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. hi, friends. good morning. it's sunday the 31st of july. this is fox and friends weekend. tragedy strikes the skies over texas. a hot air balloon packed with passengers goes down in a ball of flames when the basket plows into power lines. 16 people are dead. now investigators want to know why that balloon had so many people and ended up in such a dangerous spot. and donald trump's firing wac at fallen soldier who challenged him during the dnc. >> you have even read the united states constitution?
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i will -- i will gladly lend you my copy. >> so, how is donald trump responding this morning? and the fix is in, seriously, democrats have a plan to prevent their nasty e-mail have getting leaked once again. we'll tell you what the plan is from donna brazile from the dnc. but you'll have to watch the show, it begins right now. hey, friends. good morning. >>. >> good sunday morning. >> how are you feeling this summer. >> so great. unbelievable. >> morning routine, cheese and meat before the show. >> clayton and i are committed to cheese and sausage before the show. >> tucker was telling the story about what he had for breakfast.
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>> sounds good around 5:00 in the afternoon. good morning, everyone. fox news alert. new information this morning on that horrific crash that left 16 people dead when their hot air balloon went down in flames in texas. it happened yesterday, just south of austin. >> it with us the deadliest balloon crash on record in the united states. ntsb want to know why so many people were in the basket and flew so close to that power line. >> now a hot air balloon pilot joins us now with some insight. good morning, phil. we appreciate your time today. >> good morning. i wish it was under better circumstances. >> oh, me, too. with the information we gleaned so far, what do you think happened? >> well, it's too soon to tell, obviously, the government, the faa and the o a full
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investigati investigation. obviously something went tragically wrong. >> given the circumstances it seemed like there wasn't any weather at play. obviously, you guys are professionals before you go up, you're monitoring weather patterns yesterday. calm skies. do we know if weather was a factor in any of this? >> i don't know the particulars as to what occurred with this event. it's, again, too soon to tell. i have been busy flying and doing interviews regarding this because i am the spokesman for the san diego balloon association. i haven't had a chance to look at what the weather conditions near this incident in texas were at the time. weather is a huge factor for balloonists, however, and we spend a lot of our day concentrating on making sure that we ornl fly when the weather is appropriate.
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safety is paramount in ballooning. >> how would a balloon hit a power line, under what kind of circumstance would that happen. >> well, it could -- you might have trouble seeing the power line, attention might be elsewhere in the basket. but, again, it's too soon to tell what happened in this particular incident. we'll let it play out and the investigation. learn and improve the safety standards for balloons not just in this country but worldwide based on this tragic loss of life. >> what a terrible tragedy we experienced yesterday. phil, thank you for your time. >> thank you very much. want to turn this morning to the race for the white house. just days after accepting the democratic national nomination, hillary clinton is campaigning hard in the rust belt in
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pennsylvania and in ohio. we have the very latest on the campaign trail. >> reporter: hillary clinton and her running mate from straight from their convention in philadelphia to this three-day bus tour through two very important swing states. today they'll stop in columbus, ohio. yesterday they started in pennsylvania and ended in youngstown, ohio. she accused of donald trump of destroying small businesses by page unfair wages. >> what donald trump does to small businesses this is not just a campaign talking point this is personal. apparently, donald trump thinks he's immune from all of those rules and requirements. >> now, trump was off the campaign trail yesterday but on twitter where he compared clinton in pennsylvania to a robber visiting their victim,
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quote, the rust belt was created by politicians like the clintons who allowed our jobs to be stolen from us by other countries like mexico. end! while in pennsylvania, clinton picked up an endorsement from billionaire mark cuban who called trump a jagoff. i had to look you that up. according to wikipedia it's a slang term from pittsburgh. have you heard of that before? >> no. i went to school at the university of pittsburgh, lot of pittsbur pittsburghese. >> yinzers. >> great to see you this morning. >> donald trump will be spending a lot of time in cleveland and columbus tomorrow. >> did you watch the dnc this week, did you watch the rnc?
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i think this moment was one of the most talked about moments from either convention. father of fallen soldier in iraq standing up there with his wife talking about his son's sacrifice. listen. >> donald trump, you're asking americans to trust you with their future. let me ask you, have you even read the united states constitution? i will gladly lend you my copy. this document -- look for the words -- look for the words liberty and equal protection of law. you have sacrificed nothing! and no one! >> donald trump said this is an unfair characterization of him that he has made a lot of sacrifices, he does understand the united states constitution.
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his response that he's given many have also said it's insensitive. take a listen to what you think. here donald trump is responding on abc's twooek twooek. >> i think i made a lot of sacrifices. i washgd very, very hard. i created thousands and thousands of jobs. tens of thousands of jobs. i raised and i have raised millions of dollars for the vets. i'm helping the vets a lot. i think my popularity with the vets is through the roof. he was very emotional. his wife, if you look at his wife, she was standing there. she had nothing to said. maybe she wasn't allowed to have anything to say. >> so the press is totally hysterical about this morning. trump has risen to the bait. here's what i would have said if i'm trump. you feel sorry for the parents. he lost his son, he died in a pointless war that clinton
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supported. let's not get into the question of the family. we feel sorry for them. >> that would have been a smart answer. he gets dragged in. he starts commenting about the wife standing there. his wife said i'm too broken to talk about my son. at one point, at what point is he going to step up his game? look, no one will have sacrificed as much of this family did. to your point, i didn't support that war. let's talk about the veterans and the soldiers and look more presidential. >> i spent a week at the democratic if national convention. i don't live in a world that abortion is a sacrament. donald trump is standing before that and stop talking about
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yourself. talk about the middle class, the voters, people who are desperate for change. >> any time he's talking about this kind of stuff he's not talking about the middle class. his campaign walked it back. we'll read a statement from his campaign. walking it became and framing it different. making news at 10 minutes after the hour this sunday. downtown austin, texas, bullets send bar goers running. leaving one dead and four others injured. this all happening near 6th street, a path parked wb night life. >> police confirming a 30-year-old woman died on the scene and three others were rushed to the hospital. no word on any suspects.
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extreme weather hitting the northeast now, a state of emergency has been declared in a maryland town after torrential rain caused roads to become rivers. >> oh, that windshield is busted. i gist saw that. >> historic ellicott city under water. several damaged buildings appeared to have partially collapsed this morning. emergency crews were forced to rescue a number of people but there were no reports of any serious injuries. and america's team leading by example. the dallas cowboys walking into their first training camp practice of this season locked arm and arm of the police department. the chief david brown speaking to the team before practice. his department still healing from the loss of five officers
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earlier this month. and history is made from 25,000 feet up. without a parachute. >> he's in! >> a leap of faith. it was a leap of faith. luke aikins free-falling from 25,000 feet. his dare devil stunt to making him the very first person to jump safely without a parachute or a wingsuit. >> would you have done that? >> no way. not in a million years. >> trying to make shot out of a cannon yesterday? >> they have seen you climbing
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rock walls out here. >> that's caused passive aggression. why don't you get shot out of a cannon. donald trump knows how to brand his opponents on the campaign trail. >> crooked hillary. crazy bernie. pocahontas is not happy. >> unbelievable. he's crushing them online with millions of followers on social media. what is behind his success digitally? and debbie wasserman schultz's replacement donna brazile has a step for ntheir e-mails not getting leaked. clean food.
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liein' ted. little marco. she's crooked hillary, folks. crazy bernie. elizabeth warren, i call her crazy. >> donald trump certainly knows how to brand and is no stranger to attacks taking his rivals on not only on the campaign trail but online and with the twitter following of nearly 11 million he's using his presence in an unprecedented ways to compel his campaign. what's the secret bee hind this social media movement. here's the answer of pr hacker ben kaplan. >> you guys analyze emotional resonance with pieces that go online and connect with people. why has donald trump been able to capture that when hillary's followers way lower. >> one thing that causes things that cause action. fear and anxiety. when you activate those emotions
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people want to do something. he's great with activating those kind of emotions and reinforcing that kind of trigger. you see that a lot with the nicknames using. a small way to encapsulate someone. you really see that. also, in addition to that, he's constantly triggering this idea he's this sort of this tough persona, authentic fighter. an individual tweet or comment have a negative backlash a little bit, how the net effect can be stroirng positively because it reinforces his persona. a book review that gets a bad book review sales goes up it reminds people that book is out there and about a topic. he's skillful at using that. comments about the mexican judge suggesting that perhaps that russia should hack into e-mails. if he raised the question such
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as, i wonder if russia knows where hillary's 33,000 e-mails are if he said that he wouldn't get the negative backlash. >> here's donald trump talking about being the law and order candidate. we'll talk about the social media response. >> sure. >> we must maintain law and order at the highest level or we cease to have a country, 100%, we'll cease to have a country. i am the law and order candidate. >> now, most people don't actually come out and call themselves that thing. he's going online and firming that with tweets. >> he said law and order four times. he said our law more than 18 times. a sustained viral spread is one is tick i canness.
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the second is the spread. if you look online, he has about 14 million social media posts about him. hillary, about half that, 7 million. mass media articles 3.2 million. hillary clinton articles 2.3 million. >> with negative reviews you're still seeing an uptick. do all social media posts mean that they're positive? >> no, between donald trump and hillary clinton about the same positive/negative split. it has to be authentic or real. becau what hillary clinton needs to do is to activate more emotion to cause that viral spread. >> thank you. isn't your normal traffic stop, the guy running from police is also running for office. it doesn't end well. and matt damon is back as
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♪ good morning. some quick head lines for you. first up jackpot of $478 million winning powerball ticket is sold in new hampshire the winner remains a mystery. the lucky numbers drawn last night were 11, 17, 21, 23, 32. next up, the nation's most
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political denor will sitting out this election. the koch brothers of kansas said they don't quote good options this election cycle. donald trump has responded online, i turned down a meeting with charles and david koch, much better for them to meet with the puppets of politics, they will do much better! let's talk movies now. are you looking for a way to beat the heat? how about grabbing some pom corn and hitting the movies? >> here with his reviews is kevin mccarthy. >> guys, i missed so much. so much so that i'm rocking batman, superman socks. i mean, they're amazing. >> i'm a big "bourne" fan. one of my favorite triology, is
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it worth it? >> he's come out of hiding. he's trying uncover more secrets of his past. what sells it is the action. watch this footage from las vegas. some really cool footage here. you'll see this scene that's happen wrg a s.w.a.t. car is flying through vegas. it takes a bunch of cars and it's absolutely insane to watch. i absolutely love the action scenes in the film, watch. you'll see the s.w.a.t. car plow through all these cars. so much cgi today. here's how they did it. they just did it for real. that's absurd. i was speaking to matt damon about the punching sequences in the film and this is what he had to say. >> how close are you to his face? >> we did it all day, that shot.
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the guy we hired who took the punch he was fantastic. really, that you have to sell it. you don't have to be close at all, as long as the camera can't see a gap between the face and the punch. i'm never closer than that. >> so, that scene, when he knocks that guy out in one punch it's one of the coolest shots of the movie. the action works on every level. the story is as great as the first and third "bourne" film. they shut down a strip in vegas and they plowed this car through -- they were moved. >> you said there's an absurd amount of action and not much dialogue. but with matt damon i don't mind
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at all. what did he do to get in shape for that? >> he's 45 years old. you know, if you look back at the first film he was so small and now he's huge in this one and he's 45 years old. it delivers the action you want in a bourne film. you have another film. >> "bad moms." from the writers of the "hangover." these moms want to become bad moms. they want to go out and party. the movie itself is very crude and r-rated. they get a message the importance of motherhood. they do. it actually has a very good dramatic angle to it. christina applegate, jada pinkett smith, mila kunis.
