again for having me. i'm real excited to be able to take you through the whole process of doing diy. hopefully this will encourage you go to the local ace store. >> ace is the place when you want to fix up your house. who knew you could paint cushions? meanwhile on a thursday, if hillary clinton won't debate bernie sanders how about donald trump debating bernie sanders. new hints that it could be in the works. we showed you this video yesterday, two hungry lions face to face with campers. a tiny little tent. the only thing between them, the campers who took that video are going to join us with their incredible story, coming up next. if you're going to make a statement... make sure it's an intelligent one.
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good morning you and your family. thursday, tail end of the week. it's may 26th. i'm ainsley earhardt. and this is a fox news alert. it is total chaos out on the ground in kansas. while you were sleeping powerful tornadoes tearing through our heart land. >> right up on it. >> we're going to be live on the ground there. that's where steve grew up. we'll show you some of the damage. >> i just got an e-mail from my sister. she rode the storm out in the church basement. >> wow. you heard hillary clinton say this many times. >> i fully complied with every rule that i was governed by. >> turns out that's all wrong. brand-new evidence revealing hillary broke all the rules at the department of state. and just how loyal are donald trump fans? even in california, watch. >> what did you think of when he showed that video of him
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wrestling vladimir putin during that summit, was it crazy? >> pretty crazy. a cool guy like that down like >> we have more from trump's appearance on jimmy kimmel. you can believe us when i tell you mornings are better with "friends." ♪ ♪ it's the eye of the tiger, it's the thrill of the fight ♪ >> abby's back. >> that was abby. >> abby huntsman, you know her from the news here on fox. there she is taking on the coast guard. >> she did a great job. >> she did. one hour later, we have lea gabrielle and pete hegseth, taking on the navy. and as it turns out, pete hegseth won in record time. >> there's lea. >> she gave him a run for the
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money. >> lea dove face first into the mud. >> that will go down as one of the greatest moments of "fox & friends." >> that was mud with barbed wire on top. >> and gravel. and ainsley will be doing it and carl higbie who walked by the screen. i have a sense this is not as hard as that. >> wow. well, we'll find out. i'm watching all the strategies this morning, trying to learn how to get up that wall and get down without falling flat on my back on the concrete. >> that's right. we have a lot of service personnel on the plaza because we're kicking off fleet week here on "fox & friends." another bombshell report from the obama appointed inspector general who said that hillary clinton clearly broke federal rules in her e-mail scandal. >> the scathing i.g. report now giving trump fresh ammo to take direct aim at hillary. >> oh, man, everyone is running
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80 pages of fun. john roberts is live in bismarck, north dakota, where donald trump is headed now. john? >> reporter: brian, steve, ainsley, good morning to you. a lot to chew over today. hillary clinton's e-mails, and donald trump will be talking energy policy here. he'll be appearing here in north dakota, a lot of the bakken oil shale comes from here. steve miller his senior foreign policy adviser gave us a preview. saying mr. trump will draw a contrast between hillary clinton eliminating many jobs and mr. trump's plans to add millions of new jobs for america's workers and we expect mr. trump will respond to that president obama said a couple of hours ago at the g7 summit in japan where he suggested that world leaders are not exactly thrilled at the prospect of donald trump becoming president because as president obama seemed to indicate, he's not a serious guy.
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here's what he said. >> ignorance of world affairs or a cavalier attitude or an interest in getting tweets and headlines instead of actually thinking through what it is that is required to keep america safe and secure and prosperous and what's required to keep the world on an even keel. >> reporter: donald trump will be waking up probably about the next 30 minutes to an hour in california where we expect to hear some sort of a response from him, probably on twitter. yesterday, in anaheim at a big campaign rally, donald trump took square aim at hillary clinton over the state department i.g.'s report she did not follow the rules when came to her e-mail server and donald trump believes she may not last until the november election. here's what he had to say. >> hillary, as i say crooked hillary, crooked hillary, she's as crooked as they come.
