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[national anthem] ♪ hi, friends, good morning. it's saturday, the 13th of august, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. a fox news alert. a state of emergency is declared in louisiana as deadly storms thrash the gulf coast. water rushing through the streets. the threat far from over. >> another brutal hack on the democrats. some of the documents straight from nancy pelosi's computer. >> and then what does bill clinton think about his wife's email scandal. >> biggest bull i ever heard. >> it's the biggest bull he has ever heard. we will fill in the blanks on that one. four hours of awesome programming this morning. buckle your seat belts, ladies and gentlemen, the
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show begins now. ♪ ♪ >> hey, everybody, welcome in to "fox & friends weekend." how was your vacation? >> it was lovely. >> following you on social media. >> lots of hagus and lots of scotch. >> tell everybody what it is. too early in the morning. >> it was delicious. hagus gets a bad wrap it's like a meat product. >> don't think about the details just dive in. >> yuck. get a tortilla chip or something and scoop it right up. >> great to have you back. hagus and all. >> nice to see you. a fox news alert. another hack on democrats. this time hundreds of personal phone numbers and emails for house members released. >> goose 2 point 0 is taking credit for it. breaking details. what you can tell us? >> anna, tucker, and clayton, good morning. this is only the latest document in what is becoming a string of cyber attacks on
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the democratic party. last night the hacker or group of hackers known as giewfer 2.0 stolen from the democratic national committee. the campaign arm of house democrats. while it does not include personal emails does include contact information for 193 house democrats. emails, cell phones, and home addresses. the documents also list shared pass words for the dnc and campaign documents. it was able to contact steny hoyer using the number listed and when they called it was first he heard of it. guccifer 2.0 posted the documents on a blog along with this statement that reads in part it's time for new revelations now. all of you may have heard about the dccc hack. as you are aware i won't
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reach my time. it was even easier than the dnc breach. it says in a statement we are aware of reports that documents claim to be from our network have been released and are investigating their authenticity. now, this all comes in the wake of these other cyber attacks that we have heard and top intelligence officials say they do believe that they come from a group affiliated with the russian government. guccifer 2.0 though says it has no relation to the russians. back to you all. >> interesting. garrett tenney from washington. subject of many news stories in the past couple weeks foreign actors trying to buy influence from the state department when hillary clinton ran it by donating to the clinton foundation. the bill, hillary, and chelsea clinton foundation. now comes news from the daily caller that three cities, u.s. attorneys in conjunction with the fbi are investigating those claims actively right now. >> right. so if the doj may not be doing this out of
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washington, d.c., field offices for the fbi may be doing so in little rock, arkansas, where the clinton foundation was set up. in new york city where the clinton global initiative takes place and headquarters are and also in washington, d.c. where she spent her time at the state department. >> i mean, this is mind-blowing. if you think about it i'm sure your head is spinning at home. wait a minute, didn't we have like an email investigation? how is this different now than the clinton scandal in the clinton foundation? how are they separate? they are separate. we have a former fbi agent that's going to come on the show to talk about that the former fbi assistant director on what these probes actually mean. two total different things. were they being paid to play. fly over and give a speech. get cozy and give money to bill clinton for a speech. >> it is a scandal piñata that has not yet been broken open. for years people want to know why in the world would the government of the united arab emirates with the saudis, the north koreas
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attempting to deal doo a deal with the clinton foundation. why would they be so anxious to help a foundation that doesn't give money to the poor? they want to buy influence. >> tootsy rolls and. what has the campaign done? hillary clinton released her taxes and cain has done so as well. now they are pressuring donald trump to do so. he is saying this isn't what people care about. what people care about is different records from you, hillary clinton. >> this happened last night. so, maybe change the conversation on a friday night, you know, friday night in the middle of summer everyone is out on a poet or going to the movies. jason miller, campaign spokesperson for the trump campaign had this to say. hillary clinton has turned over the only records nobody wants to see from her. the american public wants to see the 33,000 emails that she deleted. we want to see the clinton foundation records showing how the clintons sold our uranium to russia. we want to see the pay for
