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>> i love a little florida georgia line. >> nice to be here. little bit of a week off. >> you are watching "fox & friends first" on this monday morning. i am abby huntsman. >> i am heather childers. thank you for starting your day and week off with us. a bay of fun at a water park turns to tragedy. >> a 10-year-old boy dies going down the world's tallest water park. >> new details on what really happened as investigators try to piece it all together. kelly wright joins us live with the latest on this tragedy. >> good morning to you as well heather and abbie. no one knows what went wrong. they only know the family is in mourning as the young boy dies on the water park ride.
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they caused the park to delay opening three times in 2014. the water slide at the water park in kansas city, kansas is the tallest in the world. it will drops them 100 feet at 65 miles an hour. they are telling local media outlets the harness wasn't working before the tragedy. on sunday at the park 10-year-old caleb swab the son of kansas state representative scott swab was riding when something went horribly wrong. michelle and i want to thank kansas city kansas community and all of our friends and family for the outpouring of support and compassion as relates to the sudden loss of life for our son caleb. thomas swab. your continued prayers are welcome and appreciated.
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>> we are saddened to share a young boy died this afternoon. >> the parks closed while officials investigate this afternoon. they are not giving details as to what may have gone wrong. >> to be honest, this is not something we have experienced. safety of our guests is a priority. in addition to the safety of what happened on the ride others are affected. our prayers and condolences to the schwab family. >> investigation will begin on that one. >> we have another fox news lart for you. chilling new photos claiming a show of stockpile of sensitive american military equipment captured isis. the equipment includes communications, gear, a rocket launcher and weapons. isis also claiming to have the military id of a u.s. army
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specialist. they are confirming the soldier is alive and not captured isis. it is possible the equipment was left behind during recent operations but the troops were never forced to retreat by the enplea. >> a desperate search an american professor kidnapped in kabul. they were snatched from the campus of the american university of afghanistan. the pair reportedly taken by five mendes guyed as national security officers. the kidnapping comes after a group of tourists including americans were killed at religious sites. >> private e-mail server after an iranian scientist is executed for allegedly spying for the u.s. tom cotton clinton's server contains many images from her saying our friend has to be given a way out. that was back in 2010.
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>> in the e-mails that were on hillary clinton's private server there were conversations between senior advisors about shahram, amiri. they put highly classified information on a server. her judgment is not suited to keep this country safe. amiri claims he was kidnapped by the cia but they paid him $5 million for information about iran's nuclear program. >> now the race for the white house an economic show down in motown. donald trump outlines his program days before rival hillary clinton is set to do the same thing. kristin fisher is live for us with the dee tails. >> this week trump and clinton will be giving major speeches from the same city, detroit. hillary clinton thursday
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today. it was a very bad week full of controversy, party insiding and bad polls. the latest one out yesterday from abc news in the "washington post" has clinton ahead by 8.50. in honesty and trust worthiness both are tied. 52 percent say neither are controversy. trump went into full attack mode by using clinton's own words against her. wi he said she short circuited when talking about the e-mails. he had a video of a sort circuiting clinton robot. >> i hope you will compare what i am imposing compared to what my opponent is talking about.