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i liked it. once they realize their partying is a bad move they realize being a good mom is important. >> kevin, you'll be back with us in a few hours. up next, a new donald trump calls out bubba for sleeping during the dnc speech. is it effective? that's coming up next. what powers the digital world? communication. like centurylink's broadband network that gives 35,000 fans a cutting edge game experience. or the network that keeps a leading hotel chain's guests connected at work, and at play.
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good morning, everyone. some quick head lines on a sunday now. motive is becoming clear in a house party killing that killed three people near seattle. neighbors said the gunman had recently broken up with one of the victims identified as anna buoie, she's seen with other victims. he posted this chilling photo of his rifle and three bullets online. a judge rules that hulk hogan can now start seizing assets from gawker ceo, nick denton. the hulk won a sex tape trial against the website.
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a judge determining he mislead the court so hogan now has the okay to go after his belongings. and a liberal democratic running for congress in seattle gets caught driving a stolen van. he blamed the police, filing a complaint said he was racially profiled. it turns out a rental company reported the car stolen after his campaign staff failed to extend the agreement. and tough standards are coming to the dnc. >> i will not tolerate this within the democratic party. my job now is to start cleaning up and to begin to reform the party so it's a political party that can help elect hillary clinton. >> dnc chair donna brazile said
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they're tightening security after the recent e-mail leak scandal. however she believes that hillary clinton did win fair and square. those are your headlines. new trump campaign add calling out bill clinton for dozing off during his wife's dnc speech. watch. ♪ ♪ >> oh, sure it's funny especially with that money there. but is it effective? a look back at some of the crazy commercials of politics. >> here to take us through it is
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adam goodman. good to see you this morning. it's a hilarious ad. will it move votes? >> well, i think bill clinton would probably said he was deep in thought and reflection as opposed in some kind of slumber. i think it has a long way to go to measure up the classics. certainly a conversation about grading or putting a report card on the democratic national convention. >> you talked about classics. let's go back to the 1950s withed a leigh stevenson and this campaign ad. let's watch it. ♪ >> mr. gop. >> should we support the united nations or not? >> yes. i mean no. >> you're confused. >> don't you be confused. vote stevenson for president. >> adam, was that effective?
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>> no, that was a miss. he ran against dwight eisenhower twice and lost twice. you had the master debater against the decorated war hero in dwight eisenhower, you might say the mind versus heart. you have something that's in their campaign, it's the insider versus the outsider. trump should take note of the entire eisenhower campaign because i think people in america right now are looking for a shot in the arm, i think his campaign has an opportunity to do just that. >> next up in the infamous hall of fame of attack ads. lbj versus barry goldwater with this controversial ad, daisy. >> eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one -- these
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are the stakes. >> that's the famous ad. how was that one? >> it's over 50 years old and still a classic to this very moment. back in times people were really concerned about nuclear war. the cuban missile crisis. the cold war was on. that plays to the word temperament and that's something that hillary clinton people are taking a very keen look at as they try to paint a picture of their campaign in part of a referendum on donald trump's fitness for president. >> the bush versus kerry, the famous wind surfing spot came out. >> in which direction would john considerry lead? the iraq war, supported it, opposed it. whichever way the wind blows.
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>> i mean, the visual itself kind of sold a message that john kerry came from a different part of the world than most of us and it's always very powerful when you use your own words and your own record against yourself and in this situation, i think kerry who had been swift boated into submission earlier in the campaign, think started to lose full control of the conversation of the campaign. when you're on the fence in the campaign it's trouble. i think that was a big hit that commercial, and of course the election at that point was all but a done deal. >> adam, as we let you go, what's the most effective emotion to tap into -- love, hate humor? >> love hate, fear and hope. in terms of advertising. right now, there's a lot of fear that's out there.
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and that's the difference in this campaign. hillary clinton's playing on hope. i think donald trump is trying to paint a picture of what's really happening out there. the eyes will reflect that moving forward. >> thanks, adam. appreciate it. >> thank you. coming up here on the show the number will stun you. the doj spending millions of dollars on sanctuary cities. >> also this morning, when this inmate showed up to court, the judge freaked out about her outfit. >> excuse me, this is outrageous. is this for real? >> well, can you see why she was so outraged? ♪ stop and stare ♪ i think i'm moving but i go
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40e7 you're doing well on a sunday morning. a judge outraged after a female inmate shows up in court. take a look at this. without pants. >> the jail would also refuse to give her pants. >> pants, what, excuse me. this is outrageous. is this for real? am in the twilight zone? what is happening? >> apparently the jail where she was being held in kentucky she refused to provide clothing. a woman recently released from prison robbed a bank and threw the cash up in the air and wait for police. she wanted to go back to prison because she couldn't stay on the streets any longer.
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tucker over to you. the u.s. department of justice has coughed up in $342 million in taxpayers' money to sanctuary cities. new data show that money is 63% of the funds available to all american cities. so, should taxpayers be on the hook for kaudle iing illegal immigrants? so, how exactly does this work and why is the justice department paying cities that have policies that violate federal law? >> well, it's outrageous the department of justice has a number of grant programs for federal law enforcement agencies including one that reimburses them for detaining illegal aliens. they're allowing sanctuary cities in violation of federal law to get these grants rartless
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of their policy. and this is outrageous not only because it means taxpayers are subsidizing the obstruction but the result is criminal aliens that should be deported get released back into the communities and are there to keep threatening people. >> that's for sure. it has traditionally withheld funds to the state. when they wanted to raise the drinking age to 21, we're not giving you any more highway funds to do it. this is the opposite, they're rewarding cities for breaking federal law, what does this say for their regard for the law? >> they should not be allowing these sanctuary jurisdictions to get funding. they're undermining i.c.e. in allowing this. but you know, hypocritically
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they turn around and sue places like arizona that want to help enforce federal lu yet they're allowing these sanctuary jurisdictions to keep doing it. and this is important that now because of pressure from congress, because of pressure from congressman who controls the department of justice' budget, they're now having to admit these sanctuaries are violating federal law and it sets the stage for other actions against these sanctuaries. >> the obama administration's own justice department is encouraging them to ignore the law -- >> it can't go on. it's time for action to be taken against the sanctuaries, the ideal thing is for them to reconsider their policies. now, they may lose access to federal funding that could be an
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incentive and if not, ultimately, someone is going to have to take legal action against these jurisdictions. but this is a great step in the right direction to clarify they're illegal. >> these are rich cities, places like san francisco, yet another transfer of wealth from the middle class to the wealthy. >> that's right. these ten were the worst that doj identified but there are more than 300 of them at last count all over the country. but these big ones are really have sucking up all this money that should be going to places that are doing the right thing. but also, you know, it's just outrageous that so much money is going to subsidize this illegal activity. >> thanks a lot, jessica, appreciate it. >> glad to be here. donald trump isn't just going uphillry in the debates he's taking on the nfl, too,
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hey, everybody. 52 meninutes after the era. the first lady has fought for social causes and been largely looked upon as a role model.
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should hillary clinton be elected and bill clinton first gentleman, how would he play the part? could we possibly see chelsea clinton stepping into that role if she became second daughter once again? joining us now to discuss is the author of "first women, the grace and power of america's modern lady" kate anderson brouwer. good morning. thanks for being with me. >> good morning. thanks for having me. >> you've been on to see what melania would do. if bill clinton were to become first gentlemen, what do you think his cause would be? >> you know, i think that he would really have a co presidency with hillary. this is something they talked about years ago when they first came into the white house. hillary clinton talked about putting bill clinton in charge of the economy, revitalizing the economy which is no small task. he would play a very pivotal role. when i interviewed clinton
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insiders for the op ed, they laughed that he would have an east wing office, be involved in any of those traditional first wife duties like picking out china patterns and dinner men use and things like that. >> yeah, but at a california rally some time ago there was somebody wearing a t-shirt that said bill clinton for first lady. he laughed that off. he said, hey, that sounds good to me. i've made so many decisions in my life i'm happy to be told what to do. >> he's very good at connecting with people on a personal level, going to memorial services, kind of expressing concern for people. making them believe that he feels their pain in a way that hillary clinton is a little bit -- you know, she finds it harder to tap into those emotions. i think he'd be a very good consoler in chief in that role. so there are some things that he would do very well with, but some of the really ultra traditional parts of it, even
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the walk through of the residence, i don't think he's going to be part of that. >> democrats and republicans alike have watched as chelsea clinton has grown up so i think many people would be connecting with her. do you think she'll play a big role if hillary clinton becomes a president? >> she's very wonky as you probably know already. i don't think she's that interested in some of those things either. she's talked about that. she's not really someone who takes to the host test side of being first lady either which is why the clintons will have to hire a very experienced social secretary who's been around the block, who knows how to do it. really active first lady. >> chelsea clinton has joked, too, that her dad could get back to their irish roots and call him first laddie. do you think that's a good name? >> it's crazy we don't know what he would be called. first gentleman would make the most sense, first laddie, daze
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does make sense. first lady. i can't imagine two more different presidential spouses, melania trump or bill clinton. >> fascinating to speculate on that. kate anderson brouwer, author of "first lady." overnight torrential flood waters leaving an historic town under water. the unbelievable pictures when we come back. and somebody help him. donald trump trapped in an elevator, and wait until you hear hillary clinton's connection soup. ♪ ♪ your insurance company won't replace the full value of your totaled new car. the guy says, "you picked the wrong insurance plan." no, i picked the wrong insurance company. with new car replacement™,
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2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is a fox news alert. torrential flood waters leave an historic town underwater. >> look at that car. >> that windshield busted. i just saw that. >> roads turned into rivers. cars swept away. and a state of emergency now in effect this morning. then hillary clinton scrambles to defend the rust belt, post industrial parts of the country from evil businessman donald trump. >> apparently donald trump thinks he's immune from all of those rules and requirements. >> immune from rules and requirements. he's been inoculated. we'll give you the details on their battle coming up. and somebody help him. donald trump trapped in an elevator, and wait until you hear hillary's connection to the elevator. was she the one responsible? >> come on. >> "fox & friends" hour two starts right now.
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hey, everybody. come on in and stay a while. >> an elevator joke. campaigns have their ups and downs. >> they do. >> we're taking this one to the top. >> good morning, everyone. we have to get to the fox news alert because tragedy at the hot air balloon flight turned fatal. fiery crash in texas leaves 16 people dead. >> the balloon burst into flames after colliding with power lines causing it to pummel to the ground making this the deadliest balloon crash on record. >> deborah herzman is now president and ceo of the national safety council. thank you for weighing in on what happened. >> good morning. >> i know a lot of the details are not clear at this point, but can you give us some sense of what you believe might have happened yesterday in texas? >> well, certainly the ntsb
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investigators have arrived on scene. they're going to begin collecting the evidence, but they've investigated hundreds of balloon crashes over the years, and when you look at common causal factors you really look at the environment, you look at things like wind, power lines and you also are looking at maintenance and equipment. so i know they'll be looking at all of those things. certainly this is a huge tragedy, but it's one that was really called out earlier when we saw the crash in egypt. the ntsb said to step up oversight on these on perfect lators. >> egypt crash, 19 people killed. a lot of us were surprised that this one, 16 people, that that amount of people could fit in this basket. is that too many people or is that an average amount of people in one of these hot air balloon rides? >> you know, i'd say probably
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the size of the gondola really depends based on the operation. that is why the ntsb issued a recommendation, it's that concern that you're getting hot air balloons that are carrying capacity more than air tour held will he kopters or fixed win aircraft. we know passengers are hoping for a fun ride but they're expecting a safe ride. when they're paying for a service they're expecting some oversight from safety and we just don't see that same level when it comes to balloon operation. >> how safe is it over there? it's on that list to do with their family. a lot of people get engaged that way. how dangerous can it possible be? >> since the ntsb gave that warning in 2013, there have been
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25 balloon accidents and now we're looking at greater than 20 fatalities in those events. while they're not something that happens on a regular basis, not as frequent as commercial air travel which we can go for years and see zero fatalities in commercial air travel with millions of em planements, there are some risks involved. i would tell consumers to do some research before they take a trip, before you do anything and make sure you know what the risks are and you know that it's a safe company. >> don't just jump into the first basket. thanks a lot for joining us. >> thank you. >> tragic. four minutes after the hour. days after accepting the democratic national convention, hillary clinton is pulling out all the stops to attack donald trump in the rust belt. >> kristen fisher is live with this. good morning, kristen. >> reporter: good morning. pennsylvania and ohio no surprise. they'll be through the important
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stage in november. trump and clinton deadlocked in both of those states. it's not surprising that clinton's first move after this convention was a three day bus tour starting in pennsylvania and ending in ohio. yesterday, clinton picked up a different endorsement, pittsburgh native mark cuban. both of them accused trump of destroying small wages by a skewsing trump of paying small wages. >> what donald trump does to small businesses, this is not just a campaign talking point, this is personal. apparently donald trump thinks he's immune from all of those rules and requirements. >> reporter: as for trump yesterday, he was off the campaign trail. no surprise he was on twitter.
