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[national anthem] ♪ hi, friends. good morning. it's saturday, the 25th of june, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. and this is a fox news alert. deadly flooding sweeping through coal country. dozens now dead as the waters rage in west virginia. cars and homes swept away. the worry now can only get worse. >> and it's independence day. the brexit vote sending shock waives around the world. u.s. markets going into a tail spin. many are asking this morning who could be next to revolt against the elites? >> people are sick of their elites. they are sick of the corruption. they are sick of being told they have to obey some weird set of ideologies they don't believe in. >> does the brexit vote spell trouble for hillary clinton?
she thinks it does. we have got details. >> one father desperate to carry on the family name puts an ad in the classified section. do peoples use the classifieds anymore? he wrote this: will someone please marry my 48-year-old son. please. he needs help. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ ♪ hey, friends, good morning. >> good morning, everyone. welcome in on this saturday morning. >> it's independence day in the u.k. i'm celebrating anyway here on the couch. it's great to see you. >> we are going to get right to it this morning. the brexit sending world markets into a tail spin. [bell] >> the dow dropping more than 600 points and now europe is wondering who is next. >> amy kellogg is live from our bureau in london with more on that. amy? >> hi, clayton, anna, and tucker, yes, there is a lot
of talk about a possible domino effect. if brexit happened because brits brits were hoping for a better quality of life. the u.k. relative to other european countries is not doing so badly. are we looking next at a potential frexit, neexit if you look how they compare to the here. they did a lot worse. the ripple effect all of this global is stock markets around the world of course the united states falling. moodies downgraded britain's forecast from stable to negative. all eyes on european countries with strong skeptic euro screex. others are wondering if they could eventually follow suit. britain is now a divided country with an uncertain future. not everyone as you can see is celebrating and, in fact, petition circulating
gathered more than 600,000 votes. we don't believe there was enough voter turnout or enough votes for this monumental decision to go forward. but there is no indication, anna, clayton, and tucker, that there is going to be any backtracking on brexit. >> amy kellogg live for us to morning with update on that. and update what this means for your own 401(k) this morning. people liquiding stocks this morning. boy, big problems yesterday. >> everybody was against this. everybody in the media was against it. everybody in the finance world was against it i don't think most people in our world thought it was going to happen and yet it did by pretty comfortable margin. the question is why. it seems like immigration played a huge role on this. the debate centered on that question in the weeks heading up to the actual vote there is a reason. the population of the united kingdom has changed dramatically in the last 20 years thanks to immigration. >> look at this. 65 million people live in the u.k. last year alone 630,000
foreign nationals settled in to britain. 630,000. that is amazing. and the population would top 700 million in a decade if that trend continues. >> when you are town about all these systems school system and the way hospitals work. the way people live and pay their rent. there is a report in the atlantic that talks about how the reports in britain born there having a hard time finding good places. migrants coming in rich outbidding them on the desirable properties. migrants who are poor and have no problem living in a densely crowded area in one dwelling. different lifestyles and brits are accustomed to. >> that was a smart piece by david front. very little talk on how immigration has affected the lives of ordinary britains. a lot how it's improved the lives the immigrants. almost nobody ever asks what
if you think you have lived there your whole life and how does it effect you? nobody cares. >> terrible week for democrats the argument is open borders, immigration lifts all boats. not just strawberry pickers, service workers, long haul truckers. people working in hospitals and hotels. those are the jobs that are being squeezed out, blue collar, hard working americans frustrated that trump has tapped into. >> we have let in twice the number of immigrants than the jobs we have created during the obama administration how does that work? >> it's insensitive to allow immigrants to come in or even, you know, worrying about family reunification and to say that is disrespectful and unsympathetic toward immigrants really is it unsympathetic to american families trying to make it. >> distracts from the real discussion. newt gingrich was on greta and had interesting thought about the elites. he said this is a huge
indicator of trouble for hillary clinton going forward. watch this. >> so the indicators you are getting aren't just brexit, but you're seeing again and again around the world people are sick of their elites. they are sick of the corruption. and they are sick of being told they have to obey some weird set of ideologies they don't believe in. the fact is you have a clear choice here. do we move toward reform and toward taking back control of our country or do we continue to allow lawyers and diplomats and bureaucrats to set the path for us? and i think it's going to play out here as it has in europe. i think this is a very strong signal that the election this fall could literally be the american people versus the washington bureaucrats. and i think that bodes badly for hillary clinton. >> hillary said donald trump could win. they are absolutely right to be worried about that.
>> do you think donald trump will get a boost out of this or not? >> absolutely. trump's challenge is explaining why this is relevant and give a press conference that i thought fell far short of the mark explain why this matters. the trendz globally not just the united states favor candidates like trump who are representing the middle class. i mean, how does the democratic party wind up on the side against the working class? whoever thought that would happen but that's where we are. >> the argument you are hearing from democrats is that these are just mouth breathers who would vote for donald trump. the median income is $70,000 the at this typical trump voter $70,000 a year. >> is that true? >> yes. 7 othousand dollars in median polls. >> that's crazy. >> it's down and out, it's the middle class. they felt lied to by the likes of people like mitt romney and hillary clinton. so they move into that territory of donald trump. >> are all of those people
nativist and racist and zeno phobic? >> that's the argument. >> joe biden was in ireland yesterday and said this. >> we see in europe. we see it in other parts of the world. and we see it in my home country. where some politicians find it convenient to scapegoat immigrants instead of welcoming them. to play to our fears. [ applause ] to play to our fears than appeal to our angels as abraham lincoln said. unite us on ethnicity than. build walls than bridges. it has been unamerican what we have been seeing. >> that's exactly why brexit happened. most people like immigrants in europe and here they like immigrants. but to be told by elites like joe biden who has lived in a mansion since he was 29 years old that you are a
racist if you are against mass migration is just too much. how we feel if his his neighborhood was filled by people who doesn't know how to flush a toilet. it's elitist of him to call you are racist and nativist. >> we have much more throughout the morning. we have a jam-packed show for you. ff weekend. we started off the stop of the show talking about urgent search and rescue efforts in west virginia. as the state deals with the worst flooding it's seen in 100 years. they have had a couple of these 100 year floods in the last 10 years. wow. at least 23 people confirmed dead. officials warn that number auto could rise. >> waters carry away 4-year-old boy as he plays near a stream.
100 homes destroyed. ripped off the foundation. this one floating on fire. >> that's shocking. rick, good morning. >> god morning. flash flooding comes on quickly. a little creek but it rose by 30 feed in a matter of a couple of hours. water comes in quickly and goes out quickly, also. when it is so quickly. this is a look what thursday looked like this. is when all of the rain moved through. another line coming through. another batch coming through behind that. and a lot of it really heavy rain. some spots 10 inches of rain and majority falling around the 6 to 8 hour time frame. especially across eastern parts of west virginia and that causing all of that flooding. all the cleanup going on right now. the water for the most part has receded and now we have got the cleanup going on. people still without power and unfortunately it's hot and muggy as you are going through that process. some more storms today across parts of the far northern plains. get ready, i think we will see a few tornados here.
minneapolis area across wisconsin of michigan. one last story we are watching incredible heat. areas across the south. 98 degrees in atlanta. if you have cross spatters of the south. incredibly humid and uncomfortable for so many people down the south. >> a lot of drama. thank you. >> thanks, rick. 11 minutes after the hour on saturday. making headlines starting with this. police officer near philadelphia is starting for his life after being shot seven times. one of those shots fired in the face. 25-year-old christopher dorman who works for the full cross police department was responding to a call when someone opened fire. the shooting prompted a citywide manhunt. police say his bullet proof vest likely saved his life. >> these doctors said that any one of those rundz on his vest could have been fatal. he was shot in both front and back of the vest. >> the shooter, a convicted felon who was just released from prison.
he now faces charges of attempted murder. and two dangerous murder suspects back behind bars this morning after escaping from a mississippi jail through a hole in the wall. the pair vanished from their cells early on thursday morning. police say they had been carving that whole using metal tools for months. both men facing escape charges in addition to murder. president george w. bush's former treasury secretary is voting for hillary clinton. henry polson says he is crossing party lines because he says a donald trump presidency is, quote, unthinkable. saying clinton, quote, can bring americans together to do the things necessary to strengthen our economy, our environment and our place in the world. he was also the chief executive of goldman sachs before becoming treasury secretary. and those are your headlines. >> she has the goldman sachs vote tied up. shocking. >> the president is going bonkers over britain's decision to leave the european union. >> what this was really
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bigots. >> a lot of the movementss were anti-movement, white identity politics. >> what this was really about was fear, xenophobia in some cases, certainly racism. >> so is christian amanpour recovered this morning or hiding under the covers weeping. let's talk to political analyst for the media research council in washington. dan, great to see you this morning. >> thank you, tucker. great to be hun. -- on. >> in the u.s., i think the "new york post" was the only print media outlet sympathetic to brexit. why was the american media so against this? >> well, for the same reasons that the liberal media overseas was against this. i think people forget that liberal media bias does not end at the water's edge. if you saw christian okay
manpower you would have thought you were watching real housewives of cnn. she used terms like zeno phobia. anti-immigrant. identity politics. these are the exact same terms that liberals in the united states use when they lose elections. it reminded me a lot of how media reacted in years like 2010 and 2014 when president obama lost and they blamed it all on the fact that oh well there are these white voters who don't like having an african-american in the white house. it's always the same. it never changes. >> it never does. >> bad for everybody. >> christiane amanpour is a joke and always has been. predictable. the critic from the "new york times." michael wrote. this brexit, a clear sign albeit not surprisingly increased skepticism when it comes to all polling xenophobia and racism. whoa. here is my question. there is a real debate. there is a debate over the
economic effects of this that's real. you can take either side and both arely -- arely -- are legitimate in my view. >> the left think that's the winning strategy when, in fact, it's not. it overrides the other things that they could be talking about that would benefit them. there are some really -- there is some legitimate and very compelling arguments as to why the economic reasons why they should have stayed in the eu. there certainly are. it was overridden because they wanted to make everything about race. when the people watch these stories and watching news comeb tears about brexit and all they are hearing you are racist if you think this you are zen know phobia. they know in their hearts they are not voting for this because they don't like people in belgium telling them a thousand miles away
what they should be doing. >> the sad part, of course, the press is supposed to challenge people in power instead they are hand maidens. they have forfeited. >> i can't imagine anybody watching either of these two especially christiane okay manpower and saying this is objective journalist? she was clearly standing on a soapbox here. she was clearly standing on a soapbox and getting her opinions across. >> unbelievable. dan, thanks for joining us. >> thanks, tucker. >> president obama screaming foul r. >> i think it's heart breaking for the millions of immigrants who have made their lives here. raised families here. >> yeah it might be. what about the americans who actually live here and ones who lost loved ones at the hands here illegally. one is here next. the police chase that gives hollywood stunt men a run
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blocking his immigration reform, his executive action which could mean the deportation of millions of illegal immigrants. >> i think it is heart breaking for the millions of immigrants who made their lives here, who have raised families here. who hope for the opportunity to work, pay tacks, serve in our military and more fully contribute to this country we all love in an open way. >> the media echoing that sentiment as well. cover the new york daily news, take a look at that what about the heart break of families killed by illegal immigrants. in june of 2015, casey chadwick stabbed to death by illegal immigrants who should have been deported months before. casey's mother wendy hartling joins us to share their story. nice to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> when you heard the president's message this week and i'm quoting i think it's heart breaking for the millions of immigrants who made their lives here, who raised families here, who hoped for the opportunity to hope, pay taxes, serve in
our military and live in an open way, what did you think of his response? >> you know, talking about immigrants in that aspect to me, our country is based on immigrants. you know. but the part that bothered me is he didn't include anything about the illegal, the criminal aliens that do commit these heinous crimes. he was just talking about regular immigrants that are not here legally but they are not committing any crimes, you know, it's a whole different scenario for me because my daughter was killed heinously and. >> what happened? >> she was stabbed over 15 times. vertebrae, went right back into her vertebrae and shoved into a closet by someone who supposedly said he was her friend.
