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finally, a dunkin' donuts employee caught dumping a tray of donuts on the floor and picking them up before selling them. >> i wonder if they were jelly filled or plain. >> either way i don't want them. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> bye. good monday morning to you and to your family. it's june 27th. i'm ainsley. that is a plane packed with passengers and it burst into flames. the dramatic images are just coming in. >> 777. meanwhile, the brexit vote in brittain turning into a campaign issue in the race for the white house. >> she should go on camera. she called brexit 100% wrong. 100% wrong and she doesn't want to go on camera because she's embarrassed. >> she's embarrassed? well, could this be, the brexit thing, be a good thing for donald trump. we have brand-new polls come in and his son eric joins us today. it's national sunglasses
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today, but since we wake up early we wear our sunglasses at night. ♪ don't push the blame in the guy in shades, oh, no ♪ ♪ don't mess around with the guy in shades, oh, no ♪ >> more of the exclusive "fox & friends" video you just won't see anywhere else because no one had the guts to do it. mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪ a small town in kansas, we look forward all year long to the county fair. today we have brought essentially the county fair to our plaza. our friends from fantasy world entertainment have brought a tilt a whirl and bumper cars. they've done 20 events for the
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white house. senators, congressmen, did something for donald trump. we are going to have some fun in the sun today. meanwhile, i'm not sure if they're going to be having fun oversees. stewart varny was all over this story all weekend. he forgot to sleep for about three days. stewart joins us to talk about brexit. what are we doing today? >> good morning, brian. we're going to see the markets, usually volatile. that means they're down a little bit. may be down another 100 points so investors watching this closely. two other things going on with money. this vote in brittain may lower mortgage rates. if you're going to london on vacation, you've got american collars in yo dollars in your pocket, you'll get a bargain. >> the reason stuart is on the phone today is this is such a
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big deal over seas. he's on vacation with his family in the cape of cod, cape cod. stuart, explain for folks why they should care about brexit other than the mortgage rates perhaps which is good for some people and if you're going to have a european vacation. >> the big problem with the exit vote in brittain is that it will probably lead to the breakup of europe as we know it. >> bad thing? >> but only in the sense that america has basically built europe and for now europe will fall apart. that's not -- this is uncertainty in the world. certainly uncertainty in the world of money and that will be reflected over here. you're in for a long period of volatility, up and down on the stock market, up and down on interest rates. that is going to happen. long term i think it's good for america and good for brittain
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because europe is never going to grow. it's a semi socialist organization. it's going nowhere. it's been floundering. this breakup is probably the best thing that's going to happen in the long term and may restore themselves with some growth. that's what everybody wants. >> stuart, we are hearing there is a plan to block it for a second, a redo. a revote. >> not a chance, ainsley. the elites are apoplectic of this vote. the business, media, everybody wanted the britts to stay and they wanted to leave. the elites are upset about this. all of this talk of a second vote, i don't think it's going to go anywhere. it's just the elites being very, very upset. not going to be anywhere. >> what's the chance of them
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looking to push them away and northern ireland and scotland saying, wait a second. we want to stay. we want a referendum in where we stay in great britain. >> it's more of a breakup. the breakup of the european union and the breakup of the united kingdom, that is northern ireland, scotland, wales, england. the scotts and the northern irish want to stay. if they want to stay, that would break up what we call the uk, united kingdom. this breakup of the united kingdom and breakup england. we continue to be a vigorous, dynamic, i think expanding economy. >> stuart, this could all be actually, you know, a little indication of what could happen here in the united states in november because in the
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beginning the eu was supposed to help them and then the bureaucrats were bossing around the people of brittain. that's what's going on here in the united states. paul manafort, donald trump's campaign chairman, was asking whether it's good for the united states, this breakup or brexit. here's what he said yesterday. >> what happened with brexit was people taking back control. the bureaucrats in brussels and told the britts how to live talking about globallism. a change agent. >> it's a solution. it's much better.
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>> donald trump and hillary clinton who had it wrong. >> i think he's helpful. >> the same issues. >> it will be a vote for donald trump. it's the back of the line. >> stuart, we can't thank you enough providing your insight. >> enjoy your vacation.
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>> if you're in that area, chances are you'll be there. >> on friday. >> in scotland, he was there to promote the golf course. that we aired. it's the left side, they're going after him saying he was there.
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>> yeah, here's a tweet from donald trump. clinton is trying to wash away. it's big dollar ads. >> it may not look right. the entire press conference which corker said. they react from the business perspective. in scott land, you realize it. you go into the nomination. when he goes to the general the media quickly says everything was wrong.
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it's against them. in expertise. i think he should not wait. >> the mainstream media. strictly that's just how they vote and that kind of has been indicated by donald trump. anyway, more on this morning eric trump will join us. >> unbelievable. >> a plane is bursting into flames. inside the aircraft. it was a singapore flight. it had to turn around at 30,000 feet because of an engine oil
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warning. the right engine and wing went up in flames. more than 200 people trapped inside for several ago gee nio minutes. one passenger posting this on social media, quote, i just escaped death. luckily no one was hurt. unbelievable. back here at home, they were on their way to church but five family members did not make it. they were killed when their mini van slammed into an amtrak train. this happened in colorado and police say the van didn't stop for that train. the father, the mom and three of their children were killed, however, 4-year-old girl did survive. what a beautiful family. that little girl is in stable condition right now. there were 280 passengers on that train and they were not hurt. at this hour, nearly 2 million people bracing for more storms in flood soaked west virginia. take a look at this. some areas rooftops. now the only thing you can see, the powerful flood waters
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ripping up the streets. areas already declared federal disaster jones. at least 25 people are dead and hundreds of families left without homes but these communities are still holding out hope. >> my wife and my kids, i got everything with me. >> rescue crews intensify their search for the missing today. all of that happening in west virginia. a hero police officer shot seven times, including once in the face, will now get out of the hospital today. christopher doorman, a police officer south of philadelphia amazingly will survive after a suspect fired at him several times. he just got a special call from his favorite singer. listen to this ♪ we were teenage dreaming, front seat leaning, baby come and give me a kiss ♪ >> country star kenny chesney apologizing to that officer saying that the officer was dead when he gave a shout out at a concert in south philadelphia
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except he was not. kenny chesney tweeting at police said, he's doing great. told him we'd watch an eagles game and have beers one day. made it all good. he rectified it. >> i'm going to see him in concert. >> he's fantastic. >> awesome. meanwhile, coming up on this morning, he used to being a donald trump. he switched parties to support donald trump. could this be a trend that turns the rust belt red. who could forget president bush's disdain for broccoli. >> i don't like broccoli and i haven't liked it since i was a little kid and my mother made me eat it and i'm president of the united states and i'm not going to eat anymore broccoli. >> this morning a 5-year-old takes on the president with this hilarious letter. we're going to share it with you. ♪ ♪ bp wind farms are monitored 24/7 at our remote operations center,
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democrats. bill polacheck changed. why change? >> well, i think what you have to keep in mind is in a lot of western pennsylvania, especially johnstown, a lot of democrats are pro life and pro guns so it wasn't quite as big of a stretch. i think ronald regan said it best, i didn't change, the democratic party changed. when you see barack obama is there the past eight years, now you see what hillary is doing, they've become almost more of a socialist type of government. look what's happening with the brexit and brittain left. those are the real reasons why. we want someone who is going to speak to the people. i think donald trump does that, at least with people in pennsylvania. >> well, i mean, he'd have to take pennsylvania. he has to upset one of those states if he's going to be
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successful, michigan, pennsylvania, somewhere else. the average is hillary clinton by 5%. that's the trend that's happening after hillary had her best month and donald trump the worst. doesn't seem to be budging people in the rust belt. in ohio, shockingly close. the convention, 43 to 40% but when you look at what propels people of pennsylvania, what changed from barack obama taking pennsylvania four years ago and eight years ago? >> it's actually pretty simple. we're in the rust belt. you have the steel issue going down. china, exports more steel than the united states manufactures. there's nothing wrong with that. what's happening with west virginia, pennsylvania and ohio between the coal industry, hillary clinton standing there just killing the coal industry. >> bill, you're a powerful person in pennsylvania and it means a lot for the trump people
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to say this. how many people are feeling like you feel? >> actually, there's quite a few. i have a company, we have about 400 plus people and just a random poll out of curiosity to see how many employees were voting for trump versus clinton. i was surprised that over 90% of those people were voting for trump and you've got to realize, they're mostly democrats. >> wow. going to be interesting. thanks so much. bill polacek, thanks so much. >> thank you. coming up straight ahead here on "fox & friends," president obama apologized for america. this war veteran has an amazing message for this country. >> be ashamed of standing up and saying i did this and i fought for my country. be proud. do the best you can and they won't find any fault with you.
