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is getting slammed online. a white halo like blur behind hunt. left arm. left arm, right? they say a big chunk is missing from her shoulder area. we're going to have to leave it there. figure it out. "fox & friends" starts right now. bye. good morning to you and to your family at home. it's wednesday, it's august 10th and i'm ainsley ensweinsley ear. >> if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. the second amendment people, maybe there is, i don't know. >> so this morning we're going to show you how trump is clarifying what he meant. meanwhile, was this -- sorry, leland, it's yours. >> go ahead. >> so is this dnc staffer charged with leaking these dnc
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e-mails. the new founder shows that the staffer may have been the source. >> now me. >> thank you. >> then socialists fresh off his campaign for president, bernie sanders is cashing in. he just bought a $600,000 summer house for the champaign socialist. life from new york. this is "fox & friends." it's a crazy wednesday. we're switching things around here. >> look at that. leland vittert, thank you for coming in. >> come on over here. you're too far away. >> that doesn't often happen when i go to a bar. no, i'm here to prove -- >> bar? >> -- mornings are better with friends. >> look at that. we've got lots to talk about. >> we do. >> we start with politics. >> right to that race for the white house. donald trump clarifying his remarks about the second amendment speech. >> meantime, ainsley, hillary clinton is trying to make a quick buck off of the trump controversy. >> fox news senior national
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correspondent john roberts is live from abington, virginia, with the latest this morning. good morning, john. >> leland, agesly, steve, good morning to you. donald trump finds himself in a familiar place this morning, back in the eye of the storm after comments he made yesterday at a big rally in wilmington, north carolina, talking about hillary clinton and warning that she would appoint supreme court justices who would likely uphold gun laws. donald trump said this. >> hillary wants to abolish -- essentially abolish second amendment. by the way, if she gets to pick -- if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. although the second amendment people, maybe there is, i don't know, but -- but i'll tell ya what, that will be a horrible day. >> many people interpreted that as trump urging gun owners to take matters into their own hands if hillary clinton becomes
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president. the clinton campaign immediately started a fundraising drive off of that. trump insists though he was talking about the political power of supporters at the ballot box in november tweeting out yesterday, quote, media desperate to distract from clinton's anti-two-way stance. i said pro two-way city -- 2a citizens must organize and get out and vote to save our constitution. he said last night anything other than that is absolute nonsense. >> nobody in that room thought anything other than what you said. this is a political movement. this is a strong, powerful movement, the second amendment. hillary wants to take your guns away. there can be no other interpretation. even reporters have told me. i mean, give me a break. >> no question we'll hear a lot more about this today. donald trump in southwest virginia. the abington bristol area. unemployment regionally is 7.6%. big problems with the economy, heroin abuse, methamphetamine.
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all with the collapse of the coal industry. a lot for trump to talk about on the campaign trail. >> always has a lot. john, thank you very much for joining us from the commonwealth of virginia. mr. trump's ambiguous comments have alarmed some political, you know, viewers and people who watch this kind of stuff. media elites. pretty much said, did you hear that? he's saying people should assassinate hillary clinton. even though you look at what he was saying and his campaign says he was talking about the voters not violence. >> well, you have to be very careful when you're a journalist and you're putting words in someone's mouth. that's exactly why when you want him to clarify what he said, you ask him. that's what sean hannity did. he clarified what he meant by that. >> words matter as the media has been saying so long in this race. when you look at the words he said, it's fairly clear he was talking about people who believe in the second amendment going
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out to vote. there's a big distance here that's a long way to saying, oh, gee, somebody is prone to violence. that's a huge difference. >> meanwhile, dr. ben carson was on the channel last night and he said, look, media's got a big challenge here. >> the left and donald trump's opposition can only win if they can constantly make him the issue so of course this is -- this is just the beginning. they're going to pick apart every possible thing that he says and try to get off the topic. believe me, they will continue to do this. if you want to know what he meant by the comment, why not ask him? why is it that everybody else is an expert on what he means but he can't have a say on it? it doesn't make any sense. it smacks of people who are desperately looking for a way to divert attention away from the important areas. >> he's exactly right. if you have a question about -- yeah, if you have a question about what your friend said to
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you, you're going to go up to them and say, can you clarify that? what do you mean by that? then he'll explain. that's what he does. >> so instead of talking about, for instance, the story we're going to be talking about with judicial watch about how hillary clinton sold the u.s. out, we're going to be getting to that, or the fact that omar mateen's father showed up at that -- what exactly was donald trump talking about. if you look at what he said, it was ambiguous. barack obama was way ahead. she mentioned rfk and his assassination. remember this? >> we all remember bobby kennedy was assassinated in june in
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california. you know, i just -- i don't understand this. >> i remember that. many people were thinking that he was insinuating that that would happen to barack obama and that's why she needed to stay in the race. >> think about the outrage that she now had and sort of the hypocrisy of the outrage here fundraising off of what donald trump said which one could argue what donald trump said is far more ambiguous and far more benign than what that suggested. that was a dog whistle to some of her supporters. >> let's ask the viewers. send in your responses. send it to friends news@fox news.com. >> friends of fox news.com. meanwhile, the internet, there are a number of conspiracy theories out there. >> they're on the internet? >> there are a lot of them regarding a dnc staffer who was murdered a few weeks ago. his name there, seth rich. 27 years old. >> 27 years old. >> shot four times in the back
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in northwest washington. it happened at 4:30 in the morning. some have suggested robbery and yet the killers took nothing. >> they didn't take his wallet. >> or his watch. >> or his iphone. >> all right there. now, wikileaks is offering a $20,000 reward and some on the internet are suggesting, wait a minute, was he the source of the wikileaks dnc leak? >> those e-mails that were released and led to debbie wasserman schultz. >> the clintons were blaming that on russia. they were trying to get trump in. julian assange on danish television saying, perhaps not so quick. >> listen to this. >> the stuff that you're sitting on is a surprise there. wikileaks never sits on material.
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whistle blowers city go to very significant risk. the 27-year-old worked for the dnc, was shot in the back, murdered just a few weeks ago for unknown reasons as he was walking down the street in washington. >> that was just a robbery, i believe, wasn't it? >> no. there's no findings. >> what are you suggesting? what are you suggesting? >> i'm suggesting that our sources take risks and they -- they become concerned to see things occurring like that. >> is that what one of your sources said? >> we don't comment on our sources. >> wow. >> wow. >> why doesn't assange comment on whether or not the guy was the source? i mean, he's dead. >> sounds like -- he was saying it sounds like when you listen to that that this guy could have been a source. >> still, you have to protect your sources even in death as a journalist, but considering that wikileaks picked this one murder
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out of the dozens of unsolved murders in washington, d.c., and hundreds around the country, they picked this one murder of seth rich and said, okay, we're going to offer a $20,000 reward. one could argue that's saying just as much. >> well, but to your earlier point about how many people have said, look, the hack came from russia, russia's out to help trump. by this distraction or whatever they're doing right here, suddenly it looks like, wait, maybe it wasn't russia. maybe it was this guy or somebody else just to kind of muddy the water. >> the question is, what does he know that we don't know? >> how much do you trust julian assange? >> good question. >> so far the stuff has been accurate. >> true. let's hand it over to heather now for some headlines. >> good morning. leland, great to have you up here. >> yeah. >> welcome back. good morning to all of you. we start right now with a fox news alert. anniversary protest in the death of michael brown turning to chaos in ferguson, missouri, overnight. take a look.
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>> [ bleep ]. >> oh! oh! somebody's shooting! somebody's shooting! oh, my god! >> a car speeding through a group of protesters blocking a street hitting a man so hard he went flying through the air. seconds later gunshots were fired. shooting at the car that was speeding away sending people running for their lives. the man who was hit was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. michael brown was shot by a police officer in 2014 as you may recall and set off violent anti-police riots across the country. house speaker paul ryan hand dilly winning his congressional primary fending off his challenger. ryan with more than 80% of the votes against trump supporter paul naylon. donald trump praised naylon's campaign. trump ultimately supported paul ryan. well, not bad for a socialist.
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former presidential candidate bernie sanders just bought a $600,000 summer house. the new waterfront home has four bedrooms and 500 feet of lake front along lake champlain in vermont. it is beautiful up there. it's the sanders' family's third home. h'm. and a gold rush for team u.s.a. in the rio games. michael phelps taking home two more gold medals first in the men's 200 meter butterfly and then he anchors the 4x200 relay making his gold medal count now 21. katie ledecky winning her second gold medal in the women's 200 meter freestyle. let's talk about some gymnastics. the women's team, our team dominating the world stage led by aly raisman and simone biles. running away with their second consecutive gold medal. the u.s. still leading all medal categories with 26 in total
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followed by china, 17. nice job, team u.s.a. those are your headlines. a nice way to leave this. >> even though we knew when we turned on the tv last night that team u.s.a., the women, won the gold we watched and it was fantastic. >> if we have bags under our eyes, that's why. i can't turn it off at night. i should be sleeping. >> 21 gold medals, what does michael phelps do, one for every room in the house? put one in the bathroom? >> great for coming out of retirement. we're proud of you, michael phelps. >> did you see who was behind hillary clinton at the campaign event? the orlando terrorist father. how in the world does that happen? >> high school football coach fired for praying on the field now taking his fight for faith to a whole new level. we're going to explain. i have asthma... ...one of many pieces in my life.