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he said, the rust belt was created by politicians like the clintons. >> clinton will be in ohio with 99 days left. >> thanks a lot, kristen. it's hard to go up against the nfl, right? if there's an nfl game on, chances are you don't want to have counter programming on. >> most people will watch. >> it might be tough to go up against republican candidate donald trump and democratic candidate hillary clinton. he says hillary clinton had something to do with the debate schedule. >> talk about debates. are you going to accept the recommendations of the commission, three debates and
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one nfl campaign. >> well, i'll tell you, it's against the nfl. hillary clinton wants to be like she did against bernie sanders, saturday nights when nobody is home. they're against the nfl. >> i don't get his argument because i think this is going to be one of the biggest -- one of the most watched television events of our time watching hillary clinton/driemp bait. i think the nfl should be worried. >> maybe. >> if he's making the case the system is rigged, yeah, it is rigged. the entire media is on hillary's side but he needs to just say, it's not about you. stop talking about yourself, talking about the process. talk about the voters. it's being swamped. that's a winning message. no more process. >> but in the primary in his winning message it did work when
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he was stealing the headlines good, bad, ugly. is there a chance it could work in the general? >> yeah, maybe it will work. i think he's got the best message i've ever seen. it's rooted in truth. >> you mentioned briefly the commission having the schedule set. these were all set. the nfl schedule was not first. it wasn't a chicken and the egg thing. there you go. >> you know at donald trump's rallies and when he's got something, a lot of times he gets these massive crowds. people standing room only in the venue, outside there's a big line where the fire marshall says everybody can't come inside, it's going to be a hazard. >> well, on the day he said this about the fire marshall, he got stuck in an elevator. >> so i have to tell you, this is why our country doesn't work, you understand that. we have plenty of space here.
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we have thousands of people outside trying to get in and we have a fire marshall that says, oh, we can't allow more people. and the reason they won't let them in is because they don't know what the hell they're doing. maybe they're a hillary person. could that be possible? probably. >> this is irrelevant to the campaign, but i kind of agree with him. who made the fire marshall god. i see this all the time. some unelected fire marshall gets to tell you who's in your space. we should elect fire marshalls. they have way too much power. are you in the tank on the conspiracy theer at this? he's there and he slams the fire mash that will. >> let him steam in the elevator. here's what i believe in democracy. unelected official can tell you you can't do this, that, the other thing because it's unsafe. kind of my business how safe it
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is. i'm an adult. i can make -- >> if something terrible happens and then people get trampled while they're trying to make an exit. >> we know we're all going die in the end. we know this for a fact. let's man up and deal with it. >> tucker, i just god this memo from the fire marshall, "fox & friends," we now have to wear helmets during the shoe. >> safety goggles, too, and bubble wrap. >> i'm the fire marshall. i'm taking responsibility for the desentences sigs. >> ten minutes after the hour. we have to move on. other stories making headlines. chaos in texas overnight after bullets are leaving one dead and four others hurt. >> go, go, go, go. >> this all happening near sixth street. a stretch packed bars and night life in the state's capitol.
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watch. >> i've got three gunshot victims inside. gunshot wound to the head. >> we'll have the fire ranger block it. >> we have 30 people inside here that are hunkered down. >> hard to watch. >> police confirming a woman in her 20s or 30s died at the scene and three others went to the hospital. extreme weather hitting the northeast. a state of emergency has been declared in a maryland town. torrential rain caused some roads to turn into rifvers. >> look at that car. >> that windshield busted. i just saw that. >> the city underwater. people abandoning their cars. flood waters rose. sweeping them away. several damaged buildings partially collapsed this morning. thousands left in the dark. emergency crews were forced to rescue a number of people but there were no reports of any injuries. america's team leading by example. the dallas cowboys walking into
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their first training camp practice for the season locked arm in arm with the victims of the dallas shooting. david brown speaking to the team before practice about lifting up the dallas community. his department still healing from the loss of five officers this month from a shooting during a peaceful black lives matter rally. those are your headlines. many bernie supporters turning their backs on democrats now that he's out, at least some of them. >> i was strong for bernie and now i'm taking a stand for trump. >> i'm going to use all of my time and energy to make sure hillary doesn't win. >> we've spoken to a lot of these folks. if trump wants our support, he can do it with one word, honesty. >> i now pronounce you husband and -- wait. >> i promise to be faithful and
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bernie sold his soul to the devil. he seemed like a tough guy. he was like tough, tough, tough, tough and then in the end he sold it. >> donald trump calling out bernie sanders for backing hillary clinton and sanders supporters. well, many of them are turning their back on the democratic party threatening to vote for
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trump. we're focusing in on philly last week. he joins us live. kevin, thank you for being here this morning. >> good to be on. >> want to play sound of sanders supporters switching to trump that you talked with and i'm going to play it and get your reaction. take a look. >> i was strong for bernie and now i'm taking a stand for trump. >> i'm going to use all of my time and energy to make sure hillary doesn't get elected. >> do you think other bernie supporters will do that? >> absolutely. posted on my social media. plenty of people are going to go with trump. some people are cheap and going to fall in line with hillary. >> i'm done with the democratic party. >> have a lot done that? >> yes, a lot have and a lot will. >> if bernie is not the democratic nominee, i will certainly leave nkts do you
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think she's trying press the boats. what was reaction to that? >> last month in europe we had the brexit and this month in the united states, we have the benexit. up until 10 days ago i would have been shocked to see this response from bernie voters. i think it's showing how deep it runs with the democratic party. this dnc was the last moment with hoffman to have the establishment, the men tell them who to vote for. i think donald trump is going to be able to capitalize on the fact that young voters are angry with the establishment, angry with hillary clinton and not just falling in line. >> do you buy the argument that they're going to go with trump? i was at a bernie rally this week and talking to a lot of bernie supporters. most of them said absolutely
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not. i don't know any bernie supporters going to go with trump. they may have skewed it from the older voters to the younger voters. >> what drew them to bernie's campaign, he was anti-establishment, he tells it like it is and he doesn't need wall street money as they called it to feed. those are all qualities can appeal and say, i'm going to take it the way it is. i've only taken $20. donald trump's used that appeal and empathized with the bernie voters. big bad hillary. crooked hillary. she stole this race from you. i agree with you. let's get revenge together. >> what about independents, gary johnson saying 11% of the vote. get to the debate stage.
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get to 15% might be on the debate stage. do you think we're going to see a rise of independents now? >> if gary johnson can get on the debate stage, i wouldn't be surprised if he was able to gain in the poll. i don't think he'll get on the debate stage. ultimately when it comes down to it, a lot of the independents, it may sound good for them, they need to be fired up and angry but when it comes down to it, i think at the last minute they'll realize that it essentially is a wasted vote. if it comes down to either guy to stop, if they want to stop hillary, i do think they'll go to donald trump no matter how much they disagree. >> nice to see you this morning. thank you. >> great to be on. should lgbt groups be allowed to sue religious colleges and universities for not being inclusive enough? details on that next. and the pope takes on pokemon go.
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good morning, everybody. 24 minutes after the hour. some quick headlines. connecticut governor dan molloy dealing with a political headache. facing a federal investigation into campaign financing contribution laws. in chicago, making a major exception for president obama's presidential library. they rejected plans from "star wars" creator george lucas for a museum to be built in an abandoned parking lot.
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now they're supporting president obama's library in jackson park. pokemon go gaining attention. average users are spending 30 minutes a day on the controversial app. pope francis is calling for a pokemon purge. swap out the sofas for walking booths. we didn't come into this world to vegetate, we came for another reason, to leave a mark. >> did the pope just declare war on pokemon go. does the pope have a point? >> i think so. the context of this quote is he's in poland, with up to 2 million young people who are meeting with him for world youth day that john paul ii started. it's not breaking news, parents know that we're having our kids, you know, basically vegetate,
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you know, sitting on the couch. a 76-year-old man who has no kids knows it's not a very good thing at all. i think what he's saying is it's not about lazy kids, it's really about lazy parenting. we can't allow our kids to be baby-sat by video games. it's so easy to do. >> i think the pope is wrong on this. people aren't sitting on their couches veg ge fating playing pokemon go. you can't sit on the couch. you have to get out and go around. >> it's not necessarily. >> but my point is, the baby-sitting, i know parents outside playing with their kids, having fun. you know the shelf life of video games. 20 years. >> there are so many things, clayton, that are so wrong with what you just said. number one, you didn't mention pokem pokemon. you were talking about video games. you think you're getting exercise playing pokemon? sk . >> you're a zombie walking
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around. >> let me tell you what i think. >> exactly. >> i love that. >> clayton, that just proves a point right there. you got no exercise there. you ran into something. >> i lost five pounds. >> here's the point i believe. he's inviting parents to inspire your kids to do something great, to leave a mark on this world as he said. let me give you an example of how to inspire children. remember last week when i was in cleveland with my nieces and nephews, my mom, they were on television. one of the littlest ones did not -- on fox a"fox & friends." the littlest one would not go on the set. he was crying. my brother, good parent, said to him. go on. no, i'm not going to go on. no, i'm not going to go on. he looked at my little nephew, 4 years old and he said, i'll get you a label if you go on. he looked at him and said, a big one, a small one my brother
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said, a big one. he got on the set. there's lots of ways to motivate. maybe that was a little more bribery than motivation. >> i'm totally for with everything you said. i agree with the pope 100%. here's my concern. the pope weighs in on all of this, parenting advice, format. does it detract from the christian message by this commentary? >> a lot of popes said a lot of things. he has a way of doing it in a way that gets a lot of attention. he talks in human language, down to earth. a pope talking about video games. he said it without putting it in theological language. it's a wonderful thing. every parent knows that there's a real problem now with kids sitting on their couches or walking like a zombie or like clayton walks. that is not a healthy thing for anyone. that's not how we grew up. >> it's all about balance. if you're playing for 45 minutes and you're at camp all day with your friends. >> absolutely.
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>> play 45 minutes, unwind at the end of the day. >> schedule. schedule. >> then you're doing both things. being with nature. >> true. after a rough day. >> have a beer. >> thanks a lot, father. >> thank you. >> great to see you. it was one of the most talked about moments at the dnc. the father of a fallen muslim soldier called out donald trump. >> have you even read the united states constitution? i will gladly lend you my copy. >> this morning trump's response is sparking outrage in the media which hates him passionately. you have something to say coming up. the billionaire megabackers the koch brothers. will others stay out with them? knotts ♪ ♪ with hydrogenated oil...