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play emails. the wall street speeches clinton was paid $10,000 a minute to give. >> i was imrad to seat tax returns. the clintons have paid a quarter of a billion dollars since he left office. a quarter of a billion dollars. >> they were broke and needed it. >> we'll dive into the tax returns later in the show. >> every dollar she gave to charity was her own foundation. is it really charity if i give charity but the charity is the carlson children education fund is, that really charity? >> george castanza on seinfeld called the human fund create your own charity. >> this whole email discussion democrats have played off as just a witch-hunt from republicans. bill clinton back out on the campaign trail after his big speech at the dnc convention had this to say about the email scandal. listen. >> first of all, the fbi director said when he testified before congress he had to amend his previous day's statement that she had never received any emails
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marked classified. they saw two little notes with a c on it. this is the piggest bull i have ever heard. her adversaries are very good at doing reverse plastic surgery. the truth is that it was a mistake for her to use her personal email even though her predecessors had and her successor john kerry did for a year until it was no longer legal. but she should have known there would be a different set of rules apply to her if she ever ran for president. >> kind of a way he is saying the same sort of thing that hillary clinton said with chris wallace last sunday that got her in to hot water for a whole week. >> somewhere director comey of the fbi is sitting in his pajamas watching this probably in suburban d.c. saying wait that's not what i said. i said in public hillary clinton sent over 100 emails with classified information them n. them. and here is the former president of the united states saying i didn't say that. good try defending your wife and all that. that's professionally untrue.
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>> this is politics. these are politicians. they don't spew facts. >> that's flat out lying. >> what is the american public thinking? maybe they are buying what hillary clinton and bill clinton is saying that emails this, emails that way way. >> pennsylvania, battle ground state hugely important for the clinton campaign she has to hold onto the state. if donald trump can take pennsylvania it's a huge boone for his camp. he was in altoona yesterday trying to drum up support and talking about hillary clinton lying and her email scandal. listen. >> hey, look, look. has anybody lied as much as hillary clinton? has anybody? >> no. >> you look at the fbi director and you see what went on with the emails. you see how she got away with that i think that that will go down in her career as her single greatest achievement how she got out
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of that mess. but she is not out of it yet. let's see what happens. let's see what happens. it's disgraceful. honestly, it's disgraceful. >> it's probably helpful to the donald trump campaign that he is talking about her emails and not about clinton and obama being founders of isis. >> what upsets me about that comey speech that is he referring to here if it was anybody else any other person might be prosecuted right now. you don't want to feel the system is corrupt. it's disgraceful. >> that's been his whole narrative is talking about these different standards. different rules apply to you the working class folks here in this room. >> i don't want to believe that i want to think it's a fair system, i really do. >> court bernie sanders supporters too. >> louisiana now under a state of emergency after heavy downpours led to severe flooding. >> take a look at this. torrential rain already claiming the lives two of people. dozens also had to be
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rescued from waist high water including this one several bystanders are being called heroes after elderly driver washed off the road. >> i told them, you know, don't panic. i'm here for you. i'm going to get you out of these waters. i'm going to rescue you. >> wow. not even to mention air travel yesterday which was really a mess. rick reichmuth was watching it all and he joins us now with an update. >> remember i was talking about this whole week long seven days of rain across the central gulf. seven days later and exact same system. think about all the tropical systems, hurricane katrina all the litany of hurricanes hit the central gulf, this one is bringing more rain and flooding in a lot of cases here inland across louisiana than we have seen with any of those storms. not a hurricane because the center of it is over land not over water. had this been a little bit to the south we would have had a completely different likely worse situation. but the rain has been falling for 36 hours now in some spots. well over 20 inches. primarily just to the west
