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[national anthem] ♪ good morning, it is saturday, the 11th of june, 2016. i'm anna kooiman and this is a fox news alert. breaking overnight, chaos at a nightclub as a young singer gets gunned down in her prime right outside her concert. the victim a contestant on the hit show "the voice" the late breaking details straight ahead. >> and then the presidential race a war of words between hillary clinton and donald trump. here is some of it. >> i want to run against her badly, but it's really unfair -- no, it's really unfair to other people. it's so unfair to other people who did 10% of what she did and they ended up
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destroying their lives. >> make america great again. that is code for let's take america backwards. >> huh, so the battle is joined. who won? we have the very latest in a live report straight from washington coming up. >> this teenager was told to create a photo that expressed who he is for a class project. sorry, patriots, apparently being a gun toting, flag-waiving -- weaving american, it just isn't acceptable. i'm here is anna and tucker and you are stuck with me. mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪ ♪ i hear the crowd running ♪ every word i knew, honey. >> who says new yorkers don't know how to fire up the grill? it's the annual big apple barbecue in new york city. they are set up on our plaza to bring you a preview. i'm from north carolina.
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we have texas barbecue, tennessee barbecue. can new york compete? we'll find out. >> a little oasis of america in midtown. bring the rest of the country troy new york. >> to feed the masses. >> i was walking up the stairs and you could smell it. i almost walked up i'm out. >> they rang the bell and you salivated. >> who needs perfume whether you have barbecue blue smoke outside. >> we are live from the belmont racetrack. belmont stakes, that's a major horse race. rick is there, i think. >> we will be checking in with him in about 10 minutes or so. >> it is saturday morning. we have pete hegseth on the couch. >> glad to be here. >> we are psyched. hillary clinton and donald trump ready for battle. >> jumping into general election mode and already ramping up their war of words. >> donald trump would take us in the wrong direction on so many issues we care about. >> and hillary clinton doesn't want you to have
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guns, and she wants to take your guns away. >> garrett tenney is live from washington with the latest. garrett, what do you have for us? >> well, good morning to y'all. the two candidates delivered plenty of red meat yesterday in dueling addresses in d.c. at a national conference for planned parenthood hillary clinton delivered her first speech as the presumptive democratic nominee and continued her attacks on donald trump over women's issues, warning the crowd that trump wanted to take america back to a time when women had less opportunity. >> we're in the middle of a concerted, persistent assault on women's health across our country. and we have to ask ourselves and you have to ask everyone you come in contact with: do we want to put our health, our lives, our future in donald trump's hands? >> on the other side of town, donald trump was headlining a summit for the faith and freedom coalition
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in trying to solidify his standing with evangelicals, stressing the importance of families and the sanctity of life. the presumptive republican nominee also launched multiple attacks on hillary clinton going after her for her own issues including her email scandal as well as her foreign policy positions. >> we have hillary clinton, she won't issue the term radical islamic terrorism. she won't say it. she won't say it. you know why she won't say it? because she doesn't want to offend obama because she doesn't want to go to jail. >> trump also held a rally in richmond, virginia late yesterday and, again, there were protesters waiting there. outside there were some scuffles between trump supporters and the demonstrators and when police officers stepped in to pull the rally goers out, they became the targets as well. police say at least five people were arrested. >> tucker? >> garrett tenney live from
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washington, thanks, garrett. it's hard to believe hillary clinton stand in front of a planned parenthood sign. talk about morally repulsive. imagine after those videos come out you go speak to planned parenthood. i have talked to almost everybody, nobody would do >> they gave her a million dollars. >> a perfect clarification of the stakes of the race. hillary clinton standing in front of the planned parenthood sign and donald trump with the faith and family -- those are the stakes, ultimately. there is a lot of people wringing their hands frustrated who the candidates are. ultimately it comes down you believe in founding principles as a nation or believe on abortion on demand. this is the debate. >> hillary clinton capitalizing on her gender, right? her slogan i'm with her. the president, even, when he endorsed her saying the same thing, i'm with her. and this highlights the contrast between herself and donald trump. she is going to continue between now and november to
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paint herself as a champion for women and saying that donald trump is not. >> champion for women. not if you are stabbing in fronts of a planned parenthood sign. the race has been about race the last couple of weeks you may have noticed. donald trump took on that directly in a speech last night. here's what he said. >> we will work together to build and restore and lift up everyone, not a certain group, everyone. the whole country. freedom of any kind means no one should be judged by their race or their color and the color of their skin should not be judged that way. >> you know, i have the theme "make america great again." and i've added a couple of things. i'm adding make america great -- right now, i'm adding it make america great again i'm adding for everyone. because it's really going to be for everyone. not going to be for a group of people. it's going to be for everyone. [cheers] >> true. >> i'm the least racist
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person. the least racist person have you ever seen. i mean, give me a break. >> do we need to change the hats add for everyone underneath. tucker, he has obviously been criticized. under siege for the race comments. teleprompter, new tone, is this going to stick? >> the whole thing with the judge and trump university, all that and his comments about his mexican heritage and not being fit to oversee that case, it's gotten him off message. one thing that is better about him than hillary clinton according to the polls is the way that americans think he would handle the economy. he got off message this past week dealing with that and, actually, coming up, we're going to be talking to herman cain. he is on in the 7:00 a.m. hour on how he thinks donald trump needs to be handling these issues. >> she said some ugly and dumb things i'm not going to defend. maybe the upside would be actual conversation about
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race in america. the president is always saying let's have a real conversation. no one really does. should the u.s. government be in the business of discriminating on the race of business. it does, of course, extensively, aggressively without shame. is that a good idea or not? no one talks about it. you are allow to do talk about it maybe this will begin an honest conversation about it. >> for the longest time the left has always talked in the terms of race whereas on the right if you talk about race at all you are racist. how you talk about it is extremely important. >> sure. >> factor in hiring and contracting college admissions. is that a good thing or not? let's have an honest conversation for once. let's try that. >> we will have an honest conversation all morning here. >> amen. >> three more hours. three and a half hours more. right now we need to get straight to your head lions. we start with a fox news alert. a contestant on the voice shot outside her orlando concert overnight has died. kristin that was signing autographs outside a concert when a man walked up and
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shot her. he then killed himself. she rushed to the hospital where she later passed away. no word on the connection to the singer. she started singing and performing on youtube before singing on season six of the voice where she finished in third place. shakira was a judge on the time and she tweeted her condolences. we will always remember that girl who got four chairs turned. awful, gosh: an officer opens fire on a man said to be arnold with rocks -- armed with rocks. [gunfire] the ordeal unfolded after sean diamond started attacking his ex-girlfriend's car with a traffic cone before turning to rocks. that's when officers tried to stop them. diamond told them to shoot. he charged toward them and officer was force to do open fire on the man. diamond had just been released from jail for another incident involving ex-girlfriend.
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she was dropping him off at the airport to fly to maryland. he is in stable condition this morning. thousands line the streets to louisville, kentucky to say goodbye to the greatest, muhammad ali. a mix of athletes and celebrities carrying his caskets to final resting place in hometown followed by eulogies of more than 15,000 people. >> never wasting a day. feeling sorry for himself that he had parkison's. >> he was funny. he was beautiful. he was the most perfect athlete you ever saw, and those were his own words. [ laughter ] >> laughing threw the tears there. muhammad ali passed away at the age of 74 after more than three decade long battle with parkison's disease. and those are your headlines. >> okay. that was funny. >> that was good. >> and true. speaking of funny and true. rick reichmuth outside the
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belmont stakes? belmont, new york, good morning, rick cialght good morning, guys. today is the third and final leg in the triple crown and that running is here at the belmont track could not have a more beautiful day for it at least to start out. maybe not the case later on. we do have some showers coming through. talk the weather. look at the weather map and show you what's going on. belmont stakes today a lot of people coming out here and enjoying what is a beautiful day there are some storms in the way that are going to be coming this direction. we could be looking at a thunderstorm or two throughout the afternoon possibly around race time. here are your temps across the country as you are waking up. notice the central part of the country still incredibly warm. a week of very warm temps on tap for a lot of the country really. a warm trend we go through. here is a look at the satellite and radar picture. few more showers down across parts of florida. here is that line of storms i'm talking about moving in across the great lakes and headed towards the coastal areas. we could be looking at some severe weather this afternoon places like philadelphia into new york and up towards hartford,
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connecticut. a lot of people watching a long strong line of wind with these storms coming through and even a tornado possible as well. in across areas of far northern montana looking at the threat for some severe weather later on today as well. let's talk temperatures. it's really hot out there in the central part of the country. we will see some readings around 100 degrees in across areas of nebraska. anywhere to the as you tell of that where it's hot it's also going to be humid. maybe a few pop-up thunderstorms. tomorrow we cool down a couple degrees. the trend is with us for very warm temperatures, guys. a lot of people need to be taking care of the elderly, watching the electric bill. going to be a big deal this week. summer is finally here. >> we know it's warm but who is your money on today at the track? >> oh, i will tell that you coming up in the next half hour. [ laughter ] >> how about getting a straw hat for us. >> betting tips with rick. >> they haven't given me those props yet. >> go get them: coming up,
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jobs for every american who wants to work. [cheers] >> you can do it. >> we know a little bit about how to do this because, you know, the economy always does better when there's a democrat in the white house. [cheers and applause] >> yep, it's that simple. and, yet, here are the numbers. reports show that president obama's economic growth is lower than the republican average. so what exactly is she talking about? here to tell success an actual economist from the university of maryland. former chief economist for the united states international trade commission. our friend peter morici. great to see you, peter. she makes it simple for us. growing the economy is not a matter of more productivity or higher wages, it's just vote for a democrat. is that true? >> well, that's absolutely and patently false. this is a woman who is just making it up. you can't believe anything she says. during the reagan years, the economy grew at 4.7% during his recovery for mr. obama it's been 2.1. reagan increased the number
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of people employed by 22%. obama 11%. real incomes of families rose nearly $5,000 during the reagan years. they're down $1,600 for president obama. >> so let's compare. you mentioned the value of people's holdings, household median income in 2000, here are the actual numbers 57,342 and 201657263. pretty much identical. >> well, i wasted my data on the census bureau analysis of household income. it's published through 2014. and it's down $1,600. for african-americans it's down $2,200. but there are other indicators as well. home ownership, 48 year low. drug abuse and things of that nature are rising dramatically. suicides are rising.
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the middle class is shrinking. to say that this economy is better today than it was when mr. obama took office is absolutely absurd to. say it's better than it was, for example, during reagan's time is absolutely absurd. you know, we can compare every democrat -- every republican to jimmy carter and make the kind of statement she makes, that's absurd. >> of course. it's a silly generalization that normal people scoff at. unemployment, uble key measure of not only the economy but of the country. here is a number that's distressing. 14,179,000 more americans are not in the workforce since the beginning of the obama administration january 2009. that's 15% increase of people not working. >> well, if you look at the unemployment rate and you adjust it for the number of people that have dropped out so that the adult participation rate was the same here today as it was 10 years ago, then the unemployment rate would be over 9%.