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there screen right in the red hat right there at an event in florida. you can see him right there. the clinton campaign claims he was not invited and now disavows his support, but how did that happen? let's talk to tom harb. he's the co-chair of the american middle eastern coalition for donald trump. good morning to you, tom. >> good morning. >> when you heard that this mass murder terrorist father showed up at a hillary clinton event and was seated right behind her on camera, what did you think? >> i think our community here in south florida were livid. our gays and lesbians are livid. the corridor -- the i-4 corridor which she came to impact and make her voice heard, they were upset and i think it backfired on her. furthermore, i don't think he just showed up by coincidence. the guy had to drive 2, 2 1/2 hours to come up here so it was
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an engineered, orchestrated move i believe by the muslim brotherhood and their affiliates in the united states where they are embedded within the campaign and also we know while she was secretary of state the state department was an open door for the muslim brotherhood. we know the obama administration, they have advisors from the muslim brotherhood. >> well, if they engineered it, what kind of message would that send? i'm confused. >> i think the message they are trying to send over here, that any terrorist activity takes place, it's a lone individual, mentally disturbed like his son -- like the atrocity he committed. however, they are trying to protect what we call islamic jihadist terrorism taking place worldwide here in the united states. >> you say -- >> so that's what they're trying to separate. >> tom, you say his appearance
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there, his presence was an insult to all middle easterners, right? >> absolutely. to our community because we do not want to provoke incidents like this. we want to support the right people in this country. we want to try to identify the islamic jihadists worldwide and help authority and law enforcement to find them and take them out before they commit any atrocities. >> well, the campaign says he was not invited although i think to get seated in camera view back there, somebody from the staff has to place you there. i'm sure somebody has some explaining to do there. tom harb, we thank you very much for joining us today from orlando, florida. >> you're welcome. thank you. >> what do you think of that? e-mail us friends @fox news.com. they're not even supposed to be here, so how are thousands of illegals once locked up back out on the street? remember when the mainstream media hit john mccain over his
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24 minutes after the hour on this wednesday morning. nice to have you with us. a quick look at the headlines. the kansas water park where a 10-year-old boy was killed will reopen this morning. caleb schwab was thrown from the nearly 170 feet long water slide to his death sparking outrage as past riders claim they reported strap issues in the past including one woman who took this picture of her friend, you can see right there, the shoulder strap came completely
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off mid ride. don't miss her story. she's joining us live later on "fox & friends" 7:00 a.m. eastern. in just hours the department of justice will release a scathing report accusing the baltimore police department of racial bias. the doj slamming officers for stopping and arresting young african-americans for what they say is no reason, and this comes more than a year after violent riots erupted over the death of freddie gray. the police officers in that case just had their charges dropped. ainsley, over to you. >> thanks so much, leland. the main street media wouldn't let up over john mccain's age and his health. at that i can a listen. >> is mccain simply too old to get elected? >> it's john mccain's health we're talking about and he's running for the highest office in the land. >> how concerned are doctors that the skin cancer may, in fact, return?
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>> all right. but it seems there's a double standard for the democrats. this photo causing concern that hillary clinton is being helped up the stairs at a campaign stop in february. should we know more about her health history? here to discuss this is dr. marc siegel and neurologist dr. fiona gupta. how important is it for us to see the presidential candidates' health records. >> i think it's very important. in 2008 we put the bar at a different level because of john mccain. i looked at the records i said, this is ridiculous. after i did that i said, okay, let's be consistent. especially if they're elderly. guess what, donald trump is 70 and hillary clinton is almost 69. i want to see both their full records. let's be fair. and hillary in 2012, you know, had a huge concussion. she sustained -- she was found to have a blood clot on the outside of her brain. i've been asking since 2012 to see her neurological records.
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you know, her internist revealed a statement that after her concussion she recovered, she had an mri, everything was fine. her follow-up tests were okay but no neurologist has ever come forward and we haven't seen her records. i want to see her full records. >> that's why we brought you on, dr. gupta, so you can tell us how the concussion affected her. the time line. and to be fair, we don't have donald trump's because he hasn't held public office. let's start with hillary in 1998, she reportedly had a blood clot in her leg. 2009 fractures her elbow in a fall walking to the white house. 2011 falls boarding an airplane in yemen. 2012 she faints, hits her head and suffers a concussion. diagnosed with a blood clot and 2014 photographed as you saw being helped up the stairs. from a neurological perspective
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a lot of this has to do with her brain, her mind, the concussions. what should we be concerned about? >> neurologically speaking, again, as dr. segel mentioned for both candidates, medical history, neurological history has to be a concern. secretary clinton has to have a history leading to a post concussive syndrome and a venous thrombosis. i think follow-up is important and to speculate, that would be irresponsible or unethical but to really get a good follow-up. >> how do you explain the fainting? the concussion, the fainting is not normal. >> falling can be because of a myriad of issues. in her case there was reports of dehydration, gastrointestinal issue. stress of that could cause this, too. >> dr. segel? >> she's also on blood thinners. i would put those two together. whatever the causes of the falls, we have to be extra careful for anyone that's on
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lifetime blood thinners. she's on them because she's had repeated clots, one in her leg and one on the outside of the brain. her father died of a stroke at a young age. you know, could there be a family history of that? this would make you want to watch her more carefully and, again, see the full records. i want to see what a neurologist like dr. gupta said about her. >> john mccain released pages and pages. their doctors have released one page each. her doctor in 2015 said she had been treated for blood clot and under active thyroid glands. donald trump's doctor said his health was extraordinary. coming up, he's a former navy s.e.a.l. and now he is taking aim at washington. >> eric greitens is under attack from obama's democratic machine. eric greitens is a concerned
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that's food as it should be. ♪ okay. two things. number one, u.s. women won gold again in rio. look at this. shocking e-mail revealed that hillary clinton sold the u.s. out. state department favors for clinton foundation cash. all right. so this bombshell batch of hillary clinton's e-mails exposed overnight. >> that's right. a watchdog group releasing hillary's 300 never before seen e-mails showing the clinton
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department ordering top aides to open the doors to top donors. >> peter doocy live. good morning, peter. >> reporter: good morning. there is new evidence this morning suggesting that the best way to get really good access to the clinton's state department was to give millions and millions of dollars to the clinton's family charity because there are these new e-mails obtained by judicial watch, including some from the clinton server that nobody has seen yet that show bill clinton's long time aide and former body man doug van then pressuring then secretary clinton's aides to connect greg gilbert sagory to have access. he's loved in lebanon. very important. then clinton aide huma abedin. it's jeff feltman. i'm sure he knows jeff band
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replies, better if you call him. now preferable. this is very important. he later implored secretary clinton's aides a favor and give his friend a job. writing, quote, important to take care of, name redacted whom abedin wrote back, we have all had him onradar. personnel has been sending him options. well, the rnc now says that the clinton foundation was calling in favors barely three months into hillary clinton's tenure at the state department is deeply troubling and it is yet another reminder of the conflicts of interest and unethical wheeling and dealing she brings to the white house. the clinton campaign pushes back and says, quote, neither of these e-mails involved the secretary or relates to the foundation's work. they are communication's between her personal aide and the president's personal aide. and indeed the recommendation was for one of the former staffers who was not employed by the foundation. hillary is coming to des moines for a tour of a t-shirt stour
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a store and a rally. donald trump was here on friday. she leads him by less than a point in the real clear politics polling average. back to you in new york. >> peter, while she's in des moines try to ask her about these e-mails, would you? >> reporter: i will. we have a lot of stuff we o want to ask her about. i'll put that on the list. >> she won't have time. >> good luck getting a response. thank you, peter. >> all right. one of the other e-mails that has been revealed by -- by the way, tom fenton from judicial watch is going to be with us in about a half an hour. raji fernando was a million dollar donor. he got a job on the international security advisory board even though he had no experience in the field. cheryl mills, mrs. clinton's attorney -- >> money gives you all the experience you need. >> there you go. >> hand it over to heather who has some headlines. >> good morning to all of you.
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hope you're off to a great story. tragic story out of tennessee. there is a special agent seen right here who was murdered in cold blood during an under cover investigation. police say that jeron frazier was with the tennessee bureau of investigations and was in the middle of a drug buy when the dealer opened fire killing frazier. that suspect was later caught nearby. frazier is the first agent to die in the line of duty in tennessee. our prayers go to his family. thousands of dangerous illegal charged with violent crimes including sexual assault roaming the streets free in the u.s. brand-new e-mails revealing that the obama administration released 5,000 criminals. the pressure to move quickly from washington led to the release of violent offenders as well. a high school football coach fired for praying with his team now taking legal action in hopes of getting back on the sidelines. joe kennedy is his name and he
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set off a national debate about religious rights when he was let go by the bremmerton school district. kennedy talking exclusively on the kennedy file saying that he wants his freedoms as an american. >> to be in america, we are taught to embrace it, not try to hide it or be ashamed of it. to have the freedom that everybody else in america is supposed to have. >> the kids there are incredible and the whole reason is because of those young men. >> the school district in washington state, by the way, will let the federal courts decide. we will watch that story carefully. those are your headlines. >> thanks for bringing that to our attention. >> thank you. meanwhile, let's shift gears. anxiety about retirement is on the rise. a brand-new survey finds that over half, 56% of americans are losing sleep over not having enough of a nest egg when they leave the work force. >> very stressful, i know. so what are the best ways for us all to grow our retirement fund.
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let's ask financial expert chris token. he i -- hogan. what are the tips you can provide our viewers, chris? >> i would give them three big tips, ainsley. start with a dream. understand what it is you're trying to chase. second, i need you to determine your number. how much are you going to have to live on each month and how much do you need to invest? the final tip would be this, to eliminate debt so it frees up your income so you can save more. >> okay. let's talk just for a second about determine your financial number. how much money you need to save. all right. let's say you -- what's that number? i mean, is it half a million? is it a million, is it 2 million? what's the number? >> well, it's interesting. a lot of people have asked that question, and i developed a tool called the r.i.q., the retire inspired kwoesh shah. it's a free tool at my website.
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chris hogan.com. the best place to start, steve, is understanding how much per month are you going to want to live on? what's your life going to look like? are you traveling a lot? are you spending a lot of time with family? go to my website, plug in those few numbers and really play with that tool. it's free and it will give you a better understanding. >> i have done it, chris, as you know. i went to your website and did that. it's awesome and easy. >> you think about this, 27-year-old ryan, we don't know if he's been to your website. i'm 27 and have $24,000 in roth ira, i make 40,000 and can't seem to relax about having enough for retirement. what can i do? he's on a pretty good track so far, right? >> ryan, listen, you need to relax, my friend. you are way ahead of the game at 27 years old. here's what i want him to do. plug in, ryan, understand your number, understand your plan. i think that's what causes people a lot of anxiety. they're not saving enough and they don't know their plan.
