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the center of the storm is displaced from the action of the storm and when that happens it shows it's not a very strong storm. and it's a really rough day on the beaches again today and even tomorrow because it's a very slow moving storm. this is a future radar. d.c., memorial day during the afternoon. we've got rain all across the coast. here are the beaches still down towards the carolinas. and heavy rain all along the i 95 corridor. and the other story we've been watching all week long has been
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across parts of the plains. we have more rain into central texas. that will possibly caused flooding and severe weather breaks out there today and tomorrow. we get back into a couple of days of sevire weere weather. i don't know if you noticed it yesterday. it's going to be hot for another day at least. summer is here. >> canon ball into the pool. >> we didn't even have spring this year. >> a late -- >> the man hunt on this morning. two people involved in the shooting of county officer white, during a traffic stop last night. one suspect, joe lee garret, turning himself in hours later. deputy white is expected to be
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okay. and a terrifying encounter for a three-year-old at a cincinnati zoo. the guerilla exhibit now closed. >> a 3-year-old child has fallen into the guerilla cage and the guerilla is slamming the child into the wall and the child is in the water. >> dragging and throwing him for about 10 minutes. a special response team shooting and killing the animal. the move causing outrage and many arguing that the endangered animal needed to be put down. and say figure the guerilla was tranquilized, he would have still been a danger. and thousands of bikers gathering in washington d.c. as a tribute to hour men and women in uniform who pay the ultimate price for freedom. and you can expect to see donald
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trump there, showing his support at the annual event. the presumptive gop nominee landing in washington d.c. shortly and speaking that memorial day event around 2:00 p.m. and would you call this systemic american racism? ♪ oh say can you see well, that's how an espn magazine columnist says he sees cops and soldiers sing the "national anthem kwael" before g events. he wrote why don't more athletes speak out on behalf of their communities? maybe they would if there wasn't a chilling force looming over them. he called it authoritarian shift. and those are your headlines. email us your comments on that one. we've been talking about the battle between republicans.
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the party was in disarray. well, it really is the democrats this morning, if you pick up the front page of the new york times, a really amazing piece on this move to get bernie sanders out of the campaign, try to unify the democratic party and unify behind hillary clinton and moves now to try to get him out by major party leaders. >> he's going look, i'm in until the last ballot is cast. he's on "face the nation" today and here's a preview of what he says about the democrats uniting and trying to get him out of the race. >> we knew we were taking on the entire democratic establishment. no great secret about that and yet we have won 20 states. we're in california right now. i think we have a good chance to win here. i think we have an uphill fight but there is just a possibility that we may end up with more pledged delegates than hillary
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clinton. >> and she's not even out in california now. she's put her eyes on new jersey and within two points in california. >> and the reason she's focusing on new jersey is because they think that by the time polls close in new jersey while people are awake on the east coast, they'll see she won in new jersey. we're going to go to bed. it's like if she loses california, after people go to bed, didn't happen. >> it's a pretty big state to not be doing so hot in though. and senator feinstein is going to be on basically saying bernie sanders needs to realize it's time to hang it up. >> he ought to be able to read the sign posts as well as anybody else. and if he did that, he would know that it's all but over. >> so, go home, bernie. it's over.
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you know what that goes to show though? how slowly the democratic establishment -- bernie sanders calls it a political revolution, he's the one the whole time who's been getting the enormous packed stadium-sized crowds. >> hillary clinton's going to need his votes. >> absolutly. bernie sanders is going to keep harping on a debate. but at these events, he's got minimum 5,000 people turning out. he thinks in california, he will see 200,000 voters in person and the democrats in washington want him to get out? >> and the question all alang is where are the voters going to go? are they millennials? are they going for hillary clinton? will they go for donald trump? it's a fascinating debate right now. this piece dives into the party
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leaders saying they don't think hillary clinton is a good candidate and they need a battle strategy going after donald trump. you have senator chuck schumer who says they need someone devoted 24 hours a day, going after donald trump. >> yeah, and dan fifer has said that he tinks they need to take donald trump seriously but not treat him as a serious candidate. other sources are saying that hillary clinton's campaign is treating donald trump the way president obama did to mitt romney, but that's an old play book and not work against donald trump. listen. >> if you look at the difference between the two -- this is hillary clinton talking about donald trump, just like you mentioned, like mitt romney. and watch donald trump's attacks on hillary clinton. they're focussed, singular, calling her crooked and right on message. >> he actually said he was
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hoping for the crash that caused hard working families in california and across america to lose their homes l because he thought he could take advantage of it to make some money. >> as i say crooked hillary, crooked hillary. she's as crooked as they come. i was being hit by pocahontas. that's elizabeth warren. i call her goofy. but they use her because hillary's trying to be very presidential. she's stopping with the shouting, but then i listen before -- i cannot listen to her. >> elizabeth warren is really the only person who's managed to get under donald trump's skin. she hasn't indorsed hillary clinton or bernie sanders. but that's the only one focussed on attacking donald trump. >> she's been pretty relentless. >> it makes me wonder why the
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clinton campaign keeps their candidate hidden all the time. trump is verbally assaulting her every day and the giant crowds love it. he'll do a ton of interviews. with her, you hardly ever see her. >> will she do it -- marco rubio suddenly made that switch and he was the attack dog and it came back to bite him. >> and where he's been really hitting her the last couple weeks is with her husband and saying that she was a standing behind him in the white house when all this mez is go on and if you're trying to vote for her because she's a woman, look how she enabled her husband. >> and if she does start criticizing him with an illiterati illiterative nickname, it's just go toing to look like she's
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being a copy cat. >> you know donald trump's protests at the rally? turns out not all of them are real. >> is telemundo staging a shot? >> maybe. and donald trump plans to win big by turning blue states like california red. but how realistic is that plan? we're going to bring it down there. tired of working for peanuts? well what if i told you that peanuts can work for you? that's right. i'm talking full time delivery of 7 grams of protein
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example in california. no other republican would even go to dinnerer in california. they wouldn't do it. >> donald trump laying out his own strategy to win the general election. the frontrunner planning to win big by november by turning blue states red. and how realistic is his plan? good morning, kristen. so, trump says most republican candidates can only compete in three or four possibly blue states but he's the one that can make 15 states competitive. can he? >> when donald trump became the republican presumptive nominee. he changed a lot of the models of who we think of as a likely republican or democratic voter. so, you could see a very different map of what we call swing states than you might have seen had someone else won the
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republican nomination. >> if it was today, who would you vote for? does it help trump in these swing states with a wider swath of the voting public than normal that he is not a traditional conservative. >> he's never portrayed himself as being from one idological rank of the party. so, he's banging on that where he'll face challenges that his numbers were very good. the types of blue states where donald trump will be able to play may look different to play. >> and trump has already got the most votes of any republican primary. what does that tell you kbout looking ahead to these states?
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>> donald trump has gotten a lot of people excited and had a lot of people that are perhaps nervous about him. i think this is an election where a lot of voters are -- and you'll have them with some of their die hard supporters and lot of folks that say even if i don't like either one, i really don't like donald trump. we may still see a high turnout election. >> and kwh hillary clinton gets bad news like she did this week about her email sirver. does that make the trump strategy of going into the states that there not traditionally republican states in november, when she gets the bad news, does that make it easier for him to do this? >> certainly hillary clinton cannot love a single day when she's got to deal with more headlines about her email
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scandal. and it's incredible that the democrats have nominated a candidate who is so weak and allows donald trump to put so many states in play by the normal rules of politics, hillary clinton should be up. it's istaunishing that we're talker about could donald trump put -- and that's where we're at. >> good stuff. thank you very much, christen. >> thank you. >> coming up. caught on camera, an suv slams into the a 7-11 and the person behind the wheel shouldn't have gone to sleep. "is allen through the looking glass worth your money?
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♪ developing headlines. tragedy hitting the basketball world. a rising pelicans rookie shot and killed. dejean jones. they say he kicked down the front door and the man living inside shot him in the ab. he was reportedly in dalilas to celebrate his daughter's birthday. 15-year-old pearl pinsen was last seen wednesday being
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dragged on a pedestrian bridge in vulayo. they say he knew pearl and kidnapped her by gunpoint on her way to school. ♪ hey, everybody. this weekend movie goers will have a chance to go down the rabbit hole once again. >> what's the matter? >> the hatter's the matter. >> the hatter is my truest friend. if he's in need, i will help him. >> he's not someone you want as your enemy. >> time is a he? >> wonderland, your time is up. >> "alice flu the looking glass" heads to the theaters this weekend butted is it worth going to pay and wait. it's not directed by tim burton. burton directed the first mievy which made over a billions at
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the box office 37 and now mad hatter is played by johnny dep. obviously, it has a great cast. i gave it 3.5 out of 5. it has incredible spilsh. it's a little long at times and ate the the ann hathway performance was weak bit worked. sat down with helena bottom carter and she travels back in time in a scene squr i want to know what is the moment in her life that she would want to go back and watch -- check this out. >> not my birth but the birth of my babies. terrible idea. no, no, it's probably the best days of my life.
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that moment when you meet your child is magic. absolute magic. both of them, absolute heaven. imp i would like to see my face when i saw my first movie ever. "x-men apocalypse" is opening this weekend. "captain america civil war" is a tough one to top. and this film is not as good as "days of future past" or "x-men first class." he clearly elevates a mediocre film to a higher level. it's actually really fun to watch in the first two parts. the third act is a little tgi friday. i spoke to jennifer lawrence,
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who plays mystique and we know she's been a big part of the ""hunger games" franchise and what if catniss and mystique would say? >> they would probably just fight. i don't see them getting along well. >> who would win the fight? >> she only likes peta when he's dying. she's always like whatever and then as soon as he's almost dead, she'ser like, oh, my god. >> she's a bad friend to peta. >> kevin, great to see you. >> well, you know the protests at donald trump's rally in san diego? turns out not all of them were real. >> is telemundo staging a shot? >> um, probably. the journalists caught staging a
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♪ wow, these are incredible. it makes you proud to be an american. staff sergeant bill coursehair on the right and remembering sergeant bronze. they became friends in vietnam and stayed friends until he passed away. and posing with newspapers printed during the war. >> and this is three generations of u.s. marines. her son, daughter and father,
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corporal dan. send us your photos with the #proud american. and we're outside now. it'ser beautiful out. sglirts about to get hot though, i think. tropical storm pawnau was putting south carolina's in its cross hairs and flash flooding. this as the death toll reaches to 40,000 people. areas near houston, austin. we had more rain coming across parts of texas. we obviously have the storms put in there. this is tropical storm bally. by thursday, a remnant low.