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mr. obama's most effective jobs program is to convince people not to look for a job. we have 7 million men between the ages of 25 and 54 too old for college, too young to retire who no longer even look for work. that's a terrible situation. and, by the way the "new york times" annualized it, they are not home watching kids. >> that's the story of the decades. that's one of the reason life expectancy in groups have been dropping. if you listen to hillary clinton it's all about empowering women. we have a crisis among men, work crisis in this country and no one ever mentions it. why is that? >> we have he had carriage system that absolutely discriminates against males. high school dropout men for boys is much higher than it is for girls. >> exactly. >> university grants 60% of diplomas these days colleges and universities to women and only 40% to men. if it was reversed she would be screaming about discrimination. >> and rightly so. peter morici, thanks a lot for that always bringing in facts that are not in common
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circulation. we appreciate it. >> take care. >> coming up next, you have seen this terrifying surveillance video, a mother fights off a stranger trying to kidnap her daughter in a busy store. we will tell you how to prevent this from happening. stay tuned. ♪ if time is infinite, why is ta john deere 1 family tractor can give you more time for what you love. because with our quick-attach features,
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and announcing it will be bought by the media company ziff davis. this after a judge ordered gawker to pay $140 million to hulk hogan for posting a sex tape of the wrestler. in the suit hogan claimed he had no idea he was being filmed. anna, over to you. >> we showed you this terrifying surveillance video a florida man trying to kidnap a 14-year-old girl from a busy store. luckily that girl's gutsy mom and off duty deputy fought back. what if you and your child were in a similar situation? would you know what to do? here is some potentially life saving lessons your family needs to know is retired defense expert. steve cardian. [cell phone ringing] >> you are the manual of the hour with your cell phone going off. and his lovely assistant. >> we are looking at the aisle and things around the shelves. >> or looking at our phone. >> or you are on your cell phone. what we need to do is be
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more aware of our surroundings. the predator was not stalking, -- not shopping he was stalking. if the mom had would have seen his behavior she would thought something is not right with that guy. preindicator. he went like this and walked over and he attacked and grabbed the girl. >> if you see somebody put their hand on the back of their head, they might not just be. >> it's more or less like, you know, is he looking around and, boom, then he attacks. >> that's something to look out for. we need to survey the situation. and use our voice, right? that's the first thing. >> you want to be verbal, by being verbal, by yelling, by screaming, number one, you are attracting attention, you are letting people know that something is going on. you can never count on somebody coming to your aid, however, the bad guy doesn't know that attract attention, cause alarm, go to people. stay with people. >> it's a lot harder for an abductor to take a child or even an adult if they are on the ground and kicking and screaming you say. >> you never want to be taken from point a to point
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b. if she is taken outside of that store, the incidence of something really horrible happening to her increases dramatically. >> all right. let's go through one of thiessen narrows and get us out of it. >> sure. okay. if, as the predator did, let me borrow liz for a quick second he being s. going to grab her. she is going to sit in right underneath me and she is actually going to kick up into my groin, into my face and that's going to harm me. so, by dropping to the ground you get your children is having a tantrum and try to move from point a room to room. >> you are the abductor and she is my child and i'm trying to save her, what do die in that scenario? >> sure. if i was going to grab her and pull her, seat belt, go over her shoulder and under her arm. >> over this shoulder. >> yep, over that shoulder and under the arm make a gable grip. strongest grip. >> hold. >> drik will? >> like you are making
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meatballs, pull her to your chest and drop her down to the ground. it's very hard for the boast of us to pull the both of you. >> you would have alert of the some people around glunchts right. the other thing you could do if i'm grabbing her and in between us go right for my eyes, hands go up to my face and go right to my eyes and, boom. i will let go. >> this spot? >> predictable that he will let go. >> thank you so much. >> my pleasure. >> could save lives there tucker over to you. >> thanks a million, anna. democrats don't like it when donald trump says. this. >> we're going to build a wall. it's going to be a great wall. [cheers] >> it's going to be a great, great wall. >> that's just offensive. and, yet, guess who intilding with a wall now in the democratic party. we'll explain where they're doing it coming up. >> plus, this teenager was told to create a photo expressing who he is. pretty awesome photo, actually, for a class project. sorry patriots though
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the obama administration wants criminals to get into college. they are asking universities to applications to focus less on criminal background. often stop people who served time in prison from getting education that should not be a criterion. some gender reassignment surgery to insurance plan. saying it creates more inclusive requirement for transitioning students. opponents say it's part of the liberal agenda of university. pete hegseth. >> called trump supporters crazy. >> liberals, not conservatives are psychotics. >> political science even published a correction to a 2012 paper citing conservatives as being the ones more likely to be a bit off their rockers. >> how can being psychotic influence your political
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beliefs and visa versa. dr. keith ablow fox medical a team joins to us set things straight. good morning, doctor. >> good morning. >> this journal told us being conservative makes you more likely to be a nut. now they are reversing it entirely? can we believe any of this? >> remarkable, isn't it? can we believe any of it? probably we should take it to some extent with the grain of salt. but i have to tell you, the main conclusion and psychoticism which is the journalism authoritarian and risk-taking not like hearing voices or seeing things. not true psychotic behavior, but this kind of authoritarianism and risk-taking behavior, they said that authoritarianism is conservative. now they are about face. someone monkeyed with the conclusions because it shows the opposite. liberals want central authority. they want authority to reside in the strong central
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power. i have been saying this for a long time. i think, in fact, that real liberals may well have had events transpire in their lives that leads them to distrust themselves and other individuals a, therefore, they to put authority in the government and what's the other thing they do? they tend to be more risk-taking. so have lots of fun, maybe use more drugs, but when it comes time for authority and control, put it in the vault of a central authority and surrender the other kinds of power. this study backs that up. >> dr. ablow, let's go to the very beginning, the root. political belief system, do they come from, you know, genetics? do they come from our environment? do they come from the people that we have grown up around? where do our political believes come from? >> >> you know what? it's probably all of that. that's probably the truth. i really believe, i have always been a great student
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of the life story. i think the things you live through shape you. and if you have been disappointed gravely by a parent, by an event beyond your control, trauma, my guess is that very often what you are going to say is i don't trust anybody. i don't believe anyone should be the captain of his or her ownership. let's put all that power with the naval command, namely the state and so, you know, i guess if a true liberal came to me and said do you think you could help me just knowing that? i would say look, you know, let's dig a little deeper. i wonder whether you trust people as individuals and whether you trust yourself. >> doctor, let me get to the root of this study itself. you have looked at a lot of studies. so in 2012 the study says it's liberals. now they have said oops, just a mistake, it's actually conservatives. how does that happen in a study like that? how does it completely flip in the other direction? >> you know, it's going to be conscious or unconscience
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bice. people looking at data, if they are hell bent to coming to a particular conclusion because they very much want a particular headline, no pun intended headline, then you know what? they may well announce hey, look, conservative, they have got all these problems. well, you know, a more austere objective look at the data has revealed that it isn't the case that in fact these qualities track along with liberal political thinking doesn't make liberal psychotic like hearing voices. it does make you wonder could it be that in fact, they aren't trusting of individual autonomy? well, that would be no surprise, would it? >> it's enough to shake your faith in some of these studies, i have got to say. >> absolutely. we shouldn't have blind faith in them at all. >> yeah. that's obvious. great to see you, doctor. thanks for that. >> all right, man. take care. >> next on the rundown, the general election fight between hillary clinton and donald trump gets off to a very fiery start.
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>> hillary clinton wants to raise your taxes substantially. i'm lowering your taxes. >> make america great again. that is code for let's take america backwards. >> huh. what to make of all of this. former presidential candidate herman cain joins us in a moment to unravel it all. >> don't miss that then, are are you about to head out on summer road trip. be car something that puts your favorite app. under your dashboard. how about that one for fox news? ♪ cars ♪ before i had the shooting, burning of diabetic nerve pain, these feet learned the horn from my dad and played gigs from new york to miami.
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inside of this is second-to-none. meaning long road trips. tired, not paying attention. >> intelli safe technology. if the car in front of the car in front of is you stopped it will show you. it has evolved. get in and look this is car play from apple. this is a technology that everybody is buzzing about. whatever new car you get at this point and if you are an apple fan you want to get into car play. this is what's on your iphone what you use there and basically exports it into your vehicle. >> it does also like books on tape and let's say we want to do put in a travel journal like where we are going on a road trip. it would would be all integrated inside of that. tap it and then boom get into interface. >> like the apps on your phone. >> exactly it is actually talking with your phone so that your eyes stay on the road. >> tech is part of it. you know you have got to have other things on the
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friends, good morning, it's the 11th of june. breaking overnight. a rising star is gunned down while signing autographs after her concert. the victim, a former contestant on the show, the voice. the latest details in moments. >> and then the presidential race is in full swing. a war of words between hillary clinton and donald trump. >> donald trump would take us in the wrong direction on so many issues we care about. >> and hillary clinton doesn't want you to have guns. and she wants to take your guns away. >> the first battle of many in this general election. we have got a live report straight from washington
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coming up. >> then a story that will make you proud to be an american. a world war ii veteran with no family gets a final sendoff with hundreds in attendance. all of them the complete strangers. the woman who organized that final salute. that is america and mornings are better with you, our friends. ♪ ♪ good morning, everyone. we want to get right to this fox news alert. a former contestant on "the voice" shot outside of her orlando concert overnight has died. christina grimmie was signing autographs outside a concert venue last night when a man walked up and shot her. the brother tackled the suspect who then killed himself. grimmie was rushed to the hospital where she later passed away. no word yet on the shooter's motive or connection to the singer. 22-year-old grimmie started singing and performing on youtube before competing on season six of the show "the
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voice" where she finished in third place. shakira was a judge on the show at the time and she tweeted her condolences saying. this we will always remember that girl who got four chairs turned. and panic at a texas airport after an officer opens on a man said to be armed with rocks. [gunfire] >> the ordeal unfolded after sean diamond started attacking his ex-girlfriend's car with a traffic cone and then began using rocks. when officers tried to stop him, diamond told them to shoot. he then charged toward them and an officer then opened fire on the man. diamond had just been released from jail for another incident involving his ex-girlfriend. she was dropping him off at the airport to fly home to maryland. he is in stable condition this morning. and thousands line the streets of louisville, kentucky for one final goodbye to the greatest. muhammad ali. a mix of athletes and celebrities carrying his
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casket to its final resting place in his hometown followed guy by eulogies in front of 15,000 people. >> never wasting a day that the rest of us could see anyway. feeling foresorry for himself that he had parkison's. >> he was funny. he was beautiful. he was the most perfect athlete you ever saw and those were his own words. [ laughter ] >> muhammad ali passed away at the age of 74 after more than three decade long battle with parkinson's. and the golden state warriors just one win away from being back-to-back champions. seth curry putting 38 points in the bank topping the cleefd cavaliers taking 3-1 series lead. lebron james and cavs facing elimination monday night. >> yes, they are. seth curry showing why he is the mvp. just saying. i watched that game last
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night. >> belmont stakes are in belmont, new york. rick reichmuth is there live with the horses. good morning, rick. >> good morning, guys, belmont in elmont. that's the strange thing about this race. confused me. there slooft weather going on. a the love heat out there for so many people in the country. in fact, as we move forward in the next couple of weeks i will tell that you most of the country is going to be looking at above average temperatures just preview of had what's to come. already started. take a look at the maps. show you what's going on. very high temperatures across the stall part of the country. take a look at that when you see rapid city, you are over 100 today. omaha flirting with 100. all kinds of people breaking records today temperaturewise. and going to the day tomorrow, we remain hot. maybe we cool down a little bit across the dakotas. aside from that, the heat stays on. not the case across the west and not the case across the northeast. northeast is going to be looking at the storms today. a line of storms move through and likely very strong winds with it you see
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those temperatures 95 in blacksburg and 9 a in d.c. humid so you get the idea. down to the southeast very warm temperatures and garden variety pop-up thunderstorms we are going to see. also humid so some of those thunderstorms just pop up in the afternoon. in towards the northern plains, a little bit of severe weather across areas of iowa and in to illinois. and then across north dakota and in to montana. that's where we could see a few tornadoes today in the afternoon. and down across parts of the southwest, little bit cooler than average. cooling back down in just to the low hundreds. not all that bad. all right, guys, send it back to you from belmont. >> thanks a million, rick. >> thanks, rick. >> a lot going on in the presidential race. we thought who better to talk to about it than herman cain who joins us live this morning. mr. cain, great to sigh. >> exood -- good morning. >> certainly you saw the opening salvos of hillary clinton getting pretty intense. we want to do play clips of it for our audience. watch this.
