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teams and helicopters. >> no word on the condition of those two officers or what led up to these shootings. we're following the story very closely and we'll bring you more as we get it. it. >> to our other top story a historic night for hillary clinton now officially the first female nominee from a major party for president. >> clinton not just showing her policies for her speech but also taking aim at her rival donald trump. >> there are no ceilings. the sky is the limit. we have reached a milestone in our nation's march toward a more perfect union. the first time that a major party has dominated a woman for president. i will carry all of your voices and stories with me to the white house. now remember what the president
said last night, don't boo, vote. you really think donald trump has the temperament to be commander-in-chief? he spoke for 70 odd minutes, and i do mean odd. don't believe any one who says, i alone can fix this. daybreak says he wants to make america great again, well, he can start by actually making things in america again. we begin a new chapter tonight. the choice is clear, my friends. deal me in. >> we have fox news team coverage for you this morning. we begin with doug mcelway with a complete wrap up in the pretty empty arena. >> i have the place to myself except for the cleanup crews and the break down crews are arriving this morning. last night the dnc managed to
over come so many of the obstacles which plagued them from the start including the incredible heat and humidity, the occasional downpour the long walks for delegates from the parking areas. last but not least the intense anger of the bernie sanders supporters many of whom who were not on the clinton train last night. there were sporadic shouting matches as she approached the stage the gripping of competing signs still. when she finally emerged boos came in. she was introduced by her daughter chelsea who called her a fighter who never gives up. >> i am here as a proud american, a proud democrat, a proud mother and tonight in particular, a very, very proud daughter. >> clinton vowed to pursue a progressive agenda that focuses on the needy, the victims and the less fortunate not just of
promises of charity but active government that led the charge. the topic of isis slet she approached the subject and called donald trump a man who is incapable of being commander-in-chief. >> in my first 100 days we will work with both parties to pass the biggest investment in new good paying jobs since world war ii. my strategy for defeating isis. we will strike their sanctuaries from the air and support local forces taking them out on the ground. donald trump says, and this is a quote, i know more about isis than the generals do. no, donald, you don't. a man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons. >> the central issue for the clinton campaign now is can there be enclues ax for what is
in effect another term of obama when 69 percent of the country think it is headed in the wrong direction. >> we will see how that continues to play out. doug live for us, thank you, doug. did hillary clinton make her case and did her speech make any difference with her trust worthy problem? >> thank you both for joining us this morning. >> can you believe it is over, first of all, and did hillary clinton do the job that she needed to do to get over that hump, the trust worthiness problem she has or did she concentrate too much on donald trump for her speech. the democrats who were there and she sold her wealth to her base.
it has been discussed in the meeting. they hope they have been robbed. 90 percent of bernie supporters are going to vote for her. i don't think that's the case right now. she has a lot of work to do. beating up donald trump is not going to be enough. she has to convince the millennials and the people who don't believe she is trust worthy and she is not the person for the job. >> at the top of the list when you vote is usually do they like that person, do they trust that person? that continues to be a struggle for clinton. 30 percent, 29 say she is trust worthy compared to 70 percent that say she is not.
>> she tried to. i am not sure how much the speech helped her in this specific regard. she isn't a public speaker and wasn't going to magically become one. at the major conventions he was not among the top 3 or among the top 5. it was a mediocre speech by the standards of the convention. she didn't speak to the trust worthiness in that respect to the speech. she spoke about confidence as did other speakers. ultimately the struggle about trust worthiness is to push it over to donald trump. look at this guy. i am not trust worthy what do you think about him? a lot of them are dispirited. >> that will work, finally that was the number of policy issues she did hit on. did she hit on enough? she talked about minimum wage and fighting terrorism a little
bit. said specifically we should not believe any one who says that our country is weak as well. >> i think she has proven she has experience and she has people to flank her on all sides. the fact that she didn't give the best speech of the night, through out the entire week she had the entire week of the best of the best of the best support her saying we are carrying her, we are doing this together. she may not be the best speaker per se she has other people who have great policy and great experience to do this together with her in this country. donald trump thinks he can do it alone and a lot of supporters are thinking she can. they are saying she can't do it alone and these people are going to help her. >> quickly your thoughts on that. >> it wasn't that fantastic of a speech. i kept expecting president obama to appear midway through and say let me finish this one for you secretary clinton. i got it. he connected with the crowd on wednesday that she did not on
thursday. her supporters thought it was fine. it wasn't a bad speech. it was fine. i am not sure how much she reached out to supporters who haven't made up in their minds. >> we will leave it there. thank you for being with us. >> thank you. >> donald trump firing right back at hillary clinton slamming her as unfit to lead the gop nomination. >> patricia stark joins us with a war of words that's already underway. >> good morning heather and abby. several speakers had harsh words for the presidential nominee. hillary clinton finishing out with her own. it didn't take long for donald trump to bash her acceptance speech on twitter. he tweeted quote hillary's
refusal to mention radical islam as she pushes a 500 percent increase in refugees is more proof s lead the country. now that the convention are over they will get the first briefings next week. democrats issuing warnings trump should not have classified information. harry reid saying he should get fake intel. >> i said she shouldn't get it. she deleted 33,000 e-mails. you saw what the of course bi said, she was neglect. i have never seen anything actually like the report like that. but they said she was neglect and she lied. she lied. i said yesterday, she shouldn't be allowed to get briefings. she should not be allowed to get briefings. anything she gets she has a phony server. what she has done is incredible.