>> democrats have argued and others that we're watching the bad ones. we got our eye on it she shouldn't be here we are going to deport them. he should have been deported. >> they times. >> i should have deported your daughter's killer a number of times and didn't. who do you blame? >> i blame ice. i blame the federal government. i mean, they have these laws in place for deportation. if you are a criminal and you are supposed to be deported. simple as that. so, something has failed us, the ball has been dropped. if they failed my daughter and there is a group called the remembrance project, it's all children murdered by illegal aliens. and it's a really wonderful group that supposedly donald trump has supported. and they do things like for victim's advocates, medical,
provide medical counseling, walking you through the legal system for people who don't, you know, like me didn't know. >> the media has painted this as anomaly, this is very rare one off occurrence. but there is a whole advocacy group for victims. >> yes. we have survivors of homicide. the remembrance project. i just went to a convention that every year mole -- mellowed, a memorial for something she got killed. >> what do you want folks to remember about your daughter? >> everything. she was a wonderful, wonderful daughter. we were very, very close. i have four children. i love all my children, but casey and i had a special bond. and we talked and texted. >> we have some pictures here. >> okay. these are all pictures of casey. her brothers and sisters.
her dad. my mom, my nanna who has passed. these are all pictures of casey. if you look at them, even as a child, she was always beautiful. she never went through an awkward stage. she was just a very beautiful girl. and you know, her life was stolen. her life was cut short. she didn't get a chance. >> heart breaking. wenty, we appreciate you joining us this morning. thank you. >> okay. >> coming up here on the show, a news crew trapped behind a wall of fire. >> well that was fun. what do you think? [ laughter ] >> look at the flames right there. >> you have to see what they did next to get away from that. then donald trump and hillary rodham clinton unleashed harshest attacks yet on the campaign trail. lee carter has the brand new dials you will only see here. and one father desperate to carry on the family name puts an ad in the local
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presidential campaign trail. kristin fisher is live with the latest details. >> both trump and clinton are looking at what happened across the pond and trying to spin it to their advantage. clinton is saying with all this chaos and market uncertainty now is a steady person. >> he says this is a global populist movement one fueled by antiestablishment and anti-immigration sentiment. yesterday while speaking at the opening of a new trump golf club in scotland, he applauded the british people for taking their country back. he then said america is next. he followed up with email asking supporters for money. these voters stood up for nation. they took their country back. with your help, we are going to do the exact same thing on election day 2016 here in the united states of america. shortly after clinton followed suit if britain could vote to leave the eu
americans could vote trump into the white house. no matter what the collective wisdom of what our punditry has to say between now and november, donald trump has a real chance of winning this election. we can't make the same mistake. remember, both clinton and obama had urged britain to not leave the oh u. yesterday, the president said we respect their decision. >> i do think that yesterday's vote speaks to the ongoing changes and challenges that are raised by globalization. but while the u.k.'s relationship with the eu will change. one thing that will not change is the special relationship that exists between our two nations. that will endure. >> but trump is accusing both the president and hillary clinton of being on the wrong side of history. of misreading the political moment. is he hoping the same current across the atlantic will now help him win in november. clayton? >> thanks so much.
kristen fisher in d.c. >> sending the marks into a free fall -- markets into a free fall. lauren joins us this morning. >> good to see. >> you 401(k), how are they farrowing this morning in the long run. >> well, after yesterday's decline the markets are now negative for 2016. if you were feeling richer because your foifl is going up, that didn't happen yesterday. looking at the dow the worse drop 610 points. eighth worst drop that we have ever seen. look at row tirmt accounts 401(k). >> yep. >> overall investments where are we with that? >> it takes everything down and puts it into the negative territory for the year. there is about 30% of u.s. businesses that not only do business in europe they are doing it in the u.k. you do have that direct relationship, particularly the travel companies and particularly the banks. if you are invested in stocks and you are with your 401(k) half of americans are
you felt the brunts of this. don't know when it's going to end. >> i had a friend who was about to cash out all of the iras. about the worse day you could cash out ira: what happened in europe going to effect our mortgage at all. >> yes, it is now the federal reserve is saying we have the election coming up here in the u.s. and we are dealing with what's going on in the u.k. can we hike interest rates as we said we would this year? can we do it in this environment? a lot of people are saying no. 30 year 3.5%. it tracks the 10 year bond. so they can absolutely go even lower. if you are looking to buy a house, now might be your time. >> all right. that's good news there. finally travel. >> wohoo. if. >> if you are booking travel to go to england holy smokes your tickets just got cheaper and ferry tickets just got cheaper. >> the last time i was in
england i didn't want to eat because it was so expensive. yesterday the pound hit the lowest level against the u.s. dollar since 1985. some say it's going to parody. >> what does parody mean? >> about one dollars equals one pound. now a warning. if your home base gaza strip. and going to fly out of great britain to the rest of europe. that air fare could go up. easy jet and ryan air your money will go further. fuel prices which determine jet fuel prices. they are going down worried about less demand. if those prices go down and jet fuel goes down airfare could go down. >> anna, over to you for headlines. >> thanks. this is making headlines. we will start with a fox news alert. a news crew trapped behind a wall of fire on the west coast.
♪ ♪ >> the intense scene playing out just minutes after a live report about a wildfire near lake isabella, california, the flames moving from 100 yards to 300 yards in less than a minute. scrambling to get their equipment in the truck so. far two people confirmed dead in those fires. and you can't make this up. john any manziel's lawyers accidently sending a text message to the associated press to a plea deal but doubting that the former quarterback can stay clean. the text message says he is very interested in working with us some agreement. heaven help us if one of the conditions is to pee in the bottle. facing misdemeanor assault charge for allegedly hitting and athletic his girlfriend monica crowley. incredible new dash cam video shows the final moments of a car crash that gives a hollywood stunt man
a run for money. chasing a stolen mustang speeds 100 miles per hour. crews caught up to the sports car slammed into it, forcing it to spin out there. once surrounded by police officers, they broke the window and used a taser before pulling him out of the window and taken him to jail. talk about embarrassing, a man wakes up to see his face plastered on a local newspaper after his dad places full page ad to find him a wife. barron brooks was mortified and didn't know anything about his dad's plans until he started receiving phone calls from single women. the utah businessman doesn't want to add his feelings so he is allowing him to interview candidates. ladies it's your lucky days. few more hours to catch in on this catch. you wake up and see that the in the paper. >> we have harper and chris.
it's 6:30 in the morning. you know our show is 4 hours long you could have come at 9:30. >> are you going to be here the whole four hours? >> i don't think so. >> no? the orally bird gets the worm. good for you. take a look at the weather maps as you are waking up. it is warm out there and going to be another hot kay all across areas of the south. it's also going to be very humid. have you been dealing with it and more of it on the way. pretty clear. in fact, we had the floods yesterday from the rain on thursday in west virginia. should say the floods on thursday. we're clear now and mostly clear for the next number much days which is certainly good. out across the west starting to get monday soon activity new mexico and streaming in across parts of the southwest. we have severe weather later on today across the far northern plains, be careful of that maybe a tornado or two. here is the heat you are looking at 98 degrees in atlanta. you will be feeling much hotter than that. it's warm out there. harper, thanks for coming over. i appreciate it. >> we have the crowds just
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morning. donald trump and hillary clinton unleashing harshest attacks yet on one another this past week. what do voters think about the harsh rhetoric. partner with miss -- the first we are going to show is you hillary clinton attacking attacking donald trump. >> he has 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, welders. people who needed the money and couldn't get it. not because he couldn't pay them but because he could stiff them. >> look at that blue line it's restsonating with her
base. >> blue line. they agreed with it. they they gave independents -- independents are important to track here because they are going to be key to election. what they said is the allergiment wasn't clear. many more attacks stronger. elizabeth warren making many of the same arguments in stronger way. in many way hillary is burying the headlines leading with all the facts. what is she trying to say get to the point. when she gets to the point about fairness. is it fair that he is getting his success on the backs of hard working american people that's the argument. she leads the wrong way. >> it is important to court independent voters. next up hillary donald trump cag hillary clinton a liar. >> hillary clinton as you know, most people know she is a world class liar. look at her pathetic email server statements 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. >> the top democrats you can't see them below our graphic there. >> that's right. not surprisingly democrats gave it an f. what is most interesting to me again is independents and republicans. independents have been off track with the republicans for the last few weeks, crump. he lost his way. this week he came back at it with a speech against hillary clinton. they gave him an a and agree with his message. in all the polling you see over and over again. thee is not trustworthy. this liar is one that's sticking. >> 911 tapes out of orlando, the transcripts initially taking out words abu al baghdadi and words like
that. loretta lynch says the best way to fight terror is with love. >> we stand with you in saying 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, unit, and it's love. >> how did it go? >> you can see there democrats an a. independents and republicans gave it an f. not only the way you saw it in the doyles but in the common tear. we have philosophical difference. people whee we need to deal with the terror threat in a different way. people say we need stronger policy really say this is absolutely preposterous. those who say we need to be more loving loved it it's a big philosophical divide. we had the same issue with gun control. >> thank you for that. >> thank you. >> looks like tony robbins has some explaining to do after dozens of people get
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phobic, anti-immigrant. >> that was someone posing as a journalist on cnn. zeno phonia, doom and gloom. we will tell you how the brits reacted to brexit straight ahead. >> went to bed with a texas accent and woke up talking like. this one thing i always said is juice kitten. and i can't say kidding anymore. >> the woman with the accidental accent joins us live with her incredible story this hour. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. she says kit be instead of kidding and mum instead of many mom. british ache glent the if you have a grave medical injury you be with wake up with english accent. >> become british. eating fish out of a back. >> and you yearn for independence from brussels.