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>> when donald trump says let's make america great again, that is code for let's take america backward. >> i'm going to make a big speech in new hampshire on monday, by the way. it's going to be called the hillary clinton something or the crooked hillary speech. [cheers] >> we have hillary clinton. she won't issue the term radical islamic terrorism. she won't say it. she won't say it. you know why she won't say it? because she doesn't want to offend obama because she doesn't want to go to jail. >> this is a man who has called women pigs, cogs, and disgusting animals. >> you know, i have the theme, make america great again. and i have added a couple of things. i'm adding make america great -- right now, i'm adding it. make america great again, i'm adding, for everyone because it's really going to be for everyone. >> make america great again
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for everyone. what do you think of that? does that work? >> i think it works. here's why. for donald trump, as he continues to pivot to the economy and the economic conditions, that message is going to resonate. and hillary won't have a come back. you're right. it's clear that the gloves are off. and it's going to get bloody relative to the name-calling. pretty soon, she is going to have to just depend upon that when donald trump has a lot of other things to depend upon, like, pointing out just how bad this obama legacy that she wants to continue is. and it's very bad relative to the economy, unemployment, poverty, and a whole list of other facts. >> mr. cain, obviously, this -- it almost feels like october right now with the level of rhetoric and the bomb-throwing going back and forth. who is more important that they get the upper hand. who has got to win this first round and how do they do it? >> i think donald trump is going to win the first
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round. because it is clear what he stands for and his proposals are clear. hillary's proposals are not clear. donald trump has clearly said he wants to replace the tax code. hillary wants to continue to tweet the current tax code so they can use it to intimidate and abuse people. donald trump wants to rebuild the military. hillary clinton, she thinks it's just fine. continuing that obama legacy. donald trump has been real clear about energy independence. real energy independence. hillary wants to put the coal people out of business. oil people out of business, suppress the energy industry in this country. it's clear. and if he pichts pivots to those kinds of things which he has clearly stated i think he will win the first round and he will also win the presidential race. >> part of the first round too, mr. cain is trying to unite the republican party. we just had mitt romney just yesterday saying he is not going to be voting for donald trump. we want you to take a listen to this and get your response. >> presidents have an impact
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on the nature of our nation. and trickle down racism, trickle down bigotry, trickle down misogyny all of these things are extraordinarily dangerous to the heart and character of america. >> where do we go from here, mr. cain? >> you know, i used to have a very high level of respect for mitt romney. and it has gone way down for the following reasons: there isn't any trickle down racism in america. and i happen to think that as the republicans heal the wounds of all the words and harsh words of this campaign, the closer the republicans get to uniting, somebody like mitt romney comes in and reopens that wound. he is not helping the situation. he is hurting the situation. he, along with all of the other never trumpers out there, my advice to them, if you really want to help this nation, mitt, shut up and stop opening the wounds that are trying to heal because that's how america is going
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to heal. >> what's so interesting though is that trump is being -- and by the way i am not going to defend his comments about the mexican judge. trump is being criticized by people on the left who see the world primarily through a racial lens. and they are attacking him for not being colorblind, fair criticism. they are not in a good position to make that criticism, are they? >> no. they can't make that criticism. and this whole comment about the judge, most of the media, the mainstream media didn't bother to talk about nine other reasons why donald trump and his people feel as if he is not being treated fairly, the law firm that brought the case has contributed over $600,000 to the clinton campaign. the attorney general that is bringing the case forward is running for re-election as a democrat. and they are trying to put the trump university issue out there as a distraction from the email issue. it's not gonna work when people begin to learn all of
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the facts. >> you know, mr. contain, it's -- mr. cain, it's been a couple rough months, fairly or unfairly. you listed jobs where there is a contrast what does he need to do to stay on those issues and away from some the land mines that he has hit the last couple of weeks. what's your advice to keep it. >> focus on the pivot. he is the master of the art of the deal he has now got the master of the pivot. don't allow the media to set the narrative. that's what they're doing. that whole interview about this whole judge thing, they went and picked out that one little section of that entire interview that they want to do turn into a firestorm. so, i believe he needs to focus on the big issues, like the economy. and jobs, the things that it's very clear where he stands, that, i believe, will put him in a much better position going
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forward. >> quickly, let's talk about the other part of the ticket with mr. trump. who would you recommend him bringing on a running mate? very often appeal to different gender. age bracket. part of the country. different set of qualifications. who do you think would be his best pick? >> i have already said that i think newt gingrich would be his best pick. it's not about gender. it's not about color. it's about prosperity for the united states of america. newt gingrich has the quality of one, having been a congressional insider, having been the speaker of the house and newt gingrich said to me when we were running for president, one of the best things that he did was to leave congress because he now can see from the outside many of the things that need to be done. i think that is very critical. secondly, he would be a calming influence to a trump administration, in my opinion. because of his knowledge. he is a history buff. no one knows the issues
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better than newt gingrich. he would be my number one pick hands down. >> the great herman cain joining us live this morning. thanks for coming on. preechingt it? >> happy to be with you. thank you. >> have a nice saturday. >> coming up, another scandal emerging from hillary land as we learn a family friend and big donor was given a key job on a national security board despite having no prior intelligence experience. here's a rhetorical question did money influence his decision? >> plus the key to a happy relationship isn't love. it's separate blankets? new study that could keep from you waking up on the wrong side of the bed. >> we shall see. >> and you can almost -- i can smell those ribs right here in this studio, you are looking at them best barbecue in the country here in the city now right here on our plaza. stick around. ♪ dream on ♪ dream on ♪ dream on ♪
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let's say you give a ton of dough to the clintons. what do you get in return? how about an intelligence post. email show that back in 2011 then secretary of state hillary clinton appointed a top donor to the department's intelligence security advisory board. the problem is that appointee, a businessman called are a jean fernando had no national security credentials at all or any basic intel experience. what did he have was a lot of money. he raised a quarter million dollars for the clinton foundation and that's what he got. here to break it all down tom bevan publisher of real clear politics a site we go through every 10 minutes. good to see you. this guy are a jean fernando
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was ambushed in 2012. >> how did you get appoint to do that board? you can talk about that? >> how do you know my name? >> you will be arrested. >> i will be arrested? >> for asking questions of this man? >> how dare you ask questions of a clinton donor? who is this guy? >> well, he is a high frequency trader from chicago. and as you mentioned, he has no national security experience whatsoever, when begs the question of what he was doing on this board in the first place. as we know the guy is a huge democratic donor to hillary clinton's 2008 run, then to president obama, to hillary clinton's run now and obviously the clinton foundation. look, tucker, there is a long and glorious history of presidents in particular appointing people, donors to plumb positions within the administration. usually that's
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ambassadorships take to a new level nominating people to the countries that they are going to represent. this is different because these people are required top secret clearance on a very board included william perry and those folks high frequency trader from chicago. it's a bit of a different -- bit of a different thing in that regard. >> thank you for that context. it's very common among republican and democratic administrations to make one of your donors ambassador to the bahamas, that's fine. this is a board of some significance that comes as you said with a clearance. now, the obama administration took this guy's name off the website. it was not publicly available the fact that he was on this board. they were embarrassed about it, obviously. >> well, and so is the state department. in fact, once abc news started investigating, this guy ended up resigning and put out a statement because they couldn't defend him being on the board in the first place because he had no business being there. so, that, i think, makes it notable in that regard that
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this guy they couldn't even defend him being on the board. >> boy it, does seem giving a security clearance to someone solely on the basis that he gave you money does seem reckless this is part of. as head to general election. donald trump is going to hit her on her flaws. one of though flaws is that she is not trustworthy. used the state department as personal hedge fund. this fits into that narrative. it's a dangerous spot for her in that regard. it's not the last that we will hear of this story for sure. >> they will do anything for money. it's unbelievable. tom, thanks for joining us this morning. good to see. >> you you bet, tucker, thanks. >> coming up, a story make you even prouder to be an american, world war ii veteran gets a send off with hundreds in attendance, complete strangers. the woman who organized that salute next. >> is regis philbin about to return to his old daytime
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it's time for the math portion of the exam. it's news by the numbers. first up, 90 years, that's outlined the queen of edge demand is turning. here is a live look at a massive birthday celebration underway in the city of london. soldiers and performers taking to the streets for a parade in honor of her birthday. 20 bucks, that was the special sauce a virginia man found in his mcdonald's meal he bit into a double cheeseburger and got 20 times more than he bargained for. he got a $20 bill. yum. and four weeks, that's how long our friend pete hegseth
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new book in the arena has been out. if you haven't already bought it, you are crazy. you can protect phi the situation. go online or any bookstore. it is worth it speaking of pete hegseth, pete. >> tucker, thank you very much. i appreciate that. gone but not forgotten. world war ii veteran died without a house of her known and without known relatives. only 4 people were expected to attend her funeral. >> was that until an online campaign spread and over 200 people turned out to honor the navy veteran. here with us is the woman who sparked that campaign and the founder of final salute incorporated, major booth. good morning and thank you for being with us. >> good morning and thank you for the opportunity. >> what first inspired to you try to get people to come to this homeless veterans funeral. >> my organization final salute is dedicate to do supporting homeless veterans and children. i received inbox via facebook that a homeless
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woman veteran would be laid to rest with basically four people in attendance and that didn't just sit right for me as a fellow verb. >> you didn't know theresa vine, correct? you have never met her. >> i have never met her a day in my life. >> you never met her but you put this message out. tell us, you say you showed up and you were surprised. how many people did you expect and then how many showed up? >> i expected maybe 20 or 30 people to show up because it was such short notice. when i got there, there was a line outside of the cemetery gates and it just went probably for like a mile. and i saw the organizer, bill, a former marine veteran and said where is serena's funeral? there is like all these cars here. he said this is her funeral. there was about 200 people that were there to honor her. and i was just -- it was an honor for me as a fellow veteran that we were able to come together so quickly as a community to honor our sister. >> that's what you say. you don't want her to be remembered as a homeless female veteran. you want her to be remembered as your sister and as, what else?