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and a $5 billion project ten years in the making now complete. the panama canal is bigger and better. the upgrades allowing ships to carry twice as much cargo. as you can see, they had a big party. ainsley. 66 years ago a war began between two countries, the korean war. 2.5 million people were killed or wounded. while president obama believes the u.s. is a flawed nation that must apologize for its past sins, south korea is forever grateful to our military for its service. joining me is korean war army veteran, the consul general of the republic of korea of new york. thank you both, gentlemen, for being with us. mr. parsons, i'll start with you. tell me about going to war and fighting in the korean war. >> it was a battle that we fought. we're very proud that we did fight that battle because my
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feelings we liberated a great country. we gave them their freedom. they used it well. the korean government, the korean people, they raised from the ashes. if you saw seoul as i saw it, you would be amazed. when i went back i thought sure the pilot didn't have a gps on and we landed somewhere else. the american soldier does not go into a country to occupy it, we go into it to free it and let it be free and let it flourish on its own and korea is a great monument to me and all of our korean war vets. >> i want to bring you in. you are the consul general. you represent korea and live here in new york city. i wasn't born during the korean war. we hear these stories. based on what we're hearing from our government and this administration. what's your reaction to that? >> well, the korean government and korean people have been
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grateful to the services and sacrifices. without their dedication and service the present korea wouldn't exist. i think we have to honor and thank korean war veterans on and on. we are running many programs to honor and say our gratitude to them. >> now, mr. parsons, because of a program that you have started you were able to go over there on a free flight, a way for them to thank americans for your service. >> yes, that's true. my first visit there i met the president of korea. he put a medal around my neck. >> does it make it all worth while? >> absolutely. absolutely. >> now you're glad you fought. >> i was asked one time was it worth it. i have to look back to number one korea and number two korea and you can see a tremendous difference. the people are grateful for what
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we did. the korean war veterans are happy that we did do it. it's a nation that i'm very proud of, that i feel that i'm part of that nation. >> we'll end with this. what is your message to the soldiers that are watching? >> my message to soldiers that are serving now, fight for your country. be proud of what you do. don't be ashamed of standing up and saying, i did this and i fought for my country. be proud. do the best you can and they won't find any fault with you. don't believe this stuff that you're not thankful, you're not remembered. you are remembered. >> thank you so much. mr. george parsons and mr. kim, thank you for being here. thank you for what you're doing for americans. thank you for your service. >> thank you. >> thank you. now to another patriot. this guy was just trying to decorate for the 4th of july and now he's being forced to take down his flag or else. how he's fighting back next. and step right up.
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elton john wears them. corey hart only wears them at night. because we go to work at night and today on national sunglasses day we can accurately say, we wear our sunglasses at night. >> that's true. >> just like the song. >> watch. ♪ ♪
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♪ i wear my sunglasses at night ♪ ♪ so i can, so i can ♪ watch you even breathe the story lines ♪ ♪ i wear my sunglasses at night ♪ ♪ so i can, so i can ♪ keep track of visions in my eyes ♪ ♪ while she's deceiving me ♪ it cuts my security ♪ has she got control of me ♪ i turn to her and say ♪ don't push the blame on a guy in shades, oh, no ♪ ♪ don't mess around with the guy in shades, oh, no ♪
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♪ i can't believe it ♪ she's got it made with the guy in shades, oh, no ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ oh, no ♪ i say, i wear my sunglasses at night ♪ ♪ i wear my sunglasses at night ♪ ♪ i wear my sunglasses at night ♪ ♪ i say to you now, i wear my sunglasses at night ♪ ♪ i wear my sunglasses at night ♪ ♪ i wear my sunglasses at night ♪ ♪ i kra to you ♪ i wear my sunglasses at night
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♪ ♪ i wear my sunglasses at night ♪ >> we also wear our sunglasses during the day so you can't tell that we got up really early and we have bloodshot eyes. >> oh, my gosh, the time that went into that took us totally out of our comfort zone. we can talk to you guys. we talk to a million people every morning but to do that without a glass of wine or anything. >> right. right. >> hard to do. >> you were so stoic. >> steve, you look like such the celebrity, getting out of the car with the sunglasses. >> the spotlight. >> we liked your air microphone. >> you didn't have a hair brush? >> the mvp right here. >> i was good. >> i thought you were in the bathroom in one of yours. >> i want surveillance cameras. >> we have a surveillance camera. >> you were really good when you
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turned around in front of the computer. you were right on it. >> we don't waste much time in front of a mirror lip syncinc. >> june 27th, don't forget, today is national sunglasses day. >> put it on your calendar. every year you should celebrate it. >> send us your video on instagram. don't we have an be instagram account? >> absolutely. in the meantime, it is 24 minutes before the top of the hour and we are here on the couch and heather has the news without the sunglasses. >> without the sunglasses. got a couple of headlines now. today for the first time elizabeth warren hitting the campaign trail with hillary clinton. the two hitting the campaign trail pushing what they call economic equality. warren is widely believed to be on hillary's short list for vp. this after she released a new ad attacking donald trump. check it out. >> small business owners, they pay their fair share to support courageous first responders. donald trump thinks that supporting them is throwing
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money down the drain. >> well, it turns out one of the men in that campaign ad actually voted for trump in the massachusetts primary. michael levin telling "fox & friends" that he was shocked. >> got a text from a friend who said, hey, i just saw you in the new warren video attacking trump. i thought, you've got to be kidding me. to my shock and suffer price, i think 12 million people have seen the ascenting position. >> levin said warren didn't call him to use his picture. this will give you chills. smoke pouring out of a plane. the terrifying moments on an american airlines flight at heathrow in london. smoke can be seen coming from the back of the plane. before passengers were able to get out there may have been a fault in the auxiliary power
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unit which is a small engine in the tail of a plane. a man not allowed to fly the american flag from his own home, that's because of a rule at his apartment complex in colorado. management there forcing him to remove his flag from the balcony. >> i don't want it to be an issue of being afraid to fly the american flag. i want it to be an issue of being honorable and honored to fly the american flag. >> amen to that. well, management having a change of heart. this is in greeley, colorado. after online outrage they are allowing him to fly that flag with pride. what do you think of that? former president george h.w. bush has always had strong feelings about a certain vegetable. you may remember this. >> i haven't liked it since i was a little kid and my mother made me eat it. and i'm president of the united states, and i'm not going to eat anymore broccoli. >> so why should i have to, right? i'm potus. >> well, a 5-year-old named
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cooper writing a letter to the former president urging him to eat his broccoli. he ate his broccoli. bush responding saying he was proud of cooper but the former president is already set in his ways and he is saying he has not been persuaded. he still ditches the broccoli. those are your headlines. let's head outside where my friends are having a carnival today. >> i'm shoor the president would love this food because these are sweet. you think of the carnival and you think of concessions, cotton candy, sno-cone, popcorn, everything deep fried. >> here's a way to bring the carnival flavors home with a twist. >> good morning. >> we love the taste of summer. how do we bring it home. let's start with sno-cones. >> all you need is shaved ice and no syrup. >> how do you shave the ice if you don't have that machine? >> you can use a food processor at home.
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>> oh, good. >> or you can buy a small at-home machine. you have fruit concentrate. we have grape on top. >> you can buy that at the grocery store? >> we have orange. >> if you want to get fancy. >> if you want to get fancy. that's a sno-cone. >> thank you very much. >> one flavor. >> popcorn. you come home with all of your popcorn and you want to make a little treat for your kids or yourself. >> leftover popcorn. >> or you can freshly pop them. then you're going to drizzle some chocolate. what are your favorite things? do you like lemon? >> dessert challenged. >> we have to now. >> do you like maple sugar? >> yes. >> brian, say yes. >> do you like maple sugar? >> yes. yeah, exactly. >> you can put different mixes. you have some salty pretzels with the popcorn.
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every child loves goldfish. >> kids love seafood. >> yeah, that's right. you toss it together and you have a homemade treat. >> thank you. >> in training. >> we do now. everybody likes sno-cones. what you're going to do, the shavings, bring one of those from a place that makes that. you can't get that at home. what do you do? >> to make cotton candy, we're going to make sundaes with cotton candy. what are your favorite toppings? >> m&ms. >> bailey's. >> whipped cream. >> cotton candy? >> right here. >> you top it.
