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[national anthem] ♪ good morning, my friends. it's saturday the 28th of may. i'm anna kooiman. more people dead as severe hits texas. and more threats for severe weather today. chaos erupts in california. [shouting] >> thousands of protesters clash in the street of san diego. dozens of them waking up in jail this morning. is this a sign of things to come? we will have the very latest. >> memorial day travelers furious but not with the tsa this morning.
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there is more outrage at starbucks. long lines for mocha, frappuccinos making them miss their airplanes. questions for all of you. how long would you wait in the starbucks line. "fox & friends" gipps right now. -- begins right now. ♪ the boys are back in town ♪ the boys are back in town. >> get ready. >> woo hooh, it's time. >> i was just out there walking around. we have the civilian military combine show because it's fleet week here in new york city. barb wire mud pit climbing through. pike half way climbing up. monkey bars. >> we are going to be competing with them throughout the show this morning. >> how fast can anna complete that course?
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>> looking at these obstacles here so much better than the electrical wiring we had to go through that one year and ice pool we were dunk in. >> i asked the producer at some stage may be be electrocuted. >> it's possible. >> good morning, everyone. >> we have plenty of news to bring you this morning. first up, anti-trump protests have erupted in california once again. >> police in san diego and beaten back with batons. meanwhile, donald trump spoke to thousands at a rally inside. >> garrett tenney joins us now from washington, d.c. with more on this. good morning, garrett. >> are not a pretty scene yesterday in san diego. going into the rally. police wanted to avoid a repeat of what we saw just a couple days ago in albuquerque. so from the get-go, there was a very heavy police presence there on the
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ground. more than 1,000 protesters gathered outside of the arena, leading up to this rally. the group included a heavy presence of organized labor and immigration activists who carried a mexican flags. by the time the rally got out, a large chunk of protesters who had been mostly peaceful had left. while police did their best to keep the trump supporters and protesters apart. heated confrontation. in each other's cases and punches thrown. fighting off with batons as you saw. police in riot gear moved in. and when some of the protesters started throwing things at the officers. police declared the crowd was unlawfully assembling and started moving the crowd out of the area. some the demonstrators refused to leave and others staged a sit in along the trolley tracks nearby. in total, 35 people were arrested. we're told that there were no injuries to police. donald trump went on to praise the officers on twitter saying san diego police department fantastic
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job on the handling the thugs who tried to disrupt our very peaceful and well-attended rally. greatly appreciated. inside that rally trump told the crowd of several thousand that he was going to make a run to win california in the general election and said he plans to take care of everyone in the country. the safest place to be in this country is at a trump rally. that, i can tell you. and we're going to take care of everybody. not just the people in this room, not just what the people in this room represent which is largely love, because it is love. >> it's all about love with trump. and tomorrow he will be here in washington, d.c. to attend the annual rolling thunder biker rally. he is off the campaign trail today though. anna, clayton, tucker. >> fantastic. garrett at the presentee in d.c. worth rolling back and taking a lock at the history of this.
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people questioning whether or not there is a double standard where the left is quiet on this. where is hillary clinton coming out and condemning the violence. when we saw in chicago and midwest. she was quick to condemn them saying that he is to blame. listen to hillary back in march. >> mr. trump should not be urging people on. this is deeply distressing. and i think as the campaign goes further, more and more americans are going to be really disturbed by the kind of campaign he is running. >> so where is she now? why isn't she coming out and saying, hey, let's end this. make a call for peace and calm. >> flip it around. what if these were anti-hillary protesters outside one of her rallies. >> exactly. >> painting this like munich 1933. neo nazis. seriously a threat to the republic. people throwing things. what's the mexican flags for? what's the message there? the mexican government is superior to ours? that mexico really owns california? that trump is worse than
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mexico? what is that about? why would you bring the flag of a foreign nation to an american political rally. i'm confused by. >> it bizarre. go to our facebook page and weigh in on it. we put this up there earlier that you can weigh in on. bernie sanders, donald trump. there was to be a debate. we thought there was to be a debate. >> did we really think that. >> i was hoping we would. going back and forth. no more debate. here is a statement from donald trump and saying this. now that i'm the presumptive republican nominee it seems inappropriate that i would debate the second place finisher. here is bernie sanders on donald trump declining to debate him. >> first, he said he would do it. then he said he wouldn't do it. then he said he would do it. then he said he wouldn't do it. so, i would hope that if he
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changed his mind four times in two days, change it a fifth time. you know, trump claims to be real tough guy, pushes people around. hey, donald, come on up. let's have a debate about the future of america. >> although this would have been epic, was it ever going to happen in the first place? and donald trump did a good job. he stole the headlines for another couple days and the guy talking about on the democratic side, the guy in the fight is bernie sanders and not hillary clinton, the number two guy that's stealing the headlines. >> that's for sure. not even number two in some states. the california primary is coming up in a little over a week on june 7th. hillary clinton should wrap it up today. looks like bernie could win california. in light the fact, millions of people still support bernie sanders. what does he movie about the issues? for example, venezuela, which has truly fallen apart. some reporter at downany vision asked him, what do you think of venezuela? it's socialism, it didn't work. what's your view? here is what sanders said. [speaking spanish]
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>> take a look what's going on in venezuela right now. they say they have video of people raiding a supermarket because they are at wits end trying to feed their families. >> and yesterday there was flatbed trucks being stopped and people looting the flatbed trucks running off with bottles and food. grocery stores lay pair bare. you ask bernie sanders about it. campaign trail in the united states? >> it's not that i don't have a an opinion on it i want to focus on the united states election. >> let's be clear, venezuela is in economic collapse. not that people are canceling summer vacations. they are not getting enough protein. people are going hungry. no toilet paper. a broken, failed state.
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and it's broken because of the policies sanders is espousing. the idea that he has no opinion on 'when his supporters have supported the chavez revolution in that country for the last 10 years, pretty amazing, isn't it? shouldn't someone address them? >> meanwhile we want to get to the extreme weather weather alert. two big storms threatening to put a damp are on this memorial day weekend. starting in south carolina where they are bracing for a tropical depression. >> the depression comes as the storm system continues to pound the plain states. killing two in texas and leaving three missing. >> high waters turn roads into rivers. can you see good samaritans stopping to help a woman trapped inside her van by rising waters. they had to use a lad tore bring her to safety. what is going on there? our chief meteorologist rick reichmuth has been tracking it all since the very beginning. >> how many times you have heard me say about this
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flooding. >> a lot of it is el nino drives the storm tracks going to the south. population really growing across the houston area. the spot poor the bulls eye of this flooding area. so many more people impacted by it. actually across texas we dry out a little bit. eastern texas for the week. now we're going to watch today into tomorrow. our first tropical depression or tropical storm that might hit the u.s. hurricane season starts on wednesday, so we are a little bit early here. this is a storm heading toward south carolina. tropical depression later on today becomes a tropical storm and makes a beeline toward the south carolina coast. before it makes a bit of a right-hand turn and doesn't move very much. water temperatures need to be around 80 degrees for a storm to develop. it's going to be going right over the gulf stream there and that will likely have to strengthened up to a minor tropical storm status. future radar in toward the carolinas and look what it does, by monday brings a lot of rain guys across a lot of
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the mid-atlantic for memorial day. >> thank you, rick. >> rescuers have recovered the body of the pilot of a man who crashed his world war ii plane into the hudson river last night. single engine. according to witnesses was flying low with a trail of smoke. the pilot william gorngd of florida was the only person on board. he was practicing for air show this weekend we're told celebrating the 75th anniversary of the p-47 when the engine failed. developing this morning, authorities narrowing their search for a missing teenager to a remote area in northern california. it's about 65 miles from where 15-year-old pearl penson was last being seen being dragged on freeway overpass by armed man who was killed in a gun battle with police. investigators focusing their search near the town of jenner. the death of suspect
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fernando castro now complicating the search. the 19-year-old pearl and suspected of abducting her on her way to school wednesday. spacex pulls off another amazing feat. landing a rocket in the atlantic ocean. third in just two months. the rocket lifting off from cape canaveral and touching down after the rocket launched an asian communications satellite. thousands showing up to airports early for tsa screening may actually need to build in some extra time for starbucks. customers tweeting out pictures standing in line for lattes were much longer than the security line. check out the scene on o'hare yesterday. a line wrapping around the corner that airport, one of the most criticized lately for long tsa lines. needless to say many travelers this weekend may need to skip the
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prudential. bring your challenges. calls for dnc chairman debbie was sermon schultz is so high. her feud is so decisive she can't unify the democratic party and doesn't want to. new opponent in the primary for congressional seat in florida. he joins us this morning. thanks a lot for coming on. >> thank you, tucker. >> so you're democratic good standing, a progressive. why is debbie wasserman schultz the wrong person to represent your district? what's wrong with her? >> she has been representing other interests rather than those of her constituents. i'm sure the full-time responsibilities of ache dnc chair takes her out of the
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district a lot. in addition, she has been taking a lot of special interest money, a lot of corporate money and voting along their lines and certainly not in the interest of her own constituents. and that's on issue after issue. i first to the involved because of her vote to fast track the transpacific partnership but she has been cozy with payday lenders. ignoring the jobs crisis here in her district. we really need a full-time representative going to look out for real people and not just corporate interests. >> sounds like this race you are running proxy for the larger race going on in the democratic primary. you have been endorsed by bernie sanders very publicly in effect. it seems like she has put her thumb on the scale for hillary clinton as the chair woman of the dnc is that part of the reason people are mad at schultz because she is not a fair arbiter in this race? >> yes, i do think so. she does seem to try to fix things. you take a look at the super delegates and an awful lot of things have gotten attention, right?
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the lack of debate that she has scheduled. when you take a look at the super delegates and what she has done at the dnc, i first started calling for her to resign as chair of the dnc when i learned that she had overturned the 2008 ban on corporate lobbyist donations to the democratic national committee and since then we learned that 60 to 706 the super delegates are actually corporate lobbyists so that really seems to be a fix. and very contrary to the will of the voters. and we see the same thing happening here in our district. just last week, one of her labor friends, named dan reynolds engineered an endorsement from the central labor council which violated the central labor council's own constitution. they are supposed to have a screening for any endorsement. they never had a squeak, never gave notice. and, you know, again it, violates their constitution and it disenfranchises the rank and file of labor. and now we learn that dan reynolds is a host of a
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$5,000 pay gel breakfast that for was sermon schultz next week which will include super delegates. >> it sounds to me like for all the attention that we have paid to the republican race there is a revolution going on the democratic side where the anticorporate wing, which you seem to represent, seems to be gaining a lot of steam. do you see it that way? do you see it in larger terms? >> i don't. >> it's not just the democratic side. you see the rise of donald trump not just the rise of bernie sanders. there is a lot of political insiders and incumbents. it's been building for years. the incumbents entrench themselves. these are usually safe congressional seats when you take a look at the congressional map. 90% of the states is safe because of gerrymandering. >> tim kanova, great to see you. thank you for taking the time to come on. we appreciate it. >> thank you.
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we appreciate it. >> flags lined the votes to they were torn down because they violated the city code. graduate from college, next step move in with your parents? >> one millennial said it's the smart thing to do. he joins us next ♪ i can't live ♪ i can't live anymore. in your mouth and throat. zantac works in as little as 30 minutes. nexium can take 24 hours. try cool mint zantac. no pill relieves heartburn faster. i'm in vests and as a vested investor in vests, i invest with e*trade, where investors can investigate and invest in vests... or not in vests. sign up at etrade.com and get up to six hundred dollars.