>> trump staying in iowa is heading to colorado. >> thank you so much. the conventions are over. so which candidate do you think made the best case for being the next president and why? send us your comments on facebook and twitter or send an e-mail at foxnews.com. 10 minutes after the hour. chelsea clinton taking center stage showing a more personal side of her mother. >> i am voting for a woman who is my role model as a mother and as an advocate. a woman who spent her entire life fighting for families and children. >> do the voters believe her? the brand new dials showing what people really think. this is the summer.
>> hillary clinton making history last night being the first woman nominated a major political party. donald trump made sure his voice was heard. how did the speeches resinate with voters. >> let's bring in with lee colter. she just put yesterday's speeches to the dial test. welcome home, by the way. >> great to be here. >> donald trump on getting his by the dnc speeches. here's what he said. >> i have been watching these speeches at night. i am getting hit and there is a lot of lies being told but i guess they have to do their thing. >> grade this one. >> you can see republicans and independents gave it a b. in the end they were turning their dial back to 50. democrats gave it an f.
i am always shocked how inline republicans and independents are. it is not what i expect when i see him talking like this. it seems so not political. it doesn't seem like a politician but just a guy. they like that he is sort of teflon, not taking it -- he is taking it in stride. he's a different character for sure. >> chelsea clinton spoke last night about her mom saying how she spent her entire life fighting for women and for children. >> i am voting for a woman who is a role model as a mother and as an advocate. a woman who has spent her entire life fighting for families and children. i am voting for the progressive who will protect our planet from climate change and our communities from gun violence,
who will reform our criminal justice system and who knows that women's rights are human rights. and who knows that lgbt rights are human rights here at home and around the world. >> those lines were all over the screen there. >> they were all over the screen. you could see that democrats loved what she had to say. they gave it an a. at times independents gave it a c and republicans an f. they like to hear from chelsea clinton. she was very poised articulate and i am pressive but when she was talk about her mom people independent and the republican side weren't necessarily buying it to do what she had to do to shore up the base but i am not
sure she moved the independents to the side. >> i would like to see the dials when she talked about the dinosaurs. that was a little odd. >> hillary clinton addressing jun violence. hear what she has to say here. >> you heard, you saw family members of people killed by gun violence on this stage. you heard, you saw family members of sflirss killed in the line of duty because they were out guned by trilcriminals. i refuse to believe we can't find common ground here. we have to heal the divide in our country, not just on guns but on race, immigration and more. >> you can see there, democrats loved every message this entire week. it was a great week for democrats. they gave it an a independents a
c nin news republicans an f. republicans weren't buying we need solutions. independents want to hear this. they didn't necessarily buy it and they felt her tone wasn't as inclusive as they would have liked to hear. >> seems independents and d republicans are coming together. >> a boost in the battle ground states. donald trump taking the lead. is hillary a bounce, too? >> they didn't give us much of a preview but he will explain.