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they don't have any idea what they're doing. ryan, keep up the good work and stay focused. >> meanwhile, we have another e-mail from glen down in florida. now that we are retired we have to live off our savings for the next 30 plus years. how much do we need each year? that kind of goes to the first question we asked you about, what the number is. >> it really does. glen, obviously this. you need to understand how much are you going to live on, so you need to have a budget. you need to understand how much you have tucked away. those two factors are going to help you understand how long your money will last. >> the man with a great voice has a book out there. if you want to read it it's called "retire inspire." thank you so much, chris. great to see you. >> thank you all for having me. >> good advice. wasted on the young is wasted on the old. >> what 27-year-old thinks about retirement? >> and has $24,000 in his roth ira. >> the earhardt kids. >> coming up, have you seen this?
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well, it is a donald trump sign or we should say it was a donald trump sign burned to the ground. the other media outlets likely won't cover this story or the one about a trump supporter attacked with a crowbar, remember that? we're going to have the details on both of these coming up. and we love our navy s.e.a.l.s, don't we? our former navy s.e.a.l. is now taking aim at washington. >> eric greitens is under attack from obama's democratic machine. eric greitens is a con ser vative warrior. when he fights back he brings out the big guns. >> wow. >> yeah, he is running for governor of missouri and he's going to join us live next.
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the man who wants to be the next governor of missouri is firing up the voters. look. >> eric greitens is under attack from obama's democratic machine. they're trying to steal another election. eric greitens is a conservative. when he fights back he's bringing out the big guns. >> that is big guns. here is eric greitens joins us from st. louis. good morning. >> good morning. >> good morning, guys. great to be on with you. >> what's the reaction to that ad where you got the big gun? >> the ad -- the reaction to the ad has been incredible. we've had tremendous support from people all over missouri. in fact, conservatives around the country who are glad that the political outsider is willing to stand up and fight against the failed political class. the message of the ad was really clear. we had the democrat governor's association and the obama political machine coming to a
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republican primary to try to rig the election by spending $1 million against me in the last couple of days because they're afraid of a political outsider. they're afraid of a proven leader who's coming in to shake up politics as usual and turn the state around. so people really like to see that we're willing to stand up to fight for conservative principles and they got behind us as you can see in a big way because they had a very successful night last tuesday. >> what are the polls showing? i know you're running against the democrats and you're running because the -- >> the ag. >> the incumbent is jay nixon. he served the maximum amount. he can't run again. what are the polls showing? >> the polls are looking great. the first poll that came out had us essentially tied and we just finished a republican primary. our opponent chris coster is a career politician. spent over 20 years in politics. >> by the way, we did ask him to come on. eric, we did ask him to come on and we never heard back from him? >> i'm not surprised.
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this is the guy who's the chief law enforcement officer during ferguson. failed our police officers there. this is a guy who's failed to show up at ferguson, failed to lead there. he failed to lead at the university of missouri. 47th in economic growth over the last decade. we just finished a bus tour. we did over 150 town halls and events, and i can tell you the people of missouri are standing up. they recognize that the political class has failed us and they want bold new ideas from a leader coming in from outside of the political establishment. >> you are outside the political establishment. eric, what kind of a governor would a former navy s.e.a.l. be? >> well, as a former navy s.e.a.l., as an entrepreneur who started and founded my own business, as the owner of the mission continues and we help veterans to come home and reintegrate, i'm going to be a leader who builds teams and gets results for the people of
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missouri and their families. that's what they're looking for. they are tired of the same old rhetoric, they are tired of the failed political class. they want to make sure we have safer streets and safer neighborhoods. they want to have a leader to make sure our kids get a quality education and a leader that makes sure we have an economy with more private sector paychecks and bigger private sector paychecks. >> show me the paycheck from the show me state. eric greitens running as governor. >> thank you very much. meanwhile, as he was a moment ago speaking at ferguson, missouri, gunshots and violence erupted last night on the second anniversary of michael brown's death. our next guest says the world has become more dangerous. the head of the st. louis police officer's association joins us live next. plus, one state paid millions of dollars in medicaid to dead people? you know, steve, how in the
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[ gunshots ] a fox news alert. overnight, gunfire, as you could hear a lot of gunfire, erupting in ferguson, missouri, as black lives matter protesters marched on the second anniversary of michael brown's death. >> joining us right now the spokesman from the st. louis police officer's association, the author of "the war on police" jeff roorda. jeff, good morning to you. >> great to be back on. >> good to have you. what happened? we saw the gunshots.
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did somebody drive through the crowd real fast earlier and hit somebody? >> i talked to some of the cops out there last night. a car struck some folks in the crowd. this happens a lot in these protests up in ferguson. there's a lot of gang bangers that show up. they've got some beef or some turf war going on. they see somebody they don't like. >> okay. >> and then someone does something stupid and this is what happens. >> gotch ya. >> so dangerous, you think, for the police officers. you have all these guys out there protesting the police. the police are protecting them and then you have somebody adding a lot of gunfire into it. >> right. the number of people who are armed and ready to use those guns in these protests is what keeps me up at night. >> absolutely. >> i thought they were supposed to be peaceful protesters, right. >> depends on what station you listen to. >> exactly. yesterday was the second anniversary of michael brown's death. in those two years since -- and there's a picture of him right there.
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in the two years since, how has ferguson changed the state of policing in the united states? >> well, i would say for the worst. ferguson kicked off this anti-police movement, this black lives matter movement and we've made really very little, if any, progress since ferguson and that's because we're not being honest about what happened there and what happened in other places. we can't fix things if we're addressing the wrong issues and not being honest about what happened. >> and jeff, give us a sense -- you're in charge of the police association there in st. louis county. what are police officers saying? are they going into a back alleys? are they willing to do aggressive policing or has ferguson backed them off as we've seen the violence against police officers and police officers not being backed up by their community leaders? >> yeah. we talked on this program about the ferguson effect. i don't think there's officers who are consciously reluctant in doing their jobs. i think it's a subconscious sort
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of human nature thing that breeds that hesitancy that you have when the media and politicians and so-called civil rights leaders are all at your throat attacking you unjustly. >> yeah. and unfortunately so many men and women who wear the uniform are terrified that if they do one wrong thing it's going to get caught on video. next thing you know, they lose their livelihood, they lose their pension, their lives are over. >> they just don't know what's expected of them anymore. >> that's right. >> jeff, thank you so much. even if police officers don't do anything wrong, even if they're cleared as the officer was in michael brown's case, your career is over. >> absolutely. >> thanks have changed. and the so-called ferguson effect. >> yeah. and the rising crime rates as well. moving on, hillary said there wouldn't be a conflict of interest. do you remember this? when she said there would not be a conflict of interest between her foundation and the state department. newly released e-mails show she may not have the told the truth. >> what? >> the head of the watchdog
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get back to great. this week sharpie singles now twenty-five cents. office depot officemax. gear up for school. gear up for great. good morning to you and your family. it's wednesday, august 10th. the orlando terrorist dad was spotted behind hillary clinton at her rally. look at him right there in the red hat. so what does the democratic nominee have to say about that? >> secretary clinton, should your campaign have known that he was at your rally yesterday? >> thanks, folks. >> secretary clinton, can you answer my question? >> why hillary was so silent and what her campaign is saying this morning. plus, donald trump facing a fire storm for these comments about clinton yesterday. >> if she gets to pick her
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judges, nothing you can do, folks. the second amendment, people, maybe there is. i don't know. >> was he talking about voters or violence? how trump is explaining it today. and what this dnc staffer murdered for leaking those controversial e-mails. a new bomb shell from the founder of wikileaks reveals that the staffer may have been his source. and even without brian here, mornings are better with friends. hello. welcome from the -- >> how fun. this is awesome. >> isn't it great? >> does anyone sit here and say they're not having fun? >> i've never heard it. >> there you go. >> i haven't been here that long. how about you, steve? you never know what's going to happen. we'll start with an unbelievable story out of florida. yesterday hillary clinton was at a rally and if you were just watching it, you thought, oh,
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look at all those people back there. that guy right there with the red cap, it's not a make america great again cap, it's the cap that belongs to sadiq mateen. the name is familiar? that's because he is the father of omar mateen who killed 49 people at the pulse night clean up mass murder. the guy's kid was a terrorist. there's the dad putting the cap on. >> unbelievable. my word. can you imagine? i was thinking as a parent, that's the last place i would be if my child had done that and so many people were dead. >> he's apparently a great big hillary clinton supporter. >> clearly. well, a reporter tried to ask her about it at one of her events. look at this. >> secretary clinton, should your campaign known that omar mateen's father was at your rally yesterday? secretary clinton? >> thanks, folks. appreciate it. >> do you have time for a
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question? >> thank you all very much. >> she very rarely has time for questions, you know? >> she totally ignored it. >> can you imagine, flip this around for a second. raj it's dylann roof's father, the charleston church shooter's father showed up at a donald trump rally and was standing behind donald trump. the media would be going crazy. he would have to disavow him and say all these things. >> what if this guy showed up at a donald trump rally. the headlines would be that tall "the new york times." >> absolutely. >> instead they're talking about the comments that trump made about the second amendment. we'll get into that in a moment. when asked about what's up with that? the official spokesperson for hillary clinton said this individual wasn't invited as a guest and the campaign was unaware of his attendance until after the event. in addition i would add that she disagrees with his views and disavows his support. i understand that. keep in mind, the way these rallies work, if you wind up behind the candidate, you are placed there by somebody in the campaign generally.
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>> everyone behind they choose exactly who will be there. >> oh, yeah. >> for this very reason. they want their big supporters behind. you can imagine there may be a hillary clinton intern now knocking on doors in fargo, north dakota, probably over this. it took the campaign 12 hours to respond. this broke about 8:00 a.m. yesterday morning. a local news reporter noticed that sadiq mateen behind the speech. they followed him. they interviewed him. and then it took the campaign 12 hours to send out the statement saying we disavow what he believes. >> sure. we had on this program about an hour ago the co-chair of the middle eastern coalition for trump, fellow by the name of tom harp, who said essentially that the people of florida are livid that he showed up to this campaign event. >> i think our communities in central florida were livid. our gays and lesbians are livid.
