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newspaper saying that you're looking for a wife. well that, actually happened to a utah businessman. his dad placed the ad listing the only criteria for a woman, trod have kids. >> i like that, though. >> "fox and friends " starts right now. >> good morning. it is thursday, june 23rd. >> one more day until friday. capitol hill in chaos overnight as the democrats stage a sit in over gun control. one republican calling them out. >> radical islam! radical is clam killed thelam k people. >> he is going to join thus very hour. >> he is all riled up. and donald trump unleashes a blistering attack on hillary rodham clinton. >> hillary clinton, and, as you know, she -- most people know,
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she's a world class liar. >> and now trump's got a brand new campaign slogan and can you buy the t-shirt. all right. and it's been a debate that's divided couples forever, who does the chores around the house especially when the butler is sick or the nanny turns an ank snl well, it turns out how you split that list could be the key to saving your marriage. are you curious? well, be patient. we have animation and a slogan to tell you and it's mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪ love and marriage love and marriage ♪ >> if you want love and marriage, you have to share the chores. >> but the thing is, what chores? i mean, are men -- is this a sexist thing? men are relegated to taking out the trash? >> no. >> so wrong. >> the woman can take out the trash, too. everything can be equal. >> you can to share.
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>> whatever works at your house. if she hates to do the trash and you hate to fold clothes, then she does the clothes and doubt trash. >> who gets to dust? >> who dusts? >> i don't know. do you like -- that's an easy one. >> how do you know when you're done dusting? >> we have a swifer things. >> yeah, it came back. i did the dusting, the dust came back. oh, can you tell. when it gets thick, can you tell. >> you have a swiffer? >> it's a wand. you do a little dance around the house. >> so who is going to do the swiffer dance, the man or woman? we have more on chores in a bit. first, let's talk about capitol hill hijacked. >> that's right. there was chaos on capitol hill. >> look at these images, tempers boil over as house democrats stage a gun control sit in and then break out in kind of a broadway musical. >> exactly.
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♪ >> let's get to our reporter in washington, d.c., not on periscope like that footage was. >> this protest is not even over. after 19 hours, there are still a handful of democrats on the house floor and they say they are refusing to leave until house speaker paul ryan schedules a vote on gun control reforms. this protest went all through the day yesterday and then all through the night. with more than 200 democrats at one point on the floor yelling, chanting, and singing all while republicans tried to move ahead with other pieces of legislation. you can tell from the video though, that was not easy. >> pursuant to the order of the house, the unfinished business for further consideration of the veto message of the president on house joint resolution 88.
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>> particularly in this election year, the politics of this protest are inescapable n the wake of the orlando shooting, they see gun control as a winning issue for them. and the committee is already using this protest for fund-raising. democrats are hoping to carry thish this issue all the way through the election. >> you know you need to let us vote. we came here to do our job. we came here to work. rise up, democrats. rise up, americans. this cannot stand. we will occupy this floor. we will no longer be denied a right to vote. >> house speaker paul ryan dismissed the protest as nothing more than a publicity stunt who said there will be no vote on these gun control measures. that's largely because the senate has already rejected those same measures.
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>> this is nothing more than a publicity stunt. that's number one. number two, this bill was defeated in the united states senate. this is not a way to bring up legislation. >> democrats say they will stay there on the floor until a vote is scheduled but paul ryan's words are any indication, they may there be a while. >> gary, thank you very much. interesting thing, gary touched on this. the floor, the senate bills were already acted on. none of them would have stopped what happened in orlando or san bernardino or sandy hook. >> right. so they take a break for fourth of july. that's why they wanted this to get through. >> finally, late last night. >> i think it's totally wrong that this guy, this man team if he even stayed on the terror watch list walked into that gun shop he would be able to get a gun. if he stayed on the terror watch list -- >> that's what the republicans are saying. we don't want terrorists to have guns. you're wasting taxpayer dollars by having this sit in for 16 hours. that's not the issue. >> on the senate side they say
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okay, let's give it 72 hours. there were a few bills out there that were interesting addressing the issue. if you're on the no fly list terror watch list, you should not be able to -- they should not be able to get guns. you should spend time analyzing who's on that list. make sure that -- by the way, john lewis was on this list. there is a reporter on cnn on this list all erroneously. >> they're not on the list forever. the whole thing is you cannot be denied your due process and they're right on that. this went on as the democrats hijacked the house floor. the official c-span cameras were turned off because the house majority operates them. turned off the cameras and microphones. so some of the house members took to streaming social media in particular periscope. and suddenly c-span looking for a signal said let's take periscope and they d you're about to see an interchange between louie gilmer of texas.
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he got into a heated discussion with a member of the orlando district. at one point they had to be separate add cording to the news reports this morning. none of less, louie said essentially, let's vote. this is not about guns. here is gomer. >> we are talking about radical islam. radical islam killed these poor people. >> no fly, no guns! no fly, no guns! >> all right. democrats were saying no bill, no break. no fly, no guns. and he stands up and says it's not about guns. it's about radical islam and the tariffs are going to do it, like you were saying, no matter what. it's not about the gun. they're going to look at what happened. >> you're right. this guy obviously they look at his profile. they would have found a pot and pan and made a bomb. he would have hit somebody sometime. however, if he's on a terrorist watch list, three times on the
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fbi, i don't want him eligible to get a gun. >> i don't think anyone disagrees with that, brian. >> they have to pass something that stops that. >> this is the way the system works. >> the system is not working. you can't have a terrorist get the gun f you're on tterrorist h list, it's like 64,000 on the terror watch list, 900,000 on the no fly list. get the list right and then enforce the list. >> you think republicans should have been onboard. >> they were passing something. they should get together on a bill. they were working together in the senate. that's a there's a compromise there. what happens in the hill yesterday was embarrassing. >> the democrats didn't get onboard with the republicans. >> exactly. >> so the whole question of due process did not work out. what do you think about what has gone down in occupied capitol hill? is this the way you like to see your lawmakers acting? e-mail us. we already got some e-mails in,
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obviously. people have been talking about this all night. bill e-mailed, why haven't democrats had a sit in to pass laws to protect americans from isis? >> and larry tweeted us, how de many. s, wow, what a show of unproc s unprofessionalism and childish behavior. how embarrassing is this. >> they're behaving like a bunch of grumpy kids. paul ryan must be saying, why did i take this job again? ever since i got this job, it's the most controversial position the speaker has ever been n he's sitting there trying to get order. he said see you july 5th, we're done. we're through. we're coming back later. >> speaking of later, later in this program, about 40 minutes from right now, louie gomer himself is going to be joining us live. also, a little later on in the morning, we're going to be talking about big donald trump speech down at the soho, the trump soho hotel he owns which has gotten great reviews from republicans including mark
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levine who really hasn't liked donald trump. he says that was a heck of a speech. >> that speech was reviewed on page 21 of "the new york times." hillary clinton gets page one. >> you are saying there say double standard in the media? >> i'm not going to jum top that conclusion. >> let's change it over to abby who is filling in for hedge they are morning. >> always good to be with you. we have breaking news coming n another officer shot dead in cold blood. he was shot at point blank range while searching a suspect in broad daylight. and the motive, the suspect was on probation and didn't want the officer to find his gun. michelle david jr. was questioning a 19-year-old in a suburb of new orleans when nouveau reached over the deputy's shoulder and shot him in the back. he fired two more times when the officer fell to the ground. the deputy able to radio for help but it was too late. nouveau found hiding in a nearby backyard. the coast guard, this is such a
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sad story, making a grim discovery for a family lost at sea. a father and his three teenagers set sail from sayer tota to ft. myers to repair their sail boat. that is when they hit rough seas. the coast guard is trying to stay optimistic despite this discovery. >> we're continuing to hit it hard with everything we've got. this is a tragic event. but we're still -- we're still hopeful for the three people out there. >> the coast guard also signing an emergency flair, a propane tank, lifejackets and the family's kayak. hoping for the best. there. >> baltimore on edge this morning because in a few hours, a verdict is expected for the police officer facing the most serious charge in freddy grey's death. officer caesar goodson was driving the police van whether grey suffered a deadly spinal injury. he accused of giving grey a rough ride. he is charged with second-degree murder and could face 30 years behind bars. two of the six officers charge vd already gone to trial. neither were convicted.
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and florida senator marco rubio will run for re-election in november. does this mean he is setting himself up for another run for the white house? >> if i wanted to run for president in 2020, running for re-election in this environment with a real risk of losing is a tough race is probably not the ideal political decision to make and is the last office i ever hold in american politics is to be a u.s. senator from florida and we can make a difference, i'll feel fulfilled by. that. >> there you have it. it's official. you are surprised though? i think we all saw this coming, right? >> he was pretty adamant about, you know what? i've done it. i'm out. but it's one of those things. even people in washington can change their minds. >> we interviewed the lieutenant governor who was going to run for that seat. >> if it wasn't for the guy agreeing to step aside and urging him to go forward, he would have stayed out. >> thank you very much for the headlines. straight ahead on this thursday, one of osama bin laden's closest bodyguards who was locked up at gitmo has been
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freed by the white house. how does that happen? >> yeah. they had to check on somebody. and remember the kid with the spot on impression of donald trump? >> we will win and believe me, we will win. >> well, he's back with "the tonight show" encore. >> hello, secretary clinton. this is senator bernie sanders. is your refrigerator running? well so am i. now the #1 choice of doctors & pharmacists... for their own frequent heartburn. get complete protection with nexium 24 hour. you can use whipped topping made ...but real joyful moments.. are shared over the real cream in reddi-wip. ♪ reddi-wip.
