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. hi, friends. good morning. it's saturday the 6th of august, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is "fox and friends weekend." after tension on the trail donald tru endorses the top republican candidates he held out on. >> we need unity. we have to win this election. >> are his endorsements of speaker ryan and senators mccain and ayotte enough to do that? then hillary clinton tries to clarify her comments about her e-mail scandal, but then she says this. >> what i told the fbi, which he said was truthful, is consistent with what i have said publicly, so i may have short circuited it. >> she may have short circuited?
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you heard it right. and she's ready for her comeback this morning, debbie wasserman schultz breaks her silence and says russia hacked her e-mails, it's putin's fault, when the florida delegation booed her, she said you misheard those weren't actually boos. we have good news, "fox & friends" begins right now. >> hey, everybody. how are you doing? come in and stay a while. clayton is off this weekend. pete is in the house. >> good morning, pete. >> never a fixed before my name. >> tie matches his socks. >> i try. >> donald trump has been embroiled in a controversy over his party over the question of endorsements. a number of high-profile republicans are in primary races including the speaker of the house paul ryan and trump indicated he would not endorse them. yesterday in green bay, wisconsin, apparently changed
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his mind and here's what he said. >> we need unity. we have to win this election. in our shared mission, to make america great again, i support and endorse our speaker of the house paul ryan. and we may disagree on a couple things, but mostly we agree and we're going to get it done. i hope in the highest esteem, senator john mccain, for his service to our country, in uniform and in public office, and i fully support and endorse his re-election. i also fully support and endorse senator kelly ayotte of new hampshire. we will grow our majority in the house and in the senate. arm in arm, we will rescue the name from the obama/clinton
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disaster, which is exactly what it is. >> so he's changing his go it alone strategy some have called saying we need unity, we need the house and senate, and here's my latest effort. >> yeah. listen, he's had a tough week, end of a tough week, and he's probably saying, i got to do what i need to do to close ranks and consolidate my right flank. i have republicans coming after me after comments, my goal is to win, if my goal is to make america great again i have to focus on hillary clinton and the only way is to stop infighting so i'm going to do what i need to do. >> must have been a bitter pill, though. these people don't like him. couple are acting against him including the speaker of the house, disagree on basic questions about borders, for example, this has to hurt and politics is as you know the art of sucking it up, doing things you don't want to do, and being phony once in a while. >> that's what he's doing. >> not saying he's being phony but he is sucking it up and doing things a little differently than he did earlier in the week. you see him reading from the
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script. not wanting to get this wrong. wanting to make sure that the party is unified and being able to take advantage of all the party's resources as well so that he can take on hillary clinton in november. >> absolutely. it's clear if he wanted to govern effectively as president he has to have a u.s. senate and you have critical senate raise he doesn't want to -- races he doesn't want to hurt. pivot into a new week. if this becomes part of the story on the sunday shows, a monday economic speech in detroit, his hope he can leave behind this week that was detrimental to him, where republicans were attacking him for the comments he made. >> never stopped attacking him. >> we're spending minutes talking about this morning and this should be a mere mention he endorsed the speaker of the house. >> sure. yeah. the speaker of the house has been going after him week after week. imagine the conversation between trump and his advisers. you have to endorse a speaker of the house. you're a republican, remember. trump says he hates me and want me to lose to hillary, we don't
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care. >> was this a product of an intervention? there was talk of this. did that happen? >> of course. i mean of course the head of the rnc reince priebus was telling -- staff telling reporters they're enraged at the rnc that trump wasn't endorsing the speaker. this is a good sign. discipline is important. you can't always say exactly what you think just as you can't at a dinner party. no one will want to eat with you if you say what you think all the time. >> we've all held back. >> let us know your thoughts on donald trump's endorsements, be he was reluctant but did the deed. e-mail us friends yoi@foxnews.c >> meanwhile, hillary clinton has been on the trail, hasn't been a great week for hillary clinton either as she's tried to explain it and had to explain what she really did with her e-mail. she finally apparently answered some questions yesterday. we've got a few of the clips of what she has been saying time and time again about her e-mail and what she did with classified information. here's hillary clinton
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yesterday. >> director comey said that only 3 out of 30,000 had anything resembling classified markers. the three e-mails out of the 30,000 did not have the appropriate markings. and it was, therefore, reasonable to conclude that anyone, including myself, would have not suspected that they were classified. so, what we have here is pretty much what i have been saying throughout this whole year and that is, that i never sent or received anything that was marked classified. what i told the fbi, which he said was truthful, is consistent with what i have said publicly. i may have short circuited it and for that i, you know, will try to clarify because i think, you know, chris wallace and i
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were probably talking past each other. >> i'm not a robot, but i did short circuit. so funny if this was at her fake press conference in front of the national -- >> hasn't held a press conference since december and comes out before the audience. >> she has four preapproved journalists ask her fake questions. but it would be so funny to play that clip against comey's actual press conference where he spent the entire time attacking her and saying if it weren't hillary clinton she would be in jail right now. that's what i've been saying all year. comey and i are on the same page. >> just like she -- just goes back to the fact that the clintons seem to thing that they can do what they want, say what they want and almost speak things into existence. like her calling it a security review when it was clearly an fbi investigation. >> absolutely. >> security relaw. >> that was not a press conference, shouldn't count as a press conference. they plant a few questions. the first question, why don't you ever be answer questions from the traveling press pool
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with you. she almost apologized. she said, i may have short circuited but for that i want to -- i'll try to clarify. there's no chance she would apologize. she ob vi skates. >> that was ed o'keefe from the "washington post" that asked that question. the first question from kristen welker of nbc, apparently their white house correspondent, and literally was, you just got endorsed by the former head of the cia. tell us how much you agree with him? in case you had any question about the press being fully in the tank for hillary, listen as she brags about herself and they applaud, for real. watch this. >> president obama does not get the credit he deserves for leading us out of the great recession. [ applause ] jorge ramos gets thrown out of a press conference for challenging donald trump. [ applause ] so we lost -- we lost a lot of the leverage.
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i left, i had a 66% approval rating. so ask yourselves -- [ applause ] they've tried to expand my musical tastes. i'm going to respect the cone of friendship silence. but thank you all very much. [ applause ] >> secretary clinton, we are out of time and we want to thank you very much. everyone please give a big round of applause for secretary clinton for coming and answering questions. we really appreciate it. >> yeah. >> they did ask for applause but then -- i was just waiting for a bow. >> presents to be thrown on the stage. >> the fake journalists in the audience don't applaud too much because people will know you're fake journalists and you're an activist and they couldn't control it. >> i don't know that that's fair to call them fake journalists. >> they're left wing journalists in training. >> if it was donald trump would they applause? no. it would be boo, you're mean. hillary now -- tell us again, why are you so wonderful?
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you're so awesome and thanks a lot for coming here and answering our fake questions. we're going to be talking to some of the people that were there. we will get insight views on the show of what it was like. >> ten minutes after the hour. we are following other stories making headlines. starting with this one, brand new video emerging showing that -- what many claim is america's $400 million cash payment to iran in exchange for hostages earlier this year. an iranian television documentary shows the palace of cash arriving in the country as the narrator claims that cash and currencies came from the united states. "the wall street journa journal" reported earlier this week that payment coincided with the release of four american prisoners. the obama administration insists that the money was meant to settle a separate issue. in a mysterious death raising a lot of questions this morning after a bernie sanders supporter who sued the democratic national committee turns up dead. the body of shawn lucas was found in his bathroom just one month after this video was recorded showing lucas serving
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papers to dnc headquarters. the 38-year-old filed a class-action lawsuit against the party accusing it of conspiring against sanders' campaign. as of right now police aren't releasing any details about had is cause of death. a controversial old video believed to show senator john mccain denouncing the united states while he was a prison offer of war in north vietnam surfacing to haunt his campaign. a man identifies himself as john sydney mccain and admits to committing crimes against the vietnamese to get preferential treatment. mccain's campaign responded saying he spoken about the false confession he made after days of abuse. no word yet who released that tape. the games have begun. the olympic opening ceremony kicked off in rio de janeiro celebrating all things brazle including supermodel gisele bundchen and came with a lecture on climate change, a video
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talking about global warming making it a classroom than a celebration. team usa getting a warm welcome from the flag as the u.s. flag bearer michael phelps led them into the arena. the competitors -- the competitions will be kicking off this morning. usa! >> there we go. that's who i'm rooting for. >> i hope so. >> that was in question. >> rick is standing by. >> i watched a little bit. >> a lot of ads. >> until the u.s. came in and went to bed. here's your temps. warm across the south, one more hot day and then we will cool down. it will come at the price of a lot of rain. we have this little disturbance right here across parts of the gulf and this is going to be what we're going to watch the next number of days. get ready for maybe up to about 15 to 20 inches of rain coming this week. a lot of rain yesterday across the southwest. take a look at this video out of the scottsdale, arizona, area. this is just the suburb of phoenix. incredible monsoon storms causing all kinds of flooding.
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it looks bad but you would like to get the rain across the southwest. this is rainy season. they need it. that's what monsoon looks like and what makes people happy across that area. >> monsoons? >> monsoons. you would love it. >> easy to please. >> pretty good. >> don't get it often. you love it. >> thank you, rick. we told you about hillary clinton's first fake press conference in nearly a year. what was it like inside that room? our next guest was one of the reporters allowed inside. we'll talk to him. >> plus what does mike pence have to say about the $400 million payment to iran. pete sits down for an exclusive one on one with the v.p. nominee just ahappen. -- ahead. if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis,
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hillary clinton finally took some questions from the press. her campaign called it a press conference, but it basically included hillary taking questions from two moderators and three journalists all preselected. julio ricardo varela the director at political media group joins us. thanks for coming on. >> it's a pleasure. >> of all the ironies baked into this the one that amused me the most hillary acausing her opponent of racism speaking to an exclusive group. did that occur that was a little ironic? >> i think it was a bigger issue. we're journalists so to say we're a racially exclusive group -- >> sure. i'm not attacking the journalists, i'm just saying if donald trump spoke to the white journalist association people would say wait a second now. why should journalists coalesce around a racial identity. aren't they there for the truth. >> tucker, donald trump was invited.
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are you going to come to the belly of the beast. we are journalists. we're not going to sit here and go, you know, donald trump was invited and said no. >> right. i'm not [ inaudible ] -- if you take three steps back, a little odd, but here's my question, since you say there were journalists in the audience, now a couple of them, some of them are good guys, but the applause after hillary recited her talking points suggests an emotional connection to the candidate they're supposed to be covering, shouldn't that be out of bounds for journalists. >> the journalists i was with were not applauding. this is baked in, they are sort of like looking for jobs, like a job career as well. i'm sure there's a lot of like journalism students that clapped that are young, but, you know, where i was -- i was if the v.i.p. section, there was no around that clapped. i mean, i was -- i was like two rows in front of like ed o'keefe and my boss and i think it was a
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mix. the campaign says it was a press conference. nabnaja said it was a conference with hillary clinton. hard to tell what it was but the fact that you're right, i agree in the fact that the questions that were asked, it really wasn't a press conference. you know, there was selected journalists, you get to ask a question, you know, my boss submitted a question that wasn't chosen. >> why did they -- i'm confused why did they put up with that? you're supposed to be journalists acting on our behalf. we don't get to ask hillary clinton, voters. those journalists had the opportunity to be in the same room. we're not playing with your dumb rules, we're going to ask you real questions and anybody who wants to ask can ask or you can't speak to us. >> you know, isn't that the bigger question. ed o'keefe said it best of the washington post before he asked his question, he said, secretary clinton, it's really great that you're here, but we encourage you to do this morning and
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actually talk to people on the campaign trail who have been following you for years. >> right. >> i agree with you, tucker, in a lot of ways as a journalist. it's kind of like that fine line of like you're covering the event, but is it, you know, but you're trying to support your fellow colleagues. you're in the profession so i have a lot of respect for the people that orged this, and it's historic you have a presidential candidate that is talking to journalists -- you know an organization of journalists of color, but at the same time, it wasn't a press conference. >> no. >> it was sort of like a campaign speech. >> it was a campaign event for sure. thanks for joining us. appreciate the update since you were there and i wasn't. >> thanks, tucker. donald trump not making it easy for his v.p. candidate mike pence. >> a lot has happened in the last 15 days. do you embrace that title as being the donald trump explainer or do you feel like you're just another approach? >> well, that's, of course, the great pete. he had a one on one with governor pence. he will show us next.
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ready for a comeback this morning, debbie wasserman schultz breaks her silence and says russia hacked her e-mail. got booed by the florida delegation but she said you misheard, they weren't boos. the latest on that debacle. i thought i married an italian. did the ancestrydna to find out i'm only 16% italian. so i went onto ancestry, soon learned that one of our ancestors was eastern european. this is my ancestor who i didn't know about.