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the i-4 corridor which she came to impact and make her voice heard, they were upset. and i think it backfired on her. >> yeah, i would say so. by the way, the network's gave one fourth the coverage to this story than they gave to this next story. and i'm talking about donald trump, clarifying some comments he made yesterday about the second amendment that have sparked a big campaign brew ha ha. >> fox knew senior national correspondent is live in virginia with the latest for us. good morning, john. >> reporter: good morning, ainsley. brew ha ha is one of those great political words, isn't it, because it seems everyday both campaigns are involved in some sort of brew ha ha and you can bet that the trump campaign is relieved to see the controversy going on in the clinton side of things because they're dealing with their own fire storm after comments that donald trump made at that big rally at the university of south carolina in wilmington yesterday, warning that hillary clinton would appoint supreme court justices who would uphold new
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restrictions on gun sales and gun ownership. he said this. listen. >> hillary wants to abolish essentially abolish the second amendment. by the way, if she gets to pick -- [ boo ] >> if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. although the second amendment people, maybe there is. i don't know. but i'll tell you what, that will be a horrible day. >> the media and many people immediately leapt on that to say donald trump is encouraging gun matters to take owners in their own hands should hillary clinton become president. the clinton campaign immediately set up a fund raising drive around all this. donald trump saying, whoa, whoa, wait a minute. that's not what i meant. i was talking about the political power of the second amendment voters and the big voice they have at the ballot box. tweeting out yesterday tweet,
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media desperate to jump. get out, vote and save our constitution. speaking to sean hannity last night, donald trump insisted that any notion that he was talking about anything other than that is absolute nonsense. >> nobody in that room thought anything other than what you just said. this is a political movement. this is a strong, powerful movement the second amendment. you know, hillary wants to take your guns away. there can be no other interpretation. even reporters told me, give me a break. >> so clearly donald trump and his campaign will be dealing with that today. but what they really want to be dealing with is the situation here in southwest virginia, swing state, regional unemployment at 7.6% here. higher than the national average. big problems with heroin addiction, big problems with methamphetamine abuse, all as a result of what's going on in the coal industry and how that industry is depressed. donald trump has been saying all throughout this entire primary campaign, he wants to bring the coal industry back.
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expect him to talk about that a lot today. >> all right, mr. brew ha ha, covering it all down in virginia. thank you very much. >> wasn't hillary clinton -- >> cur toughle. >> campaign cur tough el. >> thanks, john. >> it is interesting -- keep in mind as i prefaced that whole report, four times the media coverage on the big three on that brew ha ha as opposed to the fact that the terrorist father was standing behind hillary clinton at her rally. >> that's true. meanwhile, while the campaign -- the hillary campaign is trying to make a lot of this, do you remember this -- one of our staff members found this online yesterday when everybody was talking about -- what's trump talking about? surely it's ambiguous. hillary clinton would never say anything like that. whoa. in 2008 when barack obama was way ahead, she was asked by a number of people, including the
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editorial board of the south dakota argas leader, why don't you drop out. you know what she did? she talked about an assassination. watch this. >> we all remember bobby kennedy was assassinated in june in california. you know, i just -- i don't understand it. >> so was she suggesting that she was in the race just in case something bad happened? >> people thought so. people insinuated that or thought she was insinuating that. >> you imagine the fire storm that came from hillary clinton yesterday over the donald trump comments. they were on that. they were fund raising off of it. john roberts reported. where's the double standard to what she did in 2008? >> sean hannity asked him to clarify and explain that. >> he said he was talking about voters and violence. his comments were ambiguous where as her comments back in 2008 pretty specific. >> crystal clear. we asked you to weigh in on this
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at the beginning of the show. michael, thank you so much for e-mailing us. you said it was obvious mr. trump was talking about the power of the vote. he wasn't talking about violence. another clinton regime tactic to derail him. >> david on facebook, donald trump was clearly attempting to rally pro second amendment voters to vote for him and the media is distortding the intent of his reference to avoid talking about the issues that important to americans. >> we have a lot of viewers on facebook this morning. sherry is one of them. she says he was not talking about violence but he needs to watch his words so they quit taking his words out of context. >> there's an arrogance here about the media essentially they're linking anyone who beliefs in the second amendment to suddenly you must be a violence individual. it's an odd link. >> to be a constitutionalist? >> how many millions of people in america have guns. >> tens of millions. >> they're not violent. >> no. >> not all of them. not the majority. let's hand it over to heather. we have headlines for you.
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>> hope you're off to a great hour. it's ten minutes off the hour. we start with a fox news alert. a teenager calling for the murder of all christians and now there is a massive man hunt taking place in belgium for that 15-year-old teen. he made the call in a video in which he was speaking arabic. police say that his father is a well-known radical. we'll follow that story for you. back here at home, house speaker paul ryan, fending off his anti-establishment challenger. ryan winning with more than 80% of the vote against trump supporter paul kneeland. donald trump praised kneeland's campaign, thrusting him into the national spotlight, but trump enndorsing speaker ryan. ryan will face democrat for that congressional seat in november. >> well, she didn't go as far the presidential candidate as she hoped to or as ted cruz's
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running mate. carly fiorina may have political fight left in her. there are rumors swirling in washington that she is plotting to run for rnc chair, that chair currently held by reince priebus, this would take place next year. fiorina reaching out to republican power players across the country volunteering to help that campaign. well, another hint, the domain name, carli for chair were registered last month. what do you think about that? rnc chair. add this to the list of problems about the water in rio. the olympic diving pool turned green overnight, not just a little green or kind of green, we're a talking about full on jello green. officials said they tested the water and it is safe and the show will go on. the color change is likely because of an increase in algae. and those are your headlines. that happens a lot in pools. it's hard to keep that balance. >> yeah. but did you see they have a green pool right next to the clear pool. >> that happens at my house. it does a lot actually.
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>> i don't think anybody is going swimming at heather's house. no pool party. >> i'll come over with a jug of clorox. >> come on over, steve. >> why not? >> pool party. >> wait a minute, you just told us you have algae in your pool. >> i'm sure we have lots of pool people who watch your show. it's easy to get a chemical imbalance and algae grows and then you can't get the stuff out. >> wouldn't you figure this out at the olympics. they have a little better pool care than you have. >> the one guy with the net. >> they have zika and algae. >> thank you very much, heather. it's 13 minutes after the top of the hour. switching gears, coming up a fox news alert. a kansas water park reopening later today after the tragic death of that 10-year-old boy. now more people are coming forward with scary close calls about that same slide, including our next guest. you don't want to miss that. her friend's harness snapped off during that ride, but it's what a life guard told her that
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we have a fox news alert here. a kansas water park reopening this morning after a deadly incident. the 10-year-old little boy caleb schwab died on sunday. there's his picture -- riding down that water slide. it's the tallest water slide. now more people are coming forward with very scary close calls about the same slide, including erica conrad whose friend's harness came off during that ride. erica conrad joins us now with her story who has been at schlitterbahn water park. good morning, area. >> good morning. >> we have the picture of your friend on the slide and you can see the harness is off. he is the guy in the back and he doesn't have a seat belt on or a harness. tell us what happened. >> well, we were standing at the bottom of the slide and we were recording our friend and my husband and my cousin going down. when they got to the bottom, we noticed my friend's harness was completely off and we overheard him yelling, you know, my harness is off and it had been
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off from the beginning of the ride. we ended up following him until the end of the ride and he got out and there was a life guard at the bottom who had to have overheard my friend, you know, announcing that his harness was off and then also you could clearly see that his harness was off. >> wow. what did the life guard say? >> well, the life guard didn't really say anything to anybody. there was a time that i had ridden the slide and the life guard -- i was worried that the velcro straps were not going to hold me in and just because i'm afraid of everything. the life guard looked at me and assured me that it's really not a big deal. the velcro straps are just to make you feel safer. they're not technically really to hold you in. they're just to make you feel
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safer. >> wow. >> and i didn't feel -- i didn't feel like i was unsafe, but i also was assured that i was safe and i was trusting, you know, the life guard and just everybody else who told -- who had gone down that slide. >> yeah. so the water park is reopening. what are your thoughts? are you okay with that? >> i'm okay with the park reopening. i think that there is going to be a lot of emotion and i'm not sure how well it's going to be from here on out at schlitterbahn. i still love schlitterbahn. i don't think that the slide should reopen and i don't think -- i'm not sure what they're going to do with the slide. but even if it does reopen, i don't think there will be a lot of people wanting to ride it. >> i don't think anyone will be riding it.
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steve? >> thank you, ainsley. remember when hillary clinton said this -- >> and all i can tell you is that i turned over every work-related e-mail in my possession. >> well, turns out that might not be true. judicial watch, the watchdog organization just released 296 pages of more e-mail that show that the former secretary of state may not have been truthful when she said she would avoid any conflicts of interest with the clinton family foundation. here to discuss is the executive director of judicial watch and author of a new book calmed clean house, exposing our government secrets and lies. tom, good morning to you. >> thanks for having me. >> so where did you get these e-mails? >> well, we got them from hue ma on dean. she had an e-mail account on the clinton e-mail.com server where
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she was also conducting business. so we've been getting these e-mails drips and drabs out of the state department as a result of our litigation. the state department got these e-mails last year and they have shown repeatedly that they were getting these batches of e-mails that include e-mails that mrs. clinton never turned over to the state department despite her promises to congress and despite telling a court under oath that -- under penalty of perjury that as far as she knew everything was turned over. obviously that's not the case. >> obviously that is not the case. >> when you look at these particular e-mails that you have released, it's pretty clear. if you want access to the state department officials, big top government people or even jobs, just give the clinton family foundation a lot of money. >> well, that's true. and mrs. clinton, you know, democrats and republicans were concerned about that when she was nominated to the state department secretary of state position, even president obama was concerned. so they extracted these promises from mrs. clinton to stay out of
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foundation business. bright line and wall between the state department and the foundation and these new e-mails show that the top state department official doug ban was communicating with the state department to take care of, quote, associates and in one case a major donor who gave between 1 and $5 million to the foundation and pledged a project a billion dollars and they said it's important that this guy talk to your lebanese guy and hue that abdean is like we'll put him in contact with the ambassador who was ambassador of lebanon. it's incredible. >> this guy you're talking about is gilbert who pledged $1 billion. what did he wind up getting out of all that dough? >> he got doug ban evidently to make a phone call and get access to the top official on lebanese policy in the united states government. >> oh, man. >> mrs. clinton promised this was not going to be the case.