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right now, voters in great britain are voting to decide if they should leave the european union. the outcome of the so-called brexit could impact the u.s. economy. with some answers to the questions we're all a little embarrassed to x. we get to the host of barney & company. first question. why should we care in the united states what they do? >> because what they're voting on over there today is very similar to what we will be voting on in november of this year. the issues there are immigration, sovereignty, and opposition to the elites and to european style socialism. that's what they're voting on there. i think we'll be voting on the same thing in november. >> because europe tilted to the left for a while and now they're back to the right.
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we had our president go over there and say great britain, you better stay it in. >> that was deeply vented by the british. they did not want an overseas politician coming in and saying you get to the back of the line in trade deals if you leave europe. that was deeply resented. britain and america have been allies for 100 years, close allies, suddenly the american president says, hey, if you don't dough what we want, you get to the back the line. deeply resented. >> okay. but great britain is a portion of the eu now. what about the rest of the relationship with the united states and the balance of the eu? >> strongest trading partner in the world with america is the european union. but the problem is that the european union is unraveling. it's also in a state of recession. there is no growth for virtually a generation in europe. so which ever way the vote goes in britain, america will still have europe as a major trading partner and europe will still be in a near state of recession.
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>> okay. here's what a lot of people as they're looking to their summer vacations wonldering will this impact my travel to great britain. >> no. zero. even if they vote to leave, there is still a two year period where they negotiate how they get out. so the idea that americans like myself, for example, will have a problem going over to london standing in long lines and customs or immigration, not the case. two years to negotiate. >> one thing about the eu is they were going to open the borders and much easier for people in one country to go into another and that has in some respects caused problems regarding terrorism. >> that has had a huge impact on the vote in britain and also the vote here. in britain, they're worried about a lot of people coming into the country who got in from the north africa. the migrants. they were then come to britain. so control the borders is an issue there and it's an issue here. >> all right. we're going to find out what happens. 5:00 this afternoon we should know.
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>> that's when the polls close in britain. we should have an early indication soon after. >> stewart, thank you very much. >> thank you, steve. the president wants to bring in thousands of refugees to the united states. but a brand new report says dozens of them have already been caught trying to attack the united states from the inside. we've got the numbers coming up. and donald trump and hillary clinton unleashing their most brutal attacks on each other yet. did you see it yesterday? >> hillary clinton and, as you know, she -- most people know -- she's a world class liar. >> so what do average voters think of the harsh words? we've got brand new dials with lee carter coming up next. >> things are heegt up between hillary clinton and donald trump. hillary gave a speech attacking trump and then today donald trump gave her a counter speech and 2016 already known as the lection of shut up, no, you shut up. to get where i am.
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x1 makes it easy to find what you love. call or go online and switch to x1. only with xfinity. headlines for you. bin laden's former bodyguard who has ties to the september 11 attacks is a free man this morning. the pentagon releasing that man right there. they released him to montenegro after 14 years at gitmo. so far, nearly 200 prisoners we leased from gitmo have returned to terrorism. and speaking of such september 11th, there is dat in a that shows dozens of refugees plotted terror attacks in the u.s. since then. senators shows this shows the lack of our abiflt screening the people before coming into the country. president obama is push forg thousands of more refugees to come into the united states. >> hillary clinton and donald trump unleashing harshest attacks yet on each other.
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what do the voters think of the harsh rhetoric? lee carter has written some reviews for us. welcome, leigh. >> great to be here. >> you have chosen hillary clinton calling donald trump a charlatan. let's see how that plays with republicans, democrats, and independents. >> he's been involved in more than 3500 lawsuits in the last 30 years. and a large number were filed by ordinary americans and small businesses that did work for trump. and never got paid. painters, waiters, plumbers, people who needed the money and didn't get it. not because he couldn't pay them but because he could diss them. >> so overall, can you see democrats love the attack. there they gave it an a. independents and republicans
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didn't respond. you can see the republicans there a d. overall, what you see she does is she uses tactics. she leads with the fact that there are 3500 lawsuits rather than going to the big issue at hand. and so just doesn't resonate as much as some of donald trump's attacks. so take a look next at donald trump's speech, you'll see the big difference. >> but they're going for that middle line? >> yeah. >> they both know where both parties stand. donald trump sois on the offense yesterday. here he is talking about hillary clinton's integrity. >> hillary clinton, and as you know, she -- most people know -- she's a world class liar. just look at her pathetic e-mail server statements and her phoney langua language. or her phoney landing in bosnia where she said she was under attack and the attack turned out to be young girls handing her flowers. >> so the delivery on prompter,
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a speech that went about 45 minutes. very little ad libbing. how was it received? >> very, very well. there is the first time in the last two weeks that independents really responded to donald trump. independents and republicans gave him an a. democrats gave him an f. the story that we need to be watching is the independents. independents need to be on the side of whoever is going to win. and clearly donald trump has the edge here. >> right. this is supposed to be delivered last week. hillary clinton said i'm getting under donald trump's skin. that may or may nobt the case. it wasn't with that speech. it was already written. meanwhile, there was something that was controversy when it comes to the war on terror. let's kill them with love. >> we stand with you to say that the good in this world far outweighs the evil. that our common humanity transcends our differences and that our most infeeffective rese to terror and hatred is compassion, unity, and its love.
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>> this is the same woman that she noticed the beheadings that isis is doing? did she notice the christian executions and that's what we're going to do is kill them with love? >> we're going to kill them with love. this is a polarizing statement. it's a polarizing view on the world. democrats will respond it to. they gave it an a. independents and republicans, honestly, it was on the floor there. it couldn't have gotten any lower. but it couldn't have gotten any higher for the democrats. the issue is how we view the threat houchlt we view the people. the same kind of issue with was this terrorism or gun control in orlando. we're looking at the world very differently. in as much as that is true, we have an issue that we have get to on the same page as far as national security and independents and republicans said absolutely not swrechlt to deal with this in a very strong way. it's not love. and the quotes that people gave us were so interesting. democrats saying this is so he will consequent. so loving. this is the way that we should be. this is america. and on the other hand,
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republicans and independents are saying this is absolutely nuts. we have to have strong america. we have to protect ourselves. this isn't going to help us. these people are terrorists. >> by the way, a report that came out that we stopped, the fbi stopped others over 500 would-be attacks here at home. >> yeah. >> so of the terrorists. it's unbelievable we can't get on the same page. but that is pretty prominent. donald trump has the competent and terror. >> absolutely. >> thank you. >> any time. coming up, back to the overnight chaos on capitol hill that was caught on live stream. one republican tries to bring democrats back to reality. >> we are talking about radical islam. radical islam killed these people. >> that is louie gomer screaming at the top of his lungs. he'll join us and hopefully woinlt scream us. she tried to stop police
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and let me just tell you, you've been such a great crowd. we are going to win and we will win and, believe me, we will win. >> remember that kid we showed that you video last week? an eighth grader's viral impersonation of donald trump at his graduation and now he is
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getting huge laughs with an encore on jimmy fallon. >> wow. >> today i have a very big announcement. a lot of people are speculating about who i'm going to pick as my running mate. chris christie, lebron james? chubaka. all the choices. but, no, the only person good enough to be vice president is me. that's why 14 years ago i create aid clone of myself. so allow me toinlt deuce the next vice president, little donald. >> thank me. thank me. not just fantastic to be here, it's just fantastic. >> isn't he beautiful? isn't he terrific? >> down, boy. >> easy, boy. >> easy. >> easy. >> we have the same brain. >> we think exactly alike. in fact, we even finish each
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other's -- >> walls. little donald, i have an idea. let's prafrpg call hillary. you pretend to be bernie sanders. >> hello, secretary clinton. this is senator bernie sanders. is your refrigerator running? well so am i. and i'm neffer, ever dropping out! >> i have bad news for jumy fallon, the kid is better than him. >> he sounds more like bernie sanders than donald trump. no one was expecting him to be good. he did donald trump so well. >> he's an eighth grader! >> now he's going to be in ninth grade. >> yeah. graduation now. he graduates from elementary school to middle school, high school, brian. >> yeah. abby huntsman is here watching, observing and writing. writing the news. >> it's going to be -- that kid sun believable.