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in this document look for the words -- look for the words liberty and equal protection of law. you have sacrificed nothing and no one. >> well, that's a top trending topic this morning on fox news.com. the most talked about story of the morning. that's khan's father who gave his life to save other soldiers and he spoke at the dnc. donald trump on "abc's this week" set to air this morning, they released a clip of it. donald trump was asked about his sacrifice, here is donald's responses. >> i think i've made a lot of sacrifices. i work very, very hard. i've created thousands and thousands of jobs, tens of thousands of jobs. i raised and i have raised millions of dollars for the vets. i'm helping the vets a lot. i think my popularity with the vets is through the roof.
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he doesn't know that. i saw him. he was very emotional. probably looked like a nice guy to me. his wife, if you look at his wife, she was standing there. she had nothing to say. she probably -- maybe she wasn't allowed to have anything to say. >> what an idiot particular ic . what he should have said, i felt sorry for the parents. i didn't support the absurd war. hillary clinton did. shame on her. second, what's your plan, george st stephanopoulos. let's not talk about me and this family. talk about the threat our country faces from this actual threat. >> an opportunity to show that he -- >> why would you say that? >> would have been a great response. why didn't he do that? >> i don't know. because he often talks about himself. instead of getting muddied down by the mom. >> by the way, she came out and
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said, i don't want to speak. when i see a picture of my son, i break down and cry. >> trump is right on the issues. he's right on the issues and we're not talking about the issues, we're talking about him. that's a losing message. >> when he says that he's sacrificing, no one can say they've sacrificed as much as a son who is lost in the war. >> trump's sacrifices on the line are being made fun of. >> hillary's speech writers wrote the speech. i'm sorry for khan's profound loss. the use of these people by dnc/rnc to dwayne a political advantage is deplorable. >> a little humility. glad he got called out. words can hurt. >> gail wrote this on facebook. i feel awful for these parents.
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to say trump didn't sacrifice, that's hillary's doing. she let them have this platform for her own gain. >> how do they cover her. they're an arm of the hillary campaign. haven't they invalidated their credentials as journalists. the rncs, dncs, one of their shows, they're orchestrated. it's a television spectacle and it's meant to put one candidate up over the top. >> immigration is a real issue that working people care about and islamic extremism is an actual problem that they don't care to stress. >> this story is one of the top trending topics. 37 minutes after the hour. a motive is becoming clearer in a shooting that killed three people. he had recently broken up with
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mostly for back to school speaking. >> thanks, clayton. hillary clinton's proposal to accept tens of thousands of additional syrian refugees could run taxpayers $403 billion in lifetime costs. is the idea a good idea for the country. we have the chief host of "the filter" on sirius xm. >> good morning. >> reporting on the syrian refugees, everyone in the press, politics, all the business communities, everyone who's rich is totally for it because it makes us feel virtuous. why don't you explain to me why an unemployed machinist would be for this. what does he get out of it? >> it's quite simple. we've been doing it for 64
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years. we're part of the international treaty that brings in refugees. we bring in far fewer than most of the world especially when it comes to syrian refugees. thinking about it in a basic way, it takes a burden off the other countries. the great thing about our country, we are separated by an ocean. they have to go through five screenings, state department, u.n., department of homeland security and a couple other i forgot. >> you haven't answered my question. >> sure. >> why should the average american taxpayer who's not benefitting from the status quo see this as good for him or her. >> it comes out cost mutual. they reimburse their own flight, they have to take employment. >> leaving aside that. why is it good? why should the average person, the powerless person, the kind of person who's not powerful currently being lectured by the elite, what do little americans get out of it? >> safety. >> safety? >>. >> what's going on, they don't have a firm screening process in
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europe right now. they're coming in over little boats. they can't screen them. the eu does not have a handle on this. we are not accepting a 30-month waiting period. they are going through a screening. it lessens the burden when there's more screening coming from our country it makes it -- >> so it makes this country safer to import syrian refugees. >> when they're screened multiple times. the visa problem is why we have any problem. >> why have any problem? it makes people feel virtuous and welcome to bring in others and shift the burden to ordinary americans. why is it good for the ordinary americans? >> because there is a problem in europe right now and they're coming through europe without the screening. when you lessen that burden, you go to actual screenings, we've never had someone join our country -- the -- >> it's good for germany which destroyed its country.
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american taxpayers have got to be expected to care about their own people first, wouldn't you say? >> i understand the taxpayer argument. they have to pay taxes. a lot of the costs are part of the budget. >> we have massive unemployment. >> i don't know about massive. >> our work force rate is the lowest since the '70s. why would it be helping people from other countries get those jobs? >> that's a business problem. >> when you have companies going overseas, taking jobs away from america, that's a problem -- >> the u.s. government is bringing people in and requiring them to get jobs that americans would like. why is that good for america. >> unfortunately in a lot of these situations they're low level jobs like mcdonald's, these are the types of jobs they're getting. average americans are not taking
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it. there's a job that we americans are not taking or are left to younger people or people who are retirees. so it ends up being -- >> the black youth unemployment rate is the highest in my lifetime. sorry -- >> no, i think you're jumping from one to another, tucker. >> seems related. >> thank you, tucker. without a voice. >> great to see you without a voice. >> two conventions later. coming up next, hillary clinton about to appear on fox news. yes, she is. chris wallace spent a long time working on this interview. he got it. then back to school shopping is right around the corner. clothes, notebooks and pens aren't the only things you can save on this summer. we've got the best deals as we always do. you'd be crazy, in fact you'd waste money if you didn't watch.
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hey, everybody. it's your money. megan murphy is here with your money. >> i always love to shop. there are things that are better to buy. let's help you get best deals. if you're lucky enough to get there and get bathing suits, summer glasses, hats, go for it. you're going to get trendy items. >> next year who knows if they're going to be in stock. >> exactly. home goods is another thing to buy. these napkins that match my
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manicure. straws, plates, pictures. get these things on clearance. stores are trying to get room for the fall merchandise. these things are priced to sell. rock bottom prices. put them away for next year as long as you remember where to put them. >> put them under the bet. >> sometimes i'll forget. >> what about tech. >> electronic. good time to buy a laptop. the engineers have the best of the test. windows surface pro 4. it feels like a tablet but it runs on windows. it's big box stores have lost to deals on things like this now and also know if you're a teacher and you're in the military, you're a student, ask for those types of discounts. there's lots of opportunities for deals in the tech space right now. >> when you're talking about an item that's hundreds or potentially thousands of dollars, an extra 5% will save you cash. >> hold off on the phone because the iphone 7 comes out in september which means anything that's not an iphone 7 will be on sale and that's still a good
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phone. so hold off on the phone. hold off on major appliances like a television if you can because black friday, one of the biggest shopping holidays of the year is right around the corner, and you're going to get a better deal then. >> around black friday. and also around the super bowl. aren't tvs on sale then? >> these a long ways away but if you can wait until black friday you will get the tv and mattresses. if you're in the market of a mattress, labor day is the best sales on mattresses. >> don't have to wait too long for that one. you can get so many that even come in a box now. just get them mailed to you. >> school sly supplies. you want to shop early. this is my daughter's backpack we got yesterday. >> i like this one. >> skip hop, really good time to get your back to school supplies. this i love. this is -- >> wait. i'm wondering -- >> look how cute you are. >> i don't know if this is going to fit me next year. >> you don't want to get one every year for the kids. get one they can grow into. >> it's a little big but my daughter will grow into it.
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shop from our list. travel, it is a good time to book early fall trips. incompetent just looked at my kids' back to school schedule and said parent/teacher convention october 2nd and 3rd and i booked a weekend at a kalahari resort. don't buy your airfare for holiday travel. that's better in september and october. but an early fall trip, you're in that weird lull where the hotels kind of -- they need your business -- >> and having some type of travel on the calendar gives you something to look forward to. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> appreciate your time. >> happy shopping. four minutes before the top of the hour on a sunday and we need to tell you about this. a state of emergency in a historic town as torrential floodwaters leave entire neighborhoods under water. the details coming in overnight. then hillary clinton is about to appear on fox news. my friends, it is true. chris wallace is here with an exclusive preview just ahead. don't go away.
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a certified diabetes educator if you qualify. good morning, everyone. your sunday, the 31st of july, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is "fox & friends" weekend and a fox news alert. torrential floods leave a historic town underwater. >> look at that car. >> oh, my god. >> that windshield is busted. i just saw that. >> roads turned into rivers, cars swept away, and a state of emergency now in effect this morning. donald trump firing back at the father of a fallen soldier who challenged him during the democratic national convention. >> have you even read the united states constitution? i will gladly lend you my copy. >> well, trump has responded, and his words are dominating today's news.
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all 16 people on board. >> the fire is out. it's going to be just over the tracks near the large power lines. >> investigators now trying to determine whether the balloon hit a power line before going down or what exactly happened. >> i'm looking around to see who is shooting because it sounded like a gun going off and the next thing i knew you saw a big fireball go up. >> casey is live with the new developments this morning. good morning, casey. >> reporter: good morning to you guys. yeah, it appears that the balloon came to a rest just under the giant power transmission lines that are back in the field behind me. the thing is that this is very rural. it is out in the middle of nowhere. we're about 30 miles or so to the south of austin, but whether the balloon actually came into contact with those power lines is not known right now.
