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>> not loving hillary clinton last night on social media. thank you for joining us. >> it's been a long night for you, heather. >> it has. >> it's done now. >> have a great one. >> "fox & friends" starts right now. >> bye! ♪ thanks to you, we've reached a milestone. >> tonight, we close one chapter in history and we begin another. >> we will not allow donald trump to become president of the united states. >> for the first time in our nation's history that a woman will be a major party nominee. [ cheers and applause ] >> i fought for my family. i fought for my business. i fought for my employees, and now i'm going to fight for you, the american people! >> we take our fight for social, economic, racial, and
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environmental justice to philadelphia, pennsylvania! [ cheers and applause ] the last major primaries of the season now behind us. donald trump sweeping up the final six states. >> that's right. not so simple on the democratic side. chemical -- california still has not been called and clinton is leading there on what was a historic night for hillary clinton. >> and also she won new jersey, new mexico, soud, bernie sanders noching victories in montana and north dakota. >> we have fox team coverage of the final primaries. we start with leland vitter covering the democrats in southern california. >> good morning. no matter who wins california, once the votes are finally counted having declared victory
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and made history, hillary clinton is now moving into unity mode. bernie sanders not so much. at his rally last night, a number of his supporters were chanting things that we cannot repeat on this family-friendly television program. still complaining about that call of her being the nominee before the super delegate vote at the convention. experts say the next eight weeks are key, not only for clinton to be able to rest, but also she can put the party back together. >> now i know it never feels good to put your heart into a cause or a candidate you believe in and to come up short. i know that feeling well. [ laughter ] >> as we look ahead to the battle that awaits, let's remember that all that units us. >> next tuesday we continue the fight in the last primary in washington, d.c. [ cheers and applause ] >> and then we take our fight
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for social, economic, racial, and environmental justice to philadelphia, pennsylvania! [ cheers and applause ] a lot of times actions speak a lot louder than words as my mother used to say. to that end, we've learned that bernie sanders' campaign will lay-off over half of his campaign staff here in the next couple of days before the end of next week. also, he will travel to washington, d.c. to meet with president obama on thursday, and one can imagine president obama might remind sanders of his line from 2009, that elections have consequences. back to you guys in new york. >> all right. leland out in california where he voted that noted political analyst, his mother. >> fantastic. i wonder what's going on in those phone calls because if they are talking and president obama -- and meeting with president obama, why haven't
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they gotten to the point where they say drop out bernie. whatever is going on, he doesn't seem persuaded. >> his campaign donations dropped off big time in the month of april. >> he's laying half of them off today. >> meanwhile, four minutes after the hour, donald trump now inviting sanders supporters to stand with him. >> what a difference a teleprompter makes. many gop nominees sound more presidential. >> our senior national correspondent is outside trump tower with the latest in new york city. good morning. >> donald trump seems to have embraced the idea is that it's okay to be tough, talk tough, but it's not such a good idea to shoot yourself in the foot over issues that are not particularly germane to your presidential candidacy. last night, he struck a much different tone than he has in
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the past. first of all, using a teleprompter. rieeince priebus thought the to was presidential last night. he did -- here's trump. >> to those who voted for someone else, in either party, i'll work hard to earn your support, and i will work very hard to earn that support. to all of those bernie sanders voters who have been left out in the cold by a rigged system of super delegates, we welcome you with open arms. >> trump also went after hillary clinton a number of times last night on a number of different fronts, including something he's done during the election campaign so far and something that he will likely do a lot in the general election campaign, and that is suggesting that hillary clinton as president would represent a third term of
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the obama administration. here he is again from last night. >> our infrastructure is a disaster. crime is rising. people are scared. the last thing we need is hillary clinton in the white house or an extension of the obama disaster. [ cheers and applause ] >> one thing that trump avoided talking about last night was judg gonzalo curiel. he did talk about it last night only to say that he didn't want to talk about it anymore, but wanted to focus on national security and jobs. when he does that, he stays on message. thank you very much. i was reading in the "washington post" today, they had some analysis of last night's speech, they said donald trump's speech was for one audience and one message, the
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audience was the republican gop establishment. the message was essentially i get it. i can do this. >> a lot of people said they liked it. reading from the teleprompter made him more presidential. >> you can tell it was well written. whoever his speech writer is, you get it. we got to make it tighter, more scripted and crisper. the other thing that came out, clear, you know i'm a fighter. i fought for myself, my family, my business, i would like to take that same attitude but only essentially i've got your back. there is a feeling in this country as you try to look at the president opposite than the one you have, instead of apologizing for the country, maybe somebody is ready for it to go at it for them instead of against them. here is donald trump. >> i know some people say i'm too much of a fighter. my preference is always peace,
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however. and i've shown that. i've shown that for a long time. i've built an extraordinary business on relationships and deals that benefit all parties involved, always. my goal is always, again, to bring people together. but if i'm forced to fight for something i really care about, i will never, ever back down and our country will never, ever back down. i've fought for my family. i've fought for my business. my employees, and now i'm going to fight for you the american people. [ cheers and applause ] >> like nobody has ever fought before. [ applause ] >> and i'm not a politician fighting. i'm me. you are going to see some real good things happen. well, good things happen to him after the speech we just heard from john roberts.
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riens reeb bus said that was a great speech. brit hume said it was a great speech. >> it was strikingly different than the meandering things he's been saying. you can argue you want. whether his promises are plausible and whether he can sustain them in a general election campaign, but these were the themes that got him nominated. that's what we heard tonight on issue after issue after issue and there's a lot in this for a lot of people and it's a message that will appeal to not just the segment of the republican electorate that nominated him but to a larger slice of the electorate, as he tries to build aness constituency large enough to elect him in the general. >> he's got a 50-state fundraising operation to build up. he's got some organizations to build out. the first thing he's going to do
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he's going to start talking about hillary clinton and the clinton problems and some of the scandals involved. >> big speech monday night. >> he's going to start breaking it down incrementally instead of generally. it's going to be interesting there's a big story about a book coming out that talks about the genesis of the iranian agreement. it starts with hillary clinton. when they were writing the book, it was an homage to a great deal, and as we look at the deal and we don't know what's in it, it could be a lead weight. >> they are already going after each other. last night, he went after hillary clinton a little bit -- a lot. she went after him a lot too. let's take a listen. >> we believe that we are stronger together and the stakes in this election are high, and the choice is clear. donald trump is temper mentally unfit to be president. >> we can't solve our problems by counting on the politicians
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who created our problems. the clintons have turned the politics of personal enrichment into an art form for themselves. hillary clinton turned the state department into her private hedge fund. >> that's a line we're going to hear from now on. hillary clinton turned it into a hedge fund. last night certainly historic for hillary clinton and yet i guess because she was pretty much corps row nate -- cororanated by the dnc seems anti climatic. >> the drama wasn't there as it was for president obama. i want not a red america, a blue america, i want a united states of america.
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we knew this day of inevitable. >> i think the second headline aside from the fact that hillary clinton clinched it last night was the fact that the associated press declared her the winner the day before the actual voting. being in new jersey, i can't believe how many people i talked to who said i was going to vote for bernie but the a.p. says it was a done deal. >> they were on the phone calling super delegates. she only needs 28 more. are you on her side and they got 28 people to say yes to that and took her offer the number. >> the thing about the super delegates, they don't vote until the end of july. it's just at the convention. was there kind of a voter suppression? i talked to some people who decided not to vote yesterday because their man, bernie, had lost it in jersey. >> it's going to be very interesting because bernie sanders also is creeping up in california and i guess he was
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basically calling california. we'll see what happens. because barack obama is dying to get into this and he turned the page and saluted hillary clinton last night in a written statement but no one told bernie sanders who is barely a democrat anyway. >> it's got to fight on next tuesday into the final primary in d.c. hillary clinton is going to be sitting down with bretbair tonight on special report. this video is shocking. a stranger trying to kidnap a girl in the middle of a store. who stepped in at the last possible second to save the day. >> there's no stopping bernie sanders. the socialist says he's staying in the race. why? dennis kucinich says it's a good idea. he's on deck. your insurance company
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hillary clinton yesterday. what can we expect former presidential candidate dennis kucinich who joins us now? good morning, congressman. >> congratulations to both hillary clinton and bernie sanders for a great race. >> there's some fine print here. bernie really got burned by the a.p., where the day before the primaries, on a day where there was no voting, the a.p. declared her the winner. stay home, folks. you don't have to vote. >> what's with the associated press on this? i mean, they are supposed to report the news, not cook it in a kitchen and serve it up to the rest of the media. i think that's not just offensive but it raises serious questions of journalistic ethics. >> you got bernie sanders talking about how things are rigged. it looks like the media structure is rigged in her favor as well. >> the associated press announcement is going to stand as a milestone on what the media
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should be doing in respect to reporting elections. >> the associated press has just called, ironically, california for mrs. clinton. >> well, you know, let's again look at this election as bernie sanders is looking at it. he's taking it all the way to philadelphia. this election isn't about california today. it's about philadelphia next month and bernie sanders is going to be a powerful presence at that convention because of the millions of people who closed ranks who say they want a new direction for the democratic party. >> but isn't he damaging her every day that he talks about her? >> no, not at all. he represents almost half of the party. about 23 states at least. you have to consider that this is a state-by-state election. secretary clinton is going to need to close ranks. she can't do it not just with words, but with deeds. >> there are a lot of bernie sanders supporters who do not like, they simply hate hillary clinton.