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love it. >> good job. >> we have headlines to bring you guys starting with. this a rare brain eating disease is taking the life of an 18-year-old girl. she got while rafting at the white water senter in charlotte, north carolina. only about three dozen cases are reported every decade. kit be found in warm fresh watt eastern soil. testing is now underway at the park. but does it remain open. an immigration official blamed for hindering the arrest of the man that gave weapons to the san bernardino shooter is being rewarded refusing to say why she was nominated for the secretary's award for valor which is the department's highest honor. she is accused of keeping agents waiting to arrest suspects and then lying about the whole thing. critics say the insults past award recipients. no guns for you but for me, it's okay. that was new york charlie wrangle new york democrat coming forward saying average citizens
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don't need guns but he does. >> they shouldn't all carry guns. >> you're protected by guns all over the place here in the capitol. >> well, look, i think we deserve -- i think we need to be protected down here. >> yeah. if you heard that right. charlie wrangle telling the daily caller no one in his district should ab loud to use guns for protection except for him. all right. here's a question for you. could your dirty dishes unlock the secret to a happier marriage? >> come on. >> we'll be fine. you do such a great job already. don't you want to finish yourself. personal power and that accomplishment? >> dhaumz divide up the to-do list are more content at home. by putting yourself in your partner's shoes, it gives you a deeper appreciation for that person which makes them more desirable. i'm going to use that when i go
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home. do the dishes and you're going to love me that much more. >> whether you open that cascade, i just can't control myself. >> at our house we have a honey deucy list. there's a lot on it. she does cooking and cleaning and a lot of the laundry and i do everything else. but there is so much other stuff. >> in the signs they say they have people that run errands for you. >> that is great. >> yeah. >> can you hire people to run errands. >> did you get the number? >> so why is steve here? >> a shark standoff on the big screen this weekend. blake lively, the new flick she's in is called "the shallows." you've seen the previews. it's one that will scare you out of your seat or out of the water. >> that's right. you can see it tomorrow. and michael got a chance to sit down with the star herself. >> this weekend is what moviegoers are all b two great movies that are providing the
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perfect escape with everything going on. the first up, "shallows" with blake lively. it makes "jaws" look like finding nemo. she goes off surfing alone, on a secluded beach and the four deadliest words in a movie, just one more time. i caught up with her recently at the world premier and asked her while shooting if she had any encounters with sharks. >> there was a shark encounter in the island that we were shooting on. so, yeah. i also had been swimming with great whites. i have a respect for them. i saw them in a way that they're never portrayed on movies and television as these beautiful majestic creatures like dolphins. >> not quite like dolphins. >> number. >> a little different than flipper. >> the next one opening up, "independence day 2: resurgence." >> it better be good. >> it was worth the wait. first one broke all the box office records this one looks to
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do the same. we met the original cast. i caught up with vivica recently and said that her stunt double has worst job in hollywood. here's why. >> a lot of different angles. it was high. and there were wires involved. and dinlt really realize because i'm so physical that, you know, how much i had kind of hurt myself. i was black and blue all down the side of my body. but, you know, i suffer for my craft. >> she helped us buy wedding dresses for "the apprentice." >> who came in second. >> she was second for her craft. >> we did a famous tv star in the news, you actually have a cameo. >> had is the key word. >> it didn't make it in the movie? >> no, it was on the cutting room floor. we shot the scene out in albuquerq albuquerque. i know. i had my speech ready for the
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oscars. >> can you see it here only on fox. >> watch carefully. >> now that the defense system is fully operational. question initiate phase two of the space defense system. on your left are the destroyers. they'll be ready for deployment across the solar system over the next ten years. >> so let me get this straight. you are holding the hand microphone? >> yeah. and my shirt down to my naval. >> can you believe that? >> why did do you that? >> i don't know. >> what did the script say when you have to ask a question? >> no. we were running lines. he was also in the movie. >> we're running lines. we had it easy. one and done. that took 12 hours to shoot. >> wow. >> thank you very much, michael. >> the movie opens this weekend and "the shallows" nationwide this friday. >> all right.
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>> you are talking about radical islam! radical is! killed these poor people! >> no fly, no guns! no fly, no guns! no fly, no guns! >> incredible. here to react, that enraged lawmaker now much calmer, louie gomer. tell us what brought you to that moment. >> well this has been going on for hours. it should have been stopped hours before. even some of the long term democrats are saying this is really getting out of hand. you guys need to take over and stop the chaos. this is a little scary. and the democrats had taken control of all eight microphones at the point that the footage you showed was on the microphones were not on. but they had taken over the chamber. and this is unprecedented. it was incredible.
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they were blocking -- so they weren't just standing up for rights. they were taking away rights. and i'm telling you, brian, it was incredible to see, you know, real american folk heroes like john lewis who was brutalized and stood up for civil rights, folks were there using the instruments that helped gain civil rights to try to take away people's civil rights. and i just saw this article and seen this yesterday. 81,000 names are on the no fly list but fewer than 1,000 are americans. it means this administration would protects us from people coming in. then we wouldn't have to worry about maybe 1,000 people. >> congressman lewis was on the no fly list, erroneously by the way. >> and so was martin luther king jr., back when he was alive. i mean this is insane to try to take away our civil rights, our
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second amendment rights and i'll tell you, the gun free zones are where these terrorists like to go. they know they're protected. and then they were fund-raising. they're doing fund-raising calls based on the deaths of these people and we're standing up for it. it is just so outrageous what was going on. and even democrats were saying that. >> you touched on the right word there. we're talking about terrorism here. >> that's right. >> as people get up on this thursday morning and look in on occupy capitol hill which the democrats staged -- >> that's a good description. >> last night into the early morning hours, this is one of the reasons why congressman, with all due respect, people hate politicians. >> oh, yeah. that's why donald trump is doing so well. they want somebody that will stand up for their rights as they see them fliterring away. it is just incredible that this went on for this long and they were violating just a whole
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myriad of rules. and it didn't matter at all. and when i was getting on to the sergeant of arms, you're enforcing the rules. you can't be using your cell phones to take pictures, film, film, broadcast. and they said, yes, but when we tell you guys you stop. they won't stop. we keep telling them to stop but they won't obey any rules. >> well, it's a big story this morning because the democrats did it, but i have a feeling if the republicans staged it, it would be a tiny little item on page 9 -- >> oh, yeah. occupy capitol hill is a good description though. but our rights are worth fighting for. >> absolutely. >> some of us will keep doing that. >> you were doing that last night. i think that for getting up with us today. congressman louie gohmert. >> i'm still up, i didn't have to get up. >> thank you. you heard the new strategy to defeat terror. kill them with kindness. >> our most effective response to terror and to hatred is compassion, unity, and it's
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good morning. it's thursday, june 23rd, i'm ainsley earhardt. capitol hill is in chaos or at least it was overnight as democrats stage a sit-in over gun control. one republican calling them out. >> you're talking about guns. this is about radical islam killed these people! >> judge napolitano is here to react. the big overnight fight straight ahead. then in the other chamber, u.s. senators debate a bill that would allow the fbi to access a person's internet history without getting a court order. is that a good idea? no. the judge will explain why in a
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minute. and this woman's whole life, she talked like me and every other american. but she just woke up and now she talks like this. >> oh, i'm not from england, i'm sorry. >> where are you from? >> i'm like where's that? oh, you're from here, how come you talk like that? >> you go to bed talking like me, you wake up talking like stuart varney. how in the world did that happen? think about that. mornings are better with "friends." ♪ ♪ i'm gonna knock you out >> who is that young fighter right there who's gonna knock somebody out? well, he's actually a member of our fox family and this hour, we're getting in the political ring with him. he's an expert at politics -- presidential politics.
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you will find out shortly who that guy is. >> among the people he sparred with, joe frazier. >> look at that. >> really? >> and survived. >> i didn't know this person was a boxer until you told me that. >> he's got a deep background. put it this way, his professional career is like his athletic career. >> and harry reid was a boxer and a referee at one point. >> maybe he'll go back to it once he retires. >> mr. reid, we have the ring if you'd like to be on "fox & friends." >> if you want an opponent we can get him to fight you. >> meanwhile, if you're just waking up, oh, my goodness, ladies and gentlemen, the house hijacked -- a floor fight in the u.s. congress overnight. >> screaming, signs and singing. all over gun control. ♪ ♪ we shall overcome some day >> the best song i ever heard on
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c-span. >> house democrats staging a sit-in like kids on a college campus. >> so to make sense of this, garrett tenney has more on the dramatic protest that went on very late. >> reporter: in fact, it's still going on. you can see from the live streaming video from o'rourke, there are still a handful of folks there on the floor of the house, demanding house speaker paul ryan to schedule a vote on gun control. all through the night, this was a much livelier scene at one point when there were more than 200 democrats there, yelling and screaming all in protest while republicans tried to move ahead with more votes. >> pursuant to the order of june 8, 2016, the veto message on the house joint resolution 88. >> reporter: and paul ryan tried to dismiss those protests and
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said he is not going to cave in to the democrats' demands to schedule a vote. largely because the measures they're pushing for already fail to passed in the senate and they don't provide a way for individuals to appeal if they're denied a gun purchase. >> this is nothing more than a publicity stunt. that's point number one. point number two is this bill was already defeated in the united states senate. this is not a way to try and bring up legislation. >> reporter: despite not getting a vote, democrats are still claiming victory with the protests and are even sending out fund-raising e-mails about it. highlighting how in the wake of the orlando shooting, many democrats feel like gun control is a winning issue for them in this fall's election. >> today we have come a dista e distance. we made some progress. we crossed one bridge, but we have other bridges to cross. we're not giving up the fight. the fight is an ongoing fight. >> reporter: earlier on the house floor, house minority
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leader nancy pelosi told the group of democrats, gun control is an issue their party is going to continue to protest over and all the way into the fall's elections. >> garrett tenney live on capitol hill. live here on the curvy couch, we have judge napolitano. what did you make of what was happening? >> you know, for the first two years of barack obama's presidency the democrats controlled both houses of congress and of course the white house. >> could have gotten anything done. >> how many gun control measures did they introduce then? zero. this is not about gun control. this is about intimidation and this is about the profound divisions in the country and it's about their disrespect for the institution they claim to love. the other side of this is these things have happened in the past. people have hit each other with the canes -- i'm sorry to tell you, they have thrown spittoons at each other a hundred years ago. i don't think they gained a single vote. i think they showed america just how frustrated they are and can be when they try to take away as congressman gohmert just said a
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fundamental liberty. the right to self-defense is a fundamental personal right. it can't be taken away by legislation, can only be taken away by a jury if you're convicted of a crime. >> there is only movement, a lot of people shouldn't be able to buy a gun if you're terrorist. >> they can put me on the watch list. there are no standards. >> but the average american says i don't want mateen to get a gun. >> if you put -- somebody doesn't like on your facebook page, you could end up on a terror watch list. just like that. >> congressman gohmert, the late teddy kennedy, they were on the no fly list. they coined the list no fly no buy. has a nice ring to it, but it rejects profound american values.