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that is something ntsb investigators are looking into. we do know that the hot air balloon went down after bursting into flames just before 8:00 yesterday morning. surprisingly, there is little regulation by the faa when it comes to these hot air balloon excursions. for example, there are no limits on the number of passengers they can carry, which is how 16 people were on board yesterday's ill-fated flight. >> you're getting hot air balloons that are carrying capacity, more than air tour helicopters or even some fixed-wing aircraft. so when they're paying for a service, they're expecting some oversight, some safety, and we just don't see that same level of oversight when it comes to balloon operations. >> reporter: now, the balloon was operated by heart of texas hot air balloon rides. the feds will be digging into the company's background, their
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safety record. that is all standard part of an investigation like this. we did speak to the community's mayor who tells fox news that none of the victims he thought were local, but the recovery operation under way is extremely challenging according to the officials because of the rural setting. like we said, out in the middle of nowhere, and we should also mention that this is now the deadliest hot air balloon accident on u.s. history record, some 16 people lost their lives here yesterday. back to you guys. >> thanks, casey stegall in lockhart, texas. well, the presidential election is entering its final 100 days, and it's already going down in the history books. we told you yesterday about hillary clinton and donald trump spending a lot of time in battleground states doing bus tours across ohio and pennsylvania. hillary clinton is doing more of a traditional campaign, doing a lot of poll testing and working on her ground game, running
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television ads and things like that. donald trump, on the other hand, is doing a lot of rallies, big rallies and tweeting. he says it worked in the primary and it will work in a general election. >> she's a very dishonest person. i have a winning temperament. she has a bad temperament. she's weak. i have had a flawless campaign. you will be writing books about this campaign. >> so he says this campaign will go down -- you're going to be writing history books. he said i have had a beautiful, i've had a flawless campaign. you will be writing books about this campaign. flawless? >> if i were paul manafort and running the campaign, i would sit trump down and say do you really want to be president? i can make you president. do one thing. don't talk about yourself. it's not about you. that's the sign i would post there. i would say it's about the middle class of america who the people in power have contempt for, despise -- >> good luck with that. >> you're going to talk about them. any moment you talk about
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process or yourself or respond to taunts from your opponents is a moment where you are losing. talk about voters and you will win, and that's true. >> but good luck with that when he puts his names on all his buildings. i mean, not talking about yourself -- >> i'm not judging. that's fine. that's business. this is a campaign. campaigns are determined by voters. if they think you care about them -- the people in power do not care about them at all. they hate them. nancy pelosi said that the other day. they're stew wupistupid, she ba said that. everybody knows democrats hate the middle class. >> what is his secret on social media? his double the amount of followers than hillary clinton. he puts out this attack and then he follows it up with social media. we have ben kaplan on the show earlier to talk about this secret sauce. listen. >> he's constantly triggering this idea of he's the sort of tough persona. he's the authentic fighter. even when you see an individual tweet or a comment have a negative backlash a little bit, sometime the net effect can be
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stronger positively because it actually reinforces his persona. one of the big things you need for anything to go viral, even like a dog or cat video, it has be a authentic, something real. because he's plainspoken, it gives him the big edge. what hillary needs to do is activate more emotions to cause that viral spread. >> who is winning? larry saab t ba sabato has stud politics for decades. what were the signs that allowed people to figure out who was going to win. looking at the polls today and looking back at previous campaigns, where do you think we are? >> you can't look at the polls today. we're waiting to find out how big hillary clinton's bounce is. we know trump got a bounce. we've got to see whether clinton got one and, if so, how big it is. then you compare the bounces, you wait two weeks for the bounces to settle, and you finally get into the general
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election pattern. by the way, i do have some news for you. it's good for us and horrible for the public. i just realized this last week, this is the longest general election campaign in modern history. really since 1960. in 1960 the parties both held their conventions in july. that's the last time we haven't had at least one convention in august, and, remember, that's when the general election campaign begins, when the second convention ends. so this is an extraordinarily long general election campaign. it's got an extra five weeks in it for more attacks and more negative ads and more for us to talk about. and i know the public is thrilled on a sunday morning to hear that. >> and both candidates have said the gloves are off. trump a couple days ago said no more mr. nice guy. he's been so nice thus far. >> you mentioned 1960. we're showing the video and i want to get your take on that. we didn't have an incumbent president. this time though hillary clinton sort of seems to be playing on the heels of the obama administration almost as an
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incumbent. so where do you see differences there, 1960 and now. >> yeah, well, not only is she trying to be the third term of obama, in a sense whether she wants it or not, she's also going to be, if she's elected, the third term of bill clinton. so she has a double incumbency burden here. it's the first time that's ever happened in american history where one candidate is representing two eight-year administrations. so that gives trump more material to use to attack. it also gives her certain advantages as well. >> all right. next up, bush versus gore. >> we've already jumped to 2000. okay. well, in 2000, look, i want to mention one thing about 1960. 1960 was close the whole time. it was highly competitive. well, so was 2000. 2000 was close and competitive through the summer, the general election. gore had a surge in the last month or so. that's what enabled him to win the popular vote but not the
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electoral vote. these elections are all different. they revolve around different fundamentals and different schedules, so let's not overdo the comparisons, but at the same time we may be having the very same thing in that respect this year. >> 2008, obama versus mccain. with this like 100-day window, it's a strange time. the economy was about to take a nose dive. remember, mccain like suspends his campaign. went through a really crazy time. do you see any similarities t >> well, i'll tell you one similarity, in the summer it was tied. in fact, mccain was even at one point a couple of points up over obama. what changed it all? the fundamentals. george w. bush became very unpopular because both of the iraq war and the economic collapse in september that nobody saw coming in the summer. what are we not seeing now that will happen in september or
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october that might scramble the fundamentals? well, i certainly don't know, and none of you do either. that's why we watch every day. >> that's right. but we should be aware of the fact that this could be a different country by november. that's really smart. >> it could be. >> only perspective gives you that. thanks a lot larry sabato. >> age. age gives you that, tucker. >> very wise. 11 minutes after the hour. other stories making headlines. donald trump is facing criticism from the father of a u.s. soldier who challenged him during the rnc. >> have you even read the united states constitution? i will gladly lend you my copy. >> that speech given at the dnc on thursday night, and trump responding in an interview airing later this morning. >> i think i made a lot of
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sacrifices. i worked very, very hard. i've created thousands and thousands of jobs, tens of thousands of jobs. i raised and i have raised millions of dollars for the vets. i'm helping the vets a lot. i think my popularity with the vets is through the roof. he doesn't know that. i saw him. he was, you know, very emotional and probably looked like a nice guy to me. his wife, if you look at his wife, she was standing there. she had nothing to say. she probably -- maybe she wasn't allowed to have anything to say. >> well, trump's campaign later releasing a statement praising that man's son as a, quote, hero to our country. and extreme weather turns deadly in the northeast. new information coming in about the torrential rain in maryland. one woman is now dead and several people are being evacuated after torrential rain caused roads to become rivers overnight. >> look at that car. >> that windshield busted. i just saw that. >> floodwaters ripping through
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the historic city forcing a state of emergency there. people abandoning their cars as floodwater grows in a matter of minutes. search damaged buildings in the heart of the city appear to have partially collapsed. cars were turned over and thousands left in the dark. and history is made from 25,000 feet up without a parachute. >> jumpers away. >> they're off. >> he's in! >> oh, yeah. luke akins free falling at 120 miles an hour landing in a massive net on live television. his daredevil stunt making him the very first person ever to jump from an airplane safely without a parachute or a wing suit. >> can you imagine being his sfous or his mother? >> he is brave. wow. coming up, this isn't your
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one opened. i made the right pitch to the right person at the right time, and over those 15 months i have kept on writing questions and squirreling them away in a desk. i opened the desk and they exploded out, but you had to ask about the most current things. we talk about the state of the race, and she has not discussed this so far, those allegations that donald trump in effect invited the russians to hack her e-mails and put them out. we talk about the state of the race. we talk about some issues like guns and immigration, the supreme court, and, of course, we talk about the whole question of trust and directly about benghazi, the clinton foundation, and the e-mails. it's a very wide-ranging interview, and she discusses it all. >> so a lot -- we can see and we're going to see that interview fairly shortly. a lot of people are trying to get interviews with hillary clinton. you're the one who actually did. to the extent you can tell us, how did you do it? what was the process like? >> a couple things.
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literally for 15 months, ever since she announced she was running i have been knocking on doors of various people in the clinton campaign, around the clinton campaign asking for an interview, and, frankly, they don't do it for us. they do it for themselves. i think their feeling was while she was running to her left in effect against bernie sanders in the democratic primaries it didn't make a lot of sense, it wouldn't be very useful to her to talk to us, but obviously you can see at the convention is he made a specific appeal to independents and to disaffected republicans saying that trump has turned the party of morning in america into the party of midnight in america. i think she felt this was a good time to talk to us. the thing that struck me most, and she makes a lot of news this this interview, i think people will be talking about it tomorrow including one big surprise about her mother that i think everybody will be fascinated with, was her
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demeanor, and she couldn't have been calmer, more self-assured, more confident. i think she feels not over confident, but i think she feels in a pretty good place in this election, and the point i would make is as opposed to let's say running against john kasich or jeb bush, she doesn't see that or isn't going to portray this as a right versus left race. she's going to portray this as stable versus unstable and somehow donald trump is outside the mainstream of american politics of either political party. >> chris' interview with hillary clinton airs today at 2:00 and 6:00 p.m. right here on the fox news channel, and check your local listings for fox news sunday on the fox broadcast network. chris, great to see you this morning. >> thanks, guys. >> we'll grab our popcorn and milk does. the video is unbelievable. a hou a car crashes into a house barely missing a toddler. and matt damon is back as
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senate in republican hands. trump responding on twitter saying i turned down a meeting with charles and david koch. much better for them to meet with the puppets of politics. they will do much better. well, it's pretty hot right about now at the end of july. if you're looking for a way to get cool, how about some indoor air conditioning at a movie theater, the popcorn, the whole thing. if you don't know what to watch, we have the answers -- tyme he has the answers. >> that's right. >> phoenfox news contributor ke mccarthy is here. >> for you, clayton, i rocked out my "batman versus superman" socks this morning. >> they're for everybody. >> that's the best thing about that movie. >> i like "batman versus superman." >> it was a terrible movie. >> batman kind of wins. >> he wins the fight. >> thanks for spoiling it. >> you were not going to see that. >> let me tell you the end of "the sixth sense." that was 20 years ago. it's so good to be here. jason bourne came out this
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weekend and i tried to see jacon bourn again the other night with my original "bourne identity" stub. the fifth jason bourne is out. paul greengrass is back to direct it. . you had to watch this las vegas footage. they shut down the strip in vegas and there's a sequence where a s.w.a.t. car is flying through a bunch of cars. here is how they really did it. there's a real shot here of the behind the scenes. they really plowed that through there. we had one take to do that, paul greengrass said. check out this next shot. they was following matt damon's dodge charger through the strip with this camera. is that insane? >> is that a jib? >> i don't know what it is. >> then they tore down bally's. >> that's what paul greengrass does. he captures actions as if it's a documentary and they really did crash a car through the riviera in vegas which is insane.
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>> one of the other -- >> and improved it by doing so. >> they did shut it down eventually. >> one of the other big scenes is you see matt damon with that huge -- >> yes. i spoke to matt damon about that punch. some of the first footage we shot was him knocking that guy out. i spoke to him about how do you sell a punch like that? check it out. how close are you to his face? how many takes does that take? it's an amazing shot. >> we did it all day. the guy who we hired who took the punch was just fantastic. no, really. that's what sells it. you have to throw the left hook on the right plane. you don't have to be closes a all. as long as the camera can't see a gap between the face and the punch. i'm never closer than that. there's no need for movie fights there's no need to hit anybody. >> you know, way tonight mention something. when i interviewed him, i a lot
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of comments about his gun control comments recently. i did ask him. he did open up and clarify some of the statements. >> he's for gun control except he promotes -- >> that's what the question was. i said people criticize you because you're in a gun violent movie but you're into gun control. what are your thoughts? >> bottom line on the movie? >> it's fun. not as great as bourne one or "bourne ultimatum." that vegas scene is worth the entire price of admission. i give it 4 out of 5. >> you say there's a lot of action, not a lot of dialogue. >> very minimal dialogue. >> i'm bringing my kids to "bad mom." >> that's why you're a great father. r rated, raunchy, cruor. it's great for kids. not at all. this is from the writers of "the hangover." it's basically a group of moms who reach a tipping point and they want to go out and have fun. and the movie while crude and obnoxious and ridiculous, it does have a message about
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appreciating moms, how hard they work and what they do. the movie is obviously fiction. there's a lot of fun going on. mila kunis is great, christina applegate, katherine hahn steals the movie. she's great. 3.5 out of 5. some ridiculous scenes but -- >> does mila kunis go bad? >> she goes real bad. >> it's her naughtiest movie. >> i love mila kunis. i just saw "suicide squad" last night. i'm interviewing the cast today. i'm geeking out. >> you get to sit down with the joker? >> i'm interviewing jared leto. >> i have my chuck taylors on. good to see you. it's an honor to be in studio. coming up, donald trump accusing hillary clinton of trying to rig the presidential debates, trying to sideline him like they did bernie sanders. details on that next. and they're going to party
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like it's 2008. members of the media including wolf blitzer drinking wine and partying while hillary wins the nomination. howard kurtz joins us next. eryo. the usaa car buying service is helpful because it gives you that automatic savings, and i think it helps service members feel like their families are really cared for. and that's a really good feeling. (announcer) usaa car buying service, powered by truecar.