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new overnight the six week verizon strike ends. the company reaching a four year deal with unions. nearly 40,000 employees were protesting verizon for outsourcing jobs and requiring some workers to relocate. union officials say verizon agree to do add new middle class jobs on the east coast and for the first time include some verizon wireless retail workers. >> this will have you talking. 32% of millennials are still living at home with their parents. >> one of them who has got a college degree and job is now defending his decision to keep mom and dad as roommates at first i was ashamed of my situation. the internet is rife with lovely pieces moving home with losing at life. there is no one size fits all solution to surviving adulthood. the more you compare your life to a movie the more reality. >> michael restiano joins us
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this morning. nice to see you. >> nice to see you as well. >> you said at first you were ashamed of your situation why were you ashamed. >> ripe with assumption, right? typically when you say oh i'm living at home. most assumption people make or say oh you're getting on your feet or not quite established yet. you are kind of lagging behind a little bit. that was an assumption i held a bit, too. i was concerned about that. when i looked at the situation, i realized i was doing something to better prepare myself for my future rather than nag behind at something. so not so much a shame but, you know, learn to kind of embrace it. >> you say you are not mooching off your parents. you are trying to live a better life now so you can prosper more as adult. what do they think about you living in the house? >> they are totally okay with it they were actually coined of the genesis of the idea. i mean, i was living in new york city by myself prior to this. and we were on the phone and they said mike, thinking really long and hard about your future and what it's going to look like if you keep on living at home and
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managing student debt. consider that. that put it in my head to move back up to boston and move mommy home. they have been super supportive. >> i'm deeply sympathetic to you. i have a bunch of kids roughly your age. this sounds like something you felt had you to do because the economy is so tough. how has that affected your outlook on politics? who are you voting for and does this situation affect who you are voting for? >> >> so i tend to swing liberal. and i'm supporting bernie sanders personally. and the reason being, i think we need more debt-free, higher education options in this country. i think this is a testament to the fiscal reality of being a nation that is $1.2 trillion in student debt. and i really, really support someone that is going to change that or make moves to change that. >> so if you didn't have student debt, do you think you would not be living at home right now? >> i think so, yep. >> interesting. >> that says it all right
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there. >> there is this argument. the stereotype of the millennials, that they're lazy, that they don't work. do you think you are playing in to this stereotype? what's been the response from your piers? >> so my piers are confused at first they are like oh why you are working, you are doing these things, why are you at home? a little bit of voice over to explain, you know, it's about taking action and not necessarily going based on the cultural norms or what we have expected to do. and really just being objective about the situation and trying to take action to remedy it. so, i don't think i'm playing into the stereotype at all. i think i'm trying to break with it if possible. >> michael, do you do chores? >> i do do chores, yes. >> how about rent? >> not as much as my parents with a like i too not pay rent. no i'm very lucky in that regard. >> sounds like this is the new cultural norm. thanks for joining us. >> thanks. >> let us know what you think, go to facebook page and weigh in on michael's story. coming up on the show, they're supposed to be doe
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you would have the world war ii vets in their uniforms didn't quite fit so well anymore. and the korean vets and the vawrm veterans and the gulf war veterans who were younger and fitting into their uniforms, still. as they walk by, i will never forget the men and women of that town standing up and there would be men salute being those who saluting those had served. every town in america is like minnesota. it comes back to the background and faith and communities we serve for. in america, you don't fight because you hate what's in front of you. you fight because you love what's behind you. >> share your pride on facebook, twitter, and instagram #proud american. >> we're going to be watching for them all weekend long. make sure you tag it with a #proud american. >> that was the greatest lines. you don't fight because you hate what's in front of you. you fight because you love
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what's behind you. >> tropical depression depression two heads to the coast. >> storm brewing between bermuda and the bahamas the last four days. it's expected to make landfall in the state of south carolina tonight and tomorrow. >> expect rip currents and high winds. rick reichmuth joins us from the plaza. good morning. >> you have sometimes hurricanes and tropical storms that cause lots of damage. i don't think this is going to be that one. because it's a holiday weekend summer. a lot of people on the boches. rip current are going to be veally bad -- really bad this weekend. stay out of the water. you don't want something bad to happen to you. you have had all this rain across the central plains, flooding all up and down the central area of the country. we will see more rain again today across areas of nebraska. i think when you go farther off towards the south though, that's where we have had all of the rain. you take a look at that breneman texas, 1.3 inches.
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thursday wettest day they ever had more rain on yesterday on friday. and the flooding intense. future radar, few showers going through there. tonight we see another system develop across the hill country bringing more rain overnight. go into sunday, another system develops across the panhandle, and that goes sunday night into monday morning. we are going to continue to see rounds of rain across texas. but i think a little bit farther towards the west. hopefully breneman stays higher. >> we are going to break all kinds of records. lots of 90's sunday into monday. heat builds across the southeast. little cooler where that rain is coming on shore in carolinas. all right, guys. send it back to you inside. >> thanks, rick. >> we're going to tell you what's making headlines at this hour. 36 minutes after the hour. the parents of kate steinle file a wrongful death lawsuit against san francisco and federal officials arguing that her death could have been prevented if the alleged killer and illegal imgrant was behind bars.
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steinle was allegedly shot to death by seven-time convicted felon on a pier last july, sparking outrage over the city's sanctuary law. the lawsuit partly blaming the city's family roomer sheriff who released a suspect from custody without notifying immigration officials. also blaming deportation officials and the bureau of land management because the gun used to kill steinle was stolen from one of its agents. new numbers now should shedding light on how much of your taxpayer money is being spent helping smug grers. the obama administration spending at least $18.5 million to fly children across the united states who have been caught crossing the border illegally. about a third of that money spent on charter flights for about 10,000 kids. they are all flown to facilities run by health and human service office of refugee settlement. seizing american flags from a world war ii vet. a city worker confiscating the flag from a michigan business.
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a produce store lines his property with small american flags in honor of memorial day. someone in the city didn't approve of the patriotic gesture and took the flags, calling it signage. so he took to social media to write about the incident. it quickly caught the attention of city council member, even the mayor who actually apologized for the misunderstanding. the flags have since been returned along with an additional 24. the internet going wild over this baby. looks exactly like celebrity sheriff gordon ramsey. the photo of the baby whose name is arlo blue from wales was posted on twitter asking ramsey if he had been in the country about 10 months ago. he replied yes, 11 months ago so, close. >> uh-oh. >> why does the baby look like the pumpkin? >> is that what they were getting at? >> pretty early for that but that did occur to me, too. >> rick rick mouth standing by outside.
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>> it is fleet week 2016 here in new york city. and what a better way to welcome them with an obstacle course on the plaza, of course. first up the united states coast guard and go over the course of the leaders are the civilian military combine garfield griffith and lenny. welcome, guys. >> hi. we are so excited to be here today. >> we're gluttons for punishment so we always want some sort of a challenge out here. what you have done is a you thissening. tell us about it what we are doing here today. >> first of all, we are so excited and privileged to be here especially during fleet week. we will give you a little taste of our upcoming event in hamilton in brooklyn, new york on september 10th. >> the civilian military combine, this is a new event? there are lots of events like this but you are a newer group. >> started in 2011. a hybrid obstacle course race with the original hybrid obstacle race and
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hybrid race combination of two things. it's functional fitness plus fit style training. plus a five mile obstacle course race. >> which sounds like a lot of people can do that garfield, let's break down this race here. a lot of races you go out and run through mud and do obstacles. you are combining the cross fit stuff with this. >> we have the best of worlds. warm-up the pit professionally. they will do a cross fit style workout and then they will go and hit the five mile course over 25 obstacles. they are hitting the mud pits. >> is there barb wire is n. that. >> sure, yeah. >> um-huh. >> we didn't want to damage the military on fleet week. >> they are hitting the 12-foot ladder wall. it gets pretty high. >> especially if you are muddy. >> slippery so be careful. quarter pike great obstacle. likes like yeah they are going, now they are going to hit the monkey bars.
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quick burden of burden of burpe. ring the bell and it's done. >> all right. do you have to ring the bell with your feet? is that the rule? >> you can ring the bell with anything you like. >> i want to make sure clayton understands that. >> ring it with anything they like. >> thank you guys. a lot of members of the military are here. anna and clayton are doing this as well. i am. one of us will be hurt, i'm sure it's me. >> i'm the ref. >> he doesn't want to get dirty. >> yes, i don't want to get dirty. >> thanks, rick. >> you bet. >> you will meet mr. 1236 and 1237. mr. trump reached the delegates to proximate cause the republican nominee. meet the two delegates that put him over the top. >> actor johnny depp under investigation.
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we've got your headlines this morning. overeasy. johnny depp being ordered to stay away from estranged wife amber heard. granting the restraining order after depp was accused of hitting her in the face with a cell phone during an argument the two had. justin bieber who going to have to do a lot more than say sorry to get out of this one ♪ ♪
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>> a singer named casey denell filed a lawsuit saying bieber stole wrote in 2014 ♪ ♪ >> did he steal it? well, we're going to report and we're going to let you decide. >> right over the top from north dakota. so north dakota made a big statement, and i just really appreciate it. we will not forget it. thank you very much. i want to thank. >> what was that big statement? well, the last remaining delegates put donald trump over the top fresh off clinching the republican nomination this week in north dakota. who were the last two delegates that finally pushed trump over the threshold of 1237? joining us now are the -- two of these delegates north
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dakota, numbers 1236 and 1237 that put trump over the top. now, device, i understand there was joist ling back jostling back and forth who was going to be the last one how did you do it? >> it was an interesting turn of events. i got the phone call from the associated press the morning we were on our way up to see mr. trump. and he said we're counting did he delegates. we wanted it see if you were going to support trump for president i said how many delegates do you have. i said let you talk to my friend ben he will be number 1236 for you. i will get back to you. >> you waited for ben to jump. in what is what the reason you decide to do go with donald trump. north dakota didn't have a primary caucus so they were unbound. were you getting calls from cruz camp along the way and others and what put you over the top for donald trump? >> well, i had been a cruz
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supporter early on and up until the point when cruz suspended his campaign. and since then, there are v. been plenty of people from the donald trump campaign who had tried to reach out to me and asked me to switch my support. quite frankly, i had been holding out to get more details from the trump campaign. and to see where he stood on policy issues. with more specifics than he had offered prior. and so when they called me the day before donald trump was in north dakota and said we have 1236 delegates and we need one more, will you do it? and i said well, i have some questions. and they proceed to do do their best to answer my questions and then i agreed to do what they asked to become delegate number 1237. and i thought that would be exciting for north dakota to be the beginning of the process to stop hillary clinton. >> john, what put you over the top and were you getting phone calls over the past few months from a lot of different campaigns? >> yeah.
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did i start to get -- it wasn't over the last few months. it was more recently than that. and did i get some phone calls and have some conversations with surrogates of the trump campaign and got the assurances i was looking for, particularly with regard to social issues. i did get the the assurance from number one, ben carson i spoke with i spoke with ivanka trump and i spoke with some other members of trump's staff and campaign and they assured me that the republican platform would maintain a pro-life stance, pro-marriage stance. and that was very important for me. that made it a lot easier. >> i want to throw this out to both of you guys can jump on it however you want. donald trump the past few months has called the whole system rigged and whole delegate process rigged. now that i won i'm not going to talk about the delegate process anymore it's a rigged system. i won so i don't really care anymore. what do you say to that? is the whole system rigged? >> i guess it depends on if you look at it from a more
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traditional standpoint where the party was designed similar to our representative republic at the local level we have district conventions and those people elect people to the state convention and those people elect people to the national convention. these how it is north dakota. we go unbound but we go with the consent of those who elected us to do. that's traditional way of doing it more recent years it's turned into more of a primary process. if mr. trump had been favored by the former, then he probably wouldn't have liked the latter or vice versa. i think since he was attracting a lot of the people that maybe weren't traditional primary goers, you know, he felt that the primary system favored him. >> all right. ben and john, we thank you so much for joining us this morning. delegates 1236 and 1237 to put donald trump over the top. thanks, guys. >> if you have got one second, i have got one thing to give to john. and here is from north dakota. >> north dakota helping to make america great again, 1236 and 1237.