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i may have short circuited. >> clinton didn't directly respond to that ad but she responded by releasing her own video questioning trump's ties to russia. here's a clip. >> one more reason why we are not seeing this type of thing because he's involved in dealing with russian oligarchy. >> is he getting money from russia? is his business built on russian loans? >> so you have clinton questioning trump's ties to russia and putin. trump is questioning clinton's mental health. we always knew it would get ugly. it is safe to say we are there. >> we haven't even gotten to the debate. >> it will only get worse from here. >> kristin, thank you so much. >> former house speaker newt combing rich admitting donald trump has made some mistakes. >> yeah, but he says hillary is
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way worse off aft. >> tsz one thing to lie about lying. friday she gave us a perfect investigation. her voice short circuited while talking to you. using a short circuit as a way to do something is dangerous. i will take the week. she managed to trump trump in terms of a mistake. i think he's gotten the messages. he came out and endorsed paul rye ap endorsed john mccain which he shouldn't have done in the first place. it is tricky if you have never run from public office to jump from a businessman to being one of the two leaders fighting for the presidency. he has made mistakes. >> a dealt dau disaster -- delta disaster. a total system outage prompting major lines from london to los angeles. it isn't clear what caused the
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issue or when flights are getting back on track. they are staying in constant communication with passengers, hopefully it will not be much longer. >> a lot of people dealing with this. rain wreaking havoc around the world today. it is out of macedonia showing destruction caused by flooding after days of rain. storms leaving 21 people dead. >> in wake of hurricane earl downgraded to a tropical storm 40 people killed as walls of mud swept through the town. >> rain on the way to florida. emergency officials warning them to prepare for heavy rainfall and possible flooding. >> maria this is a wild week of relief. >> we are expecting heavy rain across florida because of the tropics. they are bringing in areas of
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heavy rain and it has been doing so through out the entire week. you can see the heavy rain moving in from the gulf of mexico and we have tropical moisture further off in georgia and expanding into the mid atlantic. it will be unsettled for the next couple days. the area of low pressure won't be moving much. some could see moran than a foot of rainfall. flash flooding will be a real threat and eventually heavy rain moving further off to the north as well across the mid atlantic and the southeast. now let's talk about the temperatures. much improved across portions of the east coast. they will stay that way. upper 80's in atlanta, ra will lee and new york. you will be on the messy side with the moisture moving on in. no changes oh you tell here in parts of texas 103 degrees for the forecast high temperature in dallas and dell rio. over in kansas city, pleasant low 80's forecast.
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low 80's in chicago and indianapolis. let's head over to you heather and abby. >> thank you. we will see you back here. >> team usa now leading the olympics in rio with 12 gold medals. >> michael phelps winning his 19th olympic gold medal helping his team swim to victory in the relay. >> winning the first individual swimming gold medal. they posted an sgleez victory in the women's 400 meter. break her own record by nearly 3 seconds. >> simone biles leads the u.s. women's gym mastic team to the top of the leader board. they dominated with a jaw dropping qualification performance. >> that's my favorite the gymnastics for sure. >> not all big wins. serena and venus williams lost to a czech republic duo.
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they remained unbeaten in the olympic competition. >> what happened? they haven't lost. >> phelps will try home run his 20th gold medal in his 200 meter butterfly and the u.s. men's basketball team one of my favorites. they are back on the court as well. i go to bed watching the olympics and feel so inspired. >> go usa. 11 minutes after the top of the hour. pokeymon murder. after a knowledcollege baseball gunned down-playing pokeymon go. the uphill battle in krit corral swing states. >> can trump win ohio? >> can trump win ohio? he is going to win parts of ohio where people are really hurting. >> what can donald trump do to win the swing states? our political panel is here to weigh in. >> the moment a woman mounts her mercedes on top of a pretty rare
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>> managing editor aaron maclaine and fox news contributor cameron holder. thanks for joining us this morning. >> good morning. >> ohio has 18 electoral votes. we heard the clinton democrat won arizona back in 1996. smud the gop be concerned? >> absolutely. the reason why is i understand that trump is speaking to a larger audience and a general message of people being upset feeling disenfranchised. arizona is a border seat. mexico is our neighbor. the community had rapists drug dealers and whatnot. it is a community of people who are mexican american and who make up part of society. a lot of those voters who are not registered and hillary clinton and her team are on the
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ground registering all of these latinos. i think arizona is a very important state that donald trump needs to speak to. also his comment about mccain aren't helping. >> the state of ohio we often talk about the state. you look at the last 30 presidents 28 of them have taken the state of ohio. talk to us about how important this one is. >> ohio is key for bop candidates. they are questioning whether or not trump can win a state is obviously an issue his campaign. the fact that arizona is a topic is a tremendous concern to trump's campaign not counting 196 the last time arizona went to a democrat was 1952. the polls had him down in the
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polls. you are lacking at a wave election an election where unusual things can happen republicans are in danger in the senate and the house. if we could bring up the polls ohio 28.8 percent and hillary clinton was 42.6 percent. arizona trump is still leading slightly 44 percent to clinton's 42 percent. one of the issues is the honesty factor with hillary clinton. tim kaine was unable over the weekend to answer questions when asked whether hillary clinton lied about the e-mail user and public information. >> i have heard clinton say over and over again when sitting next to her and watching her on tv with respect to the e-mails i
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have made a mistake. chris might have been asking her a different question. it is the same thing she has said knowing what i know now i wouldn't have done the private server. this is something she is learned from. we will be really transparent. >> both of the characters are a highly unlikable. when are we going to be done with this e-mail issue and benghazi. i understand they are serious issues. i am not minimizing them but it speaks to so many bigger issues to ask tim kaine about it is asking pence to comment on trump's comments about the kahn family. >> are you publicans are saying there's so much to work with when you are donald trump dealing with hillary clinton. why did he get so off course? is this a new normal or bad week
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for him? >> was last week an absolute cratering event we can recover from or is he going to be like this through november? >> senator kaine's answer to that pun is sort of like the five rules of dodge ball, dodge, dip, dive, and duck. there is no good answer. any one associated with clinton's campaign because of her congenital unwillingness to be forthcoming is going to have to find a way to dodge these questions. it will go on and on. >> reminded me about the movie with dodge ball which is very fitting with this election. >> thank you foring with with us this morning. >> thanks, 20 minutes after the top of the hour. college controversy historical paintings coming down because they might effect students. >> making a social media slash
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michael phelps won an olympic swimmer. meet his 3 month old son going viral. look how cute.