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>> well, she was -- we were bound through service. and so, you know, homelessness is not a status. it's a state. she was a navy veteran who worked in radio intelligence. it was important for people to know she was educated woman who graduated from california berkeley. she loved to dance. she loved to go to church on sunday. >> she spoke three languages as intelligence operator, right? >> yes. >> very skilled individual. you say about homelessness not being a status but -- it's a status as opposed to who someone is tell us about final salute and what you do for female veterans? very cool cause. >> our organization supports home ltz women veterans and children whether it be through transitional housing or emergency financial assistance to prevent homeless for them and their children. right now they are the fastest growing homeless population in america. i myself is a former homeless veteran due to hurricane katrina and cancer. this has become my mission's life work. >> where can wee find out more information.
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>> for my organization www.final salute inc.org. >> i want to thank you on behalf i know of our viewers here for giving a world war ii navy veteran like serena vine a proper sendoff. it means a lot to me and i know a lot for you to ho were there. >> she deserved it. it wasn't my -- i put it out there. i want to thank the organizers and the 109 plus people that showed up. it does show that we appreciate our veterans and thank you for your service goes beyond a handshake. >> you are a true patriot. thank you so much. >> thank you, major. >> i love your boots. can we get one more shot of these? how about that, yeah. >> thank you. >> 28 minutes after the hour. here is what is coming up on "fox & friends weekend." everyone knows that apple invented the iphone, right? nancy pelosi doesn't. she says the government created it? >> because al gore also created the internet. a key to a happy relationship isn't love. it's separate blankets. who knew the new study that could keep you waking up on
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♪ hurt so good ♪ come on baby ♪ make it hurt so good ♪ sometimes love don't feel like it should. >> hey, everybody, good morning from new york city. as you wake up this morning, we want you to wake up on the right side of the bed. we will tell you about a new study that says that having separate blankets, you know, two blankets per bed, one for each spouse is the key to having a long lasting relationship. [bell] >> take a tip from the sandies, they say. >> i don't know. sharing a blanket is the met for for sharing a life. >> sharing is caring, i agree. >> i mean, this is a little bit i love lucy because separate blankets is one step from separate beds which is one step foreign policy separate bedrooms one step from separate houses. >> when you are going to sleep with your significant other, your spouse, there is two objectives. there is sleep and there is other objectives. two blankets get in the way of the second objective. >> temperature and you fight
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over stop stealing the covers and you are stealing the covers. or, in my situation, my husband likes only a sheet. i like to have a do you i have a. so we are constantly going let's do, this let's do that. >> make sure you share the sheet. you pull -- >> i'm glad we are covering this story. >> it's important. >> that was a pun from dave our stage manager. u.s. fertility rate has fallen 3.4 million in the last eight years under the obama administration. why has that happened? probably separate blankets. >> send us your thoughts. we want to know. we are going to read viewer emails on the show. what do you think? one blanket? two blankets? i'm a. >> happy wife happy life. do whatever your wife says. other headlines, war of words now raising in the senate. democratic minority leader harry reid purdue praying for president obama death.
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we need to be very specific about how we pray. we should pray like psalms 109:8 says this. let his days be few and let another have his office. reid also bashing mitch mcconnell who spoke after purdue but did not condemn the comments. gawker body slammed again. website filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy and announcing it will be bought by the media company ziff davis. news combings after judge ordered gawker to pay hulk hogan for posting a sex tape. he said he had no idea he was being filmed. nancy pelosi says nice idea, apple, but you didn't build the iphone, the government did. >> from federal investments in research, g.p.s. created by the military flat screen, the list go on and on. if you want to know more, look for the association for
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the advancement of science in america, and they have the full list. they say -- designing it. >> did they do the 6 plus. house minority leader taking credit away from steve jobs and apple computer saying federal research led to all the advancements that made the iphone possible. and familiar be returning to live with kelli ripa. it could be fun to host one or two days a week. he was a staple on the show for 28 years before retiring back in 2011. sips former co-host michael strahan left the show several guests have been filling. in he says he has not been asked to join the show. >> new york city big apple barbecue block part. we have the best barbecue famous pit masters across the country joining us here in midtown all morning.
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joining us right now is one of the greatest chefs in the world. a man that brings southern classic to new york. blue smoke barbecue. >> thank you, tougher. >> and sue chef dan. >> blue smoke -- >> thank you. >> what are we making. >> grilled wings serving these up at the party today and tomorrow. free event. come on by and get a taste. we have jalapeno cheddar brat worst. >> that is my favorite. >> brisket. >> sammon pepper brisket on the menu. all three of these things are on the menu all the time. >> where are you from? >> frj louisiana. cajun country? >> is that cajun sauce. >> this is called alabama white sauce. this was popular rised by big bob gibson in decatur, alabama, we put our spin to it.
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toss these wings. >> all right, dan, go to it. i'm going to slice this sausage for you. >> tell me about the sausage? it's got cheese inside. >> the sausage is cheddar jalapeño bratwurst. >> come on. >> how much of this do you eat? >> all the time. >> take a shot right. >> there i'm going to hit that it's too hot for me to eat on air because i'm going to spit it out. trust me in the commercial break i will eat the entire thing. >> you got it. >> what do you eat this with? >> creole mustard and sal teens. match it with that really that's all you need. so cheesy and nice bite of jalapeños so delicious. >> if you are in new york city and miss blue smoke it's more important, trust me, than the empire state building. gentlemen, thank you this morning. >> if you are in southern illinois and missed the 17th street barbecue you are wrong. i'm here with mike mills, who is the chef and runs the place and is making some baby back ribs today. tell me about them, mike.
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>> well, these are our signature item that we do here. and what a pleasure to t. is to be here with fox. >> put one here and show everybody. how long have you been doing this at 17th street? >> all my life. >> you have got some expertise. >> it's been a while. >> tucker may have been eating in the break. i have been eating the whole time. it is fantastic. >> one of the things you never need to take a knife to a rib. if you do they are not ready. >> rip one off for me? >> wow. >> looking at this, falling off the bone. how long have you been participating in the festival here? >> this is our 14th year. we are here promoting the big apple block party along with 14 other barbecuers around the country, carolinas, mississippi, tennessee, nashville. it's just awesome. down at madison square park. >> so they can find you. what makes your ribs so special? what's your secret? >> a lot of love. >> a lot love? >> a lot love. we cook low and slow
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temperature 210, never over 225. >> okay. >> you can see how it's taking on the smoke. stays on the bone but yet it bites off very tender. >> i can confirm. and the beans? how many beans? >> there is five kinds of beans. you get to -- we will tell you four of them on the recipe. the fifth beaten is your choice. they all mix together. it's a combination of beans. they are very safe. >> i love it mike mills from the 17th street barbecue. you will be here at the big apple barbecue block party here in new york city. folks can check it out. it is falling off the bone. i will be out here eating the entire morning. >> you can visit the barbecue apple barbecue in madison square park all weekend long. anna? come on over. >> somebody get the man a bib. come on he has a nice tie and suit on. coming up on "fox & friends weekend" the feds spend $20 million to settle every syrian refugee including these two who got arrested for supporting isis.
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campaign officials and advisors in the state of vermont tomorrow to talk about the state of the race. meg whitman is likely backing hillary clinton tomorrow. the ceo of hewlett packard compared donald trump not very subtly to hitler and mussolini to a summit held by mitt romney. co-chair woman in 2000 12. that's the latest from the race. pete hegseth? >> thank you, tucker. >> donald trump taking on hillary clinton on the issues of allowing refugees to settle in the u.s. take a listen. >> hillary will bring hundreds of thousands of refugees, many of whom have hostile beliefs about people of different faiths and values and some of whom absolutely and openly support terrorism in our country. >> well, that is -- that's donald trump on that. 20011, five refugees from the middle east have been arrested on terror related charges. yet, new report shows the taxpayers are paying upwards of 20 grand per refugee that
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would settle here in the united states. that's before they sign up for additional programs like welfare and medicaid. joining us now with his reaction is former navy seal and virginia congressional candidate scott taylor who has recently been to the syrian border and a refugee camp there scott, thank you for joining us this morning. >> pete, great to be with you. >> you got it so what do you make of this -- of the amount of money that is spent per refugee and do you see a return on investment on that investment made in folks coming to the united states? >> well, let me preface it by saying, look, america, of course, takes in two thirds of the world wanted refugees. certainly by far the most generous country in doing that use our bully pulpit to make sure other countries does the same thing. the 20,000 doesn't talk about the homeland security and fbi and the state programs because what happens is these agencies that help resettle refugees, then they just sign them up for all these services and state programs help them out as well, too. there is tremendous amount of money being spent for taxpayers. and i think what's very, very important is
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congressional oversight to make sure that we're not simply creating a market to incentivize and have people lobby for more refugees because they make financial gain which plures the line between humanitarian and financial gain. >> sure. each state could concealablably, the states with the most benefits attract refugees some payments that refugees can receive. 47% of them receive cash assistance. 74% are on food stamps. 56% on medicaid. 22% receiving housing assistance. i think these numbers will surprise a lot of americans, scott. i think a lot think hey, the benefit is being able to come to the land of opportunity like america. but they -- most people don't realize there is a lot of money that comes along with it. >> there is no doubt about it because, again, because there hasn't been proper oversight, you have created this market to incentivize agencies to bring. of course, folks are insent advised from other countries to come in and apply for other programs. they get the full frawl federal safety net whereas a legal immigrant who comes in
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doesn't get that and obviously average americans that are hurting don't either. >> scott, a lot of people are looking for solutions. what do you do? do you block all refugees? how do you handle the ones that are here? have you been to the syrian border. >> sure. >> you have seen the refugee crisis first hand. what is the solution to this? >> well, let me say, pete, when you're talking about the syrian crisis, of course, and this is a problem with not just the administration but congress as well, too in terms of oversight of the program itself. but you have -- you know, you have our leaders that are dealing with symptoms as opposed to root causes. and when you look at the tremendous amount of money that's being spent to resettle syrian refugees here in america, you could help exponentially more folks over there. and i found out on the border, of course, and talking to refugees who want to go home once there is a political or a military solution to the problem. >> i have heard other people say when you actually ask folks from syria where they want to go, they want to stay where they are, but they are being told to go elsewhere. is that what you found as well they could be protected
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and resettled in their neighborhood they prefer to do that? >> there is no doubt about it, pete. we have all been on extented investigations and want to come home to our own bed. not that they are on vacation. they have had horrible tragedy over there we should create a safe zone there when there is a military and political solution this crisis they could then return home as opposed to, again, we having a program that incentivizes refugees and created a market for that quite frankly as you said earlier in the program came um national security implications also have to be considered as well. >> scott, thank you for joining us this morning as your service as a navy seal. i know you are also running for congress. bringing a ground truth that race with what you know to the refugee crisis. scott, thanks a lot. >> thank you, pete. great to see you. >> you got it who are beyonce fans voting for in november? i mean, the world has got to know. jesse watters found out. >> who are you going to vote for? >> hillary. >> tell me why you like hillary.