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>> couldn't look computer than that. >> adorable. >> a little bit. >> yeah. >> taste of summer. >> well, we'll make some during the commercial. >> thank you very much. >> thank you to fantasy world entertainment for this carnival. isn't this impressive. >> next hour, how to win a prize at those harder than they look games. so you, too, can wind up with a toy when you go home. in the meantime, is donald trump ready to change? >> there is no question about it and we're going a little bit different, but it's going to be -- i mean, i think it seems to be very successful. >> okay. is that enough to make somebody like republican senator mike lee -- >> mike, do you like this? >> who likes a carnival. cotton candy. the senator will be with us next inside, ainsley. >> also. plus, what happens when we go to
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democrats in congress planning more anti-gun publicity stunts like last week's sit-in in congress. stunts could be coming to a city near you while you celebrate independence day. lawmakers who organized the sit-in are call for a national day of action saying whether it is a press conference, roundtable or a telephone town hall, we encourage you to host an event. utah senator mike lee wrote the book on the importance of our rights in a great book. i can't encourage you to buy it
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enough. it's called "our lost constitution." good morning, senator. >> good morning. >> good to have you. >> good to be here. >> first of all, did you regard what happened on the floor of the senate when they had the sit-in and everything else as disrespectful? >> certainly wasn't respectful of a process that is supposed to be deliberative. you know, if they want to make a change, they've got to start addressing what the real issues are which are the administration's failed policies when it regards terrorism and it relates to islamic fundamentalism terrorism. that's what we ought to be talking about. >> senator, you know the administration doesn't want to talk about that. they want to dodge it and say it is a gun problem. >> which is exactly why we have this going on. they want to talk about anything and everything other than what the real problem is. >> is this part of their plan for november? >> yeah, i think it ties into their plan for november but in a way it ties into everything which is to expand the size, scope of the federal government. they want to restrict the rights
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of law abiding americans. they want to do so in a way that will be perfectly helpful towards making us safer. >> donald trump certainly came out early and said, look, this is islamic terror clearly and hillary clinton and barack obama won't say those terms but that's what it was. you have not yet endorsed donald trump. why not? >> i haven't endorsed him. i would love to see him embrace the kind of reforms that i call for in my book, embrace the kind of structural constitutional reforms that i outline in my book, in particular. i'd love to see him go after federalism and conduct of power. we explain the twin structural protects which do protect us. the idea that we should govern and each piece of government should be following the rules.
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if donald trump embraced the two principles, he'd be a whole lot better off as a candidate. >> we have his son eric trump coming on in a half hour. donald trump may be watching right now. your message to donald trump regarding november would be what? >> move forward. embrace a structural constitutional agenda, one that shows that he's ready to govern as a conservative, not just a political conservative but a constitutional conservative. one who respects limitations placed on them and is willing to follow them. >> i have read your book twice. it's called our lost constitution. it talks about the genesis of how we have devolved to the point we are right now. you're all about, look, we had this founding document. we've got to go back to the basic tenants of america or we're toast. >> yeah, that's right. it's really a positive message. >> it is. >> it shows we have been great as a country because and to the
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very extent that we've followed the constitution there are key features with this in the constitution we have neglected. to the extent we can reinvigorate that, we as areinv those, we will benefit significantly as a result. economically and every other way. >> senator mike lee, thank you. thanks for coming in to new york. all right. meanwhile, this border patrol agent died because of the botched government gun running program fast and furious and it's happening again. this time in the middle east and it looks like it is just as deadly. and that autograph is going to be worth something one day. i promise you we're taking you behind the scenes of our fox fan day over the weekend. that kid's name is tommy. trust me. i wrote it five times.
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dire consequences. 17 million citizens of the uk voted to leave, but the government doesn't have to. it was a non-binding referendum and that's what's playing out here in berlin. you've got angela merkel the chancellor of germany meeting today with the president of france, mr. hollande, as well as the prime minister from italy. now, they want a quick divorce from the united kingdom. think of this as a divorce in the united states. your wife or your husband can threaten you with divorce, but until you file the papers you're still married. here in the eu they have not filed the papers. it is up to the government of the united kingdom david cameron to notify the council they intend to leave and that has not happened yet. the chief of staff, angela merkel, has said that
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politicians in the united kingdom should think about the consequences of leaving. indicating that perhaps the government of the uk could deny the will of the people. i want to show you something real quick. this is the newspaper, the business newspaper here in berlin this morning. it shows angela merkel with boris johnson, the former mayor who was in favor of leaving behind her and it's talking about under the surface a lot of angst. people in germany are worried about the uk leaving. mr. johnson apparently not. >> all right, adam shapiro, thank you. we have the deirdre bolton, the host of "risk and reward." what's the stock market looking like for today? >> same unfortunately. there's selling in europe, u.s. futures indicating a much lower open. just a lot of pressure, listen, this was a big surprise. even the bookies were wrong. >> that never happens. >> they're a reliable source on these things. this was a big surprise, a big shock. it is taking investors -- it's taking them extra time to digest
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it. goldman sachs forecasting a recession for the uk. that's out a few years ago and actually cutting the u.s. growth as a result. just by a few percentage points in the gdp. >> we have to adjust, we have an additional trading partner, right? i think it's an adjustment period for us. but why such loss in the market? >> they're our cousins. when we think of our best ally that's the country we think of right away. part of this is sentimental and we do quite a lot of trade with them. i would see this as a buying opportunity. i would be very, very cautious. i think the markets will be volatile for a long time. but if there's tech stocks you want to own or maybe some companies that are mostly u.s., for example, starbucks. maybe you're a big fan. starbucks is on sale right now. so is microsoft. so is google. so for an investor who has the strong stomach for the next 12
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to 18 months, this is a good opportunity. but please please please do not sell on a down day. there is no reason to do that. you just wait till a good rally, a good rally week hopefully. >> don't take out your retirement money today. >> absolutely not. >> people are comparing what's happening across the pond to what's happening here as far as immigration. >> yeah. a lot of parallels, right? it's populist movement. the people saying i don't like what my leaders are doing, it's a rejection of the political elite. not working for me, not working for my family. here's what we'll do about it. so we heard from adam shapiro. france is going to have is a referendum. so is holland. so there are -- this is really a sweeping move. what i love about this for donald trump's campaign is that everybody said, well, you know, he's not really a professional politician. a lot of his critics say he doesn't know what he -- there he was in scotland, at the right place at the right time. >> coincidence, but nonetheless he looked like a genius. >> fabulous coincidence. >> for him. so let's look at the big -- another parallel.
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london wanted to remain. washington seems -- london is isolated from the rest of britain and washington in so many ways seems -- >> rural versus -- >> yeah. >> i think the banking business, what london is really anxious about is all of these big european banks. they have their headquarters in london. so every single person in london who owns a club, a bar, a restaurant, any kind of business, they're freaking out because if these big european banks move head count, move employees out of london, that hurts them. >> a lot of americans, a lot of friends here in new york, i've noticed the banks have headquarters over there in london as you were saying. is that going to change? all of our friends -- >> morgan stanley made a comment over the weekend, listen, we'll leave a team in london of course with reason. but we'll begin to shift some employees out. >> the big change is whether or not what happened with brexit on thursday into friday in europe will translate as something good for donald trump come november. his campaign manager had this to
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say about that. watch this, deirdre. >> what happened with brexit was people taking back control. i mean, the faceless bureaucrats in brussels and strasburg who ruled and told the brits how to live and making promises for them that their lives would get better and talking about a future based on globalism and this election in 2016. where donald trump is the only change agent it's set up perfectly on those same things because hillary clinton is the epitome of the establishment. the promises of -- that globalism is a solution, the promise that government's going to make your life better if you give up your freedoms, the promises that we know better than you in how to make your lives better have been rejected. >> were rejected. a lot of it was about economic policies. eu was set up to help everybody economically, but it morphed into -- >> a lot of red tape. >> a lot of red tape. they were telling the people in the uk what kind of container they had to put their milk in
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and their meat. and it was immigration and that's a big problem here. >> i think the business red tape and i'm the ceo of a company, i want to buy another company, i have to go through brussels, that that's completely annoying and that's been building for years. let's just say that immigration broke the camel's back for a lot of people. >> we'll watch you on "risk and reward" on fox business. 7:10. time for the news. >> good morning. i hope you had a terrific weekend. i have a couple of headlines to bring you. a plane bursts into flames. imagine being on the plane and seeing that outside your window. it was a singapore air flight, it was on its way to milan. it had to turn around at 30,000 feet because of an engine oil warning. well seconds after it made the emergency landing the right engine and wing went on fire. more than 200 people were trapped inside the boeing 777
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for several agonizing minutes. as firefighters raced to the scene to put out those flames. one passenger posted -- i just escaped death. amazingly no one was hurt. we have a heart breaking story to bring you right now. this family was on its way to church, family of five, but they didn't make it. they were killed when their minivan slammed into the amtrak train. what a beautiful family there. police in colorado say that the van didn't stop for the train. the father, the mother and three of their children were killed. but a 4-year-old daughter did survive. this morning she's in stable condition. there were 280 passengers on that train. they were not hurt. well, happening right now nearly 2 million people bracing for more storms in west virginia. the damage is plain to see. in some areas you can only see rooftops above the floodwater. in other areas, streets collapsing under the heavyweight of the rain. abandoned cashes litter the roads. >> when it started to rain, i
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knew devastation after that. because i mean you couldn't see our road going out. it was just water. nothing but water. >> at least 25 people have died in that flooding so far. hundreds of families are now left without homes. pride and pandering, well, you decide. hillary clinton yesterday joining the new york city gay pride parade. but she bailed out after walking about four blocks. after 20 minutes she left without talking to reporters. some say this is for publicity and then she bailed. those are. >> apparently, she walked the four blocks, got the photo-op which everybody ran and then she jumped back into scooby the van. >> didn't think people would notice but they did. they're treating about it. a border control agent died because of the botched government gun running program called fast and furious from the obama administration. and now it's happening again. disturbing report is next and
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remember operation fast and furious when the cia sold weapons to mexican drug cartels? one of the guns killed a border agent and it's happening again and it's happening in the middle east. it could be just as dead. >> i kristin fisher has the stunning detail. >> reporter: yeah, the allegations sound familiar. weapons provided by the u.s. government falling into the wrong hands. only to be used against americans. this time it's the cia reportedly shipping weapons into jordan. they were intended for syrian rebels but according to a joint investigation by "the new york times" and al jazeera which broke the story, the weapons have been systematically stolen by operatives and then sold to the black market. even worse, the times reports that the fbi investigators believe some of the weapons that were stolen were then used in the attack on a police training
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facility in oman where two contractors were killed. these weapons were brought to arm and train syrian rebels fighting against the assad regime. we are talking millions of dollars worth of assault rifles, mortars and rocket propelled grenades. it's led to the flood of new weapons available on the black arms market and now jordanian officials are denying any wrongdoing. they say that the allegations that the jordanian officers are involved is absolutely incorrect. and that weapons are concretely tracked with the highest discipline. after a response from the u.s. government tcia and the fbi have so far declined to comment and the state department wouldn't address the allegations directly but a spokesman said a relationship with jordan remains solid. brian and ainsley? >> thank you, kristin fisher. >> arming the wrong people. we have no direction, the russians are involved. it is an absolute mess. i don't think anybody in washington seems to care. >> i agree with you.