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she had a little bad news as you know today from some reports that came down that weren't so good. but not so good. inspector general's report, not good. >> reporter: donald trump eager to change the subject yesterday after hillary clinton was hitting him on what he said back in 2006 about hoping that the housing bubble bursts so that he could make some money. he does, you know, brian, steve and ainsley, seem to have horseshoes every time he comes under attack, something happens on the other side and he pummels her with it. >> he does indeed. john, out in bismarck, thank you. so much to go over. the president making that remarks, can you imagine if george bush was overseas and asked about a 48-year-old first time senate we are absolutely no experience who was leading in the polls and he said what he said about trump? it would be totally inappropriate. if the president doesn't want to be abroad, he shouldn't be
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criticizing people here at home. that's outrageous. >> i agree. it's embarrassing to -- >> to the world press, he's saying this guy should not be taken seriously that guy is winning. >> look, barack obama is a president, but he's also a partisan, a super partisan and he does not like donald trump. >> brian has a great point. you can't go to another country and speak ill of -- >> the tradition has always been politics ends at the water's edge. when you go overseas, you don't talk bad about the people in congress. >> right. >> you don't talk bad about the people running for president. apparently, president obama did not get the memo. hillary clinton didn't get the memo and her defense has been my serv server has been allowed, i'll talk to anybody. not true. she has been stonewalling, her aides have been stonewalling. when found out yesterday in the i.g. report that she never asked for permission to have a private e-mail server at her house.
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and if she would have asked, she would have been told of course not. you can't have that. >> and they brought it up in the hallways of the state department when the two junior -- these two junior personnel said, hey, can we stop using that personal server and the secretary of state -- should she have a personal server in her house? they said, don't you bring up a personal server again about the secretary of state, so they knew it was wrong. she knew it was wrong. everyone hushed it up. and she did not want her personal to mix with state department business. therefore, she went out of her way the set up her own little office and we know for sure it was hacked twice. national secrets -- >> hack attempt. >> we asked judge napolitano who was sitting on the sofa, is there enough evidence to indict? >> this demonstrates conclusively what she did was not allowed. that she broke all of the rules with respect to diverting 100% of her digital communications to her private server. how many times has hillary clinton said, i encourage my people to cooperate with all
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investigations? i can't wait to talk to investigators. >> it's a lie. >> did she talk to the investigator, no. did any of her people talk to the investigators, no. i don't know if there will be an indictment. is there enough evidence to indict? yes. >> do you know what else was embarrassing yesterday, the fact in the report -- the department of state has said, you know, we have released all of the appropriate e-mail. yesterday, suddenly they presented this one e-mail from huma abedin who is her top aide to hillary and essentially what it said is a lot of people at the department of state can't get your e-mail so let's set up a state department e-mail account. she said, absolutely not. i don't want the freedom of information act people who want to see what i'm typing at home to ever -- >> that's why she had that server set up in the basement. she didn't want the government to have access to the e-mails. >> there's honest and dishonest. i remember graham and john
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mccain, senator hagel calling out george bush when they didn't like when things are going wrong. those days are gone. elliott angle said it was a hatchet job. there's nobody that could read those 80 pages or the summaries in your local paper and think there's not anything new here. if bernie sanders doesn't capitalize on this he has no way to get the nomination. >> if he doesn't capitalize, he his own server. >> he has one suit, one comb, took all the money. >> in other news -- jimmy kimmel had donald trump on the show and he showed how loyal the trump supporters are. he sent one off the reporters out on the street. he made up fake things that donald trump had said during a
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press conference, and he wanted to get their response. this is funny. take a look. >> that do you think of the moment during donald trump's big press conference this morning when he did that one armed push-up. was that impressive? >> pretty impressive for an older guy. yeah, not bad. >> how many push-ups did you count? >> i would say almost five. >> what did you think about when he showed that video of him leg wrestling vladimir putin during that private summit? was it crazy? >> it was pretty crazy. pretty cool, a guy like that. down to earth like that. leg wrestling a guy like that from another country, pretty sweet. >> that did you think of trump this morning that he would build a wall extending through new mexico as well, because mexico is mexico and they come in through there too? >> i think it's great. we're under threat. this is what we need right now, you know? he's a no nonsense guy. he's going to handle business. going to take care of it. >> what did you think of trump announcing that he was hoping to make separate security lines at airports for people of islamic