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hello my friends and good morning. quick headlines. chaos at a snoop dogg concert when a railing in the crowd collapses. ♪ that looks awful. dozens of people were injured at last night's concert in new jersey. at least five were sent to the hospital. and check out this video as the ceiling collapses inside a chinese subway station. watch as commuters run for their
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lives. an entire section smashing on to the floor. luckily no one was hurt. an engineer blaming it on high humidity. >> those are two stories you could have predicted. next up in politics, republican vice presidential nomination mike pence of indiana continues to stumpel for donald trump across the battleground state. later in the week he was in virginia beach. >> that's where pete caught up with him for a one-on-one interview and the governor opened up about family and values and why he's running alongside donald trump. >> despite a controversial week for donald trump, he still seems to have great enthusiasm behind his campaign so when i sat down with governor pens i got a chance to ask about trump's comments, the possibility of a ransom payment to iran and what it means to have his son serve in the marine corps, check it out. >> a lot has happened in the last 15 days. do you embrace that title as the donald trump explainer or do you feel like you're just another approach. >> i think donald trump and i have different styles at times, but we have the exact same
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goals. we both know that we can make america great again. >> mr. chan and captain khan, we don't need to rehash that, other groups, veteran groups, are calling for an apology for mr. khan. >> donald trump and i believe captain khan is an american hero and his family like every gold star family should be cherished by every american. i understand the attention and it's been paid to captain khan and his precious family. what i don't understand is why many of the same voices in the media maligned and continue to ignore the families of the fallen in benghazi. >> you touched on the iran deal out there. the latest developments on the iran deal and the context of the deal, what do you make of that? what's the true nature of that financial transaction. >> the simple fact of the matter is we have historically as a nation said we don't pay ransom to terrorists or those who support them. we don't negotiate with terrorists. this is one more example of the
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kind of failed and weak foreign policy that hillary clinton and barack obama have led and it's exactly the kind of foreign policy that american people want to see changed. >> can you speak to these rumors and speculation that there's divides inside the trump camp or divides inside the republican party undermining his campaign? >> donald trump and i are united in our determination to carry his vision, to make america great to the four corners of this country. >> most people on a national stage are just getting to know you. tell us something people might not know about mike pence, something they should know about you? >> well, you know, the most important role i'll ever play is a dad. i'm the proud father of a united states marine, but i'm just as proud of my daughter that just graduated from college and another that's still in school. you know, i was raised in a great big family, in a small town in southern indiana and our family is really the center of our life.
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>> what does your son, young guys singh up for today, what do they look for in a commander and chief and what difference would they get between hillary clinton and donald trump? >> i think donald trump knows what the american people know, and that is that our military has been hallowed out in recent years. the truth of the matter is, the next president, the next president will need to go to congress and secure significant investments in our military. >> when you were in the running to be vice president, the story was told that mr. trump's plane wasn't working so he came over to your house. what's that conversation like when you say to your wife, honey, donald trump is coming over. didn't know that. what do we do now? what happened. >> well, it was a little bit challenging. it was a great moment for mrs. pence and me, i think. we got word late at night that not only was mr. trump coming to breakfast, but a number of members of his family, the kids would fly out to indiana and join us for breakfast. well, we don't have a big household staff at the governors
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residence. a couple people helps us out there. it was late at night. karen just put me to work. we hauled the place out, put them on the table, set the coffee, arranged for breakfast and, you know, we served -- both of us served breakfast that morning to donald and his kids and it was a great honor to be able to welcome them to the governors residence. what you have in donald trump is a man who's built a global business a ceo and i will tell you, when he's talking about those who are serving in the military today or have served he's more passionate than any time i ever see him and he is absolutely determined to fix the va and make sure it works for all of those who served. >> sitting down with governor pence, he knows the issues, a disciplined articulate candidate. and loyal sidekick to donald trump. he emphasized from the podium and in person that he believes wholeheartedly in the mission, may have different approaches at times but the goal is the same. >> the message is the same, the style is so different. does it seem like there is tension behind the scenes? >> not that i could see on stage
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or behind the scenes. i mean, he -- listen, they're navigating new waters as well, but they -- there's no daylight between the two of them it didn't seem. >> that's impressive. that would be a hard job. >> sure would. police on alert after video of an unarmed teen shooting death is released. >> wow. the nationwide warning to all cops next. plus, fears consume democrats in d.c. already preparing for hillary's demise potentially weeks before the election. we'll tell you what that's about. >> the perfect treat to beat the summer heat. we're celebrating national root beer float day on the plaza. come out to 48th and 6th and get you one. ♪
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november. there's a new report out in politico from major democrats in d.c. saying they're very concerned that party e-mails either from more from the dnc or hillary campaign could be hacked a month before the election by russia and that could hurt hillary's chances in the election. >> right. they're trying to get strong talking points together and even asking the president to take action if they do realize that it was, indeed, russia, that did all of this. i mean, you think about the beginning of the dnc and the chaos that it caused, right. debbie wasserman schultz getting booed, basically out of a job, and then donna brazile having to clean house, and bernie sanders' supporters going already the system is rigged just as we said from the beginning. very damaging and caused a lot of chaos. >> and caused a lot of chaos in october and there's little recourse they would have. if e-mails were released in october that -- of the 33,000 or that revealed there were coverups involved, any number of
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things, it is the one thing the clinton campaign cannot control and likely the one thing they fear the most. and there's so many operators out there who could have had access to her e-mails or others, that they could be withholding because people are not idiots and choose to disclose in october, none of us want foreign governments hacking anything or anybody. the reality is, they could be out there and if you're the dnc that's in the back of your mind, if you're the clinton camp it's in the back of your mind. >> we have no idea who the hackers are at this point. the democrats are telling us they're the russians. it was red baiting the red scare and somehow all of a sudden, we're hearing from all the foreign policy experts who discredited themselves the past 15 years, by the way, the one thing we need to fear is not china or pakistan or countries that threaten us, or the saudis, it's the russians. so scary. >> and back to the election and president obama and him telling mitt romney he needed to calm the 1980s. agreed with obama on that a little bit. someone should explain to me,
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i'm not defending putin who is kind of a fascist, but why is russia more a threat to me than china or pakistan or the saudis. no one ever attacks them. >> the idea also there could be an october surprise is very real. our producers were telling me julian assange from wikileaks was on bill mar's show last night and said they're trying to get this to happen. >> and how is hillary clinton's russian re-set button not responsible for the embolden of vladimir putin to begin with. >> it's all very confusing. >> we're going to try to make heads and tails of it. other stories, starting with this headline. police in chicago releasing never-before-seen video of a controversial shooting during a heated pursuit that left an 18-year-old man dead. well, police were chasing that suspect paul o'neal who was driving a stolen jaguar when he sideswiped a squad car and tried to escape. o'neal was shot by one of the officers as he tried to get away and did not survive.
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the president of the chicago police officers union says this video should never have been released. he says it could be misinterpreted and spark outrage and put officers' lives at risk. what a terrible thing, though. again. the autopsy of the orlando terrorist has just been released. it reveals police shot omar mateen eight times. the report also revealing the gunman was not drunk or on any drugs during the rampage. mateen killed 49 people in the june 12th night club attack making it the deadliest mass shooting in the united states history. and she's back, disgraced dnc chair woman debbie wasserman schultz speaking out for the first time this morning since her resignation telling americans she knows who's responsible for leaking those e-mails. >> we had e-mails that were stolen, stolen by, you know, russian spies, and, you know, that really whipped so pane into a frenzy that it became a
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distraction. >> wasserman schultz also insisting, despite dozens of video tapes, the florida delegation didn't boo her at the dnc. >> there were about 300 people at that breakfast and the overwhelming majority of the people in that room were enthusiastic supporters of me and my message. >> did you see this video? wasserman schultz iterates her re-election for the house of representatives. listen close or you might miss it. hillary clinton almost called donald trump her husband? >> and, of course, i hope you will compare what i'm proposing to what my husband -- my opponent is talking about. >> that slip of the tongue happening at the journalism conference in washington, d.c. she tried to correct it quickly but not fast enough for it to go unnoticed. and those are your headlines. i think pete is standing outside with refreshments.
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inside. >> extra ice cream. >> a push to register voters in time for the november election. visit your nearest planned parenthood. which candidate will benefit from that. edward snowden's story about to hit the big screen. paying to see that movie might be a violation of federal law. what? ♪ show me a sign ♪ take it to the limit one more time ♪
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supporters. and a new push to register voters just in time for the november election, just visit your nearest planned parenthood? the controversial agency launching a new push to encourage its patients to become more involved in the democratic process. it claims the plan is nonpartisan. and now this -- >> if you believe that one i have a bridge to sell you. he's been called a whistleblower and a hero and a traitor and soon, edward snowden's story hits the big screen. >> i'm 29 years old. i work at the private contractor for the nsa, for the cia. i work in various jobs in intelligence industry for the last nine years. they're going to come for me. now that we've made contact they are going to come for all of you too. >> our next guest argues hollywood shouldn't be making money from this film and it could violate federal law by doing so. >> the president of judicial watch tom joins us now. thanks for being with us. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> so it comes out next month and you say that the doj may be
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able to seize profits from the upcoming hollywood film. why? >> well, if they were interested in pursuing where these profits are going and who was funding this movie, because oliver stone was working with mr. snowden who had no right to the information he had, is a fugitive, under indictment, and, you know, typically you can't benefit from moneys that you may earn from stealing government property and betraying your country. and, you know, mr. stone knew something was up with respect to mr. snowden because he made a point of saying i made this movie in munich because he was, quote, afraid of the nsa. if he was doing a regular movie what would you be afraid of? you have the other movie, an oscar winner, where the producer and creator of that movie was in the room with snowden, arguably helping him. defect and work with foreign governments pup unbelievable these people think they can work
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with this dangerous man, who according to one expert, what he did, was worse to our national security than sinking an entire aircraft carrier. >> i'm not defending oliver stone or, of course, snowden. but i mean, the nsa did spy on americans who had nothing to do with terrorism or anything. maybe stone is not a total paranoid. every news organization in america reprinted information that snowden stole, so by the standard you just held out, shouldn't every news organization also be liable for abetting a criminal? >> not necessarily. mr. stone met directly with mr. snowden and so i think there's a little bit of difference there, and as i said, the documentary producer for "citizen 4" was hiding him out in her hotel room because he was in fear of law enforcement and that's a very different point than what journalists typically do. we work, tucker, with whistleblowers and we know what
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they're about, successfully defended them. snowden is no whistleblower and anyone who thinks he is, doesn't understand the way the law works. this man purposely obtained a job in order to steal government records and the records he used, he conveyed to foreign governments or helped in a way -- helped the foreign governments evade detection by u.s. intelligence agencies and that's treachery. >> no doubt snowden's disclosures helped al qaeda and others. very briefly, what are the chances that the doj actually acts on this? >> well, i think they're going to act directly against snowden. you know, the obama administration is no fan of our nation's security or strong efforts to protect our nation's security. it's surprising they're still -- not surprising, but i think it's very important to note they're still trying to prosecute him, although i don't understand why someone like the "citizen 4"
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documentary producer is given a free pass. she's not here in the country which tells you what she thinks her legal position is. >> sure. >> it's an interesting angle. tom, judicial watch president, thanks for your time today. >> your time today. a sunni instunning turn of donald trump endorses paul ryan and john mccain and kelly ayotte. your e-mails are pouring in. and michael will sit town with t down with the cast of suicide squad. 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™, we'll replace the full value of your car plus depreciation. liberty mutual insurance. if legalzoom has your back.s, over the last 10 years we've helped one million business owners get started. visit legalzoom today for the legal help you need to start and run your business.
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do some good. >> suicide squad just opened this weekend with a star-studded cast. a team of very bad people who think that they can make some good. vp of marketing sat down with the cast of the film. >> that's right. will smith and the rest of the cast for a sneak peek of the movie. check it out. ♪ >> when you first heard about the character in the movie, what did you think initially? >> there was no screen play, so david just came to each individual cast member and pitched the idea. >> you really put your own stamp on this character. who did you look to for inspiration? >> up nforgettable performances they were so special, you had to leave them where they were and pull from other sources.