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coming up he created a lot of controversy from the bench. a judge who created drug addicts like patients instead of criminals but guess what? it worked. he's here next to tell us why and why it could have a huge impact on the drug problem in our own country. >> and the donald trump campaign promising a big announcement this week. what could it be? we'll ask eric trump when he stops by. i believe he's in the house.
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all right. some quick headlines now. usher my favorite dancer burning donald trump, making it clear who he won't be voting for this election season. read between the lines. during last night's b.e.t. awards he wore a jacket that
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said don't trump america. for 10,000 bucks you can watch "hamilton" with hillary clinton. wow. tickets for special matinee start at under 10 n,000 dollars and the $100,000 gets you into the special rap party. i'd rather -- ainsley? thanks so much, brian. well, it's one of the biggest problems in america today. and the out of control heroin epidemic is worsening. at least 23 people in ohio die each week from heroin. now a retired judge is giving drug offenders a second chance, fuelling the question should addicts be treated like patients or like criminals? joining us now is scott vandercar, an attorney and a retired municipal judge. thank you for being with us. >> thank you for having me. >> well, we want to start with your personal story. why did you start these programs
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to help guys or women that have problems with drugs? >> it started probably 10 or 15 years ago. a supreme court judge came to me, asked me to start mental health court. did that for ten years. county prosecutor asked me to do drug court so i started drug court. and i saw the impact. we were changing lives every day. saving lives every day. as you pointed out 2,482 people died of overdose in ohio in 2014. we have a national health epidemic that we need to address. >> well, you say that one out of five ohio residents knows someone who is struggling with heroin. i think all of us can relate to that. any personal stories there, do you know anyone who's dealt with this? >> yes. a lady and her son, an 18-year-old, 11 months ago died of a heroin overdose.
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>> i'm sorry about that. tell us about the program. >> drug court is one where sometimes people think at first, oh, you're being soft on crime. not at all. you're keeping people accountable. you take a plea through an offense, make them come and see the judge every single week. you make them do 90 aa meetings in 90 days. make them go to outpatient treatment. you make them test for drugs three to five times a week. if they don't follow the program, you do have a consequence including locking them up. many times at graduation, a graduate says judge vandercar, it's the second time you locked me up that i finally got it. i started following the rules. i think the other part with the drug court, they are typically a two-year long program. the program has to be long enough to keep the person
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accountable for a long period of time to get them out of that habit. to break that cycle. the other thing that we found came of great assistance is medically the treatment. viv atril pushed us up to be being 70% successful. if you can be 70% successful with a program with a heroin addict, that needs to be spread throughout ohio and throughout the country. that's what i'm setting out to do. >> that's amazing, 70% of the people -- seven out of ten coming out clean. we all need to pay attention to this and other states need to take notice of this. drug addicts when going behind bars they're not getting clean as a result. you have to find out why someone is doing the drugs. you have to find out the reason and why they're so lonely or what the void is? >> absolutely. absolutely. you know, the -- there's two problems there. everyone is self-medicating many
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times -- high percentage, they're self-medicating some kind of personal issue. but also, as i was even preparing for this morning and looking at some of the data out there and casually talking to someone on the phone last night, you know, it's become where it's in the young people that heroin is it's okay to casually use heroin. that is not acceptable because of the destruction that it has. it grips their life. it's not just the loss of life. that is huge. but it's the destruction of the family that they're in. they steal from their parents. they lie to their parents. up it's very destruction. >> why heroin, it's cheap and easy to get. thank you so much for being with us, judge. and explaining this. and for loving all of these individuals who deserve to be loved. they're someone's child. we appreciate that. >> thank you. >> thank you. the five second rule does not apply here. a worker drops the doughnuts on
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the floor, picks them up and then sells them. oh, no, wait until you hear where this happened. you might have already been there this morning, unfortunately. the trump campaign promising a big announcement this week. what is it? his son eric is there to tell us. come on in, eric.
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i'm a graduate of the west point class of 1966. we suffered more casualties than any other class in the history of west point and one of my dear friends and classmates was mike snell. i didn't see him after graduation until we were together on the 13th of june, 1969. he came by my foxhole with a can of beer.
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about 2:00 in the morning that night, we were overrun by the north vietnamese 29th regiment. a young man said, sir, do you know captain snell? said, yes, he said he's in bad trouble. in that one moment on that morning of the 13th of june 1969, i realized as i held him in my arms that mike and i shared a bond in both life and death that no one will ever understand who hasn't lived it. >> share your pride on facebook, twitter and instagram, #proud american. >> speaking of proud americans we have one right now. joining us in the studio is eric trump. >> thank you for having me. >> first off, one of the big stories you guys are going to get more involved with the policy side than ever before.
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is that something that's changed? >> i think less of the policy side, but i think we'll be on that side. we spend every day with him, he's been an amazing father to us. we want to win as a family. if i can help in a small way we'll be there. >> he was your -- by your side on friday. >> in scott land. we had it live. >> a lot of people are comparing what happened over there to what's happening here. >> well, yeah, i think first of all as a son it was an amazing thing. hillary tried to spin it like he was out there playing golf. he was supporting me -- no different than i go to every debate to support him. that's what we do for each other but it's an amazing. an iconic day. so sad if you look at what president obama said, right, he said that effectively the uk is going to get in the back of the line if this goes through. >> that was a cue with the word he used. >> how crazy we ostracized our greatest ally. we ostracized them. no different than we have done with israel and so many other countries. >> sure. >> so, so sad. >> and before the vote in great
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britain, hillary clinton and the president of the united states because they're establishment people, they both said, you know, they should stay. >> sure. >> your dad said they thought go. >> 100%. >> because people are sick and tired of the establishment taking away people's freedoms. over there, over here. >> my father called it right. if you look at the sentiment of that country, i spent a tremendous amount of time over there, it's very much the same as the sentiment of the u.s. right now. they want borders. they want security. they want jobs. right? they want faith. these are the same things that are happening in the united states right now. the fact that our leaders -- right, the fact that our leaders are missing these cues from the people, with our greatest allies is astonishing. >> see, that's the message that the establishment -- you know, people are sick and tired of being bossed around by faceless bureaucrats in washington, d.c. and yet the mainstream media spun this. i watched the press over the
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weekend, he shows up, and all he does is talk about your golf course. >> totally unrelated he was there to support me. he was there for -- >> he talked about it for ten minutes but then for 45 minutes he talked about brexit. >> there's how awful our politicians are. then the ad comes out of him swinging a golf club. he didn't touch the golf club in the 36 hours that he was there. >> how unbelievable is it that the democrat would talk about golf when the president has golfed more than anybody in 400 years. >> yeah. that's right. that's right. the president -- every single major tragedy we have had as a nation, do you know where he's been? he's been on a golf course. you know, it is ironic, brian. >> a lot of people didn't think this was the shakeout of brexit. many people thought they'd remain. the polls showed they'd remain, which there are some similarities there too. but some reports were asking about hillary clinton who did not support it as you were saying. take a listen to what your dad said and we'll talk about. >> i she should go on -- she
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should go on camera. she called brexit 100% wrong. she's wrong. sheaf doesn't want to go on camera because she's embarrassed. >> she was getting some blow back from other democrats for saying if you're a leader you have to speak. >> sure. listen, she was wrong. she was 100% wrong. here is -- >> but she doesn't want to say that. >> sure. this is a secretary of state, supposed to be representing the united states interests abroad. she's supposed to have her finger on the pulse of what's going on and once again she got it wrong. no different than she got it in libya, in syria in iraq and just about everywhere else we have gone into. she has gotten our foreign policy as a country wrong. why did our leaders need to opine on this issue? >> what was the conversation like on the plane going over there when you've got the numbers and you learned that they were going to exit, was your dad like oh, my gosh, do i talk about the golf course, do i talk about this? >> it was amazing. we woke up at 7:00 in the morning. we slept on the flight on the way over. the first thing we heard, as we clicked on twitter, first thing
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we saw they voted. for a while it look like it was going the opposite direction. it was interesting being in the middle of the atlantic -- >> what did your dad say? >> he wasn't surprised. he was saying this all long. a lot of themes we are seeing here that are happening in the uk. it's sad. people don't want to get ripped off by other countries anymore. people want to be in the control of their destiny. they want to be safe. right, they don't want illegal immigration coming into their country. they don't want refugees coming into their country. these are the same topics we are dealing with in the u.s. right now. >> all right. so let's take a look at some polls. so over the -- so let's talk about the nbc news/"wall street journal" poll has hillary clinton with a five point lead and you guys have dropped a little bit. that's been pretty much steady. on the other side, the abc/wall street post poll is an outlier, 51-39%. >> well, they actually admitted to polling many more democrats than they did republicans in
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that poll. so i mean -- >> 36% of democrats, 24% of republicans. >> true. it seems like every single time they have a poll these are the exact numbers you get. it makes you wonder what happened. >> the dirty poll done by abc/wall street post is a disgrace. even though they admit many more democrats were polled. other polls were good. and the most recent gallup poll shows 30% of those across the country, 30% are democrats. 27% are republicans. that's three points. yet, "the washington post"/abc poll showed a 12-point margin. so it looks like they have got their finger on the -- their thumb on the scale. >> what's interesting we're in battleground states you have hundreds and hundreds of thousands of democrats and independents went over to register during the primaries. registering as republican in order to vote for my father. he had 15 million people come out to vote for him in the
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primaries which was the largest turnout of republicans to vote for him in the history. the momentum he has is incredible. people aren't excited to vote for her and i think he'll do well in november. >> any successful attacks the weaknesses and in the black community for the most part, no matter what poll it is, 87% are going to vote for hillary clinton. for the hispanics, 69%. young people, 53%. you're not going to win unless you do something with those numbers. is there a plan to attack the numbers? >> one of the things we'll do best on, those communities are quite frankly the communities that were hardest hit by her reckless policies and his reckless policies. >> talk about jobs. >> you look at the minority communities 57, 58% of inner city youth is unemployed. i mean, that's not sustainable. >> eric, go there. unless you go there up and roll up your sleeves and show you care that will go away. >> we will.