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the distance is not too far from where it is now. and we're going to make our way into areas of the north. tomorrow's severe weather in around the dakotas. temperature wise, another hot day and certainly down the south and very humid. tomorrow, for your memorial day, same thing. but remaining very, very warm. >> thank you, sir. we're following stories making headlines. fist, a pair of site seekers found the purple suv. police say they like lack saved the life of that man. it took him hours to get him out of the dar. he is expected to be okay.
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and lightning strikes a bit's birthday party. still fighting for his life this morning. under a try after a kpield swing storm. rescue teams turns a makeshift treatment center with people thanking an off duty firefigh r firefighter. >> and caught on camera, a driver plows into 77-11. bystanders jumped out of the way, narrowly avoiding disaster. she wasn't able to hear. no one was hurt. both the driver and the passenger are no. and a telemundo cameraman is caught on camera staging a
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protest at the rally on friday. this is him asking for protesters to prove they're a shot. >> is that the media staging the shot? is telemundo staujing the shot? >> probably. >> and he said what do you want me to do, 457b sfwlal and clayton, peter. >> the american plag is part of our nation's history of course and there are many different variations, like presidential campaigns. and here i didn't meet friends. we brought you stuff.
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many people thought it was betsy ross that designed the first flag. that is what we were taught in school, but really taump snl the first flag looked like. in fact, there was no official star pattern until 1912. >> so, how old is this flag? >> from the civil war. so, we've made 13 flags some patriotic and others utilitarianition. you could better discern the stars at a distance with a small flag and you just started collector of things since i was 5 years old, probably.
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>> let's walk bar backwards. >> this is another civil war example. and the stars are arrivaled in a six pointed star. if you look in the back of the $1 bill, you will see this formation is above the eagle on the great seal of the united states. very rare one. >> these fist two still look somewhat cylinder. this is a civil war flag mobably made by tef onin new york city. before they did jewelry, a and wathe best. it looks like names are printed on there for a campaign
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purposes. that's -- when did that happen? >> 1905. you could advertise legally on the floog until 1909. so, they deseal bun and this one is john fremont, the republican republican runong the aent slavery ticket. >> theater r. >> after 1905, and really in 1890s. so, this was an alternative, made when he wan on his own ticket. >> when we see something like this, how much is it worth sn.
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>> this particular one is $12,500. theerary. when you look at a trump or sanders rally, do you think that's going to be worth money some day? >> 1250i78s. there were a balmau flags made them it and if they're doing something they don't do today. >> the most exbensive plal. >> good thing we got police officers. jeff bridgeman, thank you very much. >> thanks for having me. >> coming up, it is now the weapon of choice for terrorists. >> they're made up of a
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rules with her home brewed server. the entire scandal is about to get a lot worse. colonel, nice to see you on this memorial day. >> thank you. >> what do you make of this going forward? reports coming out, this is about to get a whole lot worse for hillary clinton. >> the statesman talked about the aerogns of officialdom and obviously, he was tinking about hillary clinton ammee said that so many dwreers ago. and tsds very simply what she had bun and not done, she would not wind yourself in this situation, but for her to have said we thought a approve and you kitdability get it bp and so, she frt to go much the same
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as alabama, doup the rbtfully and it hurts your already bad credibleness. and allow me to once again out munerve him. >> yeah, these she's had a real week, everything that's unfolding in california. though her campaign trying to pivot and move away from the scandal. a series of official actions will come down the pike with regard to the emails. >> the tough thing is what does she pived to. as you know, what are her major achievements? the reset button on russia or we see what's going to happen with
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libya? and now it's a sankiariel for jihadist groups or anything, if she's acopier carpet bagger. so, she has lost all sense of any type of high ground when you have bernie sanders on one side and trump on the other. >> i'd be remess if i didn't talk about memorial day. >> the most important thing is honor memorial day, not happy mother's day. rear rr here to tell the stories of who who wo40 years ago knowic back to the whan to gave thir
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names. today not about opening swimming pools or sales. it's about the people who enable us to live in this great land of freedom. >> well said. >> pleasure. take care. >> coming up on the show. it was used after the brusal rr's terror attacks. hus hold chemicals would train for bombs. >> are you having a good evever . ♪ in a good, clean salad, every ingredient is the main ingredient. the strawberry poppyseed... romaine, mandarin, pineapple, blueberry, strawberry, strawberry... strawberry... salad with chicken. at panera. food as it should be. burning of diabetic nerve pain, these feet were the first in my family to graduate from college
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♪ hi, friends, and welcome back, 53 minutes after the hour on a sunday. in today's world the threat of terrorism and attacks is something we live with every single day but what may surprise you is the kind of everyday materials that our enemies are using, take a look. >> string of murderous attacks in paris. >> explosions outside a stadium. >> 129 dead. 352 injured. >> 8 dead attackers. seven blown up with their own explosives strapped to them. >> the suicide invests warn by terrorists were designed to maximize the number of casualties. >> belgium under siege in what appears to be a series of coordinated terror attacks.
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>> a possible homicide bomb ripped through the brussels airport. explosions rock two metro stations. >> 270 wounded. >> the signature of these devices at the airport will fit the same signature of the devices we saw in paris. two undetonated bombs contain deadly unstable da -- tatp. investigators discover a trove of explosive material, 40 gallons of acetone. what might startle you is more anyone may buy these materials on line or in local shops? >> we have common chemicals that can be found in supply stores, hardware stores, gun shops and sporting stores. all of these have legitimate uses but also they have some
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sinister uses and that's what we're going to demonstrate today. >> fire in the hole! >> the fbi division and the department of homeland security are training on how these common chemicals can be turned into deadly explosives. >> how easily we could mix two chemicals to go to make an explosive. >> how concerned are you when you see events like san bernardino play out and brussels and paris and turkey? >> i think we're concern every single day for our safety. not specifically because of those events but because of the nature of the world we live in today. the growing trend is people are getting radicalized on line and they are u.s. citizens that becomes more important that if someone sees something suspicious, say something.
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>> in san bernardino attack a neighbor reportedly noticed suspicious activity at the home of sayyed farook but did not want to, quote, profile him. >> you have to carry a badge or wear a uniform, all americans are on the front line and cannot be afraid of being called isl islamaphobes. >> they found 40 gallons of as he stone and 8 gallons of hydrogen peroxide. that can be used to create this dangerous explosive material. what the fbi newark division is doing is they are going around to local beauty supply stores
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and home improvement stores, if you see somebody coming in and buying large quantities or coming back regularly, if you see something, say something. >> later in the show, we're going to have some members of the marines coming up and show us how they use robots to identify these explosives. we'll be right back. ♪ what are you doing? sara, i love you, and... [phone rings] ah, it's my brother. keep going... sara, will you marry... [phone rings again] what do you want, todd???? [crowd cheering] keep it going!!!! if you sit on your phone, you butt-dial people. it's what you do. todd! if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. i know we just met like, two months ago... yes! [crowd cheering] [crowd cheering over phone] twell what if i told you that peanuts can work for you?
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♪ ♪ >> good morning. it's sunday the 29th of may, 2016. this is "fox & friends." terrifying moments is he cincinnati zoo. a toddler falls into a gorilla rage and is tossed around. the incredible effort to save the -- save the boy and the growing outrage over the killing of that gorilla. "the new york times" turns on hillary clinton. the paper exposing big cracks in her campaign strategy.
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even top democrats are speaking out about why they are worried about where she's headed. you see the tense moments play out in the movies. >> laying on the charge nice and sweet. coming back. >> shut off the phone. >> i can't get a shot. >> this hour, the real life "hurt locker." we're going to use how to learn a real bomb-disarming robot on our plaza. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ you and i must make a spak ♪ we must bring salvation back, where there is love, i'll be there ♪ ♪ i'll be there ♪ i'll reach out my hand to you ♪ ♪ i'll have faith in all you do,
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just call my name, i'll be there ♪ ♪ i'll be there to comfort you, build my world of dreams around you ♪ >> good morning, everyone on this sunday morning. it's memorial day weekend. uso troops singing for us tomorrow. we're celebrating to be proud americans. you can send your photos in using the #proud american all morning long. >> we want to share with you. this one is from denny of his 93-year-old grandfather her she will hoover who served during world war ii. >> and sergeant kline was awarded three purple hearts. >> jeff sent us one of his dad corporal murier in the seventh
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division. peter doocy in this morning. thank for coming in this morning. news headline, a fox news alert, a georgia deputy shot in the face. a manhunt on this morning for two people involved in the shooting of the officer. the car carrying three people fleeing the scene. one suspect turned himself into deputies three hours later. deputy white expected to be okay. a terrifying encounter for a three-year-old boy at the cincinnati zoo. the toddler falling into a gorilla exhibit, forcing zoo officials to kill the endangered animal. this 400 pound gorilla picking up the boy and dragging and throwing him around for ten minutes. a special response team forced
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to kill the animal. the president of the zoo standing behind the decision, saying tranquilizing the gorilla wouldn't have worked fast enough. on to extreme weather, making its way toward millions of beachgoers celebrating the weekend. tropical storm bonnie, heading toward the east coast. three people are still missing from flooding from flooding. and a touching tribute this memorial day weekend, several chick-fil-a restaurants with a white note remembering soldiers. reading in part you are not
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forgotten as long as there is one left in whom your memory remains. well, the democrats who thought hillary clinton would easily beat donald trump in november are beginning to have some doubts and cracks are beginning to show in her campaign. >> garrett is live from the trail. >> hillary clinton is likely a week and ahalf away from securing the democratic nomination but key democrats are worried that her campaign still has no idea how it will take on donald trump in the general election. "the new york times" spoke with top democrats including senator chuck schumer, dna pfeiffer, and reverend al sharpton who described her current strategy with going into a street fight with boxing gloves on. she uses very traditional campaign strategies against the most untraditional candidate in
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years. the sense of nervousness crystallized this week when mrs. clinton devoted campaign events across california to hitting mr. trump for not releasing his tax returns. such charges helped under mine mr. romney four years ago, yet mrs. clinton's remarks received little in depth coverage in the news media while cable channels went live with mr. trump's rat aat that time resi i tags of crooked hillary. >> he was hoping for the crash that caused hard working families to lose their homes all because he thought he can take advantage of it to make some money. >> as i say, crooked hillary, crooked hillary, she's as crooked as they come. >> and publicly clinton's campaign is trying to reassure supporters by saying they do not plan to really go after trump
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until after clinton secures the nomination, although it's clear they have been focusing on going after him exclusively for at least several weeks now. >> she's having to fight it on two fronts with bernie sanders and donald trump. >> you know why that's such a big deal. there were four democrats -- normally when you hear a story, it will say we talked to anonymous sources -- there were four prominent dems who said we want to be on the record, "new york times," saying what we think is wrong with her campaign. there they are. >> newt gingrich right now you have hillary clinton going after donald trump the way they went after mitt romney. it's not working. you have donald trump being very specific on this crooked hillary line, this is during a week when you saw the email scandal eyupt and -- erupt and the inspector general saying she violated this. newt gingrich says it comes down
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to this authenticity angle, listen. >> clinton has found herself in a life and death struggle at the very moment that trump has passed 16 other candidates to become the nominee. it is not at all the year anyone of us would have guessed a year ago. there's another problem. even when she tries to be authentic, she can't pull it off. we'll go use the subway in new york. well, it was embarrassing. i mean, you want to say, come monday, guys -- come on, guys. have her do something she's used to doing, sitting in the back of a limousine with the secret service. >> remember when she was trying to figure out to you how to use it. >> donald trump loves the media. hes had a great relationship with the media for many years. he knows how to play it and community, that simple line, crooked hillary. hillary clinton has admitted she didn't like to be out there campaigning. she's not as good at it.