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i tell you, he blew it. i sold his soul to the devil. he did. he had a great thing. i was so surprised because he seemed like a tough guy. he was like tough, tough, tough, tough, and then in the end he folded, and i said yesterday, and it's true, he wanted to go home. he wanted to go to sleep. >> they sat there at the debates and there was cutaway shots of bernie like this, with his hands over his face. >> it's totally true. he wasn't a hardened revolutionary. he was a party hack. he endorsed somebody who stands for everything he said he hated. >> one of the things is they're burying the primary debates on saturday nights when nobody watches television and why shouldn't we be out there on a thursday night or a wednesday night like the republican debates? >> and now donald trump is saying that the same thing that hillary clinton did to bernie
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sanders, he says, now hillary clinton is going to him with the debates and that the whole system is rigged. even though the debates were already set back in september before there were official nominees from either party but take a listen to this. >> talk about debates. are you going to accept the recommendation of the debate commission? >> it's against two nfl games. i got a left from the letter saying this is ridiculous. the nfl doesn't want to go against the debates. hillary clinton wants to go against the nfl. maybe like with bernie sanders when they were on saturday nights when nobody is home but they're against the nfl. >> one point i agree with with donald trump is maybe the nfl doesn't want to go up against the debate because of ratings. >> that's what i don't get. >> who isn't going to want to watch donald trump debate hillary clinton. >> the nfl games, as you point out -- the schedule actually was set in april. the nfl released their schedule in april. these debates were agreed upon
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back in september. >> but we knew hillary was going to be nominated in september p.. i'm not saying it's rigged. not a single nfl viewer will vote for hillary clinton. i'm overstating a little bit but they're his voters more than hers. i still don't think he should be talking about it. it's a process question. it's about him. he should just ignore it. i'm confident enough i'll debate admit night on a sunday night and i'll still beat her. >> hillary did really well at the end of the debates and it ended up playing to her favor because her approval ratings went up every time she had a debate. >> trump said he did great in his debates. >> but she's still a control freak. is the system rigged? let us 234know what you think. a motive is becoming clearer in a house party shooting. the shooter, allen christopher ivanov had recently broken up with one of the victims
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identified as anna bui. she's seen her with the other victims, jordan he beer in and jake long. one victim was sent to the hospital and is in serious condition at this hour. ivanov posted this chilling photograph of his rifle and three bullets online just days before the shooting. and a liberal democrat running for congress in seattle gets caught driving a stolen van. jesse wineberry blaming the police though filing a complaint saying he was racially profiled. officers responding to the accusation by posting this video showing him resisting arrest. it turns out though, here is what happened. a rental company reported the car stolen after the politician's campaign staff failed to extend the agreement. this truly shocking video show the horrifying moment a car smashes into a home running right into a mother and toddler. watch the woman sitting on the floor with the child feeding him. then you see headlights brighten the room and smash. the car careens right inside. the woman jumping up, banging on
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the windshield, clearly panicking unable to get to her child. the car finally pulls away. another woman picks up the child who is seemingly and mir rack lossly a-okay. >> can you imagine? if you sacrificed your pride, anything is possible. now you can wear your suitcase just like a tail and travel hands-free with a gadget called my hitch. all you do is attach one side of the $18 plastic clip to your pants and the other side to your rolling luggage. the inventor recommends wearing a belt while using it and not carrying more than 25 pounds. unfortunately, our clayton morris is doing the vanna white for us at the moment. >> i think this is fantastic. you know, i have no shame as you know. you've known me for long enough. i would actually do this. >> is it bumping into your bum or what? it looks uncomfortable. >> anna, when you have little kids in your house they constantly do this to you anyway. >> you're used to it. >> make your kids carry their
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the value of that stock. a judge determined he misled the court so hogan has the okay to go after denton's belongings. and a woman recently released from prison robs a bank only to throw the cash up in the air and sit down to wait for the police. authorities say linda thompson wanted to go back to prison because she couldn't stay on the streets any longer, institutionalized. did you see this? members of the media, including wolf blitzer of cnn drinking wine and partying as hillary clinton secures her party's nomination. what does this all mean? joining us is howie kurtz, most of "media buzz" later today. howie, it's great to see you. i don't have any idea what wolf was doing, but i would bet my house that neither he nor any other on-air person at cnn or cbs or nbc or abc is voting for trump. you can see why people might read into a tape like that a motive. >> licook, it's a great piece o
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video. he was mugging for the cameras. he was standing there. cnn took the shot. he took a drink and started kind of swaying around. i don't think he was celebrating hillary clinton's nomination. i do think there is a lot of anti-trump sentiment in the mainstream media but i'm not accusing blitzer of that. >> by the way, i'm not either. but do you think it's a problem when the press make it so clear where their sympathies lie? we've known for generations all reporters basically are pretty liberal but they tried, most of them, to keep that under wraps. they don't seem like they're trying very much. there are implications of that, aren't are there? >> this is a bizarre election because you don't have the classic left/right match-up. a lot fof the press corps doesnt particularly light hillary clinton. she hasn't held a news conference all year. there is a lot of antipathy for the republican nominee, a guy who, by the way, most of the pundits said was a clown and a side show, would never win the nomination, and i see journalists, not just
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commentators, but kind of straight journalists saying things on twitter, sometimes on the air, that indicate, you know, they have a deep, deep, deep problem with donald trump, and i think it does affect the tone of the coverage. >> for sure. a moral problem. here we just pulled out a couple sound bites to illustrate the different way that is the press covered the relative speeches, the rnc and the dnc. here we go. >> it has been a dark night in many ways from the podium. >> it was a loud voice, more vengeful than hopeful. >> pretty dark speech. labeled hillary clinton the candidate of lawlessness. >> if americans shall not scared of their safety before tonight, they are tonight. >> a lot of people didn't describe that country he described. >> this won't be cleveland, about you it won't be boring. >> no. this might be way more fun. >> republicans hate hillary clinton. i don't think there's a better
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word for their dislike for her. it's pure. they hate her. i don't think democrats hate donald trump. it's not like that. it's something like he' p appal them. >> he hit it out of the park. >> he really did. >> this is the moment everybody has been waiting for and they're really, really psyched about that. >> it's a home run. walk the bases. it's unbelievable. >> what's fascinating, tucker, is the majority of reviews of donald trump's speech was too dark, too pessimistic, too scary, and yet he got a bump in the polls, n. with hillary even her liberal allies said it wasn't a great speech, but she did a very good job of mocking trump and setting the themes that he was dangerous and divisive and the democrats were the optimistic party. we'll see how that plays out in the polls, but it really was a sharp contrast there, and, of course, there was the extra layer with hillary clinton's speech of excite am that tment
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first woman was claiming a nomination. >> if everyoshould we be surpri they don't recognize trump's future. it's not happening in georgetown. >> i think that's the nub of this whole campaign coverage because when you look at the year in which trump got so much negative press, which helped him, by the way, because all press is good press when your donald trump, the reason the press underestimated donald trump is a lack of connection to the anger and the frustration out there among millions of americans that even hillary clinton acknowledged and tried to make a bow towards in her speech. that's why the trump phenomenon has taken to many in the press by sprpress. >> thanks, howie. the father of a fallen muslim soldier attacks donald
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trump. watch. >> have you seen read the united states constitution? i will gladly lend you my copy. lecturing trump on the constitution. trump has responded. his response is dominating news coverage this morning, and you've responded to. we'll read those on the air. up next, want to avoid getting your e-mail hacked like hillary has? we've four tips you need to know to protect your e-mail account. stay tuned for that. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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welcome back. well, another day, another hack. the clinton campaign's computer network has been breached, and the latest hack in a series of
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cyber attacks on democrats. how can you protect your personal e-mail account from prying eyes or just your personal information in general. technology expert, chana glenser joins us this. >> thank you for having me. >> let's talk about e-mail and passwords. we say obviously don't use generic passwords but how often should we be changing our passwords? some people do it seems like every few years. >> that is not how often you should be changing your passwords. experts recommend once a month. i recommend once a quarter is probably enough to cheap you in the safe realm. you mentioned not choosing a simple password but there was a leak in january and it showed most people's -- the majority -- number one password was 123456. that is a really important thing. >> wow. >> exactly. too choose a unique password. >> using a unique password,
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people often think maybe i'll pick my wedding anniversary or my children's names or something like that. don't do that. how tricky should we make the password? >> don't choose something very simple like you just mentioned. but you could do something like -- here is an easy hack, and that is pick a long regular word like celebration and switch out the letter "e" for the number 3 or the letter "o" for the number zero and it instantly makes a more normal word a much harder password for someone to guess. >> and people often forget to change their passwords and they don't do it regularly. you can just set even with ios or if you're using android, set a simple reminder that remind me in three months or two months to change my password. you also say two-step verification. for a lot of people watching they're going what is two-step verification? what does that even mean? why should we do it? >> it sounds complicated but it's quite simple. what it does is it creates a
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different layer so someone can't just guess your password and get in. they also have to have a code that is sent to your mobile phone. so you sign up for two-step verification. it's available on yahoo! mail, google mail, and you simply every time you log into a new computer, you get a code sent to your phone after you enter your password and you enter that so it's a two-step verification process. >> just like banks use. you might get a digital code sent to your cell phone. you also say check your account login. what does that mean? >> you can go in systems like yahoo! mail. you can go in and check your login history, and all that means is you can see when the account has been logged into, and you can just get a gut check as to whether or not, yeah, that looks like the times i have logged into this account or not. so, again, as you mentioned before, set a regular reminder every month to log in and make sure that the account activity and the logins look familiar.
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>> you can send those e-mails and you will get a message saying somebody tried to log into your account from iran. that may be a red flag. >> that would be one. >> you also say cover your digital footprint. what do you mean? >> by that i mean oftentimes you're in a library or a hotel or at a friend's house and you're using their computer to log into your e-mail and do online shopping. what you want to do is, number one, make sure you're signing out of your e-mail account, which is as simple as going to the top of the screen and hitting sign out. but the other thing and it's a little more tricky but it's a simple three-step process, clear your passwords, your cookies, those things that track you across the internet by going into your preferences and security and then clearing out your cache. >> great information. thanks so much for joining us this morning. we appreciate it. >> thanks for having me. coming up on the show, a fox
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so when you're ready, start with us. doing the right thing has never been easier. legalzoom. legal help is here. hi, friends. good morning. it's sunday the 3 1st of july, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is "fox & friends" weekend. a fox news alert. torrential floods turn deadly. one person is killed, dozens more rescued as a historic town is left underwater. look at this. >> look at that car. >> oh, my gosh. >> that windshield busted. i just saw that. >> cars swept away in the raging waters. the details just coming in. it's one of the most talked about moments of the conventions. the family of a fallen muslim soldier calls out donald trump. >> have you even read the united states constitution? i will gladly lend you my copy.
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>> this morning trump's response and the fallout. and the fix is in literally. here is name is donna brazile and she will be the new head of the democratic national convention. she has a plan from keeping nasty e-mails leaked including presumably the ones she wrote. we have the whole story on "fox & friends," so don't change that channel. >> hello, everybody. >> good morning, everyone. welcome in on this sunday morning. great to see all of you. >> good morning. >> so good to be back. >> it's the last day of july, and that's sad but we're celebrating anyway. we're getting up with courage and fortitude to look the day right in the face and say you're not intimidating me. >> and i'm celebrating my one-year anniversary. >> yes, you are. >> happy anniversary, anna. >> how does it feel? >> it feels great. >> does he still have that new husband smell? gee does, and he still gives me butterflies. >> got some cologne for that. on to this, the race for the
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white house. hillary clinton pulling out all the stops in america's so-called rest belt, pennsylvania, and ohio are pulling in punches in attacking donald trump. >> kristin fisher is live from washington, d.c., with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. today is the final day of hillary clinton's three-day bus tour through those all-important battleground states of pennsylvania and ohio. she has been using every one of her campaign styops to win over white working class voters and she's doing it by hammering home to create jobs. she's also slamming trump over his own business record and customizing one of her favorite attack lines for ohio voters. listen to this. >> he talks about putting america first, right? well, then why does he make trump suits in mexico instead of brooklyn, ohio? why does he make furniture in turkey instead of cleveland? why does he make bar ware in
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slovenia instead of jackson, ohio? >> now, trump will be campaigning in ohio tomorrow, but he's already fighting back on twitter. quote, the rust belt was created by politicians like the clintons who allowed our jobs to be stolen from us by other countries like mexico. end. while in pennsylvania clinton also picked up an endorsement from another billionaire, mark cuban, who called trump a word that i never heard of. he called him a jag-off. apparently it's a slang term from pittsburgh meaning a person who is stupid or inept. a jag-off? or maybe it's jag-off? i don't even know how to pronounce it. help me out, guys. >> not going to do it. >> and by the way, i think that definition may be off. i'm not saying the internet is inaccurate, but keep reading. >> i want to find some sites about this word. >> we're going to roll right past that but it doesn't diminish our love for you.