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hey, everybody, great to have you with us here on "fox & friends weekend." we are honoring our heroes, and that's what this memorial day is all about. and one national campaign aims to pay tribute to our troops by sharing their photos online. it's an easy, yet thoughtful thank that goes a long way. leading our campaign are sisters and founders of unite the u.s.a. kerry and stacy. they join us now. good morning, ladies, looking lovely and patriotic
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in your red, white, and blue. >> oh, you are so swift boat. thank you so much for having us. >> we appreciate it a lot. >> stacy, i will start with you. how does this work? >> well, first of all, i want to just give a big shout out to all our veterans and just kick this introduce off right. thank you so much, if you served, you are a hero and god bless you. and now for to answer your question we are promoting everybody can send a picture of their loved one past or present who served info unite the u.s.a. org. as easy to attach ago j peg to an email. >> what are you doing with the picture? >> we are posting them and it's really exciting because a lot of people are sharing and giving tribute on social media and and we appreciate you for doing that. you know, what i like to
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point out is, you know, greater love has no one than this than a man laid down his life for his friend. and that's what the lord said. and that's why every single veteran has been willing to do. >> that's the least we can do. >> and all of us here at "fox & friends" too is share images and make everybody proud to be an american this morning. that's why we are asking people to do the #proud american as they are doing things like. this yes. >> kerry, what made you to decide to do. >> we have had a wonderful opportunity for those who have done so much for us. my sister and i actually witnessed a fatal accident several years ago. >> yes. >> and it -- the difficulty of that made us realize how much our veterans have seen. >> yeah. because it was a head on collision, actually. and we prayed with the victim to receive christ as
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good morning, friends. how are you feeling? i hope you're doing well. today is saturday, may 28th, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. nightmare, deadly flooding and heavy rainfall soaking the south. tropical storm warnings up and down the east coast set to put a damper on the holiday weekend. we are tracking the storms straight ahead. >> and then chaos erupting on the campaign trail in the state of california. [shouting] >> anti-trump protesters attacking police, pushing over barricades, throwing projectiles. even threatening to acop's
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guns. we have the very latest coming up. >> 6 month old girl breaking record as the youngest water skier ever. >> no way. >> holy cow. >> did we mention she can't even walk yet? and she is here live this hour. we will have her go over half pipes. >> ring of fire. >> she has been alive for weeks. >> "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ that would never come to me ♪ words you know the mystery ♪ ♪ >> this is just one of the many ways we are celebrating fleet week here in new york city where 4500 sailors, marines, and coast guardsmen are coming to the big apple to enjoy all it has to offer. 15 ships have come in to manhattan, brooklyn and staten island.
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we have got a lot of those service members here on our plaza. >> we know our viewers like to see us in pain sometimes. and we're going to go through some bausched wire, mud pit, monkey bars, climb over a high wall. military civilian combine. different branches will be competing and we will go up against them. >> if you are betting on this at home, obviously this is mud races up a not. have you work out before you do the race. >> we will be doing that 9:00 hour. extreme weather threatening to put a damper on your holiday weekend. start with south carolina where they are bracing for tropical depression. storm is expect to do make landfill for tonight. bringing rain, rip current and battering waives. >> in texas, cow barely able to keep their heads above water. part of the storm systems slamming the plain states and in kentucky you see this.
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>> dash cam video capturing the moment lightning strikes a house. no one was hurt. >> but they were rattled. chief meteorologist rick reichmuth is tracking it all and has been for days. good morning. nothing more telling than that video of cows floating in that water. when you think of all the ranchers out there potentially losing a lot of their livelihood. rough thing across texas. take a look at the weather map. show you what's going on. we will see more rain in texas this weekend. however, not as bad as we saw this week. the severe weather really ramping down today. tomorrow coming back a little bit across west texas. we do have more rain there also watching the tropics. officially, hurricane season begins on wednesday, guys. here we are the weekend before first kind of unofficial weekend of summer and we have the storm moving toward the carolina coast line. it's going to bring rain and a lot of rip current. very rough seas there.
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people going to the beaches from georgia to the carolinas, they will continue to see those showers and that storm for the next day or two. last storm we are watching is really high temperatures across the northeast. in fact, dangerously hot, temps into the 90's for much of the area for today. all right, guys, send it back to you inside. >> holy smokes, lots of drama inside. thanks for joining us. >> anti-trump protests erupting in california once again. [shouting] >> hundreds of people clashed with police in san diego yesterday. they were beaten back with batons. meanwhile, inside, trump spoke to thousands at a rally. >> garrett tenney joins us live from washington, d.c. with more on that unrest. good morning, garrett. >> tucker, anna, and clayton. good morning. can you see in the pictures it got heated there at times. leading up to this rally, san diego's police chief vowed that they would not tolerate any sort of violence or law-breaking like we saw in albuquerque just a few days ago.
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that's why there was a very heavy and visible police presence all around the arena yesterday separating the trump protesters and supporters. there were more than a thousand demonstrators at one point, including a large contingent of organized labor groups and immigrant activists. can you see some of those protesters tried to storm the police barricades at one point and clashed with police who were trying to keep them back. as the rally got out, police tried to keep the two groups separated and did a good job of it for the most part. some smokes were just looking to go at it. and go at it they did. that's when a massive police force dressed in riot gear moved in to clear the area and started arresting the protesters who refused to leave. in total, 35 people were arrestd unlike we saw in albuquerque, no officers were injured and there were no reports of property damage. last night donald trump praised the police department on twitter.: we
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have seen a large contingent of the recent protests across the southwest include immigration activists. despite that inside the rally trump told his supporters ising going to do great with latino voters, particularly in california. >> we're going to do great with latinos because i'm bringing back jobs. the latinos, african-americans, we're doing great with african-americans. they want jobs. we're losing our jobs to everybody. we're being taken advantage of by the world. >> and trump is taking the day off the campaign trail today but tomorrow he is scheduled fullback here in d.c. for the annual rolling thunder bike rally to honor our veterans. tucker, anna, and clayton. >> thank you so much, garrett tenney live in d.c. >> battle neck in neck in california right now. bernie sanders says i'm not getting out of this. 2 points margin of error. that's why he wants to take on donald trump in the debate. >> he could win california.
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california is the biggest state. it's the most consistently liberal state. if you are looking at the future of the democratic party, you have got to think it's in california. hillary clinton is in danger of losing. she is not each campaigning there apparently. moving all her resources to noong. playing the numbers game. is he playing the voter game. she will probably win the demonstration it looks like but he has won the argument and moral victory. >> exposing her as vulnerable candidate heading into november in a general election. but, yeah, you are right. bernie sanders does want to debate donald trump. and for about 48 hours everybody was talking about it top news headlines on a lot of web sites, well now we are learning it is not going to happen. donald trump says this is why. he says now that i'm the presumptive republican nominee it seems inappropriate i would debate the second place finisher, therefore as much as i want to debate bernie sanders and it will be an easy payday i will wait to debate the first place finisher in the democratic party probably hillary clinton or whoever it may be. >> trump is taking a lot of heat for being light on specifics which i think is a
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fair criticism frankly of the trump campaign. no one ever secretary of state bernie sanders this guy isn't able to answer the basic question. if it's not noun wall street it's not in the script. venezuela has enacted your economic program and it's collapsed completely. so he was asked about this in an interview with univision. >> he didn't know how to answer it. >> he literally had no idea. he said i'm not running. >> not the same in the united states he says. >> he says i don't want to talk about that i will talk about donald trump and i do, in fact, want to debate him, me, debate me, donald. here is bernie sanders. >> first he said he would do it. then he said he wouldn't do it. then he said he would do it. then he said he wouldn't do it. so, i would hope that if he changed his mind four times in two days change it a fifth time. trump claims to be a real tough guy, pushes people around. hey, donald, come on up. let's have a debate about the future of america.
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>> i would love to watch that debate. >> i would, too. >> the like the debates. that would particularly be an interesting one. >> does it serve donald trump in any way. >> it would be weird by the way for the republican nominee to debate the loser on the democratic side. it would be interesting to ask a question if you want to put corporate chief domes in jail? under what law? how are you going to do that? put them in jail? charging them with what? he couldn't answer. >> he has been asking about whether donald trump should debate bernie sanders and what think about this. >> mark from facebook says why debate somebody who has no chance of becoming president. >> i'm a trump supporter he should not have said he would debate and then renege. >> why is she shureking that debate. >> amanda on facebook. never thought it should have been done anyway. wait for democrats to finish with a nomination. >> let us know we have a thread on facebook page, ff
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weekend. you will see the trump vs. sanders comment thread. just jump in there and let us know your thoughts. >> love to hear from you. making headlines. you have got to see this video if you haven't yet. spacex pulls off another amazing feet landing unmanned rocket on the platform in the middle of the atlantic ocean. [cheers and applause] >> that spacex's third successful landing in the past two months. the unmanned falcon nine rocket lyfted off from cape canaveral and touched down after placing an asian communication satellite into orbit. rescue crews are confirming early think morning they recovered the body of a pilot who crashed his vintage plane in hudson river last night. this video shows the splash of the warberg which according to witnesses wasfullying low with smoke pouring from the tail. the pilot william gordon of
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florida was the only person on board. he was practicing for upcoming air show celebrating 75th anniversary of the p-47. >> there is an investigation underway into what on earth went wrong. today america gets its first third party presidential nominee as libertarians head to national convention in holder. many expect frontrunner and former new mexico governor gary johnson to take the nomination for the second time in the row. last election he only got 0.99% of the popular vote. and one of these things is not like the other. the controversy over whether or not a hot dog is classified as a sandwich. whether it should be. it's reignited on this memorial day weekend. mary ann webster ruffling feathers with this tweet have a great memorial day weekend. a hot dog is a sandwich. point to the definition of a sandwich which is two slices or more of bread or a split roll having a filling in between. well, many people are i couldn't tell raged though including one person calling
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the tweet terrorism. come on. >> i love a hot dog. i love it last night. it's meat between two buns that's a sandwich. >> why is that not a sandwich? >> the relentless attack on america's preferred food continues. >> where do you come down on this? >> obviously it's a sandwich. it's american. it's memorial day. if you are not eating hot dogs. time to reconsider. >> have three, not just one. coming up this weekend on the show. we just showed you chaos erupting outside the donald trump rally in california. but when this happened month ago, the left was quick to condemn the violence. so where is that outrage now former apprentice omarosa joins us in a debate next. >> the world's largest cruise ship has set sail: debate ahead. ♪ i knew the panic was over ♪ and since we found out ♪ since we found out
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>> chaos in california as anti-trump protesters riot in the streets during the republican frontrunner's rally yesterday. when this happened in march, democrats were quick to condemn trump and his supporters. watch. >> mr. trump should not be urging people on. this is deeply distressing. and i think as the campaign goes further, more and more americans are going to be really disturbed by the kind of campaign is he running. >> deeply distressing. the left doesn't seem very
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dopily distressed this morning? where is the outrage now? is there a double stashed when it comes to trump and his rallies? here is jessica and political strategist at shone consulting and political supporter omarosa, professor of business at howard university in washington. former apprentice contestant and trump supporter. god to see you both. first to you jessica, it does seem like a double standard. this was approaching a riot, throwing things at the police isn't this a threat to political system. >> hillary and bernie should. we have seen over the past few -- these are unequivocally bernie sanders supporters not hillary clinton supporters. 100 percent. we don't want anyone to get hurt. we have seen the great effects of peaceful protests other the years and what's ail that's accomplished. if donald trump wasn't so divisive i doubt we would be having this issue in the first place.
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absolutely we should be hearing from the democratic con democrats on the issue. i think that's fair. this just feeds into trump's argument that, you know, he is the one who is right for america. and he is the one who wants to bring people together which is totally absurd to my mind. >> only ross is a, only omarosa. isn't that blaming the victim here? , i have to agree with jessica. there needs to be a response from the democratic candidate because we also know that there have been who have been behind some of these protests like george soros and the move on.org who is now raising money because of these protests. also, they know that the optics really work against donald trump. and so you see that there are people who are coming out and know that this is going to in some way,
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always, be credit to do donald trump although he is not provoking these protesters. >> yeah. it's his fault. >> well on the not provoking trump we do remember that donald trump owould pay the legal fees of anyone who got in a fight where he talked about the african-american man who was in one of his rallies he said go ahead and punch him in the face. donald trump is not innocent here. >> okay, hold on, hold on. i don't think there is any indication that the man's race had anything to do with it, one. i mean, there is no indication targeted the guy because he was black. >> oh, no, no, no. he happened to be black. >> she threw it in there to be provocative. that's what they do. >> don't talk about me as they omarosa. >> between the tensions between all of these different groups, there are these immigration groups pro-immigration they know donald trump has a very strong stance on illegal immigration so, yes, they throw out these words to try to conjure up negative images, but donald trump is not responsible for these folks who are being organized some by the hillary clinton camp as we saw with the veterans
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protest outside of donald trump towers last woke. and so we know what's going on. and i think the american people have become very, very wise to these protesters are not spontaneously coming out to protest. they are there to contribute to negative optics against donald trump. >> why the mexican flag? i don't think i have ever seen a foreign flag flown at american political rally. what's the message there? >> i think it's that that americans stand in solidarity with mexico. donald trump has said that yes not all mexicans are criminals and rapists but that a lot of them are and they are not sending their best. >> the government of mexico? >> no. i don't think it has anything to do with the government of mexico. >> vicente fox is not a fan of donald trump. we do not want a wall at the border. we do not think that these people are criminalsenned racists. we could not agree with his muslim ban and all of these controversial and decisive policies. it may be winning votes. >> sadly out of time.