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do you think there's a possibility that donald trump will wind up with some of those bernie sanders supporters? >> that -- i don't know the answer to that, but i will tell you this, that this is really going to be up to secretary clinton to put the markers down that would suggest that she hears what millions of americans said when they supported bernie sanders. they don't want more wars. they want higher wages. they want more jobs. they want to rebuild america, and they want new trade policies. if that isn't reflected in what secretary clinton starts to talk about, i think that she's got a real problem in trying to get bernie sanders supporters to come over. >> well, let's see what happens. i think he is going to sit down with the president and mrs. clinton tomorrow in washington. so we'll see what happens. dennis, thank you very much for joining us. >> thank you. overnight, a bomb threat forces an egypt air flight to make an emergency landing. an update straight ahead. and will donald trump strike
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a different tone with a scripted speech and teleprompters? that's what he did last night. >> if i'm forced to fight for something that i really care about, i will never ever back down and our country will never ever back down.
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good morning to you. it's 24 minutes after the hour. a couple of headlines right now. breaking overnight, a bomb threat on an egypt air flight. the plane coming from cairo to beijing was forced to land uzbekistan. egyptian officials say the threat was a hoax. a pickup truck plowed into a group of bicyclists from behind
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near kalamazoo, michigan. the suspect was arrested. the first donald trump renay elmers lost the congressional primary. i'll see you back here in 25 minutes. and then there were two. the november match appears to be set now between hillary clinton and donald trump. but not so fast. bernie sanders says he is not backing down, so how do the voters feel about all of this? here with brand-new dials. hey, lee great to see you. >> great to see you too. >> let's read the dials and see what the folks thought about it. this is donald trump not backing down. talking about what he's going to do for you, america. >> i know some people say i'm too much of a fighter.
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my preference is always peace, however, and i've shown that. i've shown that for a long time. i built an extraordinary business on relationships and deals that benefit all parties involved, always. my goal is always, again, to bring people together. but if i'm forced to fight for something, i really care, i will never, ever back down, and our country will never ever back down. >> so this is fascinating. i think that not surprising, republicans loved it. what i thought was so, so interesting was independents gave it a b. democrats gave it a c minus. i have never seen democrats dial donald trump above 30 or 40. they were along for the ride here. they like that they acknowledge that most people think of him as a fighter. they like that i want to bring people together.
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this is a totally different tone. he did a great job. >> let's look at donald trump talking about hillary clinton, calling her basically a disaster. >> our infrastructure is a disaster. our schools are failing. crime is rising. people are scared. the last thing we need is hillary clinton in the white house or an extension of the obama disaster. [ cheers and applause ] >> so when you look at that, independents, republicans off the charts an a. democrats again were along for the ride at a c minus but the thing to watch there, independents dialed it up when he was slamming hillary clinton. not good for her. >> hillary talking last night about being the first female presidential candidate. take a listen. >> don't let anyone tell you that great things can't happen in america. barriers can come down. justice and equality can win.
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our history has moved in that direction slowly at times, but unmistakably thanks to generations of americans who refuse to give up or back down. now you are writing a new chapter of that story. this campaign is about making sure there are no ceilings, no limits on any of us. >> this is the best speech from a democrat perspective. it was an a plus, hit it out of the park. what was so fascinating, independents, and republicans dial this down, c minus, d plus depending on how you look at it. it really didn't resonate with independents. i could not believe that. we're talking about something positive. generally speaking with a positive message, they did better. what they said to me was i'm glad it was a new day. i'm proud of america right now but i just don't want her.
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hillary clinton thought donald trump's attacks were rough already. wait until next week. >> i am going to give a major speech on probably monday of next week and we're going to be discussing all of the things that have taken place with the clintons. >> all right. so what could that mean maybe on monday? our political panel is going to weigh in on that next. this video is shocking. a stranger, look at this, if you are a mom, hard to watch, trying to kidnap a 13-year-old in the middle of a store. her mother desperately trying to stop him. wait until you see who stepped in at the last minute. a very happy birthday. 91 years old, former first lady, barbara bush. ♪ ♪ i accept i'm not 22 i accept i'm n the rower
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going to be your champion. i'm going to be america's champion cht. >> it's clear that donald trump doesn't believe we are stronger together. >> we will not allow donald trump to become president of the united states. [ cheers and applause ] >> to all of those bernie sanders voters who have been left out in the cold by a rigged system of super delegates, we welcome you with open arms. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'm going to take a moment later tonight and the days ahead to fully absorb the history we've made here. >> next tuesday we continue the fight in the last primary in washington, d.c. >> a lot of emotion there. hillary clinton claiming victory as the first female presidential nominee in history. while asking mr. sanders to let
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her take on trump on the road to the white house. >> we have our political panelists joining us. lesl leslie, first of all, how important is for bernie sanders to get out quickly? >> i think it's very important. trump has momentum going into november. if bernie sanders is going to embrace hillary, he's going to wait until the end of july to do that, then you are losing time. politics is a game and the game has to do with numbers and you need momentum to gain those numbers. >> also very young voters, very energetic voters and they are very different voters. >> it's not that they get out quickly, how he goes out, does he go out kicking and screaming or going out trying to unify those. if he comes out with a unification message, let's rally
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behind hillary, you can see more of those folks go to hillary. >> the different between hillary and barack obama and sanders and hillary clinton in 2016, is they are very different economically. where is the give between hillary and sanders? that's got to happen, mark. >> people are trying to make decisions as you get into the trump versus clinton conversation here. am i going to go with someone who has spent the last 40 years working in government? people poll us and say that's the biggest problem facing america is government itself or am i going to go with someone outside that space? >> part of the reason hillary -- why sanners does so well against donald trump because no one is really going after sanders. as we switch to donald trump, he's making it clear he's going after hillary. in a formal speech he's going to lay it out on prompter probably
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again, leslie. here's a little of what donald trump said yesterday. >> the clintons have turned the politics of personal enrichment into an art form for themselves. i'm going to give a major speech on probably monday of next week and we're going to be discussing all of the things that have taken place with the clintons. i think you are going to find it very informative and very, very interesting. >> important to start off that way. is that a good move? >> it's a good move in a sense for him to attack his opponent which is hillary clinton, no, sir the clinton. bill clinton was president and he is not running. for some reason donald trump and his supporters seem to not be able to grasp that. when you look at the speech last night, he did a very good speech with that prompter. he needs that prompter. >> you call it boring when he's actually scripted. >> he sounds more presidential. he stays more on point. and you need to attack your opponent at this point in the game and not be talking about a
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judge and ethnicity. the problem is when you look at the tracking, when he does those types of attacks and personal attacks on her, he doesn't do so well and i don't think that's going to resonate with the november-type voter versus primary voter. >> nobody rallies republicans like the clintons. if he goes on a surgical attack on her and takes herpes by piece, it's going to be good for him. the cake is baked on hillary. bernie sanders is saying she's the head of corruption. this entire campaign is about democrat and republican. it's about establishment and corruption versus the people and how they have been who have been kicked in the face. >> in your book, you talk about how governments should run. how effectively for him to disseminate what she did accomplish and didn't accomplish
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as secretary of state? >> you got polls that say the number one problem facing america is government itself. can you hire someone who has spent 40 years working in that space or someone outside that space? if you open a new restaurant, you probably don't want someone who serves lousy food. >> if you want to say syria, 400,000, dead, how did that work? what about the jv team? how did that work? now is isis. now, donald trump doesn't have to talk lewinsky, he needs to talk about the last four years. >> she's the embodiment of the government that doesn't work for the people. if he stays to that line attack, he will do well. >> leading up to the convention, i don't think there will be a dead period. thanks so much for joining us. >> meanwhile, coming up straight ahead, this woman named heather
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nauert. she has found her way from pasadena just to stand behind me. >> good morning to all of you. i've got a couple of headlines i want to bring you right now. it is an absolutely horrifying video coming out of florida this morning. this was a mother who was tors -- forced into a tug-of-war so save her teenage daughter from a would-be kidnapper. watch. that mother chasing close behind. and you won't believe this part of it. an off-duty officer, john benin, seeing all of this unfold. he blocks the man with his car. craig benelo is now facing kidnapping and child abuse charges. this story is just as by example a vogue -- yoga instructor intentionally driving
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off a cliff to try to kill her sister. witnesses say they were seen fighting right before the crash. allison was arrested after police thought that she was trying to flee for upstate new york. she faces a second degree murder charge and will be officially charged later today. plus a terrifying day at the zoo for families there when the leopard escaped from its cage, forcing an hour lockdown of that zoo. families forced to be in the gift shop. just feet away from her enclosure. the zoo is scrambling out that four-year-old 60-pound leopard got out. it's a welcome to america moment that these cuban migrants will never forget. six people, including a pregnant woman, landed near ft.