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it's telling when you want to bring in hundreds of thousands of syrian refugees when you have, you know, 57% unemployment in the communities that you have in this country. that to me is a big blunder and something she's going to need to answer for. >> hey f the folks in the control room could bring up the nbc news/"wall street journal" poll once again, when you think of the tens of millions of dollars she's already spent and how the entire mainstream media is on her side, the fact that you guys are five points away from her, that's astounding. >> it is astounding. >> particularly now. >> she has 732 people in her campaign, we have 70. we spent less than $50 million. who would you want running your country? we took out 17 people, she only had to deal with one. >> so many different changes within the campaigns. how do you plan get to over there? you're still losing a little bit
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when you factor in the margin of error. how do you plan -- >> you continue to cement the teams. we haven amazing team and we have a lean and an efficient team that's how we want to run this campaign. that's how we run the business. >> paul manafort said big changes this week. can you give us an idea? >> i can't, brian. i promise it will be good. i promise it will be good. >> one of the other things on the sunday shows they were complaining about, you know, the trumps, they're not raising money for the republicans. not raising money period. is that true? >> i mean, let's talk about the dishonesty of the media in may. we started fund-raising on may 28th and in june, trump raised $1 million. clinton raises $25 million or whatever the number was. we're saying, guy, we didn't start fund raising in may. we had a small event, we raised $6 million. >> whoa. >> that same day online we had $3 million come in.
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my father matched another two to that. i mean, money is flying in. people are exciting. it's amazing. people talk about small donations but the amount of small donations that we're getting online is astronomical. that just shows kind of what we're talking about before. that shows the level of enthusiasm out there. >> you must be jet-lagged because you opened a big golf course out in scotland. with $1 trillion of free publicity from the world press. >> it all worked out. >> thank you. let's hand it over to heather who has some headlines for us. >> good morning. >> your headlines right now, a mother going into serious protection, bear mama mode, shooting and killing a stranger in her child's bedroom. terrifying moments the mom in oregon who walked into her home with the two young daughters to find a 50-year-old man she didn't know in the house. quickly thinking she pulled out her handgun and opened fire and killed that man. officers are trying to figure out why he was in the house.
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nsa leaker edward snowden seen in new york city in his so-called snow bot device. look at this. we are hearing that the feds are not too happy about it. it's a $16,000 flat screen on wheels. it took snowden to museums in the big apple. had him accept awards at the tribeca film festival and addressed columbia university. i'm sure they were thrilled to hear from them. well, he controls that bot from moscow where he's been taking refuge since 2013. what do you think about that? take a look at this, a dunkin' donuts employee caught on camera, gross, dropping a tray of doughnuts on the floor and then putting it right back on a rack like nothing ever h f happened. get this, it was a manager. dunkin' met with her to tell her the doughnuts should have been thrown away. an incredible reunion going
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viral. a soldier serving overseas for 4 1/2 years surprises his mom. her reaction will warm your heart. watch. [ screaming ] that's army specialist kyle crack surprising his mom in utah. even he was blown away by the motional response. your moms are always thrilled to see you. >> best video of the morning. awesome. >> terrific. thank you. coming up, don't ever tell a woman i like your shoes. why? because that is offensive. the pc police just used your tax dollars to find that out. is that offensive? i'm going to go out into the streets of new york city to find out. >> all right. >> i promise not to compliment anybody's shoes. no micro or macro aggressions.
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i think. >> can we look down call them s shoes. >> if somebody says i love your shoes, that's a microaggression. that is a bad thing to say. >> really? i look at shoes all the time. and i'm all about -- you can tell a lot by their shoes. polished. >> absolutely. absolutely. but here's thing. according to the university of north carolina, if i say i love your shoes, that means i'm only paying attention to how you dress and not your mind and the rest of you. >> don't judge a book by the cover kind of thing. well, another university that i can mark off the list for my children not to go to. >> by the way i love your shoes. what's your name? >> charles. >> let's see this. do you ever say, where you from? >> yes. >> don't. >> don't do that? >> yeah, that's a microaggression. that's bad because there are some people who are in this country illegally and then they would have to reveal that
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they -- >> i see. all right. >> do you ever say -- what about christmas vacation? >> love christmas. >> do you ever say, oh, i'll see you after the christmas vacation? >> maybe. >> yeah. everybody does! but you shouldn't. because by saying christmas or christmas vacation, you minimize non-christian rituals and observances. >> oh, my goodness. >> how dare you. all right. let's see what's on the back of this one. thank you very much. you having a nice time? >> yeah. nice to see you. >> you want to get on the tilt awhirl in a while? what's your name? >> gary wilson. >> what do you make of all of these things that you should t not -- you ever talk about a round of golf or a christmas vacation or any of that stuff? >> sometimes, yep. >> yeah. according to the person who came up with this guide, you've got to stop it because you're -- you're making people feel bad. >> well, i hate to hear that. >> they paid somebody a lot of money to come one this list.
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who do you think paid for that? you did. >> yep. >> the taxpayer. >> that's okay. >> all right. that's okay? >> we're paying for everything else. >> that's true. >> why not pay for the dumb stuff. silly stuff. all right. it is silly, right? >> it is. >> thank you, sir. >> yes. >> all right, so brian and ainsley, we have gotten to the bottom of it. even though, ainsley i can't say i love your shoes but brian, i like yours. >> i like them too and you're allowed to say that to me. i don't get offended. >> you can drink out of them too. >> i wouldn't say that. dozens of people say they were burned on hot coals and tony robbins is to blame. really? and don't spend 50 bucks to win a gold fish. watch "fox & friends" instead. we'll tell you how to beat the carnival rides.
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all right. we're taking outto the carnival. you know, classic carnival games are a staple, but anyone who knows, they're a lot harder to play they look. here is somebody who knows a lot about it, jason lederman, an editor at "popular science." great to have you. all right, three games. first off, the ping-pong toss. so easy. of course, the college kids can do it because it's beer pong. but what is the secret to getting this ping-pong in that
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small hole? >> sure. there's definitely science to all of these games that you can use to beat the odds. the trick to this, you want a nice parabolic arc -- >> what's a parabolic arc? >> a regular arc. just as important for it to go high as it is to go forward. >> don't throw it straight. >> don't throw it straight. >> up and high. >> that's right. these are very small holes and very small balls so you want to make sure you get -- >> put your money where your mouth is. let's see. amazing. okay. there's still some luck involved. next game, brian? >> all right, jason, i have to find a way to win this game. i don't think it's possible. >> it's absolutely possible. >> to this is the boulder roll. >> and it was my favorite game growing up. there's an easy trick, hold on the ball for as long as possible. >> and you want to knock it over the hump.