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>> i was just reading a piece in "time" magazine yesterday, what you notice about the trump campaign and the sanders campaign they let the candidates be the candidates and they are authentic. bernie sanders is writing his notes down on a yellow steno pad and donald trump is doing his own tweeting late at night. they are letting the candidate be the candidate rather than have this whole team around them doing what they think the people want and changing positions on issues. >> if there's a problem with it, newt gingrich says she doesn't seem authentic. that's not a knock against her. she had her pick of the all-star team of democratic operatives. she's going to run for the last eight years and people started saying so and so would be great for clinton because she's a shoo-in next time. it's their job to make her seem
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authentic. it is their job to figure out what she needs to do to compete with trump. not happening right now. >> let's take a live look, we got some live pictures in from washington, d.c. here's a live look, thousands of bikers gathered right now in the parking lot of the pentagon for the rolling thunder for freedom ride. >> donald trump makes an appearance there later today showing his support for the fallen. scheduled to speak around 2:00 eastern this afternoon. you know we'll be following that on the fox news channel. >> he was shaking hands yesterday with police officers and the men in blue, going down all of the police officers on motorcycles, shaking their hands right there on the tarmac. that all comes, of course, against this backdrop of the blue lives matter movement. the idea that police officers are embattled and donald trump has been very vocal in the
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support of our men and women who serve, our first responders. then we heard from cnn ian bryant who is slamming those cops swinging the anthem before a sporting event. he called it -- >> authoritarian shift. >> he said why don't more athletes speak out on behalf of their communities? perhaps more of them would if there wasn't a chilling force looming behind them. he's the one that wrote about doing the fly-overs and singing the national anthem and god bless america and it's a bad thing and forced patriotism. we aren't having our kids saying the pledge of allegiance. what is the problem here with expressing some patriotism? >> he says look, you know, these athletes who feel that their
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communities are embattled and, the black lives matter movement and why don't they speak out and he has these police forces that he feels are lording over these neighborhoods and he doesn't like it, this mixture of this at these sporting events. >> he said this is feeding into the 9/11 hero narrative. the suggestion would be that he doesn't think that police officers on 9/11 were heroes. this guy, howard brian, i never heard of him, but what is espn doing putting this on one of their platforms. people don't go to espn for racially inflammatory political views. >> we're getting this from news busters. it's a piece coming out next month. who knows? maybe there will be some backlash. >> go to our facebook page this morning. ff weekend. do you think it's staged patriotism? let us know.
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hillary clinton can't lock up the nomination yet. bernie is fighting with party leaders. who is responsible for the party chaos? here going from bad to worst from johnny depp, first he gets divorced and more bad news, we'll tell you about it. (war drums beating)
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into the democratic convention with a great deal of momentum and i think we're going to go marching out with the democratic nomination! >> well, the democrats in disarray. bernie sanders gearing up for a convention fight and fighting with party leaders while hillary is struggling in the polls but still claiming she already won the nomination. who is more responsible for this chaos, here to debate, chuck roacha and former adviser to the clintons, 2008 campaign, richard steen. i'll throw it out to both of you. who is responsible for this chaos? is it bernie? should he go home and be quiet? >> i think this whole narrative which i know some of your viewers would love to buy into about chaos is not quite right. the fact is in all the generic polls who do you want as president or control congress, democrats have a good margin
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over republicans at this point. president obama is a bit more popular, his fambles favorables are way aahead fs his unfarveibles. you declared trump the winner the other day because he got the equivalent of super delegates in montana to endorse him. she's going to have it locked up after the primaries are over and on every issue that matters by democrats, climate, dealing with the banks, income inequality, rights for minorities, for workers, for lgbt members, there's no gap between hillary and bernie as there is between both of them and donald trump. >> bernie should go home, it's over, pack-up his suitcase and head home? is he the problem here? >> he's probably done more for the democratic party than he has for 20 years. he's brought new people into the
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fold. he inspired young people. what you have is galvanized section of the party. hillary clinton has done an amazing job inputting her support together. winning lots of states and probably getting there toward the nomination and bernie on the other hand has brought a whole new group of people to the party, inspired these young people, and brought a new reason for these union guys and white democrats to come back to our party. together, they can beat donald trump, but separate we have no shot. >> chuck, do you think these voters will move over to hillary clinton? are they going to stay home or go to donald trump? we see new numbers which shows at least a percentage of them may shift to donald trump, support for general election candidates among bernie sanders supporters, shifting 20%? >> the numbers you talk about illustrate that most of those voters will go to hillary. something worrisome to me is that small number that say they would vote for donald trump.
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what worries me about donald trump is he's unknown. there's going to be quite of a unique situation we've never seen with him going after her voters. there is concern on our side. i won't deny that. >> richard, it's been a rough week for hillary clinton and we see these supporters gravitating toward donald trump, away from bernie sanders. are you concerned as a former clinton supporter? >> yeah. first of all, at this point in the 2008 campaign, there were more hillary supporters who insisted they would never vote for barack obama than there are bernie sanders supporters saying they don't support hillary clinton. i suspect just as hillary put her around, obama, if you supported me, you support him. i think bernie sanders will do that. he says the last thing he wants is a donald trump presidency. the email thing is overblown.
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>> chuck and richard we appreciate you joining us on this holiday weekend. thanks so much, guys. happy memorial day. we've got great holiday bargains coming up on the show. how about a new washer for 40% off? we've got memorial day deals out on the plaza what we come back.
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this follows reports of a divorce and a restraining order against the actor. $4.5 million is the price for the full house home in san francisco. the show was actually filmed on a set. not in the actual house. learn something new every day. now, outside to anna. thanks so much. it is memorial day weekend and the heat is on. thankfully, you won't have to sweat over finding a good deal. amy is a lifestyle expert. she has the hottest memorial day deals. we're nice and comfy on this ty pennington furniture. >> it comes with throw pillows too. >> you are all set and ready to go. >> very good. and multizone grilling here. >> this kenmore six burner gas
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you proud to be an american and here are the photos that you sent. elizabeth has given us this one of her dad. he was in the army and he used to put the flag outside his shop every day in his hometown of newtown, pennsylvania. >> and jn sends this picture of his father, staff sergeant binsky. you don't remember yeen in a -- you don't remember jean -- georgeina sends us this photo of her husband. we're following some stories making headlines of this hour. a pair of sight seers say a man stuck in his suv for three days after he crashed alongside an arizona mountainside. they spotted the man's purple
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suv. they were trying to get the 50-year-old man out of the car. he is in critical condition but is expected to be okay. the federal judge ordered the release of internal trump university documents in a class action lawsuit against the now defunct real estate school. the judge saying there's public interest in seeing the paperwork now that donald trump is running for the presidency. on the defense, trump calls out the judge. >> there should be no trial. this someone dismissed on summary judgment easily. everybody says it. but i have a judge who is a hater of donald trump. >> the documents detail how the pricey courses were promoted. trump says he will not settle a trial for the california case is set for november. >> a 94-year-old pearl harbor
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survivor forced to go back to work. navy veteran jack holder tricked into writing checks claiming he had won $45 million from publisher's clearinghouse and needed to pay taxes. the result was devastating. >> i made it out alive of the war and this is the worst strategy i've ever experienced. >> the battle of midway survivor is now pursuing his real estate license to earn that money back. while, he looks good for 94, doesn't he? many are asking how in the world do this happen to the next story? a couple charged with trespassing after getting lost and ending up at a nuclear power plant in pennsylvania. they were driving from boston to new york. they cut a locked gate and kept
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driving. security spotted the duo and called police. they are being held on $100,000 bond. that's what they said anyway. hey, nuclear power plant with a chained gate, let's cut through it. coming up here on the show, heroes unite to honor the fallen this memorial day. 400 service members will run nearly 2 miles to the 9/11 memorial. rick right -- reichmuth was here. >> super honored to be down here with you guys. colonel rightout, fleet week. let's talk about this freedom run. it's been going on around ten years. what is it? and what does it mean to these
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guys? >> post- 9/11, we've changed that more to a freedom run to honor those who serve and protect our freedom and beyond even military. public service to all, and so it's a great honor to be out here and to be able to do this this morning with everybody. we've got folks marine corps, u.s. navy, canadian navy. joint effort. >> as well as nypd. >> that's what i heard. >> which means so much for new yorkers to have people here going into now the new freedom tower which is sitting right up here behind us. we're going to run a 1.7 mile run. not that strenous. these guys are going to warm up. >> absolutely. we've got a little warm up going and we'll take off. >> this isn't for spectators. >> no. >> this is for military members and nypd and people who have served. why is that? >> you know, honestly, they know
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why they are here. they know why they are serving. all volunteer force, and the same with anyone who is in public services. i think it's their way to give back. they have been getting treated like royalty here and, honestly, i can't thank new york enough for that. i think this is excited. they are excited to be here and a part of this. >> we're excited to be here and excited you let us to join here today as well. we'll going to do the run here. back to you. >> rick, are you still sore from yesterday's combine? >> i am a little bit. my knee is a little bit bad. >> take it slow and steady wins the race. >> the race begins at 8:00 this morning, so we're going to be tuning in for that. >> how cool that? >> great set-up. coming up, there have been plenty of violent protests outside donald trump rallies but democrats and republicans can agree on one thing, they are
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d.c. to show his support at the annual rolling thunder event. the presumptive gop nominee will land at reagan national airport any moment. he will be speaking at the event around 2:00 p.m. eastern. and the big question becomes will he be on a motorcycle? stay tuned. all right. in other news, tense moments on the campaign trail last week as protesters clash last week with police outside the trump rally, this as we learn that americans have a lack of faith in government and the political process. according to a new poll, 70% of voters are frustrated. 55% feel helpless and 52% are angry. >> what would help bring these people together during this election season? we're bringing in father jonathan morris. >> i'll bring everybody together in 30 seconds. watch this. >> will government bring everyone together? >> no.