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hi friends and good morning. it's saturday the 11th of june, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is a fox news alert. breaking overnight, a rising star is gunned down while signing autographs. the victim, a former contestant on the show "the voice." the breaking details straight ahead. >> and donald trump hitting the campaign trail today, rallying supporters in the state of florida. [chanting] >> trump digs coal is the sign. we're live from tampa straight ahead. >> jesse watters elm barks on a brave mission, diving head first in maybe not his
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first beyonce concert to ask her fans who they are voting for. >> who are you going to vote for? >> hillary. >> why do you like hillary? >> because she's a girl. >> the man himself is here right behind me and he will be joining us next. because mornings are better with tucker, anna and jesse watters. stick with us. >> hey, everybody, we have the coolest, hottest summer toys on the plaza. you want to be the next american ninja warrior? we have the perfect playground for you. >> somebody put that kid in a helmet. maybe not. >> then a really cool swing that i was actually playing with in the commercial break. >> it's called the swing. outdoor board sports. >> it's equally really need. >> would you do that on there. >> i would never do that on
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air. i need to preserve my dignity. >> we need to start with this fox news alert. former contestant on the show "the voice" shot outside of her orlando concert overnight. she has now passed away. christina grimmie was signing autographs outside a concert venue when a man walked up and shot her. brother tackled the suspect who then killed himself. she was rushed to the hospital where she later died. no word yet on the shooter's motive or any connection to the shooter. 22-year-old grimmie started singing and performing on youtube before competing on season six of "the voice" where she finished in third place. shakira was a judge on the show at the time and she tweeted her condolences saying we will always remember that girl who got four chairs turned. and panic at a texas airport after an officer opens fire on a man said to be armed with rocks. in gunfire] >> the ordeal unfolded after sean diamond started attacking ex-girlfriend's car with a traffic cone before turning to rocks.
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when officers tried to stop him, diamond told them to shoot. he then charged toward them and an officer then opened fire on the man. diamond had just been released from jail for another incident involving his ex-girlfriend. she was dropping him off at the airport to fly home to maryland. he is in stable condition this morning. >> convicted rapist broke turner banned for life from swimming by officials. stirring outrage nationwide after getting only six months behind bars and three months of probation after sexually assaulting an unconscious woman on campus. turner and his father sent letters to the judge saying a longer sentence would have a severe impact on him and the judge actually bought it. a rancher running errands turns into horseback -- look at this. he lasso add would be bike thief in a wal-mart parking lot in oregon. the cowboy called 911 and sitting with the tied up suspect for 15 minutes. looks like a seen scene out
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of the old west. the suspect was arrested and now faces theft charges. those are your news headlines. >> yes they are, that's a cool dude right there. presumptive g.o.p. nominee donald trump gearing up for a rally in tampa this morning. >> this as trump moves on to full-on general election mode along with hillary clinton. the two rapidly exchanging insults on the campaign trail. >> peter does is live from tampa with the very latest. good morning, peter. >> good morning anna and pete and tucker. it's was very interesting last night, the first things when we saw when we got here was two families who showed up because they are so concerned about getting beaten up by anti-trump protesters they want to do see the safest way into the center was. as they were here trying to figure out how not to get beaten up like trump
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supporters last week. further north in richmond, virginia. you are looking at skirmishes outside of a trump event there five disrupters were detaped. one was charged. meanwhile, inside, trump was trying out a new line, explaining the real reason that hillary clinton talks about terrorism the way she does. >> we have hillary clinton. she won't issue the term radical islamic terrorism. she went say it she won't say it do you know why she won't say it? because she doesn't want to offend obama because she doesn't want to go to jail. >> hillary clinton was attacking trump right back though yesterday. police ago big emphasis on women's issues and specifically abortion rights as she spoke to a planned parenthood conference in washington, d.c. >> don't worry donald assures us and i quote again the best for women. anyone who wants to defund
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planned parenthood and wipe out legal abortion has no idea what's best for women. >> and you can see behind me really long lines to go and see mr. trump. we spoke to the person who was first in line got here at midnight and when trump arrives in just a few hours, he will be introduced by the state's governor rick scott and attorney general pam bondy. back to you in new york. >> the relentless, the tireless peter doocy working on a saturday in tampa. good to see you, peter. >> all right. we are going to bring in old pal jesse watters now. he has a special on tonight and tomorrow. want to get your thought on the latest headlines. we are going to roll some tape of donald trump vs. hillary clinton. i guess we are not. >> really vicious, really going after each other, arnghts they. >> they have been going after each other. poet of them have been saying that the other will take the country backwards. >> you know, listen, hillary is crooked, that thick is
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really sticking. i would hate if he had a nickname for me. it would be devastating. >> send your emails to friends@foxnews.com. >> send them pete's way. listen, she is not trustworthy and she wants to be the person that's going to be the steady hand guiding the ship because donald trump is supposed to be the guy that you can't trust and is he a loose cannon. this country doesn't want that. with they want someone to shake things up. she is down like 40 points. someone that might shoot first, ask questions later. look at hillary? what happened to the 3:00 a.m. phone call? didn't pick up the phone. this country is deep, dire shape and i think donald trump might be the one people might point to this year. >> so hillary is considering picking elizabeth warren whom she personally doesn't like apparently but she wants to win over the socialists in her party. the 45% that are socialists. elizabeth warren claimed to be native american in order to take advantage of racial preferences and continue in
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harvard law firm. why doesn't she sake ancestry test for 49 bucks and settle this. >> she has chief dom. if hillary picks her she will lock up the reservation vote. she has got that down. i don't know if you want two women on the ticket. i think hillary wants that spotlight as the first female president i don't know if she wants to share that they hate each other. i don't know if that's going to happen. >> head fake to the bernie folks i'm with you. >> she needs the bernie people. i don't know if they are going to come around. i don't know if the bernie people will actually remember when the election is. i think october, december, who knows? we'll just make sure, you know, they empty out the hook can a lounges. we have a sound bite name nina turner not related to the famous singer tina turner. she is ohio state senator she says she ♪ impressed by elizabeth warren. >> you don't get brownie points for me and other
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progressives for getting in twitter war with mr. donald trump that's easy. when the fight was hard senator bernie sanders where was senator warren? going to attack me for saying. this i'm a truth-teller at this point. >> go nina turner. i agree with her. >> i don't know she might get audited now. we will see what happens. listen, she is not qualified. ed reynolds big time democrat says she ♪ qualified. she is not ready to step in if anything happens to hillary. elizabeth warren is all about elizabeth warren. that's what she cares about. she is positioning herself for her own presidential run. i think this is just a punk fake like you said. >> who do you think hillary clinton is going to tap in? >> i think she needs a white male. she is down big with men. almost 20 points against donald trump with member. she has the white vote and minority vote. she needs a young white man, probably like o'malley type. someone safe to bring in and just kind of look young next to her and look strong.
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>> elizabeth warren could stay in that role as attack dog. >> she is a vicious attack dog. i think she has gotten under trump's skin a few times. >> speaking of young, you spent some time with the youths recently and asked them questions at a concert that you were just attending and happened to have a microphone in. >> what are you implying i'm a beyonce fan? >> tucker there like this. hiding from everybody. >> that was selena gomez concert. >> i got them mixed up. special tonight, right? >> yes. >> tell us about it and what you saw. >> we have donald trump on. we have bill o'reilly with mark cuban so a lot of big named guests. i go to the beach and ask people about memorial day. who won the civil war and that kind of stuff. i invade a hillary rally, illegal aliens there. cheerleaders. it's totally insane. and then guy to tucker's favorite concert. beyonce. >> let's watch. >> who are you requesting to vote for. >> hillary. >> why are you going to vote for hillary. >> she is a girl. exactly and we run the girl. >> who are you going to vote
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for. >> hillary. >> tell me why you like hillary. >> i'm so drunk. [ laughter ] >> i just think it's important to have a woman as president. >> so if donald trump put on a pants suit you would vote for him? >>. no. >> are you excited that bill clinton might be back in the white house? >> yes. >> so are the interns. who are you going to vote for? >> trump, 100 percent. i want to make america great again. >> trump is a [bleep] he has a really good son september for the future of the united states. >> who are you going to vote for? >> bernie, probably. >> what policies do you like of bernie? >> i don't care. >> i'm feeling the bern. >> you are a little too peal to feel the burn. >> i'm behind somebody who is ready to mantel the system and rebuild it from the ground up. >> you should like trump. >> said rebuild not bull dozen and set on fire. >> that's a pretty good line. >> a lot of policy wonks at the show policy discussions. >> how many beyonce fans are going to vote, do you think?
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>> i would say 10%. that's a wild guess. >> when the election some is december will this actually get out and vote? >> mail in ballot. >> i have actually seen beyonce in concert and she is awesome for the record. >> you have met -- >> yes too but not in concert. >> i'm surprised you know who selena gomez is? >> one of my girls went to her show this week. i don't know who she was. >> tonight 8:00 eastern, 11: 00 eastern. if you are partying too hard like tucker. catch the repeat on sunday at :00 p.m. eastern. >> jesse watters, pride of trinity college, hartford, connecticut and a good man. thanks for joining us. >> thank you very much. >> coming up next, mitt romney says his opinion about donald trump has not changed at all. >> trickle down racism and bigotry and misogyny all of these things are extremely columbus to the heart and character of america. >> trickle down particularly dangerous and also icky.
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garrett tenney is live in washington, d.c. with the details on this latest spat. garrett, what do you have for us. >> good morning, y'all. this announcement from mitt romney isn't that wig of a surprise. it was mitt romney who brought the national spotlight to the stop trump movement back in march with a nationally televised speech in which he called trump a phony and fraud. since then he has been part of the group trying to find a candidate to run against trump on a third party ticket. the 2012 republican nominee now says it's too late for that to happen though. but he says there is still no way that he is going to vote for donald trump. >> i myself had not be voting for either one of them. i just can't bring myself to vote for hillary clinton. i don't think the policies that she promotes are right for the country. and mr. trump, i think, is too great a departure from the values of our country for me to sign up as a voter for him either. i will be writing in someone
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else's name. it will be probably another republican. >> romney also didn't rule out voting for the libertarian candidate, former new mexico governor gary johnson though. just this past hour, trump respond to do romney's statements tweeting mitt romney had his chance to beat a failed president but he choked like a dog. now he calls me racist but i am the least racist person there is. the fact that romney is not alone in his reservations over trump was 00 on full display yesterday at romney's annual e-2 conference in park city, utah. during one of the summit sessions house speaker paul ryan was grilled by the audience for endorsing trump. ryan told the crowd, many who are influential donors, that the voters chose trump and he did not want to go against their will and that he need to do keep the party together. rnc chairman reince priebus is schedule to do speak at the summit this morning as well and is he schedule to do preach that same message of uniting to beat hillary clinton in november back to y'all. >> thanks, garrett.