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descent? do you think that would speed things -- >> that should speed things up. i know we had a long wait at the airport. anything that speeds that up i'm for that. >> was it cool when donald trump fired a gun into the air during the press conference? >> you know, again, one of his many trait, trying to be different. gets him the attention that he needs. >> what did you think of donald's plans to put a man on jupiter by 2018? >> yeah, why not? >> well, it's a gaseous giant. >> you know what i mean. he'll figure it out. donald's a genius. >> he's a genius. maybe on that red dot. finally find out what it is. >> pretty funny. >> indeed. all right. is 11 minutes after the hour. heather starts with the weather. >> that's right. we're following news out of your hometown, steve, kansas. take a look here, the scene in kansas being described as total
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chaos. brand-new video of damage just coming into the newsroom moments ago. a mobile home flipped over on to a truck. at least 25 homes have been completely levelled so far. the tornado was half a mile wide and it stayed on the ground there for an hour and a half. winds of 100 miles per hour. thankfully we have no reports of injuries at this hour, but firefighters we are told are going door to door to make sure that no one in that area is trapped. >> tornado. >> look across the road. >> oh, my god, dude. >> well, that twister took a last minute turn avoiding the town of chapman. that town was devastated in 2008. that twister carved a path six blocks wide. maria molina on the ground and we'll bring you that later. breaking, murder inside one of new york city's most popular concert halls. watch this. people there are seen running for their lives as gun fire takes place at the t.i. concert
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at irving plaza. one was killed, two others were hurt after a fight broke out. the concert came to the end before the rapper t.i. could take the stage. police said there were metal detectors at the evvenue. no arrests so far. and spacex will launch a rock fret the ground in florida and then landing it in the atlantic ocean. >> four, three, two, one. liftoff. >> earlier this month, they launched and landed a drone ship a couple hundred miles off the shore of cape canaveral. tonight's launch is set for 5:40 p.m. >> according to the jimmy kimmel people, donald trump was actually on that rocket and landed. >> yes, of course. >> all right. thank you. >> and donald trump did say he did love the poorly educated. shocking new details about casey anthony. a prosecutor said she admitted
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you're looking at brand-new video of casey anthony getting of a car she recently purchased with cash. a former prosecutor is saying she admitted to her jose, jose ba baez, that she killed her daughter. good morning, judge napolitano. >> good morning. let's take the worst case scenario. she did in fact admit to this investigator or the baez her lawyer that she killed her daughter. she cannot be tried again. because of the prohibition in the constitution against what we call double jeopardy. trying a person a second time. she could be tried for perjury that she lied under oath when she was on the witness stand in her own case. but she cannot be tried for the murder. >> why would the private investigator be releasing this information? >> you know, it's so unprofessional. so violative of his professional obligation to keep even bad things secret. when he works for a lawyer, her
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lawyers, we talked a little while ago, the lawyer has the attorney/client privilege meaning the lawyer can't reveal what the client said to him. they can discuss what was said to the private investigator but they're bound boy the same attorney/client privilege. she owes him money for the investigation. she goes out and buys a car fca bankruptcy court and says she's cheating me. oh, by the way, judge, guess how she paid her legal bills to her lawyer? which he claims was paid by sexual favors. >> what does this mean for jose baez who is her attorney? >> it probably means an ethics investigation as to whether or not he did accept sexual favors for a reduction in his legal fees. >> how do you prove that? >> is it against the law? >> it is against the law and i don't know how you prove it other than by putting anthony on the stand or this investigation who claims he overheard or
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witnessed this. >> why did her attorney hire a private investigator? >> a good defense counsel will hire an investigator to learn about the government witnesses. just as the government has investigators, attorneys have investigators. just as the government investigators have certain ethical obligations, the attorneys' investigators have certain obligations. this fellow -- i don't know who it is. probably somebody we interviewed on that case. when that case was being tried, has jeopardized his entire career by revealing this. >> no kidding. another blockbuster. >> whether it's true or not. right. >> we're talking about it. judge, thank you. >> you're welcome, guys. coming up, did katie couric try to silence the second amendment supporters? claim of deceptive editing in the new gun documentary. imagine waking up to this -- three hungry lions outside licking your tent. >> right. >> it's a wild thing and you're going to meet the people who are inside the tent from south africa, next. >> they look friendly. >> they're alive.