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of new orleans into the north. so up around baton rouge. that's the bulls eye of this. the moisture is still in place. it's not done. we're going to see some spots likely next says of a another foot of rain over the next couple days before this is done. not just the southern gulf. moisture is going to get pulled up into the mississippi river valley and ohio river valley and spots 10 inches of rain this weekend. >> 10 inches? >> yeah. >> that's not serious. >> i said 20 inches earlier. >> it's already serious, a lot of people in big threat here. >> holy smokes. >> tell you about other stories making headlines starting with a fox news alert. police officer is dead after being shot in a traffic stop in hatch, new mexico. jose chavez was shot in the neck by the passenger stopped car with two other men inside. the suspects sped off 100 miles per hour before stopping to allegedly steal
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another car and shooting its driver. they finally surrendered after police blew out the tires of that stolen car. just awful. two other suspects were later arrested after taking off on foot. the carjacking victim who was shot is being treated but his condition is unknown. the officer who had been with the department for two years died after surgery. another fox news alert now a major twist in a story that's captivated america. >> the disappearance of theresa hallmark remains a mystery. >> really strange. >> what's going on here. >> do you remember? a lot of you probably did. netflix series making a murderer a judge in wisconsin just overturned the 2007 conviction of 26-year-old brendan. remember he was just 17 years old when he was found guilty of helping his uncle steven avery rape and murder theresa hall haul back. a photographer for magazine. he has confessed to the crimes on cam are this morning a federal judge has
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ruled that the controversial confession was coerced by investigators and he should be retried or released. >> honesty is the thing that's going to help you. no matter what you did we can work through that we can't make any promises but we will stand behind you no matter what you did. >> he could be freed within the next 90 days. >> i watched a couple of those. >> i watched the whole thing captivating. being force to do answer that poor kid 9 years of his life in prison. >> seemed eager to give the story they wanted. >> high speed pursuit comes to dramatic end. >> truck being chased for an hour is crushed at an intersection. holy smokes why were the cops going after this guy? >> hillary clinton emails thousands of them. feds are reportedly investigating the clinton foundation. will the results be different this time? very latest on breaking news from clinton world. stay tuned. ♪ tell me lies
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pretty much centered on the idea of gross negligence and mishandling classified information. this is different in that this involves violation of the criminal statutes involving corruption. and you could look at a vast range of charges here. you could look at banking transaction type charges, campaign financing type charges. and violations of the foreign corrupt practices act. the other major difference here is that in the one case, we talked about the emails. they were the case. in this instance, the emails might very well have the content that helps make the case. as opposed to the first email case. this is the -- this is a series of crimes that involve specific intent. so, they are going to have to dig pretty deep here to determine whether or not the activities that we're hearing about involve such type of intent. >> right. >> and actually cross the line. >> a lot of observers i know of this are raising eyebrows over the involvement of the u.s. attorney southern
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district of new york tough character hard on wall street. i heard someone yesterday saying if i were being investigated this is not the guy i would want doing the investigation i would be afraid. how do you assess that? >> i will tell you, i think these investigations are best placed in the field. if you want to do this kind of investigation, the new york office and people higher and those places are where to be. you have relationships established there. whether you are in d.c. or anywhere, you are going to have assistant u.s. attorneys and u.s. attorneys working closely with agents. they work with them before. and they are being very blunt and very candid conversations. and they will be happening every day. i think we could be pretty sure if there is anything here, they are going to get to the bottom of it. and it's kind of one of those things where you have all of these allegations, you want to try to find out if there is anything substantive there. and i kind of like to remind people though in anything like, this and what you said earlier, tucker, was very important. our ability to believe in
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democracy and trust our government depends upon how these things turn out. and what people are doing. and i think back to watergate. you know, everybody says that started with the second rate burglary and by the end of the day over 40 people had been convicted, a number of the people around the president had been sent to jail it involved campaign type violations. >> terry turchie, thank you for your analysis. >> thank you both. >> the u.s. marines now looking for a few good women. we will tell you what that means. >> and the nfl tells the dallas cowboys they can't honor fallen officers with a helmet decal. is that fair or is it just a sticker? fair and balanced debate coming up next. ♪ mommas, don't let your babies grow up to be cowboys.