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>> the longer you hold on to the ball, the more control you have over the momentum. you're more likely to get over hump and not go -- there you go. oh. so you want to hold on and just -- as long as possible to keep that momentum. let's see if i can do it. nope. >> there you go. >> as long as -- >> now we need an expert to go to the balloons. meet anxioinsley. >> hi, what's the trick here? >> watch a couple of games first. there's one gun that's always the winner. >> good. >> it sprays the hardest. >> exactly. >> once you figure that out, mount your elbows down and aim for the hole. and fire away. >> there we go. >> wow. >> there you go. >> there we go. >> that was good. >> you all did it faster than i did. but that was fun. thank you so much. what's this game called? >> it's called balloon blast. >> what do you win if you win
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this game? >> big stuffed animal. >> steve, how did you -- >> all right. we just heard eric trump say the political climate in britain is exactly the same as here in the united states. so will that work in donald trump's favor? bret baier back from vacation, he joins us live next. and with new tena overnight underwear i can now sleep worry free all night. the unique secure barrier system gives me triple protection from leaks, odor and moisture - so i can keep being a sweet dreamer. tena overnight underwear and pads. only tena lets you be you. perfect driving record. perfect. no tickets. no accidents. that is until one of you clips a food truck, ruining your perfect record. yeah. now you would think your insurance company would cut you some slack, right? no. your insurance rates go through the roof... your perfect record doesn't get you anything. anything.
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donald trump? bret baier live from our nation's capital in 20 seconds. and it's national sunglasses day, but we look cooler at night i hear. ♪ i wear my sunglasses at night so i can, so i can watch you breathe your story to life ♪ >> it's an exclusive -- you never know. you never know if george will will toss to it. we'll tell you about singing all day and night with our sunglasses on. and let me remind you, mornings are better with "friends." ♪ ♪ it's more than a feeling, more than a feeling ♪ >> summer is here. as steve was saying we all remember going to the carnival, the state fair. so much fun especially when you're kid or an adult we love it too. we want to thank fantasy world entertainment for bringing us
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the fair right there on our plaza. >> usually the bumper cars in midtown manhattan we are talking about the lyft guys versus uber versus taxi guys. but we have bumper cars. somebody has been living its up on vacation. probably wearing sunglasses, bret baier, who is back at his desk in washington, d.c. studio "a." hey. >> good to be back. nice when they bring the carnival to you. >> absolutely. >> call it up. that's pretty good. >> so bret, let's talk about the carnival anything but laughable on friday. how the markets are reacting and what it means for us here. the worst isn't over it seems here. >> no, i think there's a long time to go to unwind all of this and what it's going to mean not only for europe, but for us. and politically i think that it does fit what eric trump was saying, that anti-establishment
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feeling both overseas and here and it does match that. now, does it benefit donald trump in the short term or even in the long term, i don't know. but it does kind of match the sentiment. >> yeah. you're touching on what eric trump said. for folks who are just waking up, let's listen to what he said. it's not just a story about what's happening over there, financial story. he compares it to what's happening here too, a political story. take a listen. >> if you look at the sentiment of that country it's very much the same as the sentiment of the u.s. right now. they want borders, they want security. they want jobs. right, they want to be safe. i mean, these are same things that are happening in the united states right now. and the fact that our leaders, right, the fact that our leaders are missing these cues from the people, with our greatest allies, is astonishing. >> and the thing about the european union is it started out to be an economic thing where everybody got great trade deals but then it devolved into these
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situations where brussels was telling other countries what kind of a box you could put your milk in and it had to do with meat and all sorts of things that they shouldn't have had their mitts in. >> if you can use your hair dryer come this fall. those rules were going to change and folks said enough. folks in britain said enough. >> the regulations thing was a big deal. the immigration part of it is a big deal and what is happening to those communities inside great britain. i think that the -- how long this takes to really unwind is the biggest question. i mean, you're going to have parliament weigh in. you're going to have the back and forth and how it plays internationally i think probably won't know for several weeks. >> one thing they're trying to do the clinton camp is saying, look, now you need steady leadership that's what we have going for us compared to donald trump. trying to make him unelectable in about three weeks and she put out an ad that looked like he
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went over there to play golf and ignored the catastrophe which was happening with the markets. trump tweeted this out because they used a golf shot in particular that wasn't accurate. he didn't golf when he was there. clinton is trying to wash away her bad judgment call on brexit with big dollar ads. it's disgraceful. she put that out about 30 seconds. by the way it's amazing that they would choose that -- to show -- to rip donald trump for playing golf which he wasn't, when the president of the united states for 7 1/2 years has played more golf than anybody in america. >> he played yesterday. >> yeah. listen, i think that we can talk about the golf thing here. and i don't begrudge the president playing golf to get away and break away. but you're right. it is funny that it's being used against donald trump. that press conference got a lot of heat, you know, because of what he said and how he said it. but, you know, listen, we have missed his connection with people before. and a lot of people discounted him in the primary. the question is whether that
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dial will sell in the general election and really it comes down to eight states where it makes a difference. >> she had to say something, didn't she? she had to say this because it made her look bad. >> she was on the wrong side. >> she was on the wrong side. >> while you were on vacation on friday, we took most of it live. it started, he said what happened with brexit was historic and he was there for the golf course and he talked about this for ten minutes. then 7:03 he started to take questions from the press and for 30, 35 minutes he talked exclusively about brexit. it was dishonest the way it was depicted in the mainstream media. here is his son eric talking right here about how they knocked him it was at a golf course. >> then the ad comes out of him saying -- swinging a golf club. i mean, he didn't touch a golf club in the 36 hours he was there. >> how unbelievable is it that a democrat would talk about golf when the president has golfed
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more than anybody in 400 years? >> yeah, that's right. that's right. the president -- every single major tragedy we have had as a nation during his administration do you know where he's been? he's been on a golf course. >> we talked about that a moment ago. let's switch a little bit to the polls. >> so let's show you first the first poll which is an nbc news/"wall street journal" poll. then we'll compare that to another poll. >> well, the nbc poll of clinton is 46%, trump about 41%. about five. >> if you add third parties, she is down to one point in that advantage in that poll. and then i guess the second one that you will show is the abc/wall street post poll, that has her 12 and 10 if you add in the third parties there. the key thing again is in a general election match-up it comes down to the swing states and really the states that are really purple that could go either way that will swing this
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election. >> what's so interesting too, because he seems to be solid in the swing states except for florida and wisconsin, which was -- which wisconsin you can argue is not a swing date. but ohio, pennsylvania, even colorado and north carolina he's -- you know, within shouting distance, within three points, one point in some cases. >> yeah. in some states that other republicans have not been that strong in for example in pennsylvania and in michigan, trump is outperforming them. >> one thing if we can put up that abc/wall street poll post once again, donald trump is trailing by 12. you have to go into the methodle of the poll they actually talked to 12% more democrats than republicans. according to the gallup poll, there are 3% more democrats in there than the republicans.
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looks like they have a favorite in it. >> you know, polling is different in how you break it down. sometimes the fox polls it looks like there are more democrats than republicans. >> but 12 points? >> right, no. that's high. >> that's big. >> that is worth pointing out. if he was leading in that poll, the last national poll. so the breakdown in inside polls is important to note. >> good to see him trying to eat away. welcome back. >> how was vacation? >> it was great. i needed it. >> hard worker. thank you so much. i mean, those numbers were pretty shocking to me because you think if you're going to poll someone, you know the democrats are going to choose hillary. you know the republicans will choose trump. i want to know what the independents think. if you look at the numbers that one poll, 36% were democrats. 24% were republicans. and 33% were independents. the majority were democrats. >> but donald trump leads in most independent polls. >> but according to gallup which just surveyed -- didn't ask who are you for, are you a democrat,
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republican or independent, 30% said that they were actually democrats. 27% republicans. and 41% independents. so in other words, the abc poll had way too many democrats and they had way too independents. >> which is what donald trump is saying this morning. >> bottom line is, either candidate can win it or lose it. the dye has not been cast. heather nauert? >> good morning, a lot of politics going on. take a look at this. how terrifying would this be if you were on that plane, it burst into flames. hundreds of terrified passengers watched in horror from inside the cabin. it was a singapore air flight on the way to milan. it had to turn around 30,000 feet because of an oil warning. and then the wing caught on fire and more than 200 people were
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trapped inside that boeing 777 for several agonizing minutes as the firefighters raced to get there and put out the flames. no one was hurt. thank goodness for that. this family on their way to church, but they did not make it. they were killed when their minivan slammed into the amtrak train. police in colorado say their van didn't stop for the train. the father, the mother and three of their children were killed. however, their 4-year-old daughter did survive. what a miracle. well, this morning she's in stable condition. 280 passengers on board that amtrak train they were not hurt. happening right now. nearly 2 million people bracing for more storms in west virginia. the video is heart wrenching. homes literally swept away, leaving 25 people dead and now hundreds without homes. the raging floodwaters coming in so fast, filling homes to the top floor. watch. >> the house is destroyed. it's all destroyed. my son, everything he owns, he has nothing. not a pair of shoes. nothing.