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some day we need to broadcast the commercial breaks here in the studio. >> absolutely. >> we have some headlines right now. ten more states joining texas in suing the obama administration after the white house said u.s. schools must allow transgender students in bathrooms that match their gender identities. the state is accusing the administration of side stepping the democratic process. and drug cartels used u.s. guns in several mass murders. a watchdog report reveals the
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guns involved in the fast and furious gun running program are tied to at least 69 murders. the program allowed known criminals to buy weapons in the united states in hopes of tracking the guns to mexican drug cartels. eric holder famously oversaw that program. all right. ainsley, over to you and brian. >> thank you. well talk about one wild wake-up. what would you do if you saw this? the lions licking water off the tent. the campers, they were just a few inches away. >> well, this couple didn't run. they didn't scream. they didn't hide. instead, they stayed very quiet and recorded it. joining us now from south africa, these brave two individuals, francie and danny lubbe. welcome to both of you. can you set the scene for us? where were you in botswana and what were you expecting when you looked through your tent?
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>> yeah. we were in the kgalagadi area of botswana which is between south africa and the that anybody ya and we arrived there the previous evening. it started to rain a bit and we put the tent up. the next morning, we woke up and we heard a lit of -- i can't explain it. it's not a shuffling or a licking noise. but we heard this noise. and when i opened the door, i saw two lions licking the water, the moisture off the tent. >> wow. >> and the one -- one looked me in the eye and -- yeah. luckily i had the guts at that stage to take my camera and we -- and i started videoing it. >> but we were told to keep quiet. >> i said, keep quiet, because, you know it's a wild animal. he's not inches away, but a meter away from me. both of them. i just continued filming it and
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francie was standing next to me, witnessing all this. >> francie, what was going thousand your mind? -- through your mind? >> well, we respect them, that's how i feel about nature. if you respect them, they'll respect you. they could smell us because you could see -- you know, they were looking at us. straight in the eye. but you just don't -- you know, challenge them. >> yeah, but you also say this was a great experience. really? in what way was this a great experience? these are lions, they eat meat for a living. you're meat. >> yeah. the other way we look at it, it's a great experience because we experienced it. you have not experienced it. >> can you believe how many -- >> there's the way we looked at it. it's really something that a lot of people won't go through in their lifetime. >> we were privileged. >> yeah. we're privileged. >> well, we're privileged to be able to see it, thanks to you
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guys. you put it on facebook. you have gotten almost 20,000 people watching out there. are you amazed by that? >> yeah. we are absolutely stunned, you know? we thought we'll share it with friends and it was within two hours it went viral. when i found out, it went viral i said to him, that's a virus, you know? we don't know about this. and then the phone calls started to come through. we were absolutely stunned. absolutely. >> wow. i guess you might as well just live in the woods, the wild kingdom has accepted you. >> yes. definitely. definitely in our future. >> we'll go back tomorrow if we can. >> wow. >> better you guys than us. >> yeah. >> you're brave. >> we'll take you with any time. >> we'll let you know when we're there. >> i would have called the cops if it was an irish setter let alone two lions. francie and david lubbe, thank
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you. >> thank you so much. good-bye. >> bye. >> so sweet. >> absolutely. they're too nice to be in the jungle. coming up trump and bernie sanders live in a debate. is this true? and what's for dinner? bo dietl is answering that question. we are "cooking with friends." yes. >> he's got on a suit and an apron?