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so we went on a journey and completed something new and different. >> what was a typical day at the office for you? go >> for the director, it was like herding cats. most of the actors are certifiable. >> we saw each other of a our best and the worst and it was a family of demented brothers and sisters. >> somehow the group really got along. and it was just a really positive generous atmosphere. >> he started doing the joker. >> oh, wow. >> look at that. i like that. >> that's a good one. >> anthony, you killed it, buddy. >> don't forget, we're the bad guys. >> that's right. suicide squad now open everywhere. and it looks to top the box office with about $140 million
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good morning. it's saturday 6th of august, 2016. this is fox and friends weekend. after days of tension on the trail, donald trump makes a move to unite the republican party. >> i support and endorse our speaker of the house paul ryan. >> endorsements of ryan and senators john mccain and kelly e ayotte be enough? and hillary clinton says this -- >> what i told the fbi, which he said was truthful, is consistent
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with what i have said publicly. so i may have short circuited -- >> excuse me, my brain is short-circuiting. and so it hers. in and l and let the games begin. but this year it's not the athlete front and center. it's something called climate change. where the air is deadlier than the water, where people literally run into couches when they trial to stale oig in the bay. buckle your seat belt, an hour of compelling television and it starts right now. ♪ where else can you find a massive water slide the size of a mountain in midtown manhattan
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except on the fox and friends? >> we're really creating the five acre farm in minnesota on the plaza today. >> it shows the difference between us and the global elite. they look at climate change and say you can't have an air conditioner and we say you need a water slide. >> exactly. adjust and adapt. >> magical productions entertainment provided all of those lovely props for us. and we will be enjoying them a little later. we'll go straight to this, the race for the white house. and party united. donald trump endrsing paul ryan for re-election and he didn't stop there. >> great kristin fisher is live in the nation's capital with all the details. >> reporter: good morning. what a difference a few days makes. earlier this week trump said he wasn't quite ready to endorse paul ryan, he said he'd never been a big fan of senator john
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mccain and he called kelly ayotte weak. but last night at a rally in wisconsin, trump reversed course. ryan is facing a primary challenge on tuesday and trump as you know has been reluctant to back him even after mike pence endorsed him. take exposed the deep rift that still exists within the republican party. so last night donald trump did something he rarely does in an effort to unify the party. he reversed court ase and said all have disagreements, but we will disagree as friends. >> in our shared mission to make america great again, i support and endorse our speaker of the house paul ryan. i also fully support and endorse senator kelly ayotte.
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>> and he prepared to be reading from prepared marks, but he clearly went off script calling hillary clinton unbalanced, unhinged, even a monster. >> in one way she's a monster, okay? look at what happened. look at her history. in another way, she's a weak person. she's actually not strong enough to be president. so she's got both. but she's not strong must have to be president. she will be a disaster. >> today trump will be holding would funds raisers in massachusetts, one is in nantucket which is just a short ferry ride away from where president obama will be. the first family begins their two week long summer vacation today in martha's vineya e's vi.
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>> do you know how much of a difference this will make in paul ryan? he will get reelected probably anyway, but it does a lot for party unity. others say it appears that trump's hand was forced and phony. >> maybe both are true. it looked like hostage video for sure, but he had to do it. that's not the conversation you need to be having if you're trump fighting with paul ryan. of course ryan is against trump. probably wants him to lose. so what? fighting with -- paul ryan won't get you elected president. all of it is phony, but it doesn't matter. >> an effort to close ranks, close that chapter, focus on hillary clinton. there is so much to focus on there. you need to focus right on her. i think that will be the takeaway from this pivot. >> that is our view. trish wrote this, trump needed to do it to unify the party.
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i won't be voting for any republican who fails to enforce trump. >> maybe trump is learning to compromise. >> and sue writes trump i'm so sorry that the rinos demanded that you endorse paul ryan and john mccain. >> and last weekend according to polls, it looked like this, how dull digits separate the them. but there is a long time between now and november. take a listen. >> let's be clear, the polls have not been up and down. the polls have not been all over the place. all of this huff and puff that people are talking about now, well, trump is collapsing or this is happening, the polls haven't changed that much. if you throw out the garbage polls that media outlets and politicians use when it looks good for them, if you stick with real polls like the fox news poll, "wall street journal" poll and other polls, yeah, trump is down. but structurally trump has never
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been that far down and he is within striking distance. this isn't a collapse. the race just looks different now. >> al all true. if you take out the personalities and ask voters about the issues, where are you on immigration, he wins overwhelmingly. americans aren't for open borders. she is. if you keep to issue, she beats you. >> and if governor pence can keep articulating his message and help him to that -- >> this is a referendum on trump. trump has to make sure that he doesn't left the left define him as someone who is totally unfit. >> it has to be about the issues. >> and here is an issue, hillary clinton's e-mails. now you may have seen it yesterday, she gave what they were billing as a press conference, it was a fake press conference in front of a bunch of fawning fake journalists. and during that, she addressed the e-mail question and explained that that she good
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nothing wrong and the fbi director agrees. >> director comey said that only three out of 30,000 had anything reaccept fwliseaccept blink cla markers. the three did that have the appropriate markings.blink clas markers. the three did that have the appropriate markings. it was therefore reasonable to include that anyone including myself would have not suspected that they were classified. so what we have here is pretty much what i have been saying throughout this whole year, and that is that i never septembnt received anything that was marked classified. what i told the fbi, which he said was truthful, is consistent with what i have said publicly. so i may have short circuited and for that i will f will try
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clarify because i think chris wallace and i were probably talking past each other. >> still trying to explain it away and honesty and trustworthy numbers are not being helped. she's given about ten different explanations. finally settled on that one. but let's take a look back. in case you were on vacation when james comey gave the big press conference and was explaining all this, and then trey gowdy talked to him about what really went on with the e-mail server. listen. >> secretary clinton said there was nothing marked classified on her e-mails either september or received. was that true? >> that's not true. >> secretary clinton said i did not e-mail any classified material to anyone. was that true? >> there was classified material e-mailed. >> and this is such an under examined scandal still because she doesn't answer questions from the press. when she's forced to, maybe 8% was -- i mean parsing every word to make sure she meets the technical definition of what she did or didn't do. i think voters see through that.
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>> and this is why she doesn't give press conferences. the first question yesterday from the nbc news white house correspondent, air quotes around that, was you just got endorsed by the former cia director tell tell us if you agree with his endorsement or not. that was actually the question. >> we had a guest on earlier who is a political editor and he attended the event and he said that they were billing it as a conversation, it was the clinton campaign that was billing it as a press conference. >> why did they allow that? they allowed their name the national association of black and miss panic journalists to be used for a press event. why didn't they say you can't use us for propaganda purposes unless you answer our questions? we have a ducnk tank in the plaa because they're in the tank. and by the way later we will
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talk to some of the folks that consider also at this press conference. and other stories making headline, video showing what many claims is the $400 million cash payment to iran in exchange for hostage. it shows the cash arriving in the country as the narrator claims that cash and several different currencies came from the united states. the "wall street journal" reported earlier this week that the payment coincided with the release of four american prisoners. the obama administration insists that the money was meant to settle a separate issue. and a bernie sanders supporter turned up dead. the body of sean lucas turned up in his bathroom just a month after this video reportedly showing him serving papers at dnc headquarters. the 38-year-old filed a class action lawsuit against the party accusing it of conspiring against sanders' campaign.
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police not yet releasing details about the cause of death. terrifying dash cam video capturing the moment a state trooper gets hit by a car and fling into the air during a traffic stop. the ohio state trooper was talking to a driver he pulled over when another car crashed into the rear of his patrol car and then slammed into him. the woman in the car that was pulled over ends up crawling out of her window to help the trooper. amazingly he was not seriously hurt. >>. and the olympic opening ceremony kicking off in rio de janeiro celebrating all things brazil including gisele bundchen, but also with a lecture on climate change. a video talking about global warming taking the spotlight away from tathletes. remember the air in brazil is deadlier than the water we just learned and one of the people
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generating the most buzz from last night, the flag bearer. social media went a frenzy after he walked out wearing a mat around his weight and a whole lot of oil on his chest. >> tucker, i've seen you like that before. >> i've got a solution for global warming. give up servants and fly commercial. if you're lee nar tonardo dicap give up your servants and fly commercial. but when it comes to inconvenient scandals, we know how the administration likes to respond to them. >> was it because of a protest or guys out for a walk one night who decide they would go kill some americans somewhat differen? what difference does it make? >> are they taking the same approach when it comes to the ransom we paid to iran? ric grenell up next. and people in wisconsin gripped by fear and that fear has a name. it's gags the clown.
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the scandal breaks out that doesn't look good for the white house, we're used to the same response. here it is. >> the fact is we have four dead americans. was it because of a protest or because of guys out for a walk who decide they would go kill some americans? what difference at this point does it make? >> that of course was hillary clinton on benghazi and then this week president obama described the iran ransom
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scandal in a var wsimilar way. >> it wasn't a secret. this wasn't some nefarious deal. it's interesting how this suddenly became a story again. >> you knew this, like you knew the nsa was spying on you. that's not news. so this administration and its ma defenders are quick to brush off any scandal. ric grenell joining us. like we already knew this, right? >> it would be scandalous if they were caught paying ransom and they were caught paying ransom and that's why president obama is so did it is mt dismis. to believe that somehow four american hostages who were in prison were somehow all released at the exact same time, you have to totally suspend reality
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because this does not happen. i've worked on two cases inside iran and trying to unpeel the i diplomacy surrounding detainees is incredible. iran wants a lot of stuff back for what they're about to do. so their negotiating tactics are incredible. for you to believe that four individuals were all released at the exact same time is really delusional. and for the president to say that separately from this the money arriving in an unmarked plane at the exact same time some somehow just coincidence also i think is offensive to americans. because two separate issues. first of all, we shouldn't be paying $400 million in cash. that is suspicious enough. but for me, i would never believe that four individuals will be released at the exact same time. they would never do that unless there was a payment, unless they
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got something for it. >> and you understand these deals, you've managed them before as you said. why does the word ransom, why does that matter so much? that's what they're fighting back against. they acknowledge the payment but not ransom. why do those words matter so much? >> and i think that's the key. that is the number one question of why americans really should care about this. and the answer is simply because it will continue to happen. since january, we already have three americans who have been seized. iran is trying to rebuild the inventory. they know what they can get now and they know that when they have someone like president obama negotiating on the other side, that it's an easy negotiation. they will get something for it, they will get an iran deal, they will get money. and by the way, this matters on the presidential race because hillary clinton absolutely supports this deal. she said i didn't really have a lot to do with it, but she supports it. she thinks that the tactics of how we got these guys back is a
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in response to popular demand, we have quick headlines. first up, amazon unveiled its first branded airplane, called amazon one. they are hoping it will help give them more control over their delivery process, that will mean quicker deliveries for customers they say. and the navy is saying good-bye to its blue camouflage uniforms. starting october 1, they will
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begin transitioning to a green camouflage uniform making it standard throughout the service. it will take three years to complete the fashion word. no word on whether it will make america safer. and the mainstream media already writing the trump campaign obituary, but the republican nominee just has to win the states mitt romney won in 2012, those are the states you see highlighted in red. and then he has to add ohio, florida and pennsylvania and he would secure 273 electoral votes. here with more, our republican polster. so you have states we need to keep our eyes on. north carolina is the first one up. and historically that would vote republican. but in '08, it went to obama and 2012 to romney. what are you seeing now? >> you're right. and it is the ultimate swing state. i'd probably say out of the three states, florida, ohio and pennsylvania, i would say if you throw north carolina into that
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mix, as long as donald trump wins three out of those four, he can still win the presidency and he's still right there right now. >> and in north carolina, 15 electoral votes up for grabs and it's a dead heat. >> very close race. and i would put that in the definition of a swing state. north carolina has become that ultimate swing state. demographics are changing a bit, but the two most important issues are the war on terror and the economy and donald trump has real advantages. he just needs to stay focused on the issues. >> and let's take a look at wisconsin. ten electoral votes up fro grabs there. voted democratic since 1988 and hillary clinton leads trump by 5.6. >> 1988, at this time george bush was actually trailing michael dukakis by about 17 points. so he's doing even better significantly better back then, but if you look at wisconsin
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specifically, again, there are problems there in the economy. they thi barack obama and hillary clinton's policies have left them behind there and that gives donald trump a real opportunity. >> he's gotten a lot of blue collar support. virginia, 13 electoral votes up for grabs there. voted democrat past two elections and clinton leads trump 5.3. how much will kaine help clinton? >> very not. tim kaine is very vanilla, a boring social list. i think mike pence has been a much better vice presidential candidate than he has. and even though tim kaine has won elections in virginia, there is not a lot of passion or emotion in his support. >> and colorado has become a swing state. nine electoral votes. voted for democrats past two elections. kr clinton leads trump there by eight points.
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>> and donald trump needs do better among latino voters. there is becoming a larger and larger portion of the vote in colorado that is la pitino. la pitino. he needs do better with those voters. >> jim mclaughlin, appreciate your expertise. now go out to the beach with your kids. >> sounds like fun. 28 after the hour on a saturday morning. hopefully you're doing something fun later today too with your family. the hillary clinton campaign is celebrating endorsement of mike morell, but did you know he has close ties to hillary? we'll break help down next. plus, don't wear this hat. a federal agency says the don't tread on milo go could be racial harassme harassment. kevin jackson is fired up about that one and joins us just ahead. and are you looking for some cool toys for the pool? how about bumper boats or robots. we have some of the top toys on the plaza.