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there is great frustration. even if we look at the negatives of both of the presumptive nominees, it's over 50%. people are not excited to go to vote for their candidate but i think that's okay. in choosing a president, we're not choosing a spouse or a best friend. we're choosing someone who can gradually and that's the operative word here, gradually move forward the country in a positive direction. we're also choosing, when we choose whoever we're going to vote for, we're choosing against somebody and that's an okay thing too who could do a worst job at that or who would take the country in another direction. i think the frustration of i don't have a perfect candidate can be minimized i'm willing to do my part to choose the one i think would be a better job than the other based on my fundamental values. >> what are the messages of people who are fed up at this point? what's your answer to that? >> i think the never trump group and the never hillary group with
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the democrats i think is a big mistake. because by saying i'm not voting for trump no matter what happens, i'm voting for hillary, and the same thing on the democratic side. we have to be very rational about our vote and say i'm going to do something that is a gradual, a gradual, an increm t incremental step where i want to be and not worry about everything else. there is things we cannot change. >> there's frustration and disillusion among americans, it's been tapped into from the bernie sanders and donald trump sides. you make all these promises about our wallets and you ignore us when you get to washington, the middle class. there's a real visceral hatred of washington and politicians. what are you hearing on sundays in church when folks have lost their job and trying to pay for their family to go to college?
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>> i think you said it at the beginning, clayton. if we're depending on the government to make us happy, we're all looking in the wrong places. thank god in the united states of america and canada and so many other places, we have freedom. we can choose to make our families better, we can choose to get up off the couch and make our families better. if we're going to be waiting for somebody to do that for us in washington, we're going to be waiting a long time. >> when people are asking for religious leaders for advice, i'm so angry, what should i do? do you sense that some of the political anger normally they would rely on something the pope would say, but months ago, there was unrest among catholics because they weren't happy about the pope? >> i think we have to stop and
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say we live in a society where kmupgs is like it was never before. nobody knew what the pope was saying 200 years ago on a sunday in the vatican. we know things today and, of course, there's a lot of misinformation too. we see all the nasty stuff people say on social media. they say stop, people aren't that bad. really, they are not that bad. they are worse on facebook and twitter than they are in real life. make your families and communities better and choose the candidate who will gradually p incrementally move the country forward. if you get it wrong, you pick the wrong guy, big deal. life moves on. >> message for memorial day week. >> first of all, gratitude. gratitude to the freedom for those who gave their lives. over a million americans died or are missing still for our country over the years. that's a lot of people.
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they gave their life so wectd have freedom. it's a freedom to choose to love and what a blessing. >> thank you so much. >> thank you very much. and on this holiday weekend, an he is -- espn columnist slammed officers who sing the national anthem at sporting events. he called it forced patriotism. >> and we're going to have the real "hurt locker" on our plaza. we'll learn how to use a bomb-disarming robot coming up. hmmmmmm.....
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good morning, everyone. earlier we showed you how ene enemies like isis are using household chemicals to make i s ieds. >> we have technology to keep us safe on the battlefield and at home. >> here to demonstrate members of the marine eod unit. nice to see all three of you this morning. >> good morning. >> first of all, the suit. we have to talk about the suit. tell us what we're looking at here. sergeant nick roberts inside this thing, are you able to hear us? >> i can hear you. >> how much does this weigh? >> right around 95 pounds.
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>> what does this do? >> this is a bomb suit. weighs about 90 pounds. it's really good for deflecting blast over pressure. you're trying to beat the shock front created by an explosion. one pound and one foot. this thing you can sustain an explosion and go home and eat lunch with your family. >> give us a scenario of when this is used? >> this is good for anything that's going to be indoors. suspicious packages, letter bombs, kids messing around with fireworks combine things they shouldn't combine, good for a lot of stuff. >> what about the helmet? concussion proof? will to protect against that. you have the collar there. how will that help? >> this just keeps that blast overpressure directed up and around over the top of your head. you try to make it one nice flexible piece to move the pounds her square inch around your body. >> we have the robot over here. when i see this, i'm reminded of what i had in college that was
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the roomba. >> you had a roomba for your tiny dorm room. >> this is our robot that we use for when we don't want to go down in the bomb suit. we take the robot down there. we want to do everything as remotely as possible. us a driving the robot down keeps us far away from suspicious stuff. >> what's the distance? how far away do you need to be from the robot? >> the max distance is about 880 meters. this is how you drive forward. this is how you drive backwards. left, right. controls lower arm and upper arm. you can move them. everything remote. you close the gripper so with that package there you can pick it up. >> when you're dealing with different types of explosive devices, different san bernardino, paris, brussels, when they go into the terror
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cells, with come bounds like that, are there different ways you would handle the robot and handle the bomb suit? >> everything is just different scenario dependent. everything is based on what you have down there. >> so we have a bag over here. we're looking at a screen. you look at this screen on the robot. can you take us through that back over there as if we were worried there was an ied over there. >> we're driving up. we just drive up. we're simulating that we'll never be this close driving the robot. so we're far away. we would use all of these cameras. you can't see the robot. >> we need to have you try it out. >> there we go. >> you don't want to run over the device. >> that's a good point. you don't want to run over the bomb. >> you'll be back later in the show.
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biggest allies expressing concern. and on this memorial day weekend, an espn columnist slams cops and soldiers who sing at sporting events. ♪ oh say can you see by the dawn's early light ♪ >> he calls it staged patriotism. is he right? we're reading your e-mails on this one. weigh in on our facebook page. "fox & friends" hour 3 starts right now.
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>> solemn ceremony on this memorial day weekend. >> that's the united states coast guard drill team doing one of their silent drills. it's new york's fleet week going on right now. we're celebrating the sailors and marines and coast guard and many of them walking around the big apple. nice to see on this memorial day weekend. we're asking you this morning, what makes you proud to be an american? send us your photos with the hashtag proud american. we have some to show you right now. we can show you the first one right here. this is a picture of bob that
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fought in the vietnam war. >> check out this side by side photo of dave of his the 93-year-old father who served in u.s. army and graduated from west point in 1944. and donna sends this picture of her dad who patrolled on horseback along the florida coast during world war ii. i never knew they had horseback soldiers along the florida coast in world war ii. we'll show your photos all morning long. >> we will. three minutes after the hour. we need to get to this. extreme weather making its way toward millions of beach goers celebrating the holiday weekend. >> tropical storm bonnie picking up strength in the atlantic overnight putting south carolina in its crosshairs. >> we go live to charleston now. good morning, jonathan. >> reporter: good morning to you. because the storm is not severe enough to call for evacuations, we've seen some hardy residents jogging out in the rain and
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numerous tourists walking around the city's historic district. as we look out across charleston harbor, we're really not experiencing anything in the way of severe winds or even heavy winds. the issue right now is that charleston is dealing with a lot of rain. as you walk up and down the streets of historic charleston, we saw plenty of tourists continuing about their business carrying umbrellas. bonnie arrives on the first weekend of a prestigious festival for the performing arts that attracts each year tens of thousands of visitors to the city of charleston. >> the storm is having little impact on the festival. we have over 150 events of the festival and only nine of those are outdoors. the ones that are outdoors, jazz concerts and we have a backup venue for that. >> reporter: all along the
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carolina coast authorities erj people other than the most experienced of surfers to avoid swimming in the atlantic because the storm is creating conditions for dangerous rip currents. yesterday a 21-year-old man who was swimming with his friends failed to return to the shore. there's now an all-out search for him. the coast guard getting involved in that search off the coast of carolina beach, north carolina. back to you guys. >> wow. memorial day weekend not looking good down there. thanks so much, jonathan. all right. democrats who thought hillary clinton would be easy to beat donald trump in november are beginning to have doubts. this as cracks are beginning to show in her campaign. >> we go live to washington, d.c. with the latest. good morning. >> good morning. hillary clinton is now trying to do what the 16 other republican candidates could not. stop donald trump and there's growing concern among top democrats that her campaign has no idea how to do that.
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several key democratic leaders even went on the record with their concerns in "new york times" story inclu. sharpton told the paper the current strategy is going into a street fight with boxing gloves on. the "times" piece details how they have tried to take on trump by using traditional campaign strategies. the article states "the sense of nervousness crystallized this weekend when mrs. clinton devoted campaign events across california to hitting mr. trump for not releasing his tax returns. cable channels went live with
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trump of crooked hillary." the two contrasting campaign strategies were on full display this week in california. take a listen. >> he actually said he was hoping for the crash that caused hard working families in california and across america to lose their homes. all because he thought he could take advantage of it to make some money. >> as i say crooked hillary, crooked hillary. she's as crooked as they come. >> clinton's campaign is trying to reassure supporters by saying they don't plan to really go after trump until after she secured the nomination. how they'll do it is what has many democrats concerned. >> thanks so much. you know, there's this growing concern among democrats, senator feinstein coming out saying it's time for bernie sanders to pack it in and they see this disunity in the democratic party. calling for him to pack it up
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and go home. >> he's saying absolutely not. i'll stay in until the last ballot is cast. he's on one of the sunday shows and he's basically saying, come on, i'm in california. i'm doing very well there. and i'm starting this revolution. look at these crowds i'm packing in. >> crowds are the big thing. when is the last time you heard national party leaders in washington, d.c. telling the guy with the superior crowds all along bernie has been drawing tens of thousands of people everywhere he goes including right now even though he's behind in the delegates and she's not. >> go home and be quiet. no more talking. let hillary take over. we're following other stories making headlines. we're awaiting donald trump's arrival in washington, d.c. to show his support at the annual rolling thunder event. landed at reagan national airport any moment now.