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the trump sign went up in flames in front of his yard. they blame hillary clinton thugs for torching the sign and considering it a hate crime. they have seen similar treatment from being denied at restaurants and battered with eggs and insults at rallies.
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cancelling the hall of fame between cults and conditions. preseason match to be mixed. the artificial turf was too hard possibly posing safety issues. tickets are being fully responded. almost time for the season, though. >> that's exciting. >> time to brew on this. old paintings are stirring up controversy at one college. they say two 80-year-old paintings could traumatize students. they have been per trade with the early history. take a look at this one showing french traitors in canoes. people can only see it by appointment. >> the other show is a wooden fort constructed by the french. is it offensive or have the pc police gone too far? send us your comments on social
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media or faceboe-mail. >> taking aim at donald trump. >> donald trump didn't even understand that put tin was playing him. in putin's mind he has no doubt he thinks he's an unwitting agent of the russian federation. although putin would never say that. >> hillary clinton's new attack dog the former head of the cia coming down hard on the cia. donald trump's response up next. clean food. words you don't often hear. words we at panera live by. because clean food is food as it should be. with no artificial flavors, preservatives, sweeteners, and no colors from artificial sources. we think clean food tastes better, feels better, does better. 100% of our food will be clean by year's end. every bite will be food as it should be.
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♪ >> florida georgia new york city and every where in between it is starting to roll up there in new york city. nice to be back with everyone. >> good to see you. welcome to "fox & friends first". day of fun at the water park turns into tragedy. 10-year-old boy seen there died going down the world's tallest water slide, one that had a lot of scrutiny over the safety before opening. >> heartbreaking. n few details on what happened as investigators try to piece it all together. kelly wright joins us live. >> this is so tragic. at this time no one knows what went wrong. they only know a family is in mourning after their young son died on the water park's most
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popular ride. one riddled with safety concerns causing the park to delay its opening at least three times in 2014. the water slide at the water park in kansas city, kansas is the tallest slide in the world. it drops riders almost 170 feet at 65 miles per hour and multiple people are telling local media outlets the harness was not working before the tragedy. sunday appreciation day at the park caleb schwab the son of representative scott schwab died on the ride when something went horribly wide. we want to thank the kansas city can stas community and all of our friends and family for the outpouring of support and compassion as it relates to the sudden loss of life for our son
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caleb thomas schwab. your prayers are appreciated. >> we are saddened to share a young boy lost his life this afternoon. >> they are not giving any details as to what may have gone wrong. >> to be honest, this is not something we have experienced at schlitterbahn. the safety of our guests are a priority. in addition to safety and what happened on the ride others are affected. >> it is not clear when the water park will reopen. you can image it is quite a stuff ordeal not only for the water park but certainly for the family. >> all i could think about this morning. >> for other water parks as well. >> kelly, thank you so much. >> also new overnight a delta disaster the airline delayed all around the world this morning. the company experiencing a total
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system outage. that is right. of course prompting major minds from london to los angeles. it isn't clear when it will get back on track. >> isis claiming responsibility for an attack in belgium that injured two sflirss. they identified the him as a nigerian man. they went on a rampage over the weekend south of brussels flashing two officers while shouting allah akbar. a third officer shot and killed kb. >> students previously cleared in the charlie hebdo attack in paris is now under arrest. hamid mirade was stopped in turkey after allegedly trying to join isis in syria. he was believed to be the get
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away driver in last year's attack which killed 12 people. classmates gave him an alibi saying he was in school at the time. he will go back to france to face charges. and now to the campaign trail donald trump headed to detroit to outline his economic plan in a move that his team hopes will turn things around after his poll numbers plummet. kristin fisher is live in washington, d.c. kristin, good morning. >> good morning. they have have been using trump against her. >> she tried to clarify previous comments about her private e-mail server. that phrase was too good for trump to pass up. so over the weekend he released this video of a short circuiting clinton row robot.
