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>> good morning. hope you are off to a great day already. you are watching fox & friends first on this wednesday morning. >> i am abby huntsman. thank you for starting your day with us. pay to play. a bombshell they were secretly air lifted nearly half a billion dollars in cash to iran the same day four american prisoners were freed. >> the white house insisting that money had nothing to do with returning our american sailor's home. was it just a coincidence? >> the timing of the top secret deal raising some red flags this morning. many questioning whether the u.s. funneled $400 million directly to a terrorist regime in the middle east even though they claim they don't pay ransom. iran released four americans in exchange for 7 prisoners held in
the u.s. the white house denying any connection between the january exchange and the midnight cash transfer with regards to the negotiations. the state department saying they were conducted by different teams on each side. the funds transferred to iran were released solely to the settlement of a long standing claim at the u.s. iran tribunal. that doesn't show why the money was hidden. >> why send an unmarked plane with swiss frank and currency in the dead of night by the way by co indense on the day the hostages are released. why keep it secret from congress and the people. they were funding terrorism and support the assad regime in syria and advance their nuclear programs, i think americans would be pretty upset. >> all of this coming a year after the controversial nuclear deal. chairman saying quote hundreds of millions in the pockets of a
terrorist regime means a more dangerous region, period. paying ransom puts more american lives in jeopardy. we know the iran nuclear deal was a mistake what else are they hiding. in another shocking turn the obama administration handed over the cash after iran captured sliers and forced them to apologize on their knees. >> i have a feeling this is just the beginning. thanks, lia. an all out war of words between donald trump and president obama. the president calling trump unfit for the job. but trump is firing back labelling him the worst president in history. rich edson is life in washington with more on this fiery feud. rich, it is ugly. >> it is. and it is going to seemingly get worse. president obama's criticism of donald trump is moving further beyond differences of policy. press conference of the white house with the prime minister of
singapore. donald trump is woefully unprepared to be president of the united states. >> the question they have to ask themselves is if you are repeatedly having to say, in very strong terms, that what he has said is unacceptable, why are you still endorsing him? what does it say about your party this is your standard? >> trump quickly responded to obama tweeting quote president obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the united states. continued that line through out the day. >> i think he is the worst president maybe in the hits of our country. he has been a disaster. he has been weak, he has been ineffective. you look at this so-called recovery at setting record lows. >> trump is lsz at odds with senior members of the republican party. he told the "washington post" he
refuse the to back paul ryan in his primary next week in wisconsin or senator john mccain the 2008 presidential nominee in his a few weeks later. ryan and mccain criticized trump for policies he has promoted like muslim immigration -- banning muslim immigration into the united states. >> the former speaker of the house newt gingrich slamming president obama saying his comment undermines america. >> what obama said today in the white house standing next to a foreign leader i thought was pretty despicable for the president of the united states to be that harsh about his potential successor. talk about undermining the united states of america. barack obama potentially did that today. you have an enormous news media bias. think of it as a head wind against a shaling ship. they are going to do everything they can to stop trump and
exaggerate every mistake he makes and interpret everything in the way he likes. they are going to try to slow down trump. this guy can really win and if he wins he really will change their world. 2,000 news agencies banned from trump's campaign for what he calls media bias. the con frikt between trump and >> communications director lewis miranda and marshall all are out. e-mail showing them favoring clinton in the primaries using bernie sanders religion to undermine their support. all of this coming as former nsa
off if i we official claims it is a spy agency and they can get them at any time. he joins us live at the 8:00 hour of "fox and friends." >> the man who shot two san diego police officers at point blank range killing one of them could get the death penalty. jessie gomez pleading not guilty at his hospital areinment on murder charges. gomez shot officer wade erwin in the throat when officers asked if he lived nearby. he then fired into a patrol carity hitting officer jonathan deguzman in the tore so killing him. >> a catastrophic crash in california. five people are dead more than a dozen or more hurt when a highway road has a license through a school bus. it drove off the road and into a poll in central california. the driver may have been trying to pass someone. so many people were trapped inside that rescuers ran out of
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torontos. by tomorrow the storm system continues on the move bringing in yet more risk for some severe weather across portions of the great lakes. out west a big tostory has been the elevated fire danger. we have red flag warnings across portions of montana and into wyoming because it is so dry and windy and temperatures across portions of the plains. it is going to be another scorcher today in dallas. 102 for your high. 93 in kansas city and in fem miss memphis it will be 97 degrees. the zika virus is spreading in miami and there is no clear way to stop it. there's what florida health officials say. a 15th person has contracted the disease in the united states. the city of miami is starting ariel spraying in addition to ground spraying to kill the effected moscows. this particular type may not be affected by the chemicals. the cdc is now warning that
pregnant woman or women who intend to get pregnant stay away from downtown miami. >> that's alarming. starbucks is recalling stainless steel straws after several cut that you aeir mouth. they can swap out the steel ones for plastic ones. >> horrifying hail of bullets caught on camera. terrifying moment a gunman storms a convenience store. guns blazing sending everyone running for their lives. >> the obama administration accused of secret li giving iran 400 million to free american prisoners after sailors were captured and humiliated. there's no doubt about it this was lan some money. >> they have a new addition, they will serve up traffic tickets and ice cream? what is this all about?