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through the area overnight, carving a path a half a mile wide. >> all right. the twister not letting up for an hour and a half. two dozen homes were wiped out. >> oh, my god, dude. >> maria molina is live at the center of the devastation which is abilene, kansas, which is my hometown. i was talking to my sister earlier this morning. she said that last night was my nephew avery's fifth grade promotion and they all rode the storm out in the church basement. >> wow. >> oh, wow. and there's reports that this tornado was on the ground for 23 miles here in dickinson county in kansas. so really just a devastating scene here. and now the sun is up and we're getting a better idea of how violent this tornado was. i want to share with you a few scenes we're able to see now. in the distance you can see what was a home. this was so powerful it completely destroyed that home. the farmhouse.
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it does appear it was a home because there's a mattress and other belongings as well. we have been seeing family members showing up on the scene. we're trying to talk to them. no one wants to go on camera. they're still shaken up from yesterday's experience. another scene off towards my left. you can see another structure that was completely destroyed. debris on top of a truck. cars destroyed. we have tractors off towards my right that have been destroyed as well. so severe, severe damage. now, that house is way off in the distance. and over here we actually have debris that was spilled across this region. we have a smoke stack. part of it. we have wood that the tornado possibly shoved into the ground out here. so again a very violent storm and tornado that ripped through this area. over here we are also kind of getting an idea of the property. we even have some animal food
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that was left here. and just some towels and just the belongings of this family that lived here, that still lives in this area. really just a devastating scene out here and heart breaking. unfortunately there's a threat for more tornados throughout the day today. we have the risk stretching across the big chunk of the nation. anywhere from texas up into kansas and nebraska and iowa. we are talking about the potential to see more tornadoes like the one we saw hit here in kansas. very violent. that can cause significant damage. in addition, some damaging winds. very large hail. potentially baseball sized or even greater than that. that can cause some significant harm to you. if you're outdoors. make sure you have a way to get the weather warnings. anywhere from texas up into portions of the midwest. the threat is high today for more severe weather across this region. >> all right. maria, to the north of abilene, kansas, they're looking at the devastation. 25 minutes before the top of
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the hour. we have some headlines with heather. >> certainly do, good morning to you. i hope you're off to the good thursday morning. hillary clinton wants nothing to do it, so could we be headed to the trump and bernie sanders debate? >> are you prepared to debate the major issues facing our largest state and the country before the california primary, yes or no? he wants to know if you -- >> yes, i am. how much is he going to pay me. we'll have such high ratings and i think i think i should -- take that money and give it to a worthy charity. >> socialism meets capitalism. trump answering the question from jimmy kimmel last night after hillary bailed on a promise to debate sanders. sanders said, game on, i look forward to debating trump before the june 7th primary. a awesome. kicking and screaming, an out of control airline passenger throwing herself in front of the
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cockpit door before the flight is set to take off. >> i don't believe it? >> it happens as the frontier flight taxied to the runway in denver. it was caught on camera by another passenger. flight attendants are praised for getting her off the floor and then she was taken to the hospital for treatment. a dallas man leading the police on a high speed chase with his infant child trapped in the back seat. watch this. >> what are you doing? stop, stop! >> and then it gets crazier after this. the man speeds erratically through traffic. even driving the wrong way to avoid police up with him, but he ditches his car. he scales a fence and makes a run for it. well, cops were then able to retrieve the 6-month-old baby from the back seat before they pursued the father. they found that dad cowering in a bathroom at starbucks. >> turn around!