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and for that i, you know, will try to clarify. >> so she's not a robot, but she did short circuit. that was hillary's answer to it a reporter questioning her about being truthful about outside information and it's turned into a viral and deeply hilarious video. >> the #what makes hillary short circuit is now trending on twitter. >> and scott wrote this, what makes hillary short circuit? fake sniper fire. >> and this one, not lying makes her short circuit potentially. >> and tim says being known as the poster child for hypocrisy. >> also getting left out in the rain or unplugged. she was also asked from fawning journalists what about this mike morell endorsement? mike morell of course former endorseme endore director of intelligence.
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here's part of what he said. >> he said mr. trump has also taken policy positions consistent with russian interests and we would say will putin had recruited mr. trump has an unwitting agent of the russian federation. >> and in the op-ed he points out i voted for republicans, democrats, makes it look like he's a nonpartisan actor in washington, d.c. now, other news networks were happy to roll with that narrative, as well. here's what abc news had to say. >> donald trump facing the sharpest criticism yet that he is unfit to be president, a former acting cia director going even further, saying he may pose a threat to national security. morell who has worked at the cia under democratic and republican presidents and ran the agency under president obama goes so far as to suggest that trump is being manipulated by vladimir putin. writing mr. putin played upon mr. trump's vulnerabilities by
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complimenting him. putin has prefreferred to trumpa talented and colorful person. and trump responded just as mr. putin calculated. >> as you might expect, abc left out a little of the story. >> yeah, our producers reminded us this morning reading the "new york times" op-ed, saying wow, he is nonpartisan, he worked under bush and obama, he said he's pulled the lever for both parties when he goes in to the voting booth. but they reminded us that he's actually the one who changed the benghazi talking point as and septembsent susan rice out on to the shows. >> and he said no, it was me that changed it, we changed the talking points. a huge point of consternation. and he's worked for a lot of clinton loyalists in the past. >> yeah, a long time hillary spokes than. but the best part about trump,
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he doesn't know a lot about the rest of the world, i think that's true, but he's also called the bluff of a totally silly and corrupt foreign policy establishment that has made a hash of the rest of the world. so trump gets out and says obvious things like maybe iraq war didn't help us and why are we enemies with russia when china is committing the espiona espionage. those are true things that people are blind to and unwilling to admit that they have been wrong on issue after issue. they are discredited and nobody says that out loud. god bless trump for to go doing. >> the entire package from abc and other networks, wow, look at the cia director supporting clinton because trump is unfit. never acknowledging that he worked for a firm run by clinton loyalists that he was the one that changed the talking points there. sure, doesn't mean he doesn't have his preferences. it always just looks like a faunk endorsement of clinton. >> nobody wants to talk about
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issues. let's have an adult discussion about russia. obviously run by an author t authoritarian guy. but are they a greater threat than china or other countries? probably not, but nobody wants to have that conversation and i don't know why. >> all right. other stories we're following, police in chicago releasing some never before seen video of a controversial shooting that happened during a heated pursuit that left an 18-year-old black man dead. [ gunfire ] >> police were chasing that suspect paul o'neal who was driving a stolen jaguar we're told when he side swiped a squad car and tried to escape. an officer shot the o'neal as he tried to get away, he did not survive. president of the police officers union says the video should never have been released, it could have been misinterpreted, spark outrage and put officers'
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lives at risk. julian assange called out bill maher. maher accused assange as working with russia. and got hit back. >> we do a little search and i do notice that a william maher gave a clinton affiliated industry a million dollars. >> bill maher responding denying the accusation saying it was a company nation to the bochl campaign as a symbolic gesture. and people in green bay gripped by fear because of this clown carrying a bouquet of black balloons. police say there is nothing that they can do because it's not illegal, just a little creepy. >> a little creepy? wow. >> a clown handing out black
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balloons? i think that qualifies. >> this is not illegal. but it should be. all right. 38 after the hour. rick, what are you working on? >> it is back to school time. but there are still a few weeks of summer vacation left and if you want to keep the kids outside and active, here are some of the top toys. he had jackie, welcome. just the last little bit of summer. >> technically it's still the middle of summer, really hot out. kids and families are looking for fun ways to cool off for the summer and have a lot of fun. >> and what do you have for us? >> they can take the fun home, we have finding dory pools, a sprinkler toy, and we also have these great character mat t mass so you can be nemo or dory.
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you can see out just fine. and the ultimate beach ball sprinkler. inflate it, hook up the hose, water shoots in in every direction so all the kids can play and get wet at worse. >> these things are getting advanced. all of this stuff is under 20 bucks? >> everything is under 20 except for the micro speed boat challenge. this is a motorized boat water activated. these things go up to 200 scale model per hour. >> water activated? >> yeah, they take off when you drop them in the water. the little shark can make waves and chomp on the boats. >> noodles are not just noodles anymore. >> no, they have all kinds of crazy things. micro kick boards, bows and arrows, fun things on the end so you can slap water all over each
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other. and this is a great kiddy pool toy. aqua bot horses and they go crazy. you can pretend you're swimming with the fish. >> this is like for bath time. >> could be bath time also. >> and bumper boats? >> this is taking pool toys to a whole new level. do you recognize the vehicles? we have wonder woman's invisible jet, the luigi car from nintendo. kids can bump around and float around in the pool in style. >> you have everything here. bubbles. finally. >> yes, so we will have a lot of fun with bubbles today. these kids will love these. >> this is amazing. everything under 20 bucks. toy game insider.com is the web site. >> and you can even ride skeerts. >> this is awesome. water fights coming up, kids. thank you very much, jackie. >> thank you.
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>> don't eat the bubbles, okay? >> some of the bubbles are actually flavored. >> true. coming up, the obama administration ready to release half of the remaining guantanamo bay detainees. and the next guest says if hillary becomes president, she will not only finish the job, but follow in her husband's foot steps of releasing more terrorists. plus if you wear a shirt that says don't tread on me, it is racial harassment as the obama administration continue their attacks on your beliefs.
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third of released guantanamo bay detainees he said up back on the battle terror field. and nearly half who remain are scheduled to get out soon. and joe is with us. first tell us about your story. >> when i was nine years old, my father was murdered by the faln here in new york city, puerto rican terrorist group. they were arrestednd sent to prison for 70 years on average. in 1999 when hillary clinton was going to run for senator from new york, they were given clemency. they hadn't requested it. and they accepted it, one turned it down, oscar lopez remains in prison, but it was all done to try to connect hillary clinton who was a carpet bagger in new york to the latino community.
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and the claim for the clintons was that these were nonviolent people which was stimply not true. they were terrorists. >> just happened to get clemens i at the end of his term. >> in august 1999, yeah.i at the end of his term. >> in august 1999, yeah. >> political nexus. so as we look at guantanamo bay which people are saying we're releasing people for political purposes, do you see a similarity? >> absolutely. i spent time in guantanamo earlier this year because i'm also a 9/11 family member. my cousin was murdered that day. he was my father's god son. i saw the attacks that morning from my office. and i see that this is an absolute repeat where she's using now wanting to release these terrorists for political purposes. she's playing russian roulette with the american people. >> so she wouldn't have any different policy from what obama is doing? >> i think she will follow exactly what he's doing. and what they're trying is trying to release these terrorists without any backup plan. where are they going to send
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them, first of all? when they get new terrorists caught in the battlefield, they want know what to do with them. and they downgrade the people at guantanamo that it's not american values. but i was down there, it is. it's the ultimate american value. we are trying to give justice to people who would slit our throats. and that is the ultimate of what america does. the policy that obama has no due process. so when they talk about guantanamo recruiting vehicle for terrorists, which is worse, droning people without due process or trying to -- >> a tireded talking point since the very beginning. i was there when there were 700 detainees. today almost 70, the worst of the worst being released. >> i was in the courtroom and these are dedicated violent people. and it kills me. who is fit to serve as
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president? someone who releases terrorists for political reasons or someone who doesn't? this is disgraceful. >> joe, thanks for joining us. appreciate your expertise. you know the famous don't tread on me flag? i've got one. but you wear it on a hat, a federal agency says it's racial harassment. kevin jackson here it react to that next. you don't want to miss his take. and donald trump makes a move toward unifying republicans by endorsing house speaker paul ryan. will this help trump? we'll get fresh reaction from dana perino, she joins us live at the top of the hour. ♪ gaviscon is a proven heartburn remedy long-lasting relief. it immediately neutralizes acid and only gaviscon helps keep acid down for hours. for fast-acting, long-lasting relief,
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the latest attack on you and your beliefs and your culture, obama administration has decided to say clothes that say didn't tread on me could constitute racial harassment. one federal employee filing a complaint with the equal opportunity commission saying he's offended by a co-worker he's hat. he says it's racially offensive because its creator opened slaves. here with the blacks sphere, kevin jackson. great to see you. >> you, too, tucker. >> i'm getting older as you are. we grew up in a world where wearing a hat with a political message was protected by the first amendment. is that no longer operative? >> bigger than a political
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message, that flag was formation of the 13 colonies and what it was was essentially a snake that depicted what we thought about the colonies and the brits. at one point they sent about sending rattlesnakes over to britain as a surprise gift to the monarchy. and now we have snakes in in our own government who have glossed over the fact that this is one of our founding symbols. so yet again whether a confederate flag or something else, somebody wants to destroy history. and obama makes it appear as though it's innocuous, but it's not. they know that this is a symbol of people saying we're not going to let the government take over. it's not done just without that in mind. >> so a lot of people in 18th century america owned slaves. i think it's appalling obviously, but it was pretty
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common. prophet muhammad owned slaves. doesn't mean islam iillegitimat. >> and the flag has nothing to do with slavery, it has to do with the woufounding of the couy that everybody has benefited to be american. i'm proud to be born here and not from africa because i would be living a much different life. so to your point that a lot of people owned slaves, that is really a misnomer. the majority of the people were not slave owners. it was a handful of people that owned slaves. you had to be an aristocrat to own slaves. but the bigger idea that the flag represents slafrry, it says don't tread on me, it doesn't say don't tread to me black man or silly negro. it says don't tread on me. and it was a warning to the government, to the british
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monarchity. a ky. and the ptea party picked up on the symbol. >> this is obviously another attempt to ban views that the left disagrees with. >> let's kill free speech. >> thank you for standing up for it. great to see you. he was one the speakers at the republican national convention. remember this? >> donald trump will get it done and puts back on the right track. >> tony saba toe jr. says he's being blacklisted by hollywood because he appeared at a republican event. he'll be here next hour to share his experience. and after days of tension, donald trump endorses the speaker of the house paul ryan. why did he do it and what will it mean? dana perino here to clear up the confusion.
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good morning. it's saturday 6th of august, 2016. this is fox and friends weekend. donald trump endorses top republicans including paul ryan for re-election. >> we need unity, we have to win this election. >> but are the endorsements enough to unify the party? dana maperino weighs in. >> and touchdown tries to clarify her comments, but spits out this instead. >> what i told the fbi, which he said was truthful, is consistent with what i have said publicly. so i may have short circuited sflp short circuited. it doesn't quite compute. >> and she's ready for her comeback. debbie wasserman schultz breaks her silence saying russia hacked
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her e-mail and the florida delegation never booed her. apparently they just short circuited. if you thought the first two hours were great, wait until dana perino joins us. she's inches from me. stay tuned. how to beat the heat and throw a cool backyard barb. we have water balloons and check out this massive water slide. >> i can't wait to hit it. i was recreating it with a double slip and slide two days ago. >> any broken arms? >> a one man war against climate
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change. good for you. in case you missed it, there has been a lot of drof drama betwee donald trump and paul ryan. but yesterday in a speech in green bay said this. >> we need unity. we have to win this election. in our shared mission to make america great again, i support and endorse our speaker he haof house paul ryan. we may disagree on a couple of things, but mostly where e agre we'll get it done. i hold in the highest esteem senator john mccain. for the service to our country, in uniform and in public office, and i fully support and endorse his re-election. i also fully support and endorse
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senator kelly ayotte of new hampshire. we will grow our majority in the house and in the senate. arm in arm, we will rescue the nation from the obama/clinton disaster which is exactly what it is. >> so it was spontaneous moment that just erupted -- sorry. couldn't resist. it it was hostage tape. and we had to get somebody else's take on it. we have dana perino here to get a sense of you were watching it here with us. good morning. >> the most sincere thing was when he went off script which is exactly right, when he was talking about the disaster of clinton and barack obama. reading the endorsements was i think in a way a poke to his team that made him do this. i don't think it was necessarily from the heart. i think that they said you have to read this and he was like fine, if you think this is going to turn around my poll numbers,
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i'll go out there and i'll do if it,but it's not from the heart. why do you have to read it? >> how sincere is ryan's endorsement of him? >> ryan didn't look like someone was holding a gun to his head, he was holding his open gun to his own head. so this has not been easy for anyone. this is a good moment for republicans if you think this will help. i actually think trump endorsing paul ryan in wisconsin helps trump more than it helps ryan. ryan doesn't need his help, but trump needs ryan's popularity in wisconsin if he has a hope and prayer of winning wisconsin. which he could if he drove it home -- >> do you feel like this unify, does it create an opportunity for trump? because the criticism has been you're shooting inside your own tent. you have to be focusing on hillary clinton and her policies. does this allow him to do that? >> i think all of this stuff is very interesting for us because we follow politics all time.