deliver $400 million cash ready currency for the iranians to spend however they wish. they are supporting the assad regime, funding hezbollah. this is what the american dollars are going towards. what we got out of it was four freed americans and we exchanged 7 iranians as well. this is ransom by any other name. >> iran has been responsible for killing many u.s. troops in iraq. i want to ask you about this. the state department has come out with a strong statement. i don't know kirby said this has nothing to do with returning the four americans. they made clear negotiations against a settlement of the hague tribunal were separate from the discussions about our american homes. they were conducted by different teams on each side. what do you think of that
explanation. >> remember ben rhodes a senior white house aid revealed the administration is trying to per swadz and spin the iran deal to the american people and other negotiations to iranians. the american people every time they find out what they are in the more they like it. they have to go behind the back of congress. it is the biggest lobbyist and advocate when it comes to the iranian regime and it does so at the expense of american security. >> does iran have legitimate claims to this money? >> i would say no is my initial reaction. but regardless about whether or not it does or does not at this .30 years later, you know, the timing is just so unbelievable that the administration -- it is a hard pill to follow.
>> it comes in the middle of a presidential race where security is a top priority. where do you see it going from here? >> mr. trump continues to say this administration continues to perform weekly it continues on a situation of weakness. remember what the prisoner swap does. this ransom is what i am calling it, it puts a county on tbounty heads of americans if they want money or leverage another weak president all it has to do is capture another american. it will play right in the hands of donald trump and hillary clinton is going to be put into a position to say no the administration was wrong here. so far she has been defensive of the administration's policy. >> this is quite something. they can use that money for just about anything. n they are now saying this is what they get for dealing with us.
they are not getting what they want. >> it might be the beginning of this one. >> rebecca hine rich, thank you. on the defensive van kau trump slamming president obama for calling her father unfit to be president. >> i clearly disagree. i think he would be an excellent president. >> why she says her father is more than qualified. >> you notice anything off of this multi million dollar skyscraper? it appears to have its own leaning tower. >> donald trump tweeted a picture of himself on a plane last night eating kentucky fried chicken while reading the wall street journal, you know, like normal people do. the only person i can image eating kfc and eating the wall street journal is the ceo of kfc. you can tell he has never eaten a bite of kfc in his life,
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claims they secretly sent $400 million in cash to iran on the same day our american prisoners were freed. did president obama pay a ransom? >> an all out war of words between donald trump and president obama. i think he is the worst president in the history of our country. he has been weak, ineffective. >> i think the republican nominee is unfit. >> donald trump not backing down. they pull their support from the gop nominee. >> we will show you what happens when an epic brawl happens on the golf course. "fox & friends first" continues right now.