>> john roberts this morning eating fish out of a bag right to our fox news alert. the world on edge this morning following the u.k.'s decision to leave the eu. world markets in a tail spin. the dow down more than 600 points and nasdaq more than 200 points. donald trump's trip continues while hillary clinton's campaign uses chaos chance ask supporters for cash. john roberts live in aberdeen, scotland. good morning, john. >> hey, good morning to you, tucker, anna, clayton. you don't have to be here too long before you start talking like a scottsman as well. you don't have to wake up with accidental accident you have to pick it up over time. donald trump expect to do stop in here at his trump international golf links along the coast just north of aberdeen in a few minutes time it's pretty much day off for him. evidence might get a round of golf or a few holes. we hope to have a chance to talk with him because is he taking this brexit as sort of a renewed sense of purpose that the right to
self-determination of voters here in the u.k. might be reflected by voters in the united states. he was under a lot of criticism for coming over here. a lot of people in his own party said why are you going to scotland right in the middle of the election? but he happened to be in the right place at the right time and on the right side of the issue because he had said a couple weeks ago that he thought something like this was going to happen. he took the opportunity yesterday in a lengthy press conference reopening the turn bury golf course to slit hillary clinton and barack obama for coming over here to the u.k. and telling people that they should stay in the eu. here's trump. >> i saw this happening. i could read what was happening here. he came in and really tried to convince people to stay. and i thought it was inappropriate and she doubled down and did the same thing. obviously, for the 219th time, they were wrong. they are always wrong. and that's the problem with them. both donald trump and hillary clinton are
fundraising off the results of the brexit vote. donald trump telling people in the united states that folks here in the u.k. took their country back. voters in the cuss do the same. hillary clinton sending out fundraising email saying no matter what the collective wisdom of pun punditry has to say. donald trump has a chance of winning election. we hear a helicopter overhead don't know if that's donald trump or one the helicopters running out to the oil platforms but donald trump is expected to arrive at any time. one interesting side note is that the guy who make take over for david cameron, boris johnson, former mayor of london and journalist for the incident here in the u.k. taken to be somewhat of a donald trump type of figure. possibility the next prime minister of the u.k. is a donald trump like figure and then if donald trump has his way in the united states could become the president could set up an interesting dynamic between the newly
independent u.k. from the united states. see what happens. >> really quickly, did trump go over for brexit? was this preplanned or how did that happen? >> it just happened that the opening was going to be on this day. the brexit vote was happening. that's one of the reasons why he didn't book any meetings with dignitaries over here. he had also reached out to some scottish officials who didn't want to come to the ternbury event though all the local politicians did. it was more of a coincidence than anything. again, tucker, it's this idea he has talked in the past about controversial things and they have all come to fruition and proven what donald trump said had some validity. yesterday he happened to be again right place, right place and right side of the issue. >> obviously talking to the voters, you get this feeling, this groundswell for donald trump right now. do you think what happened there will translate to the
united states? will donald trump be able to ride this wave? it was really a rough week for democrats. >> you know, it's not so much just even donald trump but it's this wave of people rising up against the status quo. that's what they did here in the u.k. don't forget the surveys that were taken going in to thursday's vote narrowly winning on the remain side. people were stunned when people came out and vote to do actually go. maybe this idea of preference falsification that you tell somebody one thing when they ask you but when you go to vote or go to do it and do you quite another. look at what is happening with bernie sanders on the democratic side. donald trump on the republican side. there is definitely a sense of unease and unrest muck the electorate in the u.k. and in the united states and that's why you see so many people going against the status quo. i think it's a real shot across the bough of the political elite that they better pay attention what's going on or they will become a part of the past. >> i heard somebody
criticizing donald trump for profiting, they say, off of his campaign, because the whole press core comes and follows him and it's for a golf course and he does the ribbon cutting. is that a nonissue or something that's being talked about? >> well, i mean, what was really talked about yesterday was when he said the devalued pound could be good for his golf course. using ternbiry when you devalue become more affordable. tourism becomes more attractive. i think that was maybe overplayed bay some folks. people have been talking about this idea of whether or not because he is using all of his own properties to have events at, whether this is more of a branding thing for trump than it is an actual political campaign. he insists he likes to use his venues. he probably gets them for a lower cost than he would somewhere else. all of this will eventually come out in the wash but sometimes it's difficult to get a complete handle on.
don't worry we are looking into it as well. >> john roberts. >> good you good we have a tight shot on john so you can't see his kilt. >> john was talking about the reaction and obviously this was a ground groundswell. they won at the ballot box. they vote to do leave at the ballot box. >> do you know who hated it? the press here in the united states. just to recap in case you haven't lived in this country before, the purpose of the press, they tell us, is to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable. to challenge power. all of a sudden the american news media is four square on the side of the elites and those in power. here is peter goodman from the "new york times." no one really knows what happens now, he writes, the collective imagination leads to dark places. the world map has been redrawn with the rules across europe largest place on earth. voted to leave the european union and set process to threaten turbulence, potential crisis for europe
and economy, probably racism driving it. >> take a listen what was heard on cnn and nbc airways yesterday. >> a lot of these leave movements are led by the hard right, very, very zeno phobic, anti-immigrant, very populist, nationalist, white identity politics. >> what this was really about was fear, xenophobia in some cases certainly racism. >> certainly racism. really? this idea of open borders. this idea of wage stagnation. the idea that in your neighborhood like in london, specifically. if you look at real estate prices. i was diving in these yesterday. i am fascinated by. this to get a three bedroom in the suburbs of london cost about 383,000 pounds. translated about 560,000 u.s. dollars. >> unbelievable. >> priced out because of all the immigration. because of people being forced out of neighborhoods.
you know, you can't live the way you used to be able to live 30 years ago. >> it's amazing to here christian amanpour talk like that. they don't understand why this vote happened and they don't because they are totally cut off from the kind of people who cast this vote. they imagine they are not just wrong but they are bigots. that's the point that drives me bonkers is the fact that we disagree. in you disagree with me you are a bad pepper. you are a bigot. >> almost like your moral compass spinning out of control. >> that's just unfair and steward. >> we will have much more on this threat the show. we have got to get to this because urgent search and rescue efforts in west virginia as the state deals with the worst flooding they have seen in years. at least 23 people confirmed dead this morning. officials worry that number can rise. carry away 4-year-old boy as he was playing near a
stream. 8-year-old also killed. more than 100 homes have been destroyed. some buried up to the roof in water. >> rick reichmuth is tracking more extreme weather good morning. >> good morning in that area it's considered 1,000 year flood. something in that area that should happen or would happen every 1,000 years. a lot of rain falling in short time. estimates up to 10 inches, following most of that in a 6 to 8 time period. across really mountainous and hilly. they got them hollers in that area. with you see the rain that moved through. most of the rain on thursday. first batch of rain moving through and another batch moving in pack behind it and third batch. a lot where you see the red was very, very heavy rain. that's why we are talking about the flooding that happened in that very short time. when you look at the radar estimates right here, southeastern parts of west virginia kind of on the border of west virginia. some spots over 10 inches of rain pulled out a couple here that are over 9 inches
of rain and that will do it. that rain came up quickly so it goes down quickly. the water is primarily down now and clean up comes. one other thing watch severe weather. possibly a tornado or two this afternoon. we will watch for that. guys? >> man, there is a lot going on. >> there certainly is. >> thank you, rick. >> donald trump seems similarities between the brexit vote and the united states election. listen. >> i think people really seeig . people want to take their country back. they want to have independence. >> is the establishment under estimate guilty the voice of the voters? a fair and balanced debate next. >> should this waiter get fired just because he referred to a customer as fatty? ♪ sugar pie, honey bunch ♪ you know i love you ♪ i can't help myself ♪ i love you and nobody else ♪
>> i saw this happening. i could read what was happening here. he came in and really tried to convince people to stay. and i thought it was inappropriate. and then she doubled down and she did the same thing. and obviously, for the 219th time, they were wrong. they are always wrong. and that's the problem with them. >> the story everyone is talking about. the u.k.'s vote to leave the eu. already playing a part in our presidential election. donald trump slamming hillary clinton and president obama for wading in to british politics and coming out against the brexit will donald trump get a brexit bump.
nice to see both of you this morning. i want to start with you. hillary clinton, she came out in support of this. donald trump's argument is that of course she did. she is in line with bureaucrats, newt gingrich's argument of course she did, she is in line with these elites. and the chickens have come home. >> well, she said that the british people are spoken and they did. the way the client is right the voters are always right. the real question is where do we go from here? i think there is this sentiment that this was a populist vote led by in many ways a bombastic mayor of loan ton. and a lot of groups that were conflating both the economic difficulties in europe as well as the concerns over immigration and some xenophobia. i will say that but i do think the ramifications here in the short-term may seem problematic financially, i
da think voters ultimately will look at this and say let's not make a rash voted, a quick vote, a vote in protest pause that could lead down the road to some things that we're not comfortable with pause a lot of voters, if you heard some of the exit polls, a lot of voters in the u.k. were saying yeah, we really voted for it but we weren't really sure what we were voting for and got up the next day and said what did we do? did we do something wrong? >> do you buy that dr. loud done? >> not at all. in fact, just the name calling has to start off the bat so often. i wish they could put those terms aside and stop calling names. many of us hope to leave that behind us this political season. i think that words like xenophobia aren't healthy when you consider the cost of importing all sorts of refugees, importing all sorts of illegals and the fact that people are realizing they can't afford it anymore. here's what's fascinating about the difference in the two messages. donald trump is talking
about greatness. about making measure great again. people aren't voting for donald trump because of his greatness. they are voting for donald trump because they are believing in again an exceptional america and their own personal ability to be great. hillary clinton on the other hand is talking about how hated, you know, if the ship goes down at least we are all going to go down together and you have lots of free stuff. i don't think that's the message in this election period. >> she is not saying that and let's be clear. when you are looking at some of the economic uncertainty things like -- areas where i am in harlem. that's not because of immigration. there are other reasons for that. i do think there is some anger towards the elites. there is no question about that. i do think what has happened both here with donald trump's rhetoric and what we have seen in europe is that that economic uncertainty and that angst and that fear is being conflated with zeno phobia. it's being talked about in the same conversation as immigration, as refugees coming.
>> i don't think this is about fear. i don't think this is about fear at all. i think this is about confidence. in fact, if you look at investor confidence, for example, 50% of people who are investors say they have more confidence in donald trump than hillary clinton. only 33% of investors are confident going forward with hillary clinton. fear and xenophobia those are dart throwing -- >> -- apparently a lot of america agrees that he is not a particularly likeable person. >> yet, people won at the ballot box. >> not likeable? hillary has the market cornered on that, sorry. nice to be with you. >> thanks for joining us this morning. >> no problem. thank you. >> coming up here on the show, she went in for dental operation and came out with a british accent. >> one thing i always said was juice kitten and i can't say kidding anymore. how did that happen?
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>> not only -- you guys have inspired us and befriended us and we love you. >> that's a texas accent. >> she came out of surgery sounding like this. >> mum is probably the one word i noticed right away. kitten. they think i'm talking about a baby cat. i'm saying i'm just kidding but it's kitten. >> called foreign accent syndrome. it's only impacted fewer than 100 people in the last 100 years according to some doctors. lisa is the patient who underwent the surgery and she joins us now. how are you? >> good morning. i'm doing great. >> good day. are you joining us from london or texas this morning? >> i'm joining you from texas. >> oh my gosh. so, you had no idea that you had this accent. you come out did. they put you under first of all for the mouth surgery or local anesthesia. >> yes, sir. no, i was put under.