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if i'm going out on 47th and 6th that gives a speech so incendiary the government thinks i'm going to cause a riot they can't gag me. they have to present a case as to why i should be silent. same thing if they want to take away any rights to keep and bear arms. we don't have secret lists in america that's the sign of a dictatorship. >> what if the fbi is tracking a terrorist? >> if they have enough evidence to track somebody, they have enough to arrest somebody. we don't secretly identify people and secretly take away their rights. that's what the british government did tocolonists. you wrote a best selling book about it. >> but omar mateen was on the terror watch list and then he was taken off. >> we'll find that the fbi made mistakes because they have so many people to watch. there are so many omar mateens out there. but do you think that a person willing to slaughter 49 people is also going to obey a gun
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control law? of course not. if he wants to kill he's going to kill. the way to stop him is with superior firepower which unfortunately arrived too late. >> all right, judge, let's talk about hillary clinton and her e-mail scandal because her i.t. person bryan pagliano was in front of the judicial watch closed door yesterday, pleading the fifth more than a hundred times. >> her i.t. person, bryan pagliano, is her beast in the night. he is the fbi's lead witness against -- we're talking about this during the break. he has been briefing the fbi on her e-mail excess, her profound ability to expose national secrets since october. when this goes to the grand jury he is the fbi lead witness. in return for all of that, he got an order of immunity. but only for what he tells the fbi. if he says something -- i'm going to sound like his lawyer, if he says something in the deposition and a freedom of information act which is not the case against her, a civil lawsuit -- >> separate case. >> a separate case. he could be in trouble for what
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he says there. >> sure. >> she is in more hot water than you can imagine today because another agency of the federal government is unhappy with the slow pace at which the fbi is moving and they have begun to leak. the nsa. >> judge, before you go, something we had mentioned a moment ago. that's the u.s. senate is thinking about a bill which would allow the fbi to search a person's internet search history without a court order. we already know you think this is a very bad idea. >> tied to terrorism. >> it doesn't have to be. >> there's no standard. it's a bill if it becomes law would allow one fbi agent to say we -- we're -- one fbi agent to authorize another to capture your entire internet browsing history that's the reason we have the fourth amendment, to protect us from the government doing that. and to force the government to
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focus on bad people. this is a suspicionless fishing how lo d suspicion, you get the court order. but suspicionless searches, we don't have it here. >> you like it the way it is? >> yeah. it lost by one vote and they're bringing it back again. >> all right, 7:10. time now for the news now with abby huntsman. >> always good to be here. we have some headlines, some breaking news in fact. another officer shot dead in cold blood. he was shot at point blank rage while patting down a suspect in broad daylight. the motive, he was on probation, he didn't want the officer to find his gun. michel was questioning neveaux and then he was shot by him. he was able to radio for help,
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but it was too late. neveaux was found hiding in a nearby background. and the coast guard recovered a body after a father and three teenagers set sail to ft. meyers. the coast guard is still trying to stay optimistic. >> we're continuing to hit it hard with everything we've got. this is a tragic event but we're still -- still hopeful for the three of the people that are out there. >> the coast guard finding an emergency flare, a propane tank, life jackets and kayaks. well, the alligator that snatched a 2-year-old boy at disney is now dead. florida fish and wildlife officials confident that one of the six alligators trapped and killed is responsible for the deadly attack. lane graves was on a family vacation, staying at the grand floridian resort when he was
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dragged underwater and killed by an alligator. a texas mom goes in for jaw surgery and come out with a british accent and doctors say it's a real condition. >> i'm not from england, sorry. >> where are you from? >> they're like, here. and she said, why do you talk like that her? >> her diagnosis, foreign access syndrome, caused by drama to the brain. the doctors can't say what happened or how long it will last. can you guys imagine waking up and having an accent? >> i have done that in the past but because that's because i fell asleep watching "harry potter." >> wake up and have a foreign language -- you know a different language. >> that would be an interesting brain disease. >> abby, thank you. all right, coming up next, donald trump makes a scorching attack against hillary clinton. it lasted about an hour and he
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illegal immigration has been one of donald trump's signature issues from the beginning and he emphasized this in an attack speech on hillary clinton yesterday as he read a letter from a mother whose son was killed by a drunk illegal. >> hillary is not concerned about you or i. she is only concerned about the power of the presidency and the power that it would bring. she needs to go to prison to pay for the crimes that she's already committed against our
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country. that's from mrs. mendoza. >> well, here to react, the mother who wrote that letter, mary ann mendoza. thank you for being with us again, mary ann. great to see you. what was your reaction -- and how did you find out that he was reading that letter? >> i actually started to get text messages from friends telling me, are you listening to donald trump's speaking and i was recording the speech, so i wasn't watching it live. i wasn't forewarned about it at all, but i was very honored that number one, he mentioned my son and it did my heart good. >> yeah. when your son was killed by this drunk driver, this drunk driver was wanted on charges including burglary, assault, leaving the scene of the accident. he had been in this country for probably two decades illegally. this is the kind of person that donald trump would like to deny the access to the united states. you're behind him. you say donald trump is right
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when he says, let's build a wall. >> absolutely. there's no way we can have a reformed immigration act in this country without stopping the people from entering this country who have ill will towards american citizens. the -- it's not only our southern border, you know, it's all of the syrian refugees. it is all of the people who are here on expired visas, who continue to stay in our country and once they have -- first of all, they've committed a crime being here illegally and then secondly, if they go on to commit another crime the leniency that our country shows these criminals is disgusting. these are the types of things that hillary stands for and these are the types of things that i am so solidly against and so is mr. trump. >> have you made the effort to explain your point of view do you think to other democrats or people in your life or hillary clinton herself? >> i'm sorry, what? >> like your point of view on illegal immigration as compared to theirs? >> no, you know, i've talked to a lot of liberal friends and
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it's a very sore point right now. and until you're affected by illegal immigration the way that i have been and thousands of others, you will never understand what this does to your family. the remembrance project has been strong at standing solidly with all of us bringing us victims' families together. they have been a huge part of my journey. >> absolutely. >> mary ann, we remember your son, brandon, this morning, served as a police officer for our country for 13 years. god bless you. thanks for being with us today. >> thank you very much. all right. meanwhile, you have seen him on "fox & friends" but you probably have never seen him like this. up next, we're getting into the ring with a member of our fox family to see which candidate scored a knockout -- that's the guy right there. >> i never saw allan combs look like that. >> and the administration is going to fight terrorism with love. can we turn the other cheek when it comes to terrorism?
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here's some headlines for you. baltimore on edge this morning. because in a few hours a verdict is expected for the police officer facing the most serious charge in freddie gray's death. officer goodson was driving the police van when gray suffered the deadly spinal injury. he is accused of giving gray a rough ride. he is charged with second degree murder. and he set a car on fire and made fake bombs out of chocolate bars. now alex brizzi, the man who
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terrorized that station is not going to be held criminally responsible. instead he's going to the state hospital. a judge said he's not mentally stable. brian? all right, ainsley, loretta lynch claims we may never know why the islamic terrorist murdered all the victims in orlando, but she did reveal a plan to beat him. >> we stand with you to say that the good in this world far outweighs the evil. that our common humanity transcends our differences and that our most effective response to terror and to hatred is compassion, unity, and it's love. >> okay, so all you need is love to fight the terrorists. let's debate that. with a fox news contributor, our reverend degraph is here and bishop e.w. jackson a former marine. e.w., all we need is love? >> this goes to show how confused the folks are. look, brian, someone attacked
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your wife and children, you mean to tell me you'd stand there and say, you know, i'm going to love you. well, of course not. because you love your wife and children, you have a responsibility to them first. and our government has a responsibility to us as americans. a constitutional responsibility to defend our safety and our security. so applying the sort of specious, religious nonsense to that concept is just an insult to the american people. no wonder we're under attack by terrorists. >> reverend, i have to be honest, i agree with more with the bishop here. i was stunned and offended by the statement. am i not just evolved with my religion? >> i don't know that the attorney general was trying to make a religious statement in the first place. i believe in love, love got us up after pearl harbor. love of country, love of god and love of family. >> not love of the japanese -- not love of the japanese war machines. >> and when david went to fight goliath, he brought love and a
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rock. so i don't think that they're mutually exclusive. >> and in the battle -- reverend -- one second. in the battle of midway, were we showing love? >> i'm saying we were showing love of country and of sell. nothing wrong with loving your family. there's nothing wrong with loving your country. and when you do that, you have to be prepared to defend it. >> bishop, do you think it's the wrong message? because when you have an enemy you can't physically embrace that enemy and keep in mind too donald trump went on to say the main victims of islamic terror are fellow muslims. >> well, look, no wonder the church in america is so confused because you have nonsense like that being spewed that's theological malpractice. when david fought goliath, david didn't go singing, tiptoeing through the tulip, i love you, go lie yat. he said, i'm going to cut your head off and feed it to the
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birds because he was threatening the people of israel. look, they're cutting off the heads of children and to bring the context of love into a discussion like that, i mean, it's almost madness. but this is where political correctness goes when you're told you can't mention that it's even islamic terror. we better deal with it for what it is or we'll see a lot more americans die. >> that's hog wash and you know it. this is about love of country and love of self and love of principle. and not letting the dark side conquer light. >> you don't know what you're talking about. >> that's what americans know. donald trump is not in the equation and loretta lynch is leading as one of the most historic attorney generals in american history. >> reverend, when you see the christians on their knees, wearing jumpsuitis knowing thei heads are going on the cut off, are you loving the terrorists? >> it's not love of the terrorists but love of god. >> how do you survive that moment? >> you have a right to defend yourself against terrorists.