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virus could put athletes and others at risk. the world health organization disagrees. >> here's a question for you. would you pay your kids to stay of off of drugs? a new program is encouraging parents to do just that it's called the pact. which the standards for parents and children together. and it sends drug tests straight to your home to help keep your children clean. >> james huber is the founder of the pact and joins us now. good morning. >> good morning. >> you actually have used this with your kids and you say it works. >> it does, yes. >> what gave you the idea for it. >> i went to my kids' school and i really encouraged them to drug test. they didn't want to be a part of that one of the people said if you feel so strongly why don't you drug test them yourself? so i thought that's a great idea. i had to come up with incentives laying it out to the kids. i thought what a great idea for a business and a way to help other people. >> how does it work exactly? what is the pact you make with your kids? >> so it's an internet site
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www the pact.com. and we are a subscription based model where a parent and child make a covenant together online not to do drugs. and we send two random drug tests to the house every year. you get a hair test and when we get the -- you self-addressed envelope back to us. >> it's hair. >> correct. >> no cup involved. >> no cup involved. very clean. cut a little piece of hair, sends it back. gives us a long window of potential use. when we send the clear email back to you that the child is clean, the parent releases it, we then release a $25 reward to the child. and so it's a test confirm reward program. >> so could the kid do it every week? get 25 bucks every week? >> they could if the parents want to do shell that out. >> what kind of criticisms you have gotten? some would say parents should trust their kids and kids should be doing this anyway. they shouldn't be getting paid to not do drugs. >> we get a little bit of that. if you have ever had kids you tell them to clean their
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room, if they do it go get a ice cream cone. that's what this is about. >> one of the things you address is the peer pressure. this gives the kids the opportunity to deal with peer pressure by saying, look, hey, my parents are testing me. >> that's really the crux of it. the pact website facilitates the conversation and covenant with the kids. what this boils down to is a child being able to say in peer pressure environment. my patients test me. i can't do that. if you talk to the kids who are on it, they really love it go to a 12-year-old ideal age. say are you going to do drugs? of course not. once you get them on the pact. how are they going to say no. when their 16 they will say mom and dad i don't want to do this anymore? you are going to have a good peace of mind as a parent. there is a lot of programs out there that talk about not doing drugs. this is a verification, which gives the child a weapon, a crutch, a tool with their piers and gives parents great peace of mind. >> make mom and dad the bad
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guy. they are happy to do it. >> you don't start at 17. you start when they are younger. >> you can start at 17. ideally start at 12. much owessier conversation with a 12-year-old than a 17-year-old. we have older kids. kids in college doing it they really appreciate it. >> what about the proliferation of marijuana use. see a movement across the country. people say marijuana is harmless. where do you come down on that debate. >> it's a total gateway drug. if you look at the statistics. lots of details and statistics on pact.com. 65% of kids of adolescence who get involved with drugs have a much greater chance of becoming addicts. it drops to like 2% after the age of 18. so getting the -- delaying that. if you even have to have it, is a critical thing to avoid addiction. a lot of kids have addictive personalities and addiction in their jeans. you are just playing russian roulette with your children today. the opioid addiction in this
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country is tremendous. more kids i do die of overdose today than in car accidents. >> that's unbelievable. >> where can people learn more about this and sign up? >> www.the pact.com. we have videos and explain the whole program. we highly recommend school leaders, social workers, church leaders, community leaders, advocates, parents get involved. if we can get everybody on the pact, we can really stop this scourge coming through the country. >> great to see you. >> great to see you. thank you so much. >> coming up next, the state lawmaker pushing to take the declaration of independence out of our schools because, brace yourselves, it was written by white men and wrong message to send our quds. we will bring you more on that story coming up. >> what says memorial day better than a barbecue? pit master to show us how to make the perfect baby back ribs. that's what i'm making tomorrow. and we have seen the coast guard run the course on our plaza, now it's the neigh's turn. they're up.
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♪ >> calves, muscles and triceps working overtime. >> tell something about me. >> we know better. float week in new york city. what better way to honor our troops than with a course on the plaza. >> can i sibert ways of welcoming them. >> we have to lift all these weights? i didn't know that. >> we saw the coast guard running the course an hour ago. now the united states navy is taking the course and. >> they start with weight lifting and go threw the mud pit over there up the wall. >> they do a cross fit workout. it's a wand. their workout of the day that they start with before they do the race. a mud run on top of a workout. >> do you think i could pull this off? >> absolutely. >> i will hold your coat, sir. >> video game. >> they are being very kind. rick is going to try it next hour. >> facing off against the marines. camp lejeune. rick, are you ready? >> we are not calling it facing off against the
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marines. let's say they're doing it and i'm doing it at the same time. i'm sure they will finish first. >> tandem. >> exactly. welcome to new york. happy 18th birthday. >> thank you. >> where are you here from? >> maryland. >> from maryland, all right. nice memorial day in new york city for the 18th birthday. that's awesome. take a look at the weather maps, guys. you came here for the warmest day we have h warm here and down across parts of the carolinas. storm we have been talking about. tropical depression depression two. we had a hurricane in the east atlantic a few months ago. that was the first storm. we are here to watch likely this become a tropical storm and impact areas of the carolinas this weekend with mostly rain. and a lot of rip current. not a great weekend at the beach and some people hoping for that unfortunately. by monday, a lot of the rain moves in towards the northeast as well. today, a great day across the northeast. spotty thunderstorms because it's going to be so hot and humid. we will see a few thunderstorms fire by the end of the day. down to the southeast, not a bad day either. except for the rip current see in the beach later today and across central texas.
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little bit of rain as well. storms out across the west. cooler conditions. certainly for this time of year. all right, guys, send it back to you inside. >> thanks, rick. >> or outside. we will stay outside. >> some other stories making headlines this saturday morning. now the parents of kate steinle, the young woman murdered on a san francisco pier by an illegal immigrant, been deported five times filing a wrongful death lawsuit. city of san francisco and federal officials. the family argued her death could have been profnted but the killer was kept behind bars. juan francisco sanchez convicted felon seeking refuge. lawsuit placing blame on san francisco's former sheriff who released sanchez without notifying federal immigration officials. knowledge police officer narrowly escaping a falling tree. >> holy smokes. wow. dash cam video shows the
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officer running as he hears it being extraing. >> removing a branch, that tree nearly fell right on top of him and then branches hit his legs knocking him down. he suffered a cut on his head and broken wrist. glad he is okay though. world's biggest cruz ship look likes a huge disaster. some of the first paying passengers on the harmony of the seas not having the dream start they had hoped for with attractions closed. holes in the floor, and at least one glass panel missing by a children's play area. the cruise ship left south hampton on saturday. calling the ship a construction site and serious risk to those on board. royal caribbean cruises says they are finishing touches. saying this is a preinaugural. >> did you see that guard rail? put that up. >> you think. >> defending his endorsement of donald trump saying he can't live with donald
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trump. if you can't live with clinton president four years i can't. i will do whatever can i to prevent it if that's the conclusion you reach, i respect after 8 years of obama four years of clinton is too much for me. encouraged rubio to run for re-election in florida. those are your headlines. >> paul ryan not yet endorsing senator ted cruz not yet endorsing tucker and rick standing by over at the pit. >> if you are getting ready to fire up your grill for memorial day that is what is happening this weekend. >> really nobody better to lead us through barbecue. >> you are a four time world championship you know what you are talking about. >> i hope so. >> ribs is what we want. >> ribs is everybody's favorite. i'm going to one of my favorite ribs. it's smithfield's extra
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tender back rib. i made a roasted toe made toe chipotle honey glaze. we started them on the grill. we're going to do a two zone method one one side is hot and one side is cool. >> a two zone method? >> yes, sir. it is basically where we want to have a hot side of a grill and cool side. with meat like ribs are going to take a long time to get to tender, start them off on the hot side, give them a nice good color, then we will move them to the cool side and cook until they're tender. >> how long each. >> two hours on the hot side, two hours on the cool side. >> then, what rick is doing is just a finishing step. a lot of times people will sauce meat too soon and then they will put it on the hot grill. most sauces have a little bit of sugar in there and you will burn them up. >> i'm not going to lie. i want to put chips in this. >> great for sauce is a. a little vinegar. the recipe smithfield throwdown.com.
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pit master and myself have done a bunch of recipes. rib recipe. pork tender lion. dig in. >> how does the pork tender lion work? >> what i like about a dish like pork tender lion is it's a quick cook. if you don't have hours and hours to stand by the grill. simple rub grill it to 145 degrees internal temperature. let it rest a little bit. i made an apple ginger chutney. i like cool side with a hot pork. you can find this recipe at smithfield throwdown.com. hot recipe and chutney recipe. >> this is really good. >> it is good. and, you know, right here with memorial day weekend going in. cook some ribs. cook some tender lion, make some slaw,. >> you have blown my mind. that's the word from toughy stone. when you speak the words are in red by the way. yes, they are.
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>> >> we have some food we are going to give to some of our people here for food week which is often. thank you so much. >> thank you so much. >> feed them and they will come. >> honey chipotle, i am doing ribs tomorrow i. >> roasted tomato. >> thanks, rick. >> you have got to put that -- >> coming up, the state lawmaker wants the declaration of independence out of our schools, because it was written by white men. >> the declaration of independence only caucasians were free. >> founding document racist. we report. you decide. >> six month old girl records as the youngest water skier ever. did we mention she can't even walk yet? she is here live with her folks coming up next. ♪ america
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welcome back. samsung unveiling the new galaxy c 5 china. does that look familiar to you? many say the phone closely resembles the iphone 6. it even includes a fingerprint sensor and similar color scheme. big difference when it comes to the price. c $5,350 while the iphone 6 s is nearly $650. well, facebook now tracking you. each if you don't have an account. the site is using cookies and other plug-ins to track members and nonmembers on third party sites. it hopes to information nonusers to show more targeted ads. anna? tucker? >> all right. here we are. the declaration of independence is under attack. and the person trying to tamp it down of all people is a lawmaker. listen to this. >> well, the declaration of
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independence can only caucasians were free. for you to bring a bill to request that our children will recite the declaration, i think it's a little bit unfair. >> this was democratic louisiana congressman barbara norton fought and defeated a bill that would require kids to recite the declaration of independence. her thought the declaration is racist. >> i hear it's your birthday. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> you think the state congresswoman got it wrong. why? >> this is outrageous. first of all, slavery was before the documents our founding fathers create dollars these documents. these documents are the blueprint of our country. and for her to be attacking the declaration of independence, that is attacking liberty. that's attacking freedom. why not attack the history
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of the democrat party which she is a member of. the party much the can k and trying to keep blacks enslaved and keep the blacks segregated. why not attack that history. i find this selective outrage on her part in attacking our documents of our country. >> well, and isn't it a little weird since she a representative of the u.s. government. she is elected lawmaker, an official. it's a little deck -- decadent to attack the founding document of this country that made your job possible? >> exactly right there. should be push back on this. people should not let her get away with this. she should be looking at the fact that when you look at the democrat policies in our country, the progressive policies that are harming black americans, that's what she should be focused on. the failures in public schools. kids are being held back. the failures of the high taxes and regulations that are preventing people from
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moving ahead and getting jobs. these are the policies from the progressives that are harming back americans. this would be a way to liberate americans. lower taxes, less regulations, good public schools. pro-growth solutions and that's something that she should be focused on. >> how important is it to raise our kids to be patriotic? even with the pledge of allegiance some people don't want you to say one nation under got and some people don't want to say pledge of allegiance in the first place. >> whole pc culture has turned on its head. you are right. go ahead. the citing of the pledge of allegiance. for the students to be able to recite the declaration of independence. that is history. that is something that so many children are lacking today. real history. what really happened in our country and instead they're getting this twisted view from people like representative norton. >> who i bet you my car she couldn't recite three lines. >> i am sure she shouldn't. >> deenen, happy birthday,
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despite this you remain cheerful and positive. >> 12 minutes before the top of the hour, you grow up and graduate from college. what's the next step? do you move in with your mom and dad? one millennial says it's the smart thing to do. you will hear from him just ahead. >> take a look at this. a 6 month old breaking records as the youngest water skier ever. of course, you can't even walk yet, but she can water ski and she joins. there she is. she joins us next ♪ surfing u.s.a. ♪ inside, outside ♪ u.s.a. ♪ t all the way to jordan and chelsea's wedding. rumble! road trip. there she is. uh oh, oh, oh, oh, what? so here is our road trip itinerary. what's this? a bunch of different places... nah, bro. we gotta go off-script. rip to shreds every motel, cabin and teepee,
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orlando. baby and her father keith. nice to see both of you this morning. >> i like to see you guys. thanks for having us. >> keith, you are a professional water skier. you knew what you were doing. how did you know that she would take to this so readily? >> well, you know, we pretty much live in the water. we are in the boat. we are in the pool. so she was comfortable around the water and always happy around the water. and then once we got her standing kind of like she is doing right now. we just had hold her fingers and hands and she would stand there we figures if she can stand, maybe she can water ski. >> so the key her, keith is in the grip. we know a baby's grip is like a vice, right? once they hold on to your little pinky, you are not letting go. >> yeah. exactly. exactly. that's what we always too we put our finger in the hands and let them squeeze and we kept on doing.