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kelly ayotte, they have never heard of her. a great senator, but down now this week and part of that is because the republicans are not performing as well on the national ticket. i actually think that donald trump should just do something totally different next week. i would not go out and do speeches at podiums in front of flags because it's getting old. i think he should go out and like maybe go to a mine, go to somebody's house for dinner, like actual sit down there, let the press come in for a few minutes, but actually go out in the world and see things. >> it seen like he gets so much energy out of twitter and out of these rallies, though. what if he did did start to run more of a traditional campaign like hillary clinton and running more ads and working on the ground game? >> part of that is money. they had a good july. it takes a while for them to get money translated in to grass roots activity or ads. if i were the campaign, i would say look at the states that they need and ask the people on the ground in those states what do you need from the campaign. if you need radio advertising,
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people, we will try to try to provide that for you. >> what if he did hillary is doing, do no rallies at all, just issue statements through an army of surrogates. >> i think that he has to do something visual. it's okay to not do does entir many especially when they step all over each other. but if he was actually out with people and not just a picture, not behind a podium, not being aplplauded but where he's sayin i do want to change things because you deserve change. >> she's for totally open borders and i'm not, where are on you that, he wins that argument. >> maybe not with the general election. that could help his numbers with republicans. >> every poll i've seen are people are for border controls. >> but that is not in question. >> she said she's not supporting
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anybody who hasn't committed a crime. >> who hasn't committed a crime. why would you deport somebody who hasn't committed a crime? >> that means anybody without a felony record could stay. >> then it gets to the whole point of those who have been here ten years living in the shadow, do you deport them or not. donald trump would say yes, hillary clinton says no. >> and she also wants to bring six times the number of refugees in than donald trump. gud had donald trump had a difficult week, but clinton did, too. she has had to explain these e-mails over over again. this is what she said. >> what i told the fbi which he said was truthful is consistent with what i have said publicly. so i may have short circuited and for that i will try to clarify because i think chris wallace and i were probably talking past each other. what we have here is pretty much what i have been saying whole y.
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and that is that i never sent or received anything that was marked classified. >> so we wring our hands over this stuff, does it change voters' perception. >> not her voters or not republican voters that are against hillary clinton. both candidates have bad trustworthy numbers. and democrats are looking for a way to answer questions from their friends at cocktail parties, well,what about the e-mails. what she did there is annoying because on the merits, it is wrong. and it looks like she's like. but if you are her press secretary, you're sitting back there saying she just muddied those worries pretty good. >> so and at a boy for that one. >> best you can do. one of the reasons she doesn't give interviews. what she wants more than anything is for this election to be about donald trump and a
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referendum on him. so if he doesn't change course and he does three interview as gay and all the twitter and all the things, then she can just watch the press coverage and have all of her money spending really good advertising dollars in key battle ground states of which georgia which has not been won by a democrat since 1992 is now in play. she's up four points over donald trump in georgia. republicans have to spend money there where we never would have had to spend money there before. they took money out of virginia because she knows she will win it. >> what we saw from donald trump was a poke to his team, but he was reading from a script. >> and i agree let trump be trump. get out there. i'm not for the be littling or insulting people, but being like this isn't right. go to a working class community, go to a diner, say this is not going to stand. we have to do something different. people that want change would
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gravitate back towards him. >> people say he's very relatable in person. >> absolutely. >> so you're saying unleash that. >> as david plouffe would say, these elections are not won behind the podium with flags behind you. they are won one by one shaking hands, asking people for their vote. >> interesting. >> dana, thank you. we love having you on. and the book? >> it's called let me tell you about jasper. in october. >> but you can pre-order if you want. >> just in case it ran out. >> will you come back when the book comes out? >> i'd love it. other stories making headlines this saturday, brand new video emerging showing what many claim is america's $400 million cash payment to iran in exchange for hostages earlierier this year. it's from an iranian television documentary showing the pallets of cash arriving as a narrator
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explaining that cash came from the united states. the "wall street journal" reported earlier this week that the payment coincided with the release of four american prisoners. the obama administration insists that money was meant to settle a separate issue. and a mysterious death raising a lot of questions after a bernie sanders supporter who sued the democrat being national committee turns up dead. the body of sean lucas discovered in his bathroom just a month after this video was reported showing him serving papers at dnc headquarters. the 38-year-old filed a class action lawsuit against the party accusing it of conspiring against sanders' campaign. police not yet releasing details about the cause of his death. and a railing in the crowd at a snoop dogg concert collapses p. a concert in new jersey, at least five people were sent to the hospital. the rest of the show was
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canceled. those are your headlines. hope they're all okay. out to rick right now. he's outside hanging out with the bubbles and all the kids. >> we have a lot of people out here. are you here because you want to go down the slide? >> i don't know. >> you don't know? really. you don't have for. we won't force you. i'm going to do it if that helps. take a look at the weather maps, show you what is going on. get ready this week, we have a system that will brew here across parts of the north central gulf. and it is going to bring a lot of rain. potential for some tropical development. either way, it will bring a lot of rain for about the next seven day. by the time this is done, we will see spots probably over 15 inches of rain or so, it means watch for flooding especially across the panhandle and northern areas of florida, southern parts of georgia. it will cool it down eventually. today look what happens, another hot one across much of south. heat advisories in place pretty much for everybody there. but we will cool it down a
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little bit. tomorrow you see texas, you're still very warm. that stays for the start of the coming week. and then we start to cool things down just a little bit. back into you inside. >> thanks, rick. well, can hillary clinton win the election if she just stops talking? rick sanchez here next with some advice for the democratic nominee that could be her key to victory. and let the games begin, but don't expect the athletes to be front and center. instead you will get a lecture about climate change from rich people. the only country in the world where the air is deadlier than the water. brazil calls us dirty. more on that ahead. see me. see me. don't stare at me. see me. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have.
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tou -- >> hillary clinton talking at an event yesterday, but for one of her first big press events if nearly a year the rust shows our next guest says road to the white house is made for her, but she seems to stop talking if she's going to win. rick sanchez joining us. great to see you. sf >> oh, my gosh, i can't believe you and me together again. >> yet again. >> i have to remind people that when i first started doing cable news, in fact my very first appearance on cable news, i don't know if you will remember this or not, my very first appearance was some hurricane somewhere if in louisiana or mississippi or something. and the very first time i put on camera, you were the host of that show on a competing network
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by the way. and you kind of introduced me into this whole thing. >> and look what happened. it's been a bumpy road, but don't get me started. great to see you. so you watched yesterday's press conference and had a different take from a lot of people. your understanding is hillary clinton should do fewer public events like this if she wants to win. >> there is no question. first of all, let me start with that particular public event. and let me say something that may not be popular amongst many hispanic journalists. but i'm no fan of this hispanic journalist association nor am i a fan of laraza or most of these organizations which essentially take money from the organizations including networks for example and politicians which they then portend to represent in some way. in other words, i'll give you an example, hispanic american
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journalist association. their job is to represent hispanic journalists, but they take large checks from the media companies whoom those hispanic journalists work for. so you have to ask yourself, if they're taking money from those large media companies to make sure that they don't become perhaps critical of them, how do we know that they're not also taking money from let's say hillary clinton yesterday and that that whole thing wasn't choreographed a certain way to help hillary clinton out. by the way, i'm asking the question. i don't have information other than my own background. >> if you're a journalist, your duty is to your viewers and readers to tell the truth. do you think it's weird to have a racially exclusive group of journalists? i don't understand -- >> just in general? i'm okay with that. look, i think -- >> could there be a white journalist group? i would be against it just like i'm against these groups. >> i think people -- if the rick
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and tuck group decided to come together because we both like to wear certain suits, we should have -- earn american should have a right to form an organization based on people he they like. and i think sometimes if you leave it alone without the government coming in and telling them you're not allowed to get together because your skin color is too asian or something, i think they get in the way. i'm all for people being able to do whatever the hell they want to do. >> i'm for freedom of associations -- >> a labor teibertarian these d. >> rick sanchez, always a different take. thank you. she's ready for her come back. debbie wasserman schultz breaks her silence, she says russia hacked her e-mail and then she claims the florida delegation never booed her. we have the tape. we'll play again and again and see withhat actually happened. marco...!
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. we have quick headlines for you. thought the ira was done targeting conservatives? of course not. a federal court just ruled the government agency still hasn't shown any proof that its targeting days are over. the report is in response to an irs request to dismiss the lawsuits filed against it by tee party supporters. >> and a new push to register voters just in time for the november election.>> and a new voters just in time for the november election.party support. >> and a new push to register voters just in time for the november election. just visit your nearest planned parenthood. it launched a new push to, quote, encourage its patients to become more involved in the democratic process. it claims the plan is
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nonpartisan. you again are paying for it. today marks five years since the downing of extortion 17 in satisfying. no one on board survived. but questions still haunt the families who lost their loved ones on that very tragic day. >> among those killed, navy s.e.a.l. aaron vaughn. and since his death, aaron's parents have been sharing his story to help remind others to honor the sacrifices that our troops make each and every day. they join us thousanow. thank you for being with us. i know it's tough and we thank you for sharing your story. billy, tell us about your son. >> well, our son was a great american. he was a christian. he loved god, his family and his country. in that order. and i can tell you if he were here today, he would still be doing what he was doing. he loved what he was doing,
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fighting for america. being a fearless extreme warrior. and that's what he always wanted to be. >> you're both warriors. karen, what does this day mean to you? >> in all honesty, today is like every day. he's go and -- >> we love you and we love him. you found the courage nonetheless to push forward in ways that many gold star families across this country struggle with. how do you pick up and move forward with that? you've done it so courageously to for so long. how have you picked up and said we'll carry on aaron's courage? >> i remember on this morning five years ago me just saying i will not let this pain be wasted. and i'm sorry -- >> it's okay. >> and i just -- we knew what aaron believed in. we knew the america he died for. and we watched it over the past
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five years shift so much that it's almost unrecognizable. and so i think we both feel just as parents that if we don't fight with every bit of strength we have to revive patriotism, to revive love for this country, to revive the founding principles of this nation, he died in vain. and i don't say that as a blanket statement. i know a lot has good from his life and his legacy, but we have to fight for this country. we fight culturally the battle that he fought kinetically. >> and you helped set up a meeting with gold star families and donald trump after the big back and forth with him and the muslim american khan who lost his son. what calf thme of that meeting? >> i had an opportunity and i thought we can sit with possibly the next commander in chief of this country. and i felt like it was just a
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no-brainer to put a bunch of families in there so he could see a cross section of who has sacrificed. we put sons, a sister, mothers and fathers. and they got to ask their questions. and he got to xhorespond and het to see the real cost of freedom up close and personal. >> and many people have made a lot of that last week. billy, what did you see from donald trump? >> i'll tell you what i saw. i was very pleasantly surprised at how candid, how quiet and how respectful he was. we just sat down around a big table. he listened. people voiced their concerns. they talked about the sacrifices that their sons and their families have made. and what we expect out of him if he is to be our commander in chief, what we want him to do. and we want him to name the enemy will, we want him to fight the enemy, we want him to allow our warriors to do what they were trained to do. and honor the sacrifice that
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thissed a 34i7b stra administra other candidate have dishonored. not just the men and women who have left it all on the battlefield, but of veterans and families. we're less secure than we were on the day that we evewent over there. military families and citizens, less secure because of the policies of this administration and there is a record there for the clintons. remember mowi i was able to speak with a sergeant who remembers mr. clinton and the small footprint and what it cost americans. mrs. clinton has been there now for nearly 30 years and will be a continuation. >> of course we saw the same footprint in libya and benghazi. parents talked about they haven't received the same treatment. but on this day it to bring it back to aaron, how do you channel his sacrifice every day,
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and how would you -- in this virn him to americans today struggling with the trajectory of our country, what would aaron's message be to americans? >> aaron's message would be this is the greatest nation and fight for it. that would be his message. and the way we honor him primarily and i hope you don't mind me throwing in this shameless plug, but we started an organization called operation 300 and we hosted a venture scamps for kids who have lost their dad. aaron left behind two little babies. a son not quite two and a little girl two months old. it's not a grief camp, it is fun. and so that's the way we've chosen to channel who he was and to honor him. >> and you have a book, as well. and you brought some t-shirts. we have on wrap things up, but we'll post your social media about your organization. >> and aaron vaughn, we remember him today and grateful you carry on his sacrifice.