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you start calling her top aids, how does that fit in with her promise that i'm going to stay out of the foundation business? >> sure. >> if the foundation and her top aids are doing this type of favor granting. and not only that but we saw another donor to mrs. clinton directly to the campaign communicate with her about getting a colleague or a friend a job. she writes to abidin take care of this and get back to me. >> yeah. you talking about raji fernando, he had no experience in the field of the advisory board? >> that's another donor. >> oh, that's another donor. it's hard to keep them all straight. no wonder they wanted all these e-mails secret, tom. >> exactly. you know, mrs. clinton promised she had turned over all e-mails. her campaign website says she didn't really start using this account until march of 2009. a lot of these e-mails are from
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before then. >> yeah. >> so they've been misleading. i tell you, mrs. clinton isn't being truthful when she says that she turned over all the e-mails to the american people. and on top of this, now we're going to be getting the new e-mails the fbi has recovered over the next month or so. >> it's just astounding that judicial watch is winding up with all these e-mails where these committees in congress have been asking the white house for years for them, nothing. >> i don't think the congress is even asking anymore. it's great that judicial watch is able to do this through our independent investigations and litigation, but you have to wonder why congress isn't doing more to figure out why the state department allowed mrs. clinton to walk away with all these e-mails and then seemingly violate all the rules against ethics in terms of dealing with the foundation. where is the investigation by congress? >> well, maybe they're just sick and tired of being stone walled by the white house. have to ask them. tom fenton from judicial watch. thank you ver with this block buster story.
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anniversary protests of the death of michael brown turns to chaos. >> gunfiring breaking out yet again in ferguson, missouri. >> anna coyman joins us in the studio with more. >> good morning to everyone at home. the chaotic scene turning violent very quickly last night when gunshots ring out in the streets. [ gunfire ] [ screaming ] >> somebody is shooting! somebody is shooting! oh my god! oh! >> car plowing over a protester who was blocking the road. seconds later, other protesters reportedly opening fire at the car, sending people running for their lives. the man who was hit taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. thankfully no one else was hurt there. but the protests marking the two-year anniversary of the shooting death of unarmed teenager michael brown by a ferguson police officer. investigators say that officer acted in self defense set off weeks of violent protests across the country. experts saying the racial
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tensions have not been properly adridressed there. >> we've made little if any progress since ferguson and that's because we're not being honest about what happened there and what happened in other places. we can't fix things if we're addressing the wrong issues and not being honest about what happened. also this morning in just a few hours the department of justice will be releasing a scathing report accusing the baltimore police department of racial bias. doj slamming one of america's largest police forces accusing them of stopping and arresting young african-americans because of the color of their skin. the report comes more than a year after a violence riots over the death of freddie gray who suffered a fatal spinal injury while in doj. they claimed to find racial bias pattern in that department. six officers were charged and none were convicted. back to you. >> anna coyman giving us the very latest on ferguson and baltimore. >> that's right, thank you so much, anna. let's hand it over to heather with headlines this
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morning. >> good morning. hope you're all off to a good day. disturbing accusations that have been coming in for months and now we can confirm that the obama administration has made isis seem like they really were not that big of a threat. a house panel finds intelligence reports were being altered to make it appear that the u.s. was gaining more ground on the terror group than they really were. a ten-page blistering report on the findings could be released as early as this week. we'll let you know as soon as we get more. talk about a smash and grab. a band of thieves in san francisco caught on camera ramming a van straight into a high end camera store, shattering the glass in order to get the goods. they put a pole on the back bumper to bust into that shop. the burglars making off with tens of thousands of dollars of goods and they are still on the run. well, this woman taking distracted driving to a whole new level. she is caught texting while driving at highway speed and putting her leg up on the dash
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board. using her knee to steer. why? a passenger? another car concerned recorded that shocking video. this happened in colorado. at one point the woman didn't look up for a whole ten seconds. maybe was smoking a? a lot of us don't want to get off the couch this morning. don't worry. stay put because the dude -- well, it's national lazy day. >> even if he is a lazy man and the dude was most certainly that, quite possibly the laziest in los angeles county -- >> researchers say that lazy people are actually pretty smart saying they spend more time lost in thought. they say that people who aren't as thought get bored easily and they do more physical activity as a result. okay. >> well, that's what the lazy researchers say. >> talk about smoking something.
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that guy in the video is shopping for milk in his bathrobe. >> and he hasn't shaven in days. >> why change clothes? >> leeland, i like your cowboy boots. >> thank you so much. >> you say you wear them everyday? is that right? >> yeah. >> even if you're wearing a suit. >> yeah, for sure. you never know when you have to make a quick get away. >> i love westerners. yes, thank you. it is a wednesday, which means it's science trivia day. >> hey, good morning. today's question is regarding the heat index temperature, which is a combination of the actual temperature and humidity, but we want to ask you what does heat index measure? what it feels like, a, in the summer, b, in a car, c when you're outdoors or d in the shade. what does it measure? >> i would say c. >> i would say the shade. >> steve, you got it again. it is in the shade. believe it or not, it feels hotter when you're outside not
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in the shade in the pure sun. you can see that heat index temperature climb by as much as 10 to 15 degrees. >> steve is throwing some shade this morning. >> throwing shade about shade. >> all right. let's go ahead and take a look at the weather conditions across the country because we have extreme weather to talk about especially starting off the southeastern u.s., florida, northern florida, we have been dealing with flooding. we have roads covered by water and heavy rain that continues to come down. and the forecast is for the storm to keep lingering out there and some spots could pick up more than a inch of rainfall. we have a flood watch in effect. storms bringing in some heavy rain this morning. let's head back inside. >> all right, where we're in the shade. thank you very much, maria. >> thank you, maria. >> all right. >> we were talking earlier -- there's a story this morning that's pretty shocking. there was a guy named seth rich, he was 27 years old. here is his picture. he was walking home in
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northwestern d.c. at 4 in the morning. he was shot in the back several times. and police are saying it was a robbery. however, he still had his wallet on him and they didn't take his watch. >> or his iphone. >> or his iphone. he happens to work for the dnc. >> he did. and so now online the headline is about this particular story and an interview that julian assange, the guy behind wikileaks gave to danish television, dutch television. and that is where it is insinuated that perhaps this guy, who was murdered, was the source of the dnc hack that wikileaks put up that embarrassed the democrats just before their convention. here is a 55 seconds of it. see if you can tell what julian assange is suggesting. >> the stuff that you're sitting on is an october surprise in
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there? do you even know what you're sitting on? >> wikileaks never sits on material. whistle blower goes to significant risks. 27-year-old who works for the dnc, shot in the back, murdered just two weeks ago for unknown reasons as he was walking down the street in washington -- >> that was just a robbery, i believe, wasn't it? >> no. there's no finding. >> what are you suggesting? >> what are you suggesting? >> i'm suggesting that our sources take risks and they become concerns to see things occurring like that. >> was he one of your sources? >> we don't comment on who our sources are. >> hm. >> no word they may not comment on who their sources are but there are hundred of thousands and wikileaks is offering
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$25,000 reward for this murder. >> so why this murder? and when you look at what he said, our sources take risks and the guy said was he one of your sources? then he said we don't comment on who our sources are. >> he was murdered the sunday -- the weekend before the dnc convention when debby wasserman shuts -- >> there's a bigger question how much do you trust julian assange? is this a false flag to muddy the waters, get everybody confused and distract? >> true. julian assange whose information at wikileaks has been accurate, i believe he had a show on russian television, a tv show, and yet it's been suggested by a lot of people, mainly democrats, that those dnc things came from the russians. so this a distraction? is this a hint? we simply don't know. >> what does he know that we don't know? that's the question this morning. >> he would tell you a lot. >> no kidding. meanwhile, did you see this yesterday, the orlando
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terrorist's father in that red hat spotted behind hillary clinton at her rally. rudy giuliani is fired up about that. he is going to join us 15 minutes from right now. you're going to want to hear what he has to say about that top of the hour. plus, as the obama administration accepts thousands of syrian refugees. why the translators who fought side by side with our troops in the middle east cannot get their freedom. nexium 24hr is now the #1 choice of doctors and pharmacists for their own frequent heartburn. for complete protection all day and night make nexium 24hr your #1 choice. this car is traveling over 200 miles per hour.
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great to be with you. the state department revealing a new surge of syrian refugees entering the united states. in july alone, more than 2,300 syrians arrived in the u.s. all a part of the obama administration's goal to take in 10,000 by the end of september. at that rate, we could see 30,000 by 2017. but another group of refugees has fallen through the cracks.
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middle east translators who put their lives on the line fighting alongside our troops in iraq and afghanistan, they need to get to the united states for safety from the taliban and isis. here with more former state department official jason goryy, veteran and chief operating officer of "no one left behind" a group dedicated to helping these interpreters get to the united states. jason, thanks for being with us. this morning when you think about these interpreters, they're really members in one way or another the u.s. military. these are much more than people who need help, these are our partners who are now under threat because of what they did to help america. >> first, thank you very much for having me on. you're exactly right. they're under threat. and you mentioned that they are refugees. i actually consider them fellow veterans. they fought alongside our forces very often the very front lines. these are combat interpreters and their lives are at risk based on their service and they've applied to come to america more than 12,000 of them are still in the pipeline.