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>> garrett tenney, thanks a lot. i take romney seriously i would take him more seriously preface one for creating obamacare with romney care, of course, and two for running the most inefficient campaign than i have covered. i think it would be more credible if he started that way. >> i don't know why it has to be trickle down all of the above. >> that's it, he is saying anything who expresses ugly sentiments after trump. >> i think we are all responsible for what we say. we are not responsible for what other people say. >> never trump movement from him anyway like sour grapes. we had herman cain on the program earlier. he said mitt romney needs to stop what he is doing. >> there isn't any trickle down racism in america. i happen to think that as the republicans heal the wounds of all of the words and harsh words of this campaign the closer the
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republicans get to uniting, somebody like mitt romney comes in and reopens that wound he is not helping the situation. is he hurting the situation. he, along with all of the other never trumpers out there. my advice to them is if you really want to help this nation, mitt, shut up and stop opening the wounds that are trying to heal because that's how america is going to heal. >> my concern is the trick tell down misogyny. i wouldn't want any of that splashing on me. what is trickle down misogyny? if you know the answer, email us. >> where does this go? without a candidate doesn't go anywhere. anyway, democrats don't like it when donald trump says this. >> we're going to build a wall. it's going to be a great wall. [cheers] >> it's going to be a great, great wall. >> well, guess who is building a great wall now? the democrats. we'll explain. >> then summer break is
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hillary clinton got a huge boost when released video message endorsing her for president. released the message all on his own it was filmed in the basement and obama holding that up day's newspaper. obama mall endorsed hillary just hours after meeting with bernie sanders. we should have known he was in trouble after he left the white house without a rose. [ laughter ] >> pretty good and pretty true. kimberly guilfoyle joins us
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now. the highlight of the morning, interesting question though. so the president has endorsed someone who is under criminal investigation being conducted by his administration. >> right. >> you are a famous lawyer is that legitimate? >> isn't it really funny when you think about it i know you didn't studder when you said that it's really true. >> >> yeah. >> the sitting president of the united states enforces someone under the department of justice investigation. active fbi investigation and, in fact, his own administration used those exact words, which is pretty telling the other day. obviously his endorsement matters a lot. this is hugely problematic. could you imagine, in fact, it falls through when she gets indicted? >> then what happens, kimberly? >> right, the president is vouching for someone who would be indicted? >> maybe more likely is that the fbi recommends indictment. >> right. >> the independent fbi and his justice department refuses to take them up on that recommendation. wouldn't that call into question the political. >> of course it already does. he must know something we don't know. that, in fact, is he not
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going to get in trouble for. this that she is not going to be indicted. i think this is a perfect example of where he should have shown ethics and leadership and said, you know what? there is an active investigation that essentially he is in charge of because he appoints the head. so, therefore, i'm going to stay out of it, conflict of interest. and not endorse a candidate who is under investigation. >> they are trying to stiff arm anyway, right? >> right. >> but we would like to see maybe a little bit of ethics at one point at one moment. >> this is a moment he could have stepped back. is he very concerned about his legacy. he wants to make sure someone going forward is going to keep his agenda and that's not going to be bernie sanders, the other best thing that he can hope for it s. that if she does get indicted then he pops biden. in this isn't going exactly the way the president thought it was. >> how does it work for donald trump. how does it play into his game? you just heard him yesterday saying that hillary clinton doesn't want to say islamic terror because she doesn't want to president obama he doesn't want to go to jail.
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>> obama says i'm going to do it. trump's twitter game this is more that he can talk about the corruption, d.c., inside politics, crooked hillary, and now being backed by president obama. is that what the country wants? >> a big speech on monday, too, he has been changing his tone a little bit. we will toss to something trump said recently and get your reaction. >> okay. >> we will work together to rebuild and restore and lift up everyone, not a certain group, everyone. the whole country. freedom of any kind means no one should be judged by their race, or their color, and the color of their skin should not be judged that way. >> you know, i have the theme make america great again. and i have added a couple of things. i'm adding make america great right now. i'm adding it. make america great again i'm adding for everyone, pause it's really going to be for everyone. it's not going to be for a
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group of people. it's going to be for everyone. true. >> i amount least racist person. the least racist person that you have ever seen. believe me. i mean, give me a break. >> give me a break. >> give me a break. >> for everyone. is that going to fit on the hat? >> exactly. >> this is what you are going to do wrap it around the back side, tucker. >> like a turban. >> okay. make america great for everyone. >> when trump says it's a very literal response. rather than trying to explain or defend his comments. he says i'm the least racist person ever,. >> i like the plain speaking. i was listening to it again. i like it more than the first time i heard it people relate to that listen, i'm the least racist person there is think about a person get up and give a prepared comments. in response to romney and judge curiel, he stayed on
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message and last two teleprompters he did stay sound and hitting the points with the faith and freedom coalition. >> the least comments? i said not as far as racism but some times the president says i'm the last person or least person. trump using comments not from the podium speaks to what he has done the entire time. >> he has guy signs like bikers for trump. >> i think we are going to see more teleprompter type speeches in donald trump seems very measured and go over well. what has worked for his base and supporters that got him where he is it's off the cuff folksy kind of comments. >> i will tell you last night i interviewed ralph reid who is the head of the coalition, he said the evangelicals loved it they thought that he hit all the five points that they were very interested in. they made sure like checking off the boxes, he is going to need evangelicals to come out for him big time to be able to get some numbers and some traction against hillary clinton. so they seem to be very pleased. and then you couple with that with reince priebus who
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said hey, i thought he was on point and on message when he was giving the speech earlier in the week. people seem to be happy that it's going well and then newt gingrich was in on the meeting in d.c. with. so congress men and leaders, and he came out of it, you know, very pleased with it. said he thought it went well and that there wasn't the kind of backlash and we have moved forward. >> you think this is a pivot moment that people have talked about? because there has been loot of moments that says he is going to pivot or change or refocus. >> yes. he had a rough time with the comments judge curiel with trump unfortunate. he seemed to weather that storm and come out of it even though it took a few days. showed he can actually listen to other people advising him and do those speeches to prepare. >> the left openly advocates for racial discrimination at every turn. why doesn't he say that? >> i think he is trying to do it but maybe you can input in the teleprompter for him and talk more about the identity politics. >> whole party is built on it every time i see federal
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what's your race like it's your business. >> they are the ones keeping track. absolutely. it's a challenging situation. it just depends on whether you are republican. you are a conservative or you are a liberal whether it's okay and safe speech. >> kimberly, thank you so much for coming by. your book "making the case" now out in paper back congratulations. >> a great book by the way. >> and itunes. if you want to listen to me when you go to bed at night i will read you a little bedtime story. >> kimberly guilfoyle read you a bedtime story. >> "making the case." >> sales just went through the roof. following other stories making headlines. unbelievable surveillance video as a violently robbed at gas station. he was filling up rental car before returning it to dfw airport. one chased a man while the other ransacked the car. victim pleading for help while is he attacked, the suspect giving up and runs off. the day earlier another man was attacked while filling
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up his rental car in irving, texas, when he tried to stop the would-be robbers they drove off with them hanging out the window and that man later died. talk about a display of irony, a true display of irony, democrats planning to build a wall around the site of democratic national convention. as many of them campaigned against donald trump -- build a wall along the mexican border. the no scale fencing will reportedly wells fargo and finney at this in philadelphia for security reasons. the protest zone will be set up outside of the security walls. and remember this, kid? he got in trouble for wearing his make america great again hat to school. he joined us on the show earlier this week. >> he said that it was against the dress code to wear the hat. but i looked in the dress code and it was not against it. >> well, he just got a special delivery from donald
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trump himself. two brand new hats signed and autographed picture as well. last week, logan left school after the principal said he couldn't wear his hat. he hasn't gone back since and his mom says he will go to a different school district in the fall. might need some new extra letters on that hat now. slithering scare. 4-foot long snake falling out of a dashboard on to her foot while she is driving. that's nightmare there. >> i can guarantee that my knees were up next to my ears. god had his hand on me and he protected me and protected my car. and that's all there is to that. >> the nonvenomous snake ended up in the back sleep before police arrived to catch it. >> that is one thing i cannot do. i will do pretty much anything but nothing with snakes. >> of course not. because you are a normal person. normal people don't like snakes.
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since serpents in the garden pad news. up next, high school valedictorian huge backlash after outing herself as illegal alien in graduation speech. headlines undocumented a few years ago. he will respond next. >> plus, we are off to the races. the belmont stakes is just hours away and our rick reichmuth is live at the racetrack. hey, rick, what's on deck? >> guys, last year it was the triple crown, this year could there be a twin win? break all this down with a former jockey and sports analyst richard, coming up. we will find out who you should bet on. stay with us. ♪ don't give a dang about nothing ♪ i'm singing ♪ and bring blinking ♪ while the girls are drinking ♪ long necks down ♪ i wouldn't trade no leroy ♪ chevrolet for escalade ♪ you don't have to worry about the science.
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sought first triple counsel win in 37 years. this year the big question will there be a twin win? that's a phrase. exaggerator could be the first to sweep the preakness and belmont stakes. >> rick reichmuth the fascinator. let me down. good morning, rick. you look very dapper. >> thank you very much. good morning, hey. i have richard, welcome. >> good morning. >> you just ran out. you are probably out of breath. >> i'm pretty fit. not riding fit but fairly fit. >> you yourself, you are kind of a legend. you are a hall of famer in this sport. >> well not in the hall of fame but i am the all-time leadingness rider on the u.s. circuit. 4500 wins but 3900 of them in new york. >> bad injuries. >> unfortunately. more good times than bad. >> let's talk about this race. last year was a huge year after 37 years it was a
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triple crown winner american pharaoh. after a year like that come back with excitement about this. so much excitement with the crowds obviously going toward that still a lot to be excited about today. >> certainly 13 races, 16 one events highest level at the sport. 10 stake races in all of course belmont stakes. the belmont became a much more competitive race and great betting race. 13 horses. if you don't like the favorite, you might make money. >> the track is little bit different here. a chance of some rain today. >> sure. >> which also will always make the race different. people are maybe saying exaggerator is the favorite. rain today, does that make it different? >> if it rains, he becomes a stronger favorite. he undefeated in the mud and slop. he loves it some horses don't feel as confident in it. he just seems to skip over the ground. so if we do get potential weather, it does happen, it moves him up. >> okay. is there any horse that you would say is the one maybe
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aside from exsagger rarity that you are keeping your eye on. >> i have been watching a horse called governor malibu all week. rail in advantage. long sweeping turns here. two turns and they are very lock turns. so you want to save ground. i think governor malibu trained by chris who won the belmont two years ago he has been training sensational. >> richard, thank you very much for joining us this morning. that's it, guys, here at belmont. a very exciting day. already starting to hear some excitement here in the crowd. >> place a bet on gettysburg for me, will you? >> okay. how much? >> not much. i got nothing. just a little bit. >> peanuts. >> all right. rick reichmuth. thank you very much. coming up, a new scandal rocking the clintons. a family friend was given a top job on a national security board despite, well, having no experience at all. >> what? >> did money influence that decision a little bit? i think you'll see. >> then a high school valedictorian facing huge backlash after outing herself as illegal immigrant
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finally mustered up the courage to stand before you. i am one of the 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the shadows of the united states. >> outing herself as an illegal immigrant and facing backlash on social media. the scholarship is just one of 65,000 undocumented high
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schoolers graduating this year. the reaction is founder of the immigration activist group define america. jose antonio vargas so who is also admitted here in this country illegally. >> is this girl seems impressive. and going to yale. good for her. and why should one go to someone who's going to breaking our law and not my child, a. and b, if you offended that she's announcing this and basically giving the finger to the united states and saying i shattered your law and getting away and it exonothing you can do it. >> i don't think that is the message at all. >> really? >> and define american, and if you go to the website you are going to see many undocumented people have been outing themselves for year. saying hey i'm here illegally. i've been working here. going to school here. like we're all waiting for what
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to do. i'm here, i'm still here without papers and my faith is tied to the supreme court decision later this month and what congress wants to do. and you brought up to point -- >> wait a minute. it is not up to you to influence congress because you are not an american. only u.s. citizens have the right do that. so if you want into a normal country and said hey i'm breaking your law, i'm giving you the finger. you would be in jail. you would be kicked out immediately. a real country would do that. >> hold on a second. putting up my finger. like that's not -- i got here when i was 12. my mom sent me here: i went to school here. went to college here. worked at the washington post. pay toxs. and i've been working here. and i'm prude to do that. >> and a there are 65,000 young people graduating from high school every year. what are we going do with these kids? what do we do with these kids. >> that is a great question. and we can debate what to do but
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we can't debate the fact that they are here illegally. >> there is no debating that. >> and an american citizen who has children trying to get into schools might say wait a second. why is someone who's an illegal alien getting a scholarship and not my child. that is not bigotry or hatred. that is a real question. >> that is a real question. that is a absolute real question. and i've been traveling all across the country in the past five years and have heard people ask that question. >> what's the answer? >> the answer is this kid by the way, the answer is first of all i think this is something that we should have a conversation about. like what do we want to do with these kids. is she taking away the spot of your kid? that depends on the university. yale university decided that this kid is going to get through yale and yale is going to support them. >> up to the president and administration. >> tens of millions of -- no such thing as the private university. all funded by taxpayer dollars. >> that --
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>> i'm merely saying shouldn't we look out for american citizens first. just a simple point. >> and i totally get that point. i absolutely get that point and i think the american public, you know, is tired of the fact that we can't seem to come up with a solution to this issue. -- >> not you. you are not eligible to vote -- [inaudible] -- borders. >> well first of all i'm from the philippines so the mexican border has nothing do with me. >> borders do. >>. it is not up to me. i can't vote. i have no say in this. all i'm saying is right, we are here. we've been going to school here. we work here. we buy our homes here. this is what we call ore home. what do you want to do with us? >> the first thing i want to do is not be lecture and called racist. >> did i call you racist? >> this girl said it was racist to have a worder wall. really?