♪ >> it is the sound of sunshine. you are watching "fox and friend first. i am abby hunts man. >> i am heather nauert. that womb shell report now revealed that the u.s. secretly air lifted nearly half a billion dollars of cash to iran. it happens the same day four american priz engineers we -- prisoners were freed. the white house insisting the money had nothing to do with returning our americans home. was it really just a coincidence. >> let's check in with lia gabriel with the details. >> it's the timing of the top
secr deal raising flags. many questioning whether the u.s. funneled $400 million directly to a terrorist regime even though they claim they don't pay ransom. you remember a former marine in exchange for 7 prisoners in the u.s. the white house denying any connection between the exchange and the midnight cash transfer. they were conducted by different teams on each side. the administration claims the money was a first part of a $1.7 billion settlement for a decade's old unfinished military equipment sale. that doesn't explain why it was transferred in secret. >> why send an unmarked plane with wooden pallets filled with swiss frank and other nonu.s. currency in the dead of night to eye rive in tehran on the very day the hostages are released.
why keep it secret from congress and the american people. they were giving them hard currency they can use to fund terrorism, to support the assad regime in syria and advance the nuclear program. i think americans would be pretty upset. >> all of this coming a year after the controversial nuclear deal. ed royce saying hundreds of millions in the pockets of the dangerous region, period. it mutts american lives in jeopardy. we know it was a historic mistake. what else is the obama administration hiding. in another shocking turn the obama administration handed over the cash after they fored them to apologize on their knees for saling in thought water. >> a war of words between donald trump and president obama. the president says trump is
worst president in history. >> president obama said his objection to donald trump goes well beyond public policy. obama questioned the republican nominee's temper amount and ability to replace him as president. calling him woefully unprepared. >> there has to be a point at which you say somebody who makes those kinds of statements doesn't have the judgment, the temperame temperament, the understanding to occupy the highest position in the world. >> obama went on to question why republicans continue to criticize trump's statements and policies and still support their nominee. trump responded president obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the united states. trump's running mate indiana
governor mike pence joined in blaming obama for much of the military presence in the middle east before the rise of isis. >> it was barack obama and hillary who after hard fought gains in operation iraqi freedom found iraq stable in 2008 squandered that, pulled the troops out and created a vacuum in which isis was able to conjure itself up out of the sands of iraq and over run those american gains. >> they are knocking the white house for weak economic growth. >> rich he hadson live for us. thanks, rich. president obama changing the tone of things in office. she sees this as an insult to republicans say the democrats have changed the narrative of the race. listen. >> president obama gave a moral speech basically saying,
dictating how republicans should think or act. it is an insult to republicans. they don't want to hear it for president obama. president obama has decided he is going to try this knockout punch on donald trump, but with that being said, trump obviously needs to figure out a way to somehow bring this party together which is something he said he is going to do. he hasn't been able to do. obama what he has been able to do is say let's focus on donald trump and not on my regullegacy the fact that we see a weakened economy where we see failed foreign policy and the mere fact that the democrats have successfully changed the narrative so now it is all about donald trump and whether he is unfit to be president and not focusing on the fact that you have a record behind president obama i think it is a big problem. >> paul ryan and john mccain are facing tough primary challenges this month. donald trump is refusing to endorse ooiter of them.
it is a part of what ryan said about endorsing trump. >> as for mccain i have never been there with john mccain i thought he should have done a much better job for the vets. >> counter-terrorism agent arrested in a mess what they say is a massive weapons arsenal. saab bassian greedierson sympathized with isis. he was arrested after trying to buy grenades from an under cover agent. >> listen to this. the red line does not exist for syrian president bashiral assad. he was accused of dropping nuclear weapons on his own people.
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there. damaging winds, hail and isolated tornadoes. there is an enhanced risk that is issued by the storm prediction center out there. by tomorrow the storm continues on the move and bring a risk for storms. high fire danger across montana and in wyoming. you have low humidity and gusty winds that's why the fire danger is high and temperatures we mentioned the heat across the northern plains take a look at the forecast high temperatures it could be in the 90's in minneapolis and rapid city in denver. in texas and oklahoma triple dig get heat. >> they will kickoff hollywood's annual award system by hosting the golden globes. >> hillary clinton said she is going to be at all of the presidential debates despite trump protesting the schedule.
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>> welcome back. a masked gunman stormed with bullets. you can see one gunman sending it running for kor in houston. the mendes prattly trying to get in banging on the door riddling the place with bullets. they eventually take off without any money. don't try this at home. an america's got talent contestant gets shot with a flame ing arrow. look. >> oh my gosh. the canadian stunt man was ready to wow audiences as he waits for his fiancee to aim a flaming arrow. the live show continued on and the man luckily was not seriously hurt. it looked like it hurt, though. i am surprised a lawyer would let them do that.