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>> that kid is cute. pete is here with us in new york, but we're making sure he doesn't miss out on the celebration. we have the rest of tthem on th phone right now. good morning. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> good morning, boone. happy birthday, buddy. how are you? >> good. >> did you get a birthday cake? >> yes. >> what was on your birthday cake? >> ninja turtle. >> we love the ninja turtles. and what did you do yesterday? f where did you go? >> mom. >> he's calling for mom. he went to a big pool party with all the kids. he likes to go. boone, have you opened all your presents yet? >> no, not yet. >> what did daddy get you?
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what did daddy get you as a gift? >> a helicopter. >> that is awesome. sgle wa sg >> how many brothers do you have? >> want to see? >> yes, definitely want to see. >> well, he's -- >> what is your favorite thing to do with your daddy? >> play tackle. >> that is 100% correct. >> all boy. >> and i bet you take him down every time. >> well, i love you so much. have a wonderful day with mommy and gunner and rex. and what did we do, did we go to the fair and did we ride on the rides? >> yes. >> we did. and what did you eat? >> cheese curds.
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>> upper midwest and we love the county fair because they don't measure on the rides. just push your kid on. >> boone, i love you. happy birthday, buddy. >> happy birthday! >> we had a great day together and we'll have many more. >> you're a lucky man. he has three of those. >> three little monkeys. well, now your headlines. brazil using the opening ceremony at this year's olympics to of course lecture us about climate change. many spectators complained about the video which made the ceremony seem more like something al gore did than a celebration. a little we're coming from one of the dirtiest places in the world. it's a lot easier to lecture the developed world about global warming than to actually clean up your open country. recent studies show that the air was deadlier in brazil than the water you see here. well, she's back.
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debbie wasserman schultz is talking for the first time this morning since her resignation. she told americans she knows who is responsible for leaking those e-mails. listen. >> had e-mails that were stolen, stolen by russian spies. and, you know, that really whipped so many into a frenzy that it became a distraction. >> russian spies. the red scare is back. mccarthy is dead, but wasserman schultz digs him up. she's also insisting that the florida did delegation she spoke to at the dnc didn't boo her. watch this. >> there were about 300 people at that breakfast and the overweover w overwell well himming were enthusiastic supporters of me and my message. [ booing ] >> yeah, that enthusiastic support florida delegation
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society means we love you. debbie wasserman schultz is in a race for re-election and hopes her voters feel differently. and you might miss it, hillary clinton almost called donald trump her husband. >> and of course i hope you will compare what i'm proposing to what my hus -- opponent is talking about. >> paging dr. freud. perhaps the darkest moment of the presidential race so far. it happened at a so-called journalism conference in d.c. yesterday. she tried to connect it quickly, but not fast enough for the rest of us to be horrified. and rick is outside. what are you doing out there? >> look out, big splash. how is the water, rick? he says it's cold. we'll all be going down at the end of the show. that is one way it wind down the summer. what a great way to do it.
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wait until the end of the show. imagine production entertainment. fwm. i understand that folks at home can have one of these in your backyard? >> yes, water and electric and you're good to go. >> are you seeing this postally at birthday parties or neighborhood parties? >> birthday, block party, corporate stuff, as well. colleges. >> you set this up really fast this morning. took like 5 or 10 minutes. >> right. >> pretty quick. >> but when you fill it up with water, that is probably another 45 minutes to an hour. >> and how much longer would it have taken had you syou decided use warm water instead of cold water? >> good question. >> when you're this age, it's like they can't enfeel it. we just get whimpier as we get
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older. did some parents come to you say and i'm worried about my kid breaking my arm or something? >> some parents would like to represent tnt the vislide witho but we don't allow that. we're there to watch everything going on. >> we've seen bouncy houses go up in the air and such. no arrivirisk with this? >> that won't happen. >> what activities can they do if they use your company for the big birthday bash? >> different slides, houses, laser tag. what are you in in to? >> all the fun. >> and this is the largest rentable slide in the tri-state. you're talk 27 foot high, 65 feet long, a huge 300 gallon pool at the end. >> what will that cost you? >> roughly 950, four hours with
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staff. friendly staff i might add. >> not too bad. thanks for your time. we'll have a the lot of fun with this later. >> like a wet t-shirt contest now. >> rick, looking good and very wet. well, did you catch hillary clinton saying this? >> i'm telling you right now, we're going to write fairer rules for the middle class and we are going to raise taxes on the middle class. >> could that be true? charles pane here to break it down next. plus, in hollywood, it's hard times for antonio sabato jr. he says he's being blacklisted for the crime of expressing his political views at the rnc. he joins us live in minutes with a report of censorship from tinseltown. if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis,
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>> pretty subtle n. >> so far according to the tax policy center, your taxes will go up if you're in the middle class. now, if you make 23 grand, four bucks. 45 grand, 15 bucks. but the point is she is raising taxes. she will have to raise taxes because she's offering a whole lot of goodies out there. so she has the free community college, that is a whole lot of mond money. family leave is a whole lot of money. and by the way, since they have done some of these number, she's moved closer to bernie sanders. so what about when we start giving free college to families making 125 grand or less? we haven't done the math on that yet. >> so here are estimates, over ten years on hillary's tax platform, you have $3.5 trillion in spending minus a $1.2 trillion in raising of taxes, leave as $2.2 trillion deficit. by my calculation, we just passed $20 trillion in national debt. can we get to that by raising
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taxes on billionaires and millionaire millionaires? >> no. recently hillary has been talking about corporate profits and asking the american people for the power to be able to go in there and start taking money directly off income statements in my opinion and balance sheets. i think the idea will be, hey, this is the only way -- think about this for a moment. you can't argue that the economy is going well without saying only the top 1% are getting the wealth and only one way we can get this money. give me the power to do this. and don't forget obama care forces businesses to do something. so that might have owned the door to her to also be able to do this thing. we have a giant welfare utopia right now. she's promising to layer it even more and you can't get there with higher taxes. >> why not raise the soda tax and cigarette tax? >> the sin taxes.
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it's the proverbial drop in the bucket when you're promising the world to everyone. and it's something that has been around for a long time. the only thing that i will say, one part of this she will push, according to the sin tax policy that higher taxes on rich people, right? if you make $732,000 or more, you will pay a whole heck of a lot, 78 grand more a year in taxes. if you make $5 million or more, you will have an extra 4% tax hike. even if you make a million bucks, at a minimum you're paying 30%. and in touchdowdonald trump's p get money back. every category from $23,000 and up will pay less money than more. >> maillionaire, you could only fund the government for four months. >> and don't forget, obama care
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hi, everyone. good morning. after showing his support for donald trump at the rnc model and actor antonio sabato jr. says he has been blacklisted by hollywood directors. >> the actor and trump supporter joins us now. thanks for joining us. >> good morning. >> good morning, guys, how are you guys doing? >> we're doing great. >> you spoke at the rnc, gave a powerful message of a legal immigrant to this country supporting donald trump. what has the reaction been to you? >> i want to say one thing and i want to give a shout out to whoopi goldberg right now, my girl. i love you girl. next time i'm in new york please have dinner with me and i will go to your show and we will chat. i don't want politics between us. we've been friends for a long time. i love you, i want to give you big hug. >> she's watching for sure. >> she's watching, hopefully, yeah. when i got back, first of all "variety" changed it to i was blacklisted, which is not true. i never said blacklisted. when i got back from the rnc i
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had some projects lined up and basically they pulled those projects out because of my affiliation with the republican party. and that was it. so then i was interviewed by "variety" and they said do you consider that being blacklisted. i said i guess that's part of it. these are not the mcarthur years. we don't use blacklisted. i have a lot of great friends, casting directors, producers in hollywood who work for me and they don't care about politics that much. obviously hollywood is very much to the left. >> yes. >> and liberal, but we know that. >> antonio, exactly, you wouldn't be the first person in hollywood who came out as a conservative to say that they've had issues getting work after sharing their political views. what evidence do you have that it was cause and effect, though? >> well, they called my agent and they actually asked my agent, one of the questions, are you actually going to represent your client after he got back from supporting donald trump? so those are the questions and things that they talk about. but, that's the way it is. i mean it's okay.
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it's okay. i mean we are a divided country and -- >> doesn't sound okay at all. who asked your agent that? >> i can't change that. i mean that's the way it is. >> of course but just to help us who don't work in hollywood understand how it works, who asked your agent if your agent was going to continue to represent you? >> well, those -- i'm not going to refer any names or whatever, but my agent did call me and talked to me about several things, you know, this person called and said -- asked me through my facebook this and that. these are things that happening, these are conversation that hollywood is having and i understand it. it's -- i mean you can't change it. all you have to do is stay on track and support your beliefs and your party and go from there. also, there's the other side. i also got calls from people in the business who would love to work with me, saw my support of donald trump. there is that side too. it's good both ways. it is what it is. >> thank you for having the courage to stand up. you know the consequences in the elite hollywood media.
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basically hillary clinton supporters and donors. appreciate it. thanks a lot. >> thanks a lot. >> you're welcome. >> i hate to interrupt for breaking news but we have some. there it is he's going down. >> we got him. >> right after the break, making money with charles is going down the slide next. allergies? stuffy nose? can't sleep? enough. take that. a breathe right nasal strip of course. imagine just put one on and pow! it instantly opens your nose up to 38% more than allergy medicine alone. so you can breathe, and sleep. better than a catnap. shut your mouth and say goodnight, mouthbreathers. breathe right.
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hi friends. good morning. saturday the 6th of august, 2016. i'm anna kooiman, this is "fox & friends" weekend. donald trump endorses the top republicans including house speaker paul ryan for re-election. >> we need unity, we have to win this election. >> but are the donald's endorsements enough to unify the party? >> then hillary clinton tries to clarify her comments about her e-mail scandal in front of reporters, so-called reporters, but ended up well spitting this out. >> what i told the fbi, which he said was truthful, is consistent with what i have said publicly. i may have short sirc cated it. >> not commute. she short circuited on the spot.
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>> and then anthony sabato jr. not the only one facing off with whoopi goldberg. >> there was an opportunity -- >> ask her that. >> to say two more americans. >> didn't they ask her everything but what color her under arm hair is? >> yes, yes. >> whoa. that's repulsive. eric was there and he'll take us behind the scenes of his appearance on "the view." he survived. we have evidence this morning. don't turn that dial. it's going to be a great hour. ♪ ♪ the boys are back in town >> ladies and gentlemen, one of the best parts of hosting the show is how spontaneous it can be, right. this morning, we had charles payne on to talk about your money, as he always does, but he is at the top. let it rip, charles payne. >> oh. >> in his suit. >> host of "making money" fox
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business, do it. >> oh. he's stuck in the middle. >> in the middle. >> get up anyway you're our champion, charles payne. >> oh, my goodness. >> get the man a mic. look at him. oh. >> if you didn't love charles payne before, you love him now. >> i hope we're paying his dry cleaning bills. >> that looks painful. >> what a sport. >> he is -- >> we're going to be doing that at the end of the show. did you bring clothes to change into? >> i brought clothes, yeah. >> you're not going to go? we're' going to go. are you going to go? >> i have i've been wearing this since june 15th. >> i'll borrow you a suit, lend, borrow. >> no. >> we're going down. >> they are. stay tuned for that. meanwhile, the race for the white house and a party, apparently united this morning. >> that's right. donald trump endorsing speaker
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of the house paul ryan for re-election and he didn't stop there. >> kristen fisher live in washington, d.c., with all the details. good morning, kristen. >> good morning. so just a few days ago, donald trump was refusing to endorse three top republicans, top republican senators, that are up for re-election, but in an effort to try to bring the party together and put an end to a very bad week trump changed his tune at a rally in wisconsin where house speaken paul ryan is facing a primary challenge on tuesday. trump says we'll continue to have disagreements but we'll disagree as friends and he then formally endorsed him. trump endorsed new hampshire senator kelly ayotte, one of the first -- and one of the first people he picked a feud with after announcing his candidacy last year, senator john mccain. >> i hold in the highest esteem, senator john mccain. for his service to our country, in uniform and in public office,
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and i fully support and endorse his re-election. >> now you'll notice during the endorsement section of trump's speech you saw he appeared to be reading from some prepared remarks but that all changed when he started talking about hillary clinton. yesterday trump unleashed a torrent of new insults against clinton and called her unbalanced, unlidge eunhinged a monster. >> it's true. in one way, she's a monster. okay. look at what happened. look at her history. in another way, she's a weak person. she's actually not strong enough to be president. so, she's got both. she's not strong enough to be president. she will be a disaster. >> that's what most republicans want to see, trump going after clinton, not members of his own party. but even after these three endorsements the divisions are still there as governor scott
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walker said yesterday, we are ryan republicans here in wisconsin, not trump republicans. pete, tucker and anna? >> well, kristen fisher, live in washington. fantastic. >> okay. well. >> live here. >> out on the plaza, the man. >> rick -- >> charles, how are you feeling after your wet work shirt contest? >> i thought i was going to come all the way down and i didn't quite make it, but that thing is a blast. you got to admit it was better than the olympic opening ceremonies. >> way better. way better. i think we have -- probably have -- we will be replaying your shot as you try to go down. trying to go down. >> trying to go down. >> best of the morning, best of the week. >> we've got to refill the pool here. because it pushed you out. you like fell out and drained it. >> that was my dismount. >> oh, good. >> it was a lot of fun. >> extra dismount for it. >> a lot of fun. >> what do you think about coming on "fox & friends" in the
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morning. >> never know what you get. usually it's food but this was a little more funny. >> we had root beer floats earlier. we will find you one. >> find me one. >> you could have taken off the tie and socks at least. here you go. >> here we go. >> want to grade. nice dismount. >> oh, yeah. >> nice dismount, a little trouble on the landing. >> the problem was the abrupt stop. >> we thought you would be done here but you finished it was a 10 landing. >> that is fantastic. >> landing. >> you are the winner of any wet t-shirt contest you enter. >> and you have profile pics for da days. >> you won't go? >> actually i'm kind of tempted now. if charles payne does it. he sets the bar. >> i'm blaming anna for all of this. >> thank you, charles. >> we're impressed and grateful. >> your he' the best. >> you are awesome.