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welcome back. a win in the fight against terror. and american drone strike has killed a top isis leader khan in afghanistan. considered khan a global terrorist. he once worked with the taliban. now he is dead. and the united states marines looking for a few good women. recruiters turning to girls in high school sports teams to find physically qualified candidates. starting this campaign because they are having a hard time to find women who qualify under the standards required for men. of course, there are different standards required for male and female marines. anna? >> all right, tucker. thanks so much. 24 minutes after the hour. the dallas cowboys seeking to honor our fallen police officers killed in an attack last month and across the country mel met decal this season. the nfl says no. some are praising the decision saying the arm in arm decals could open door
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for political interest groups. does it seem fair or a total foul? here to discuss is tamara holder, fox news contributor and host of sports court and entrepreneur and former player and author of team works. good morning. thanks for coming on. you think this is good or bad? >> so, look, i think they should be wearing the decals. i mean, come on. there has been in modern times, there is no group more prime position to do have an impact for the betterment of social change for the nfl, the national football league. this is a little bit ridiculous. you have god a major local issue with the municipality and the murder of five police officers. you have got arguably the country's most popular nfl team who is local who want to honor the local police officers who defend everything. they should be allow to do wear the decals. it's a little bit ridiculous. >> the police officers were all killed, you know, most of us were having barbecues poolside the week of july and those individuals are
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mourning the local community is really mourning. it happened at a peaceful black lives matter protest, would that alienate that movement, tamara? >> yeah. i think that look. the nfl is a multibillion-dollar industry. they are a business. and for somebody to come in or a group of people to come in who work for a canned say i want you to allow me to wear a decal on my uniform it's absolutely preposterous. i want to know people think cowboys should be doing this also would think that it's okay for the chicago bears to wear a decal for laquon mcdonald or paul o'neil. two people who have been killed recently or allegedly killed by the chicago police officers unjustly. so i think that in order for the nfl to stay out of this, they should make sure that they don't support one issue or another. >> well, and to that point, there have been instances where staples -- statements have been made. trample, breast cancer awareness month. all of the players wearing
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pink socks and gloves and in memory of sean taylor murdered in 2007. in honor of pat tillman killed in afghanistan in 2004 and iran hostages in 1981. one more example denver decal for victims of wildfires in 2012. and the aurora shootings and also there for the wildfires. and then for 9/11. so it has been done in the past. >> there is precedent, obviously. again, i think this is just another instance where a situation is being politicized way beyond what it should be. this is a dallas community issue. it's obviously become a national issue. and it is national issue. it really effects the local market. and the dallas cowboys on their own initiative with jerry jones wanted to honor the police officers. those cops work in the stadiums. they work in the local communities. they're connected to those people. they want to do honor those people. and they wanted to honor it in a way where a lot of other people would see that detail and google arm in arm
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and get involved and maybe the nfl could take a position and stand up for something. i think they fumbled pardon the pun on this one and i absolutely think it's ridiculous. come on. >> what do you think the fans want from the nfl in this situation? >> i think it's just like we are here. just like our audience is split on what they think is appropriate for the nfl to do. and that is exactly why the nfl must stay out of this because it's just -- it's too political. for the breast cancer awareness, it's an issue that isn't political. for pat tillman, he was a member of the team. and for the -- in colorado with the bronchos it was 4167 wildfires throughout the state. one of the members of the team ben garland, his home was actually damaged by the wildfires. so, this was a nationwide -- i'm sorry a statewide. >> but the community -- >> -- i don't understand that. >> it is so unfortunate that it has become that way. it really is. >> thank you for coming on. 28 minutes after the hour on
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♪ hello from the other side ♪ i must have called a thousand times. >> oh, i'm sorry. on the heels of president obama releasing his summer play list vice president joe biden decide to do drop his list of summer tunes including on his ipod adele's hello made the cut. all with the beatles come together. frank sinatra my way and lady gaga song. >> dropping the mike on the lady gaga song. we want know from you at home what's on your summer play list email us at friends@foxnews.com. >> tell the truth unlike biden's office. i don't believe this for a second. >> you don't? >> lady gaga? if you were to get ahold of joe biden's ipad or pod it