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>> streets collapsing under the heavyweight of the flooding. and former president george w. bush never a fan of broccoli. remember this? >> i do not like broccoli and i haven't liked it since i was a little kid. and my mother made me eat it. and i'm president of the united states. and i'm not going to eat any more broccoli. >> that's right. one 5-year-old though has a beef with that. he wrote the former president a handwritten letter, my grandmother said you don't like broccoli and never want it served. i love broccoli. bush responded, writing, proud of young cooper's interest in healthy eating and his love of prospectively is unpersuasive. he has a great sense of humor. >> when your boys don't want to eat their broccoli when you become president you don't have to do anymore. >> broccoli, not gonna do it.
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>> kids love kale. >> huh? >> kale? >> i want to meet them. that's amazing. right? >> kale should sponsor us. >> they should. >> come on, kale people, call us. mean while, the idea was to motivate the masses and instead, dozens say they were burned on hot coals and tony robbins is to blame. >> oh, please. apple is taking a bite out of donald trump and rnc and pulling their support. now wayne allen root is issuing a call to action. >> we'll get rid of the apple devices or going to sell our apple stocks. i wouldn't be surprised if in if last week they have lost some business. >> this morning, he's got a brand-new challenge and he's here live to relay it.
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apple the company that makes a lot of phones and computers taking a bite out of donald trump. the tech giant reportedly boycotting the republican national convention in protest of donald trump. the move our next guest issuing a call to action one week ago, right here on this show.
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>> every republican in america should boycott apple products and should pull their support of apple stock until this decision is made to fire tim cook. what a terrible, terrible, prejudiced biassed mistake by the ceo of apple computers. >> so tim cook is still running apple so where does wayne allyn root stand this morning? the former libertarian vice presidential candidate and trump supporter is back right now, that's his book "relentless." he joins us from vegas. apple doesn't like trump so they won't help the rnc. you called for a boycott, tim cook still has his job. where do we stand? >> he has his job for the moment, first of all, good morning. i remember when it was mozilla who a year or two ago the ceo literally innocently wrote a check in america where you're supposed to have free speech, he wrote a check for a
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proposition -- that was against gay marriage, he lost his job because so many people phoned in. that's the liberal way. they try and ruin your job. ruin your business. hurt your sales and i think conservatives need to play the exact same saul alinsky playbook. time for conservatives to make phone calls to apple headquarters. make sure you contact tim cook's office, the board of directors. make sure you let them know you own thousands of dollars worth of apple devices and that you're going to get rid of them or at the very least when your contract is up, you're going to get new devices from new companies and look for alternatives. i think it's very important we make our voices known and our opinions clear. let me tell you something, steve. obama says things that anger me every day. they outrage me. as an american, as a patriot, and as a republican. and you know what? i have never called in apple and
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never said, don't contribute to the democratic convention. i never thought of doing that. i'm an adult, i can separate the business and -- and liberals aren't capable of that. >> if you're in the business of selling things to all americans that you would alienate half the country. >> right. i think liberals live in a bit of a bubble. i really do. i think cook is drinking the liberal kool-aid. if you see the e-mails i'm getting after my appearances on "fox & friends," well, conservatives don't own apple you have no power. i added it up the other way, something like $30,000 apple desktops, iphones, ipads. we have a lot of power and it's time to show it. >> wayne allyn root calling for you to stop with the apple stuff when your contract is up. thank you very much. >> thanks, steve. >> by the way, we reached out to apple for comment, they did not respond. see if they do later today.
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some quick headlines for you. a fun day at the theme park turns into a scene out of a horror movie. a roller coaster plummeting 30 feet down to the ground below. >> oh, my. >> ten people were hurt, eight children. that happened in the theme park in scotland. still no word exactly what happened. self-help horror walking across hot coals is a well known
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ritual for tony robbins followers but the message didn't go as planned in a seminar in dallas. it burned several people feet so badly some had to go to the hospital. robbins' spokesman says aloe usually helps. >> or not doing that. where were you this weekend? well, where were we? we were all together with some of our hundreds of our viewers and fans across the country. thousands spent saturday and sunday with us at yankee stadium. >> if you missed saturday's game and sunday's game we brought some cameras to take some pictures of them and us. ♪ >> boston fans they rock. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> our people. >> okay. thank you, fox. >> "fox & friends." love you, watch you five days a
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week. six days a week most times. >> go trump. can i [ bleep ] say that? >> perfect. ♪ >> all right. let's go meet the fans. come on, hurry up. >> tell the camera how many times you watch fox -- >> i watch it 24 hours a day. >> that is the best. you wouldn't watch 25. >> well -- in my bedroom, i have my ipad. kitchen tv on. i listen it in on the way in to on sirius radio. >> what makes "fox & friends" so awesome? >> oh, my gosh, well, first of all during the week ainsley. so no offense to brian and steve, but -- >> but you guys came all the way from georgia just for this. >> just for this. we wake up to you guys every day. we watch "fox & friends."
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we start our day that way. >> i don't think you know you have coffee with us every morning. >> the way they relate to you, it's like you're actually talking to family member. >> fox is the best. it's number one. >> that is -- >> you're number one. we have the best fans. best viewers. >> we do. you know what we have been doing this so many years now. some people plan their vacations around the "fox and friends weekend." as soon as we announced it, get on the phone, they e-mailed and got tickets. >> see, we announce it and then the yankees put out their schedule around our schedule. >> if the yankees cared maybe they would have win both games. >> they won on saturday. but not on sunday. >> we want to hand off our kids to you. >> why do you think we were on earlier in the day. >> exactly. >> they went saturday and the three of us, the girls, went in on sunday. we were trying to avoid the two of you. >> right. >> just kidding. >> i know. >> we love you all. >> anyway, to everybody who did respond, thank you very much and
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good news, we'll be doing it again next year. if you liked what you saw in that, you could be part of it. >> so awesome. you have to apply, because they're suites, you're not out in the elements. free alcohol, free food. >> can't beat that. meanwhile on this monday, you know her from the movie "top gun." kelly mcgillis attacked inside her own home by an intruder. the details being revealed. it's national sunglasses day and since we wake up very early, we wear our sunglasses at night. ♪ ♪ don't mess around with the guy in shades oh no ♪ ♪ i can't believe it how long can you wear your shoes before corns,
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back to our top story. we have seen the futures stock drop this morning in the stock market as the markets react to britain's vote last week to leave the european union. so far costing investors a record $2 billion. >> trillion. >> trillion. that's right. >> we're just a half hour away from opening bell and everyone has their fingers crossed this won't be another disaster. nicole petallides is not only looking to see what's happening but talking to everybody about what might happen. nicole, what do you think? >> well, this is a huge story and it's an ongoing story. so today is not going to solve everything. friday certainly we saw the big sell-off. the dow dropped 611 points. on friday. that was huge. it was a very big move. there's your time lapse throughout the day. a lot of uncertainty. that's good. right now we're moving. i've got the numbers here for now. but i just looked at our futures for this morning.
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you are going to see the financials under pressure. we're taking our cue from europe today because we saw royal bank of scotland and barclays both being halted because the stocks dropped 20%. are we going to see our banks here at home drop 40%? no. a tune of 1 to 2%, yes. that's because of the exposure they have and the uncertainty around the banking group overall. that's a high risk group and they have a lot of exposure to the uk in particular. other names in -- under pressure, priceline, carnival cruise line, ford motor. delta airlines, a huge amount of business in europe. this is what happens stock by stock by stock. when you look at the big picture, first of all, they have to put in this article 50. that means when they actually start the departure from the european union. david cameron can do it right now but he won't. when will that happen? that brings the uncertainty. rates won't be going anywhere.