and during my recovery, i mean, i went into a hospital room. i was going to stay over for possibly two nights. i only ended up having to stay for one. when i woke up, i was in a tremendous amount of speak so i really didn't speak. the first time did i speak i asked my husband to hand me my telephone i want to do let my sister know i was out of surgery and okay. >> where are you on brexit? >> no. i'm pretty much the same person i was before surgery. i have no desire for tea and crumb -- crumpets. >> it's amazing. >> very often this comes from a brain injury. you went to your neurologist and tests run and how did they come back? >> all my tests so far have come back normal. i'm still waiting on one from a functional mri tests my doctor has received some scans and they are going over them right now. i do not have information
about scans. all my other tests have normal. no signs of stroke or seizure. >> this is remarkable to me. i can't imagine waking up. how did your family respond when you first started talking to them? >> my husband first noticed and he just thought it was something to do with the jaw surgery or something like that. he just told me i was talking funny. my sisters they kind of laughed a little bit that evening and i wasn't understanding why they were laughing at me so much. the next day when i was released from the hospital i went home and got my children who were staying with my mother-in-law because this was on christmas morning. so whenever i went to go get them they were all kind of laughing about it like my children reacted differently. my younger two. they were a little bit scared. not only was i talking different but i was very swollen in the face and had ice packs on so it's not a pretty sight for them to see. they were a bit scared. my youngest daughter who is 8 years old now. said mommy are you going to
get your old voice back. took two weeks for them to get used to it. my oldest daughter thought i was joking around. now she says no this is how her mother is speaking. >> is this hard on you or tough or something like at least i'm doing all right every other way? >> in the first two months it was extremely hard for me. i would like -- i want to say more depression. i went through like an identity crisis. i would wake up and i would ask my husband why am i going through this? why is this happening to me? i didn't understand it. and then once i was referred to the neurologist and he ran some test and they had me do tongue twisters and he diagnosed me with foreign accent syndrome. i now had a reason to have it even though i had a diagnosis. i wasn't okay with it i wanted my old voice back. my accent is a lot stronger than what it was today. this happened six months ago so for the last six months i have actually been working really hard on my speech trying to get my american
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welcome back. president obama's credibility taking a beating. >> britain breaking free of the eu despite the president heavily advocating for them to say. >> the great kristin fisher is live from washington with the latest set back. >> donald trump voted means that president obama misread the political moment. before the vote president obama warned there would be consequences for britain leaving the eu. u.k. would become a low priority on trade. that comment may have back fired as the british people vote to do take their country back. it was a vote against only
immigration policies and a vote against the establishment. well, yesterday, president obama simply said that he respected the will of the people and that the two countries would remain indispensable partners despite his previous comments. >> his vice president joe biden was a brit blunterred. it was not how we would have preferred it to be. >> play to our fears rather than as abraham lincoln said to appeal to our better angels divide us based on religion or ethnicity, rather than unite us on our common humanity. build walls instead of bridges. it has been unamerican what we have been seeing. >> but critics from donald trump to former new york city mayor rudy giuliani say this is a major blunder for the obama administration. >> this is really a major set back for the whole obama, hillary clinton, john kerry internationalist view
of the world. that every nation is the same. america is nothing special about america. we should all have an international view of everything this is a rejection by a group of independent people, the british people. >> trump is now hoping that those same anti-immigration, antiestablishment current that helped britain get out of the eu will help him get into the white house. >> thanks, kristin. >> it's not just america. this stuff is happening around the world. it's amazing. >> at love parallels for sure. other stories making headlines. news crew trapped behind a wall of fire on the coast. >> that's hot. >> don't go forward, man. these flames are stronger right here. >> whoa. >> that hurts. that intense scene playing out just minutes after a
live report about a wildfire near lake isabella, california. moving from 100 yards to 30 yards in less than a minute. the news crews scrambling to get their equipment back in the truck before driving off. so far two people confirmed dead in those fires. less than a second. that's how long it took for this murder suspect to go for an officer's gun during an interrogation. >> well, you heard it there, thomas robinson yelling kill me kill me. to take action. finally subdued with a stun gun. now facing assault charges. this receipt causing a restaurant owner to fire his own son, arnold got his bill and noticed it said fatty on it. he then posted it to facebook to vent his anger. the owner of all stars bar
and grill in rhode island noticed the post, he fired the server on the spot. >> i want to apologize to dillon. it was uncalled for what are he did. it shouldn't have happened. that employee is my son. >> his son is not even allow to do eat at the restaurant now. tough love. all right. rick reichmuth. have you ever gotten anything crazy written on a receipt before. >> i have never looked at them. i never look at that name. >> i don't either. >> that was the name of the burger or something. had the fatty burger. oh, you're calling me fat? just look at the price. >> ever see anything weird written on your receipt? >> my receipt? a phone number creepy old man's phone number. >> all right. she said it. not me. take a look at the weather map. show you what's going on as you are waking up. it's going to be hot across the south. watch happens throughout the day. the heat really builds and
it's really humid. going to be feeling like 100 pretty much everywhere along the south. along the mississippi river valley you get the idea. very close to bringing records around the atlanta area today. the heat is on. not much precipitation. we will see some afternoon thunderstorms. yesterday was the beginning of the cleanup in west virginia. no more rain today. so those rivers and the creeks are going to go down which is good news. but so much cleanup to be done there. a little bit of rain across the four corners and severe weather across the northern plains. potentially a tornado or two. send it back over to. >> you tell her i didn't appreciate being called a creepy old man. >> you get like an xo or a heart or something. get an extra tip or something. coming up the data shocking. dozens of refugees have plotted terrorist attacks since 9/11. one says we should be letting more in. he joins us live to explain why. >> do you support donald trump for president? google acan youaccused of goingt
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new data compiled by congress reveals that there have been hundreds of terror plots against the united states since 9/11. from september 2001 to 2014, the u.s. successfully prosecuted 580 people on terrorism or terrorism-related charges. of those 580, at least 380 were foreign-born. some were admitted here as refugees. despite those numbers, some house democrats are urging the secretary of state john kerry to ramp up the administration's promise to settle more syrian refugees here in the u.s. before the
election. one of those calling for this is congressman bill pascrell who joins us from new jersey. great to see you. >> you are welcome. food to see you. >> people skeptical of this can you explain what american citizens would get out of this. how would the average middle class american benefit from bringing more syrian refugees here. >> this is what america is all about. that is that we have been a place where people who have been refugees all around the world. we settle 58 to 100,000 every year. at this particular point with a civil war going on in syria over four years, these people have nothing on their back when they leave and move through jordan or wherever they go, turkey some people can't get out. the christian community in syria has not been able and they have had a very, very difficult time since the beginning of this. >> it's awful for them. any syrian, i think, would want to move here for sure it will improve their lives dramatically, no doubt.
why will it improve the lives of americans. >> we have always had beneficial results when refugees come who are vetted. particularly in this kind of case. and they have got to go through 13 steps carlton to get in this country in the first place. >> do you think they will make it safer and more prosperous and if so do you have evidence to support that. >> in fact, evidence shows that refugees have a better chance of finding a job that people who come here ordinarily. >> so you are saying that refugees settled here are a net economic gain. >> absolutely. contributing to the society for the most part. >> but you know that the data shows that's not true that people who move here five years after moving here are still receiving more benefits than they are paying into. >> i think the programs that we do have, carlton, to get people, to get jobs, many of these people are settling with family members that have already been here. many of these folks go through organizations where the first thing to do is get
a job for the individual as the control of the family, let's say, the male, some occasions one. many of these people are children and woman who got to go through the same vetting system as everybody else. >> but you are making a very good case why it's good for them. and i agree with you 100 percent. >> i think it's good for the country. >> you have made no case on that at all. the polling on this is clear. americans don't want syrian refugees settling here. >> that's a different question. >> whether you want something. >> americans believe it's not good for them and i'm offering an opportunity to explain why it is. >> often when people come in you think they are going to take something from you or they are going to have add an advantage over you. that's not the case at all. whether it's syrian refugees or iraqi refugees, regardless of where these refugees are coming, they are coming here for a reason. the reason is that their own conditions. and in this case it's a syrian war. i was there when the war was going on in syria. i looked down from the golan
heights not too long ago and i see what these people are going to. they have to go some place. and what they bring is their own skills. many of them have been employed in the country that they come from in the first place. they want to work. i'm just. >> you said a lot of them are children. >> this is one family came to patterson, jersey, carlton -- tucker. this guy has already been working. settled. >> your question is what good are they. >> my question is democrats act as if anybody who opposes this is a bigot or just doesn't like people. >> i have never said that i don't believe that. >> legitimate concerns and offering you an opportunity. >> there are legitimate concerns. >> understand how. >> we have increased -- we have intensified the vetting process of how the people get here.fbi, homeland security. you name it they are involved in this process. and before you get here, you have to go through a final
pro-vetting situation. that situation, look, it's not perfect. there is no such a things a perfect vetting system. but the people coming here are going to contribute to the united states by working. they have special skills as well. they are not putting people out of work. >> so one last really quick question. the congress help the american people or help people from other countries? >> both. >> interesting? >> i think we have an obligation and responsibility. we are only taking in 2800 in this fiscal year when the administration had commit to do 10,000. and we're going -- it's taking a longer time to vet them. >> congressman bill pascrell of new jersey. good so see you. >> an honor. >> big weekend in politics. dana is here with that top of the hour. new research shows 34% of teens are working during the summertime? is one of them yours? the top companies hiring people under 20. she will tell you what they are. ♪ everybody's working for
welcome back. summer slump. 34% of teens are working touring the summer. what are they doing? >> it's a decline. 20% since 1995. this morning we have great companies looking to give teenagers some amazing job opportunities. >> my teens are working not to brag. cheryl has the top companies hiring teens. she is out on the plaza this morning. good morning, cheryl. >> i have to tell you, i had several jobs as a teenager and college student. here's the thing. all of those jobs go on a resume and that he is why we are doing segment. all you teens on the couch
and waking up. it's time to go to work. one of the place you can work is romp and roll. co-founder of romp and roll. who is your co-founder. >> this is rompy. mascot. >> you are looking for teens for the company, right? >> we are. this is a wonderful opportunity for a super fun job for birthday party hosts or you can come and be a camp instructor. so, romp and roll is a kid's gym with a wide variety of camps and birthday parties for the under five crowd. >> west virginia, connecticut, florida, texas. a lot of places looking for kids. >> we are looking for kids. we are looking to expand ploction locations across the country hire more teens. >> also looking for birthday party hosts. i never know if it's euro or giro. >> we say gyroville. >> tell me what you are looking for in terms of teens. >> looking to open 20 locations in the southeast.
franchise locations. team members, shift and managers. >> a lot of the managers that you have now started out that was their first job at the company. >> a lot start hourly employees and working up the system. >> competing with chipotle. this is tutor doctor. i know i needed a tutor to help with my sat. you are looking for 12,000 for the summer. >> we have 12,000 students expanding across the country and looking for hundreds more. >> frank, of course you founded tutor doctor. you are looking for high school and college students. >> correct. >> connecticut, new jersey, virginia, massachusetts and 25 bucks an hour. that's pretty good for a kid. >> that's right. we are looking for new owners to help us hire even more students. >> i love it all right. i don't know about all of you all. it took at love tutoring to get me through cleaning. finally, if you need help around the house. water damage. you have got whatever is going on around your house. the owner, basically you
hire kids to come in and it's house repairs in general. >> that's correct. we are nationwide franchise, we have 52 locations. all of our franchises are hiring sales reps, technicians to help assist our technicians and teenagers. you don't need a lot of qualifications. >> $15 an hour. >> $15 an hour to start. >> you hire a lot of military vets as well. >> that's correct. >> 150 jobs? >> that's correct. >> guys, you know, do i so many of these segments when it comes to getting a job. honestly, for the kids out there right now, that summer job is a resume item. it's still a tough job market out there, guys, as you all know. the more you have when you get into college on your resume the better. something fun to do for the glurem that's right. my job at mcdonald's helped me get the job here. >> chick-fil-a. this lady worked at chick-fil-a and i lied about my age and i got fired. >> true story. >> you can come back from that. >> 56 minutes after the hour.