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>> guinness book of world records contacted you? do you know if this is like a baby record? >> i actually contacted them because we broke a couple gipp miss records in bare foot water skiing and they said they don't do any records for 16 years and younger. unfortunately we couldn't get in the guinness book. >> curious. baby water skis did you have to create or fashion baby water skis or can you buy them online. >> you can buy them. can you buy junior skis. these are old cypress garden i put a pole. >> keith, you know there has been controversy all of this. people online criticizing you, saying you are putting the baby in danger. you even received a visit from child protective services. what did they say to you? >> they weren't concerned at all. they said people didn't get the full story, which they didn't. they see bits and clips and
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stuff like that. they thought this baby was out in the middle of the lake. it was on a private lake. we had safety people there. because we just got done holding a bare foot water ski tournament. all the right people were in place. we took the safety precautions we needed and everything was fine. everyone is going to have an opinion, of course. everything was fine. everything was good. >> you know. we have seen this challenge on a kind of nice, quiet lake there in orlando, 700 feet. are you going to take things to the next level, maybe like off of a half pipe jumping? any jumps for her? >> no, no. we would never do that nothing like that. maybe in the future when she continues water skiing and she wants to do it and wants to enjoy the passion that her mom and i have, maybe we will take it to step. not right now. >> i would love to see some ton item side by side babies. if you can find another water skiing baby. >> that would be funny. >> all right, keith. well, thanks so much for bringing her on the show this morning. it is probably nap time.
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we have baby we zyla back to nap time. thank you so much, keith. >> thank you for having us. >> have a great holiday weekend. >> you too. >> thanks. it's the brand new movie shedding light on how the clintons got rich. >> government that want something from the state department while hillary clinton is secretary of state. they will make a large payment to the clinton foundation. >> clinton cash author peter sweitzer joins us live straight ahead. then want to learn a trick. dancing scientists shows us how to levy at a time beach balls. and much more when we come back. ♪
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good morning. i am anna kooiman. it's saturday, the 28th of may, 2016. this is a fox news alert. at least two people are dead. others still missing as thunderstorms and torrential downpours soak the state of texas and the threat of more extreme weather continues today. we are tracking the storms straight ahead. >> and then there was chaos on the campaign trail. [shouting] thousands of protesters became rioters and clashed on the streets of downtown san diego yesterday. angry at donald trump, dozens woke up in jail this morning. is this a sign of things to come? we will have the very latest. >> you never know what's going to happen when the dancing scientist is in the house. >> walk like a zombie? >> okay. >> now when your body goes one way, move your head the opposite way. let's take it to the next level. >> oh my god. >> we just exposed that you only have one outfit. you are wearing the same
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thing. [ laughter ] >> anna, that was recorded earlier this morning. >> with a different anchor in the center square. >> "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ one way or another ♪ i'm going to find ya ♪ i'm going to getcha, getcha, getcha ♪ one way or another ♪ i'm going to win you ♪ i'm going to getcha. >> we are celebrating fleet week here in new york city today by testing our skills at the civilian military combine. >> next week earlier on "fox & friends" navy and coast guard they competed and rick is running this hour with the marines. competing with the marines? >> taking on the entire united states marine corps. [ laughter ] >> mono o manno. >> we are asking for you to
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send your pictures. what makes you proud to be an american. #proud american. >> a lot to choose from. >> what do you think of clayton's outfit same one every day for years. >> graduation pictures, your eyes were closed. the picture you gave us. >> look, no one pays attention. >> that's true. i can wear the same outfit every day. >>' we got extreme weather to get to. it is memorial day weekend. plans on hold across the country and through big storms threaten millions of people. >> south carolina bracing for tropical depression. the storm is expect to do make landfall tonight bringing rain, rip current and winds up to 40 miles per hour. >> state of texas, floodwaters have turned roads into rivers. good samaritans rush to help a woman trapped inside of her van. they had to use a lad tore bring her to safety and they did. the flooding is part of a system that is battering the plain states. our chief meteorologist rick revised code mouth has been tracking. >> it's been such a rough week across texas, not just texas, oklahoma, kansas and
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nebraska. so many tornadoes, and flooding. this is the last 24 hours of the storm. a lot of it is moving away. weakening today. the last seven days. we are watching a weaker pattern that's going to be setting up here across parts of the plains. at least for a day or two. that said, we're going to see a little bit more rain possibly across parts of louisiana. take a look at these totals. over 19 inches of rain falling in two days in brennan, texas, break as record from anything have you ever seen. flooding is extreme. north of the houston area. seeing four to five hundred year floods to give you an idea. it's been incredibly tough one. here we go, across the carolinas. a tropical depression likely later on today becoming a tropical storm impacting coastal areas of the carolinas and georgia. mostly just a rainmaker as well as a lot of rip current. take a look at this though. one of the reasons we think it will strengthen into a tropical storm. this here is the gulf stream, guys. really warm temperatures right there. give you idea. image how warm those waters
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are that move out there across parts of the atlantic. >> that's pretty cool. thanks, rick. >> violence from anti-trump protesters erupting again in california. [. >> crowds clashing with police in san diego, resulting in dozens of arrests. >> what is going on? garrett tenney has the answer. he joins us now from washington. good morning, garrett. >> good morning, y'all. the san diego police department did not want to have a repeat of what we saw in albuquerque, new mexico a few days ago when protesters overwhelmed the police, smashed windows, ended up jumping on some of the patrol cars. can you see in san diego policy not taking any chances and had a very heavy invisible presence outside the city's convention center where thousands of trump supporters attended a rally. outside, there were more than 1,000 protesters at one point, including organized labor groups and immigrant activists. most of them were peaceful, but you can see here some the demonstrators trying to storm the police barricades
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and clashing with officers who had to beat them back with batons. >> then as the rally got out, police tried to keep the trump protesters and supporters separated. but some folks on both sides were just looking to go at it and go at it they did. when fights start to do break out, a massive police force wearing riot gear moved in to clear the area. and started arresting the protesters who refused to leave. in total, 35 people were arrested and unlike albuquerque no officers injured and no reports of property being damaged. last night donald trump praised the san diego police department on twitter saying fantastic job on handling the thugs who tried to disrupt our very peaceful and well attended rally. greatly appreciated. trump is making his way back east today. he will be here in d.c. tomorrow for the annual rolling thunder bike rally to honor our veterans bark to y'all. >> thanks, garrett. criticism this morning on the left. >> where is the left? the outrage we saw a number
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of months ago from hillary clinton and others condemning the protests donald trump rallies saying that donald trump was fomenting these types of appearances in chicago and other places. this was hillary clinton back in march. she was come out and talking about it? >> mr. trump should not be urging people on. this is doily distressing. i think as the campaign goes further, more and more americans are going to be really disturbed by the kind of campaign he is running. >> crickets this morning. >> right. yes. >> staying silent in fact, taking advantage of it. >> not just staying silent. look, this is what he gets. is he a divisive figure. if you say something i disagree with it's okay for people to use violence to stop from you speaking. i don't think they want to go down this road. this is crazy. and you think this is accelerating or diesel ler rating? it's
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they are turning this into a referendum. >> it's a long road until noe. with the negative numbers, how much worse is this going to get? >> nine days until the california primary. of course, a lot up for grabs there. there is a roe lucien happening in the democratic party right now. >> that's for sure. >> hillary clinton seemed like she would clean up in california. now polls have her neck and neck with bernie sanders. bernie sanders had been calling on donald trump to do a debated. he says i'm not throw not guilty towel yet. hillary clinton may be up in the delegate count. i'm still here and i want to debate donald trump. well, donald trump has now called it off. >> yep. here is what he said in a statement. he said now that i'm the presumptive republican nominee it seems inappropriate that i would debate the second place finisher, therefore, as much as i want to debate bernie sanders, it would be an easy bay day. i will wait to debate the first place finisher in the democratic party, probably crooked hillary clinton or
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whoever it may be. >> can i just point out? >> it would be such an easy payday. that is such a mike tyson line. i love it such an easy payday. >> going up against buster douglass. >> there were #s-hash tags out on twitter. bernie sanders said this with bill maher on his program with trump declining debate him. he said he wouldn't do it. then he said he would do it. i would hope if he changed his mind four times in two days change it a fifth time. you know, trump claims to be a real tough guy, pushes people around. hey, donald, come on up. let's have a debate about the future of america. >> i would like to see that. it would be interesting to hear bernie sanders explain what he makes of, for example, venezuela. that's a country that took his economic program seriously. they implemented it under hugo chavez.
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what are the fruits? what happened? well, the country completely fell apart. not fell apart like people having trouble sending their kids to summer camp. people are not getting enough protein. it's impoverished. riots. they don't have toilet paper. >> >> flatbed trucks being looted. grocery stores being ripped apart from people going in and smashing down doors and grabbing any food they could find. >> you would think that senator sanders had an opinion about this and one he would want to share, right? >> he was questioned about socialism in latin american when he was on a program on univision and here is what he said. >> the video is telling, too. when he is asked a question he is clearly uncomfortable and rocks forward and out of the way because he doesn't
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want to answer. you know, i'm running for the american government right now. that's all i want to talk about. >> it's so interesting. if i said i have a cure for a fatal disease and i gave it to 100,000 people and all of them died wouldn't my cure be considered invalid? wouldn't we say the facts are in, the evidence is here, it doesn't work. that's what argentina and venezuela and brazil and north korea every place socialism has been tried it failed. what does he make of that? i would like to know. >> american election. he doesn't want to talk about the evidence. >> following other stories making headlines. ifcome to tv. spacex pulls off unmanned rocking platform in the middle of the atlantic ocean. [. [cheers and applause] >> that's spacex's third
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successful landing. cape canaveral touch down after placing communication satellite into orbit. rescue crews said they found the body of a pilot who crashed his world war ii plane in to the hudson river in new york last night. this video shows the splash of the p 37 warberg flying smoke pouring from the tail. the pilot william gordon of florida was only person on bored. weighs practicing for upcoming air show celebrating the 75th anniversary of the p-47. there is investigation underway into what went wrong. another major recall over takata airbags. 8 automakers now calling back more than 12 million cars in the united states alone. it effects several models by chrysler, toyota, mazda, mitsubishi and ferrari. new recall focusing on passenger side airbags being blamed for 11 deaths
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worldwide. and thousands showing up to airports early for tsa's screening. surprised to find the very short line this memorial day. and may actually need to build in some extra time for starbucks instead. customers tweeting out pictures showing the line for lattes was much longer than the security line. check out the scene at o'hare yesterday. a line wrapping around the corner. one of the most widely criticized for the long tsa lines lately. needless to say many travelers this weekend may need to skip the frappuccinos to catch their flights. >> that's why i missed the whole 6:00 a.m. hour this morning. didn't get my starbucks. >> is there any failure of government than tsa lines. >> i don't care what the obama administration promises if they can't get me to my gate in two hours, they have failed. >> they're making it better now. because story was how much longer the lines were at starbucks than the tsa lines. >> people are missing flights because of unionized
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security guards. many are nice people. so disorganized they can't get to their gate on time. that's a failure. >> looks like things are getting a little better though. >> this weekend one of the worst weekends for it we will be watching this over the next two days. >> get your tsa precheck it helps. >> no. don't get it. >> because we don't want you to clog our lines. >> you think it's been tough at the airport. say a prayer you are not hillary clinton, really tough for her. proof that the circle is closing in on that campaign. peter sweitzer has been sounding the alarm on the clinton corruption machine for years. he is here to tell us what he thinks might happen next. >> memorial day controversy online. the dictionary now defining the hot dog as a sandwich. somewhere the early of sandwich is rolling his eyes. email us at foxnews.com. >> so sacred it should be in its own category. a hot dog, is a hot dog is a hot dog. >> feed me for two bucks.