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lauderdale after landing. one man was given make america great again. the migrants named they are boat barack obama. >> cuba not such a nice place after all. people still want to get out. sure, in the obama boat and you get a donald trump hat. fantastic. >> only in america, these days. >> very much like the oscars. when you arrive you get a special gift. >> they like me. they really, really like me. thank you. 19 minutes before the top of the hour. coming up, have you heard hillary clinton's new hit, email bling? social media had plenty of fun with the last rounds of the primaries last night. does your car sound like this on those long road trips? >> no. yes, yes. really? no. are we there yet? no. >> we have the perfect toys to
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-- champs. they are the presumptive champions, congratulations to them. ray gunnzs, rig system, rig results. i do not stand with hillary. thank you bernie trending all night last night. huffington post came out with this idea. they started this hash tag for pairing up these couples and trying to create some parody videos. you use to email me on my cell phone. just like drake used to call me on my cell phone. we've got 99 problems but trump ain't one. trump -- >> lady gaga. >> big names were busy with their thumbs. >> lady gaga threw her paying suit into the ring for hillary
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clinton last night. >> very patriotic. >> vote for the first female president in history. this country could use a little rock & roll. >> no. >> the big theme last night, flooiskts is -- a lot of the keywords last night, trust. they do not trust her. bernie sanders is saying we're going to fight on until philadelphia. >> he's going to fight in d.c. next week but he has a meeting with the president that he requested on thursday. so what's going to happen if he doesn't back out? >> where do these voters go? do they go to trump? >> going to go to somebody they trust. >> #clayton, thank you.
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all right. when you're on a trip, how many times do your kids ask are we there yet? >> well, today we have the toys to keep your kids entertained. >> maybe. as we continue our week long road series with laurie shakt from the toy insider mom. good morning. >> good morning. we know the destination is fun but the journey can be fun too. i brought some great toys. the first thing to talk about, the kids love their devices so we know they're playing on theirs or yours and there's a new game for the sky landers fans called battle cast. we are getting cards and we're bringing the cards to life. so kids get all of their favorite cards of the sky lander characters. bring them to life. you add to the collection, it's a free app game.
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now they get to play with all of their characters in the game. >> so do you play with your ipad and the cards? >> you play with the card, you get that augmented reality piece. you add it to the collection and then play the game on the device. >> gotcha. >> what is this? >> so you know kids love brain challenges, right? this is a brain teaser on two sides. so it comes with all of the colors matching. >> like a rubik's cube. >> yes. exactly what it reminds me of. except it's a double sided challenge. it's a single player game, but you can compete with your friend or parents in this. it's not easy. a lot of fun. easier to mix it up than put it back together. >> what happened to the license plate thing? that was cheap and took all day. >> your kids know you better than you. >> like the newlywed game? >> it's like it. it has packages of cards. it has a question and multiple choice questions that you ask your kids. passenger, not the driver. an example, in elementary school
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i would earn a gold star in math, history, science, recess. put in your own answer. maybe it was gym for me. a lot of silly questions, funny questions. >> get everybody involved you have to turn off the radio. >> everyone gets involved. >> one of the most iconic games ever and now it's scrabble to go. so what i want you to do is go ahead and put a piece in. it will lock right into this -- >> yeah. >> what happens is kids are playing in the car, you can fold it up. you have get to the rest stop or something. open it up where you left off. everything has covers. everything locks into place, nice and simple. >> it would still be under the seat. but you'd do your best. >> where did my "j" go? >> robots, normally we're not taking robots on the road with us. but we have the minirobots. they're really cute. not doing well on the table cloth. but a lot of fun. you know they're robo sapiens.
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>> real quick. >> we love kids that do double duty. first, we have the stuffed animal. and i want you to smell that. >> smells like a cookie. >> smells like a cookie. >> cookie. >> but look, we open up the velcro. now we have a pillow so kids can go to sleep. >> favorite of mine growing up, this is our travel spiro graph. it has six gears and a wheel. two of the pencils, 24 page guide book. you can make the same creations that we did. >> thank you. >> now get in the car with your kid. >> okay. here i go. coming up on a wednesday, english majors at yale don't want to study the greatest english writers because they're write. herman cain will join us live in the next hour. >> and she just won the miss usa crown but she's much more than just a pretty face. >> as the commander of my unit, i'm powerful. i am dedicated.
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case to america. thank you. god bless you and god bless america. >> the last major primaries ehi. donald trump sweeping all of those final states for the republicans yesterday. >> yep. meanwhile, not so simple on the democratic side. the associated press just called california in the last 45 minutes for hillary clinton. >> so she also won new jersey. new mexico and south dakota. bernie sanders is notching victories in montana and north dakota. >> well, it's a little embarrassing for her that she did not run the table. >> however, we have fox team coverage of the final primaries. john roberts is covering the republicans in new york city and we start with leland vitter in santa monica, california. >> reporter: good morning. this loss here in california for sanders is as much a loss for him as it is a win for hillary
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clinton. he competed hard here. spent almost twice as much as she did in advertising, but it was for naught. and clinton now having declared victory, having declared herself the nominee and having declared that she is going to bring this party together. her message revolves around unity. something we have heard from her, not so much from the sanders campaign. last night at his rally here in california, his supporters were chanting things that we cannot repeat here on a family friendly program. still complaining about the super delegates being counted before they vote at the convention in philadelphia. experts say the next eight weeks though are really key for clinton. not only she can rest, but try and bring the party together. >> whether you're a democrat, republican or independent, i hope you will join us in just a few weeks we will meet in philadelphia which gave birth to
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our nation. back in that hot summer of 1776. >> we take our fight for social, economic, racial and environmental justice to philadelphia. i am pretty good in arithmetic and i know the fight in front of us is a very, very steep fight, but we'll continue to fight for every vote and every delegate. >> reporter: sometimes actions speak louder than words in politics. a few data points on those issues. sanders campaign going to lay off more than half of his campaign staff in the next week or so and he'll travel to washington, d.c., on thursday to meet with president obama. one might imagine that president obama could remind senator sanders of the line he used in 2009 that elections have consequences. clearly, president obama ready now to get into this fight and
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get behind for conceivably their presumptive nominee, guys. >> all right, leland vitter live out in california. so it's kind of the one-two punch because he's going to -- bernie is meeting with the president tomorrow. but hillary clinton called him up on the phone last night. did she say hey, bernie, time to get -- you know, pack up your bags and get out? probably not. because the way that the call was depicted it was gracious. >> and now donald trump inviting sanders supporters to stand with him. >> what a difference a teleprompter makes. many said he sounded more presidential than ever last night. >> john roberts is live outside on fifth avenue. we're on sixth. john, what's up? >> reporter: steve, brian, ainsley, good morning. one thing that donald trump had sharply reinforced for him in the last couple of days is the immutable truth in politics that
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messaged discipline is having something very important. he has a little black cloud swirling over his campaign after his comments about judge gonzalo curiel and he had a conflict of interest because of his mexican descent. trump used a teleprompter, didn't wander too far off message. reminding people of how he got to where he did. but really not bragging so much on his successes in the campaign as much as fighting for the little guy and woman out there. what he would do as president and i guess, you know, to some degree try to go some distance to reassuring nervous republicans that hey, i have got this. don't worry. here's trump from last night. >> for giving me the honor to lead the republican party to victory this fall. we're going to do it. we're going to do it, folks. we're going to do it. i understand the responsibility of carrying the mantle. i will never ever let you down.
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>> reporter: trump previewing his full pivot to the general election with attacks on hillary clinton. he says he'll give a speech, don't know where yet early in the week where he will lay out all of what he believes are clinton's weaknesses. hitting her last night on a number of different fronts. here's one of them. >> they have made hundreds of millions of dollars selling access, selling favors. selling government contracts and i mean hundreds of millions of dollars. secretary clinton even did all of the work on a totally illegal, private server. >> reporter: trump's speech last night got high marks from the party. here's what the party chairman reince priebus tweeted out last night. great victory speech by donald trump, exactly the right approach and perfectly delivered. contrast that with what a lot of republicans had been saying in the hours leading up to that
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speech. looks like trump has gone some distance at least. getting himself back in the right track at least with his colleagues. >> i agree, john. thanks so much. john roberts doing a great job outside of trump tower, recapping what's happening with trump. it will be fascinating leading up to the convention. no republican has been effective at going after barack obama for 7 1/2 years and now barack obama is saying i'm going to be out there and hillary clinton saying i want to be essentially the third term of barack obama and bill clinton saying i want to be a factor too, obama can point out the negatives in all three of them and people will start to think maybe it hasn't that great 7 1/2 years. >> barack obama great campaigner. her husband is a great campaigner. she is not a great campaigner. 75% of the country believes we are headed into the ditch, on the wrong track. all he's got to do is just -- you know, stick to -- stay on message, talk about jobs and things that matter to people.