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hi, everyone, good morning. it's saturday u the 25th of june, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is a fox news alert. devastating floods hit coal country, the worse than it's seen in 100 years. cars swept away. and now the worry it can only get worse. >> and then britain's vote to leave the eu is sending shock waives shock weaves around the globe putting markets in a tail spin. christian amanpour is very upset. obama and clinton said it wouldn't happen. what happens now? >> aliens already blew up washington, d.c. in 1996, remember this, with will
smith? so what happens when they try to do it again and there is a woman in the white house? kevin mccarthy is here with your first review of the brand new independence day movie. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> good morning, everybody. come on and stay a while. >> good morning. >> dana perino is waiting in the wings. >> dana is right there. you can't see her. >> in the after glow. >> of the after glow of brexit. >> she is married to a brit. she has had interesting dinner conversations over the past nights. >> she is going to share them. >> fox news the united kingdom's historic vote to leave the european union. >> the dow dropped 600 points the nasdaq plummeted more than 200. europe is wondering what's next. >> good question. fox news amy kellogg is live
from our london bureau with more brexit fallout. good morning, gleam good morning, well the international reaction just continues to poor in. the think the front page of the newspaper from germany ouch kind of says it all. doesn't it? and there is an mrch meeting right now of diplomats from the six founding eu members in berlin trying to figure out how to come to terms with all of this. the president of the european commission has said that these exit negotiations need to go quickly. outgoing prime minister david cameron here said that that will fall to a new prime minister in the autumn. but the european commission president says there is no need to wait that long and he added it won't be, quote, an amicable divorce. obviously there is incentive to get the job done so that euro skeptic countries like greece and some corners of italy and spain don't start planning exits. though the country voted
out. not happy. much of the british feel that older generations england of yore are playing with their future. some hoped to travel freely across europe there is a petition going around that past the 1 million mark. people asking the parliament for a second referendum for various reasons. no indication that's going to go ahead. but the fallout from this continues to develop. clayton, tucker, and anna, back to you. >> amy kellogg live for us in london. thanks so much, amy. you heard dana perino's voice in here. we want to get her opinion talking about this. petition going around possible second referendum is that going to fly. >> i don't know that the referendum is the best model for this kind of discussion. you will see other countries make a decision. scotland vote to do stay within the u.k. just recently they -- that independence call was basically rejected by the scottish people. interestingly, scottish
people voted about 7 o% to stay with the eu. you might see a the love tension in the u.k. i don't know that we know yet exactly what's going to happen. nobody can forecast this how the. ops going to be turbulent. >> we know that the reaction in the u.s. from the elites from the press has been almost hysterical. complicated question that's happened in europe and complicated effects. you saw christian amanpour weeping, hysterical blaming racism for. this why that reaction? >> well, because partly i think it's because elites don't talk to anybody else. you know dana loesch has her new book out flyover nation you can't govern a company you have never been to. like christian amanpour new cattle. she lives in london or visits all the people that she knows. look at the map how it voted geographically in the northeast of england very much we are out of here. london area relatively wealthy. don't have the immigration problems as much as other people have felt it they
voted overwhelmingly to stay. if you are only talking to people that agree with you, you might come to this conclusion. >> is that what lawmakers and ceos need to do is get out of washington and manhattan? >> i don't think the polling was wrong. polling -- they are under polling conservative thought and it could be that people aren't willing to talk to the pollsters or just maybe unwilling to say yes, i want to leave and because they think they will be called a big got or racist. that has actually happened as well. >> here is what i am confused about. when i was a kid liberals were the friend of the working man, wage earner and republicans were in their country club supposedly. now every liberal in the world is against the working people and calls them, you know, racist and nativist. when did that change? >> it's been a realignment over the past 30 years. my husband became a u.s. citizen in 2006 but spent his entire life growing up and working until his mid 40's in britain. he said when the economic community first came together it was really smart
and helped him from a business progressive. easier trade and all made sense. when it baseman a political organization where you had brussels being able to weigh in on decisions could you deport convicted columbian drug dealer out of britain back to columbiaened at eu says no, sorry, he has a girl friend in britain that would hurt his human rights so he has to stay in britain. that's the thing that irritated the brits. that happened. it's true. >> it's amazing because it comes down to job. there was idea in 1975 unfolding help shareholders in investor class and good business, i guess. the neighborhoods started getting squeezed and people can't buy houses anymore and they can't get jobs anymore. >> one of the things i think they made a huge mistake on the remain side. this is ---is obama's main campaign guy. their argument was the economy is going to go into the tank. you are going to have a recession. people lived up in that new castle area is like our
wages haven't gone up in 15 years. we don't have any money in the stock market so we don't care. >> let's talk about parallel that's see here in the united states. it was about the economy. it was about security. it was about immigration. how will that resonate for donald trump or hillary clinton? >> i think it's overwrought. one thing that europeans make about americans we make everything about us. we don't live in a situation where we have a european community. this would be equivalent if canada, the u.s. and mexico were all one and there was a court or parliament in mexico and the mexicans and the canadians had more votes than we did in the u.s.a.? how would that go down? not very well. we don't have that situation but is there a problem with immigration in this country and undercurrent, where people are final i saying we are sick of it, we have had it. it's not just about imgreaption it's the part growing up through academia and chickens are coming home to roost. >> the change is just so
brisk. totally transformed. u.k. here is some numbers in the united kingdom. 65 million people on the island. 630,000 foreign nationals settled in britain last year. if this continues population 70 million. >> i have a particular feeling about this. it is that britain has a little bit of itself to blame. for many years it has been the softest touch on welfare. if you are a refugee and desperate to get out of your situation and you land at the first port of call. let's sea maybe you get to hung hung hungary or britain. ton of welfare benefits and they don't go away. they have clean up to do on that front. >> how is that different from us. >> we are not as generous. >> we're pretty darn generous. look at california, we were talking about in this morning, california a lot of
similarities. voters are just going to vote for things we can't afford and pay for, now the state government has to try to figure out a way to pay for it he property taxes ridiculous, jobs. >> cut down the power plant p exrmplet culture. they don't have energy because of political correctness. that's what happens. >> people aren't stealing your jobs. strawberry workers coming here to pick straw enters it's not. it's service employ quos, hotel employees one of the people who want to do leave said they can't get in to see their doctor. people who wanted to leave made a big mistake for the money we get back from leaving we will put that into our national health service. another reasonable not to have socialized medicine because also britain is having to pay for all these social government government funding the eu as it grows and grows and grows. that's what socialism does is grows big divovmentd. my husband came reluctantly
to leaving. if they hadn't they said we should have left when we could. >> congratulations to peter and all the exbrits watching from here. >> as with all americans everything is about him here in america. >> dana is going to stick around to discuss hank powellson. he has endorsed hillary clinton. we will get her view on that. >> right now turn our attention to other stories making headlines starting with extreme weather. images pouring in from west virginia. look at this. urgent search and rescue efforts are continuing following intense flooding. at least 23 people are confirmed dead and that personal number could rise. 10 inches sending homes off foundation and cars rushing down treats and hundreds standed. hundreds are without power play this morning. a state of emergency remains in effect for most of the state. also this morning a police officer near philadelphia
fighting for his life this morning after being shot seven times. once in the face. 25-year-old christopher dorman who worked for the police departments when somebody opened foyer. citywide manhunt, several trains success down. vest likely saved his life. shooter convicted felon just released from prison. he now faces charges of attempted murder. and get ready for transgendered troop on the front lines. the white house about to sends down the order lifting the military ban on transgendered people come july 1st. each branch will have one year to implement new rules. training guidelines and also uniform redesigns. and making it to the big leagues doesn't make you too cool for mom to drop you off on the first day of practical tis. >> my first day. >> go. >> look at eli's little security man. >> we have got to go in the bus. >> put in his bag in the
bus. >> oh my god, mom. >> with the other grown people. >> quarterback eli apple getting the mom treatment for his first pro-practice. he was the 10th overall pick in the draft and his mom annie has been driving him to practice since he was a kid. >> that is sweet. >> what is a support system. >> here is the weirdest story of the year. she went in for dental operation and came out a brit or sounding like one. >> one thing i always said was just kitten. i can't say just kidding anymore. >> wildfire with nowhere to turn. you have to see what happens next. >> don't go forward because these things stronger right here.cl >> you know, we said we would take a look
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i can't help but think that what would have happened if a divisive character such as trump were president during the 2008 financial crisis at a time when leadership, compromise and careful analysis were critical. i'll be voting for hillary clinton with the hope that she can bring americans together to do the necessary things to strengthen our economy, our environment and our place in the world. back with us now dana perino. [ laughter ] >> to weigh in on that. >> here's the headline, everyone says former bush press secretary. this is the former head of goldman sachs who drove the bank bailouts is endorsing the candidate of the socialist party hillary clinton. [ laughter ] how does she respond to this. >> i would think she would probably thank him in private and disavow it in public. because she hates wall
street. >> she just hates them. >> this comes on the heels of several business leaders who say they worked for reagan, bush, always been republican. this is in the "wall street journal" this week making reluctant decision to vote for hillary. at the same time you had someone like donald rumsfeld who was the secretary of defense for president bush who this week on greta's show announced he would be voting for trump. again, very interesting. because trump has basically said that they were war criminals. so, there is like this race to the bottom. trump and clinton are in statistical tie. >> how much does this highlight the division within the republican party right now? does it? >> i think, again, it's more of the same. i think now that people are coming out and saying publicly how they intend to vote, maybe see a little bit more of this. and getting it up to the convention. now that you have a nominee and come around asking people for money. that's a point where you find people. >> do you think that the hillary people are worried as tucker -- we were talking earlier on the show sending out email. campaign email.
>> nothing will motivate democrats to give her money or to turn out than the fear that they have that donald trump could become president. he has -- interesting for him, he had really bad started to the week, in my opinion. he fired his campaign manager which actually turns out to be good news in the long run. i think they botched the timing of it. that night they announce their fundraising numbers which are embarrassing. million dollars cash on hand for presidential race which is what you need to run for mid city house of representatives seat. by the end of the week is he back on top again. the brooklyn people should be worried. again, remember, clayton, under polling of conservatives all across it happened in 2014 in our country in the midterm. conservatives swept and no one thought it would. it happened in britain two years ago and happened yesterday in brexit. >> two weeks ago he didn't know what brexit was. he didn't know how to answer it and now is he at tern bury. >> he saw this coming. >> call him nationalistic
instincts or against immigration that will change a face of a country. first thing he talked about we have got to build a wall and strengthen our borders. a lot of people agree with that not just here but across the ponged in england. maybe you will see this in other places as well. >> do you think that hillary clinton will say that hank paulson i really disagree with the bank bailouts. i just think it's wrong that u.s. taxpayer money went to bail out rich people. i'm just opposed to it. >> i imagine in 2008 she said she supported it because barack obama did. >> she is tpp and raving populist now. >> i am a fan of hank paulson. i was there in the cabinet room in the final meeting where he asked the president permission to ask for the bank bailout money. it was a tough decision all around and i thought that he was a steady hand in all of that. the end kind of leader that you need at that time for a very difficult decision. hindsight is 2020. people that say that the bank bailout is terrible, never should have happened. you don't know what would have happened. maybe everything would have
turned out fine but it was the right decision at the time. >> i'm not even arguing that. it may have been totally necessary. it was unfair though. it was essentially unfair and most people see it that way. my business didn't get bailed out. i got fired right around the same -- it may be important but it's hard to defend nau. >> it was a horrible, horrible situation for everybody. i have to say they did pay the american taxpayer back. that didn't mean people didn't lose money and businesses didn't close and people lost their jobs. that all did happen. now we have dodd frank and now it's fabulous. wall street hates dodd frank. >> but they love hillary. >> dana perino. >> watch her on the five. >> i'm fired up and ready to go. >> the data is stunning. dozens of refugees have plotted terror attacks since 9/11. one democrat says we should be letting more of them. in you will hear from him straight ahead. >> illegal immigrants already blew up. >> aliens. >> i dhowt that was typo. >> aliens already blew up washington, d.c. back in 199
we've got some quick headlines for you. anna is going to take them away. >> thank you, tucker. two dangerous murder suspects back behind bars this morning after escaping mississippi jail through a hole in the wall. listen to the story. the pair vanished from the cells on thursday. they used metal tools to carve the hole and had been doing it for months. both men escaping facing escape charges. cuba refusing to visas who for
the house homeland security committee. michael mccaul says they were trying to leave yesterday to look at lagging security in the country's airports before they begin rolling out flights into the united states. >> thank you, anna. >> well, with another blockbuster weekend at the box office. so is the new independence day sequel a game changer as they the movie business? >> fox news contributor and founder of nerd tears.com kevin mccarthy is here with his review. i wanted to be excited about this. should i be? >> me, too. i mean, listen, when i was 12 years old, i went to new york for the first time without my family to visit my uncle and aunt there. and they took me to see independence day at united artist theater in long island. i will never forget walking out of that film being blown away by special effects. independence day one was amazing back then. rolland emirates did a great job. 20 years later. obviously the technology has changed a lot. the aliens are back and bigger with bigger ships. the thing this time around
is you have no will smith. will smith was the spark of that movie. he had that really funny comedic timing. the action was good. the script was relatively decent. here is the thing when you are watching a big disaster movie i'm not saying you need a great script. fast and furious those work without having a big script. here it seems like they are trying to force way too much back to the original. best thing about the original film was the president's speech. they try to recreate that again here and it's really kind of cheesy. also, you are just missing that will smith aspect to it as well. i thought the script was pain fiscal cliff bad at times. i will say this though, the action works there are three great action scenes. for me it was kind of disappointing. i gave it a 2.5 out of 5. i want to do love it but overall it didn't have the magic the first one had. also, the i max 3-d not worth seeing. i paid $22 to see it in new york city in i max 3-d to me
it was not worth it if you want to see it, catch a mass continue nay. >> next up, how does the new shark movie the shallows stack up against jaw's two? >> yeah, listen, the shallows is a very low budget reportedly around $17 million. this film really works because it's so condensed and her character is attacked by shark. amazing sequence where she is surfing and the shark comes out of the sea and here the crazy thick is she is stuck on a rock 200 yards away from shore and she can't get to safety because the shark is circling her. the movie itself is very intense. i had the chance to sit down with blake lively. a couple days ago she was on jimmy fallon she told a story how when she is on airplanes she can't get away from watching her husband in dead pool and specifically a moment in dead pool where her husband is having a very intimate scene for a little while. she finds that to be torturous i asked her when she is in the movie and
married to someone who also does acting could they have conversation before the other one shoots an intimate scene? here is what she had to say. >> as actors, filming those scenes is never -- it's always annoying. there is people around. >> everyone is uncomfortable. >> would you talk to him before you shoot the scene like that? does he call you and say i have got to shoot this scene today blake. >> if he called me blake that would be a concern. we talk to each other about the movies that we before we do them. we are always the people that are the most nervous and the most treading it but everybody feels that way. it's good that you don't come on to a set and like the other person is like sexy time with 30 people standing around in bright lights. everyone feels like you are having the nightmare in school like you show up to school naked. it always feels that way. it's totally our job. >> she went to school naked? >> she is referring to watching her husband in dead
pool in that very intimate scene. i do want to ask you guys. she said something very interesting there. if he called me blake i would be very concerned and at the moment when she said that i was like, wait, did i get her name wrong i call my fiancee lauren afterwards. sugar. >> sugar. >> that's what i want to do ask you. >> i never call my wife blake, ever. that would be very wrong if i did. >> anna, does your husband call you anna all the time? >> really like anna bear. >> keep going. keep going. >> not embarrassed at all right now. >> tim watching this? >> all right. well, how did -- what was your rating? >> i gave it a 3.5 out of 5. very, very intense. there is some stupid over the top ridiculous moments but overall she does a great job in the movie. 3.5 out of 5. my full interview is available with her on my facebook, facebook.com kevin mccarthy fox.