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hillary clinton clearly violated department rules by use of email server. despite the new revelations, remain confident viewers won't care in the fall. >> i know people have concerns about that. i understand. this i think voters are going to be looking at the full picture of what i have to offer, may life, and my service. >> is she right? will voters not care when it comes down to it? and what does this mean for the fbi investigation? and what exactly did this report say? joining us now with someone who has followed this very
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closely from the very beginning, sweitzer brand new documentary in the works "clinton cash" based on best-selling book out in july. great to see you this morning. >> thanks, tucker. >> this report comes from the inspector general immediately dismissed bay democrats this congress no big deal. what have we learned about this. >> we have learned a couple of important things. first of all, up until this point the whole debate over the email server has been a classic he said, she said scenario where the clintons are saying it's no big deal. critics are saying it is a big deal. the statement -- state department has stepped in inspector general this is a big deal. there were intentional violations of the rules. that they were warned not to do this and that they did it in a systematic way. the second thing, tucker, is the report clearly shows is the scale of what the clintons had done. you know, their argument had previously been well collin powell did. this condoleezza rice kind of did this. the report says that
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basically that's ridiculous. that's kind of like saying if you steal my pencil or steal my child you are a thief in both cases. you might be a thief in both cases but the scale means that you not compare the two. the report makes that very, very clear. >> it's all about magnitude. but also the response to it back in 2000 so 10 the reports says. employees noticed she was doing this wait a second this is not the right thing to do. they were told by superiors be quiet and never mention it again. >> right. yeah, exactly. they were doing their jobs. they were trying to make sure that communication was secure. and they were basically told to shut up about it there is almost testimony coming out in court in some of these cases involving judicial watch. and you have long time state department employees saying that, look, hillary clinton to use her blackberry rather than a computer or something we would set up for would have to actually levy her office and go out in the hallway because the state department has these harden
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offices to the prevent electronic information for security purposes. so the clinton argument that this was done for convenience doesn't hold water at all. >> unbelievable. you have a new documentary coming out in july, clinton carkin, based on your fantastic book. give us just a quick trailer, quick preview of what we are going to see. >> what you are going to see is classic follow the money. and essentially what you are going to see is that outside foreign entities, that's what is so key about this. we are not talking about wall street or american companies. we're talking about foreign entities. writing large checks to the clintons. either in the form of payments to the clinton foundation or putting money in their pocket with speaking fees. and the clintons doing favors in return for that money. >> it's unbelievable. your book laid it out this film is going to be great. i'm totally convinced. peter schweizer, thank you for joining us. hope you will come back. up next, heard of kids eat flee. children fly free as long as they are children of illegal
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today he is going to show us some science skills perfect for memorial day weekend. the dancing scientist is back once again. one of our favorite guests. great to see you this morning. >> great to be here for the memorial day weekend. >> yard work outside. peach ball. >> beach ball. brought science especially for memorial day weekend. people think that, got to go with a beach ball. what do you do? science magic. ready? >> what is this science? >> let me show you the magic. then i will show you the science. first, make it float.
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levy station. coming to you. >> play a game called science basketball. score the ball through the hoop. you are first. anna, stand over here and hold it in front of you. pull the trigger a little harder. here he goes this time you have got to go further out. further this way. >> so you have got to hold that thing straight up. the key is straight. >> do this or do first? pull the trigger halfway. pull, pull, pull, pull, pull. more, more, more, more, more. >> there you go. really slowly. >> it's a fun game you can play. need air blower, beach ball and some kind of hoop.
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>> talking about air flow here. >> exactly. >> wouldn't tell me the science. >> science about this. >> air motion. why do we care about this? military it's very important. so, this is an f 14 tom cat. icon. top gun. weighs 60,000 pounds fully loaded. super heavy. reason itfullies two things. first of all the air is hitting the bottom, lifting it up and at the same time the wings are curved. the wings are curved and that's what's happening here the difference in pressure that's why this floats. we need though make planes fly. future of the military. we need scientists, engineers, computer programmers all the kind of stuff to continue to make amazing. >> smart people do this and have fun with toilet paper. >> how do you get kids into it besides taking them to seat cool plains. toilet paper not used. i have red, white, and blue. air blower.
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give one to everyone. can you grab that one. and i got red, white, and blue toilet paper. kind of hard to get it got to show you on the internet here is what i found, i also got some interesting examples. >> any takers at home? >> clayton, look what i found in your bathroom. >> oh, that's right. yeah. 100-dollar bills? that's how i roll. >> you put it on the paint roller so unroll easily. blow air on top of it, creates lift so the air on top, toilet paper jumped. if you keep doing that. watch. >> this is my favorite thing we have done all day. >> thank you, jeff. >> well wow, how fun is that, right? >> thank you, jeff. we appreciate it. >> appreciate it, jeff.
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>> don't reverse the charges on the cloning bill. >> happy about this or not? thumbs up, thumbs down. >> thank you so much. >> thank you. >> happy memorial day weekend. you have heard of kids eat free. now kids fly free as long as they are children of illegals. and you are paying for it. >> brand new study on sharing your cell phone. would you be willing to hand yours over to a complete stranger? we will put it to the test on the streets of new york city. >> and the coast guard and navy have already run our obstacle course. up next, the marines and rick take on the challenge. >> stay low. stay low ♪ and a little bit frightening ♪ but it was expert timing ♪
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>> john sends a picture of his dad jack, a sergeant in the united states army. >> and rod sends this picture of his brother-in-law, major kyle bruiner in the air force
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with his son robert patton iii, first lieutenant u.s. army. >> fantastic. fleet week 2016 in income. what better way to welcome our two service members than with a mud run and obstacle course. the coast guard and navy ran earlier this morning. next up the marine corps. what better way to celebrate that than pitting the entire u.s. marine corps against rick reichmuth. >> we want to make sure they win. i want to make you look good. tucker wouldn't have done it he would have beat you. but i'm going to let you win i just want to set the stage here. see what we are doing? >> we are going to see what you are doing. >> so this is the civilian military combine and they say that it's sort of like the typical mud run, the spartan races and the tough mudders and all that they actually do a cross fit workout in the beginning. ready, set, go. they do a wad, cross fit
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workout of the day. often posted on like a white board. doing kettle bell swings. sometimes they will do pushups or olympic lifting and now it's off. they are going under the barbed wire, go low, go low, go low. rick is falling behind a little bit there. are you kidding? >> rick got dirty. now, they have to clear a wall by climbing up the rungs of the cliff wall here and use that rope to get them over. takes some upper body strength there, you got, this rick, come on, show them what you are made of. no way did they really have to run all the way up this? good grief. good job, good job. you got it. you got it. [cheers and applause] all right. he is over.
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woo ♪ woo. [cheers and applause] >> oh, yeah! rick reichmuth, ladies and gentlemen. rick, i want to shake your hand. >> don't make me talk. >> that was impressive. your only problem was lack of traction from your hud-covered shoes. >> that's the only problem. >> did you think about bringing paper towels or anything with you. >> there should be towels like halfway through but i guess that wouldn't be the point. >> this man didn't just go through the mud, you dove face first. >> yes. that is correct. >> what is your name and where are you from. >> felix from jacksonville, florida. >> i'm grateful you are defending our country. you are an animal.
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that's unbelievable. >> you ate some as well or you need to get to the dentist. >> face first. thank you, gentleman. >> face first. anna? >> coming up next hour. making headlines this saturday morning. new numbers now shedding light on how much of your taxpayer money is being spent helping smugglers? the obama administration spending at least $18.5 million to fly children across the united states who have been caught crossing the border illegally. about a third of that money being spent on charter flights. run by health and human services office of refugee settlement. and failure to launch. a new report finding more than 32% of millennials still live at home with their parents. but one of those millennials who has a college degree and a job is now defending his decision to keep mom and dad roommate. the writing but b. how he was once ashamed of his situation but now realizes it was an important step for him.
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>> my future rather than falling behind at something. so, not so much ashamed but, you know, learned to kind of embrace it. >> well, he was living alone in new york city and said his parents actually asked him to move back in so he could save money and better manage his student debt. one of these things is not like the other. it sounds like a song, right? the controversy over whether or not a hot dog is classified as a sandwich. reignited in memorial day weekend. meriam webster this tweet have a great holiday weekend a hot dog is a sandwich. two or more slices of bread or split roll having a figure. many people outraged. one person who even calls this terrorism according to a tweet. come on. >> sounds like overstatement. but when you attack a hot dog, you are not just deriding a is hot dog -- we
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have some technical problems but going to go to clayton. he is with the wienie man right now. there he is. >> trying to check the pulls of -- pulse of the hot dog. excuse me, you handle a lot of hot dogs, right? >> no. >> you don't? >> there is a controversy about whether or not a hot dog is a sandwich. would you say it's a sandwich or would you say it's something entirely different? >> i don't have. >> doesn't have an opinion about it. rough morning on new york city in times square. let's see if we can -- >> in times square. most emptiest i have seen it. >> did you tell him you were the tax authority, clayton? >> i'm going to ask this guy. you know, we have a z walking problem here, too. >> part of iconic thing to do though big apple. >> there skiddish. going down to one of the hardest hitting stores of my
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career. this guy just has some dunkin' donuts. is he a fan of fast food looking at this guy. excuse me, sir, i have a question about hot dogs memorial day weekend. webster's tweeted out yesterday hot dog is a sandwich. where do you come down on this debate hot dog a sandwich. >> definitely not. unless two flat pieces of bread can't be a sand rich. >> there you go. he is defying websters. what do you think about that two flat pieces of bread makes it a sandwich. what if there is some sort of like vegan like anna eats. like vegan burgers in the middle, fake lettuce product. >> vegan not hot dog at all. >> what we have here is a failure to think outside the loaf. >> outside the bun. >> think outside the bun. >> i think somebody said that one. >> excuse me sir, can i ask you a quick question? a little coffee and cigarette to kick start your morning? i have a hot dog question.
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anybody want to answer me a hot dog question? it's memorial day, this guy right here. you have eaten a few hot dogs in your life? did you have one this morning? >> no. >> can we get you one? >> sure. let's go get you a hot dog. i have a question for you. websters just tweeted this out the other day. they said that a hot dog is a sandwich. a hot dog inside of a bun is a sandwich. does that qualify to you as a sandwich? >> it's inside bread, i guess it could. >> oh, see, one for one, you think it's inside bread. you want a hot dog? let's get you a hot dog. this guy wouldn't talk to me. maybe if i bring him an actual customer get you a hot dog. >> can we get this guy a hot dog. >> yeah, i will take a hot dog. >> will you serve me now? >> closing now. >> is he closing up. we drove him up anna and tucker. what happened on a memorial day weekend we can't get a hot dog. >> i think he thinks you are from the government.