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and -- >> you don't think -- you don't think he'll be attacking? >> sure. >> he'll be attacking hillary but he'll be reminding the american people of the things he continued to express throughout the campaign which is i'm going to fight for you which he said last night. i'm going to make america great again, i'm speaking to you the american voter. i was talking to the friend yesterday, she has four children. she said, you know, she makes a good salary, but she says if i look at my paycheck, i'm not happy with the amount of taxes that are taken out. so she's a trump supporter because of that. she says if you want more of the same, then vote for hillary. if you want change, vote for donald. >> i think you're right. the breaking news this morning in the last one hour the associated press called california. it had been too close to call. they have now found that hillary clinton is going to win the golden state. what's interesting about that, the fact that many of the polls go into the voting -- primary voting showed bernie on top. what could have possibly happened to bernie? well, you know, the associated press actually the day before people voted in california
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declared hillary clinton the winner. so how many people out there across the country -- in the primary states did not show up to vote yesterday because the show is over? dennis kucinich says this is a disgrace on the part of the a.p. >> what's with the associated press on this? i mean, they're supposed to report the news, not cook it in a kitchen and serve it up to the rest of the media. i think it's offensive and raises serious questions of journalistic ethics. let's look at this election as bernie sanders is looking a at it. it's about philadelphia next month and bernie sanders is going to be a powerful presence at that convention. because of the millions of people who closed ranks who said they wanted a new direction for the democratic party. >> tell you what, in terms of new direction that's exactly what hillary clinton has given us. we have had five separate slogans breaking down barriers,
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stronger together, fighting for us, we're fighting for everyday americans. the one thing about bernie sanders we knew what he stands for. hillary clinton has to decide what she is going to do, what does she stand for? >> right. >> well -- >> we have to watch and we'll be covering it. >> do you know what happens five months from today? >> the election. yeah. >> federal election. that's right. do you know what happens tonight at 6:00 p.m. eastern time? hillary clinton is going to sit down with bret baier on "special report." it should be a fantastic view. >> five months from today, heather nauert, don't call in sick. it will be a big day on "fox & friends." >> will do. i hope you're off to the great day. i have some news to bring you. starting overseas right now an egyptair flight is back on its way after there was a bomb threat today. that threat forcing the cairo to beijing flight to land in uzbekistan three hours after it took off. everyone was evacuated safely. now egyptian officials say that
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that threat was a hoax. this comes less than a month after egyptair flight 804 crashed into the mediterranean sea, killing all 66 people on board. terror has not been ruled out as a cause in that case just yet. two f-16 jets colliding midair during a routine flying exercise over georgia, overnight. both pilots were able to safely eject from those planes before the jets came crashing down and both are expected to be okay we're told. an investigation is now under way to figure out what happened. this coming after a similar situation just last week when a pilot ejected himself from this thunderbird in colorado following a ceremonial flyover for the air force academy graduation. that pilot thankfully wasn't hurt. a pickup truck plowing through a group of bikers. take a look at this horrifying hit and run. killing five and leaving four others in the hospital today. two others are in critical condition at this hour. witnesses say the bicyclists
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were hit from behind and the 50-year-old driver to truck was arrested after trying to run away on foot. he could be charged tomorrow. we'll keep you posted on that. and one pitch sends off a bench-clearing brawl in baltimore. watch. wow. they are swinging there. orioles star manny machado gets drilled by a 99 mile per hour fastball from the royals pitcher, ventura. machado then punches him in the head and the teams rushed to the field to break up the fight. both kicked out of the game and they could face long suspensi suspensions. see you back outside. >> thank you, heather. live from the streets of new york city, wait until you heard
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how much mayor de blasio spent so people visiting can use whatever bathroom they want. can donald trump turn some blue states red? and can the other red go blue? dr. larry sabato is a doctor and he'll bring his stethoscope and find out.
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all right. donald trump breaking tradition with the plan that includes focussing on democratic leaning blue states. where republican nominees do not often try to win or campaign. can trump really turn some of those blue states red? here to map out the path to victory for donald trump if there's going to be a victory is the director of the university of virginia center for politics, dr. larry sabato. dr. sabato, exciting time for you. you have been working on this almost since the last election ended. so now we have some states that could change the calculus. give me an idea of what the states are. >> okay. brian, there are two pathways for donald trump that are realistic. that are reasonable. to get to 270.
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the assumption has to be by him and his campaign that he carries all of the romney states that's 206 electoral votes and yes, that includes north carolina. never easy for either side and then he has to turn the states turning blue. the first pathway is easy, focus on ohio, the key swing state, which is then right in terms -- been right in picking the presidential winner the last 30 times and no republican has ever won the presidency without ohio. add to that florida which obama won narrowly twice. the key blue state that i think trump has got to turn to win and that's pennsylvania. he's got to focus on his base which is white, blue collar workers. and there are plenty of them in pennsylvania. >> did anything change about pennsylvania or is it just the candidate that could change pennsylvania?
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>> well, pennsylvania has been changing. i think it's been getting more competitive. i was just up there on monday, i was surprised by the number of legislators of both parties who told me they thought pennsylvania was very close. >> wow. >> you know, they're people who keep their earsground. they have to because their livelihood depends on it. that's path one. >> path two includes? >> path two is totally white blue collar worker. focus on your strength. you go north. yes, you have ohio and pennsylvania in there. but you try to add michigan and wisconsin. those four states plus the romney states equal exactly 270. you don't have a vote to spare, but as i always remind people, you're president of the united states whether you get 270 or all 538 electoral votes. >> some things pop up in mind
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strategically. number one, lost wisconsin, did not run up strongly in wisconsin. he has to find a way to do that. if he wants ohio he has to make amends with governor kasich. that would give him a leg up perhaps with the republican -- with the popular republican governor in place who doesn't seem to be speaking to him. >> well, you know what, in politics people don't speak to you one day and turn around and speak the next. sometimes they speak blue language, and i don't mean blue versus red. remember, though, brian, the vice presidential nomination is open. there are a couple governors, scott walker, john kasich, that's wisconsin, ohio. you know, those are possibilities. >> absolutely. of course you have california and new york with donald trump also will be focussing on but a long shot. dr. sabato, i promise to talk to you 500 more times. >> i look forward to it. a major tsa fail, this fake bomb passed through security 95% of the time and a year later did they turn things around? the results are in. plus the first military miss
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we're going give you some "news by the numbers" right now. first $265,000, that's how much new york city mayor bill de blasio spend on these ads telling people to use the bathroom of their gender identity. it is the first government sponsored campaign of its kind here in the u.s. and next, $420,000, that's how much chewbacca mom has earned in cash and trips and even scholarships since going viral with that video right there. finally, 91 years young.
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former first lady barbara bush celebrating a birthday with her family and friends up in maine including her son, former president george w. bush and she was there interviewing with steve. >> that's right. >> i'm sure that was so much fun. what a lovely lady. >> she's fantastic. speaking of lovely ladies she's the first member of our u.s. military to be crowned miss usa. >> miss usa 2016 is -- district of columbia. >> deshauna barber taking the title after her powerful interview answer on women in combat. listen. >> we are just as tough as men as a commander, as a commander of my unit, i'm powerful. i am dedicated and it is important that we recognize that gender does not limit us in the
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united states. >> joining us right now live here on the loud streets of new york city, army logistics commander and miss usa 2016, deshauna barber. >> hi. >> she has been deployed to sixth avenue. good morning to you. congratulations. >> thank you so much. >> so excited for you. so proud of you. when they read your name, what is it like? >> it's so unreal to me. every time i put on the sash and the crown i get nervous, i feel anxiety. i can't believe this is my real life now. in that moment, i was very unsure. i just kept saying to myself, no matter what happens, you know, i'm so humbled to have made it this far. that was running through my head in case they did call miss hawaii, chelsea, a lovely woman. it was so amazing to stand up there with her. having a calm conversation trying to keep our nerves down before they announced everything. it was awesome. >> what was your favorite part of the pageant? there are many different
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elements. you know, the questions. >> i worked so hard on my body. i mean, that's a probably -- >> swimsuit? >> swimsuit, absolutely. so a lot of the times i'm on the stage, i'm pumping myself up, building up that confidence. i was just ready to rock it. i worked so hard to make sure i looked as physically fit as possible. >> well, congratulations, mission accomplished on that. >> thank you. >> to give us some pointers? because i need to work on my body. >> i can let you know great thing, most is military stuff. sit-ups, push-ups and running. >> of course. >> because your answer to the question about women in combat, you know, we ran a great big chunk of it the next day after your won. your answer was amazing. you look at your personal history you come from a military family. >> i do. my father and mother, sister, brother, all army. they're on the enlisted side. i'm the only officer, they won't let me forget that. >> wait, does your family salute you? >> my dad give me the first salute and my other siblings they refused.
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they refused. actually, my mother and father actually met in the army in georgia. so -- >> that's great. >> getting out of a humvee and he looked at her and said that will be my wife. >> that's cute. >> my husband and i were we were so proud of you because of what you represent for america. and you were our pick right from the start when they put up your family on the screen. what does the military and this great country mean for you? >> it means freedom and patriotism. i consider serving the military as somewhat of a family tradition. growing up, that was something that we always made sure -- something that we thought of. something that we were humbled to know to live in a country with so many freedoms. we knew that we wanted to fight for that and continue to maintain that in our family. so it's been amazing to say that i wear this uniform and now i'm wearing this sash. so it's like an almost -- an ambassador on both sides, you
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know? >> it's a different -- it's a shinier uniform that you're wearing. >> shinier one in ways that's more comfortable, less comfortable. >> do you know what i love about you winning though? the pageant world has been under attack for so many years or at least recently. but you're not just a pretty face. you really represent this country. you're in the military. you have to -- you can't do better than that. >> thank you very much. that's one thing i wanted to break down. that's the stereotype on the military side and the pageantry side. because i competed against the most beautiful, educated, intelligent women in this country. and i don't think we get enough credit in the pageant world. i'm glad i could be here to break it. >> well, congratulations. >> thank you. >> a real pleasure to meet you. >> you're truly miss usa. >> thank you so much. this video is shocking, a stranger trying to kidnap a girl in the middle of a busy store. her mother tried to stop them. who stepped in at the last minute? we have a live report straight ahead. and donald trump has a
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brand-new message for bernie sanders supporters you have never heard before. >> all of those bernie sanders voters, who have been left out in the cold by a rigged system of super delegates, we welcome you with open arms. >> okay. but will bernie sanders supporters really jump ship for trump? former presidential candidate herman cain weighs in on that ship jumping coming up. good morning, herman. so you're a man of culture. or a man of adventure. or a man of culture who's out for adventure. you know when to hit the scene... or get far away from it. because it's all about striking... the perfect form.