>> donald trump now taking the leeted in the latest average of polls in a match up against hillary clinton. >> historically who does better? does it even matter? >> thank you for joining us this morning. we were discussing there are actually people out there that aren't even paying attention to this right now. right? >> there are two worlds in politics the political junkies who are obsessing over every sentence of hillary clinton's speech last night but there were more people enjoying ice cream or doing other things. they are aware there was a convention last night but they have an entirely different experience. most don't tune in until after labor day. >> we also talk about the post convention boost.
you look at 04, 08 republicans got a boost four years ago the democrats did. the biggest one was 92 was bill clinton with 16 points. >> there have always been conventions you get to bring in your party. i would expect hillary clinton will gain some ground in the polls following this convention. she convinced democrats they should unite either behind her or against donald trump. the we is what happens after the next couple weeks. where do the candidates take it from there and who will show up and vote? >> when should we take a closer look at these numbers in terms of how they will impact the general election? when will they be more true to the results? >> i think when you get closer to labor day you begin to get a better handle on things. the real question is pollsters
don't have the voter turnout results we saw it in brexit people weren't sure who would show up and vote and brexit surprisingly won. >> there are still a number of bernie sanders supporters who are angry about how things played out. both candidates are fighting for them. where are they going to go? >> most of the bernie sanders supporters, the overwhelming majority are going to vote for hillary clinton. the question isn't so much who are they going to vote for some may go to the green party but will they show up and vote. they discount donald trump. in 2012 mitt romney won the ee election around 30 and over. it was the youth who put obama back in the office for a second term. if young people don't vote
hillary clinton wins. >> we have seen reports that bernie sanders supporters were walking out and taken out while hillary clinton was speaking. not booing, but not cheering and not standing up. they are angry. >> again, the people at the convention with the most passionate, committed bernie supporters. they are the ones who are part of the political junkie universe. the most people around the country who are not as engaged even if they like bernie the question is do i vote for hillary or do i stay home? >> oo the war of words just getting started. >> you only have one person that you want to go after and that's crooked hillary clinton. >> he has taken the republican party a long way, from morning
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>> good morning. it is friday july 29th. a mass manhunt on the way in san diego after two cops were shot overnight. >> we don't know where the shots fr are coming from. >> two officers down. >> grab the officers throw them in the car and take them to the hospital. >> those dramatic calls coming into the newsroom, one person is in custody. right now law enforcement searching for more suspects with swat teams and helicopters. no word on the condition of those two officers or what led up to the shootings.
we are following this closely and we will bring you more as we get it. >> to our other top story, a historic night for hillary clinton new officially the first female nominee for president. not just outlining her policies but also taking aim at rival, donald trump. >> when there are no ceilings, the sky is the limit. we have reached a milestone in our nation's march toward a more perfect union. the first time that a major party has nominated a woman for president. i will carry all of your voices and stories with me to the white house. remember what the president said last night, don't boo, vote. you think donald trump has the
temperament to be president? he spoke for 70 odd minutes, i do mean odd, don't listen to any one who says i alone can fix this. he says he can make america great again. he can start by actually making things in america. the choice is clear, my friends, deal me in. >> we want to go right to doug mcelway live to philly with a complete wrap up of the dnc holding down the arena. good morning, doug. >> good morning. me and the break down crews. they fought the incredible heat and humidity the dnc e-mail scandal and the incredible anger
of many bernie sanders supporters who are still not on board the clinton train. there were sporadic shouting matches. a small course of boos erupted before that was over come with an ovation for her. she made a peace offering to sanders supporters. >> bernie sanders and i will work together to make college tuition free for the middle class and debt free for all. we do not build a wall. we will build a path to citizenship for millions of immigran immigrants. we will work tirelessly with gun owners to pass common sensory forms. we will defend all of our rights, civil rights, human rights, voting rights, women's rights and workers rights, lgbt rights. >> clinton was introduced by her daughter chelsea, a woman who
grew up in the spotlight of the white house as a small child and has grown-up to be a mother herself. she called her mother a fighter who would never give up. great speech, she is tested, she is ready, she never quits. that's why hillary should be our next preside@potus. she'll get a twitter handle, too. katie perry took the stage to introduce a video which featured morgan freeman. >> from november 8th, he will be just as powerful as any nra lobbyist, he will have as much say as any billionaire. >> she speaks at temple university in the city at 12:30 accompanied her running mate tim
kaine and her husband bill clinton. >> thank you, doug. >> get home safe. >> taken the republican party a long way from morning in america to midnight in america. >> donald trump says he wants to make america great again. well, he could start by actually making things in america again. donald trump says and this is a quote, i know more about isis than the generals do. no, donald, you don't. in the end, p coit comes down t what donald trump doesn't get. america is great, because america is good. >> donald trump and her acceptance speech as presidential nominee. is this what we can expect for