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and so no one is saying that love equals abdication or surrender. people are saying that you have a love of country. defend your country. no one is saying that. and loretta lynch is clearly not saying that. that's political hog wash to try and to prop this up as something that it's not. everyone who goes to church on sunday mornings knows that. >> okay. and -- >> well -- >> finally, bishop. >> this is what liberals do. when they don't like the facts, they just change them. and everybody is supposed to believe -- don't believe what you see and heard, but believe me -- >> that's what you do -- don't have a leg to stand on. >> stand on the bible -- i stand on my bible. >> all right. reverend -- >> i don't know which bible that is. >> of course you don't. of course you don't. >> bishop, guys -- >> thank you. thank you. >> very good debate, but no one cut off loretta lynch. she says we defeat the terrorists with love and this makes us wonder why we bought all that camouflage and armor
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and a defense budget -- >> bombs can't just defeat terrorists. >> we have to find some way to get them off this planet so they don't care us. >> well, let's send him out there to defend us. i'm sure he'll persuade them without the bombs and the bullets. >> they seem so open to debate. thanks so much, guys. >> thank you. >> thank you. all right, straight ahead, he was bin laden's bodyguard. he was the latest one released from gitmo. if you see him, give him a hug. where is he now? and the political slugfest getting nastier by the day. i'm going to pause. >> just like he shouldn't have his finger on the button, he shouldn't have his hands on our economy. >> they totally own her and that will never ever change including if she ever became president, god help us. >> so who scored the knockout? we're getting in the ring with the member of our fox family, a
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♪ ♪ before the bare necessities, the simple bare necessities, forget about worries ♪ that's a bear walking around the new jersey neighborhood. might be in your backyard, steve. on two feet. looks like a human, right? >> i don't know if it is not a human. the black bear called by the name petals has a permanently injured paw and is missing the other, forcing it to walk upright. >> petals is seen exploring for several minutes and then vanishing. the bear was first sighted last year. he came back for more. >> is he friendly? >> the photographer is very close to him. so maybe. >> we had one about that size who did the same thing. and then just went up the
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neighbor's tree, about 50 feet. >> didn't gentle ben fight crime? didn't he? >> i don't remember that part. maybe off camera. >> i think he should have. >> abby is here for some headlines, guys. should talk to her. >> bear, you guys, are just like humans. good to be here. we have some headlines for you. one of bin laden's closest c confidants with ties to 9/11 was released. he was at guantanamo bay for 14 years. so far nearly 200 released from gitmo have returned to terrorism. well, the new york police department is showing support for the gay community with this brand-new rainbow suv. the patrol car unveiled ahead of the gay pride parade this weekend. it features a message of support for the orlando shooting victims, reading our heart goes out to orlando. well, how is this for a reunion?
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>> hello! >> k-9 officers dutch and bailey leaping into their trainer's arms after two weeks apart. as you can see they're overjoyed to have london police officer mark richardson back. the officer was on leave. man, my golden retriever just sits at home when i walk in the door. doesn't even move. >> she knows you're coming back. >> something like that. we're in the ring now because the race for the white house is a knock down, dragout fight with hillary clinton and donald trump slugging it out on the trail until voters make the final decision in november. each week we'll be stepping into the title boxing ring with former prized fighter and political analyst ed rollins to score the fight. he's the cochair of trump's super pac. this week's all about the money. ed, let's start right here. tell me who this guy is. >> looks like a terrorist. he'd be arrested today. that was when i was the white house political director.
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i was sort of the enforcer in those days. that's a picture we sent to all the congressmen who wouldn't vote for reagan's bills. >> don't want to get worked over by him. >> the problem doing this segment, my boxing career was 50 years ago and i was 50 pounds lighter. so thank you for bringing back the old memories. >> to make you feel right at home, you were a boxer for many years out in california. >> are you ready to rumble? rollins? >> let's get it on. let's get it on. >> just like on tv. >> round one. hillary clinton on wall street. >> trump will take us back to where we were before the crisis. he'd rig the economy for wall street again. >> she made $21.6 million giving speeches to wall street banks and other special interests and in less than two years secret speeches that she does not want to reveal under any circumstances to the public. i wonder why. >> we wonder why.
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all right, so how do you -- we'll get the official score at the end, but what's happening? >> he definitely scored on that one. all the wall street people have given her big money. no one quite understands why anybody gets $21 million to give speeches in a two-year period you don't want to disclose. accusing him of rigging wall street he's never been a wall street guy, he's a builder and a developer. thank round goes to him. >> then curious about the bernie people because she has been all about taking wall street's money. you know, he says it's rigged. all right. round two. hillary versus trump on business. >> he has said he's qualified to be president because of his business record. he's written a lot of books about business. they all seem to end at chapter 11. >> i started off in brooklyn, new york. not so long ago. with a small loan and built a business that today is worth well over $10 billion.
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the other candidate in this race has spent her entire life making money for special interests. hillary clinton has perfected the politics of personal profit and even theft. she ran the state department like her own personal hedge fund. >> okay, ed, so what happened there? i'll tell you this. that chapter 11 thing was kind of funny. >> it was funny and obviously reminded people he had bankruptcies in addition to his success. also the story of starting with a small pot of money from my father is not quite true. it was $1 million. but he took that $1 million and became a billionaire, she didn't. in the end, i think using the state department as her own hedge fund or whatever, it was a good line. >> all right. round three, hillary versus trump on foreign donations. >> hillary clinton wants to bring in people who believe women should be enslaved and
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gays put to death. maybe her motivation lies among the more than 1,000 foreign donations hillary failed to disclose while at the state department. hillary clinton may be the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency of the united states. >> there's no surprise he doesn't understand these things. the clinton foundation helps poor people around the world get access to life saving aids medicine. donald trump uses poor people around the world to produce his line of suits and ties. >> okay, so some more sound bites there. what happened in that round? >> a little hypocrisy on her part. she's taking money from people who are corrupt and sexually exploited the people.
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he at least gave them jobs. i think he clearly won that round. >> so brian go ahead, look that up. no expense spared. >> i noticed that. >> let's long at the three -- let's look at the three rounds. round one goes to trump. why? >> i think he just had a better attack on her. >> all right. round two goes to hillary. ed, that's kind of curious because you were talking about business. that's his department. >> he didn't articulate as well as he should. he will in the future. >> and round three -- >> donation she's clearly vulnerable on that front. >> split decision. >> i think trump used that speech to turn around the last couple of weeks that have been slow and bad for him. >> in the last couple of weeks people are talking about well, he's had terrible poll numbers but she clinched the nomination for the most part on her side. >> she did. >> she was owed a bounce and she got it. >> she got her bounce. very easy -- very knock down race all the way. >> one bit of as vice for donald trump if he were to call you up
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on the phone? >> write yourself for $25 million, hire the people to get through the convention, do your fund-raising more effectively and stay on that message you're on yesterday. keep her on the defense. >> all right. well, he's got the money. >> thank you. >> boom boom ed rollins, thank you for joining us in the ring. meanwhile, house democrats grinding congress to a screeching halt with the sit-in on gun control overnight. did they get their point across or did it fall flat? we'll report and you will decide. and did you know not all condiments are made equally? coming up, next we'll weigh the healthy and the not so healthy options for your burgers and your dogs.
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america. will congress next go to the u.s. supreme court and sit in there or teach in there, will they next go to the white house and sit in there and teach in there? where will they next upset the apple cart? will where they say, we'll go to the state capital in albany, california. we're going to upset the legislative apple cart and say you can't enact any kind of legislation because we're going to sing, we're going to dance, we're going to sit in, and we're going to stop it because this is a spectacle that we can't get the attention that we can get at the convention. it's a floor demonstration and a democratic convention. it's a street rally. and there is no place in the congress for a street rally, whether it's republican or whether it's democrat. so you think about the great decorum. you think about the great dignity of a congress, whether it agrees with itself or it doesn't. but now we have absolute chaos
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and absolute disregard for the rule of law and it's a bad example for all americans. no wonder people say this congress sucks. because they proved it last night. >> talk about dignity. when you look at the pictures it's like kindergarteners sitting on the carpet, down on the floor. >> you're right. let's show two iconic pictures that we saw in america this week. people on the left, and that little girl standing on the toilet on the right. what do they have in common? the truth is, that little girl standing on that toilet because congress through the democrats sit on their behind. so now we invoke a john lennon and yoko ono in a love-in. so we invoke the protesters in india trying to collect a debt. so now we invoke occupy wall street in the halls of congress.
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let's invoke this iconic symbol of the signing of the constitution, one of the most famous symbols in america. they disagreed with each other but they came together. america can come together. we can stop gun violence, we can stop terror. but the democrats in congress have to stop their nonsense first. stand up for what they believe in. don't interrupt congress. it really is deplorable and disturbing and all americans they should be calling congress around saying, cut it out. cut it out now. >> peter johnson jr., thank you. >> good to see you. she is the immigration boss blamed for halting the arrest of a san bernardino terror suspect and rumor has it she's getting the state department's highest honor. did you know not all condiments are madthere they ar. coming up next, we're going to be weighing the healthy and the not so healthy options for your burgers and your dogs. 4th of july around the corner. but today, on this day in 1983, "flash dance" this was the number one song on the charts.
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"may i be excused?" get the new xfinity tv app and for the first time ever stream live tv, watch on demand, and download your dvr shows anywhere. check your calendar, the summer has just begun, which means it's time for burgers and hot dog, but what do you put on them that sometimes what you put on is not as healthy as you think. >> which condiment is the best and the worst for you and your family? >> some are good, some are bad, so says dr. marc segal who is joining us to put us through the test. some people say the worst thing for you is the burger, but some of the condiments aren't good for you. like special sauce. >> there's a huge difference, i saw brian peeking. i want you to put them in order.