it's 5:30 in l.a. and i couldn't be happier to be on with you guys. >> kevy bear. >> clayton pough. >> coming up on the show, she went in for dental operation and she came out with british accent. she from texas. >> one thing i always said was just kitten and i can't say kidding anymore. >> so how did that happen? you will hear from her straight ahead on our show. >> are you looking for a sweet summer drink without all the bad summer? we have the dos and don'ts for cocktails coming up next. ♪ ♪
well, it's a story that's almost hard to believe. in fact, nearly impossible to believe. a texas woman went into to jaw surgery sounding like this. >> not only guide us but you have inspired us and bree befriended us and relove. >> you but she came out of surgery sounding like this. >> mom is probably the one word i noticed right await a minute kitten. they think i'm talking about a baby cat and i'm not. i'm saying i'm just kidding but it's kitten. >> it's a rare condition and called foreign accent syndrome. there is actually a name for it. only impacted fewer than 100
people in the last 100 years. >> she has been getting hate mail or questions whether she is taking it. first two months i was in depression because i was having identity crisis. i would wake up and didn't know what was happening. >> she has been taking speech lessons to try to get her southern accent back and had a hard time saying y'all even. but she has got that one back and very proud of it. >> she came out speaking fluent erdu why would you want a cogna accent. >> she didn't choose it. >> i really feel like she is picking up and driving me to the east end. >> apparently doctors say this normally happens after some sort of brain injury. she went to a neurologist and everything turned out fine. we had her on the show earlier and this is what she said. >> i have no desire for tea
and crumpets first two months extremely hard for me. identity crisis. why am i going through this? why is this happening to me. even though i had a diagnosis. i wasn't okay with it i still wanted my old voice back. now my accent at that time was a lot stronger than what it is today. what people aren't realizing is that this happened six months ago. so for the last six months i have actually been working really hard on my speech trying to get my american accept back. >> right. i mean, if she had woken up and speaking fluent russian. >> calling us governor which made me uncomfortable. >> sweet lady and she says though she did get her y'all back. >> she worked very hard on that. >> it reminds you how great the american accent is. it really does. >> if you lost your accent, screw a new england accent, right? >> southern california, no accent. i speak perfect standard english if you could pick one. if you went in for jaw surgery. before you go under you may
wind up with a different accent which one would you pick. >> obviously midwest like my wife the car, the bar. >> think a boston ache sent. >> on to other stories making headlines. we will tell you about this. unbelievable video. news crew trapped behind a wall of fire on the "the washington post." >> that's hot. >> don't go forward, man. these flames are even stronger right here. >> don't go forward. >> whoa. >> wow, that hurts. >> that intense scene playing out in just minutes after a live report about a wildfire near lake isabella, california. the flames moving from 100 yards to 30 yards in less than a minute. the news crew scrambling to get their equipment in the truck before driving off. so far two people confirmed dead in those fires. >> and you can't make this up. johnny manziel's lawyers accidently sending a text message to the associated press about a plea deal but
doubtinged that the former quarterback can stay clean. he says in part that he is very interested in working with us to arrive at some sort of agreement. heaven help us if one of those conditions is to pee in a bottle. manziel is facing a misdemeanor asalt charge, allegedly assault charge. unusual highway crash caught on camera. a black bear running full speed into the side of a truck while crossing the missouri highway. the bear bouncing before getting up and running off. officers who caught it on dash cam video say neither the driver nor the bear were hurt. all right. those are your headlines, thank you, anna. >> now that summer -- wait for the music. wait for the music. >> i will learn one of those days. now that summer is officially here, it is time to sit back and grab a cold drink. how you can fill your cup without all the calories and sugar. >> doctor is here with dos
and don'ts while quenching your thirst for the summer. >> about to go right to my thighs. how can i prevent this from happening. >> when you fill them one sugar. marguerite as it and things before you know it you have had five candy bars. >> lot of options out there. i like to think about some of the flavored seltzer water. fruit purr rays, i have to you boil it, put it in hot water, add the agave i have a and stevia. you let it sit for an hour or so and let it drain out. you will be willing to try. use a little bit of the mint with the stevia.
>> this is just green tea, right? >> green tea, right? i'm going to throw in regular fiber here. what i want to show you what we're going to do is making it healthy to you by adding fiber to it. >> want you to be a regular girl. >> i have a flight later today is it going to cause any problems? >> no problem but it will help you go if you have issues while you are traveling. so try that. >> okay. >> so what is regular girl? >> regular girl is gluten free fiber supplement. >> >> it's hard to measure. >> gluten free fiber which helps you to be regular. so, the other thing i want to show you. >> martinee. >> instead of adding milk i added body logic. no alcohol in here. i added this natural whey protein. regular flavored with steve i can't. add vodka to that if you
would like. again, you are getting protein. >> do you have any vodka? >> no? >> a bottle in her purse. >> right, and then you could really eat your vegetables here. make a bloody mary that's either with or without vodka. i use some low sodium v 8 juice filled with lots of vegetables and pickles. >> finally, you throw in some frozen fruit. >> patriotic. red and blue berries in there. i use skinny girl because it's lower in calories. instead of ice scoob cubes put the fruit in the freezer. >> drink up my friend. >> fantastic. great tips for the summer. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> and coming up here on the show. hundreds of celebrities sign an open letter to congress about gun violence. next guest has this to say about it. >> good, right? >> why stacey dash is
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hillary in? will hillary win and will bernie support hillary? >> wow. >> those are all solid questions. well, following the orlando terror attack. a list recording artist signed a letter to congress about gun violence. billy joel. katy perry, sting. jennifer lopez. blame the terror attack on the weapon used. >> is this hollywood backing and issue they know little about. >> there goes my social life from clueless to conservative author joins me now to discuss. good morning. thanks for being with us. >> thanks for having me. >> how is this motivated? >> i think it's motivated by ignorance and the fact that they don't want us to have our second amendment right. if you think about it, paris has banned guns. did it stop them from killing 129 people? brussels, did it stop them? no. san bernardino, the weapon used was banned.
didn't stop him from using them. well, people don't understand when they do things like this they are stopping good american people from executing their second amendment right of protecting themselves. and they are making us a moving target because bad guys don't obey laws. so why pass more laws? you are only stopping good guys from getting guns. >> isn't it always the same? whenever something bad happens, it's always the american middle class that takes the blame from the left. islamic lunatic shoots 100 people and it's my fault because i have a gun. how does that work? >> it doesn't work there was a republican senator from texas who tried to pass legislation that would make it very difficult for terrorists to get guns. easier for law-abiding citizens to, you know, go through due process to get their guns. but they didn't want to pass that law. because they want to be able to arbitrarily pick you off a list and say you can't have a gun. representative lewis was on that list for three months. and it's like it will turn into the irs. >> turn into.
>> one of the proposed pieces of legislation which got shot down was this idea that each if you hadn't been investigated over the past five years and you weren't even on a list because you were investigated. therefore there would have been a red flag and wouldn't have been able to buy a gun. >> you wouldn't have been able to go through the due process. which is ridiculous. like i said, it will turn out being like the irs and they will be like oops, sorry. well this meanwhile we are all dying because we can't defend ourselves. >> this mind set we are seeing from hollywood a-listers is common. your stance is uncommon in your realm. >> i know yet they make all their money on movies using guns, right? i have been ostracized. absolutely ostracized. >> do you think since you know a lot of these people, do you think any of these recording artists would disarm their body arms since firearms cause deaths. >> absolutely not. >> the perils of being on the plaza. >> yeah, outdoors.
of course not. hypocrites. okay to protect me but don't protect yourself. protect me but don't protect yourself. that's what they believe. >> the left also argues look at australia. mass shooting a number of years ago. ban guns. no more mass shootings. >> really? is that true? >> that's the argument. >> it's australia. i mean, we're in the united states of america. i don't think australia is on the top list of isis. i think america is. we are a target for a very specific islamic fascist group. islamic terrorists. so i think we should be allow to do arm ourselves, especially now. >> stacey dash, great to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> fighting off bees as well. [ laughter ] >> fighting off bees, a good job. the press went bananas over britain's decision to leave the european union. christiane amanpour almost cried on tv.
larry elders says they don't understand anything about it he joins us top of the hour. >> side effect from our smart phones no one saw coming. details on the long-term effects they are having on your sight. kurt the cyber guy joins us next. ♪ ♪ i wear my sunglasses at night ♪ so us next. test test test
harm than good. >> i don't know if i believe it. here with the shocking findings, curt the cyber guy. >> you are going to be the next victim clayton. >> i boat i will. >> you are obsessed can technology. we talk about the new england journey of medicine now coming out. and it has a study. there are these two women who had almost identical problems. they were going blind in one eye. and the doctors did all sorts of studies and they couldn't figure out why in the world was this blindness happening? well it turns out it is their smart phone and could happen to just about anybody. both women had very similar things going on. they were in bed using their phones with one eye up against the pillow and the other on the smart phone. one eye received a lot of light and the other darkness. it turns out our brains really can't adjust our eyes and retinas in the way you need so it causes temporary blindness. each and every time they did that for about 15 minutes.
so if this is happening in your life. and by the way, you can replicate this yourself. it is wild. and online we're going to show you how you can adjust your phone to reduce eyestrain. then this other thing happening. this is wild. out of houston, texas doctors all of a sudden realizing a lot of my patients are showing up with arthritis that are in their 20s and 30s. what is going on? so ost ar triets normally eff t effects people about 50 and older. specifically in the thumb digits they noticed a lot of patients are coming with huge problems. what is it coming from? texting. >> of course. >> texting. game play. using your fingers for a long long time on a device concurrently. so you are staying on a device continually. and it is actually creating an increase in arthritis diagnosis. >> should we be using voice command more?