>> you know the pokeymon game that is so popular right now it is a no go in one place potentially. the creators of the smart phone game now placing a lawsuit over players. they filed a federal lawsuit against the makers for placing the virtual creatures on his own property without his permission. he says strangers have been knocking on his door asking if they could get in the backyard trying to catch the pokeymon characters. he is the only person named as a plaintiff in the lawsuit. more people may be signing up. samsung gallery note 7 comes with an infra-red iris scanner that takes seconds to set up. it unlocks the phone by matching patterns in either eye. the new feature offers an alternative to the finger print
id which doesn't work well when the fingers are wet. it will be starting august the 19th. >> kind of a neat idea. >> very cool. i love that. >> let's check in with brian kilmeade to see what's coming up on "fox fox & friends. you have an interesting guest on. a former nsa employee who is going to talk about maybe being linked to the dnc? >> yeah, william benning. we were talking about this yesterday heather and abby. i gave you the transcript of the three-hour show so i am sure you reviewed it overnight. he will be talking about the nas being able to get the 33,000 e-mails that hillary clinton has. they are talking about yoga and wedding plans. we were talking about what the president said out of nowhere going after trump yesterday. trump firing back saying he's the worst president ever. isn't it odd who the sitting president less than a year left
is going after a candidate for president even harder than hillary clinton. there is some unrest in the trump campaign. we will have a two-point feature with bill knight founder the nike. how he got where he is today and why his bio is still a best seller nationwide and beth stern will be here because howard allows it. she is across the street. finally we are looking at the kitten olympics. we have no idea how it is going to go. (meowing) >> that's a tease. we just need kittens. >> look forward to it. thanks, brian. hey there, starting your search for the right used car?
welcome back. it's now nine minutes before the top of the hour. e ivanka trump hitting back at president obama. she went on record to greta van susteren as to why he would make a great president. >> my father's built an enormous business. that's what this country needs is jobs. he understands that. he understands how to create them because he has created them. he understands how to maintain them because he has maintained them. he understands how to put this country to work, so i think that makes him very qualified. >> ivanka said after watching this election cycle she has no plans ever to run for president herself. >> in a million years would you ever want to run for president now that you see what it's like? >> oh, gosh, i don't think so. it's tough. >> no politics for you? >> no. but -- but running for office is not something i want to be
doing, no. no. my father always taught me to never say never, but the last time i said no but never say never the headline was ivanka wants to run for office. i'm just going to give you a no. >> ivanka said running for office is harder on the candidate's children than the actual candidate. abby, you would agree with that? >> i would agree with that. >> your dad ran. >> an army veteran attacked inside a store just for wearing this make america great hat. look. >> i turned my back to him and i hear, boom, my hat went on the ground. my glasses sideways. and then i looked out, i saw him standing there, looked at me like, see, what you want? >> that is ricardo garcia. he said he will continue wearing donald trump logos and blastering trump bumper stickers.
and a touching tribute. a world war ii soldier is brought home in an incredible honor. >> yeah. this is amazing. all thanks to some talented teenage musicians. listen. ♪ glory, glory hallelujah ♪ glory, glory hallelujah >> wow. >> simply beautiful. >> members of the iowa ambassadors of music singing a beautiful rendition of the battle hymn after they learned they were escorting a world war ii veteran home from germany. can you imagine being on the plane? that brought everyone to tears. >> that is incredible. they'll join us live at the 6:00 hour on fox and friends. it is 6 minutes before the hour. defeating the odds that this child right here is never going
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look. >> eeroh, no, he's in the stand. he is actually going to eject a fan. >> a fan booed him from the giants/phillies game. that does it for us. have a great wednesday. "fox & friends" starts right now. hi, friends. good morning. it is wednesday, the 3rd of august, 2016. i'm anna kooiman in for ainsley earhardt and this is a fox news alert. a bombshell report about a ransom deal with iran possibly. first they embarrassed our sailors, then on the same day our hostages were released, the u.s. sent an unmarked plane with cash with unmarked palates to iran. the details ahead. president obama tears into donald trump like we've never seen a president do before and donald digs right back. >> i think the republican nominee is unfit to serve as president. >> i think he's