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you're the special cooks. put the least healthy on the right. >> i would say least healthy over here. >> most healthy on the left -- >> that has a lot of sugar. salt. i would say -- >> what's the most healthy. what's the least? >> that's the healthiest. >> wait, you already cheated. >> last chance. take a final look. >> there's got mayonnaise in it. not as good as the french's. >> you're saying the ketchup is worst? i want to be clear. mustard is the best. >> i think the ranch is the worst. >> tell us. >> which is better for you? fat or sugar? >> here we go. >> oh. i'm shocked by this. >> let's explain why the mayonnaise is the worst. i love tuna and mayo, and i love it mayo on my sandwiches. i'm going to stop using it because it's ten grams of fat per tablespoon. a hundred calories per tablespoon. same thing with the ranch dressing. eight grams of fat in a tablespoon. 100 calories. i mean, you're not even supposed to have a thousand in your whole
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day. can you imagine, you put a little mayo with your tuna and you have a hundred? >> do it with egg whites? >> they're not, they're egg yolks. even looking under the thing. >> vlasic is number three? >> it has too much sugar in it. this is loaded with sugar. barbecue sauce, six grams of sugar. ketchup has lycopenes in it and that reduces the prostate cancer and improves your heart function but it has too much sugar in it. four grams. >> come on, john kerry. >> i'm going to reveal -- here's the secret. here's the secret. mustard. mustard and tabasco sauce. >> healthiest for you. >> do you know why they're great, they have great taste. mustard turns off hunger in your brain. put mustard on the burger like at "fox & friends," the saturday and sunday, the yankees game.
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>> if you put on mustard and ketchup, you have a good and a bad thing, and they cancel each other out? >> no. mustard almost has zero calorie, low in salt. it has potassium in it. this also is lower in salt. salt is key. i like soy sauce, but it's got one-third of the amount of salt you're spozed to have in a day. mustard and tabasco sauce low in salt. >> dr. siegel, brought to you by french's. >> wear it on the sleeve next time. >> it's the hot dog guys they're paying for it. >> thank you, dr. siegel. meanwhile on a thursday -- fox news alert. the american famis captured by iranian, what's the punishment? could your honey do list be the glue that's holding your marriage together? the elmer's in your life. wait until you hear how experts links splitting household chores
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good morning. it's thursday, june 23rd, i'm ainsley earhardt. this just in. the u.s. sailors captured by the iranian army will now be disciplined for their actions. we have the breaking details on their punishment straight ahead. >> you'll want to hear that. while you were sleeping there was chaos on capitol hill. democrats staged a sit-in over gun control and one republican had enough and called them out. >> talking about radical islam! radical islam killed these people! >> it's not guns, it's terrorism, louie gohmert said.
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we're live in washington because that sit-in is still kind of going on. and she's blamed with stopping the arrest of a suspected terrorist in the san bernardino case. and now she's getting the highest honor. can you figure it out? mornings are better with "friends." ♪ yep, that is george hamilton without a shirt and sitting on a beach with geraldo rivera, also in a speedo. >> looks like a serious interview, right? >> when you lose your luggage, what are you going to do? not do the interview? >> this is what people wore out in malibu back in the '70s. >> i lived through it, i remember it. listen, it was historic when the two of them were on the show a month or two ago. george hamilton is going to join
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us again. another little bit of history. he is about to reveal a huge secret impacting american culture. >> brian, you have to have something to say about that picture. >> no. i think the picture says it all. let's go to abby huntsman. >> they looked pretty good in the photo. i think they look pretty good. we have some headlines to bring you this morning. we begin with a fox news alert. the video is disgusting. u.s. sailors forced to their knees by iran and now they're being punished? the sailors made a series of embarrassing decisions that made the u.s. look weak. well, now more than half of them are facing disciplinary action. this after the obama administration thank iran for how the country treated our sailors. also this morning, another officer shot dead in cold blood at point blank range. this happened while he was patting down a suspect in broad daylight and the motive -- the suspect was on probation and didn't want the deputy to find his gun. 50-year-old david michel was
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questioning neveaux when he shot him. neveaux was found hiding in a nearby backyard. well, the coast guard making a grim discovery in the search for the family lost at sea. this is just a heart breaking story. crews recovering a body after a father and his three teenagers set sail from sarasota to ft. meyers. the coast guard is still trying to stay optimistic. >> we're continuing to hit it hard with everything we've got. this is a tragic event, but we're still -- we're still hopeful for the three other people that are out there. >> the coast guard also finding an emergency flare, a propane tank and the family's kayak. an immigration official blamed for hindering the arrest of the man who gave the weapons
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to the san bernardino terrorists is being rewarded. irene martin is getting the award for valor which is the department's highest honor. she is accused of keeping suspects waiting to arrest enrique martinez and then lying about it. the award insults past award recipients. a bit of a head scratcher there. those are your headlines. >> yeah, what's up with that? thank you, abby. well, breaking at this hour, a floor fight in congress over 19 hours in and still counting. >> a live look right now, don't know if it's c-span or if it's periscope where house democrats are staging a dramatic sit-in like college kids on campus. their topic though today, gun control. >> or like occupy wall street. tempers flaring overnight, screaming, signs. and of course singing. ♪ ♪ we shall overcome some day >> garrett tenney is live in washington, d.c., with the dramatic protests and more on the story. good morning.
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>> reporter: steve, brian, ainsley, good morning. it was a long night on capitol hill and nearly 21 hours later, it's still going on. but it really reached its point, its tipping point last night when nearly 200 democrats flooded the floor of the house and refused to leave until house speaker paul ryan would agree to schedule a vote on several gun control measures. that didn't happen. but those 200 democrats were yelling, chanting and singing in protest all while republicans were trying to carry on with business as usual. you can tell from the video, you can barely hear paul ryan. that was not easy. >> pursuant to to the order of the house, the unfinished business is the veto message of the budget on house joint resolution 88. >> reporter: in the wake of the orlando shooting democrats are aggressively pushing the issue of gun control. and particularly with it being an election year, they see this as a winning issue for them.
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paul ryan has said there will be no vote on the measures but democrats are still claiming victory with the protest and vowing to continue to push the issue. >> we will not be happy. we will not be satisfied. we will not be pleased until we do something in a major way. make a major down payment on ending gun violence in america. >> reporter: the politics surrounding these protests are hard to ignore. in fact, democrats are actually now fund-raising off of the all night takeover. paul ryan alluded to that yesterday afternoon. >> this is nothing more than a publicity stunt that's point number one. point number two is this bill was already defeated in the united states senate. this is not a way to try and bring up legislation. >> reporter: democrats say they're not taking no for an answer now and after 21 hours a
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handful are still there on the house floor. carry on the protests. steve, brian and ainsley. >> they are. thank you very much. although the house officially adjourned a little after 3:00 a.m. how many times on this program through years have we shown images of parliaments of asia behaving badly and now it's us. >> we're talking about it this morning. if that was their goal, for it to be the headlines this morning it's working, but then you have the flip side. you have paul ryan saying this is a publicity stunt, they're focused on the wrong thing and it's ridiculous. >> breaking until july 5th. louie gohmert joined us earlier and he brought us inside the activity last night. this here he is. >> this is unprecedented. it was incredible. they were blocking -- so they up for rights.
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they were taking away rights. and i'm telling you, brian. it was incredible to see, you know, real american folk heroes like john lewis who were brutalized and stood up for civil rights, folks were there using the instruments that helped gain civil rights to try to take away people's civil rights. >> and his whole point was when he -- you know, went ballistic and we saw that during the live periscope because they had turned off the c-span cameras, he was saying the issue -- it wasn't the gun control issue that killed those people down in orlando. it was islamic terrorism and that's what louie gohmert was saying. we asked you what you thought. >> patricia said, the democrats are mixed up. why don't they do something about the illegal guns on the streets in chicago instead of trying to disarm law-abiding citizens? >> sally said it's all for sure, not interested in the circus. >> lopez tweets this is
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embarrassing and the very reason that trump has to get in. he'll separate the children from the adults. you know what? i think this could mobilize the right, because of people on the political right are probably going to say, you know, do we really want people like that in charge and then on the political left, it's going to mobilize them because they're going to say, look, the only way we can get anything done is if we take back the house and the senate. >> i think the country realizes guns are here. but i also think when senator john cornyn offers up something to work with and susan collins and others in the senate, they see a problem with mateen getting a gun and knowing that he was interviewed three times by the fbi and they were not alerted that he was buying this arsenal. >> i mean, the republicans are all about due process. the people deserve and the constitution guarantees due process. >> but not for omar mateen. >> brian, something happened. the fbi dropped the ball in some measure. but then again they did a thorough investigation at that point and he was not a terrorist. >> but steve, he was not on the
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terror watch list but even if he was he could get a gun. >> you didn't deny an american the due process. how many people -- how many innocent people are on the terror watch list? you can get on that list by posting a joke on facebook and suddenly you're on the watch list and you can't buy a gun. >> we shouldn't have to be talking about the constitution because the fbi should have done their job. period. >> well, the fbi interviewed him three times but even in 2013, 2014, when he was on the list, he could still walk into that gun shop and get that gun and the fbi wouldn't have been notified. that's the problem. >> you used the operative phrase, interviewed him three times. enough is enough. >> they didn't arrest him, but he was on the watch list. 64,000 on the watch list over 8 -- over 400,000 on the no fly list. if you want to get something done, say hey, six months we're going to thin out this list that started in 2003 after the 9/11
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attacks. then we'll find a way to stop the nix -- next terrorist like his dad who seems to have a dicey background and him and whoever he was talking to on the phone, as catherine herridge said he might have been talking to somebody else and find out way he won't get a gun. better yet, keep the watch list going, if you want to keep the investigation going, that gun store owner who has to be an upstanding american citizen, first one that rejected him, calls the fbi and the fbi says, we're going to question that guy. before we give him the gun, we're question that guy. >> they have to figure out a system where you are -- you know, you get your due process. >> right. >> because you have to protect yourself. and, you know, how long are people on watch lists? sometimes for years for no good reason. they have to speed it up. just figure it out. and that's the problem right now. that's why -- and keep in mind, the four senate bills considered earlier in the week, not a single one of them would have stopped what happened in orlando
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or would have stopped sandy hook or would have stopped san bernardino. that is just a fact. >> but if you take 72 hours to look at the guy's background and the fbi has to be notified, until they sign off you don't get your gun, that's it, if the fbi is overwhelmed you have to wait. we wait in the mail for licenses, we wait for insurance. we wait in the mail for checks. you have to wait if you're on the fbi watch list to get a gun. >> how long? how long would you recommend that you -- >> let people -- that's what the debate should be about. >> when you talk about your day in court you're supposed to get a speedy day in court. >> is it 72 hours you have to wait? that's not enough. why isn't it like months? should be months. a good point. >> all right. we're debating it. we'd like to hear your comments. foxandfriends.com. meanwhile, hillary clinton and donald trump unleashing brutal attacks. look at this. >> hillary clinton and as you know she -- most people know she's a world-class liar. >> so what do the voters think
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all right. let's talk politics. talk on the campaign trail heating up this week as clinton and trump slam each other's records, but what do the voters think of the rhetoric? pollster lee carter has put the biggest moments sound bite wise together for us. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> with the three sound bites we're going to see a big turn around from the independents. aren't we? >> we are. the last two weeks the independents had lost interest this trump and they're back. >> first sound bite, here's hillary clinton yesterday in north carolina talking about mr. trump. >> he's been involved in more than 3,500 lawsuits in the last 30 years. and a large number were filed by ordinary americans and small businesses that did work for trump and never got paid.