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saturday 11 of june 2016. fox and friends weekend breaking overnight. a rising star is gunned down signing autographs for her fans. just hours after inviting them to her concert. >> we're in orlando today. please come to the show if you live near orlando florida. we're at the plaza live please come out. >> a former contestant on the show the voice. the latest details just ahead. >> can the war of words between donald trump and hillary clinton just got explosive. >> donald trump would take us in the wrong direction on so many
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issues we care about. >> and hillary clinton doesn't want you to have guns. and she wants to take your guns away. >> frankly they just don't agree. we're live at donald trump's rally in tampa for the latest on the feud between the candidates. >> and this would be her reaction if she got surprised with beyonce -- >> who? who? >> you're going to see beyonce. >> who? >> right now. >> shove it. >> spot on. the gift for a mom now going viral. fox and friends. hour four. ive got barbecue in my teeth. i've been hit by a water balloon and it is only going to get better. >> welcome to fox and friends. ♪ ♪ baby you're a fire work ♪ come on show them what you're worth ♪
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>> hay everybody and welcome to fox and friends. barbecue, the best from all across the country right here on our plaza. >> can i be honest? that is my favorite song on the glee soundtrack. of all of them. >> you know, what, really no second favorite. when i wln to the glee soundtrack fatty acid ovsoun soundtrack, it is over and over and over. >> also this morning. new york will be partying like a royal because it is the queen's birthday. some tea and scones with a variety of jam. also preferences for seating arrangements. one of the tips we're going to be learning is you should see all the boars together because they don't realize they are if boars. >> the other tip is they should drink a lot of gin. >> at all times. never too early. never too late. are. >> well presumptive gop nominee donald trump gearing up for a
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rally in tampa florida this morning. >> as he switches into the general election mode along with hillary clinton. the two wasting no time going at each other. and live from tampa with the latest, good morning peter. >> good morning, pete. anna, and tucker. florida is one of the the 15 battle ground states trump is going to focus on between now and november. he's on his way to tampa now and already tweeting this morning a response to mitt romney who made some headlines last night by accusing donald trump of appealing to voters racist tendencies. trumps response to that, mitt romney had his chance to be a failed president but he choked like a dog. now he calls me racist. but i am least racist person there is. trump had an event in richmond virginia where skirmishes broke out in the streets outside. five people were detained. one was arrested and the republican candidate down played the big news of the week, obama's endorsement of hillary
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clinton. >> she and her husband hate obama. right? everybody knows that. they hate obama. but right now she's like yes, sir. no, sir. how should i vote on this one? well she's petrified. because she doesn't want to go to jail. >> we also heard from hillary clinton yesterday who's new attacks on donald trump before a planned parenthood conference in windshield d.c. included accusations that he is a leader in the war on women. >> we're in the middle of a concerted, persistent assault on women's health cross our country. and we have to ask ourselves. and you have to ask everyone you come in contact with. do we want to put our health, our live, our futures in donald trump's hands. >> when we first got to tampa last night, the first thing we saw here at the convention
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center was a pair of families scoping out the entrances. they wanted to figure out the safest way to bring their children in because they are concerned about these anti-trump protesters that have been popping up across the country, throwing egg, throwing punches. this morning no trouble. it is a very relaxed atmosphere. people seem to be having a good time and a lot many more like a concert or baseball game atmosphere then a political rally which is something we see at a lot of trump's events. >> think about that. that tells you everything you need to know. parents have to scope it out so their kids can come in safely. >> it is depressing. >> when do we start calling abortion women's health. why don't you say it's abortion. i'm for abortion. women's health. that doesn't mean anything. that is a lie. paging dr. orwell. >> women. >> this morning. donald trump is making sure that
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everybody knows he's not a racist despite the ak sagccusat and also is expanding his slogan. >> we will work together to rebuild and restore and lift up everyone. not a certain group. the whole country. freedom of any kind means no one should be judged by their race or their color and the color of their skin should not be judged that way. >> you know i have the theme make america great again. and i've added a couple of things. i'm adding make america great -- right now i'm adding. make america great again, i'm adding for everyone. because it is really going to be for everyone. not going to be for a groo up of people. true. >> i am the least racist person. the least racist person that you have ever seen. the least. i mean, give me a break. >> give me a break.
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>> he's obviously -- >> i am the least. first of all if you are having to say you are not racist, that is the difficult to disapprove a negative. but she's been under fire obviously from romney and ryan. and we understand why. you talked about this a couple of times this morning. the double standard on race that the left has where they talk about it, obsess it, make it a center piece of everything they do but if anyone on thetive sidy are racist or race baiting or playing the race card. you don't want to fall into the narrative of the left but you also can't be seen as. >> against all of it i thought trump's comments were awful. i don't like the relentless focus on race. focus on what bringis together not on what divides us. but it is a little much for the party and check your race in
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every federal form or the lecturing anybody about racism in my opinion. >> even though the can comments about the judge have had donald trump on his heels and off message, and he gets questioned about that rather than talking about the economy. which, you know, polls show that he beats hillary clinton and more americans trust him on the way he would handle the economy. something herman cain says donald trump needs to focus on. he was on earlier. >> when donald trump, as he continues to pivot to the economy and the economic conditions that message is going to resonate and hillary won't have a comeback. it is clear the gloves are off and it is going to get bloody but pretty soon she's going to have to just depend upon that when donald trump has a lot of other things to depend upon like pointing out just how bad this obama legacy that she wants to continue is. and it is very bad relative to
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the economy, unemployment, poverty and a whole list of other facts. >> obama's numbers aren't that bad. >> getting better. >> people give him the benefit of the doubt. but husband programs are under water by 40 points. if trump sets himself up as the alternative to that, as the guy who's going to bring economic change i think he wins. >> every voting block and then he can turn some of those numbers around. >> they are going to -- they are going to start impugn and impugn trump as hard as they can. >> right. >> he's in a great spot. >> you don't have to answer every question put to you. >> let's turn our attention now to what is making headlines. former contestant on the voice was shot outside of her orlando concert overnight and has died. christina grimmie was signing autographs when a man walked up
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and shot her. the no word yet on the shooter's motives. just before the concert she reached out to fans online urging them to come out. >> what's up. we're in orlando today. please come to the show in you live near orlando, florida. we're at the plaza live. please come out. >> 22-year-old grimmie came in third place on season six of the voice. a man hunt under way for two dangerous inmates. armon dixon and timothy clawson are both convicted sex offenders. police say they are dangerous and warn people not to approach them but to call 911. and the reported two men in prison garb were running along a highway yesterday morn. also a -- can apparently buy you a top security position. newly released state department
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e-mails revealing businessman was appointed to a advisory board. the problem, he had zero experience. see what happened when asked about the position in 2012. >> how did you get appoint forward that board? can you talk about that is this. >> [inaudible]. >> i'll be arrested? >> clinton's camp responded saying it was an unpaid volunteer appointment. and they wanted people with, quote, a diverse set of experiences. and those are your headlines. >> boy, don't ask questions or you could be arrested. >> a perfectly fine professional but it is always about diversity. anyway. >> belmont stakes. >> hey guys. i'm glad we could bring some fun
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to you after all this. yeah the morning has started here. there are a lot of races that happened today before the big race, which is at 6:32. take a look at the weather maps. some showers, there are going to be some afternoon thunderstorms moving across the northeast and some are going to be severe. there are going to be a lot of people out in the stands here. you need to be ready for that and have a way to seek shelter if you can. 80 degrees in kansas city. that is going to the bull's eye for a lot of warm temps throughout the day. florida you have been very rainy. another day with showers and thunderstorms. especially in the afternoon. and then in across parts of the great lakes and the northeast, there is a line of storms moving through now and a line moving through later and that is going to bring us severe weather. unfortunately it will be very strong winds but maybe possibly a tornado or two as well. watch for that. also severe weather across
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montana into the dakotas. temps today around 100 throughout a lot of nebraska and humidity as well. summer is here in full swing and looks like the high temps are here with us for a while. back to you. >> thanks rick. coming up a fox news poll says more americans think hillary clinton is more qualified to be commander in chief than donald trump. up next oliver north joins us to react. but the key to a happy relationship researchers said isn't just love. it could be separate blajts. the bizarre news study that could keep you waking up on the right side of the bed. stay tuned. ♪ ♪ heating and cooling systems so reliable.