>> voice command. you can't really play games as well with voice command. but it is a good solution. it is really about mad moderation. everything in life is about moderation. so it is to be aware of it. and when you sense your body say ouch, my hands are hurting. guess what? stop what you are doing and listen to your body and you are likely to cure on it your own before it turns into something big. >> great to see you. thank you so much. coming up? >> britain's decision to leave the european union not exactly what our president hr hillary clinton had in mind. what it means for them and the american people top of the hour. >> and sat in the capitol for hours to -- but how many of these democrats went out and bought a gun of their own? ♪ i will try not to sing out of key ♪ ♪ oh baby ♪ have a little help from my friends ♪ ♪ all i need is my please
hi friends, good morning. i'm anna kooiman. today is saturday, 25th of june, 2016. a fox news alert. more than 20 dead. cars swept away and waters still rising. we're live on the ground in moments. >> plus the brexit is sending shock waves around the globe. world economy sent into a tail spin at least momentum moment momentarily the dow dropping to its lowest of the year and now this. >> i saw this happening. he came in and really tried to convince people to say. >> there a harbinger of good news for trump in november. live in scotland where trump is this morning. >> and it was one of the proudest moments of his life and it wasn't even about him. >> we're proud to select in this year's entry draft in the b.c.
hockey league, tyson jose. >> this grandpa watch his grandson get drafted to the nhl and overcome with emotion. the incredible moment going viral. so sweet. "fox and friends" starts now. >> hope you are doing well. thanks for joining us on "fox and friends" weekend. >> i want to send out congratulations do my favorite intern nick. he's a very tough man and good man. and rooting for you. devastating images from the state historic flooding already claimed 23 lives in that state. >> look at this photo here. holy smokes, the depth of the damage there a dairy queen nearly underwater. >> unreal. garrett kenny is live from that
exact spot. good morning. >> reporter: this is about 30 minutes of the capital of charleston in agaglendening. and 24 hours ago, officials couldn't get back into thaz areas. beyond that railing and below is the elk river. 24 hours ago it was much higher. take a look at these pictures from where we were yesterday. you can see this entire area was completely under water. the elk river, 14 feet above flood stage and officials are calling this a thousand year flood. now that the waters have receded folks are coming back in to see what remains of their homes and to see the damage. and you can see how powerful the floods are here at this dairy queen. completely under water. these are the cement slab walls that have been completely ripped
out on the side. the roof kplooth completely collapsed. along the walls here on the side mud engulfing everything inside this building and that is the same picture that you see in a lot of homes. their cars. you can see back here at well this trailer home, this is what happened to a lot of homes here. completely taken off its foundation, thrown back about 15, 20 feet. frankly this home was lucky though. because a lot of e folks that live right along the river. their homes workshop taken down the river. they don't even know where they are now. officials say they are continuing search and rescue efforts. at least 23 people have died in the floods. six in this county alone. but day say that number is likely to go up because a lot of these areas they are just getting into to expect to find more people that just couldn't get out. >> garrett, thank you. are they going to see more of this rick?
>> drying out for the next four or five days. a little rain in the few days but maybe half inch. nothing to cause this kind of flooding. takes a lot of rain to get that. we're not expecting to see that. unfortunately people still don't have power, it is hod and humid. it was a six to eight our period of rain that brought up to about 10 inches. and that causes that kind of flooding. it comes quickly. it also goes away very quickly which is kind of the good part of it. you don't have sitting water in some areas where you get that low level flooding. couple other stories. we have severe weather today across the northern plains. especially here across parts of northern minnesota and in towards wisconsin. maybe parts of the u.p. of michigan, maybe a few tornados this afternoon. another place the heat in the south, another skorjer. a lot of areas close to regards.
-- records. atlanta probably going to get to about 98 and also humid. and big fires going on across the west. guys there is a fire that is wurning in the seierra nevadas that started on thursday. a really dangerous fire. it is so dry there. this el nino season didn't really happen there so things are really dry and we're going into the summer dry season. >> we have video a little later of a news crew caught in a fire path just outside of lake isabella. >> the flames literally looking on top of the windshield. so brexit happened. the uk has voted by a pretty good marge on the leave the european union after more than 40 years and the reaction in the united states from the finance community frameworks the political elites and from the media has been nothing short of
hysterical. here is crissian am pomoanpour breaking down in rage over. >> a lot of these lead movements are led by hard right, xenophobic. >> this is about fear, xenophobia in some cases. >> it is all about fear xenophobia and racism. it is not about economics. not jobs. none of that. >> it is not legitimate. they are gist amoral that is why they did that. >> we're going in a nationally syndicated host. what do you make of this? are these fair assumptions for the media? >> no i don't. all of a sudden this has become a referendum on how you feel about migrates. nothing can be further from the truth. the same reason people in america are upset that washington d.c. has mandated
every man women and child have to obamacare otherwise face a fine. people are angry the rules are beg set by unelected bureaucrats in brussels belgium. they are setting policy and they don't like it. >> what is wrong also with questions about migration? is it racial to say i don't my country to radically change in my lifetime and schools to be destroyed and healthcare system overburdened? that is not necessarily racist. >> it is not. it is concern about the culture of your country and direction of your country and the willingness or some people to assimilate. those are legitimate things for people to be concerned about. the dalai lama said europe and germany were taking in too many migrates and he said germany should remain germany. germany is not an arab country. that was the dalai lama. is he a bigot? >> -- comments about politicians
and demagogues. listen to his comments yesterday. >> we see in europe. other parts of the world and we see it in my home country. where some politicians find it convenient to scapegoat immigrants instead of welcoming them. to play to our fears. [ applause ] to play to our fears rather than as abraham lincoln said "appeal to our better angels." divide us based on religion or ethnicity rather than unite on common humanity. build walls instead of bridges. it has been un-american what we have been seeing. >> you are shaking your head there larry. >> you know, can we finally end this pass that joe biden has gotten from making. so most incendiary toxic, racist divisive things this side of al sharpton. remember when he said you can't go into a 7-eleven or dunkin'
donuts in delaware without having a slight indian accent because he felt indians had taken over those businesses? remember when republican -- this guy has played the race car over and over again and he's gotten a pass and it is about time people call him on it. remember when he said barack obama was the first clean african american, as if blacks don't shower and can't speak standard english and nobody said anything. it is about time for people to call him out as the racial toxic incendiary that he is. he says very offensive things. and for him to go over across the pond and lecture them on how they ought to be sensitive, given the things he said. that is just a bit much to me. >> they only lecture the american middle class. china takes in no imgrants.
neither does japan or south korea. and those countries want to may not the integrity of their borders and that is okay with the american left but it is not okay when we do it. why? >> because of the double standard and also the democratic party is the party that purports to care about people in the inner city. people unskilled and there are all sorts of studies that when you have unwrielded illegal immigration they put downward pressure on jobs and wages for those in the inner city who are unskilled. many of whom are people of color the very kind of people the left purports to care about. >> larry elder. feisty. 9:00 in the morning. >> i wish more would make that point. such good point saying you are there for the working man and they will them out and shaft them. >> thanks larry. a police officer near philadelphia is fighting for his life this morning after being shot seven times and one of those times shot in the face.
25-year-old christopher dormund was responding to a call. the officer's bullet proof vest like likely saved his life. the shooter is a convicted felon just released from prison. he now faces charges of attempted murder. actress kelly mcgillis is now arming herself after being attacked inside her home. >> i see real genius in your flying maverick but i can't say that in there. i was afraid everyone in there would see right through me. >> mcgills getting a conceal carry permit after she came home to a woman many in her house accusing her of stalking her on twitter. mcgillis posted this picture of her first target practice showing she's a pretty good shot. and self help horror.
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after he was selected in the draft. the feel good moment now going viral with in on social media saying grandfather stole the show. those are your head lines. well the dow plummeted more than 600 after the brexit vote. it is the worst day in 10 months. how long until your 401(k) recoveries? and she went to the dentist for a minor operation and came out a brit. >> one thing i always was jus kitten and i can't say kidding anymore. >> would you become english next you go to the dentist? whether or not this woman is telling the truth, straight ahead. ♪ jive talking ♪ jive talking ♪ ven. but entresto is a medicine that helps make more tomorrows possible.
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well american markets are feeling the effect of the brexit after the dow plummeted more than 600 points at the close yesterday. it is a volatile moment. how long will it last? >> here with the answers. host of risk and reward on fox business network, deed ra bolton. good morning. >> a good morning. >> lot of people feeling panicky looking and going i got bazookaed yesterday. >> i think it is going to last a while. there are a lot of details to work out. to your point they erased all the gains for the year. the knee jerk reaction is to panic. i would give advice do not panic. just hold on. and realize there is a lot of volatility that is going to be coming. it is going to take two years for the uk and eu to really work out what the new terms are under these new trade agreements. there are a lot of details to glo through.
there is also germany and france. france is all but saying okay uk you want to leave, fine. we want a quick divorce. germany is saying we'd like it to be quick but let's just make sure that business -- are trade agreements are understood. but it is going to take a while to work through and it was a surprise i think. that is the point. you saw the selloff. and part of it is because basically any expert you spoke with. polling experts. they were all saying britain is going to stay in. even the london bookies. they had something like 80/1 odds on staying. >> idiotic. they conflates with what they wanted to happen with what might happen. so tens of thousands of americans living in london working in the finance sector. houp are going to lose their jobs. >> i do some some. prior to the vote they were saying if the uk leaves we really are going to rethink our strategy. sight will i veiled threats. same tone from president obama. he has since backtracked and said london is a very important
hub as it is to every major financial institution. most european banks have their headquarters in london as well. but yeah there will be some who lose their jobs or asked to move to frankfurt or the to zurich. i think there is going to be a repositioning. that is an interesting question though. i was thinking because the eu doesn't want the uk to have terms that are so favorable that it sends a message to the other eu nations saying, you know what, they debate get punished. there is really no bad consequence so go for it. >> britain becomes like hong kong of europe kind of thing. >> yeah. particularly a lot of experts are worried about france and worried about hol shd because they have this -- holland. and if they leave you have the sanctity of the eu questioned. >> -- is a good time to buy? and if so what. >> i would say buy what youknow.
buy what you like. if you are a big believer in apple. or you are a big believer in a stock like starbuck's. okay, you get it at discount. but don't expect to make money on it in the next four weeks. if you know it and are going to hold it for a while it is a great shopping opportunity. but if you don't have if strongest stomach in the world or you need that money. i always say you never really invest with money you need to pay bills in the next six months. it should be a at least a -- >> i'm on the under the mattress plan. >> and gold soared. >> of course. gold and ammo. great to see you this morning. well they sat in the capitol building for hours demanding laws to prevent people from buying guns. but turns out a lot of them democrats own guns. and speaking of sitting, does this look like your dream job? what is client doing?
hey there, you are looking good on a saturday mortgage. quick headlines for you. hawaii now the first state to put gun owners on ab fbi watch list. the move means any gun owner in the state can be monitored for crimes anywhere in the country. and 26 of the democrats who participated in the gun control sitti sit in on thursday are gun owners themselves.
client, wh clayton what's going down there. >> we're going to get to this chair in a moment but first it is the summer. so the months can lead to a slower pace at work so how do you shed off that summer slump and get motivated? let's ask doctor woody. >> good to be here. >> it is nice outside. you don't want to go to work. maybe you are there or less productive these are what the numbers show. how do you first of all change your mind set? >> you have to reboot your mind because remember where your head is is going to set the tone for the day. i believe in mindfulness or meditation. and research has shown particularly at aetna where they launched that mindfulness program. and the workers reduced stress and gained productivity each week. >> so lower the anxiety and more focus on product ift. fantastic. let's say create a launch list.