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>> yinzers. we'll leave that for somebody else. however, one of the top trending topics on foxnews.com is this. the father of that fallen soldier who spoke at the dnc the other night. he was standing there with his wife and talking about their family's sacrifice and it's lth of their son. donald trump has responded now to this comment. take a listen to the other night. >> in a nation, donald trump, you're asking americans to trust you with their future. let me ask you have you even read the united states constitution? i will gladly lend you my copy. in this document look for the words, look for the words liberty and equal protection of law. you have sacrificed nothing.
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and no one. >> and donald trump says that's an unfair characterization, that he has made sacrifices and that he has, you know, created a lot of jobs and helped families, but then you have people on the other side saying the response you're about to hear is very insensitive. listen. >> i think i made a lot of sacrifices. i work very, very hard. i have created thousands and thousands of jobs, tens of thousands of jobs. i raised and i have raised millions of dollars for the vets. i'm helping the vets a lot. i think my popularity with the vets is through the roof. he doesn't know that. i saw him. he was, you know, very emotional and probably looked like a nice guy to me. his wife, if you look at his wife, she was standing there. she had nothing to say. she probably -- maybe she wasn't allowed to have anything to say. >> well, that's the controversial part, the idea that his wife wasn't allowed to speak. in fact, she said she would have but when she see aspic tour of her son, she breaks down in
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tears. >> trump responded this way. captain khan killed 12 years ago was a hero. this is about radical islamic terror and the weakness of our leaders to eradicate it. i see where trump was coming from. this boy was killed in a pointless war that trump was opposed. i get that. the truth is when he says -- trump says stuff like he said on abc, it hurts his own campaign. it's completely nutty. if this campaign is about trump, he loses. he's a flawed guy who happens to have deep insight into the truth, which is our leaders have lied to us, they benefitted from the policies of the last 20 years, few has. when he talks about himself and makes it about him, he's going to lose this race and hillary is going to be president and america will never be the same so stop it. jed t jed. >> he had the opportunity to look and act presidential. he could have said when you ask me about sacrifices, no one
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could have sacrificed as much as this family but then talk about the war. >> i get why he's annoyed, i get it, but rise above it. make it about the voters. elections are always about the voters. trump is right on the issues and he's muddying it with this nonsense. >> and he's been successful though throughout the primary. he would make headlines, good, bad, or ugly and somehow rose bo of it. maybe he's banking on doing it gu once again. this is one of the most trending topics. bob says captain khan is an american hero, but no one smears the character of muslims more than radical muslims. when are dems going to talk about that? >> delores writes, i wish trump would stop falling into the trap the media and clintons put before him. it is time for him to speak before he speaks. did he support the war? no. did she? yes. >> we talked to donna brazile,
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the new interim chair of the dnc, she took over for debbie wasserman schultz. she says she's going to fix the glitches, and she uses that word, glitches, to talk about the access that foreign entities perhaps have gotsten to dnc servers. >> some of the e-mails tells me that some of the staff said things that were inappropriate, totally unprofessional, unwarranted, intolerant. we're not going to allow that to happen. going forward, i am going to set some tough standards, not just for them but for all of us. i'm confident that we're going to have a very secure system, that everything is being fixed. the glitches, you know, removed, the bugs. >> i mean, part of the problem is that the glitches do need to be fixed. you don't want that sensitive information getting in the hands
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of nefarious operators but it's the content too. one of the e-mails, does he believe in a god? he skated on saying he has a jewish heritage. i think i read he is an atheist about bernie sanders. >> what you're bringing up is not a glitch. >> that's what i'm bringing up. it's the content. >> it's called corruption. >> do you clean house? >> she said she demanded an apology and she said it was inappropriate, unacceptable behavior. >> i like donna a lot but she was implicated in this. according to these leaks, this is the e-mail she sent. i have no intention of touching this? why? because i would cuss out the sanders camp. she like everybody else at the dnc was flacking for hillary. she shouldn't have been and they were. >> she also wrote this. i saw it this a.m. how stupid. don't know how to respond to bernie anymore. >> the party was colluding against their own candidate. they were. the fix was in for hillary.
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>> is debbie wasserman schultz stepping down going to be enough? >> she was falling on a spear. >> the democratic party is not very democratic. that's the core problem. they wouldn't have superdelegates if they were. we're going to turn to this now. clayton has another fox news alert. extreme weather turning deadly in the northeast. new information coming in about the torrential rain in maryland. one woman is dead and several other people have been evacuated after torrential rain caused roads to become rivers overnight. >> look at that car. >> oh, my gosh. >> that windshield busted. i just saw that. well, the floodwaters ripping through the historic city forcing a state of emergency there. people abandoning their cars as floodwaters rose in a matter of minutes sweeping them away. several damaged buildings in the par heart of the city appear to have partially collapsed. cars were turned over and thousands were left in the dark. and chaos in austin, action,
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after bullets fly leaving one dead and others injured. this all happeninger in 6th street, the entertainment district. it's packed with bars and night life. >> two gunshot victims. >> gunshot wound to the chest. >> 30 people inside here hunkered down. >> police confirming a woman in her 20s or 30s died on the scene and three others were rushed to the hospital. no word on any suspect. america's team leading by example. the dallas cowboys walking into their first training camp practice locked arm and arm with families of the victims of the dallas police shootings in a showing of support. police chief david brown speaking to the team before practice about the importance of lifting up the dallas community as a united force.
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his department still healing from the loss of five officers earlier this month from a shooting during a peaceful black lives matter rally. and texas takes the crown as miss teen u.s. >> miss teen usa 2016 is texas! >> and there you have it. miss texas wowing the judges beating 50 other contestants. runner up went to miss north carolina and second runner up miss south carolina. the carolinas representing. >> way to go, carolina, in the house. i have no idea. >> raise the roof, carolina. coming up on the show more news to get to. plus the tragedy in texas. 15 people killed in a fiery hot air balloon crash. a former faa official is here to
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of the video and early police reports. it appears the balloons caught some winds and blew them into the power lines but it's early to make conclusions. >> we had a former ntsb person on the show earlier this morning, the early morning hours trying to get some answers to all of this. one of the things i found interesting she is saying it's almost like the wild west when it comes to ballooning. when you have normal aircraft, we don't have accidents very often in the past many, many years but with ballooning we have crashes regularly. does something need to change? >> i don't know if i would agree with that. i think we have more ga crashes than balloon crashes, but, yeah, it is a relatively lightly regulated industry. it is -- you know there, have been recommendations by the ntsb to have more oversight from the faa on it. if you look at the number of flights to fatalities, it's fairly low. when you do have crashes, they
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are awful as we've seen down in texas. >> i think when we saw all this news unfolding yesterday and just seeing the size of the amount of casualties there. 16 people dying in this. how big was this balloon and is that normal for 16 people to be in one of the baskets? >> you know, 16 is about the maximum number folks they do have in the u.s. and that's mostly because of insurance reasons. i don't think there's an insurance company out there that will write a policy for a balloon that carries more than 16 people. clearly they do have that capability, but that's usually about the maximum. >> so how in a balloon, how difficult would it be to avoid power lines? how much power does the pilot have to move the balloon around? >> that's really where you are. you're subjected to the forces of nature. as an air balloon pilot, you really only have the ability to go up and down. when winds start blowing you
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don't expect, it makes it difficult. when you have a heavy balloon, it takes a lot of gas and some extra time to kind of lift up over those power lines. i think it's very strange that they would be flying anywhere near those types of power lines because those power lines are radiated energy even before you touch them. i'm sure a lot of horrible things went wrong very quickly for these folks. >> and a lot of very special moments happen on hot air balloons, engagements, birthday parties, and families will take up, you know, folks for a family reunion, things like that. we don't want to discourage people when we see news like this, but what do people need to know to make sure that they're in safe hands when they go up if they choose to? >> that's a great issue because there's nobody rating these companies out there and i don't know if that helps or not, but make sure you're flying with somebody who has got a lot of experience, and even those who have a ton of experience, things still can go wrong. so it's really -- it's buyer beware. it's a beautiful thing. it's a lot of fun.
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but there obviously is some risk involved. >> scott brenner, thank you for joining us this morning for that perspective. >> thanks, guys. we told you a minute ago about the war of words between donald trump and the father of a fallen muslim soldier. a discussion on how the press is covering that story is coming up right after this. pope francis just declared war on pokemon. ♪
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hey, everyone. how are you feeling? we hope you're doing well. 23 minutes after the hour. quick headlines. connecticut governor dealing
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with a big haieadache, facing a federal investigation into fund-raising for his re-election campaign. a federal grand jury looking into whether he broke campaign finance laws by using contributions from state contractors. and chicago making a major exception. they rejected plans from george lucas for a museum to be built in an abandoned parking lot but now the group is backing obama's presidential library which will require bulldozing trees and other landscaping in jackson park. tucker, now this. the father of a fallen muslim soldier giving one of the most talked about speeches thursday night. he took aim at donald trump. >> let me ask you, have you even read the united states constitution? i will gladly lend you my copy. you have sacrificed nothing.
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>> donald trump now defending himself against criticism of his remarks in a new interview with abc. >> i think i made a lot of sacrifices. i work very, very hard. i've created thousands and thousands of jobs. i have raised millions of dollars for the vets. i'm helping the vets a lot. >> how exactly is this playing out politically? who is winning, if anyone? joining us now is a.b. stoddard and zeke miller. great to see you both. first to you, a.b. it seems to me the obvious response from trump would be, wait a second, this man was killed in a war that hillary clinton supported not because she believed in it but because she felt it was politically expedient to vote for it. why wouldn't trump say something that obvious? >> i think it's his natural instinct to become defensive, so you don't compare jobs you created in a business that you started with your dad's money to someone losing their son in war.
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it's just inappropriate. he's running to be commander in chief. so it was a mistake, and i agree with your comments in a previous segment. you take the high road and back down and change the subject. trying to engage in this way which is a defensive sort of combative response is a mistake, and he's going to pay for it on twitter and in the news for the next couple days until the topic changes. >> couldn't you hammer home the larger point which is we should be having a conversation about immigration and force the press to graes your policy position on those things? >> certainly that's what donald trump could have done but it's not what he did. the clinton campaign essentially laid a trap by putting the khan familiar out there. donald trump -- he likes to brag about how he's only a counter puncher, so they had somebody go up on stage and punch him and
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the khan family, you can say, you know, you can say they put themselves in the arena by giving a speech at a political convention, but the one thing you can't do when you're a presidential candidate who is now a nominee who has never served, who has been all over on every side of the iraq war issue, two supported it before he opposed it, he would then have to, you know, to then punch back that way is going to be a political loser every single time, and they laid that trap and they're going to keep doing that. >> a.b., as you noted, i said trump mishandled this, he should have ignored the digs from the khans for sure. on the other hand, it's a little much to suggest that he has no moral right to respond when they said this at a political convention on behalf of a political candidate. i mean, everyone feels terrible for them for their loss. on the other hand, they were acting as tools for it's campaign running against him. why is that morally out of bounds? >> and trump could have pointed that out, and he could have disagreed with mr. khan's assessment of him, but politely
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acknowledged his sacrifice in the service of his son and gotten on to, as you said, a topic of hillary's foreign policy record or anything else to change the subject but what you don't do is double down and pick on the wife and compare your sacrifices in your business to -- it's not comparable. so he handled it -- he handled it and all your significances for the w -- suggestions for the was he handled it are great and he didn't take them. >> does the press have a responsibility to cover the core issues? the core questions like who should we be letting into the country? how do you assimilate people with different values? these are real things that are going to affect all of us. shouldn't the press be paying some attention to them? >> the press certainly does. >> where? >> we read about the stories about who should be let in the country all the time. we read about immigration policy
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all the time. the problem is, particularly when it comes to the trump campaign, is that he often leads us down that other direction and we have a responsibility as well to share what the candidate says, particularly when it's something that is -- many americans would find offensive or in some cases even disqualifying. it's our responsibility to report that as well just as much as it is to report about the issues which we do just fine, but oftentimes people don't want to read about it or it doesn't make headline news because they're not headline-grabbing stories but we write them. people don't always want to read them. >> i disagree with you there. i don't ever read them. by the way, i'm at fault too. i'm distracted by the shiny object as much as anybody. thank you for joining us. the koch brothers are sitting out this election. what effect could that have in november? plus, a new trump ad calls out bubba for sleeping during his wife's speech at the dnc. we'll compare it to some of the
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greatest all-time attack ads next. . . .