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>> to all of those bernie sanders voters who have been left out in the cold by a rigged system of super delegates, we welcome you with open arms. >> i'm going to take a moment later tonight and in the days ahead to fully absorb the history we have made here. >> next tuesday, we continue the fight in the last primary in washington, d.c. >> all right. why are we outside? we were waiting for the paper boy. here's the cover of "the new york post." the first lady which is clever because she was the first lady. she's the first lady. she made history yesterday as the first female nominee of a major party. >> and that's why we're bringing in herman cain today to talk about this crazy election. what a year it has been. hillary clinton, she buried bernie yesterday and now she's asking for his supporters to come over on her side.
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what do you make of that? >> so is donald trump. >> yeah. well, she'll probably get about half of the bernie supporters and i believe trump will get the other half. here's why. half of the bernie supporters they were excited about free stuff, and the other half is looking for something more than that. those are the ones that trump will be able to attract. yes, she wants to make a big deal about how historic this is. the american people -- most of them care more about prosperity than history. >> and the weird thing is she does struggle right now with women. she's strong in the minority community. she got 77% of the african-american vote in the democratic election. but when it comes to donald trump converting sanders' supporters, it's pretty clear, herman, he says we agree when it comes to trade deals and jobs. so -- >> yeah. >> there he can probably get the most attraction there. >> that's why i say he'll get about half of them. that's just an estimate. plus if you take half of the bernie supporters that are all over the country, and you get
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70% of the independents, plus the republican base, guess what? donald trump wins. i think that's what is going to come down to as we go into november. >> okay. well last night, when he was up at his golf course north of new york city, herman, i'm sure you were watching donald trump shortly after 9:00 p.m. eastern time. we heard him give a speech essentially a victory lap as we conclude the primary season. and it seemed like he had a new tone. he certainly was reading off of a teleprompter. what'd you think of that speech last night? >> i thought the speech was absolutely right on and spot on and it said exactly the tone -- set exactly tone he needs to set. now, a lot of people will make a big deal out of the fact that he used a teleprompter so he could stay on message and he did a good job. he wouldn't have read the information from the teleprompter if he didn't agree with it. obviously he did.
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now, they'll make -- when i say they, not y'all. other people are going to make a big deal out of the fact that he was using a teleprompter. we have a teleprompter president. we have had for the last seven years. >> right. >> so donald trump finally uses one to make sure that he's cl r clear, concise and pivoting to what's important and i think that's why that was such a great speech. >> now, remember in 2013 the irs they targeted tea party groups, they went after the tea party groups. well, a lis has been -- list has been released. now there are 426 organizations that they went after. 40 of those names are not being not part of the new class action lawsuit. but 60 different organizations with the word "t" in its name. 33 with the word patriot. the list goes on and on. what do you think of this? >> the good news is they have finally come clean and that doesn't help the confidence of the american people that the irs is trying to be objective.
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they're not. they are definitely biased and they are used as political tool. the bad news, it took a court order in order for them to come clean by identifying all of those organizations that they're going after. so that's good news and bad news. but i don't think this is the end of the story. because i believe that the organizations that are filing the class action lawsuit against them, that is going to continue to go forward. and the american people are going to learn more and more about why we must replace the tax code and replace the irs. >> well, it certainly would be easier, you know, if you did it all on a postcard and it was a flat tax or a fair tax or whatever. but if hillary clinton is elected president, she said i would be an extension of barack obama would we see this kind of targeting of conservatives in the future? >> it would continue. here's one thing that's very clear now that we are at this point.
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hillary clinton would be a continuation of the barack obama administration and a lot of people are waking up to that fact. they don't want obamacare. they don't want hillary. they don't want the continued use of the irs and the tax code to try to intimidate people. the clarity between donald trump and hillary clinton is very clear. and that's why i believe that enough people are going to wake up and realize that hillary clinton is just another extension of the obama administration. >> and in many ways the damage is already done. after the 2010 election they wanted to neutralize the tea party and they effectively did this. let's move forward to something that came out recently and it is a part of a trend. at yale, there's a petition out there to change the way that the english department assigns i guess their homework and actually formats the curriculum by having less white people, authors and poets, to study.
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here's the quote from the petition. it is unacceptable that a yale student considering studying english literature might only read white male authors. it's time for the english major to decolonize and not diversify their curriculum. what do you think of this? >> bull feathers. look, you go there to take the curriculum not rewrite the curriculum. i don't believe for a moment they're only studying white poets. that's crazy. but it is a trend on some campuses that some students think that they have more say in helping to write the curriculum than taking the curriculum. if i were one of the parents and my child or grandchild had their name on that petition, they would be coming home and i would be asking for a refund from the university. >> no kidding. >> that's why i didn't go to yale. >> that's right. >> herman cain from stock
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bridge, georgia, thank you very much and have a great day. >> thank you. let's hand it inside to heather. good morning. >> hi ainsley, steve and brian. good morning to you. this first story i'm about to tell you is pretty hard to believe. a yoga instructor is now facing murder charges accused of intentionally driving her car off a 200-foot cliff in order to kill her identical twin sister. witnesses say that allison and ann dado were fighting and pulling each other's hair and then allison drove into the rock wall and then off a cliff in hawaii. ann was killed on impact. allison airlifted to the hospital. they were accused of being scammers and randomly disappearing, closing down the florida yoga studio without paying their employees. well, they then reappeared in utah and file for bankruptcy. before moving to hawaii and then changing their name. police arrested allison after she tried to get on a flight to new york. they believe she was trying to flee the country. and do you remember this, the shocking video showing a woman trying to kidnap a baby
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from a pennsylvania shopping mall? we are now seeing how she managed to slip away with this 7 week old. surveillance video showing sharif amore striking up a conversation with the mom who also with her toddler and the newborn. the women walked through the mall. they sit down in the food court. while the mom tends to the toddler, amore picks up the crying baby. she walks away and throws away some food and then takes off with that child. the baby was found safe later at her apartment. she said she had recently lost a baby and now she faces kidnapping charges. glad that little girl is back home now. well, what a difference a month makes for the tsa. 10 million passengers waiting 30 minutes or less to get through airport security over memorial day weekend. that's thanks to major changes with the agency including adding more employees. but it was a totally different scene a couple weeks ago, you remember this. those nightmare lines at
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chicago's o'hare airport. also at midway forcing travelers to sleep on cots and miss a lot of flights. in the meantime the tsa can now expect a new round of undercover stings to see if make believe explosives don't slide through security. this comes after last year's eye opening report saying that fake bombs got through 95% of the time. and you have heard of the expression hot hands on the basketball court, but a trick shot gives it a whole new meaning. watch this. >> oh, my gosh. okay. go! >> yeah, don't try that one at home. that's a flaming basketball doused in lighter fluid swishing in net. a canadian instagram user uploaded that last week. don't worry, he was wearing gloves. not such a bright idea. those are your headlines. >> don't try that at home. >> brian, don't try that with titus. >> not a good combination. >> not a good idea.
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all right. quick election headlines right now. you ready? the first donald trump backed incumbent has lost her seat her election cycle. congresswoman renee ellmers loses night's primary. redistricting forced her to fight another incumbent for that seat. and speaking of donald trump, this isn't him. it's oscar winning actress meryl streep. she dresses as the candidate for her performance in the play "kiss me kate." ♪ ♪ you'll let me know why all the women say no ♪ >> what is that show about? no comment yet from donald trump
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who might dress like meryl streep. meanwhile, a fox news alert for you. it's an absolutely horrifying video out of the state of florida. >> a woman forced into the tug of war to save her 14-year-old daughter inside the dollar general store against a kidnapper in broad daylight. >> shayla reaves has the shocking details. shayla? >> reporter: well, they did not have any physical injuries, but we can only imagine the emotional impact. one moment you're shopping. the next you're trying to fight off a stranger. the mother and daughter lived through that experience on tuesday and now a man is facing charges because of it. i want to take you to this picture. this is 30-year-old craig bonello. he is accused of kidnapping and child abuse. the surveillance video was released inside the dollar general store and now the man is identified as bonello pushes a cart, steps away as if to
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stretch. well, nearby a mother shops unaware of the turn this trip is about to take. she turns her cart in one direction, her daughter is pulled another. the would-be abductor tries to take off. he doesn't get far. a tussle ends with bonello running away. >> in my ten years i have never seen an instance like this in broad daylight in a public area where a subject or a -- or the suspect would grab a young girl like this. >> reporter: and the picture seen on your screen is deputy jonathan behnen. he was off duty, showed up at this location and the store manager yelled. the man running away from you, that man was trying to abduct a child. he was able to intervene, cornered bonello and he took him into custody at gun point. we know that the child in this case is not -- has not been identified because of her age and the child abuse charge. we'll continue to follow and keep you posted. the family has been offered
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counseling in the case. back to you. >> shayla reaves, thank you very much. that officer was in the right place at the right time. >> yeah. coming up on a wednesday, she was born a male, but this high school student is now blowing out the competition as a female athlete. is that fair? dr. keith ablow weighs in on the controversy. you're going to hear it next. hello. >> breaker, breaker. let's go back to 1992 and chris cross was topping the charts with "jump." ♪ be good. text mom. boys have been really good today. send. let's get mark his own cell phone. nice. send. brad could use a new bike. send. [google] message. you decide. they're your kids. why are you guys texting grandma?