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he'll speak at the event around 2:00 p.m. thousands of bikers are there. take a look at this now. it's live. they'll hit the open roads later this morning as a tribute to our men and women in uniform who paid the ultimate price for our freedom. another fox news alert. a sheriff's deputy shot in the face in georgia. the manhunt for two people involved in the shooting. the car carrying three people fleeing the scene. one suspect turning himself into alabama authorities hours later. deputy white is expected to be okay. and a terrifying encounter for a 3-year-old boy at the cincinnati zoo. the toddler falling into a gorilla exhibit forcing zoo officials to kill the gorilla. >> a 3-year-old child has fallen into the gorilla cage and the gorilla is slamming the child into the wall and the child is in the water. >> this gorilla throwing him
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around for about ten minutes. a special response team came in and shot and killed the animal. the move is causing outrage online with many people arguing the endangered animal did not need to die. they say tranquilizing the gorilla wouldn't have worked fast enough. >> would you call this systemic american racism. ♪ oh say can you see by the dawn's early light ♪ >> well that's how an espn magazine columnist says he sees cops and soldiers singing "the national anthem" before sporting events. howard bryant said why don't more athletes speak you the on behalf of their communities? perhaps more of them would if there wasn't a chilling force looming over them. he called the singing of "the national anthem" staged
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this morning key democrats speaking to "the new york times" revealing cracks in the clinton campaign as they voice concerns about her strategy to beat donald trump in november. >> the "times" writes "the sense of nervousness crystallized this week when mr. clinton hit mr. trump for not releasing his tax returns. mrs. clinton's remarks received little coverage in the news media." here to react, chris wallace. good morning, chris. >> good morning, guys.
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>> so now the democrats are saying you can't go after trump the same way you went after mitt romney like you're doing which i never heard anyone compare trump to romney until i read that. is there something to that? >> absolutely. you can't run a conventional campaign, the kind of campaign you would run against other candidates, against a very unconventional candidate like donald trump. that's what the 16 other republicans found during the republican primaries. i think one of the biggest things is that trump, for good or real, sometimes it helps and sometimes it doesn't, he drives the news cycle. he has something new to say every day. he does it in a very colorful way. even if clinton thinks that she has something on him like earlier this week she was going after him about the fact that he was quoted back in 2006 saying he hoped that the housing bubble would burst because he would make money off it. the effort being to try to show that he's a cold heartless
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businessman like they did with romney. it just didn't have the same kind of traction that it did among other reasons because trump was so busy attacking clinton on a variety of things including scandals back in the '90s. he's just a very elusive candidate who drives the news cycle every day and it's going to put hillary clinton who is a very cautious and conventional candidate to a new test. >> fighting back against "the new york times" this week. not afraid to go after the media when they're critical of him and tweeting at the "the new york times" for a piece critical of his campaign and organization saying that his campaign staff likes to pit -- he likes to pit one against each other. you'll speak with cory lewandowski on the show this morning to discuss these issues. it was interesting with the staffing. hillary clinton has 700 staff members. donald trump has 73. argument is we're way more
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efficient. >> that's right. i remember the first time that i went to the trump headquarters in the trump towers and it was this almost empty room on the fifth floorrump tower and i was kind of horrified by it because it was so small and so unlike anything i had ever seen. and trump said, hey, look, i spent x and all of the other republicans are spending 10 x and i'm winning so maybe i'm doing it better. there is a scale you'll have to reach if you're going to run a national campaign. it's not like primaries where you run state after another. it's 50 states at once. you do need an organization. you do need polling. you need a communication staff. you do need a data team. and even republicans are saying trump is way behind so it's one of the questions for trump's campaign manager cory lewandowski at the top of the hour we'll have an exclusive interview with him. >> what else will you be asking him in regard to that? how much is donald trump and his campaign depending upon the
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republican party for that organization and ground game? >> he is. and he's said, look, i can't build all of this up in such a short time. it's six months. that's actually a relatively short time to build a national campaign. we'll be talking about that. and there's no question about this. trump likes what's called creative tension. he likes to pit people on his staff against each other. he does it in his real estate business and in this campaign. there's something of a feud or certainly a rivalry going on between corey and paul. there's much to talk to him about this week. we have the on again/off again bernie sanders debate. a lot of things to talk about with cory lewandowski and we'll talk to two members of the intelligence committee about the hillary clinton, ig report, about her use of private e-mails at the state department. >> a lot to talk about.
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check your local listings. thanks, chris. coming up, a huge disrespect to our veterans. a driver runs over dozens of crosses. >> come on. >> that's not the only memorial that got vandalized. >> a warning before you fire up the grill this memorial day weekend. explosions becoming a scary trend. two firefighters join us with tips on how to avoid situations like that just ahead. i am totally blind. i lost my sight in afghanistan. if you're totally blind, you may also be struggling with non-24. calling 844-844-2424. or visit my24info.com. a♪ should i stay or should i go? travel season fo♪ nothing. this summer at choice hotels the more you go the better. now get a free $50 gift card for staying just 2 times. so go. book now at choicehotels.com. you always have a choice.
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happy sunday. quick headlines to tell you about now. it could change transportation as we know it. china experiencing with a new bus that drives over cars stops
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in traffic to avoid bad traffic jams and days of dragging luggage to the airport are over thanks to a robotic suitcase that follows you around like a dog. the robot moves on its own and can navigate its way back to a passenger within 164 feet. to activate it all the user has to do is press a button hidden in the handle and start walking. it cost $650. >> i want one. >> i thought you weren't supposed to let go of your bag at the airport. >> is t stays you. >> we've seen videos of what happens when grilling goes bad. millions of americans firing up the backyard barbecue, what are ways to avoid these disasters? >> we have experts with grilling safety tips. we have two firefighters here with us. good morning. >> good morning. >> you guys are busy this time of year. >> absolutely. >> there are simple things we
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can do to protect ourselves. if we haven't fired up the giril all season, what do we do? >> it starts before you get home. when you go to the store, propane supplier, when he fills your tank, don't put it in the trunk. don't put it in the trunk. put it in the back seat in case you get in a rear end accident coming home. put it in the back. secure it. keep it vertical. if you already have it at home, don't take it out of the shed where it's really hot or out in the direct sunlight. keep it in a cool, dry place if possible. then you start from there. >> then what do we need to know when we're about to fire up the grill once we get home and we want to throw barbecue on there. >> you open up the lid. you look in. make sure there's no debris or possible animals that found a place to sleep overnight. >> i had mice in my grill one time. >> that could be a problem. >> it was a problem. >> not as good as steak.
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>> got a grill. got a new propane tank. used it once and it's just been sitting there. is that okay to go and use now? >> that's okay. what you do as you approach it and you get ready and your wife tells you to fire up the grill, make sure switches are in the off position. come down to the tank. you turn your tank on. okay. you hit your igniter. don't keep pressing it. do it once. maybe twice. that's it. if it doesn't fire up, shut everything down. go back start all over again. you may have a leak. what you do is you use your product and you spray -- this is more of a safety thing. you spray your connections. if you see bubbles, you have problems. >> we want to see what not to do. >> we don't want peter's
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eyebrows singed off. >> step back. >> if you're not safe with the grill, this happens. >> oh boy. >> if that happens, what do you need on hand? >> the last thing you want to do is throw water on the fire. that's going to spread the fire all over the place. the easiest thing to do is if you go up and shut these off. if you turn these and it doesn't go out, you can just come down here and shut this off. if the fire is still burning, it's going to get hot. you want to start calling your fire department now. don't wait and think you'll put the fire out on your own. get the fire department coming to your house. if you have an extinguisher, all you're going to do is take it and point it at the fire and squeeze. you're going to keep squeezing until it goes out.
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that's it. don't go back to the grill. don't start using the grill again. wait until the fire department comes. let them check it out. >> is it safe for us to come back? >> it's safe. >> just to make sure we get the order correct. if it's possible, try to turn the knobs off if you won't get burned and then call the fire department and then use a fire extinguisher. >> will you are steak be okay after you spray it with the fire extingui extinguisher? >> absolutely not. >> does everyone still have their eyebrows? he lost his hair. >> thanks, guys. >> we're remembering all of our fallen heroes this memorial day including the four americans killed in benghazi. we'll have a message for hillary clinton just ahead. and the protests at donald trump rally in san diego, not all of them were real. >> is telemundo staging shots? >> the journalist caught staging a scene just ahead.
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>> i can watch this all day. the precision of our united states military is unbelievable. the silent drill team performing on this memorial day weekend as we honor those who served this great country. >> giving us a moment of pause this memorial day weekend. heroes are uniting to honor the fallen ahead of memorial day. 400 service members from the navy, marine corps, coast guard and nypd are running to the 9/11 memorial. >> let's check in now. are you ready, rick? >> okay. so we have to have full
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disclosure. i'm with a lieutenant colonel. i was going to run this race. the race is done. we thought you were taking off when we thought you were ready to take off so suddenly they're gone. we tried to drive and catch up halfway through. we couldn't. we ended up driving here. i have not done any running this morning. >> is that right? >> i'm in that good of shape and you guys are all sweaty. you are commanding officer for this battalion. most of the marines here. did you have a hard time getting these guys up to come and do this run this morning? >> no, sir. just like the colonel said earlier, we know what we're here for. we know why we serve. this is a lot of them they serve because of what happened here. >> we're standing right here at the memorial at ground zero. spectacular memorial. i guess i would imagine that a lot of these guys and women have never seen this. >> no, sir. i talked to a lot of them. this is one of those things when
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you say what's the best part of coming here? they say the memorial. it's a somber, solemn place to come and just remember why we do what we do. >> and so many who have never been here before joined possibly because of what happened on 9/11 now to be here. >> i'm so impressed by today's generation. when i joined the marine corps,. these men and women joined knowing that they were going to go into harm's way. >> how many tours have you been on? >> i've done deployment to iraq, deployment to afghanistan and then two tours on the navy ships. >> so tell us what it's like to come to new york city for fleet week. >> i love it, sir. i'm a new yorker upstate albany. coming in here and just seeing the people and us being able to be proud of what we do and them embracing us like we are fellow new yorkers and it's been nothing but great.