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he has a healthy. >> are we allow to do have a hot dog? >> oh, no. it's closed for memorial day day. >> back inside to you guys. clayton. good job defending american tradition. thank you, clayton. >> police are here. >> unbelievable. >> let us know what you think, is a hot dog a sandwich or does it belong in its own category? i think it belongs in its own category. >> it belongs enshrined in the library of congress. okay. add to the long list of things you are no longer allow to do say in this country, the phrase start a family. it's offensive to single people. >> what? >> that's the verdict of one washington, d.c. publication. is it insane? a fair and balanced debate coming up. ♪ we are family ♪ i got all my sisters with me ♪ we are family ♪ get up everybody and sing ♪
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the most human function there is is it offensive? >> i have seen people come into my office over the last few years complaining when they are asked when are you going to start a family, they get upset about it what's really interesting is that the last census bureau stated that in 2014, 50% of women between the ages of 15 and 44 are deciding not to have children. that's up 50% since 2012. this was even a surprising statistic for me to learn. and i think what the author of this article is saying is that the vernacular that we use northeast needs to catch up with the times. >> the depressing times. so, penny, can would he be totally honest here the left hates families and we have been dancing around it. >> they hate marriage. >> mother, father, married, living together, that's somehow deeply offensive. >> check your privilege. >> why is though so offensive? >> right. we certainly want to be sensitive to people who want to have children and can't and people who are single and want to be married.
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i know lots of those women in the washington, d.c. area. what the left really has a problem with, as you said and the arbiters of political correctness want to break us of is honoring and valuing marriage. and good luck with that because civilization throughout history, throughout history every major cillization as recognized the importance of marriage, intact families, and the institution of marriage is the best place to raise children. it's the safest. so, social science is on our side. and culture is on our side on this. good luck with that. but it's about control of our language. they want to change not only have howe we talk about how we think. they are just wrong on this. >> right. so, nell, this same study points out that a lot of young people today, if you are in your 20's, there is a good chance you will never get married. that's a fact. but also super depressing and ominous. why is it wrong to say that? that's bad? it's bad for the country, the culture, and the world. why not say that outloud.
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>> i don't think this article talked about whether or not it's bad to get married or about marriage values. it's just saying even if you are married, to say to somebody when are you going to start a family, assumes that you have to have children within a marriage to actually constitute a family. where sometimes people just choose to be childless but they are still married and they have a happy family with that choice. >> okay. i wish we had more time. i think this is a central issue but we don't. penny nance and nell. >> lawn mower attacks against cops a hate crime. that police superintendent joins us live the next hour to explain. then 33 million americans are driving this memorial day weekend. you're probably one of them. the car coach is here with four things you need to check before you hit the road. but you don't know what they're. stay tuned. ♪ vacation
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aaa reports that more than 38 million americans will travel at least 50 miles or more from their homes this weekend. also the number of dads who actually will turn this car around? still zero. it's a bluff. it's a bluff kids. they won't do it. >> i tell you. stop hits your brother. >> i will the turn this car around. i will turn this car around. with gas prices at nearly an all time low this memorial day weekend is expected to be one of the busiest days of all. more than 33 million americans. and joining sus the car coach. >> i think the big thing is be
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car care aware. packing the coolers and the kids and all that for the kids and then you forget oh i had the check engine light on. >> can really ruin your vacation easily. what is this? >> a serpenten belt. this is something you take to a technician before you get on the road. a cracked hose a leak a drip. and then also, don't forget 80% of your driving decisions are based on visibility. this brand new mercedes is really nice. led llts but a lot of people have older cars on the road don't have leds. so if you have a headlight that's dim or out. get that fixed. and windshield wipers. >> yeah. >> it's not going to cost a lot not going make a big difference. >> right. >> and fluids.
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you can pull the dipstick. dirty oil. clean oil. this is clean. this is dirty. if you see that on the dipstick. get your oil changed before you go. and you need replace your brake fluid every other year. get a certified technician to do that. >> and what do we need to know about the interior of the car. >> check all the turn signals have somebody in the car. walk around. do like a flight like a pilot would do. walk around. make sure all the turn signals work. the headlights. you still need to check your tire pressure. the number is inside the drivers door. there is a white sticker on every car. get yourself a dial gauge like this. make sure the numbers match. do it in the morning before you leave. really start. >> and in case that happens god
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forbid we need a plan in place for safety. >> emergency kit. if you don't van owners manual. first aid kit. i love these led flares. they are flashing or they are solid. magnetic. buy them online. >> and more environmentally friendly. >> otherwise those striking flares. everyone has kind of switched to these. and they last for years. this one's probay three years old and still works. magnetic. they are great. people can see you. and my favorite. always get a role of duct tape. >> for anything. thanks so much. great tips. and coming up on fox is and friends weekend the democrats are in disarray. party chairwoman could lose her skrob but is she just a scapegoat for hillary clinton's
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>> look at this brand new study on sharing your cell phone. would you be willing to just hand your over to a complete strange attorney street? we'll put to it a test this morning. fox and friends at starts right now. ♪ ♪ let's get it started ♪ let's get it started in here >> these guys have been doing this for four straight hours. three straight hours. >> still going strong actually. >> celebrating fleet week. testing our skills at the civilian military combine. which is a series of hurdles. explain it. >> basically what happens, we've got video of rick doing it earlier. we show that. while i explain it. you start with -- what we just saw was him doing a workout of
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the day for cross-fit. under the barbed wire. through the mud pitt. and scale the wall. rick made it all the way to the top like a champ. >> rick, how was it. you're watching yourself climb the wall there. elegant. >> uh-huh. >> yeah. >> it wouldn't be that bad except for you're all muddy. which makes it a little more difficult. >> you took on the marines and vanquished them. >> i and lost to every single one of them. here is though why i won because i don't feel like i'm injured. always a huge victory in life. exciting week every time for new yorkers to be able to see you guys all come here and enjoy the city but it's also got to be a great time. tell me your name, where you are serving and where you are from. >> i'm martin johnson, serving with the u.s. navy on the u.s.s.
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bainbridge. and from nashville tennessee. >> first time in new york city? >> yes. >> for you as well? >> yes. >> -- weller from california. >> and anthony haven. first time in new york city. it's getting used to. >> what is the reception like from new yorkers when they see you here on the street? >> they are like wow, thank you for your service. i enjoy it. here is like can i buy you a beer? can i buy you this. thank you. and. >> how many free beers have you had this week? >> quite a few. it's been nice. it's been really nice. >> and your name? >> jeff russell. >> thank you so much for your service and hope you guys are having an amazing time. big weather weekend. everybody thinking hey it is summer time. well it is summer time.
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and that means hurricane season is about to begin. we have one storm out there. it will likely become a tropical storm later on today or overnight before it makes land fall. the point is it is going to be a lot of rain. a rough day on the beaches and a lot of rip currents and rainfall is going to be pretty extreme all the way across the mid atlantic. down to the southeast you have the rain along the coast and more rain this evening across central texas. thanks guys for being here. back to you inside. >> violence from anti-trump protesters erupting again in california. >> rioters clashing with police in san diego resulting in dozens of arrests yesterday. >> garrett joins us with more. >> reporter: i want to tell you,ed a bad as that video looks things could have a lot worse. several thousand trump supports
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are were attending the rally in san diego. just outside you had more than a thousand truprotesters. and they didn't want a repeat of a few days ago. so you can see there was a very visible and heavy police presence outside of the convention center yesterday where that rally was being held. most of the protesters were peaceful. but you can see here at one point some of them tried to storm the police barricades that were separating them from people attending the rally. officers had to beat back people with batons. several fights broke out between protesters and supporters. forces moved in to clear the area and starting arresting people. in total 35 were arrested but unlikely albuquerque no officers were injured and no reports of
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property being damaged. last night donald trump praised the police force saying fantastic job on handling the thugs who tried to disrupt our very peaceful and well attended rally. >> you think that was bad? if you look at those videos. people going crazy. >> like venezuela. >> it is may. what is this going to look like as the weather heats up. and closer to the conventions. hillary clinton needs to stand up. the president of the united states needs to stand up and remind the public you don't have the right to attack the police just because you disagree with a presidential candidate. >> and is staying mum, staying silent the same as saying it is okay. >> and she was quick to come out in march and blame donald trump for all that. >> the other foot, exactly. >> we disagree with your
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opinions therefore it is understandable that people are throwing bottles a at cops? no. >> meanwhile there is a tradition of debating in this country. that is what bernie sanders was hoping for when he said to donald trump please debate me and now that's all changed now that donald trump is the presumptive republican nominee. he's come out with this statement saying now that i am the republican presumptive nominee it seems inappropriate i would debate the second place finisher. therefore i will wait to debate the first place finisher in the democrat party. probably crooked hillary clinton or whoever it may be. >> sanders supporters are saying he's a chicken and they are coming out on social media with the #chicken trump. and bill mauer said this last night. >> first he said he would do it.
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then he would wouldn't do it. then he said he wouldn't do it then he said he wouldn't do it. so i would hope if he changed his mind four times in two day, change it a fifth time. trump claims to be a real tough guy. pushes people around. hey, come on up. let's have a debate about the future people of america. >> how would it benefit him politically if he did do it? he wasn't able to dominate the head lines for 48 hours, close to anyway. hillary clinton the only thing about her was the inspector general report about the e-mail scandal. >> she's not even campaigning in california right now. it would be an interesting debate. you know, donald trump could ask him about the unrest in venezuela, for instance. >> good question.
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hugo chavez did it ten years ago. and venezuela has collapsed completely. not like oh i can't pay for a fancy dinner. no it's collapsed to the point where people are not getting enough protein. there is no toilet paper. there is rioting. bernie sanders was asked what do you make of this? here was his answer. >> aren't you surprised he didn't have a stock answer for that? >> i'm very sympathetic to the bernie sanders campaign. because i think they honestly describe the obama economy and i appreciate that. but his economic descriptions
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are insane. they have been disproven in country after country and he should have to grapple with the reality of the consequences of what he's espousing. socialism doesn't work. and he won't admit that. and that's dishonest. >> right now to your news headlines. and we start with this fox news alert. rescue cruise confirming they recovered the body of a pilot who crashed his vintage world war ii plane into the hudson in new york last night. the plane according to witnesses was flying low with smoke pouring from the tail. the pilot was the only person on board and practicing for an upcoming air show. there is an investigation under way. and if you haven't seen this video, new over night space x pulls off another amazing feat
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in the middle of the atlantic ocean. and that's space x's third successful landing in the past two months. the rocket lifted off from cape canaveral and touched down after placing an asian communications satellite into orbit. and more from outspace noerspac. crews attempted inflate the module on thursday but it jammed it. if it works it will be a big step in exploration. could be used for tourists from earth and astronauts headed for mars. today america gets its first libertarian third party nominee.
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many expect gary johnson to take the nomination for the second time in a row. last election he received 0.99% of the popular vote. >> less than 1%. >> well we've seen the disturbing video. should attacks against police officers be prosecuted as hate crimes? >> and it's been a turbulent week for hillary clinton. next week could be even worse. >> plus she broke records as the youngest water skier in the world. the 6 month hold and her father joining us here on fox and friends. poor mouth breather. allergies? stuffy nose? can't sleep? take that. a breathe right nasal strip instantly opens your nose up to 38% more than allergy medicine alone.
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shocking scenes like this one. an officer being attacked on the job, are the reason behind a brand new louisiana law called blue lives matter. the first of its crime bill making it a hate crime to target fox, firefighters and emergency medical technicians. colonel, where do you come down on this? >> absolutely support this. i think this is an excellent opportunity for the whole country just to take a pause and think about a whether this is about. blue lives matter. absolutely all lives matter. louisiana last year. 8 police officers killed in the line of duty. five by guns. when we look at our first responders, those when we need them the most, they are coming to us. that is the expectations of the public. let's pause and think about this and sport our first responders. >> so what kind of protection would this afford our first responders. >> well i think when you take a
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first responder that's designated towards a hate crime where they were out to harm that particular individual while they are performing their duties. both our federal officers here in louisiana and our state and local officers. puts emphasize on the fact that as a first responder where there is ambulance, fire, police. when the police are responding to you you shouldn't have to worry about the public that they want to harm you much less want to kill you as a police officer. yu i don't understand a human being when they fail to want to be human and take a human life. we have fights now. and now it elevates to weapons. naives and guns. and 80% of your violent crime has two nexus.
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drugs or weapons. and to protect those police officers is what by need to do. >> colonel, where do you come down on the controversial side of this. we had a debate just last week about hate crime legislation and certain human beings are elevated or given protected status. also to the question as whether or not you can understand whether a hate crime is without getting in that person's head. how do you come down on those critics? >> i think you have to sit there and look at the fact that these are first responders. you just want to know when you need them they are coming and to sit there as the police officer, first responder and have to worry about the fact that someone wants to do you harm when you are just trying to protect individuals. i think all the other talk out there about all the other things that bring into play here this is a very simple solution. this is about first responders. those who want to help us.