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identifying as a girl as a young woman who took third place in a state's track meet in alaska. should that be allowed? let's talk to fox news medical a-team psychiatrist dr. keith ablow. good morning to you. >> good morning, steve. how are you? >> i'm doing okay. a lot of people are up in arms over this because it is just a fact -- when you talk physiology, men are stronger than women. so even though this woman was born a man, identifies now as a woman, she still has a man's body. >> well, yes. that person does have a man's body and you know what, steve, identity is not necessarily reality. what a person identifies as doesn't make it a fact. and i would say -- this is my medical opinion, other psychiatrists have different opinions, the folks who identify as a gender other than their own than their born gender, maleness or femaleness at birth, they
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haven't found themselves, but they lost themselves. >> what do you mean? >> what i mean is if your dna says you're female and your anatomy shows you're a female you're a female. and what we see is that because these identities which i would say are false, false identities, because they are being celebrated they're creeping into our culture and they're exploding the truth about many things we value. in other words, physiology. it's true, male athletes can often perform much more substantially than female athletes. but this identity irrational as it may be, explodes our truth as a culture. it changes our bathrooms. where we know for a fact that people with male anatogo to the. people with female anatomy, the lady's room. but the few people who i think have lost their true identity
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are breaking up the truth for the rest of us. it's a very big threat to our culture. >> well, it seems now people can identify with whatever they feel like, right? in this case the gender -- it wasn't that long ago we were talking about rachel doll asol, she identified as black. >> here's another thing, we value some colleges like to be women's colleges. but you know what, people are going there and they're transitioning to men. blowing up that value system. >> okay. >> we have to get ahold of this. it's very important and respecting people's feelings. >> dr. keith ablow with his prescription. thank you very much, sir. >> thanks, steve. what do you think about that, e-mail us at foxandfriends.com. donald trump is striking a much different tone with a scripted speech and a teleprompter like the one i'm looking at. >> i will never ever back down
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environmental justice to philadelphia, pennsylvania. >> the last major primaries of the season now behind us and donald trump sweeping up the final state, guy. >> that's right. even though the headline in "the new york post" says the first lady, take a look at that. not so simple on the democratic side. the a.p. just about 100 minutes ago called california finally for hillary clinton. >> now 101. now also won new jersey, new mexico and south dakota. bernie sanders who walked into this day, 23 states, notches victories in montana and north dakota. there's no quit in that guy. evidently the person who's pushing bernie sanders is his wife to keep fighting. >> he said he'll stay in all the way through july. >> and his supporters want to see that. all right. >> but he's cutting half of his staff so we have to see.
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we have fox team coverage of the final primaries. john roberts here in new york city and we'll start with leland vitters out in santa monica, california. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, ainsley, good morning, guys. specifically for this california ballot you'd have to think it's much more a loss for bernie sanders than it was a win for hillary clinton. she wanted it, but didn't necessarily need it for the nomination. and now that she's declared victory, made history, she is in what you might call unity mode. sanders, not so much. last night at his rally some of his folks were chanting things we cannot repeat here, still complaining about the fact that the a.p. called her the nominee before the voting took place yesterday. experts though are saying just these next eight weeks are extraordinarily critical for clinton not only so she can try to rest and get ready for the general election. but also as she's -- she needs right now to bring the party together.
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>> it is of course symbolic, but symbols mean something. i think it will be a real milestone with my nomination for our country, but it will also send a signal around the world. >> i am pretty good at arithmetic and i know that the fight in front of us is a very, very steep fight. but we will continue to fight for every vote, and every delegate we can get. >> so that's what sanders is saying. i'm staying in it. now let's look at what he is doing. a few data points. he's laying off more than half of his staff in the next week or so. he's also going to washington on thursday to meet with president obama. we know president obama is looking to get into this race, looking to make an endorsement. it will be almost impossible to imagine he is going to endorse sanders, so you could think that an oval office meeting might be a little uncomfortable there for senator sanders.
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guys? >> yeah. do you think? if he holds forth. thanks, leland. what could barack obama give him in the convention for the party? i mean, his big meeting should be with hillary clinton. >> because the approval rating is higher than hillary's or bernie's, he should put his endorsement behind him? >> what's going to happen on the oval office, we don't know. but in the meanwhile, trump inviting bernie sanders' supporters to stand with him. >> what a difference a teleprompter makes. many said he sounds presidential than ever. >> i don't want to go by ainsley's or steve's opinion, i want to see what john robert has to say. he gets to go in the revolving door and gets to pick out sunglasses and cologne. >> yeah, it opened up at 8:00 and we can use the bathroom and
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get coffee from the starbucks inside. i can't render an opinion as to whether or not it sounded presidential. i'm merely the casual observer. trump's appeal has been his unscripted nature. but also gotten him in trouble on occasion, most recently his comments about the judge overseeing trump university. so has he kicked the ball through the uprights last night for a five state conversion he was using a teleprompter last night to deliver the victory speech. promising skeptical republicans he's got this, he will seek party unity in the long term. here he is. >> now i know some people say i'm too much of a fighter. my preference is always peace, however. and i have shown that. i have shown that for a long time. i built an extraordinary business on relationships and deals that benefit all parties involved. always. my goal is always again to bring people together.
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>> reporter: but when it comes to the fight against hillary clinton, he is going to take it all the way. he previewed a little bit of that last night. also said he's going to give a major speech early next week, detailing what he believes all of the negative things that hillary clinton has attached to her and how people shouldn't vote for her as president. one of those things he believes is her foreign policy contrasting his with hers last night saying that he would be all about strengthening america and america's place in the world. here again is trump from last night. >> this is the opposite of hillary's foreign policy, which invaded libya, destabilized iraq. unleashed isis and threw syria into chaos and created the mass migration which is wreaking havoc all over the world. >> reporter: now donald trump doesn't appear to have a public schedule for at least the next couple of days but he'll be in d.c. on friday. then next week he starts to hit some of the battleground states. he also has to prepare for the
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convention now which is his next big event coming up on the 18th of july. and of course he's got to figure out who he wants to have as his running mate. a lot of news yet to come for the trump campaign. >> all right, john roberts, live outside the trump tower where we heard that starbucks is open and the bathroom is open. >> and you can order a taco bowl. >> that's right. it reminded me of a key moment of the speech when he said i understand what we accomplish, but there's a new face to the campaign. a lot of experts, the ed rollins of the world, the karl roves, joe trippis will say there's a total difference. you need a different pivot from when you get the nomination to after the nomination and the question is would there be a second act? i thought that was a way of saying i do have a second act. >> well, donald trump spoke at 9:00 last night and then hillary clinton was backstage and ready to come out and she was listening to donald trump's speech in the background. clearly on her mind.
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while she was reading her speech ahead of going out and talking to her folks. >> that's right. >> this is something she tweeted out. a picture she tweeted out. >> so we'll show you side by side how donald trump's been going after her for a while. she officially has pivoted now to take on donald trump. here they are head to head. >> we believe that we are stronger together and the stakes in this election are high. and the choice is clear. donald trump is temperamentally unfit to be president of the united states of america. >> we can't solve our problems by counting on the politicians who created our problems. the clintons have turned the politics of personal enrichment into an art form for themselves. hillary clinton turned the state department into her private hedge fund. >> see, now that was a brilliant line. private hedge fund because that reminds all the bernie sanders people who think about wall
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street and hedge funders and stuff like that and how it's rigged, essentially saying hey, as you said earlier in the program, bernie sanders people come over to my side. if he could get some of them, he'd be set. >> we have to see. a lot of people -- a lot of the bernie folks are going to donald trump because they don't like the establishment. >> they want something new. keep in mind, she has been in politics for 40 years. the last thing we need are more career politicians, people say, that helps him as well. >> bernie yesterday said vote for hillary, don't -- he was saying vote for hillary, don't vote for trump but yet he's still in the race. >> right. now we probably don't have to hold anything back. usually there's a dead period after the nominations are virtually done, after june 9th. i don't think there's any dead period. >> especially in the convention, this is unconventional. >> i'm getting that sense. it will be good to see bret baier sit down with hillary clinton. they'll speak again tonight. hillary clinton on with bret baier. >> we'll show you that tomorrow.