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painters, waiters, plumbers, people who needed the money and didn't get it. not because he couldn't pay them. but because he could diss them. >> the blue line, the democrats loved it. the yellow -- independents are down there with the republicans. >> they sure are. democrats love this, gave it an "a." independents a "c." obviously it's not surprising republicans didn't like it as much. what's interesting is about her attacks. she goes tactical. she buries the lead. starts with 3,500 lawsuits what she's trying to say he's hurt the working class, taking advantage of the working class. his success son their backs. so the lead is buried. elizabeth warren does a much better attack than hillary clinton. >> cleaner sound bites? >> exactly right. >> here's a sound bite getting a lot of attention.
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trump referring to hillary clinton with the "l" word. watch the lines. >> hillary clinton and as you know, she -- most people know she's a world-class liar. just look at her pathetic e-mail server statements or her phony landings. or her phony landing in bosnia where she said she was under attack and the attack turned out to be young girls handing her flowers. >> okay, so the independents way up high with the republicans. >> and that's the big story here. republicans, independents, an "a." he got his mojo back. he was on the offense and he's got to stay there. he's got to get away in the defensive and he's getting the independents back. >> we have been playing the sound bite over the last 48 hours, loretta lynch in the wake
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of what happened in orlando she said the key to terrorism -- love. >> we stand with you to say that the good in this world far outweighs the evil. that our common humanity transcends our differences and that our most effective response to terror and to hatred is compassion, unity and it's love. >> so democrats liked the love and independents and republicans -- >> they gave it an "f" because the dials went down, but also the commentary that came back to us. people want strength right now. they want to feel safe. they want to feel secure. while a lot of people said this is a very nice sentiment it seems naive. >> the good news for republicans is the independents once again are on their side. >> it's really, really fascinating to see it. but independents are back with the republicans. >> thank you, lee. a lawmaker says the most dangerous people with guns aren't criminals. they're police officers and soldiers. we'll tell you who said that coming up. is the housing market headed for another huge boom? is now the time to buy or sell?
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all right. 24 minutes after the top of the hour on the thursday. headlines now. the city of baltimore on edge this morning because in a couple of hours a verdict is expected for the police officer facing the most serious charges in the death of freddie gray. officer caesar goodson is charged with second degree murder, accused of giving gray a rough ride that led to his death. and an elected democrat accused of stealing nearly $2,000 from taxpayers. arizona state representative cecilia velasquez is facing food
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stamp fraud charges. and in north carolina, a durham council woman called police officers and soldiers the most dangerous people with guns. she is walking it back after a firestorm of criticism. jillian johnson said i believe that state sanctioned violence is more dangerous than nonstate sanctioned violence. there you go. ainsley and brian? >> now i feel better about that story. well, there's a new report and it finds that the housing market hasn't bounced back. the reason, lower incomes are to blame and more are choosing to rentd instead of buy. >> they're waiting for ainsley to jump into the market. what do the home ownership hurdles mean for the market? bob massi is joining us with the housing forecast. are things getting better? >> parts of the country they are, brian. different price ranges they are. i understand that the prices in san francisco, new york are crazy. but if you take vegas for example, homes from $250,000 to
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$500,000 are appreciating well. they're good buys. higher end homes a again if we compare that to san francisco and to new york, it's like -- you're not getting much unfortunately. but yes, in some areas, in some locations, certain price ranges things are getting better. >> more than a third of the folks out there are renting. 36%. >> yeah. yeah. the problem is, ainsley, a lot of the people renting are still recovering from their credit problems. they went through foreclosures and short sales, loan modificati modifications. lenders are getting tougher, although i have some concerns with the lending practices going on also. so part of that is, not that they don't want to own, they can't own. one of the things that concerns me that was in that article they touched on is we still have to talk about these foreclosures that haven't happened. one of the big things of concern for me is if we remember back,
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brian, a couple of years ago we talked about the loan modifications and how much they go for, now, loan modifications usually was a five-year plan where the first year you paid a point and a half, 2 and a half. what's happening is they're maturing. so this year, for example, those loan mods that are five years out, now those monthly payments could double and what that could mean is that we're facing more foreclosures and short sales again. >> you also talk about too, the next generation as their incomes are done between the ages of 18 and 34 and 18% down between 335 and 44. the next generation can't get into the housing market and they're choosing to rent. >> you know, brian, we did the third season of the show in scottsdale about two months ago. it will air in the fall. we went to arizona state university and i interviewed so many of the kids on the campus
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and i asked them, do you want to rent or buy, do -- one kid said i never want to have a 40-year obligation anywhere. another kid said i can't buy because i can't afford -- my student loans. so these young kids are faced with the student loans issue as we know. and the fact that some of these kids don't ever want to buy, you know, because of the 40-year obligation. i said, talk to me in ten years when you have a wife and kids, you'll want to buy. >> you have to put down 25%. some of the renters wrote in. carol said, my condo association refuses to pay for a remodel of a drywall after a flood from a 3-year-old water heater. should they have to repair that drywall? >> you have to look at the covenants and restrictions as sort of the road map. you have to look at those closely. see what in fact the association owns, what part of that wall do they own. and if they do own part of that wall, then they could be obligated to pay. you have to get somebody, a lawyer, competent lawyer to read those and look at them and tell
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them what the obligations are. >> maybe she owns that condo. would that be the case? if you rent -- they're supposed to pay, right? >> yeah. different situations if you rent, but regardless, the question is going to be who owns what part of the walls and what responsibilities they have legally. >> and nobody else with any other real estate questions out of the viewership. so that's where we'll end it. we'll watch you saturday and sunday at 3:00 -- >> hey, brian, real quick. you did an amazing job in orlando in a very tough situation. >> thanks. >> i wanted to say that. it was fantastic. >> i appreciate it. it was a great opportunity to be down there. all right. you can e-mail bob with your questions. straight ahead, you heard the new strategy defeat terror. kill them with kindness and love. >> our most effective response to terror and to hatred is compassion, unity, and it's love. >> wow. is that really a good idea?
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let's bring in george hamilton, friend of this program. he's got big announcement we'll get to in a moment. he's out in hollywood. hello there, mr. hamilton. >> hey, my friends, i saw you a few weeks ago. we had a good time. >> it was terrific. so we had to invite you back because you've got big news. but first, have you been watching that in hollywood, what was going on actually is still going on on the floor of the u.s. house where the democrats hijacked things. they wanted to bring up the opportunity to vote on gun control, but the speaker of the house said no. what do you make of this? >> well, it sounded like the dinner party last night at jon voight's. [ laughter ] >> we weren't invited to. >> how did that go? i put that in there. i don't know much about it. i just saw it this morning. i think that's a pretty -- it's finally getting down to the idea that somebody has to pull the trigger and it may be not the gun's fault and it could be
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mental illness that we have to deal with in america. maybe that's the underlying problem. don't you think? >> or terrorists who want to kill us and feel as though they're totally sane. the attorney general loretta lynch went down to orlando and had a theory on what we can do to fight terrorists. >> yes. >> we're going to watch it. >> we stand with you to say that the good in this world far outweighs the evil. that our common humanity transcends our differences and that our most effective response to terror and to hatred is compassion, unity and it's love. >> does that work for you? >> it does until someone pulls out a gun. >> right. >> exactly. >> yeah, you should love the terrorist. >> yeah, i just think that guns shouldn't be so available. in an argument, that can advance you to death very quickly. people need to be taken away
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from their impulsiveness. there are a lot of people who move immediately and think later. i think we have to get the guns back into the hands of the people who are responsible. >> yeah. >> i don't think it's a great idea. >> well, you know, we have so many rules already on the books, george. and the democrats want more. but, you know, the thing is, none of the measures that were considered earlier by the u.s. senate would have stopped what happened in orlando or san bernardino or sandy hook. >> no, but it's -- we do know that way, way too many assault guns are out there. we all know that. and you're just -- you can't -- it takes any incident and turns it into a rapid fire you know, demolition derby. guns are one thing to protect yourself and they were there at a certain time in our history. now to have an assault rifle and to be able to kill that many people it's frightening to the people who are out there who
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don't have guns and it make -- and it amps it all up. i'm sort of against that, but i'm not a political person. i'm a very private person, strangely enough in all of that. >> well, you're talk about politics -- talking about politics, right. >> by the way it was not an assault rifle. but we'll move on. >> true. >> we wanted to talk about not only politics but you have a big reveal this morning. what is it? >> well, should i just tell the story or should we roll it along and -- >> let's roll the brand-new commercial and america will know what george's new job is. watch. >> hey, there, folks. it's me, the extra crispy colonel. i love original recipe, but in this sizzling summer heat, i'm feeling a little extra crispy. my extra crispy $20 bill is double bread and fried to the luxurious mouth watering prize.