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>> last question. so thinking i was running put on my running shoes and i look over and all of you guys, how do you run in those? >> we get used to it, sir. yes, sir. we run a little bit slower but we still get there. we got here before you. >> i was trying to drive here and you got her before i did and we started not too far away. you took the long way. thank you for what you do. i hope you guys have an amazing time here for fleet week and enjoy being here. >> thank you, sir. i appreciate it. >> i think normally in the military you have to do something if you miss the workout. you need to drop down and give us 20. >> you have to run twice as long. >> we don't have enough time. >> we only have an hour and a half left in the show. >> love you, rick. love what you're doing out there. thanks. we're going to tell you about stories making headlines this hour on your sunday
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morning. memorials vandalized right before memorial day. this vietnam memorial in los angeles paying tribute to those missing in action is now covered in big white graffiti letters. the perp still on the loose. 5,000 crosses bearing veterans names destroyed after a driver plowed right over them. that driver now behind bars. and lightning strikes a kid's birthday party. one child still fighting for his life this morning. the group hit while seeking shelter under a tree after a wild spring storm swept through a park. rescue teams turned a nearby bank into a makeshift treatment center. people at the park praise an off-duty firefighter who jumped into action after the strike helping those victims. and a road trip can put you at risk for cancer? they say most cars side windows
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don't protect you from dangerous uv rays which may cause cancer. they advise people to use sunscreen, sunglasses and uv blocking film and a cameraman allegedly staging an anti-trump protest in san diego. a filmmaker catches the protesters to pose for a shot showing them how to display their mexican flag. >> is that the media staging a shot? is that the media staging a shot? is telemundo staging a shot? >> probably. >> well the filmmaker when pressed further and cursed at him and said i need to work. those are your headlines. >> there's enough stuff to show at anti-trump rallies will having to stage a shot. >> unbelievable. coming up here on the show, we're all remembering our fallen
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heroes this memorial day including four americans killed in benghazi. a survivor of the attacks joins us live next. a mommy blogger set off a touchy debate when it comes to disciplining other parents' kids. how would you feel if another parent scolded your child? our panel is here to talk about it 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 of 7 grams of protein and 6 essential nutrients. ever see a peanut take a day off? i don't think so. harness the hardworking power of the peanut.
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on-air rant and the new york post reports suggesting a presidential run for leonardo dicaprio while at an east harlem party. he's one of the smartest, most well versed people on all aspects of politics. he knows what he's talking about. he's not just hollywood. let's see. clayton? >> the u.s. ambassador is in his safe haven. you're not the first responders. you're the last resort. you will wait. >> none of have you to go. we are the only help they have. >> the film "13 hours" depicting courage demonstrated during the deadly attack on americans in benghazi. a solid reminder this holiday weekend.
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former army ranger chris was there. thank you. chris, thank you. nice to see you. welcome to the show. >> thanks. i appreciate it. >> what do you want americans to remember about what unfolded on those days? >> well, it's not only what happened in benghazi but what other service members and contractors have done and sacrificed their lives for. it's for honor and courage and freedoms that we enjoy. i think that was exemplified by our ability to get up on memorial day weekend and drink a beer and have a barbecue and enjoy family time. people need to remember the sacrifices given on a daily basis overseas are so we can enjoy freedoms we have in this great country. >> did the movie get it right?
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>> it did. it got that faith in each other, that brotherhood that we have for each other, that love that we have for each other that a lot of people over in the states don't understand. it really got the courage that ty and glen displayed under insurmountable odds. i'm still very proud of that movie and what they did putting it together. very proud of it. >> democrats have criticized the accounting of all of this, of course. you have been pretty vocal about this. what do you want hillary clinton to recall? you said you think it will haunt her for the rest of her life, rest of her career, why did you say that? >> i hope it does. you know, she's lied about what happened that night. she's continually called the family members liars, the guys that died. you can't do that. these people lost their sons who were willing to lay down their
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lives for her freedom. and then to call them liars is something that i don't put up with. i didn't get political until i started to hear those words come out of her mouth. i want her to know that those lives that were laid down, they did make a difference. they make a difference because she's able to get up in the morning and enjoy the freedoms she continues to manipulate. >> you have obviously felt compelled to tell this story. what did it mean to you when you sat there and you heard hillary clinton's words when she said what difference does it make? what did you think of that moment? >> i saw that -- where was i at? i was at a va hospital. i'm a service connected disabled veteran. it made me sick. i was able to at least walk away because i was in a hospital setting. it made me very angry. that's when those seeds of frustration started to set in and realize that i've got to speak out and be more vocal and
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now that i'm kind of out on my own doing my own thing and doing public speaking, i'm able to do that. honestly it just set that ranger fire in motion and that's why i continue to carry it throughout my speaking events i do throughout the country. >> we thank you for your service to this country. thank you for joining us on this memorial day weekend as well. thanks, chris. coming up on the show, thousands of bikers are about to roll out and honor our heroes and donald trump is on the way to meet them at the nation's capital. and a mommy blogger set off a touchy debate when it comes to disciplining other parents' children. how would you feel if another parent scolded your kids? is that okay? our parenting panel weighs in on this debate next. i can't wait. soon.
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>> i love this debate. a mommy blogger set off a touchy debate when it comes to scolding other people's children. karen had this to say to the stranger that disciplined her son at the playground. i wasn't there but does that give you the right to talk to him sternly and tell him to knock it off? does that give you the right to act like you're the person in charge when he's actually my child, yes it does, she says. alpert went on to thank the mom. our panel is here to weigh in on this. welcome all. nice to see you all this morning. the idea that it takes a village
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to raise children, we've lost that. i think we lived in these islands now where we forgotten that a community can come together to help discipline children. am i wrong? >> i think your rig're right. you don't need to touch the child or hit them. you're great at the monkey bars but could you slow down while she tries to learn. >> am i wrong about this? >> we live busy lives. it's important for our grandparents, our parents, our teachers to be able to discipline our children. that's an important component of this. it's a very touchy subject for parents and difficult when you see that happening. you have to sort of look at the broader picture and realize it's good for the child. >> we have gotten too precious about our children. she's going to discipline my child but what if your child is acting like a punk? my son did something on the playground to someone else, i would want a parent to say could you not push the little girl
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down, please? >> i have a bunch of kids. three. a crazy amount. if my child is being unsafe or annoying, spraying someone with a water gun for example, yesterday was a hot day or getting in someone's way and being unsafe. i want other parents to step in. the problem as i see it is it takes a village to raise a child, not all values are the same. i don't want other parents stepping in for other reasons. a girl being on the monkey bars and a mom saying that's not very ladylike. that would be unacceptable to me. that's the value of the village discipline? >> that's a value statement. disciplining actually means to teach so if you're on the playground and you're thinking of how are we going to teach and give a better example, that's one thing. disciplining is different. >> values versus discipline. >> we're talking discipline versus punishment. discipline is about how do i
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help this child look ahead. punishment is really how do i punish something looking backwards for an action. what we're talking about is discipline. >> what's the line though? >> no swearing. no yelling. of course no abuse of any kind or hitting. that's where the line is. helping to set a child straight and on the path usually where you can really pick it up is in the way in which somebody is speaking to a child. >> very good point. >> i'm curious where you would step in on this if you saw a kid acting out on the playground, where would you step in? what would you say? >> if he's physically harming someone else or hurting them, i would step in and say see if you can gently handle the situation. if not, we have to remember a great example to walk away and say, hey, buddy, that was not great. we would never do that or do you see how that affects other people. use it as an example. >> how would you step in? >> i think annoying or dangerous
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are really the only two times i would step in. if somebody was in danger of hurting my kid or another kid, i would say something or if the kid is just sitting at the top of the slide and refusing to move. i consider that annoying. not dangerous. i would still say something. that's pretty much where we draw the line. >> i'm all for this. i think we're too precious and you see these parents at playgrounds and they don't want to say anything and they're too careful and don't say anything. step in and say don't pick on that little kid. let's fix this. thanks, guys. i appreciate it. coming up here on the show, donald trump sparked outrage about p.o.w.s. >> he's not a war hero. he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured, okay. i hate to tell you. >> this morning he's on his way to meet thousands of bikers including vets at the rolling thunder event in washington d.c. the group's founder saying i forgive you.
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good morning. it's sunday, may 29th. the carolinas bracing for bonnie. the worst is yet to come. we're live in the storm zone next. then the democrats in disarray. bernie sanders is fighting with party leaders and hillary clinton can't clinch the nomination. now this morning even top democrats are worried about where she's headed. donald trump sparked outrage with these comments about p.o.w.s. specifically john mccain. >> he's not a war hero. he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured.
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okay. i hate to tell you. >> everyone predicted his campaign was over after those comments. this morning donald trump is on his way to meet with thousands of bikers including veterans at the rolling thunder event in washington, d.c. and the group's founder says i forgive you. we're going to take thryou ther live and ask him why he forgave donald trump. "fox & friends" hour four starts now. ♪ ♪ >> that's the uso show troop there live on the plaza. we're asking you this morning, what makes you a proud american?
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send us your photos with hashtag proud american. we're sharing some of those. this first one is from matthew. it's his grandfather pictured in his tank in world war ii. he was honored with a silver star. >> this picture from brian with former marine lieutenants chuck clark and others they served together in vietnam and reunite every two years since 1988. >> this photo of james with his b-17 crew stationed in england during world war ii. >> here's our writer, kelly's father. world war ii vet and purple heart recipient. >> that's great. >> send us your photos this morning with hashtag proud american. we'll show them all morning long. turning to extreme weather because you wonder what will happen this weekend. memorial day weekend. barbecue, major system thre
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threatening to put a damper on the weekend. >> bonnie putting south carolina in its crosshairs. >> we go live to charleston, south carolina. good morning, jonathan. >> reporter: good morning. this has turned into a huge rain event for the city of charleston just as many tourists are arrive are here. not much in the way of winds to report. here in protective waters of charleston harbor, really no problems. concerns are when you go out into the atlantic. officials are urging peopling other than the most experienced of surfers to stay out of the water because of potential for dangerous rip currents. right now up the coast in north carolina, carolina beach, north carolina, there's an active search for a 21-year-old man. he was swimming with his friends yesterday apparently got carried out to sea by strong currents. the coast guard is now assisting with that search. here in charleston, tourists are
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still coming to the city. you can see them walking around in the historic district donning umbrellas. a performing arts festival here draws tens of thousands of visitors to charleston. >> we actually had record ticket sales this year and a lot of advance sales and people are pretty hardy. they're here for the festival. they're not going to not go because of a bit of rain. >> reporter: most events with the festival were already scheduled for indoor venues. a handful of outdoor events were simply moved inside. the shows going on as scheduled. the show must go on. back to you guys. >> what a mess. thanks, jonathan. >> we are following stories making headlines this morning starting with this fox news alert in georgia where a cop is recovering after being shot in the face.