rest of the campaign. >> we have chairman of go pac david avela. >> hillary had her say but donald trump almost immediately on twitter as you would image, he was firing back as hefz speaking, one of the things he said hillary will never reform wall street, she is owned by wall street. david, i will start with you. is this a sign of things to come? >> absolutely. the next couple months will be about both candidates talking to voters about why their opponent shouldn't be in office hence why both have negatives that are as high as any presidential candidate has ever had. why this all matters is we have an unusually high number of undecided voters, 25 percent in most polls that as the campaign continues a rather negative tone many will be turned off by the process and decide not to vote
which makes the turning out of republican voters and hillary clinton democratic voters all the more important. with us being out of office for 7 years now, republicans are far more motivated to go vote than our democrats with hillary's message of you, you got to vote for me the alternative is donald trump. >> voters don't like highly negative campaigning. it has already gotten so nasty and personal. how much worse can it get? >> unfortunately i think because of the hateful rhetoric that donald trump continues to espouse i think it is going to get a lot more negative. hillary clinton has to be able to show contrast with donald trump but also be aspirational which will be difficult to do because as you have clearly stated it has been extremely negative probably more so than
we have seen in any election cycle. >> david, going back to what you were talking about, getting those voters to turnout, how do they do that? >> well, ultimately it comes down to, do you want another 7 years or another 4 years of what we have had the last 7 years under barack obama. if you want what we have had the last seven years you want hillary clinton. if you are tired of taxes being too high and communist russia getting into our e-mail system and taking our personal security, if you are tired of attacks coming to our home land and being grown in america against communities, then you are probably voting for donald trump. because hillary clinton is offering more of the same. >> so the cop vengss are over. we are going to talk about what is next. >> a lot of people saying so much are standing on the
debates. wi >> let me say democrats made history again last night with hillary clinton accepting the nomination first woman to do that of a major party here in our country. also democrats unified their base and reached outside of their base. they zeroed in on the general election. two important things as we are moving into the general election. we have three presidential guides, one vp. hillary clinton is proven to be skilled at doing debates. we have not seen that from donald trump. i am confident she will come out on the winning side of that. she is had like 40 plus debates over the past several years, you know. >> it will be fascinating. >> i think we saw from the republican primary donald trump does just fine in the debates. it will make this fall all the more interesting.
>> you have to be able to talk about policies. >> they both do. >> she hasn't either. she hasn't done a news conference in 237 days. careen, david, thank you so much for joining us. >> fact or fiction? hillary clinton protecting the second amendment. >> i am not here to repeal the second amendment. i am not here to take away your guns. >> but is she walking back claims she already made. we are checking the facts from the dnc. you wanna see something intense?
towards hillary clinton over bernie sanders during the primaries. democrats claim it was the russians and they were allegedly encouraged trump. the top intelligence officer said they made a call on attribution. >> i am shocked somebody did some hacking. that's never happened before. >> that hacking forced dnc chairwoman debbie wasserman schultz to resign just before the convention. murder charges dropped against an illegal immigrant in a 15-year-old murder investigation of a washington intern. federal prosecutors claiming they never have unperceived developments. chandra levy the washington, d.c. bureau of prison interns her body was found in a nearby
park. >> image it is this. looking out an airplane window and this is what you see. flames shooting right from the window or from the wing. this happened just minutes after an american airlines flight took off from dallas. passengers saying they heard a huge explosion. >> you could see a lot of smoke and flames. some regular passengers notified the crew and they came down and notified the pilot. >> american airlines says the compressor and the engine failed and that the engine itself was never on fire. >> talk about a wrong turn. a woman drives up a utility poll. then she blamed her gps after telling her she missed her turn she swerves making a u turn sending her up the poles wires. >> i don't know how that happened. >> joe biden a giving literal
meaning to his role as acting vice president. >> these are their stories. >> the vp will be making an appearance on law and order's suv -- svu. still on the car story. the episode will focus on backlog of untested rape kits. no word yet on when that episode will air. >> i bet he will do a good job. >> yeah. we will be right >> hi lady, good morning to you. >> you are going to be right back. what was happening just then, the people in the control room were trying to find that new show, law and order suv. >> suv didn't come up? you know retired colonel ralph peters, he is so pro military.
it turns out who is he going to vote for, he is going to come on our show today to say that he is going to vote for hillary. he is amazing considering the things he said in the past. watch this. >> she is criminal. had i done a fraction of what we already know mrs. clinton did, i would be on my way to fort leavenworth prison. he says he's going to vote for hillary clinton because he does not like what donald trump said about russia in an e-mail. the colonel is going to be with us live later on. >> that's amazing. i followed that he was coming on your shownd a he was going to say this. i want to see this interview. >> two viewers. we are going to counted on you. >> good tease, steve. now we will be right back. now she writes mostly in emoji.