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a brand new server by our polling division at fox news revealed more than twice as many americans think hillary clinton is very qualified to be president over her republican rival donald trump. does that mean she's the right person for the job. >> here to react. lieutenant colonel olly north. lieutenant colonel. good morning. >> good to see you pete and tucker, thank you. >> what do you make of this poll? the fact that this fox news poll shows a preference about who's prepared to be commander in chief for hillary clinton? what you do make of it. >> let's look first the obama/clinton legacy. genocide in the midst. a russian catastrophe. proliferation of weapons of the mass destruction and the plot that is now being launched in saudi arabia by king salmon to distribute weapons to threaten countries so they can deter an
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iranian nuclear attack. so i don't know who is going to win this e bllection but the ne president has to prioritize these risks and address these threats asap because they truly are existential threats. seven things have to be done. number one, protect the ho homeland. build an abm system here in the united states. in europe, republic of korea and japan. control our borders. and modmodernize. and rebuild the weapon. because it is too small to wane war. and get commitments from our allies. in other words stand up to our allies. let them know the words we've got your back is not the slogan of a matt recess company. and three.ress company.
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and three. and launch a diplomatic offensive to reassure allies in europe. egypt, manilla, tokyo and seoul that we really do have their back. and number five, stop iranian north korean nuclear icbm proliferation with new sanction, sea born intercepts and more. and stop using u.s. military as laboratory rats and social engineering experiments. putti inting women in ground co is loopy. and no more expansion. we're not going to tolerateality. >> i don't think you could find a republican office holder in america that would criticize the obama decision to put women in combat units. >> all i'm doing the telling the
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truth. i know several who are former members of the armed forces of the united states who have stood up against it, to include focus on the house intelligence committee. house armed services committee. they know what ground combat is like. >> how much of the perception of the commander in chief is based on resume? and how much is based on gutsz? hillary clinton has a long resume supposedly as secretary of state. donald trump has a different perspective. how much of those should we value. >> a lot who say gosh we need a commander in chief who served in the military. abraham lincoln served in a militia for a couple of weeks. the bottom line is you don't have to be in the military. the bottom is you have to understand the threats we face, the risks we're under and prepared to address them in congress. >> oliver north. probably the most articulate
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friends" weekend. something everything's been talking online this morning. making the case for separate blankets. if you are waking up, why did you steal the covers last night? or it is too hot or too cold in here. making the case for separate blankets. >> good idea for a improving your marriage. i'm six inches and a hundred pounds bigger than my wife. and i've never won the blanket wore. and it's fine. doesn't bother me at all. >> and i win and don't even know it. take the whole thing. sorry babe. >> and the my husband and i have been using separate blanket farce while now and love it. i learned the secret from my parents who have been happily married over 50 years. >> separate blankets has nothing to do with anything lacking in our relationship and has everything to do with hot
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natured and cold natured sleeping habits. so it is a pragmatic thing. >> rusty splits a. how about one enormous sized blanket? everybody just needs to move around. super size your blanket. if you want an 11 foot wide blanket. >> maybe they should get a snuggy. >> china. >> sleeping bags. in your bed. yeah. my kids do that all the time. >> why not just suffer and not say anything about it. >> we are following other stories. mitt romney doubling down on his opposition to donald trump. saying he can't stand behind presumptive gop nominee. >> i myself will not be voting
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for either one of them. i can't bring myself to vote for hillary clinton. i don't think she policies she promotes are right for the country and mr. trump i think is too great a departure from the value os of you are country for me to sign up as a vote are for him either. i'll be writing in someone else's name. it will be probably another republican. >> and trying to find a candidate to run against donald trump. mitt romney had his chance to beat a failed president but he choked like a dog. now he calls me racist but i am the least racist person there is. romney hasn't ruled out voting for the libertarian candidate. and. brock turner banned for competitive swimming for life. after sexual assaulting an unconscious woman on camps. now more than one million people have been signing a petition to
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recall the judge who threw out a six year sentence after brock and his father wrote him a letter saying more jail time would have a severe impact. a community coming together to honer a world war ii veteran. she died without a house or known relatives. only four people were expected to come to her funeral until major general josh boon sent out a call for others to attend. >> i expected maybe 20 or 30 people to show up. and when i got there there was a line outside of the cemetery gates and it just went probably for like a mile. >> instead around 200 people were there to honor the navy veteran. and those are your headlines. all right time now party like a royal boys. >> thanks a million. queen elizabeth 90th birthday celebration is in full swing. what more can we expect? and how can you party like the
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queen? joining us now is people's royal correspondent and author of "the intelligent conversationalist." thank you both for joining us. >> good morning. >> so 90 years old. how key a role did alcohol play in this. >> incredibly important. the queen actually has two birthdays. has her real birthday which is in april and then her official birthday which is always a saturday in june because the weather might be better. and that dates back to king george ii. so we saw today big moments. big breaking news. we had our first glimpse of princess charlotte on the balcony of buckingham palace this morning. so exciting. >> we want to party like a royal. what is the first thing we need to know. >> the first thing is -- the
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queen loves bright colors. yellow flowers. here we just have these are some silk yellow flowers. and then they always like the queen's party planner always seems to have a nice well lit bar. so i just got these string lights as well. they are just led, battery pour powered. everything has to be two bites or less. so everything here is just mini food. cucumber sandwiches here. traditional for tea time. and then whatever else you want to put together. everyone is really excited about the drinks. so we'll get to that as well. also you want to have -- if you don't have enough room you want to have it kind of lighter too.
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two parts of that. and then one part of gin. you just mix it together. >> you mix gin and wine? you are not kidding. >> you want one of these every day before lunch. and then two ice cubes and just with a lemon. >> and that is how you took over the world? >> the queen will live to 101 doing this. >> every time we interview people who have lived past a hundred, i eat bacon and eggs and sugar every day. and lots of chocolate. >> now you have to serve tea with fine china. so this is the lennox eliza stripe collection tea set.
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$118. the five piece set. really nice and pretty. and of course you have to have a variety of tea. here we have the traditional earl gray. and this is a birthday cake tea. -- with vanilla ice cream and it has sprinkles in there. >> wow. you all are the best. thank you. happy birthday to your monarch. up next a former contestant on the show "the voice" was shot and killed while signing autographs. who was the killer? a live report from orlando next? and kboog accused of hiding bad search results for hillary clinton. did they really do that or is it
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good morning. a fox news alert we've before been covering all morning long. a former "the voice" contestant gunned down after a concert while signing autographs. >> good morning. yeah just a tragic story all
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around here. it happened just after 10:30 last night when christina grimmie was performing here at the plaza live. she had stayed after to sign autographs. that is when police say the suspect came up to her and just opened fire. that suspect shot grimmie. and that is when christina's brother wasted no time tackling the suspect to the ground. during the struggle police say the suspect shot himself and he was pronounced dead at the scene. christina taken to the hospital with critical juries but ultimately died. police have not released the suspect's name or whether the suspect has any connection to the singer. orlando police is having a press conference here at 11:00 this morning. so just about an hour or so. the police chief will give us more information on this. and we're hoping to learn a lot more about this whole situation. >> more details coming and we'll be watching it.
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thank you for your time. all right pete over to you. google is under fire after reports surfaced that it is skewing searches to high negative results for hillary clinton. when entering hillary clinton -- is the top result. but when searching yahoo and bing, the auto focus results appear different than on other search engines. this is another example of internet biased? or is it simple the algorithm that is the progress? here to get to the bottom of it. >> we put a lot into the study of this. and it makes sense when you first on is surface look at this. and we got hillary clinton. and we typed in cri in the monitor. it says hillary clinton crisis. hillary clinton crime bill 1994.
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this is source fed. a websz that is accusing google of tweaking their algorithm to be in favor of the clinton camp. let's try it on bing now. they suggest -- >> >> crime. >> it goes to crimes. which say said is obviously not as flattering. >> or criminal investigation sure. >> so you see if it works on google. and indeedc-r-i, criminal investigation is the first choice. >> really is a different algorithm between the two search engines. >> but and here is the big but. you take it deeper and say let's take a known quantity like o.j. simpson into google and do the same thing. it goes to crime series. you do that with bernie madoff,
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bill cosby. dennis hatcher and you will find the exact sam results. is google bias? no. but it raises some big, big questions. and it is by the way not illegal should google have been actually bias. they weren't. but should they have chosen do that because of some human factor here. >> they are a private company here in america. we asked for a statement and they said google out complete does not favor any candidate or cause. claims to the contrary simply misunderstand how auto complete works. more generally our auto complete predictions are -- >> by the way. look at that. more generally, because specifically it actually does have some human hands in there. there is some filtering that is going on. and it raises the question. and it is right for us to question all of this. >> you need to watchdog it because a lot of us rely on it just as the given. >> thanks for clearing that up
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for us. appreciate it. up next. wake up and smell the pulled pork. the best barbecue from around the country is on our plaza. and it's up next. if there is any left when tucker is gone. your car got rear-ended and you needed a tow. did your 22-page insurance policy say, "great news. you're covered?" no. it said, "blah blah blah blah..." the liberty mutual app with coverage compass makes it easy to know what you're covered for and what you're not. liberty mutual insurance.
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joining us a father daughter duo that's taken the barbecue world by storm. >> i'm starting y'all with a bloody mary. i've got some grilled --. >> i've snooempb never seen slich in a -- >> you forget how great a bloody mary is. like the greatest thing ever made. >> the greatest way to start the day. it is like a salad. >> and you don't need liquor in there. >> you don't. >> tell us what else we got here. >> i'm gonna through y'all some pork. >> thank you. >> some of my daddy's grilled chicken. that is how our barbecue
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tradition started. we've got pulled pork. and pulled sausage. this is a mississippi sausage. >> i'm a sausage guy. >> from mississippi. and they are great friends of ours. and so what you are tasting on top is our ubon barbecue sauce. sweet, little tangy. >> fall off the bone type stuff right there. >> right. >> and they make a different level of pig in mississippi. good pigs. >> what do you think of pigs out there? >> good stuff. >> we've got a really great barn doing lots and lots of free range stuff. >> -- mississippi. >> that's right. >> and john wheeler from memphis barbecue. good morning. >> good morning. >> how are you going to stand up to a shrimp cocktail bloody mary. >> i can raise a rib and also this great sauce we got from pig
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beach over in brooklyn. the ribs are the best. >> what is the secret to making the ribs? >> we start with a nice little dry rub. call it a million dollar rub because that is about how much it cost to put together. and about four and a half hours low and slow. they come out nice glaze and they are wonderful. >> so really the tngsz to detail. >> attention to detail. and start with better pigs. better pigs in mississippi. we throw more food away there than y'all do in new york. >> i gotch. tell me about this salad here. >> watermelon, tomatoes. >> watermelon in there too. you guys can dig in too. >> we've been snacking all morning. >> what about the sausagusages. >> all handmade with the spices.
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and this is one fixed over here. >> stuffed with provolone. look at that in there. oh yum yum. >> guys thank you so much. we're in here at "fox and friends" weekend. have more coming up after the break. ♪ ♪ good god all mighty which way do i steer ♪ ♪ for my every day you read headlines about businesses being hacked
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pri fried pie. >> there you go. >> how many can you eat in one sitting. >> bye everybody. see you tomorrow at 6:00 a.m. hillary clinton planning to slam donald trump's economic agenda soon. she's calling his ideas dangerously incoherent. but some here are calling clinton's answer about her own economic plan incoherent. >> what specifically would you do differently than the obama administration. >> right right but i think what i want to establish is that we've gotten out of that deep ditch we were dropped into it. it took a while because it was a pretty severe recession. and a lot of people haven't yet recovered to where they were before the recession. i want to have as big a

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