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and those who want to take care of us. and to single them out. i think is something that concerns me. and we get into the physiological and psychological and all of these things but it boils down to the fact of first responders there are to help us. >> thanks for joining us on this memorial day weekend. we appreciate it. >> thank you. remember those who paid the ultimate price. >> that's what this show's about. thank you. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> would you be willing to hand your cell phone over the a complete stranger? a surprising number of you would actually do that. we're going to put it to the test. and you are about to meet the fastest pastor in the country. the first clergyman to lead a team and he joins us live next. it is the 100th running of the
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welcome back. you asked for some quick headlines. here they are. a controversial new study tying cell phone use to cancer. 2-3% of male rats who were exposed to cell phone-like radiation in their test developed a form of brain cancer. critics argue it could have happened by chance. that debate continues. facebook admitting it is tracking everyone. even those who don't have facebook counts. using cookies and other pluggens
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to. >> no pastor fast er. >> his critics may not have taken him seriously at first. he does in fact have a real chance of winning tomorrow. >> joining us reverend will moratti. good morning pastor. thanks for joining us. >> hey, good morning. thanks for having me on. >> you say you have been a fan your entire life. how did you decide to get involved at this level? >> well, you know, it is really a lifelong stream. it was a year ago here that we took a chance. i had answers range from you are out of your mind to why not you. so we put a team together and really the lord is joust opening really good doors for us with sponsors and helping us and guiding us along the way and we're here. >> is this a, pardon the pun, a good vehicle for the christian
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message do you think? >> we didn't set the team up to pos ti prosthetize. that is what church is for, you know. but it's been wonderful to talk with fans and teammates about my faith. and also willing to share that. >> and they just want to drink tea and eat their bis cotty eat their scones and -- that is not christianity. it is about enjoying life, isn't it? >> we're here to have life and life more abundantly. and i think there is a little bit of a standoffish attitude at first. i'm just a regular race fan. i love racing. i'm passionate about it. i love the fact that we have the schmidt peterson lucas oil and added a car this morning just
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the greater honor of the world. i think auto racing is the equalizer. you come to the track whether you are a hollywood produce ore dentist or doctor or lawyer or pastor racing is the common bond and we can talk about that together. >> do you lead pre race prayers? >> i think tomorrow we're just going to ask finish safeor safe the drivers for all the crew. and, you know, i have to say i'm probably going to be adding a little extra prayer for car 77 in oriole because it is our first time out. >> there's a pastor in the pits. so a cool. have a great day. still ahead it's been a rough week for hillary clinton but next week could be even worse. peter johnson live on the stunning developments and what would happen next. >> and a brand new study on sharing your cell phone. would you be willing to hand
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more than 38 million americans are expected to travel this weekend during a time when tsa wait lines are longer than they have been in years. the tsa has responded by posting new security signs that should help. the first says no liquids allowed past this point except your own tears. next one, to save time all passengers will be patted down by the strangers you. next sign, try sighing loudly and saying "this is ridiculous" to see if that does anything. and last sign, "if you are traveling with small children, you brought this on yourself." this is your problem. >> just stay at home. >> by the way saying and saying this is ridiculous does help. increased community in the line.
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really -- here is a interesting study. could you be convinced to lend your cell phone to a stranger. the study found people were much more willing to hand over their cell phones to stranger than they expect. never thought that. >> so clayton is out in time square and we're putting this to the test. have you found anybody that will let you use your phone? >> well i haven't asked. and i don't know if the fox news microphone flag will help me at all. but here in the heart of time's square right now. excuse me. would you mind if i use your cell phone? >> what do you want to call? >> i'm going to call my mom, i haven't talked to her in a few weeks. i can't. >> maybe we don't want to give her number out on national television. do you mind if i do it. >> that doesn't count because
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you just took his cell phone from hi force. >> there is a new study that says people are actually kind and they are letting people use their cell phones. >> hey mom. how are you? >> good good. get that cake i sent you? >> good good. i'm on television. "fox and friends" right now. what's your name? >> antonio. >> i'm using antonio's phone. that's why you didn't recognize the number. thank you. antonio. >> i guess -- they will voluntarily give the phone to some complete stranger. they can just run away wit. >> does it skew the results if you have a tv camera with you? >> yes. >> i think it probably does. >> -- behind the mic flag. profile on "fox and friends" website. >> excuse me. would you mind if i use your
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cell phone? >> i talk a little english. >> do you have cell phone? deutsche do you have a cell phone? >> cheese. >> i don't know if mini mouse has a cell phone. would you mind if i borrow your cell phone? excuse me, sir? do you mind if i borrow your cell phone? >> my cell phone? >> for what? >> i just want to look at your pictures. is that all right? >> u, sure i men i guess. >> what's happening right now is he's thinking through all the photos on his role. wait a minute. is this appropriate. >> he was close. he was about to lend me his cell phone. checking out the pulse of the people here in time square. i'm going to check out olaf f m
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from -- headlines on your saturday morning. authorities are narrowing their search for a missing teenager to remote area in northern california sht about 65 miles from where the 15-year-old was seen being dragged by a man who was later killed in a shootout. the 19-year-old reportedly abducted her while she was on her way to school on wednesday. in a new jersey police officer narrowly escaping a falling tree. dash cam video showing officer douglas favor.
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and a tree crashing down on him as he's moving a branch blocking the road. he ended up with a cut on his head and a broken wrist. the world's biggest cruise ship is an even bigger disaster. the harmony of the seas not having the dream vacation they had hoped for. guest s complaining about holes in the floor and other problems. passengers are now calling the ship a construction site and a serious risk to those on board. royal caribbean cruises says they are still working on the finishing touches adding this is a pre inaugural sailing. and she can't walk but she just successfully water skis across this lake under the close watch of everyone.
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>> she was comfortable around the water and always happy and once he got her standing kind of like right now we just had her hold our hands and she would just stand there. >> so the key here. >> we figured if she could stand maybe she could water ski. >> while she's the youngest ever likely to do this unfortunately the guiness book of world records doesn't track records for water skiers 6 and under. and those are your head lines. we've got improvements for your memorial day celebration. funner, easier and less messy. >> he didn't want to say hack. >> that's right. >> joined now with your hack. you have some good ones. >> e it's memorial day weekend. we're in the backyard. the weather is great. a great hack is get the ma
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marshmallows. stuff them down and it is a nice surprise at the end. >> so great for children to have a mom like you. >> i hope so. tell them. tell them. so if you don't have one of those wireless speakers in the backyard. this is a great hack. if you want to play music on your phone. play it through a speaker but the speaker is not that loud. if you play it through a bowl. any time of bowl. it amplifies the sound. >> that works? >> oh yeah. >> -- even louder? >> kna [ inaudible ]. >> if you want to go camping this weekend.
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or if you have a grill. light this. by the time all of the card board is burned the coals will be hot and ready to go to the grill. and this is my personal favorite. not everyone has a nice backyard fire pit. but they want something for smores. line a terra cotta pot. >> but don't do it inside. >> yeah. >> for real. isn't that dangerous? >> right. i'm not going say do that. >> the -- >> from the dew. all the moisture. put down a plastic shower curtain before you lay down your blanket. then you can keep your bums dry. your blanket from getting wet. the perfect hack from keeping your blanket --.
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so grab your dococktails. grab a straw and cup cake holder. and put it over to keep the bugs from getting in. and also works on cocktails to keep from dripping. >> all right. >> cheers. next week it's been a tough week for hillary clinton next week could be even worse. >> and the coast guard, navy and marines have all run their obstacle course. next they face their toughest opponent yet. clayton morris he joins me to take on the winners. that's next. ♪ tired of working for peanuts? well what if i told you that peanuts can work for you? that's right. i'm talking full time delivery
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a detailed report just released by a state department watchdog. obama administration employees keep in mind finds that hillary clinton clearly broke federal rules as secretary of state by using private e-mail. what does this mean? could an indictment be waiting around the corner. joining us now peter johnson junior. >> that is the staggering story with tremendous implications beyond what the mainstream media has talked about. it displays an arrogant disregard, if not contempt, for federal law and federal regulations by hillary clinton and her staff. and i said let's break it down about what it really says. what he found out in the office of the inspector general report was that there was no approval sought or given for the personal server of hillary clinton at her home. she has said the opposite.
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the state department staff who complained about it were told never to speak again about it. i know you spoke about in this morning. also hillary clinton and top aides stonewalled and refused to be interviewed by the inspector general. they said no. and also the server was attacked by hackers trying to get the information. and in 2011 clinton was warned of blackmail risks from hackers of private e-mails. in fact she sent out a notice to other employees about it. finally in 2013 she failed to save or surrender her e-mails as she went out the door. in fact this report concluded that clinton violated government policies established in accord with the federal records act. this is staggering. this is a block buster report that has tremendous implications
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for hillary clinton in terms of personal liberty and in terms of this campaign. >> it was not played that way in the press this week. thank you for that. let's talk about the shoes that haven't yet dropped. people who work for hillary who are not speak for the feds and people who are her who are. >> despite pledging compliance and cooperation and allegedly publicly directing her staff to cooperate with what she called a security review, they decided not to cooperate. let's look at the people not talking beginning with hillary clinton. she and eight other top state department officials including her former attorney, including her body person huma abedin, they decided that they would not speak to the inspector general apointed by john kerry. and that is disturbing in my view. >> they cannot be compelled to
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speak. >> and they cannot be compelled to testify against themselves. they decided together that none of them would speak. the important thing we have to understand is that there are two pivotal figures who are speaking, who are talking heads. one is a man named brian pagliano. he helped set up the serve ner hillary clinton's home. the second is marcel lazar. also known as guccifer. he says he hacked hillary clinton's state department account. >> and they are talking. >> they are talking as well as form former heads of states who are all cooperating. people over here saying no mas. will not cooperate. don't ask me. a lot of other people including people who have gone states evidence. federal evidence have said yeah e we're going to cooperate.
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>> two former democratic secretaries of state. >> absolutely. absolutely. >> thank you very much for that. >> thanks doctor. good to -- >> -- written a piece like that. >> never gonna see that. you know that. read the daily caller. >> up next. the best of the best, against clayton and anna. the race next. ♪ you both have a
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welcome back. a mud run obstacle course on the plaza. >> probably could have done beer or pizza or cake. hot dogs. >> they have been racing here all morning long. and the members of each team t coast guard and marines have decided to take on anna and clayton. are you ready? >> yes. we are -- >> -- organizers from civilian military combine. how do you predict they will do? >> i think they will be fine.
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the race is tough but it is not designed to completely destroy people. >> but it does occasionally completely destroy people. >> well it does sometimes yes. >> when you look at this, are you worried about intimidation factor? >> well a lot of people are shying a way from you. >> we don't want to embarrass them. so we'll let them finish first. and. >> ready to take them on? >> okay. >> let's do this. here. how many box jumps? >> five jumps and straight to the mud and follow it around. >> five in three two one go. >> go anna. >> that's one way do it. >> yeah, go.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> let's go. [ cheers and applause ] >> ha ha, how is it up there clayton? catch your breath. get a good view. you're not done. yes. keep it going. don't get hurt. >> hey if you want to go around a second time you can. >> she is an animal.
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and over the wall. there you go. >> you got it. you got it. [ applause ] >> gonna be tricky. >> just there's little rubber coating on it. >> oh. clayton coming on strong at the end. >> nicely done. >> i feel fantastic. >> what was the harders part for you there. >> i was looking for everyone else. i got up there. ives worried that we were way far ahead-ahead of them. >> you have run the immaculate mud race. how are you spotless?
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>> i used turtle wax. same as for my car. you know you have a cold sore. put that on. slips right off. >> more coming up in a minute. soon.
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see you tomorrow everyone. chaos on the campaign trail. anti-trump protests turning violent this week. as protesters burn signs. taunt police. and smash glass. now critics are asking why is the mainstream media ignoring who is behind many of these protests. this is bulls and bears. the bulls and bears this week. welcome everybody. katie

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