>> it doesn't matter illegal immigration and the crime rates are as low as they've been in decades. >> donald trump and mike pence want to let big banks run wild again. republicans want to tear down the pillars of middle class security. >> trump says that in the first hour in the oval office he'll roll back safeguards that we already have. >> donald trump, on the other hand, has actually said, quote, wages are too high. >> some bold claims made by democrats at the dnc slamming republicans and donald trump, so who is lying and who was telling the truth? here for a fact check, founder of bold global media, kerry sheffield. thank you for joining us this
morning once again. >> yes, great to be here. good to see you again. >> first of all, lets aide deal with this, hillary clinton says she's not here to take away your guns. listen. >> i'm not here to repeal the second amendment. i'm not here to take away your guns. >> all right, kerry, true or false? >> i'm afraid it's false based on everything we know about hillary clinton. in fact, last fall she came out in a debate who are your enemies and she said republicans, but she also said the national rifle association. she sees these people, gun owners, as her enemies. she's also basically, you know, case law that has favored gun owners and given them rights. she has spoken out against that in terms of scotus and the judges she would name, she would name judges opposed to the gun
rights. >> she was part of the obama administration for 30 years and secretary of state and touting president obama's accomplishments. listen. >> we've seen deficits come down, 401ks recover, unemployment reach eight-year lows and our businesses create 15 million new jobs. through diplomacy we shut down iran's nuclear weapons program. we put policies in place to help consumers with loans, cut veterans homelessness in half. true or false? >> well, it's true technically, but once you dig into the numbers and you dig into the real story, it doesn't look as great as he's painting this rosie pictures. let's talk about veterans. he's touting how great veterans are. what about the va scandal and the thousands of people who are on waiting lists and people who
are dying waiting for veterans affairs care. it's completely wrong and it's sad to taut this as one of his achievements as well as touting deficit reduction. that happened under a republican congress. for him to take credit for it, it was a very partisan speech on the part of the president. he also talked about unemployment. unemployment is artificially low because of under plimt and also because of discouraged people who have left the labor force and have stopped looking for work. this generation is a generation the lowest percentage of people working and it's under this president as well as the expansion of the welfare state. that's healthy. that should be a sign of distress. that's the reality of this economic policy under this president. >> more people on food stamps and more people living in poverty as well. >> bernl any sanders says trump does not support raising the minimum wage. listen to this. >> he does not support raising the federal minimum wage of
$7.25 an hour, a starvation wage. while trump believes in huge tax breaks, huge tax breaks for billionaires, he believes that states should actually have the right to lower the minimum wage below $7.25. >> all right. true or false? >> well, that's a big fat f for false. donald trump does support raising the minimum wage. he has indicated that, but the thing is when sanders said this is a starvation wage, that is just a politician's way of spouting off. he's being dishonest. it is not starvation wage. the reality is very few workers are on the minimum wage. it's a step lad joer for. the first people fired when you hike minimum wage are young people and people of color.
they've done research and shown with the minimum wage hike it hurts black americans. bernie sanders is supporting that. he's trying to basically twist donald trump's words. >> kerry sheffield, thank you so much. appreciate it. >> thanks. good to be here, heather. the time is five minutes before the hour. it is a wrap. the presidential conventions are over so which candidate made the best case to be our next commander in chief? your comments pouring in on this one.
tonight was the final night of the democratic national convention. hillary clinton gave her speech and let's say she's not an amazing orator. she tried dropped her mike and it bounced off the foot and hit a computer and it released 10,000 more e-mails. >> which candidate made the better case? >> donald trump. he keeps details to himself. >> thomas said neither one caught my eye. since it's between trump and clinton, i'd go with trump. need new direction. >> donald trump closed borders, economy, more jobs, respect from
others, countries. she has nothing to offer besides lies and more the same. craig says clinton, no question. gave a great speech with deta s details. thank you so much for joining us. "fox & friends" starts right now. bye. we are back home, everyone. >> thank goodness. >> we were gone for basically two weeks. we were at the rnc, dnc. >> came home for a day. >> back here. >> and then hit the road again. we did wake up this morning with terrible news, breaking news. >> indeed. another police officer shooting overnight and it was in san diego. two cops shot about 11:00 last night. abby has the very latest. >> good morning, you guys. unfortunately it has happened again. two cops shot overnight in san diego and a massive manhunt is