what do you mean by that? like a do list? >> yes. this is something people miss. consider this. research has shown the typical office worker spends 41% of their day working on non value add activities that are discretionary. so your choice. we do that because we don't have a priority list. sounds simple but start with a list of priorities every day to ask where am i starting? what value is this giving me? and is it worth doing? >> is it something to do the night before? >> i think when you get in in the morning. priorities are change and stuff will come at you but ju just tro to vet it. >> it is warm down here. are you guys hot? see they are half alegally sleep unfortunately. also as the 5:00 a.m. show. but the top of the office. you say set the temperature properly. >> when you look around you see sweaters on and fans going and jackets. cornell has found when you take
the temperature from 68 up to 77 you actually get a 44% drop in error rates but a 150% boost in productivi productivity. warmer is better. optimally 70-72 is your best temperature. >> arrange your space. i cannot stand going into my office at home and having clutter all over the place. tell us about this. this was from alt work. >> phenomenal. >> i would call this a gadget really a workstation. >> it is actually designed you to help you work better the idea is really about choice and control when it comes to productivity. you want options throughout your day so this gives you a lot of different options. >> so you could be on the phone. walking around and facing but then i want to sit down and take a phone call. >> and i think you should. >> rook over here you have some
buttons and you can change the work space station. lowers down. keep it going. nowsy sit like this. but if i want to kick back i'm on a conference call i'm half sleepy and i don't want to pay pay attention i could just lean back. and the foot rest goes out. wow like i'm going to one of anna's pedicures. >> the idea is you want to be able to adjust to yourself. and if you keep it going it will even bring it back further. >> now we're talk tagging. >> and remember we're always keeping the screen at the same distance. it is adjustable depending on height and size. >> whoa daddy. talking to the creators of this. 3-d print magnets. you can put any monitor on here. whatever you want. and just get some work done. this is amazing. >> and this is relaxing and
suited to your style and what works for you. >> only thing mig r missing is a foot rub. >> i'm not that kind of doctor. >> thanks doctor. appreciate it. we want to thank alt work. go to alt work.com and check out these amazing chairs. i know what i want for christmas. coming up donald trump is expected to land at his golf course in scotland any moment. what can we expect from the donald today? john roberts is live on the ground next and he's standing up. and most would guess the uk would vote to stay in the eu but frank luntz hat it right. and she went in for a dental operation and came out with a british accent. >> one thing i always said was just kitten. and i can't say kid-ing anymore.
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from aberdeen scotland. good morning. zrump coming back to scotland? tell us what's going on there? >> donald trump just landing at his golf course a little north of aberdeen on the northeast coast of scotland. probably about 25 minutes north of aberdeen. coming over here from turnbury where he spent all day yesterday talking about the vote here in the uk for brexit. it was an interesting time for donald trump because he was the one who was saying that he thought that the uk would leave, should leave. yet here he was in scotland. where people voted 62-38 in favor of staying in the united kingdom. and now there is talk that the fist minister of scotland is going to hold another referendum on independence because scotland really does want to stay with the eu and there is a chance if
the vote goes towards independence they could leave the uk and stay in the european union. donald trump and hillary clinton in the meantime trading barbs over the brexit vote. and what donald trump said at one point he was asked about the economic impact of brexit the devaluation of the pound he saidsaid he didn't think such a bad thing because it might bring more tourism. and citing turnbury as places where people come. and hillary clinton's focus immediately jumping on a conference call with reporters and telling that donald trump is unfit to be president because rather than talking about the potential economic impact of the brexit he's out there promoting tourism at the turnbury golf course. and both of them now using it to raise money off. look what happened in the uk, people in the united states can do the same thing in terms of overturning the status quo.
and hillary clinton saying that people need to learn what happened, take a look at what happened here in the uk in terms of the brexit vote and apply those lessons to the u.s. saying knob really thought through the consequences of what happened if the vote came out in favor of leaving the eu. no bhaert that collective-wise dom of the political punditry have to say. donald trump feels like he'll come back to the united states with a head of steam to say people chose their right of self determination in the uk. people in the united states should do the same thing come november with the american election. clayton and everyone else there. gosh i'm so tired. sorry. tucker, anna. there you two. >> thanks john. well it is a story that almost hard to believe in fact nearly impossible to believe. a texas woman went into jaw
surgery sounding like this. -- >> that is unbelievable. >> yeah take our word for it. show sounded like a texan. >> when she got out of surgery she had an english accent that sounded like this. >> probably nice away. kitten. ty think i'm taking about a baby cat but i'm not. and i'm saying i'm just kidding but it is kitten. >> take listen. >> i'm pretty much the same person i was before surgery. i mean i have no desire for tea and krumpts. in the first two months were extremely hard. i went through like an identity crisis. i would wake up and like why am i going through this? even though i had a diagnosis, i wasn't okay. i still wanted my voice back. my accent at that was a lot stronger than it is today. this happened six months ago.
for the last six months i've been trying to work really hard on my speech. >> he's able to say y'all she says. he's excited about that. we had -- on earlier who says this is totally real. i think tucker is in the cynical camp on this. >> as usual. >> is this real? >> i think this is real. my vote is yes. there was a physician in norway a hundred years ago who coined foreign accent syndrome. that is what this is. there have been about a hundred cases over a hundred years. most of the time it is due to a stroke or traumatic brain injury. a injury to the voice center of the brain. multiple sclerosis can cause this. in this case i'm a little wondering how it happened because there is no obvious damage to the brain. there is no stroke. it is jaw surgery. it also can be due to something called conversion hysteria which is psychiatric. you are not faking.
you don't know you are having 24 this. it is psychiatric but you don't know. and it's been very dramatic. one person went from hungarian to spanish. and someone from bridtish to french. >> not another language though just the accent. >> right. and because the tongue. if you sw itch the tongue around just a slight bit you get a totally different accent. >> why probably some words sound british and some like she's still have texas. one of her daughters thought she was playing a trick on her out of surgery. she said she went to go see a neurologist and said it is normally from a brain injury. and everything checked out fine. what do you think this could be? >> and you see more errors. i was listening to her carefully. i didn't see the usual error. you see consonant and vowel errors and a lot more hu hu hu. she didn't have all that.
my first suspicion that it is conversion. not that she has psychiatric problems. over time it can get better. in her case -- >> can you predict why someone would sound like a servant on downtown abbey as supposed to like yolk oh no. >> my suspicion is something you have heard. something lodged in her brain from before. something made her think of some thing subconsciously that became her predominate accent. >> a huge fan of hugh grant films. noting hill. >> you believe me now tuck? >> sort of. >> he won't believe it until it happens to him. >> it's not happening to him i'm going to safeguard him. >> speaking of unbelievable, most polls had print staying in the eu but frank luntz called it right.
could the polls be wrong about the american election too? and looking for a good deal on an american suv. it looks like frank is. we have some top bargains in the plaza just ahead. >> he just gave away a car i think. >> first let's check with david aston. >> the uk voting to leave the eu and we're already feeling it here in the u.s. but from the economy to border security, someone here says this could actually end up helping us not hurting us. and after the brexit selloff we have the rebound stocks ready to take off. plus public union workers in a major u.s. city demanding tax hikes to fix their school budget shortfall. why taxpayers everywhere should listen to this one. the cost of freedom. we'll see you there bath and going for a swim became the same thing for a few days? then keep the tradition going at bass pro shops' family summer camp. plus, check out huge savings for summer fun
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landed by helicopter in aberdeen scotland amid the fall out from the brexit vote. most polls predicts britain could stay in the eu. all the smart people thought would be. but the next guest and a few of us had it rights. >> if give yours perspective on this. how come the betting odds were so much against leaving and for remain. >> because the pollsters and the pundits did not understand two key points. number one is you have to measure intensity because that determines vote. 70% turned out. it was the highest turnout they have ever had. more people voted than even voted for prime minister and parliament last year. and after intensity you have to figure out where the undecided is going and on issue after issue, attribute after attribute, those uncommitted people, because there weren't many undecided, they were frustrated with government and europe and felt they didn't have
control and most importantly felt the bureaucrats didn't understand. if you can get the passion right and the turnout right and figure out the undecided that is how you project the election. >> donald trump in scotland. scotland of course voting to stay. england voting not to stay. what is different? >> the scottish are simply contrarian and they want another vote. what is strange is they want to vote out of britain but in the eu. they want to vote against the people they know the best and join up with those who know them the least. i don't understand that but france wants a vote. holland have a vote within the next 12 months. watch the elections in places like austria and germany. the elites are on the run all across the globe and the public is saying not just in america but all across europe the public is saying enough is enough. >> when i hear people like joe biden ascribe this result to racism and most people on the left i think just assume this is what happens when bigots vote.
it suggests to me they really have no idea what's going on here. like they are still not learning the basic listens which is people want secure borders. >> not only secure borders. they want a secure life. they voted against the economists. they vogted against the parliament. against the leadership. and every time that the remain people put the leadership of the conservative, labor -- all of them up flexion next to each other the former prime ministers up next to each other. the public says this is exactly what i don't want. stop telling me mow to think and stop regulating me. let me take control of my own life. >> you mention the sentiment and all the upcoming votes. we see what happened in germany. hillary clinton doubling down on the angela merkel side of things. she's sort of going all in. and that is -- that could really come back to haunt her? >> absolutely. there as huge message here. if you represent the status quo you are on the wrong side and this is not just a population
that is angry. that is also a misnomer. this as population that feels betrayed. >> angela merkel on the status quo side. radically transformed germany with 1.5 million migrates from the middle east. that is like crazy change. >> i think they got it wrong here and in europe and are going to continue to get it wrong unless they actually listen to the voters themselves. you can cannot analyze brexit from america. you have to go and actually talk to the voters in england and scotland and wales. you have got to be among them to really understand that these are not people on the extreme. in the exact opposite. they love their country. and they love their communities. and they just want the rest of the world to leave them alone and let them live their lives. and what is wrong with that? >> amen. frank thank you. great to see you. >> great to see you. >> coming up here on the show. i think he gave one of the cashes away. frankly might not even have it.
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gets good gas mileage. >> and comfortable in here. >> roomy and not too big for parking and using in the city. >> rick standing by. >> i'm in the subaru forester. last time i had a car. i don't have a car in the city but i have a subaru forester and i loved it. how much does this go for now. >> starting in the low 20s and up higher than that. all of these cars we're seeing today. the industry sell s more of thee than anything right now. lot of great deals. fastest growing segment full time four wheel drive. excellent fuel economy. good handling. >> and this gigantic sunroof. my favorite part. everybody has their thing. >> right. >> tucker. >> all right. i'm sitting here with famed
pollster frank luntz. >> wow. two of my heros in one mazda. >> sport button. what does that do? >> changes the way the car shifts to go faster. slightly less economy but it is worth noting this mazda, of all four cars here gets the best mileage of all. probably around 35 merpg on the highwa . it handles better than any suv. really car like. mazda is known for that. really exciting to drive. great chassis. >> if i'm going a hundred manor and i make a sharp right turn, am i okay in this car? >> probably not. >> 95? >> i know about you and the sharp turns, frank. >> what does this go for?
>> mid to high 20s and you can run them up into the 30s. >> really? >> yeah. >> not bad at all. >> they are good value and we sell a lot and there is a reason. >> outstanding. you kind of made the sale on this. thank you. >> gentlemen look forward to seeing you at the service bay. >> more "fox and friends" coming out of caree us next. ♪ what are you doing? sara, i love you, and... [phone rings] ah, it's my brother. keep going... sara, will you marry... [phone rings again] what do you want, todd???? [crowd cheering] keep it going!!!! if you sit on your phone, you butt-dial people. it's what you do. todd! if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. i know we just met like, two months ago... yes! [crowd cheering] [crowd cheering over phone]
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