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>> i hope you will compare what i am proposing to what my opponent is talking about. i may have short circuited... >> clinton responded by releasing her own video yesterday questioning trump's ties to russia. here's a clip. >> perhaps one more reason why we are not seeing this type of thing because you are dealing with russian oligarchy. >> is he getting money from russia? is his business built on russian loans? >> right now clinton is ahead in almost any poll. they have her ahead 50 to 42. in terms of honest and trust worthiness the two are tied.
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neither are trust worthy. clint polls are full of controversy and party infighting. they hope to turn it around in detroit. that's where trump will have a major economic policy speech. hot on his heels is clinton. hillary clinton will be back with the same kind of speech on thursday. >> i am sure everything is just a coincidence. >> looking forward to hearing those. all about the job. >> hillary clinton meantime she is making a new effort to put her trust issues and e-mail scandal behind her with a new attack dog. former acting cia director michael morrell. >> i provided her, personally provided her some of the most sensitive information that the central ingenls agency had. she never misused it. she always protected it. i would trust her with the crowned jewels of the united states government and more importantly with the future security of the country. >> pretty strong words.
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those statements in response to the fbi investigation that concluded clinton was extremely careless with top secret information. morell went after trump even calling trump a double agent for moscow. >> donald trump didn't even understand that putin was playing him. in putin's mind i have no doubt that he is an unwitting agent of the russian federation, although putin wouldn't say that. >> donald trump immediately firing back on twitter saying michael morell the light weight former director of the cia and a man who made bad calls is a total clinton flunky. >> getting messy. >> fire and floods high winds fuel ago massive wildfire in san bernardino california. forcing several families from their homes.
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>> the sunshine state bracing for flooding with the rain. it will be a big mess for a lot of folks. >> tracking this area of low pressure moving slowly out there across parts of northern florida bringing heavy rain through out the entire weekend. as you can see over the past 24-hours it has continued out there. they hope it will happen the next few days. some picking up more than a foot of rain across northern florida. because of that we have a number of watches in effect and flash flood warnings out there across portions of fornorthern florida south of i 10. switching gears i want to take you to parts of the northern rockies. we have damaging winds and hail possible. it will be another hot one across the central and southern plains. meanwhile forecasts in the upper 80's in new york and raleigh.
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let's head back inside. >> 20 minutes to the top of the hour. wait until you hear this one. a member of the bush family who is now working for the gop to support donald trump. >> leonardo dicaprio the olympian? the olympic winner going viral for the uncanning resem lens to o. i showed you already like three times! you know we're gonna teach you how to use these, so, buy one phone for your kid and get one free for you. it's easier that way. this back to school season, buy one samsung galaxy s7 and get one free. plus, sprint's network reliability is now within 1% of verizon... ...and sprint saves you 50% on most verizon, at&t and t-mobile rates. and mom, don't forget to poke your friends on book face.