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>> absolutely. meanwhile, you need some headlines? we have them right here. heather, good morning. >> good morning, everybody. developing right now, a horrific story out of the midwest. a pickup truck plows through a group of cyclists, killing five of them and then the driver tried to run away on foot. this happened in kalamazoo, michigan. the truck just ran down that group from behind without warning, and this morning we have learned that two more people are in critical condition. the 50-year-old driver of the truck was eventually arrested and could be charged tomorrow. we'll let you know what that happens with this case. an egyptair flight is back this the air following a bomb threat overnight. that forced the beijing bound flight to land in uzbekistan. three hours after it took off from cairo. everyone was evacuated from that plane. egyptian officials said it was a hoax, but this comes less than a month after that egyptair flight 804 crashed into the
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mediterranean sea. terror has not been officially ruled out as a cause just yet. two f-16 fighter jets collided midair over georgia overnight. both of the pilots were able to safely eject before the planes came crashing down. both are expected to be okay. an investigation is under way to find out what happened. this comes after a similar situation took place just last week when a pilot had to eject himself from the thunderbird in colorado. that was after the ceremonial flyover for the air force academy's graduation that pilot wasn't hurt. and sanders supporters and staffers are outraged after the associated press calls the california primary early in favor of hillary clinton. well, naturally they took to some twitter with some funny results. jeff said, quote, the a.p. has called it for the warriors. game 3 and 4 need not be played. warriors are our champs. #california primary. ray says, quote rigged system, rigged results. i do not stand with hillary,
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#thank you, bernie. and this meme is tweeted, you used to e-mail me on my cell phone, #bernie hillary duets. and we got 99 problems but trump ain't one. #bernie hillary duets. back outside. >> thank you very much. that's a serious question people are going to be wondering. how many people after the a.p. declared hillary the winner even though she technically is not because the super delegates don't vote until the end of july, how many people did not vote yesterday in california or in new jersey or the other states holding try mares? >> i understand why bernie is outraged about this. they wanted to get the story. too early. coming up, donald trump striking a much different tone with the scripted speech off the prompter, for example. >> if i'm forced to fight for something, i really care about, i will never ever back down and our country will never ever back
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all right, big wins for hillary clinton and donald trump, and bernie sanders vows to stay in the race. what are the voters think? here is lee carter from maslansky & partners. welcome. trump said i'm a fighter, but i'm a guy that prefers peace. listen. >> some people say i'm too much of a fighter. my preference is always peace, however. and i have shown that. i have shown that for a long time. i have built an extraordinary business on relationships and deals that benefit all parties involved. always. my goal is always again to bring people together. but if i'm forced to fight for
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something, i really care about, i will never ever back down and our country will never ever back down. >> your analysis is? >> i think this is really surprising to me. republicans and independents too responded really well. "a" and a "b." democrats even followed along the highest i have seen democrats dial donald trump. based on his performance i was surprised at how well he did here and the voters said he did a great job. first time giving a speech off the teleprompter and he did a great job. >> yeah, he did a couple other speeches on prompter. i think one big arena. i thought it was interesting because he had the majority of the independent votes and he got a "b" here. donald trump listed the problems and how wants to solve them. >> our infrastructure is a disaster. our schools are failing. crime is rising. people are scared.
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the last thing we need is hillary clinton in the white house or an extension of the obama disaster. >> well, the -- you saw the blue line dip. >> you did. i mean, the democrats really hated it when he went after hillary clinton but they agreed that everything is a disaster which is contrary to the things we have been hearing so far. so that c minus. but independents and republicans gave it an "a." very surprising based on everything that's happened. >> and hillary clinton we have a sound bite from her, hillary clinton talking about her historical win and breaking through the glass ceiling last night. watch. >> don't let anyone tell you that great things can't happen in america. barriers can come down. justice and equality can win. our history has moved in that direction slowly at times, but unmistakably thanks to generations of americans who refused to give up or back down.
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now you are writing a new chapter of that story. this campaign is about making sure there are no ceilings, no limits on any of us. >> all right. democrats high. >> that was the highest i have ever seen democrats. this is a speech of her career for the them. gave it an "a," a-plus. independents and republicans again, c-minus. shocking because this was a positive message. >> democrats and republicans and independents give you an "a." thank you, lee. her story went from a book to the big screen into the movie, the hit movie "blindside." >> do you have any place to stay tonight? don't you dare lie to me. come on. >> and she's still sending messages like this, facebook posts saying america, toughen up. leigh anne tuohy is here live. in fact, she's with ainsley.
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we have some quick headlines for you. another zoo scare when a 60-pound leopard escape, forcing a lockdown. families hiding in a gift shop at the zoo which is in utah. zoo officials found that big cat napping on a beam just a few feet away from its enclosure. they did tranquilize it. everything is okay. florida police searching for hours after a massive alligator is spotted with a dead man in his mouth. >> what? >> they don't know if the alligator killed the man or if it just came across the body and then snatched it up. they're not sure at this point.
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well, wildlife officials are forced to shoot that gator. that happened last night. police are trying to figure out, brian, who that guy is and how he died. look at this. a shark takes a massive bite out of a surfboard and the surfer has the pictures to prove it. he was about to catch a wave on sollie beach in south carolina, right outside of charleston when the eight foot shark took aim at his board knocking him into the water before swimming off. lots of surfers there, be careful. hillary clinton setting her sights on the white house after becoming her party's presumptive nominee. but many gun owners are worried about a clinton presidency. after she made these recent comments on gun regulation. >> do you believe that their conclusion that an individual's right to bear arms is a constitutional right? >> if it is a constitutional right, then it like every other constitutional right is subject to reasonable regulation. >> all right. the ambulance goes down the
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street. bringing in our next guest. >> yeah. leigh anne tuohy, the real life mom and inspiration behind sandra bullock's character in "blindside." she's gun owner herself and she is here to react. >> you have sharks biting -- we need something happy. i'm with taco bell, we're doing happy stuff. >> we'll get to that in a second. it looks like we made history, hillary clinton is the first woman to top a ticket in a major party. but as a gun owner are you worried as some commentators had suggested and some of the things she has said in the past that she's going to get your guns? >> i'm not worried about that. my two choices i'm not sure if "a" or "b" which box i want to check. i think i'll be the write-in candidate. it's t-u-o-h-y, spell it right.
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>> wow. ainsley was blind sided by that. >> well, ainsley and i can do just as well as the other options. >> okay. >> there you go. >> speaking of options you're shopping -- was it yesterday you were shopping? >> i come to new york to shop. how great is that? >> happy news. >> who's carrying the bags? >> that's my baby, sean tuohy, 34 years old sunday. >> celebrating here in new york, he's carrying your bags. took you shopping. >> he took me shopping, he paid, he carried. i love him. he's the best. >> well, people that know you, they know you care about people who need help. and this really jumped out at us. black students are nearly four times as likely to be suspended as white students and two times as likely to be expelled that's going on on in the urban areas in this country. what can we do? >> well, it's dark at the home, two parent family. on and on. education.
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giving kid -- getting kids educated when they're young. that's why we're up here, between taco bell and the foundation and we're giving away scholarships at times square because we believe that, you know, you can give academic and athletic scholarships. these are passion scholarships. kids that want to learn sign language or want to become the next best writer. they're not maybe your athlete or academic person, but that's who taco bell is. all kids deserve a future so we're doing to present scholarships to kids that have come to us and said there's a need. there's 600,000 kids who have pledged to graduate. we need to make sure kids are in school. if they're graduating and that they're getting structure. >> i didn't know you're doing that. we go through the drive-thru, buy a taco or the great cinnamon sticks that we love, some of the money -- what do they call them? cinnamon --
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>> they're the best. >> some of the money we give, goes to scholarships? >> yes, it does. taco bell does a great job. they believe in the generation. we have to provide for this next generation. they're our leader, they're the future presidential candidates so taco bell is really investing in the future for the next generation. >> we were looking at your facebook and we saw a meme you posted. it said this. we'll put it up. all god has done for you and you still complain? >> so many of us complain. i want her straight hair, she wants my curly hair. some people have no hair. short people want to be tall, tall people want to be short. we need to learn to be grateful. so many people don't have just clean water to drink. clean air to breathe. we take so much for granted in this country. >> right. >> and, you know, i'm still going to beat the drum because there's kids that want a forever family, kids want to be loved. we can make a difference. you and i can go and adopt six
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kids, you can drive through taco bell to make a donation. >> whatever it takes. leigh anne, here's the other thing, the family is not intact what can you do? we can't wait for the family to get intact. >> there's no waiting. you have to do something with what you've got, brighten your spot and make a difference. that is -- you know, everybody was born with the ability to make some kind of difference in someone's life. step up and do it. you know, you hear about the shark bite. we have to start taking risks. we kind of have yellow streaks on our back in this country. get on up and take a risk. because look, from where we have been the risks -- they're far greater than anything we ever anticipated. get out of your comfort zone. get off main street and make a difference. >> thank you. you're a good role model. >> drive through taco bell. >> absolutely. >> leigh anne, good luck running for president. >> ainsley? on the ticket. >> you're crazy. coming up, bernie sanders, just won't give up. so is it time for the bern to get out?
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i'm going to hit the streets to find out. right about now. >> "dooce on the loose," get scared. a stranger is trying to kidnap a girl in the middle of a busy store. look at that, leigh anne, her mom desperately trying to stop him. who was there to save the day? >> i think you should join steve out there. and this story, well, guns n' roses axl rose is in the middle of a massive cover-up. what is he trying to hide behind that head band? real is touching a ray.
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[ applause ] hillary was so excited when she found out that she asked her staff to schedule 15 seconds of smiling. isn't that -- you know? >> he is hilarious. he's such a funny guy. >> so accurate. steve is out on the street right now. i have no idea what street. should bernie sanders get out of this race? after all, the arithmetic says he can't win, steve. >> brian, that's the question i'm right in front of the jimmy fallon show, "the tonight show," 30 rock right there. we have bernie sanders, the cutout right here. the big question is, should he go ahead -- hold on, guy, with the camera phone. what's your name? >> mark. >> bernie sanders, apparently he -- >> i'm face timing with my girlfriend right now. we're on tv. >> ask your girlfriend if bernie sanders should drop out? >> do you think bernie sanders should drop out? definitely not, never. >> why not?