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>> that child we should tell you is okay. that dad now facing multiple charges including child endangerment. katie couric is under fire for what seems like some edits after she asked a group of gun activists a question about gun control. here's the clip. watch. >> if there are no background checks for gun purchasers, how do you prevent felons or terrorists from purchasing the guns? >> okay. so that is exactly what you saw in her documentary. those activists just staring blankley at each other with nothing to say in response to the question. however, newly released raw audio of the same interview tells a different story. the audience quickly answers her question. listen. >> if there are no background checks for gun purchasers, how do you prevent felons or terrorists from walking into say
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a licensed gun dealer and purchasing the gun? >> well, for one, if you're not in jail, you should still have your basic rights. >> well, the editors say they never intended to make anyone look bad or uninformed. those are your headlines. let's head over to steve, brian and ainsley. it's smelling great in here. >> well, this former detective has solved what's for dinner. >> that's right. fox news contributor bo dietl is "cooking with friends." good morning. >> you know what? when they asked me to do this i was real excited because my mother was born in sicily. so i'm italian. i'm more italian than german, so as a cop i used to work in east harlem. i had a famous restaurant, rayo's restaurant. so i watched him and his wife annie cook. that's how i learned how to do it. i learned the tricks and there's a picture with me and frankly and vinny rayo up there. in 1986.
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so i mean -- >> that's you on the right? >> yeah. with the long hair and beard. >> he was auditioning for "duck dynasty" early. >> well, this sauce -- yeah. you can use san marazano tomato, you boil or take the skin -- but i use the base sauce. san marazano tomatoes. no fake stuff in there. very natural ingredients. so here's the sauce, you put the olive oil in the skillet pan. then take the -- you chop up the mushrooms. and then put it in the pot. you have your sausage -- >> i like the way than seeing you cook, you're describing it as if it were a crime scene. >> we made it in the back. you take your sausage meat, get it out of the casing. you fry it up. then all of a sudden -- i love
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porcini mushrooms so i put the mushrooms in there. i throw the sauce into the olive oil. >> you should hire re-enactors. >> this is what it looks like after you do that. >> i cooked it in the back. here's the secret. do you know what that is? >> a garlic press. >> right. do you know what you do with the garlic press? >> press the garlic. >> here, you don't burn the garlic in the olive oil. you squeeze it in there. i got this from vinny rayo. what happens is it gives it the unique -- >> you're eating free there tonight. >> gives it a unique flavor. then you use the different cheeses. lo locatelli and then the parmigiano-reggiano. and then i guarantee you have -- you never tasted this. >> do you know how hard it is for the crew to keep their hands off of it for the segment. he made it an hour ago. >> come on, we can share one
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plate. >> is this a soup kitchen? we're not in a rush. >> they told me we have only five minutes here. come on. >> five minutes? what show are you on? five minutes -- >> well, that's delicious. you know what, the tomatoes you can taste the difference. and the mushrooms. >> hold on a second. porcini mushrooms inside there, and locatelli and parmesan. >> if you'd like the recipe go to foxandfriends.com. in 15 minutes we'll have bo's secret recipe. >> very serious you have to use the natural ingredients. buy the tomatoes, boil them, why buy them? rayo's has the sauce, magnificent. all natural ingredients. >> bo -- >> i use it as a base. >> bo knows cooking. thank you very much. >> it is good! >> we have to read. >> coming up, scathing new
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a detailed report released yesterday by a state department watchdog finds hillary clinton clearly broke federal rules with her private e-mail server. what does in mean for hillary and could an indictment be waiting in the wings? peter johnson jr. has been reading everything said about it. >> absolutely, here's my analysis on this, steve doocy, and america this morning. there was a blatant disregard if not contempt for keeping america's most sensitive secrets. this report is a blockbuster. and this is what it shows. no approval was given for the personal server at hillary clinton's home. the state department staff who complained about it were told, quote, never to speak again about it, ever. clinton and top aides stone wall and refused to be interviewed by the inspector general. in 2011, the clinton server was attacked by hackers. >> oh, boy. >> clinton and the staff then failed to report the attacks. that's in violation of the
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government policy. and in 2011, clinton was warned of the blackmail risks from hackers of private e-mails. in fact, she sent a notice out to others. then finally when she left, in 2013, she failed to save or surrender e-mails. this report concluded that she and her staff violated government policies established in accord with the federal records act. this is staggering. >> no kidding. >> it goes against what she said, they had approval, they had notice. they didn't ask for approval and they didn't get it. >> you know, i've heard hillary many times now since this hit the fan, that her people are cooperating. my people are available any time to talk to the investigators. >> absolutely not true. let's show the people who are not talking. hillary clinton and eight other top staff members including cheryl mills, the lawyer, huma abedin, her body person, and a
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bunch of others, refused to speak to the inspector general of the state department in the study authorized by the democrat secretary of state john kerry. >> okay. so even though hillary said she's cooperating, they're stonewalling who is cooperating, who is talking? >> that's a debilitating and scary process for hillary clinton. bryan pagliano who helped set up the server has been given immunity by the federal government and then lazar, known as guccifer, the eastern european hacker who said he hacked into that server is speaking with the federal government. as well as all of the other secretary of states. four secretary of state. none -- none of the clinton people and two people who may be peaching -- who may have turned state's evidence against hillary clinton and her staff. >> does not look good for her. >> not a good report.