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they've applied to come to america because of their lives are at risk becaused on their service alongside my brothers and sisters in the military. >> so conceivably they've applied. the state department and others and military knows a lot about them. there are people like you who can vouch for them. how is it that they're still stuck in the middle east, syrian refugees, terrible vetting process for if any vetting process at all and yet the partners the translators are stuck still overseas? >> honestly i don't have a good explanation for it. the average wait time is three years to come to america to be vetted. we're seeing far less time for these syrian refugees. the only explanation is that it's a political football that the administration is playing politics with the syrian refugees. you correctly identified that i think many of these refugees from syria and from arnold the world are very difficult to vet, they don't have documents. meanwhile, we have american soldiers that are willing to verify the service of these
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interpreters to vouch for them and say that their service was valuable. >> we've heard from so many veterans like yourself, jason, talking about how their interpreter saved their lives time and time again. jason gorey, appreciate the work you do and thanks for being here with us this morning. >> thank you very much. 7:49 here on the east coast. how about this, does your spouse ever ask you this -- ♪ do you love me, do you love me ♪ ♪ do you love me, do you love me ♪ ♪ now do you love me >> maybe they sing to you, i don't know. is it normal or not. we're answering your e-mails coming up next. but first, on this day in 1983, the police's "every breath you take" was topping the charts. ♪ you belong to me ♪ ♪
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who is normal and who is nuts? it's a question we all ask every once in a while, right? >> dr. keith ablow is here to give you answers to some of your questions. good morning, dr. keith. >> good morning. i have the answers, but i don't have the questions yet. >> we'll throw you the questions. >> we have at least one. e-mail number one here it goes, the district manager at the shipping company where i work throws everyone under the bus to our main boss, even if it's something we had nothing to do with he finds a way to blame us. >> so normal or nuts? >> is the boss normal or nuts is
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that what they're asking? >> that's what they're asking. look, i won't call him nuts. i'll just call him a lousy guy. this is somebody who is out to get the people he's supposed to protect and nurture. and you can't be thinking that it's without strategy. so you have to have a strategy of your own. and i wouldn't rule out getting 12 people, 6 people, however many people it is writing a letter documenting these things to his superior. because guess what, people shouldn't be feeling like they need to move on from their jobs, but as a last report, you might have to do that. so i would say, hey, the letter is a pretty good way to go and there's strength in numbers. >> all right, dr. ablow, let me ask you this one. this comes in from a guy -- my wife always feels the need to ask me if i love her. sometimes she asks me moments off just said i love her. she knows it aknows me. it doesn't stop her from asking
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me multiple times a day. is she nuts? >> yeah, she is nuts. she is not en asking you -- >> she loves loves. >> she doesn't care if it bothers him. the bottom line is she doesn't care if he loves her when she asks that question. the question is not do you love me. it could be is the hamster still alive. it's an anxiety problem. but the goldfish still being fed? and so she needs help, right? she needs a psycho therapy appointment to figure out what gave her the anxiety. why? why is she anxious. that's the key to psychiatry. answer the question why. >> so call dr. keith, ma'am. he is available tuesday afternoons. >> manning the phones. >> our final question -- i always feel like i'm being left out of the party. sometimes i'll even peek into the phones of my friends or sister to make sure people aren't planning something without me. does this make me normal or nuts? i think, can we answer this?
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>> dr. keith, i don't know if we need you for this. >> i don't know if i can charge for this. you're not being left out. that will not convince you. at some point in your life you were left out, marginalized. go retrace your steps, find out how you were left out, why you were and why you feel that way and you need a therapy tois do that. >> that is a severe case of fomo, fear of missing out. >> do you have parties without me? >> no. >> we don't have time now, keith. we have to go. >> i don't know. it's been a while since i've been over. >> dr. keith ablow joining us from boston today. be careful. >> thank you, guys. >> the paranoia will destroy you. >> it's a little before the top of the hour. did you see this yesterday? there's hillary clinton at a speech and behind her is the orlando terrorist's father at her rally. the campaign said they had no idea. america's mayor rudy giuliani is all fired up about it.
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good morning. it's wednesday, august 10th. i'm ainsley air heart. how does the father of a terrorist get a seat right behind hillary clinton at this rally just two months after the massacre? well, here is hillary's explanation. >> secretary clinton, should your campaign have known that omar mateen's father was at your campaign rally yesterday? >> thanks, folks. appreciate it. >> secretary clinton, do you have time for a question? >> thank you all very much. >> well, rudy giuliani -- >> thinks that's funny. >> he thinks it's funny and he is here to react coming up. meanwhile, donald trump firing up the left over these comments about hillary clinton and the second amendment. >> if she gets to pick her
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judges, nothing you can do, folks. >> the second amendment, people, maybe there is. i don't know. >> so what did he really mean? trump has clarified and rudy will weigh in on it in a moment. and you know their hits like "amazed" -- ♪ don't know how you do what you do ♪ ♪ i'm so in love with you ♪ it just keeps getting better >> free concert coming up this hour country superstar group lone star performs their new single. stick around for that because mornings are better with friends. well, it's always a pleasure to have the former mayor of new york city rudy giuliani on the couch. i know he was here yesterday, but there's stuff in the news that has so infuriated we called up and said we need you on tv. >> i'm fired up on at least
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three subjects. >> let's start with one. we saw the video with sadiq mateen sitting behind her, omar mateen, the guy who killed 49 people in florida in that nightclub down in orlando. this happened an hour away from that. he is sitting behind her. what was your reaction? >> can you imagine what the reaction would be if you were the father, the mother, the brother, the friend of one of the people who was killed or wounded seeing that man sitting there so enthusiastically supporting hillary clinton? first of all, we don't know who invited him and put him in that prime position. now, i've been involved in a lot of campaigns, including my own, you don't get into that prime position without -- >> somebody putting him there in that chair. >> and the campaign, which is the least transparent campaign in history, meaning they hide things all the time, should tell us who put him there. secondly, here is the bigger question, what attracts him so much to hillary clinton. he has been going around carrying a sign about hillary clinton. what attracts a terrorist, which is what he is, this guy was on
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radio saying terrible anti-american things, supports the taliban, this is a guy who said god should punish homosexuals. this is a guy who was a radical, islamic terrorist himself and hi son was a radical islamic terrorist mass murder, the worse in american history. what attracts him to hillary clinton? >> apparently he said he is a democrat. showed up because the democrat party, his son was a registered democrat as well. >> very troubling that he is so attract and so enthusiastic. there you go. this is enormously troubling to me that a man that has these radical views -- >> that sign says good gun control laws hillary clinton. >> yeah. yeah. >> down at the bottom. >> yeah. i mean, gun control -- >> considering her his son. >> everyone should sit back and say, what attracts this man to hillary clinton? what is it? what is she doing? i know what's attracted him.
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her thought position on islamic extremist terrorism. the president never saying it. her forced to say it because donald trump criticized her so much. all the things they indicate they have not handling islamic extremist terrorism with the strength and fight back we should have as a country trying to protect itself. >> when a reportser asked her about it, this is what she said. >> secretary clinton, should your campaign have known that omar mateen's father was at your campaign rally yesterday? >> thanks, folks. appreciate it. >> secretary clinton, do you have time for a question? >> thank you all very much. >> she said thank you all very much. that's her answer. >> that's her answer to a terrorist himself, father of terrorist slaughterer being at her rally, supporting her so enthusiastic. her answer is thank you. this is a woman who is hiding. it's a woman who is running away. it's a woman who should have been indicted months ago and with the recent revelations why
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the fbi didn't investigate all these connections between the clinton foundation and the state department is a real, real open question that puts a great deal of doubt on the credibility of that report by the fbi. >> surely. >> i mean, you have without doubt now you have tapes -- they were hiding, that shows that millions of dollars were given to the clinton foundation and the state did favors for those people that they knew had given millions of dollars. that is a direct violation of 18 united states code section 209. it is called illegal. it's called criminal. i will tell you this, if i was back at my old job at u.s. attorney, racketeering, influence corrupt organization which i believe the clinton foundation is. >> will that happen? >> we have a justice department that treats everyone equally, it should happen. we have jury situation the guy who wanted to meet with the
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lebanese ambassador -- >> that's right. >> do you know that guy was convicted of money laundering? >> the guy was convicted of money laundering. the guy is a convicted -- >> gilbert chagory. >> he is a convicted money launderer. >> gave a billion to the clinton family foundation. >> and he got a favor from the state department. >> that's why this is the cover of the new york post. hill sells out the u.s. >> that's classic pay to play. that's conflict of interests in violation of the law illegal. and i say it's count one in a possible racketeering indictment. >> all right. the other story you are really riled up about is -- you were traveling with donald trump yesterday. he made some comments -- you know, he was just talking about things on his mind, one of them the second amendment he made some ambiguous comments but the mainstream media jumped down his throat. we'll play the comment and what he has to say about it from hannity last night. listen to this.
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>> she wants to abolish -- essentially abolish the second amendment. by the way, if she gets to pick -- [ boo ] >> if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. although the second amendment people maybe there is. i don't know. but i'll tell you what, that will be a horrible day. >> nobody in that room thought anything other than what you just said. this is a political movement. this is a strong powerful movement the second amendment. you know, hillary wants to take your guns away and there can be no other interpretation. even reporters told me, give me a break. >> rudy, to me they seem like ambiguous comments to some media elite clearly what he was saying second amendment people should shoot hillary clinton. >> that's such nonsense. here is what happened. first of all, i was with him. i was at the speech. i introduced him. i heard it. we drove for a half hour to the airplane. we got on the airplane. nobody had any idea that any such suggestion was made.
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when he first heard it, he was shocked. i can't even tell you the word he used, beginnings with a b. that's ridiculous that i suggested that. what his immediate response was, what i was saying is obviously what he was saying, vote against her. you have a lot of power. >> he was saying voters, not violence. >> yes. he was saying voters, you are a very powerful organization. you can vote against her. if he had time to spell it out, you could say they could be the turning point in ohio, in pennsylvania, in a lot of these swing states you have a lot of nra members. that's what he was saying. that's what he intended to say. there were no words of violence used. believe me, if he said something like that, that crowd would have had a much different reaction. >> you're right. you can always tell by the crowd's reaction. >> here is what happened. the inside of a presidential campaign, particularly with the clintons, the clinton spin machine picked that up in about three or four minutes. they put that interpretation on it and they got their paid
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for -- whatever they are, air accolades in the media to put that spin on it. >> four times more coverage of this than the sadiq mateen story. >> now they're saying, oh, this puts our candidates in jeopardy. you know who is putting our candidates in jeopardy, the clinton spin machine. they take words that contain no words of violence. you can't find a word of violence in there. >> they're ambiguous. >> i don't think it's ambiguous. >> to hear you say this, that's huge because you were there. it's nice to hear how he found out the news 30 minutes later or whatever. but let me ask you this, has the mainstream media contacted you? they should be talking to you. >> no. >> to hear exactly. >> look, the clinton spin machine put it out immediately. >> right. >> and they know that ten the 12 reporters to go to. the ten, 12 reporters were on top of the trump campaign within a half hour with this interpretation. >> donald trump was on every newscast that night. >> donald trump's original reaction is, what? this isn't that what i meant. i gave you the explanation.