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harris county authorities launching a search for two people involved in the shooting of jamie white. wh one suspect turned himself into authorities. a toddler falling into a gorilla exhibit forcing the zoo officials to kill that endangered animal. >> a 3-year-old child has fallen into the gorilla cage and the gorilla is slamming the child into the road. the child is in the water. >> this gorilla picking up the boy and dragging him and throwing him around for about ten minutes. a special response team forced to shoot and kill the animal. the move causing outrage on line. many arguing the endangered animal did not need to die. the president of the zoo standing by his decision saying tranquilizing of a gorilla would not have worked fast enough. a pair of sightseers save a
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man stuck from his suv for three days. the tourist pulled over to take pictures spotting the man's purple suv likely saving his life. rescuers spent hours prying the 50-year-old man out of the mangled car and air lifted him to the hospital in critical condition. we're told that he is expected to be okay. and start your engines. the indy 500 is here today. they celebrate the 100th year of the greatest spectacle in racing. 350,000 people expected to attend. the green drops in just three hours. those are your headlines. >> largest sporting event in america. we've got another fox news alert to get to. >> we're awaiting donald trump's arrival in washington, d.c. to show his support at the annual rolling thunder event. the presumptive gop nominee landing at reagan national airport this morning ahead of a speech at the memorial day event around 2:00 p.m. eastern. >> thousands of bikers will hit the open roads later this morning as a tribute to men and
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women in uniform who paid the ultimate price for our freedom. >> and we want to bring in this morning the founder of the annual event. nice to see you this morning. welcome back to the show. donald trump obviously sparked a lot of controversy back over the summer. a lot of people thought his campaign was finished when he made those comments about senator john mccain. we'll play that sound for you now and get your response. take a listen. >> he's not a war hero. he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured. i hate to tell you. >> many thought his campaign was over after he made those comments. i'm sure there was outrage among your ranks but now you say you forgive him. why the change of heart? >> well, i don't think trump was really ready for that particular question. as far as i know about vietnam
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veterans and senator john mccain, we respect him as an ex-p.o.w. we respect him as a vietnam veteran but as a u.s. senator he's never done anything for the veterans in this country. he never shows up for a vote and that's a no vote. >> your group is rallying behind trump. we saw marco rubio put his power behind donald trump. the nra a couple weeks ago. donald trump able to get that magic 1,237 number of delegates. do you think the mainstream media is spending enough time talking about the success of donald trump's campaign with a party seeming to rally behind him and some of the base like your group? >> well, as far as rubio and them, i'm not into that. right now i feel that the
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country needs a president that's going to lead the country. we don't need another poll tugs in there. we need somebody that's going to say, hey, we got to pull back and see where we're going. we're $20 trillion in debt because of this administration and who is going to pay that off? i would like to know that. they cut the defense budget. our military is flying aircraft and taking apart other equipment so other equipment will run and cut the defense budget and gives money to foreign countries that hate us. he bows down to every foreign country. they should thank america and all of the troops and all of the past wars that fought for them, for their freedom. >> i had a chance to cover a couple rolling thunders including five years ago, the last time you had a big political guest when sarah palin showed up there in the parking
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lot at the pentagon. there's always a lot of buzz for rolling thunder. i have seen few scenes as exciting at a political event in terms of crowd excitement as when sarah palin rode in on a motorcycle. are we going to see mr. trump on a motorcycle this morning? >> no. they are taking him right to our stage. they said it was too dangerous for him to be on a motorcycle. sarah palin was in a different category. she does ride a motorcycle. she does shoot guns. donald trump is a little bit different. he'll be at the stage and speak this afternoon. >> all right. great seeing you this morning. good luck with the big event. we thank you for taking time out. if you want to learn more about rolling thunder, visit
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welcome back. democrats who thought hillary clinton would easily beat donald trump in november are beginning to have some doubts. this as cracks begin to show in her campaign. >> we go live to washington, d.c. for the latest from the trail. good morning. >> good morning. there's growing concern here among some top democrats that hillary clinton's campaign still has no idea how it will take on donald trump in the general election. according to "the new york times," debates have broken out in clinton's campaign headquarters on over how to handle trump who is unpredictable. that lack of a strategy has many key democrats concerned including senator chuck schumer, former senator from colorado. ken salazar and dan pfeiffer and al sharpton. she's used traditional campaign strategies which had little
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success in the gop primaries stating the sense of nervousness crystallized when ms. clinton devoted campaign events to hitting mr. trump for not releasing his tax returns. such charges helped undermine mitt romney four years ago but it received little in-depth coverage in the news media while cable channels went live with the recitation of crooked hillary. >> he actually said he was hoping for the crash that caused hard working families in california and across america to lose their homes. all because he thought he could take advantage of it to make some money. >> as i say crooked hillary. crooked hillary. she's as crooked as they come. >> so hillary clinton's campaign is now faced with the challenge of trying to do what 16 other
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republican candidates could not. find a way to stop donald trump. interesting to see in the next week and a half as she secures the nomination likely what her campaign will come up with to try to do that. >> thank you. it is so interesting that some democrats are now accusing the clinton campaign of treating trump too much like mr. romney because it makes you think, you know, mitt romney accused of being too rich. he ran away from it. trump says i am really rich. >> i worked on it. >> they put out a bad story romney from 1980s and try to sweep it under the rug. trump will go out and talk about it. >> he's being true to himself. i read a piece in "time" magazine where they went behind the scenes of all three campaigns and what was different about clinton's is she had so many more people around her that every little decision that was made was checked off by a dozen people or something. with donald trump and bernie
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sanders, he's writing his thoughts on a steno pad and donald trump in his bedroom tweeting things out and staff members find out in the morning. these campaigns are letting their candidates be authentic. something that newt gingrich said that hillary clinton has an authentication problem. we'll walk through how to disarm a bomb next. >> some say they'll move to canada if trump wins the election. do they know how much that will cost? good luck with that. i want a great shape. who doesn't? so i bike. i get all of my greens. and i try not to faint. this... i can do easily. benefiber® healthy shape. just a couple of spoonfuls every day means fewer cravings.
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time for your news by the numbers. first, $229 is how much your average memorial day barbecue will cost this year. that's 57 cents more than last year. you can thank beer for the price hike. next up, $30 million is how much johnny depp's new movie is expected to make over the holiday weekend as it tanks at the box office. this follows reports of his divorce and a restraining order against the actor. finally, $4.1 million, that's the asking price for the iconic "full house" home for sale in san francisco right now. before you jump on it, sitcom fans, inside may not bring back that '90s nostalgia. the show was filmed on a set and not the actual house. earlier in the show we showed you how enemies like isis use common household chemicals to make ieds.
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>> our law enforcement officials have technology to keep us safe. adam morris, sergeant james roberts and sergeant alex, welcome. earlier you showed us a little bit about how this all works. we had the bomb suit. for those viewers just waking up and aren't familiar with this, that's 90 pounds. tell us what it does to protect him. >> this is 90 pounds. it's made out of kevlar. it has plating in it. it's there to defeat blasts over pressure. >> how close can you get to a bomb with that one? >> one pound of explosives going off one foot away and you can go home and eat dinner with your family. >> are you okay in there? >> i'm doing good, man. >> is it hot? do you have air conditioning in there? >> we do have stuff like that sometimes. >> how hard is it to move around when you're wearing something that weighs 90 pounds? >> the suit has a decent amount of mobility. i'm able to move.
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i can jump and climb over things if we need to. >> staff sergeant morris, if you don't want to send an actual body in you can send a robot in instead. tell us how this works. >> with the robot, what we're going to do is -- >> do you want me to drive this thing? >> go ahead. forward is forward. back is back. left is left and right is right and this controls your low arm and upper arm and this controls your speed of which how fast you want the robot to move. >> normally the advanced technology that we see now, everything is on a touch screen. this looks like an old school video game console. >> it's durable. that's why. the ipad could possibly break. just using this especially in theater and iraq and afghanistan -- >> didn't get my coffee this morning. >> are you going to try to get the coffee?
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>> is it possible. sorry ma'am. >> that's what he's after there right there. he's trying. >> you can see on your camera that we'll be operating this far away. >> i don't want to do that, ma'am. >> you're not normally this close. >> how far away can this drive? >> it can go about 800 meters on a good line of sight. that's a safe distance. >> this over here is a bomb. clayton needs to go over and get it, we need to remember that we can't actually in normal situations be close enough where we can see the bag, right? >> you would have to operate everything on the camera. >> how long does it take for someone to get trained up on this technology? >> our school is about nine months long and you learn this robot in school but you need to continually practice it because everything changes. it might not be bag down there.