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good morning. some stories making headslines. a motive is becoming clear in a house party shooting that killed three people near seattle. neighbors say the gunman allen christopher ivanov had recently broken up with one of the victims identified as anna bui. she's seen here with the other victor jordan he beer in and jake long. one other victim was sent to the hospital and is in serious
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question. ivanov posted this chilling photograph of his rifle and three bullets online days before the shooting. and the nation's most powerful political donors will be sitting out this election. the koch brothers say they, quote, don't have good options this election cycle and they will focus on keeping the senate in republican hands. donald trump responding on twitter saying this, i turned down a meeting with charles and david koch. much better for them to meet with the puppets of politics. they will do much better. and did the pope declare war on pokemon. he's telling them to swap it out for walking boots. >> what he's saying is it's not about lazy kids. it's really about lazy parenting, that we have -- that we can't allow our kids to be babysat by video games, and it's so easy to do. >> the pope is challenging kids
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to become involved in social activism and politics adding that we all came to the world to leave a mark, and this is all during an international catholic youth festival that's going on in poland. adorable video about to show you now. you have heard of a runaway bride. how about a runaway flower girl? >> i promise to be faithful and supportive -- >> an australian couple in the middle of saying their vows when their 3-year-old niece makes a mad dash. you can see the girl running behind the bride and groom with her mom in hot pursuit. the bride says it will go down as one of the funniest moments. and those are your headlines. they can say their mum was chasing after the flower girl. president bill clinton caught on camera gdozing off d n during his wife's convention speech and now it's become a donald trump attack ad.
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♪ >> i don't care what they say, that's sleeping. i know what it looks like, and it's hill lurous, of course. is it effective as a political ad? to find out we're taking a look at some of the best campaign spots in political history. what we're calling the attack ad hall of fame. >> here to take us through it all is adam goodman a republican communications strategist and president of the victory group. adam, welcome back. >> good morning. >> thank you. >> the ad we just showed, it's funny, but is it effective? >> well, let's say that wasn't bill clinton's greatest convention moment. he's had several good ones. that wasn't one of them. of course, he's going to try to tell us he was deep in reflection and thought thinking about the import of the moment as opposed to he's catching up on his sleep. i think it's going to be fun.
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i don't think necessarily it run rises to the level of some we're going to talk about. >> 1952, adlai stevenson campaign ad. let's watch this and get your tashg on it. >> it's coming. >> a marvel of the campaign, mr. mac gop. >> should we support the united nations or not? >> yes. i mean no. no, i mean yes. >> you're confused. >> don't you be confused. >> and not eisenhower. was that effective? >> not awfully effective. eysseisenhower beat stevenson n once but twice in a landslide. this was a contest where you had an american hero, a five-star general who led allied forces in world war ii against a tremendous debater. this is a time when i think america wanted to muscle up, and it was also a time, guys, which
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you might say was an early referendum on experience, political experience, versus an outsider. obviously the outsider fared very well in this and i think that may be a good cue card for the trump campaign to understand and to follow. >> so this might be the most famous political ad of all time also recorded by many as the most unfair. it's the daisy ad from the ap'6 election run by lbj. >> eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one. >> these are the stakes. >> so was that as effective as we all assume and if so, why? >> it was. it was a classic then more than 50 years ago. it's a classic today. by the way, for all you trivia buffs, monique was the 2-year-old girl, the freckle faced girl that looked like
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shirley temple who starred in that. it happened at a time when the cold war, the cuban missile crisis were stoking the fears of a possible nuclear holocaust. that's why this was impactful against goldwater, and you might say that hillary clinton is going to take a very close look at this ad as she tries to make donald trump's temperament an issue in the campaign. >> another one that folks probably remember is 1984, the reagan ad entitled bear. watch. >> there's a bear in the woods. for some people the bear is easy to see. others don't see it at all. some people say the bear is tame. others say it's vicious. isn't it smart to be as strong as the bear? if there is a bear. >> the russian bear. >> all i can tell you is i wanted to go out and buy like a dozen teddy bears after i saw that. i love bears. this was 1984. obviously reagan beat mondale that year in a landslide,
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carried 49 states. i think he only lost minnesota and the district of columbia. it was important because it basically was a creative portrayal of a projection of american strength and reagan, who was really the shot in the arm president who gave america renewed confidence again, benefited greatly from this, and, of course, as we move into the modern age, we've seen animals used as metaphors very effectively in a lot of places including now senator joni ernst who i think took a pig sty and used that to propel herself to the united states senate. >> let's go to 2004, bush versus kerry. john kerry had already gone through the swift voting we saw in the late summer but then this wind surfing ad i think resonates with a lot of people. >> would john kerry lead? he voted for the iraq war, opposed it, supporting it, and now opposes it again. john kerry, whichever way the wind blows. >> was that effective? >> very effective. and the most important part of
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that commercial is what you saw in the background. it looked like he was among the elite in cape cod. at this point in the campaign, kerry lost control of the campaign. you never want to do that. you never want to lose ball control. he did and i think he ended up in the history books in the wrong way. >> adam, thanks for your time today. >> thanks, adam. >> thank you. take care. democrats hail hillary's role in taking out bin laden. >> as secretary of state, she sat with me in the situation room and forcefully argued in favor of the mission that took out bin laden. >> there were concerns, but hillary was we have to go after bin laden. >> but who really deserves the credit? the man who killed bin laden is here live straight ahead. then maria bart riromo with her exclusive on a member of the trump family. that's coming up next. come in, lady.
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donald trump stealing the spotlight from the democratic national convention this week as more americans tuned in for his acceptance speech over hillary clinton. what's the plan to keep the momentum going? >> maria romo iw bartiromo is finding out. are they going to stay the course? >> i think so. i think you will hear more about policy. i think donald trump is being told and they are talking about it, that he really needs to get to the nuts and bolts of what his ideas are in terms of policy. eric trump talked to me about that as well, and i think in the next couple months you're really going to see a zeroing in on that. you have to expect that given the fact that we are here.
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september 26th is the first debate. we're coming around the mountain, if you will. >> we've been talking about this all morning long, this opportunity for donald trump to look presidential with this question from abc's george stephanopoulos about mr. khan and the fallen soldier and his response. instead, turned it around on himself and seemed to fumble it and he's getting a lot of criticism. >> well, you're right. people are hanging onto everything he says at this point. the stakes could not be higher. but i also think that there is part of this where people are saying, he's not a politician. no one is expecting him to be a politician. he was never a politician throughout this entire primary season, and so they do forgive him -- another point is i don't think it's going to be that impactful because i think at the end of the day people recognize that the other side has been at this 30 years and they know what plays with the american people and donald trump doesn't. >> yeah, that's true. the other side is very sophisticate approximated. >> very sophisticated. >> who else is on? >> we have eric trump and he
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will talk a little about the policy and platform. we're also going to talk about how it was when he was up there at that podium. we have governor dan malloy. he was one of the key speakers at the democratic national convention this past week. we'll talk about that as well as why so many people are moving out of the state of connecticut and is that policies we're going to see coming out of the hillary clinton. >> highest tacks in the country. >> exactly. >> steve scalise as well. we're going too talk about the policies of the house. last week we saw ted cruz and that was the big story, no party unity, and then we get to the democrats and we see debbie wasserman schultz kick off the conference by getting fired. so we'll talk about that with steve scalise. >> in about 12 minutes and we will be watching. >> thank you. >> an interesting couple weeks. >> great show. democrats line up at the convention to hail hillary's role in taking out bin laden, but was she actually on the ground when he was killed? we'll talk to a man who was. >> that's right, the man who
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but hillary was clear. we have to go after bin laden. >> democrats united and praising hillary clinton's role in taking out osama bin laden. >> did she deserve any of the credit? let's ask the man who killed osama bin laden. rob o'neill. >> thanks for having me. >> when you were charging up the stairs was hillary in front of you or behind you? >> she should have voted to go after bin laden. again, i shot bin laden. i don't try to take credit for the mission. no one mentions the pilots that flew us in or the air crew that was involved. it's not like this administration came into office and all of a sudden, brand-new cia members. these are the same people worked for clinton, worked for bush, worked for obama. she wasn't there. >> she wasn't physically there.
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>> she argued for the mission. but she should have argued for the mission. there's not a lot of people up there saying she was also on the administration that pulled out of iraq prematurely and created isis. >> both parties will play politics with situations like this. does it bother you? >> no. she made good call. she should have argued for it. that's all they had to do with it. it's not like they risk their own lives to do it. my team that got me there, they all deserve credit. it was huge team, for many, many years. >> you're very humble about that, but thank you for pulling the trigger. >> it was because i was on part of the team and that was my job to do it. >> and the job of the next president is going to be hopefully to wipe out isis. >> that's hard to say. right now hillary clinton other than mentioning she had
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something to do with bin laden raid, she's playing very, very far left. even when secretary pinette ta's up there, white college kid are yelling no more wars, there's nothing their chants can do about it. >> are we about to see a switch? anyone who knows her knows her, she's pretty hawkish? >> she doesn't like looking bad. she has lot of experience from being the first lady to being the secretary of state. she knows about it. she did vote for the war in iraq, she can't say that now because she won't get the far left vote. she's not going to play a lot of the military stuff where trump is. as far as i know, most of the support and the military and law enforcement. >> is she a good shot? let me -- >> she's very anti-gun, but good at surrounding herself with people who have guns. >> a lot of guns. do you think of the guys you
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served with, the people they were praising from the stage last week, what do you suppose the proportion is that supports hillary? >> she's not popular. from my experience, 17 years in special operations, working with rangers, working with marines, special aviation pilots, 99% or higher is conservatives. >> it's been reported that both candidates, now that they officially have the nominations, they'll start to get their intelligence briefings. both candidates argue that the other win isn't fit to have that information. >> they're kind of at the time point they are just trashing each other. i do think they're both smart enough. mr. trump, although he has no experience in government, knows how to build teams, how to succeed in building stuff. secretary clinton has the experience in the state department. she knows what's going on too.
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they'll both take their briefings seriously. . i'm trying to be optimistic. >> that's the spirit. everybody, stay with us. more "fox & friends" coming up in just a couple minutes. don't go anywhere. if you need advice for your business, legalzoom has your back. our trusted network of attorneys has provided guidance to over 100,000 people just like you. visit legalzoom today. the legal help you can count on. legalzoom. legal help is here.
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>> you can log on to foxandfriends.com. >> don't miss it. we'll see you next weekend, everybody. what is next in this wild presidential race after donald trump comes out swinging following hillary clinton's acceptance speech at the democratic national convention? hi, everybody, welcome. i'm maria bartiromo. this is "sunday morning futures." trump taking the weekend off. trump's son eric trump will join me in just a few moments. plus, trump getting a lot of pushback for his comments about the parents of the muslim american soldier killed in iraq who spoke at the dnc. >> also, will hillary clinton get a similar bump in the

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