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rates won't rise any time soon and people are running to the gold and the safe havens so expect some volatility. that's the big picture of what we're seeing. just for you guys, i really loved your video. i wear my sunglasses at night too. >> we'll play it in a minute. >> oh, yeah. you guys are right on it. >> national sunglasses day. thank you very much. she's always watching the channel. >> we appreciate that. >> she does a great job. she hosts an hour in the morning and goes down to the stock market after. >> a hard worker. >> let's hand it over to heather. good morning, everybody. making news right now. "top gun" sweetheart viciously attacked in her own home. >> i can't say that in there. i was afraid that everyone could see right through me. i just don't want anyone to know that i have fallen for you. >> gosh, remember that movie? kelly mcgillis says she was assaulted by a woman in north
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carolina. the attacker claiming the actress was stalking her on twitter. mcgillis has scrapes and bruises on her hands and has concealed permits to carry. laurence dorn is facing the judge today. well, for the first time elizabeth warren will attend a rally with hillary clinton. she is believed to be on the short list for the vp. it comes as she releases a new attack ad against donald trump. >> small business owners, they take their fair share to support courageous first responders. donald trump thinks that supporting them is throwing money down the drain. >> okay, just a second ago you saw a man in that video. it turns out that he actually voted for donald trump in the massachusetts primary. michael levin telling "fox & friends" he could not believe it when he saw himself in that ad. >> got a text from a friend who said, hey, i just saw you in the
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warren video attacking trump. i thought you've got to be kidding me. to my shock and surprise, there i was. 12 million people have seen me appear to assent to her position on trump. >> warren did not ask for his permission and she hasn't called to apologize. you remember operation fast and furious. when the u.s. government sold weapons to mexican drug cartels. one of those guns killed our border agent brian terry and now we hear something similar is happening again. "the new york times" reports today that the cia shipped weapons to jordan and that those were the -- were then stolen and sold on the black market. the times says that the fbi believes it was used to kill two americans last november. jordanian officials deny any wrongdoing. we'll keep watching that story. we know how kids love to
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mimic their parents but it might be some time before a baby gorilla nails it down. watch this. [ laughter ] >> that little guy trying to beat his chest but he gets a little ahead of himself and he collapses backwards. the clip of the tiny chest thumper now going viral this morning. we wanted to leave you with something cute right now. >> all right. heather, come over for the sing along. >> did you realize that june 27th every year is national sunglasses glasses? >> i did. >> of course. yeah. >> everyone knows that. >> so let's put them on. >> all right. >> now of course if we only could do a little dramatic interpretation of the famous song from the '80s. you want to try it? >> all right. sure. >> okay. >> because we come to work at night. ♪
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♪ i wear my sunglasses at night so i can, so i can watch you even bring your story to life ♪ ♪ i wear my sunglasses at night so i can, so i can keep track visions in my eyes ♪ ♪ but she is deceiving me cuts my security ♪ ♪ and she's got control of me i turn to her and say ♪ ♪ not just a guy in shades oh no ♪ ♪ don't mess around with the guy in shades oh no ♪
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♪ i can't believe it don't mess with the guy in shades oh ♪ ♪ i say i wear my sunglasses at night ♪ ♪ i wear my sunglasses at night i wear my sunglasses at night ♪ ♪ i say it to you now i wear my sunglasses at night ♪ ♪ i wear my sunglasses at night i wear my sunglasses at night ♪ ♪ cry, i cry for you i wear my sunglasses at night ♪ ♪ i wear my sunglasses at night ♪
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[ laughter ] >> by the way #national sunglasses day is now everywhere. >> we want to thank our editors for making us look as good as possible. for cutting everything -- >> a lot of editing. >> is this the most risky thing you have ever done. after gonzalafghanistan. >> despite the fact that it looks like we caught brian in the men's room, that was definitely in the coffee break area. >> thank you so much for saying that. >> well, you were in that room, you turned to the side. >> zoomed in. >> no one is ever going to believe you though. >> right. >> maria, you should star in a music video. she was so fantastic. >> if only i could sing. >>you did a great job. >> well, pete is joining us on
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the curvy couch. he has been a huge advocate for cleaning up the veterans affairs and there's a brand-new proposal to do that. but i think you're saying it's not exactly what it seems, right? will you stick around after the break? >> indeed. >> this guy wanted to hang a flag for the 4th of july and instead he came under attack. could the same thing happen to you? his story after the break. ♪
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all right. two stories making headlines this hour. let's start. a hero police officer shot seven times, once in the face. he's getting out of the hospital and out today. christopher dorman, he's an face south of philadelphia. getting a special call from his favorite singer apologizing for this. >> -- the way -- he passed away, because he wanted to come tonight so bad. >> well, country star kenny chesney found out he was alive and then invited him to watch football and drink some beers together. so that's a good -- i would accept that apology. a man not allowed to fly the american flag from his own home. that's the rule of an apartment complex in colorado. but after the story sparked outrage, management had a change of heart and he can now fly it on his balcony. >> makes the complex look so much better. look at that. well, on veterans day, v.a.
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secretary bob mcdonald joined us to give us an update on how the clean-up of his department is going. >> it takes time to create a system that isn't operating properly and takes time to fix i. i'm hearing that the system is improving. that we have more work to do there are pockets of problems and with need to work on those. i'm committed to that as is our team. >> well, now, seven months later mcdonald is backing a sweeping v.a. reform bill aimed at increasing accountability, but is this the reform needed? >> well, for more we'll bring in our fox news contributor and u.s. army veteran, pete hegseth. >> he created a great picture. things are getting better he heard. >> this bill pending in the senate authored by the chair of the senate v.a. committee -- >> a republican from -- >> a good guy. but it's the typical sausage making of washington. the v.a. helped write it. the v.a. unions helped to write it. it's a watered down version of
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the types of things that the v.a. would need, which is why many prominent republicans have come out against it, even though it's a bipartisan bill because it doesn't do anything to change the toxic culture at v.a. what do politicians want? a bill to vote for to tell their constituents i voted for it. it's all good. veterans care first. but in reality there's nothing that substantially changes a way that the veteran receives their care. they want accountability. they want choice. they want transparency and this bill does not bring it. >> what about the wait times? >> this bill would not affect the wait times at all. >> how many people have died waiting for care? >> you know what the answer is? thousands -- tens of thousands. hundreds of thousands unfortunately. this bill would do nothing to directly address that. they'll say we're spending more. more caregivers. more doctors. which is all fine. we tried that again, time and time again. >> what do you want to see in the bill? >> there's plenty of bills
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pending in the senate that would do this. the v.a. accountability act which is right there, passed the house for whatever reason, the senate republicans won't pass it. send it to the president's desk. if president obama has threatened to veto a street bill at this point, it has teeth in it. he does want that to happen so this is a watered down, diluted version of the v.a. accountability ability. there's great bill in the house that would bring real choice the veteran the opportunity to see a v.a. doctor or a private doctor. why shouldn't a veterans not have a choice like you and i do? this bill will do that. >> that will take power away from the v.a. if you can make choice. >> that's why the fight is so difficult. the bureaucracy, they fight back time and time again. now is the moment. everyone knows how bad it is. let's fight pack. >> they have earned the benefits, they deserve it. >> indeed. >> pete, thank you. nothing says summer like a carnival and today we have already eaten the food.
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we have tried our luck at the games and now time to hit the rides. >> but first, let's go to martha for what's coming up at the top of the hour. >> great to see you all. a major supreme court decision expected on the abortion clinics in texas. we'll bring that to you live. and the markets getting ready to open, how will the brexit decision impact those markets? we'll talk about that. globalization is it in retreat? big questions face all western civilizations, all coming up straight ahead. and a brand-new presidential race poll as clinton and trump are battling it out. mike huckabee will join us with his take on that when we see you at the top of the hour.
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because nothing says summer like a day at the carnival, we
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have brought the carnival to "fox & friends." back with us for the second year, brooks grady, the co-owner of fantasy world entertainment. this is first time i can think of of ever having bumper cars here in the plaza. >> it was the second time. we did it last year one weekend. >> see, i wasn't here that day. all right. camera guy, you better get out of the way. because brooks and -- >> here we go. >> doing the bumper race. explain the white house has hired your company to bring bumper cars to washington? >> yes. we have a huge inventory of interactive entertainment. we do three or four events at the white house each year. we have done parties for trump, fortune 500 companies. >> who are you? >> catch a double. we have been in business 25 years. we have done over 25,000 parties in that time. we're everybody. >> how much does it cost to rent the carnival? >> this would probably be about $12,000 event.
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plus delivery type thing. and with the attractions that we have here today. we have a full inventory of party attractions. including casinos for corporate formal parties. >> well, it's a lot of fun. so thank you for bringing the carnival from southern maryland to us. >> we appreciate it. >> let's see what brian and ainsley are doing. >> thank you so much. well, with brian and myself, we have doug ewalt here, director of fantasy world entertainment. we have been enjoying the carnival all morning. he'll tell us what we need to know about this ride before we move on. >> sure. this is safe. anything we have is meticulously maintained. aside from like some competitors in the industry, everything is garage kept. so all of our rides are -- >> there's always been one of these, even back in the '60s.
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you see the scenes like that. in the black and white tv shows. >> absolutely. people threw up on them then like now. >> what's the theory behind this? >> spin it as fast as you can. and get it going. >> all right. >> how much -- >> do you know what's awesome though? you have so many things on the plaza. this isn't all you provide. >> that's right. we do casino parties. we do a lot of corporate entertainment. churches. >> really? >> yeah. promotions for different companies. water slides. obstacle course. you name it. we have about 20 additional rides compared to this. >> that's great. corporate company, anyone. brian could rent you. >> me, i don't know about. the ride, absolutely. >> all right. this is so much fun. brian is trying to make us get sick here. >> all right. ♪ >> fantastic. ♪
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>> i had to. you were trying to make me get sick this morning, steve. >> tomorrow, newt gingrich and laura ingraham and mega morning deals. we have deals to change your life. >> we want to thank the people who stopped by the plaza. see you tomorrow on "fox & friends." martha: 30 minutes to the opening bell on wall street. the markets kicking off the first full week of trading. the first week of trading since the dow tumbled 600 point. i'm martha maccallum in america's newsroom. eric: good morning, i'm eric shawn in for bill hemmer. global markets are mixed. the dow's future, another downi.

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