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it could be a box or an ammo can or anything. so we train with multiple different devices. >> what kind of different scenarios do you work with and how do they change? >> every type of scenario. anything you can think of. enemy is coming up with new ways to try to defeat us. we have to stay a step ahead of them. >> this is anna's purse. a lot of protein bars in there. >> not bad. if you get that claw in there. >> this is how i would go through my sister's kids when i was a kid. i had an rv robot i would send into her room. how many guys are in your team when you're in the field? >> we have a 12-man team and then one officer. so when we deploy, we split up into two-man teams and disperse
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evenly throughout the shifts. >> how accurate was the movie "hurt locker?" >> it was a good movie. >> which method do you prefer? using the suit or using the robot? >> that's option number one. we take that down there and something happens and the bomb goes off, we lose a robot. we don't lose a person. >> amazing. >> that's option number one every time. >> all right. how about that? >> thank you. >> wow. anna, you have your purse back. thank you, guys. thank you for your service as well. coming up here on the show, one couple says they spotted this ufo near a military base but is it real or is it fake? the long history of people spotting ufos near military bases, you be the judge. a fresh ideas for your
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♪ >> good bless the usa. thank you so much. we have got a great crowd. you are part of the show troop for the uso. what's your mission and how long have you been around? >> we're part of the uso show troop part of uso and as a member of the uso show troop we work to perform and bring joy to the military service men and women and keep them connected and feeling happy when they're away from their families serving and protecting our country. >> the group has been overseas. what are some of the places they've been? >> they've been for guam,
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okinawa, hawaii, japan, korea, every year they have more than 400 performances throughout the country and internationally as well. >> real quickly, why do you want to be part of this group? you could have been in any singing group. >> the uso show troop is so special and a way for us to perform and give back and do what we love for these wonderful men and women who put their l e lives on the line for our country. we can keep them connected to their home and their country. >> thank you for what you're doing and to all of our viewers at home that are enjoying this as well. we really appreciate your time. >> clayton and peter, over to you. >> we have rick back from the big race. he came back for food because he knew we were grilling. looking for fresh ideas for a memorial day cookout? >> twe're grilling, smoking, making pizza. we're doing everything inside
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this fantastic style grill. vision grills is here with incredible grills. i want to show you how to make meat steaks. when you go buy a nice t-bone, people throw it on the grill. you want to open it up and oil it. you put it on that high heat, you get caramelization of that steak. we'll make pizza. all you do is grilling pizza, putting toppings on and putting it into these beautiful ovens that you have here. put anything you want on top. cheese. toppings. you want to massage meat. a little bit of oil. >> massage the meat by put oil on it. use fingertips. go in there. i made sauce here. once we're done with that --
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beautiful job. that's great. you take the massaged meat and you have this beautiful grill. this is by vision grills. they're fantastic. >> what about one of these grills opposed to backyard something with charcoal. >> what you do with these guys -- vision grills made these grills so all you have to do is smoke on it, you can make pizzas on it. >> switch out propane and has an ash area where you can switch it out. you can switch it into gas if you want. >> that's the beauty of this. you can use electric or propane or charcoal and high heat. once you get that going, man, you have beautiful thing. >> up to 500 degrees? >> you can get this baby up to 900 degrees if you want and make beautiful pizza. the doe is made on this beautiful stone. the stone is included with that. once you get that. you put cheese and toppings in there and you're set to go with this beautiful pizza. >> i'm in the market for a new
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grill. this is my new grill. look at this bad boy. a table attached to it. >> i want to buy myself a brick oven pizza, grill on the side, this is all in one. i had this brisket and ribs going at it for some time. it's been on for two or three hours smoking in there. lump wood, hickory, anything you want in there. it will smoke up and get you nice, beautiful results. >> in tv terms we call that burying the lead. >> it smells like a holiday weekend now. >> where can people get one of these grills? >> go to visiongrills.com. type in your address and zip code and it will tell where you to find them. you can match your backyard and what you want. >> not just green. >> there's teal, white, black, you name it. colors are coming out. >> i hope you're paying
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attention. this is the one i want to father's day. >> people on upper west side will come down here to enjoy this. amazing. wow. that's great. come on down. we're following some stories making headlines at this hour. we'll start with this one. tragedy hitting the basketball world this morning. a rising new orleans pelicans rookie shot and killed. bryce dejean-jones walking into the wrong apartment thinking it belonged to a friend. police say he kicked down the front door leading the man living inside to shoot him. the nba player was in dallas to celebrate his daughter's birthday. and a federal judge orders the release of internal trump university documents in a class-action lawsuit against the now defunct real estate school. the judge says there's public interest in seeking the paperwork that donald trump is front runner for the presidency. on the defense, trump called out the judge during a campaign rally in san diego.
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>> there should be no trial. this should have been dismissed on summary judgment easily. everybody says it. but i have a judge who is a hater of donald trump. a hater. >> the documents include playbooks including detailing tactics used to promote the pricey courses. he faces a lawsuit in california and here in new york. trump says he won't settle the case and the california trial is set for november. a 90-year-old pearl harbor survivor is forced to go back to work. he paid taxes on winnings and that resulted something devastating. >> i faced almost five years of combat during the war and made
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it out alive. this is the worst tragedy i ever experienced. >> the battle of midway survivor is pursuing his real estate license to try to earn that money back. we wish him well. could this be a ufo? >> it looks like it's moving with the clouds. >> you see this? >> what the [ bleep ]. [ bleep ] crazy. >> internet is buzzing this morning over this bizarre video shot near a military base in dayton, ohio, that appears to show anhovering and disappearing into the clouds. this was believed to be the same ufo. what do you think? >> near patterson air force base there long believed to be housing all sorts of military craft. a number of military members have gone on the record about what they house in dayton, ohio. >> the truth is out there.
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>> i'm on it. we'll find out. i would like to know. coming up on the program still ahead, are diamonds really a girl's best friend? not if they're a fake. the popular jewelry chain accused of selling fake gems. >> do they know how much it will cost to move to canada? we'll break it down and it might have them thinking twice about it. that detergent was like half the price!
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i swear. >> liberty celebrities are making the same vow. our next guest says they're in for a big surprise. >> here to break down the cost of moving to canada is opportunity live senior writer. thank you for being with us. >> go aheod to be here. >> what's the picture like living in canada? >> immigration policy is much stricter than in the united states. if you think it's bad with donald trump and liberals make that argument on the immigration front, canada is more restri restricti restrictive. you'll have to wait six months to get your visa and pay 100,000 more in cost of housing and pay a ton of money for applications and that free health care, you'll probably have to pay a premium for it anyway. >> the resident application, $428 will jump up to $817. the visa and work permit, let's put these up on the screen, and then here's the home price. a home of $393,000 to buy or about $4,400 a year to rent. that's a big increase over u.s.
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>> it's a huge bump. $100,000 to buy a house in canada versus here. >> is that across the board? is that across the board? >> yeah. just the median home prices for average canada versus average american. they have higher unemployment. higher inflation. and their average human being is a lot older there. if you want to date and you go to canada, you're dating pool is older. i'm part of hashtag never trump. i disagree with liberals who somehow hate america and want to leave. we're pretty amazing here. i just think of it as a rocky time in a marriage. you don't want to get a divorce just because you're going through a rocky time. we're a shining city on a hill. even if you don't agree with president obama. don't get divorced. they're messy and expensive. >> almost like the celebrities didn't do any of their homework before they started talking smack. >> they haven't done their homework over the last eight years where they've been over the last eight years speaking
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out. >> she said she was moving to jupiter. not florida. >> i don't know if anyone told her it's gas giant and you can't touchdown on jupiter. what about idea they're going to move and leave their country? >> i think it's just a publicity stunt to be honest. it says i want to take it to the next level and get that next burst of twitter followers. i think that's personally what it is. i think like i said that i disagree with donald trump on many different areas. at the end of the day i'm an american and i put that first ahead of any party or any candidate or any president for that matter. i didn't leave the country when barack obama was elected so i'm not going to leave if it's president trump. we've been around for over 200 years. we celebrate the sacrifices this weekend people have made for this amazing country and i just think celebrities should think about that before they make these claims. >> stick it out in the land of the free instead of the land of
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putine. good to see you this morning. >> good to see you. >> 13 minutes before the top of the hour. up next, are you about to go to the beach? do you know how to put on sunscreen in the right way? tips to keep you and your family safe. are diamonds really a girl's best friend? not if they're fake? do you know. the popular jewelry chain accused of selling counterfeit gems. we'll analyze anna's jewels when we come back. tim, i hope you're watching.
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welcome back. quick headlines. caught on camera edition. a driver plows into a 7-eleven, barely missing people inside. you can see the deaf, unlicensed driver smashed everything in her path. oregon police say it was the woman's first time driving and the passenger tried to tell her to stop but she different hear her. no one was hurt and they're both facing charges. every kiss begins with "k," but these diamonds may not be forever. >> another reason kay is forever. >> kay july aresewelers accused switching out real diamonds for
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fakes. kay jewelers says it's reviewing complaints. anybody here have a kay jeweller ring? . better double-check. >> that sun comes with some danger as well, one being melanoma which accounts for the majority of skin cancer deaths. 866% of melanoma can be from uv and sun rays. here to explain is the president of the ny melanoma foundation and executive director of the foundation, janet horowitz. >> we're always concerned with the adult -- or our children, first, that's where it starts. you have great tips on how to protect our kids. kids skin, will it burn faster than adult skin? >> not necessarily. 15 minutes in the sun you can get sun burn and it's pretty bad
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on a day like today. >> 15 minutes? >> prevention is early dwekz. what do you mean by that? >> you want to look for moles that are different than other moles. you want to look for a froot loop in a box of cheerios, let's say. if you have anything that's irritated, you have to get it checked out by a dermatologist. >> what about clothes for kids? >> our message a positive one and it's apply, enjoy. it teaches us about sunscreen and also to cover up. for example, with sunscreen, we recommend you use sun protective factor between 30 and 50. use one ounce, which is about a shot glass filled every time you apply. >> if that's the recommendation, how come you see spf 4, 18, is that doing enough for us? >> no. 30 to 50 is what we recommend
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and that will have the most powerful effect to protect you. >> let's say you go out in the sun before you hit the pool. how long after that? two hours. more frequently if you're in the pool, sweating. you can't put on too much. >> you have child ambassadors to help out your cause. we've got a question for you. this is nathan. good morning. how are you? >> good. >> how old are you? >> 8. >> you're 8 years old. our first question is about ult ultraviolet rays, what are they? >> uv rays. >> can those hurt you or help you? >> hurt you. exactly. >> you're an ambassador as well. what tip would you like to share? >> i don't -- uv rays are harmful. you need to reapply allot. if you go in the water, you need to reapply more. >> we like to splash around in the pool and the ocean and
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everything, so we need to make sure we reapply our sunscreen very often. good tips, guys. jul julia, what tip do you want to share? >> always wear a hat. i know i'm not wear willing one but i'll be putting it on. >> clayton stole it. >> there's concern about natural sunscreens versus the ones filled with chemicals and the ones with bpa or those sorts of things. >> use fda approved sunscreen, broad spectrum. the type you use is up to you. as long as it's been approved by the fda. >> and that's why uv-protective clothing is important in addition to the sunscreen. coming up next on the program, peter doocy is up next. soon.
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