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it's not only a product by a lifestyle. >> that is hilarious. you are famously super tanned and kfc said he's our extra crispy guy. >> i thought you'd think -- it works. i mean -- >> it does. absolutely. >> yeah. i mean, my son who goes to military school said, dad, you have to do this. he said it's just the coolest thing. i said cool, what's cool about it? dad, the whole school is depending on it. we all want the $20 fill up meal with the crunchy chicken. i'm doing a big thing for my kids in school. everywhere i go i'm a kentucky colonel. i talk like that now. i can just -- you know? hell, i'm going to come see you guys next week or two. can i come up and see you? >> that would be great. >> george, in all seriousness, not many people knew how versatile kentucky fried chicken was. they can go extra crispy. until george hamilton takes the wheel -- the bull by the horns we didn't know this. >> well, you know, there's an
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original formula. >> yes. >> i ate that through school. actually, i met the colonel. i was doing plays out in -- i think it was warren, dayton, columbus, ohio. i meet him one morning. he's on the same radio show. i never knew i'd grow up to be the colonel sanders. i mean, it's really kind of life's work here don't you think? something to be -- it's like a battle commission i just got. >> well, you look just like him and you sound great and it's a funny job. ladies and gentlemen, the new extra crispy colonel sanders, george hamilton. george, when you come back to new york, stop by, there's a place on the couch. >> may i comment and can i talk as the colonel for all of the political things as well? >> yeah, extra crispy chicken and you can't wear a shirt. >> i love you, i'll be seeing you soon. now don't you forget to get our $20 fill up or the $5 fill up meal and i'll bring stuff over for you. >> you're great. >> you're embracing the tan.
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thanks so much, george. >> i love you guys, thank you. >> we love you. thank you very much. >> that was wide ranging. >> it was. >> politics, guns. >> yeah. >> chicken. >> sitting in a lounge chair. >> drinking his coffee. >> i love how the colonel's tie is relaxed. >> you would think with all the chicken he would have been elevated to the general by now. stuck as a colonel. >> abby, are you a regular, do you like it regular or extra crispy -- >> extra crispy. not even an option. i'm in the mood for chicken. >> looks good. >> it is dinner time for me. so we have some headlines to get to. this just coming in. a stunning announcement about one of the most iconic photos in u.s. history. the united states marine corps saying one of the six survivors at iwo jima has been misidentified for the past 70 years. private first class harold shultz was in fact one of the six men raising the american flag and that same report states that navy corpsman john bradley the one with the crutches and
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the subject of the best seller "flags of our fathers" was not actually in the photo. oops. well, a former personal bodyguard of osama bin laden is a free man this morning, released after 14 years behind bars in gitmo. close to 200 terrorists were released from gitmo and they have returned to terror. no guns for you, but for charlie rangel, apparently it's okay. the democratic congressman says average citizens don't need guns but he does. >> well, law-abiding citizens just should haven't to carry a gun. >> but you're protected by guns all over the place here in the capitol. [ laughter ] >> well, that's -- that's different. i think we deserve -- i think we need to be protected down here. >> you heard that right. rangel telling the daily caller no one in his district should be allowed to use guns for protection xementd for him.
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switch now, buy two samsung phones and get a free tv, plus up to $650 back. only on america's best network. we have got a serious fox news alert that you need to hear about. a rare brain eating infection has claimed the life of an 18-year-old ohio girl, one day after she went out to a water park for fun. >> wow. fox 46 felicia lawrence is joining us live from charlotte, north carolina. what's the latest? >> reporter: yeah, good morning, guys. i'm live at the national whitewater center, where this is a big deal because this is a u.s. olympic training site. we have people that come here from all around the world to
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train for the olympics and we know that 18-year-old lauren sites was rafting here earlier this month. she died this past sunday. right now her death is being linked to an infection caused by an amoeba that thrives in warm, fresh water in the summer. so you can only get infected if the water is forced up your nose. the cdc does have some tips to protect yourself. they're saying you can wear nose plugs, keep your head above the water. still a lot of people wondering if the water is safe. currently, the health department, the charlotte mecklenberg health department and the cdc said the water is safe here but said this was an extremely unfortunate case. this is a rare infection that happened since 1962, only been about 138 people to catch this disease. however, there's no cure for it. only three people have survived it. and they're getting less than ten reported cases a year. so this is a very -- very rare
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occasion and the cdc is currently testing the water. they do deem it safe, however they're conducting further testing just to ensure that. we'll continue to follow this. for now they're leaving you with tips saying that you can use nose plugs or you can also do your best to keep your head above water. reporting live in charlotte, north carolina, felicia lawrence, fox 46 charlotte. >> thank you very much. just one more thing to worry about. >> i know, in the water. >> crazy. all right, coming up on a thursday, he is an expert on national security, but this morning, he's schooling us in the kitchen and he has family recipe all the way from hungary. it will make you hungry. there he is with his very tall son, paul. dr. gorka is coming up next. but first, let's check in with bill hemmer with what's coming up at the top of hour. >> i bet that involves paprika. just guessing. >> because it's hungarian goulash? >> number one export. >> it is. good morning. >> he says yes. >> smart. >> confirmed? >> confirmed.
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>> overnight fire works from the floor of the house, where is the debate going now? who made the call on the orlando terrorist? the guy who installed hillary clinton's server takes the fifth 125 times. what does he know? the campaign has gone to a new gear. we'll talk to the trump team about his defense against hillary clinton and the stunning report on the number of isis plots stopped here in the u.s. martha and i will see you, packed show, 11 minutes away, top of the hour. when cigarette cravings hit, all i can think about is getting relief. only nicorette mini has a
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all right. he's a leading authority on topics like national security and terrorism, but today he's an expert in your taste buds. dr. sebastian gorka whose hungarian parents were forced to flee during the hungarian revolution is here to share his
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recipe for hungarian goulash. joining us is his very tall 17-year-old son, paul. today we're cooking with the gorkas. good morning. >> good morning. >> you're so is tall. you're a senior? >> yeah. >> what are you going to do when you grow up? >> neurosurgery, hopefully. >> wow, look at that. a doctor just like the dad. first of all, whose recipe is this hungarian goulash? >> my mother's. >> okay. let's get start. >> you'll brown the onions first. in some oil. or you can use -- you know, if you're a naughty boy some crisco. >> naughty boy, crisco. i like it. >> brown the onion, cubed beef. use the mixture of beef and lamb. you're going to brown these. these have been slightly browned already by judy the amazing food prep person here. you'll let that brown for a bit. then most important of all -- >> the paprika. >> throw that in. >> throw that in. >> how do you help your father,
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paul? >> this is usually his deal. i make the fire pit out the back. i help him with the cast iron skillet. >> you do this in the open cauldron. >> when he is preparing the hungarian goulash is he talking about terror threats around the world? >> oh, yeah. what are you going to do? >> and what does he answer? where's your safe place? >> throw the pot at him. >> throw the pot at him. >> dr. gorka, as you stir -- >> garlic. >> more of the stuff. this is your mother's recipe. >> right. >> but your father is fascinating. i personally know the story, there's your family right there. your father was a freedom fighter. >> right. so my father resisted the communists as a 20-year-old man at college. he was betrayed by kim fillby and he gets a life sentence and escapes in the revolution of 1956. that's how he makes it with a young girl called susan who will be my wife and my mother. >> there's the wedding right there.
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>> yes. the wedding in the u.k. amazing. >> fantastic. >> we have some black pepper. >> oh, we're cooking again? [ laughter ] >> we should, i guess. most important thing is what people forget. goulash, you have to have caraway seeds. this is the secret ingredient. >> you said goulash. i thought it was goulash. >> the hungarian pronunciation is goulash. >> i'm going to confirm with your son. the neurosurgeon. >> goulash. >> he speaks hungarian. >> all right. >> through the magic of television. where does the sebastianian wine come through? >> in the food prep, judy i don't know how she did that. i said you can add a splash of red wine and she find my red wine. >> do that for a little while. through the magic of television -- >> not a little while. an hour and a half, minimum two hours. this is how it comes out. it shouldn't look like like a
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stew. it should be more liquidy. and then you can add in the last half an hour some vegetables, potatoes. >> just like that. like that. >> just like that. just like that. >> okay. >> this is why my wife does the cooking at home. great. so tell me, paul, at the gorka house and sebastian, you as well, your family has been through so much. so you must relish when you can sit down around the table and -- look, you're living the american dream. >> i'm an immigrant, thanks to people like fox, my book "defeating jihad" made the best sellers yesterday. this is the american dream. everything is possible if you just apply yourself. i love this country. so do my kids and it's the best country in the world. that's the finished product. so get some beautiful bread. you can dip it in the sauce. >> you know what, we'll going to bring in ainsley and brian and they'll taste it. thank you. ♪
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