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carrying 17 divers. no one was seriously hurt in that incident. >> meantime a major scare on the cycling course in rio. a dutch psychist crashing in the final stages of yesterday's race. she was heading for victory when she lost control rounding a corner. she clipped a curb sending her flying over the handle bars. she has three fractured vertebrae and a conclusion. slip lee coons with said to be a reason for the crash. >> jeb bush's son asking texas republican to support the republican presidential nominee. >> (inaudible) >> hitting the road with coffee
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in hand part of the -- new jersey may outlaw any activities that don't mean operating the motor vehicle which would be sipping the cup of coffee sitting behind the wheel. fines could be 600 to $800 and could result in a licensed suspension for repeat offenders. >> time to check in with steve doocy with what is coming up on fox & friends first. there's a new jeep coming out? >> a while back -- good morning to both of you ladies. a while back we showed you video of hackers who figured a way to get into the brains of a jeep. did crazy things. now they are back. they have more scary things on how they can take control of a car while you are driving it. you think you are behind the wheel, you are in charge? no. the hackers are. what you need to know about your jeep coming up at 7:45 here on
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welcome back. now time for going viral. michael phelps may have just broke another world record, but the olympic swimmer is not the only one wearing a gold medal. >> no, carly shimkus with fox
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news headline here with what is trending from the olympics. nice to have you here with us. >> good morning. a whole bunch of great stuff. michael phelps clinching his 19th gold. a member of his cheering section is on instagram. his 3-month-old son cheering on team u.s.a. i'm ready to go after my daddy re-retires in another sweet photo shows the little boy rocking red, white and blue with the caption i'm ready to see some more fast swimming. go get 'em, daddy, go get 'em, u.s.a. >> i'd wear that t-shirt. i like that outfit. >> so the olympic archer has a celebrity look alike. american archer brady ellison. many saying he looks just like a serna kad mia ward-winning actor. can you guess who it is? dubbing ellison leonardo did
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dicaprio's twin. he helped the u.s. archery win the u.s. silver medal. >> i think leo needs to make a movie. >> that would be perfect. >> the brady ellison story. i love it. so it does benefit some folks to be funny on twitter. i try to be funny but not really ever successful at it. leslie jones was. >> you're absolutely right about that. "ghost busters" actress spent the weekend cheering on team u.s.a. so enthusiastically, she actually secured an invitation to the olympics. check out one of her tweets. >> go u.s.a. go. nbc executive producer just noticed and tweeted at her saying, okay, you're officially invited to rio. wanna come. she actually tweeted about this a couple of hours ago saying she is considering the invitation.
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>> she's great on twitter though. >> i would do more than consider it. i would go. >> how about that? i would, too. go u.s.a. >> we've got to work on our twitter game. >> thanks so much. >> good to see you. it is now about eight minutes until the top of the hour and the delta disaster you have to know about. the airline experiencing worldwide outage this morning with delays all around the world. what the airline is saying about when things will be back to normal. that's up next. and historic paintings taken down because this might torment students? your e-mail is pouring in on this one.
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los angeles. no word when delta plans to be back on track. donald trump just hours away from unveiling his tax plan in detroit. it will include things like tax deductible child care and 15% tax. how do you think it will impact the campaign. #keeptalking. and time now for the good, the bad and the ugly. up first, the good. a man now living with a donated heart walking his donor's daughter down the aisle. that heart saved arthur thomas's life ten years ago. he along with the newlywed will be joining us at 6:20 later this morning with their incredible story. and then watch this incredible video as a car slams into another car head on. luckily no one was seriously injured. and the ugly. this attempt at parallel parking. a woman backing a classic
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mercedes benz right into a ferrari. both cars were damaged. that car retails for just under $300,000, that's all. well, now it is time for your brew on this responses. old paintings stirring up some new controversy at one college. the university of wisconsin says 2 80-year-old paintings that have been up since the 1930s can traumatize students. this is one of them showing members in canoes and a wooden fort by the french. is this offensive or have the pc police gone too far. an overwhelming amount of you have said you're okay with it. it's called history for a reason. and maria adds, right or wrong, our nation's history is important. it must not be erased. and debby says, as a native
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american i don't find this offensive at all. so keep your opinions flowing in on that one and we'll continue to share them. "fox & friends" starts right now. we hope that you have a great week. thanks for joining us. bye-bye. well, good monday morning to you and your family. august 8th. i'm ainsley earhardt. we start with this. it is a fox news alert. it is a total nightmare for travelers all around the world this morning. delta is grounding all its flights this morning after suffering a complete system failure overnight. so what went wrong? we have the breaking developments in just a few moments. in other news, that guy right there, that scientist apparently turned spy exposed on hillary clinton's private e-mail server and he was just executed by the country of iran for treason. his connection to the clinton state department and what this means for our national security straight ahead. and when her father dd


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