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>> our friends at home you have been weighing in on the story we just had kristen fisher covering for us, where donald trump is endorsing ayotte and mccain and ryan and christine on facebook writes to say i like ryan and mccain but -- i dislike ryan and mccain but i guess trump had to do this. >> good job, doj, play that game, since our country needs you to be president. >> trump did what he had to do to reunite the broken republican party and our country. >> kind of a good point. you can attack trump for giving a talk, he clearly doesn't like these guys, but did what he had to do to turn the conversation over to something fruitful like hillary clinton. if trump will force himself to pretend to support these republicans are they going to pretend not to undermine him at every point. >> he's hoping to seize in this, close ranks, stop shooting out so they will stop shooting in and the fire goes back to hillary clinton. >> panic mode when he sees that his split between hillary clinton and himself has gone to
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10 points and a lot of -- >> for sure they're very, very -- absolutely. i don't know panicked or not, i haven't talked to them, but they're worried. why wouldn't they be. absolutely. if he keeps this campaign on the issues, i think he'll win. if he keeps it on these fights with various republicans, he'll lose. i mean it's that simple. >> politically speaking end the week top stalking about what -- top talking about what they were talking about, monday morning, give an economic speec in detroit, decimated by left wing politicians reorient towards that make hillary clinton defend that he's on fertile terrain and you can see the campaign change. >> he missed the boat on sunday with interview that hillary clinton did with chris wallace over the e-mail. >> acknowledging all of that. >> how many different explanations about the private server and dragging james comey into the whole thing. >> no doubt. but again if you take the candidates out and a blank sheet saying do you believe these nine things or these nine things trump has the advantage.
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you can poll these issues on immip gration, trade, foreign policy. if the campaign is not about him he wins. >> look at the contrast. >> just on the issues not on him. our fox news poll said something different, that came out. the only thing he topped hillary clinton on was the economy. >> no. that's when you asked vote wloers would do a better job handling the things. take the candidates out and say should we have open boarders. >> aren't we electing a candidate. >> but that's exactly what i'm saying, is if you run -- if he runs on what he believes or says he believes he is more mainstream on these issues than she is. >> the contrast on the issues are think of iran, iran ransom or none that trump would pay. close gitmo or keep it open, close our borders or keep them open, comprehensive immigration reform versus enforcing our laws. black lives matter or supporting the cops. he's where the american people are more so. they want to define him as unfit. >> polls are showing they trust hillary clinton to do that more than him at the moment.
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it hasn't always been that way. >> sure. they have to relitigate that. >> he's been in hot water. this is an example of him putting cold water on that situation. all right. ten minutes after the hour. on to other stories making headlines this saturday and brand new video emerging showing what many claims is america's $400 million cash payment to iran in exchange for hostages this year. iranian television documentary shows the palette of cash arriving and the narrator claims that cash and several currencies came from the united states. "the wall street journa journal" reported the payment coincided with the release of four american prisser ins. the obama administration says that money was meant to settle a separate issue. >> never before seen video of a controversial shooting during a pursuit that left an 18-year-old black man dead. police were chasing that suspect paul o'neal who was driving a
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stolen jaguar when he side swapped a squad car and tried to escape. one of the officers shot o'neal as he tried to get away. he did not survive. the president of the police officer's union says the video should never have been released. >> thousands of veterans died waiting to see doctors the va was out buying expensive art for their facilities. taxpayer watchdog group released a report showing the va spent some $20 million on paintings and sculptures. the group now calling on them to showcase art like this instead. works created by veteran artists. and the games have begun. the olympic opening ceremony kicking off in rio de janeiro, celebrating all things brazil including supermodel gisele bundchen, decide her in that sparkly dress. came with a lecture on climate change talking about global warming making it like a classroom. the team usa getting a warm welcome from the crowd as u.s. flag bearer michael phelps led
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them into the arena. this could be his last olympics. possibly. like fifth olympics or something. >> michael phelps is like 60 years old at this point. amazing. >> olympic years. >> that's not a -- i'm not attacking him. i'm impressed. >> bet he has a sore neck from the gold medals around his neck. 12 minutes after the hour. concert chaos, the audience falls through the floor mid show. ♪ >> the details on what happened late last night. >> and why ask hard questions when you can just fawn and clap. that actually happened during hillary's fake press conference in front of fake journalists yesterday. watch. >> we lost -- we lost a lot of leverage. i left i had a 66% approval rating, so ask yourselves, -- >> message from the journalists, you're so great, hillary, you're awesome. we love you. someone who was in the audience joins us next. ♪
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so we lost, we lost a lot of the leverage. i left i had a 66% approval rating. so ask yourselves -- [ applause ] they've tried to expand my musical tastes. i'm going to respect the cone of friendship silence, but thank you all very much. [ applause ] >> is that a press conference? or a rally? a room full of journalists applauded clinton throughout the press conference, so-called press conference. should members of the press really be acting like that? >> here to weigh in is raphael, a writer for the hill and attended the press conference. good morning and thanks for joining us. >> good morning. thanks for having me. >> from those optics doesn't look good. you were in the room, what was it really like? >> i was in the room. it was a bit more subdued than that looked like and i certainly wouldn't call it a press conference. this is a professional conference like any other conference could have been. it did raise eyebrows when some
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of the journalists clapped. i could -- i can tell you the working press was certainly too busy to be clapping because, you know, that's not our job. >> except it wasn't a conference like any other. these weren't software developers they were judgists and let -- journalists and let hillary clinton to stage a campaign speech and i wonder why you all did that. why not demand look you can talk to us, but we're journalists and demand the right to ask you real questions unfettered. why didn't you do that? >> that's right. that's right. well, you know, i was there as working press, as i certainly -- as i certainly didn't have have even time for clapping. you know when reporting you're focussed on your job. there are a lot of young journalists there, sort of a -- you know, the young journalists are there to get their next job and so on. i think they're going to learn a good lesson on being on the right side of the story whether, you know, reporting it or becoming the story. >> of course this wasn't a press conference and a press
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conference there's questions and followups and you're calling on reporters. >> exactly. >> should the clinton campaign get away with spinning this as a press conference? i mean you're a member of the press corps. what was this really? were the questions prescreened? i mean r we being hoodwinked here. >> i certainly don't know if the questions were prescreened. they seemed sort of on the fly. but you're right, i certainly wouldn't call it a press conference. first of all a press conference, doesn't include the applause portion of the event. >> what do you think the fallout from this will be? anything? >> i don't think it's -- it's going to be very harsh. i think the one really good thing that's going to come out of this is these young journalists who were there, are definitely going to learn that lesson, that, you know, if you are a member of press you to behave as such. >> really if because the first question came from not a young journalist but the nbc white house correspondent and you can look at tape she literally said you were endorsed by mike morell do you agree with what he said, that's not a question, that's
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embarrassing. aren't the young journalists learning the lesson if you suck up to power things go well for you? >> i hope not. >> isn't that it what it looks like, doesn't it confirm that perception? donald trump wouldn't have received that same response and he's held press conferences every day or nearly every day? >> it's true. he probably wouldn't have. and that is an important takeaway. you know, journalists, everybody has an opinion and everybody will have an opinion. it's just natural. but when we are acting as professionals we have to act as such. >> yeah. you got it. you should. raphael, writer for the hill, you were in the room. thanks for your perspective. >> thank you for having me. >> they may not agree all the time but governor mike pence says it's an honor to be running with donald trump. >> i think donald trump and i have different styles at times, but we have the exact same goals. we both know that we can make america greatagain. >> the great pete sits down with
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an exclusive one on one with pence and takes us inside the campaign coming up. plus, we're convinced another member of the five -- convinced another member of the five to wake up early for us. eric bolling. >> convince him to go down the slide too. .
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hi friends. good morning. 24 minutes after the hour. look at this, chaos at a snoop dogg concert when a railing in the crowd collapses. dozens of people were injured at last night's show in new england. at least five people had to be hospitalized. and look at this, terrifying dash cam video capturing the moment a trooper gets hit by a car and flies into the air during a traffic stop. the ohio state trooper was talking to a driver he pulled
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over when another car crashed into the rear of his patrol car and slammed into him. fortunately he wasn't seriously hurt. >> that's good news. republican vice presidential nominee mike pence in virginia beach thursday stumping for trump and pete hegseth caught up with him. >> he opened up about family, faith, values and what it's like to run alongside donald trump. we -- he was at a rally for vets and an opportunity to talk to him behind the scenes and ask about vets, va, iran, a lot of issues over the past week and what it's like on a personal side to work with donald trump hp here's what he has to say. >> a lot has happened in the last 15 days. do you embrace that title as being the donald trump explainer or do you feel like you're just another approach? >> i think donald trump and i have different styles at times but we have the same goals.
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we both know that we can make america great again. >> mr. khan, and captain khan, we don't need to rehash that, other groups, veteran groups, are calling for an apology for mr. khan. is this apology time or a media thing? >> donald trump and i believe captain khan is an american hero and his family like every gold star family should be cherished by every american. i understand the attention and it's been paid to captain khan and his precious family. what i don't understand is why many of the same voices in the media maligned and continue to ignore the families of the fallen in benghazi. >> you touched on the iran deal out there. the latest developments on the iran deal and the context of the deal, what do you make of that? what's the true nature of that financial transaction. >> the simple fact of the matter is we have historically as a nation said we don't pay ransom to terrorists or those who support them. we don't negotiate with terrorists. this is one more example of the kind of failed and weak foreign policy that hillary clinton and barack obama have led and it's
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exactly the kind of foreign policy that american people want to see changed. >> can you speak to these rumors and speculation that there's divides inside the trump camp or divides inside the republican party undermining his campaign? >> donald trump and i are united in our determination to carry his vision, to make america great to the four corners of this country. >> most people on a national stage are just getting to know you. tell us something people might not know about mike pence, something they should know about you? >> well, you know, the most important role i'll ever play is a dad. i'm the proud father of a united states marine, but i'm just as proud of my daughter that just graduated from college and another that's still in school. you know, i was raised in a great big family, in a small town in southern indiana and our family is really the center of our life. >> what does your son, young guys singh up for today, what do -- guys signing up today, what do chief and what difference would
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they get between hillary clinton and donald trump? >> i think donald trump knows what the american people know, and that is that our military has been hallowed out in recent years. the truth of the matter is, the next president, the next president will need to go to congress and secure significant investments in our military. >> when you were in the running to be vice president, the story was told that mr. trump's plane wasn't working so he came over to your house. what's that conversation like when you say to your wife, honey, donald trump is coming over. didn't know that. what do we do now? what happened. >> well, it was a little bit challenging. it was a great moment for mrs. pence and me, i think. we got word late at night that not only was mr. trump coming to breakfast, but a number of members of his family, the kids would fly out to indiana and join us for breakfast. well, we don't have a big household staff at the governors residence. a couple people helps us out there. it was late at night. karen just put me to work. we hauled the place out, put
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them on the table, set the coffee, arranged for breakfast and, you know, we served -- both of us served breakfast that morning to donald and his kids and it was a great honor to be able to welcome them to the governors residence. what you have in donald trump is a man who's built a global business a ceo and i will tell you, when he's talking about those who are serving in the military today or have served he's more passionate than any time i ever see him and he is absolutely determined to fix the va and make sure it works for all of those who served. >> great to sit down with governor pence to know about him, his family, his values. it's clear the vice presidential nominee is standing firm with trump and ec echos his make amea great again. >> didn't get a sense at all? >> when the cameras were on and off fully dedicated and said hey my job is to take another approach to explain the same values that we have to make this
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country great. >> articulate the message, different stilgs of disseminating it. he says. wow. >> interesting. >> coming up next antonio sabato jr. came on and says he was the a battle with whoopi goldberg but they're friends. not the only one who has tangled with her. watch this. >> there was a an opportunity. >> ask her that. >> to save two more americans. >> didn't they ask her everything but what color her under arm hair is? >> yes. >> holy smokes. the question did eric bolling survive? he did and we have proof of life. >> what color is it? >> he joins us in moments. >> rounding the corner and coming in. behind our backs. the people of green bay, wisconsin, gripped by fear and the fear has a name, the clown roaming creepy the streets at night with a bouquet of black balloons. >> eek. >> and charles payne we want to show this video apparently. just went down the water slide can we convince eric bolling to do it too. we'll pay your dry cleaning bills!