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i meant vote against her. i meant vote against her and boy that could be critical in some of these swing states. that's exactly what he meant. now they want to make it into this violence thing. they're the ones injecting violation into it. he said no -- you can't find a word of violence. you can't have it both ways. one of the things that he gets criticized for is being too direct. donald trump is not indirect. >> he says what he means. >> if donald trump wanted to say that, believe me, nobody in the world would stop him from saying that. of course he isn't going to say it. he doesn't mean it. he isn't that kind of man. what this is part of their process of trying to demon niez him. it's the only way they can demonize him because they have a criminal on the top of their ticket. somebody who should have been indicted two months ago and now should be indicted for pay to play state department. >> yeah, but rudy, if they talk about what donald trump said regarding the second amendment, they don't have to talk about this. >> you don't see this on the front page of the new york times. >> no. >> it's okay to pay billions,
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millions and get favors from th new york times. and donald trump is the problem? the problem here is we have a candidate for president of the united states who should right now be sitting with a criminal defense lawyer getting ready to go to trial. >> all right. i actually don't know what's on the cover of the new york times because i don't read it. >> i look at the court. it is not on the cover of the new york times. i assure you. >> rudy giuliani joining us for a second day in a row. will you be back tomorrow? >> who knows. >> depends on what happens the rest of the day. >> this campaign has 50 more chapters. >> thank you so much. great to see you. >> meanwhile, call it the summer of terror. 14 major terrorist attacks across the globe so far this summer. what can we do to stop the attacks and why are some lawmakers standing in the way? that's next. and a high school football coach fired for praying on the field. now taking his fight for faith to a whole new level. we'll explain that.
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terror. since july, hundreds have been killed in 14 different major terror acts across the globe. so why is this happening? and what needs to be done to stop it? here to help answer that is our friend dr. sebastian, professor of strategy and irregular warfare at the institute of world politics. he is also the author of the book keep feeding jihad. doctor, good morning to you. >> good morning, steve. >> why so many terror attacks this summer? >> yeah, because isis is winning the war. they've changed their strategy from their parent organization. remember, isis came out of al qaeda and it's not about big spectaculars like bin laden was interested in like 9/11. it's classic gorilla warfare. inspire you people around the world, whether it's in orlando, whether it's in nice, france, whether it's in istanbul and use
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low cost methods of attack, buy a rifle, go into a nightclub, get into a truck and mow people down. it's cheap and it works, steve. >> sure. let's look at a couple of them on the first of july in bangladesh, a restaurant was hostage. 22 dead there. in nice, france, you mentioned the guy in the truck. said he had ice cream in the back. reportedly inspired by isis, 84, killed, 300 wounded. afghanistan, july 23rd, twin explosions hit a demonstration, isis claimed responsibility. 80 dead and finally july 24th, german attack, dual attacks in two different cities. a woman was killed by a machete, suicide bomb, both fled syria. how do we make sure -- i get the low-tech angle of it. how do we make sure what happened over there hasn't happened here? it does happen here. it's happened with san bernardino and at the pulse
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nightclub. but going forward. >> right, so the main part of the war against terrorism is human intelligence. it's putting our assets in place, under cover assets, undercover agents. it's actually profiling because profiling works. if i'm looking for a 6'3" black bank robber, i don't hassle 83-year-old white grandmothers. so it's just common sense. it's the kind of tools that mayor de blasio is trying to shoot down in new york. it's the kinds of things nypd really developed over the last 15 years that worked, steve. >> well, they have worked. we just had rudy giuliani here and it was during his administration that they started doing things like that where they actually had undercover officers go into publicly available mosques just to hear what was going on. now you can't do that. >> right. so if we look at where these people are being recruited,
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where they're being indoctrinated, in red kal mosques by radical imams, why should we not look there or why should we say, well, we should be looking in churches or jewish temples? it's illogical. the fact is you go where the bad guys are. mayor giuliani said it again and again and again, if i'm working against the mafia, i go to the italian restaurants where the mob hangs out. i don't go to the indian restaurants, right? >> i've heard him say that. dr. gorka with great insight. sir, thank you for joining us on this wednesday. >> thanks steve. >> you get. next up on the rundown, donald trump supporter slammed with a crowbar and attacked just for wearing this t-shirt. will the mainstream media cover it? maybe not so much. and bill and hillary, the comic book version. their scandals laid out like you've never seen them before. right there. tired of re-dosing antacids?
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there is chaos on the streets of ferguson. overnight yet again on the anniversary of michael brown's death. [ gunshots ] [ screaming ] >> somebody is shooting! somebody is shooting! oh my god! oh! >> a car speeding through a group of protesters hits a man so hard that he went flying through the air. that's when gunshots started erupting, shooting at the car as it was speeding away. the man was taken to hospital and is expected to be okay. michael brown was shot by a police officer in 2014, setting off a lot of violence anti-cop riots all across our country. could there be a cold-blooded serial killer on the loose? police have not ruled that out in connection between the
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murders of the two joggers. vanessa a google employee from new york city went out for a jog while she was visiting her mother in princeton, massachusetts, but she never came home. her body was found just one week after a early similar case was murdered while jogging in queens, new york. police are piecing together all the possible links. we'll continue to keep you posted. steve? ainsley, our next guests have turned the clintons into comic book villains. kind of. [ laughter ]. >> the mini scandal surrounding bill and hillary clinton laid out in the book "clinton cash" is now packed into a new graphic novel. >> joining us is the author of "clinton cash" foreign governments made bill and hillary rich. >> good morning to both of you.
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>> good morning. >> graphic novel, we used to call those comic books, right? >> that's true. that's very true. >> what happens? >> they're not printed on newsprint anymore. they're a little more sophisticated, printed on nicer paper. we have a hard cover on this book as well, so it's sophisticated comic. >> peter, which cover do you like more? >> well, i tell you, i think they did a great job, the artists. this is a brewster's millions, that movie that came out. i think this is sort of the rendition of that. i think it's fabulous. what's so interesting for me is this is a cultural shift. i'm an investigative journalist. i write non-fiction books. when they first came to me with this idea, how is that going to work? you take journalism and create something like this. they did a fabulous job turning it into a narrative story, making it accessible to people. >> let's talk about podium economics. there's bill clinton right there, he is handing in some benjamins to this person. what are you trying to say there? >> he is taking a deposit
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actually. >> he is taking the money. >> he is taking a deposit. and we have ten foreign dictators and all making dmosts. >> all donors to the clinton foundation. >> and the clinton global initiative, exactly. >> according to that man's book. >> what's so interesting is it's follow the money. it's the old story of follow the money. i think what this graphic novel does is conveys it in a way that makes it accessible to people who don't have time to sit down and read a nonfiction book. it's humorous. it's a lot of great visual images. >> there's good humor on this panel as well. ronald reagan, george h.w. bush and down here bill clinton. >> expresidents have all hit the lecture circuit, but nobody has done it in the manner that bill clinton has. the fact that his wife was first a senator and then secretary of state. it was conveying with the podium economics panel in the middle. are these really speaking fees
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or are these deposits and in attempts bribe or gain access to the clintons through these speaking gigs? >> sure. there's a lot of curveballs in this particular story because it's not exhibit a, ladies and gentlemen. you have to connect some of the dots. >> right. >> that's got to be daunting for you to try to figure out how to put it on a panel. you know expertly. >> we have fantastic talent. we have chuck dixon who has over 40 years experience at marvel and dc. he helped bring it together along with the artists. but it's taking this book and turning it into a visual story telling. >> okay. peter, got to ask you about the block buster story we had tom fenton from judicial watch. you know, we'll walk a little closer. >> all right. >> they have 300 new pages that show essentially these were e-mails that nobody had seen before. >> right. >> they got them from huma abedin. it looks like if you want to
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influence at the state department just give cash to the clinton foundation. >> that's what we have going on right here. >> that's exactly right. tom fenton's judicial watch, they do fantastic work. yeah, there's a lot of e-mails now that indicate that if you were a major clinton foundation donor, a guy like gilbert that you gain access to the state department. you're a foreign businessman you want to be on good terms with america's chief diplomat. the way to do that is pay bill to give a speech or donate to the clinton foundation. >> somebody wound up getting a job on the international security advisory board after donating $1 million even though he had no experience in the field. >> exactly. >> makes perfect sense. >> wasn't there a song about money changes everything. >> that's exactly right. >> pay to play. that's right. brett, tharng very much. >> brett, thanks a lot. >> appreciate it. >> check out the graphic novel. >> there you go. meanwhile, was a dnc staffer murdered for releasing thousands of incriminating e-mails to wikileaks. that's one conspiracy theory floating around the internet
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well, here is a new twist. was that dnc staffer assassinated? >> wikileaks is now offering up a $20,000 reward for any information onset rich's death. adding to speculation that he was the dnc e-mail leaker. >> melanie is live in washington, d.c. with details. good morning, melanie. >> reporter: good morning, guys. this is really jaw dropping developments here. now, seth rich worked as the voter expansion data director
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here at dnc headquarters. there are a number of, let's call them, intriguing things about his murder a month ago. now you add this interview with wikileaks founder julian assange and that has thrown gasoline on all these internet theories. >> whistle blowers go to significant efforts to get us material and often very significant risks. the 27-year-old worked for the dnc was shot in the back, murdered just two weeks ago for unknown reasons as he was walking down the street in washington. so -- >> that was just a robbery, i believe, wasn't it? >> no. there's no finding. >> what are you suggesting? what are you suggesting? >> i'm suggesting that our sources take risks. >> was he one of your sources then? >> we don't comment on who our sources are. >> so here is a little bit of the back details here. it was 4:00 a.m. on a sunday.