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>> the thing i want to say about hillary i can't say on tv. >> why not? >> because it begins with an "f" and ends with an "k." >> okay. you have to go. >> you're not talking to any imaginary people on the iphone? >> no, i'm not. >> what do you think of bernie sanders? he refuses to drop out. >> i think it's a good deal. have him stay in. >> why? >> make it easier for trump. >> oh, you're a -- on the trump train? >> yes. oh, nice talking to you. >> what do you think? >> i think bernie should go. >> why? >> he's been at it too long we should need to move on. for the republican party, move on and -- >> are you a republican? >> yes. >> well, then you would want him to stay in as long as possible to blow her up. >> well, that's true, but i think it's enough. >> okay. very good. let's talk to this young man right here. so many young people love bernie sanders. why? >> i think he should stay in. >> why? >> take votes from hillary.
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>> okay. are you a young republican too? >> yes, sir. >> look at that. that's -- as a lovely parting gift, would you like bernie on a stick? >> i'd like bernie on a stick. >> you can have it. >> bernie on a stick! >> ainsley and brian, back to you. >> everyone knows, you have to get everything on a stick. always a good thing. >> exactly. always -- it's always fair. >> come on back. >> if steve -- if he can get in two blocks in two minutes, bernie sanders is set to meet with president obama tomorrow. what do you know about that? >> yes, the plan is for bernie sanders to come here to the white house tomorrow to meet with president obama. now, the white house says this meeting is at sanders' request and the agenda is essentially what happens next? or as the white house officially puts it, this meeting is about, quote, how to build on the extraordinary work senator
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sanders has done to engage millions of democratic voters and how to build on that enthusiasm in the weeks and months ahead. both the president and hillary clinton called sanders in his hotel room and listen to how he characterized his conversation. >> tonight, i had a very kind call from president obama and i look forward to working with him to make sure that we move this country forward. and tonight, i had a very gracious call from secretary clinton and congratulated her on her victories tonight. >> reporter: now at the moment there are no plans for sanders and clinton to meet. though clinton did tell abc news yesterday that she's working on it. >> do you think it's time for a meeting with senator sanders? >> well, i'm certainly reaching out. our campaigns are talking to one ootsdz. i want to unify the party. >> reporter: and so does president obama. by all accounts, he is itching to get out on the campaign trail and take on trump.
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in fact, the white house communications director said they're actively planning how quest to use him and when it's time. he'll go out with quote guns blazing. but first, he has to formally endorse his former secretary of state, hillary clinton, and that could come as early as the end of the week. brian and ainsley? >> all right, thank you. let's go inside to heather. >> good morning, ainsley, and brian to you as well. we start with an absolutely horrifying piece of video out of florida. a mother was forced into the tug of war to save her 13-year-old daughter. watch this, from a would-be kidnapper. watch as the man drags her through the busy dollar general store in broad daylight. before he gave up and ran out of that store. the mom chased right behind the guy. and you won't believe this, an off duty officer happened to see this unfold, blocks the car, blocks the man with his car and then ends up arresting him. thank goodness he was there to do that. craig bonello faces kidnapping
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and child abuse charges and still no word on why he was trying to take that teenage girl but glad she is okay. another story that is hard to believe. a yoga instructor is now facing murder charges. accused of intentionally driving off a 200 foot cliff with her car in order to kill her identical twin sister. witnesses say that the two sisters were fighting and pulling each other's hair and that's when allison sped up the car and drove in the rock wall and then off a cliff in hawaii. well, ann was in the passenger seat, she was killed upon impact. allison was airlifted to the hospital. police later arrested her after she tried to get on a flight from hawaii to new york. they believe she was trying to flee the country. the pair full of past troubles. they're accused of being scammers, randomly disappearing in the past. closing down a yoga studio without paying their employees and then they filed for bankruptcy before moving to hawaii and then changed their names. this is a beautiful story we
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had to share and it shows and proves that every single life is a blessing. a mother wrote a powerful message to the doctor who told her to have an abortion because her baby had down syndrome and now she's inspiring parents all around the world. quote, you were very wrong, she's given us a purpose and a joy that's impossible to express. my prayer is that no other mommy would have to go through what i did. my prayer is you'll see the true beauty and pure love with every sonogr sonogram. well, courtney baker and her daughter will be here tomorrow on "fox & friends." for some rockers image is everything. ♪ ♪ welcome to the jungle, we've got fun and games ♪ ♪ we've got everything you want ♪ >> well, guns n' roses front man axl rose in a beef with the internet over the 2010 photo of him on stage. he wants google to take it down because he says it's fat
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shaming. well, the picture inspiring memes of a song like welcome to the jungle we've got tons of cake and take me down to the bakery city. where the pies have cream and the cakes are tasty. those are your headlines. all right, gang. >> hey, we all change when we get older. >> looks like it. >> thanks, heather. over the next 19 minutes let the battle between hillary clinton and donald trump truly begin. >> the clintons have turned the politics of personal enrichment into an art form for themselves. >> donald trump is temperamentally unfit to be president and commander in chief. >> so is that what we can expect for the rest of the election cycle? is that a good thing? peter johnson jr. is here to explain. and he's wearing a suit. oh hank, you look red. are you sunburned?
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i'm going to be your champion. i'm going to be america's champion. >> and as your president, i will always have your back. >> the clintons have turned the politics of personal enrichment into an art form for themselves. >> donald trump is temperamentally unfit to be president of the united states of america. >> well, there you have the two presumptive nominees making their case last night. donald trump and hillary clinton each vowing to do their best for the country. while at the same time, calling each other the very worst of candidates. is that the kind of street fight
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voters deserve from their presumptive nominees? let's talk to fox news analyst peter johnson jr. he covers law. he covers politics. he covers it all. >> covers the water front. listen, people deserve a fight, they deserves a robust, all out fight for america's future. but is it going to be about character? is it going to be about conspiracy? because there's a conspiratorial nature in politics. we see conspiracies everywhere. hillary clinton going to concoct conspiracies about trump and trump is going to talk about their record about the so-called clinton cash. but you're right. is this the question, do we deserve more as voters in terms of an explanation of the issues? what's the program what are you going to go? or are we relying on the cult of personality, hillary being the
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first woman, getting the nomination or trump as the incredibly charismatic figure who is lighting both parties on fire? what will come out of that? well, hillary clinton needs to bang away at donald trump. donald trump needs to bang away at hillary clinton. but at the same time, donald trump needs to say as he said last night, i will be an inclusive president. he talked about african-americans in a way that we haven't heard before. he talked about bringing people together in a way that we haven't heard before. he needs to do that to respond to the hillary clinton accusation that somehow he's misogynistic, racist and the like. >> so going forward now, it will be a mud fight between the two of them. >> brutal election in american history. the most brutal and brutalizing election in american history. >> you look four and eight years ago, they were muddy too. >> no, not muddy. >> not compared to this? >> i heard some comments,
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hillary clinton will take a rest. there's no rest for anyone in this race. and the american people don't want them to rest. they need to be tested. they need to be tested in this battle. they need to attack each other. they need to attack each other with ideas, most importantly. let's see what happens as its goes forward. but this will be the most incredible ride in terms of our american history. >> gives us plenty to talk about every morning. >> incredible. >> peter, thank you. coming up, put on your shopping shoes. under this cloth right here are the very best things to buy during the month of june. the big reveal coming up next. but first let's check in with martha maccallum who is currently 12 floors above where i'm standing. martha? >> very true. good morning, steve. i can't wait do see what's under the big cloth. so the race is is on, first woman nominee for president. and there's a fierce battle
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with graduation ceremonies and father's day on the horizon, june can quickly tune into a very expensive month for us. but our expert is here and she's done the bargain hunting for all of us. so we don't have to. we can just listen to you. >> yes, exactly. >> good to see you again. >> good to see you. let's start with lingerie and lululemon workouts. >> yeah. june is a great time to upgrade your lingerie and workout clothes.
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the good news, you can get these at bluefly .com. they have great designers, more than 2,500, you can get lingerie and fitness apparel and shoes. >> we need to wear these to wear this. >> they have fun colors for the summer. great time to upgrade. >> great. >> speaking of deals i want to tell you about a free app called retailmenot. this depending on where you are at that moment it tells you what deals are around you. it's got a geosensing technology. for example, if you're near macy's you might get a deal there. take the app to the counter. retailmenot app. >> great. the bar code comes up for macy's. >> shopping anybody that you might be that has a deal. >> what about pots and pans? >> june is great time to stock
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cleveland. and then the next week we're going to cover the democrats in the beautiful city of brotherly love, philadelphia. >> looking forward to that at the end of the july. >> a lot of great features. don't forget the "after the show show." bill: and then there were two. two standing after a long, bruising campaign season. bernie sanders refuses to back down as we say good morning after a late night last night. i'm bill hemmer. martha: good morning. good to see you. been a long time. several hours at least. hillary clinton make a declaration of victory. she became the first woman to clinch the party's presidential nomination. >> thanks to you, we reached a

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