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. >> in the spirit of the bachelorette i wanted to bring you some -- >> turn me into a republican. >> you're a trump supporter, very vocal about that. why is he your choice for president? >> well, first of all, right now
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he's my choice because i think he will be a better president than hillary clinton. we're down to two choices. >> right. >> exactly. >> why? >> so right now the supreme court is 4-4. it's conservative/liberal 4-4. hillary clinton has said she will put a liberal on the supreme court and a lot of things i think going forward i wrote the book about -- the book is a conservative road map bringing the country back to the center because we're being dragged so far left. >> some people bring olive branches you bring roses. very smart. eric bolling. >> you took control like in the first two minutes. >> everyone told me that whoopi was going to come after me and joy behar would have no part of me and take me down, didn't matter who else was there, that's what it was going to be about. that was on wednesday. tuesday night "the bachelorette" finale happened on abc, why not, in the spirit of the -- >> cute. >> bachelorette, i brought out roses and everyone gets a rose today. >> attempting to exclude anyone? >> no, no, no. everyone got a rose.
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>> we talked about that for a little bit. to be honest they were fantastic, joy and whoopi, they, obviously, don't like donald trump. they don't like my politics, but they're absolutely tough but fair also. >> you proposed to them, didn't you? >> after the show. >> smooth operator. we all have notes to take about how to disarm a situation like that. >> a little more about the argument you guys had or not argument but back and forth. >> back and forth. >> we will show you this clip and get you to respond. >> 13 hours between the time -- the first two died chris stevens and his -- >> what didn't -- >> died and the other -- >> didn't they ask her that you think they missed. they sat with her for 11 hours, what didn't they ask? >> who did you tell to stand down and why? >> didn't they ask her that. >> to save two more americans. >> didn't they ask her that, everything but what color her under arm hair is? >> yes. yes. >> and that's what they say it's an old argument, it's an old story. >> but we still don't know. still want to know who gave the
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stand down order. general hamm is nowhere to be found. love to talk to him and what he has to say about that night. look, they're fair. and they brought me back for a second segment. which i thought they were going to, you know, just go at it and it was more, you know, what do you -- why do you like donald trump. you did hear the audience clap because we're down to two choices and it's trump or hillary and i like trump and a portion of that very liberal audience clapped. maybe there's some indication there. >> speaking of trump he made a couple of endorsements yesterday which i'm sure you saw, paul ryan and john mccain and kelly ayotte, talking about it a great deal this morning. what do you make of his -- >> i was supposed to be on "the o'reilly factor" last night, doing it live watching the trump presser where he did announce took him 13 minutes to say he was going to endorse paul ryan, interesting, and then threw in john mccain and senator ayotte, surprised everyone. everyone in the room. i think it's him, donald trump's trying to bring in that -- the establishment wing of the party. i'm not sure it's going to work. but he certainly, if nothing
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else, people have said you need to focus and get the full republican party behind you. and he's trying it. so at least give him credit to say hey, i'm giving ate shot and see if it works out. i have a hunch if the rnc was next week the convention, those people still wouldn't have showed up to donald trump's convention anyway. >> for politics you have to make accommodations and do stuff like this, good for him. he's pretending to like them. will they pretend to like him back? >> i hope so. but i don't think so. i think you have a bifurcated gop right now. that establishment wing will never get behind him. you want to see like the most telling reaction to anyone you've ever seen. ask one of these establishment republicans if they're going to vote for donald trump on air. i will tell you, you get a look like, why did you just do that to me and that shouldn't be the case. we should be behind the most conservative candidate that we can elect and that right now is
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donald trump. >> agree with foreign policy and immigration. >> after the fbi skregtsion she call review, donald trump just said, hillary clinton is being badly criticized for her poor performance in answering questions. let us all see what happens. this was her first so-called press conference she's had since december. what do you call it? >> that was disturbing. i watched you talk to the gentleman in the audience right there and you guys nailed it. that was -- they called that a press conference. so 250 or 245 days that was a friendly audience, a campaign event. they can't call that a press conference. no tough questions as you pointed out. >> another gentleman in the room said the conference was billing it as a conversation, not as a press conference. >> look -- >> whether that's fair or not. >> very friendly room, didn't get any tough questions asked of her, so i don't think that was -- i don't think that was a press conference. and also, chris wallace was on last night and he said no, i don't accept that as an answer,
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short circuited. what does that mean anyway? i said chris, it means lie, right. he said it was clintonen. i said clintonen equals lie and he said i'll let you do that. she lied to chris and went ahead and lied to that room of journalists. >> can i ask a question about your book, all these endorsements on the back, bill o'reilly, sean hannity, donald trump, this book is huge, mark cuban, mark levin, a lot of these people despise each other but endorsed your book. >> it's the road map for conservatives back to the senate. dedicated the book to obama. >> really? >> brought us so far left we want to bring the country back to the right. >> your argument, is going back to america, means bringing us back to -- >> center right. >> and people that -- barack obama didn't write -- >> sore. >> i dedicated -- >> that be kribl. >> by the way he had a birthday party last night. sent him a book. see if he reads it in honor of his dedication. >> see this man, savvy man. >> bring limb a rose.
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>> i don't know about that. >> eric bolling, great to see you. >> i will bring you a rose next time. >> where's my rose? >> coming up after the break -- >> hold on. >> one of the most successful businessman in the swing state of ohio and a democrat too, he's joining us next to endorse donald trump. >> okay. that's coming up. and they want us to get to this. one of us is going to be going into that dunk tank right there on the plaza who is it going to be? tucker? eric? keith? me? >> i don't know. i have asthma... ...one of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine. i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment with breo. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways to help improve breathing for a full 24 hours.
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woman debbie wasserman schultz speaking out for the first time this morning since her resignation telling americans she knows who's responsible for leaking the e-mails. >> we had e-mails that were stolen, stolen by russian spies, and, you know, that really whipped so many into a frenzy that it became a distraction. >> wasserman schultz also insisting that despite dozens of videotaped evidence, that the florida delegation didn't boo her at the dnc unless, of course, boo means something else. the people of green bay, wisconsin, gripped by fear not just by my own minnesota vikings who are coming to get them this year, but because of a clone clown, this person, carrying a bouquet of black balloons, has been dubbed gags, and he's prompted people to call the police a responsible response. police are saying it's not
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illegal. it's just super creepy. which is very, very true. anna, you are not creepy. >> thanks for that. 16 minutes before the top of the hour. 15 minutes. an an trey pre nur and political insider is throwing his support behind donald trump and the successful businessman is a long-time democrat who ran unsuccessfully for cleveland mayor in 2013. his political move was sparked by a life-changing event and it's all in his brand new book "working for the greater good of all" joining us is the author ken lansy. ken, appreciate you joining us on "fox & friends" weekend. >> good morning, anna. thanks for having me. >> what was that life-changing event? >> i had a massive cardiac arrest and died. i saw the bright white light and felt the love of god and was good to go. i was -- i was happy enough to -- and it was just phenomenal. so, several hours later i woke up on a respirator and kind of the rest is history. >> well, why was that life-changing for you?
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what in your life changed exactly? >> the -- my life, you know, i had been blessed. i grew up in the projects of cleveland. i had just a high school education. and hard work and the grace of god, i've been extremely successful. i've helped family, friends, community. being italian, i love you, we kiss, we have a great time. i'm close to friends. i didn't need to come back. i didn't need to come back. and so rather than do the philanthropy that my wife linda and i have been doing, you know, on and off like everybody else, i decided to commit my life for the greater good of all because i believe this is what the good lord wanted me to do. >> i understand your candidate this election is donald trump. i think many were surprised during the primary to see donald trump win so much support from evangelicals who many thought they don't have the exact same lifestyle, pain exactly the same belief system, but they trust him to protect their religious
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freedoms and also to eradicate political correctness that's here in the united states. do you think that will transfer in the november election against hillary clinton? will he be able to get all of those voters? >> well, i truly believe in my heart and my faith that donald trump doesn't really realize yet the plan that god has for him. i think that there's a -- i liken it to thomas in the bible where he put his finger in and jesus said, you know, you -- you see and you not believe, those that haven't seen be blessed. >> yeah. >> he will find what when he puts his hand on the bible that hand of god will be there with him because there is no man that can do the job or woman, all right, without a strong faith and the help of god. >> we don't have a whole lot of time left, but i want to get your take on business. and donald trump and our fox news exit polls are showing or fox news polls are showing that he is more trusted by americans to handle the economy than
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hillary clinton. you are a successful businessman in ohio and the saying goes, so goes ohio so goes the nation. what does he need to do in the buckeye state? >> in the buckeye state when i ran for mayor the republican party held a fund-raiser for the other democrat. i'm a democrat. that's a democrat. as a businessman they didn't want me in. they didn't want somebody that they couldn't control. and so he is going through the same thing i have been going through when i ran. and i funded my own campaign as well. you know, i spent over a million dollars. but it didn't matter. >> ken, we appreciate your time today and wow, lucky that you had that life-changing experience and that you made it through. >> glad to be here, anna. >> thanks so much. >> thank you. author of the book "working for the greater good of all." all right. 49 minutes after the hour. coming up on "fox & friends" weekend, one of us is about to get dunked. tucker is sitting in the seat as eric warms up his arm. so will he go down? find out right after the break.
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we have been telling you about great ways to beat the heat and soak up what is left of these last few summer weeks. back with some of the top toys to help you do that. jacki, editor in chief of "toy insider." welcome back. >> thanks. >> it is it, people. summer is almost over. >> we have a few more weeks. >> it's so hot. want to enjoy it. >> it's hot out and we're ready to have a lot of fun with great water toys. >> tell us what you have. >> kids love the movie, families
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are all over it and hank from finding dory, a sprinkler, we have the great dory and nemo character masks which when you hold them up. >> you can still see out of them. >> you can still see out of them but looks just like nemo and dori from the movie. >> just like him. >> we have a great finding dory bubble machine so you can turn any play date into a bubble party. >> and you've got these kids out here. these kids have been having a blast out here today. >> all morning. >> it's hot, umid. >> water play date and these super cool floats like you've never seen before. wonder woman's invisible jet, luigi's cart from nintendo and these are bumper boats, floating in the pool, bumping, having a great time. he's sigds sitting on a sprinkler, little tykes ultimate sprinkler, fill it with air, plug in your hose and spraying water everywhere. >> that is amazing.
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>> so jacki, thank you so much for the stuff. toyinsider.com. find the information. now to pete, and anna and i will go to the slide. pete, you will talk about the slide. >> we're here at the slides. he's with magical productions entertainment. tell us about the gigantic slide and magical productions? >> it is the largest rentable water slide in the tri-state, 65 foot long, 27 foot high, huge 300 gallon pool at the end, extremely refreshing on a hot day. >> we saw charles payne go down in a suit. any attire is okay. >> wear a suit or dress up as santa claus, however you want to go. >> i think we have a couple running up the slide and we will come back. not just slides. you do a lot of things that go into entertaining, correct? >> yeah. >> as they -- as they climb the slide over to the slushy machine. what do you got here? >> what's your choice? >> pena colada or strawberry dak carry? >> refreshing. >> rent this out as well. >> nonalcoholic, of course.
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what the customer chooses to do after we drop it off is at their discretion. >> this is commercial or residential. >> commercial or residential. >> how can folks reach you again. >> check out our website at clowns4kids.com. >> clowns4kids.com. because we're all kids and clowns at heart even if we're adults. anna coming down the slide right now. >> almost. >> well done. >> little more wet. >> we need to wet it up there. note to production to get it. i will go down later. kids coming down. rick is going to play in the pool. after we wrap up we have a tucker carlton in full suit in the dunk tank. eric bolling is intimidating. eric bolling used to play baseball i'm told and he will get a couple shots to put tucker in that dunk tank in a suit and we're going to watch it live right here on "fox & friends." stick with us. thank you very much for showing us about --
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