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>> thank you, peter johnson jr. it's fleet week here in new york city. ainsley is ready to run the obstacle course. she is taking on the guys including carl higbie. but first, let's check in with martha maccallum with a preview of what happens here in 11 minutes. >> warm and dry up here in the studio. so the president slams donald trump while speaking to a japanese audience. is it right to go after the republican nominee overseas? the trump campaign responds to that. and "the washington post" said there's quote no excuse for clinton e-mail dodges and they are urging the fbi to get on with it. in their investigation. and katie couric, did she edit a gun rights documentary and skew the outcome? howie kurtz will join us at the top of the hour. audi pilotless vehicles have conquered highways, mountains, and racetracks. and now much of that same advanced technology is found in the new audi a4. with one notable difference...
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well, we have had a busy morning on "fox & friends" in the 6:00 hour. there you can see abby huntsman through the mud pit. up the wall. as she took on the coast guard. >> she is in unbelievable shape. and speaking of great shape, pete hegseth representing the army and lea gabrielle representing the navy. >> the navy. >> she is a pilot. i have never seen anybody attack the course like that. >> the way she attacked the mud -- >> inspirational. >> yeah. we'll see some great athleticism here. we have carl higbie a retired -- and of course we have ainsley earhardt. >> yeah. >> all right. >> one of them was a navy s.e.a.l. what does it say on the card? >> so garfield griffith, this is the civilian military combine.
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you're combining the military with civilians to see how much they can actually take, right? >> yeah. it's sort of to give the civilians a taste of what the military course in training is. but also, i mean, we don't make it as difficult. so everyone can do it. it's a team effort. >> let's see how hard it is. ainsley and carl, get on over there. they're squaring off against the u.s. marines. ready, set, go! >> steve, i think we -- they're competing on several -- they're doing team work here. i watched carl work with ainsley, it was inspirational. >> look at how delicate she gets under the wire. come on, ainsley. >> oh. >> and now the wall. >> yeah, this is the 12 foot rope wall. you have to keep your footing, stable. it gets scary up top there. >> that's the one thing that ainsley told me. i'm afraid of heights. >> as you can see, she's hesitating at the top. that happens a lot. but the team is there to help her.
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>> carl is going to catch her if anything goes haywire. >> i know. it's not -- we're not about being individual. team work and running together. >> if we have to go, we'll come back and -- >> come on, ainsley! >> pull her up. >> yeah. going up the new obstacle. >> coming down. coming down. so almost done. monkey bars, it's very big in the military training part of the race. they ring the cow bell and they're done. >> how do they finish? we will find out when we return on "fox & friends." way do go. come on, ainsley. way to go.
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all right. ainsley, you and carl -- oh. >> thank you very much.
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there you go. very nice. >> tomorrow we'll kick off our all-american summer concert series with country music star dustin lynch. bill: hillary clinton knowingly broke the rules despite repeated security concerns by the department of state. that is just part of a scathing report by the department. martha: the inspector general's report revealed hacking attempts did force the state department to temporarily take down that system. hillary clinton brush be off this report. but that's giving donald trump fresh ammo.

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