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12 days before wikileaks ducked that cash of damaging dnc e-mails. seth rich was walking home. he was blocks from his house. there were gunshots and police say signs of a struggle. rich was alive when police arrived, he couldn't tell them anything. now, there had been several armed robberies in that area, but rich's wallet and cell phone were still with him when he died at the hospital. so here is the question -- does wikileaks really have some information here or is this nothing more than a distasteful publicity stunt? d.c. police for their part said there is no information to suggest that seth rich's murder was connected to his job. meanwhile, they're happy to take the additional reward money now up to $45,000. back to you in new york. >> melmelanie, thank you very m. a lot we don't know. >> you're right. now we'll hand it over to heather who has headlines for us. >> good morning. good morning to all of you. a kansas water park where that 10-year-old boy was killed will
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reopen later this morning. caleb schwab was thrown from the nearly 170 foot water slide. his death sparking so much outrage. past riders claim they reported strap issues. including one woman who took this picture of her friend whose shoulder strap came completely off mid ride. she joined us earlier on fox and friends saying that the straps apparently don't even work. listen. >> i was worried that the velcro straps were not going to hold me in. the life guard looked at me and assured me that it's really not a big deal. the velcro straps are really just to make you feel safer. they're not technically really just to hold you in. >> good enough. well, that water slide will remain closed for the rest of the season. a 62-year-old donald trump supporter violently attacked with a crowbar for wearing this shirt you're about to see. police say that he was followed by a man in a car who scolded him for wearing the trump
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t-shirt. see that one with donald trump's face on it. oh, boy, that's quite a shirt right there. but in all seriousness, they started beating him in a restaurant parking lot in new jersey. he was treated for injuries to his hands, his arms and his legs. that attacker still on the run. we hope hi recovers well. a high school football coach fired for praying with his team is now taking legal action in hopes of getting back on the sidelines. joe kennedy setting off a national debate about religious rights when he was let go by the bremerton school district in washington state for engaging in a prayer of thanks at the end of games. well, kennedy talking exclusively on the kelly file saying he just wants his freedoms as an american. >> being america, we are taught to embrace it, not to try to hide it or be ashamed of it, to have the freedom that everybody else in america is supposed to have. the kids there are incredible and this whole reason is because
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of those young men. >> the school district in washington says it will let the federal court decide. those are your headlines. let's head over to maria who has a look at your weather for us today. good morning, maria. >> hi, good morning, heather. we are tracking all kinds of weather and problems that are going on across the nation today. i want to start out across parts of the southeastern u.s. out here we have already been dealing with some significant flooding occurring across portions of northern florida. there has been water standing on roadways out there and the flooding is forecasted to actually continue. we have watches in effect and the concern out here is that could still pick up a foot of rain i essentially across portions of louisiana and that's why those watches are out there for additional flash flooding that is possible. meanwhile, across the northeast, some showers and storms and heavy rain pushing through portions of new york state and pennsylvania. meanwhile across the northern plains, we have storms out there right now and there could be additional severe weather through the afternoon and evening hours with large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes possible and that threat will remain in place across the center of the nation
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as we head into tomorrow. now let's head over to ainsley. ♪ i don't know how you do what you do, i'm so in love with you ♪ ♪ it just keeps getting better >> isn't that one of the best songs? we've all been listening to this music for a very long time. you know them for their chart topping hits like "amaze,"" i'm already there." go and down load their new song and buy and support this band, the band we love, lonestar. >> look at that crowd. yeah! >> now, richie, would you introduce your band for us, please. >> yes. this is mr. dean from garland, texas. pete is from texas. michael brit from everman texas. >> how long have you been together? >> we've been together probably
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24 years about. we're going on 25. >> 24 years. ten number one hit. when you got together all those years ago, did you ever think this was possible? >> i don't think we did. i think we hoped it would happen, but you know what, when we started out 24 years ago this guy's jeep pulling a little u haul trailer, we were playing cover music. we played to pay the bills. you start having hit, wow, we really did it. >> we did it! >> here we are in new york city! we made it! >> if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere. >> that's what they say. >> keith, i know you're involved in the armed forces. you play a lot for the armed forces. tell us a little bit about that. >> ever since our song that richie wrote "i'm already there" came out on radio and everything, the military adopted that as their coming home song or their being away from home song and it just kind of really struck a chord with them. as a result, we have the chance to play for the president of the united states a couple of times and just meant so much to the military.
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we've been involved with the military ever since then doing a lot of benefits and going overseas and all that. it's been really great. >> well, we appreciate that and we love you for that. michael, what's it like to be on the road with these guys for all these years? >> you know, we start playing music because we didn't want to grow up and we haven't, i don't think. we feel like we're kids out in the parking lot of the hotel playing games and cooking out and stuff. this is our -- we have responsibilities now with kids and everything, so when we're on the road, it's fun play time for a little bit. >> i know you're going to perform for us coming up the new song "never enders." i want to ask you q already there" what was that about? >> phone conversation with my son when he was 4 years old. we were gone and in southern california. when you hear a squeaky little voice, daddy, when are you coming home? if you're a song writer, that would inspire anyone. it definitely did. the song writer lightbulbs went off. out of the mouths of babes. >> so sweet. the message kwch i'm already
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there." we'll hear that new song coming up. thanks so much for being with us, lonestar. we love you. [ cheers and applause ] . in other news, jumping off the trump train and bashing him in the media. but our next guest says shouldn't we be focussed on hillary? and is the water supposed to be green in rio? we don't think so. >> heck no, rio. ♪ i know right now you can't tell ♪ houston: mission allergy escape. for those who've gone to extremes to escape their unrelenting nasal allergy symptoms... houston: news alert... new from the makers of claritin, clarispray. ♪ welcome back. clarispray is a nasal allergy spray that contains the #1 prescribed, clinically proven ingredient.
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meter freestyle relay. way to go. cay di ledecky winning the women's 200 meter freestyle. then the women's gymnastic team led by aly raisman and simone biles dominating. the u.s. in first place with 26 total medals. and add this to the list of problems about the water in rio. forget about how it was supposedly dirty. the olympic diving pool turned green overnight. officials say they tested the water and it's safe. the show will go on. they think the color orange is because of algae and the fact that the diving pool is warmer than the swimming pool. >> that makes it so much better. >> yuck. >> i don't think they're thinking about that. they just won a gold. >> or diving into green. >> back to politics. another member of the republican party jumping off the trump train. >> maine senator susan collins
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disowning -- >> disavowing. >> she is not supporting donald trump basically. in a scathing op-ed in the washington post she writes -- >> in it, she writes trump's insuitable for office is based on his disregard for the precept of treating others with respect, an idea that should transcends politics. but will this really matter in november? here we have donald trump supporter leslie. good morning, leslie. >> good morning. >> good morning. thank you so much for having me on. >> well, you're never going to have 100% of any party behind any one candidate, but it seems like there are some rather vocal anti-trump people out there. >> there are. it's unfortunate that sandra collins chose not to support donald trump. by not supporting donald trump she is essentially supporting hillary clinton. there are so many flaws with secretary clinton that we just don't have time to list them all, but she is secretary of the same, the same old policies of barack obama, the same old
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failed regulations that are hurting small businesses. that's what we need to be focussed on. and it's a shame that this senator from maine chose to look out for herself and not the american people. >> you know, isn't this just more of the same because she is considered the establishment. so will it really even matter to the voters? >> it doesn't. that's what senator who has been in d.c. for 20 plus years, the exact same as those individuals who wrote that letter condemning donald trump policies that these individuals are more of the washington elite that americans are tired of. americans care about jobs. that's why they are coming out in droves supporting donald trump is because donald trump is growing jobs while hillary clinton is growing lives. >> madame attorney general, you look at this, i think anyone would say and you admit as well, it would be great to have these other republican's support. is there anything that donald trump is looking to do or the campaign looking to do anything different to try to bring in these republicans perhaps become more mainstream in the way he taubs or things like that? or figure these folks are just
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lost? >> well, i think that donald trump is reaching millions and millions of americans and perhaps there are a handful of washington insiders that don't want to support him. that's okay. because we want to reach out to americans in pennsylvania, ohio and across the united states who are looking for a president to lead, who are looking for a president who will grow jobs, cut taxes. hillary clinton is looking to grow regulations, grow lives as she has been doing and essentially hurt the american economy. >> okay. well, it would make sense that some insiders wouldn't like the outsider in that case regarding donald trump. leslie rut ledge, attorney general for the great state of arkansas, ma'am, thank you very much. >> thank you. you know their hits like "amazed." up next country superstar group lonestar, they're going to perform their new single, steve. but meanwhile, the lone star of the next show is bill hammer. >> oh, my, step away, folks.
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good morning. was the state department working hand in hand with the clinton foundation with newly found e-mails suggest about that today. the electoral map is changing, he said. we'll show you how. what did donald trump mean? we'll play you the clip in its entirety. you make the call. hillary clinton was asked about the orlando killer's father showing up at her event, we'll show you her answer as well. ten minute asian was away, we'l then. you should be getting double miles on every purchase! switch...to the capital one venture card. with venture, you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase, everywhere, every day. not just ...(dismissively) airline purchases. seriously... double miles... everywhere. what's in your wallet? therthat can be serious,ere. even fatal to infants. it's whooping cough,
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here is lonestar with their new song "never enders." take it away. >> one, two, three! ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ woo-oo-oo
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enders ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ we are the fire that keeps on burning ♪ ♪ always live and always learning ♪ ♪ we wear our hearts out on our sleeves for all the world to see, to see, to see ♪ ♪ we are crazy wild dreamers ♪ we are long shot believers ♪ we are are make a promise keepers ♪ ♪ we are, we are, we are ♪ we are, we are, we are ♪ we are never enders
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♪ yeah ♪ for worse or better, we are, we are never enders ♪ ♪ we are, we are, we are ♪ we are crazy wild dreamers ♪ we are long shot believers ♪ we are make a promise keepers ♪ ♪ we are, we are ♪ we are now, we are forever ♪ we are in this thing together ♪ ♪ we don't give up or surrender ♪ ♪ we are, we are, we are never enders ♪ ♪ yeah-ea-eah
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"fox & friends" we're going to be on facebook live. we'll talk to peter switzer, the author of "clinton cash" for ten minutes. you like to watch, go to our facebook page, bill: thank you, everybody. newly released hillary clinton emails showing the top donors to the clinton foundation were possibly seeking favors from the state department when clinton was at the helm. how are you doing? abby: i'm abby huntsman in for martha maccallum. 44 new emails released to the pun as part of a conservative group's lawsuit to the state department. the "new york times" is calling a close and sometimes overlapping interests between the state department

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