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would be all dean martin. littln but mostly dean martin. >> jackson five songs. friends@foxnews.com. email us. >> except taylor swift who is on yours summer play list. >> summer, fall, spring, winter usually grateful dead. i like blue grass, too. >> i just listen to everything. jazz, mix it up with everything. steely dan, sting. what about you? >> whatever is on the radio. >> how do you notice already. >> it's impressive. >> all right. 34 minutes after the hour. on to other stories making headlines. details united states so-called ransom payment to iran, a top doj official named as one of many people who objected to the 400-million-dollar cash drop. at the same time, released several americans being held as prisoners. the "wall street journal" reports that john carlin the head of the national security division thought it might look too much like a
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ransom payment. the white house maintains it was part of a larger settlement. thief in high speed chase. watch this driver in texas dodging police, whipping in and out of traffic for nearly an hour with both front tires blown off. well, finally the suspect speeding through a red light gets t-boned by a car carrying a woman and her four kids. they ended one minor injuries. the driver of the truck was hospitalized and then jailed. miranda rights delivered in spanish? well, texas attorneys are now pushing for standardized spanish version of the warning. they say it's because officers have been given different translations where important meaning of words are being lost in translation leading to confusion and cases being overturned. hillary or trump. one late firefighter happily avoid both according to his hilarious obituary. william zeigler's family writes this zeigler escaped
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his mortal realm. we think he did it on purpose to avoid having a decision in the pending presidential election. zeigler then spent 25 years with the new orleans fire department until he, quote, suddenly realized that running away from burning buildings made more sense than running toward them. and those are your news headlines. >> wow. some humor. >> he died rather than vote. that's kind of dark, actually. >> rick reichmuth is a dark man. >> how about that intro? especially for bass pro. >> have we ever named this guy? >> no. >> it's gary, the grizzly. >> gary the grizzly. >> gary, welcome back. bass pro shops is here. always the best morning when they are here. not the best morning across a lot of the south. take a look at the weather maps. show you what's going on. the system plaguing the gulf all week long. very slowly drifted off toward the central gulf. this has been the bulls eye
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the last 36 hours or so. some spots have seen over 20 inches of rain. record flooding in louisiana. a place that gets a lot of rain and a lot of flooding. when you have record flooding that tells you how big this is. all of this moisture is going to be pulled around a high pressure system that's been plaguing the east coast and bringing these baking hot temperatures and humidity. on the western periphery all that rain. flooding this week into this week across parts of mississippi river valley and ohio river valley. get ready parts of arkansas over toward southern indiana and illinois and ohio this week. we will see a lot of moisture. all right. it's also hot and humid. take a look what happens across the kay today across the eastern seaboard. this is feels like temperatures. factor in the heat with the humidity. it is going to feel like 110 again for all the big cities along the i-95 corridor that is with us again for the day tomorrow unfortunately. all right, clayton, send it inside to you. >> thanks, rick.
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well, the american way of life under threat. that's what many voters are saying in these new polls we were showing you. monmouth university asked americans how much they feel that their way of life is being threatened right now. a whopping 47% say they feel their way of life is being threatened a great deal. another 61% saying islamic terrorist currently threatened their lives. 61%. in fact, concerns like these are given rise to a voting block known as security moms. the all important voting block security moms. here now to address these concerns are cathy, debra and nell all sitting with us this morning. nice to see all of you this morning. >> so you saw some of those recent polls. i want to try to play the can a turn view off the top. white house saying we have gotten safer, wages finally starting to group a little bit. gas prices at their lowest point. record lows right now. it's not the 1970s, we are actually safer. what do you think about that beth? >> i disagree.
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i do not think that we are safer. i think that the number one issue, especially in this year's election is going to be national security. i believe that all people or groups that are opposed to the values that are inherit in our constitution are a threat to our american way of life. i certainly believe that americans are kind of in denial about that. and, in this election, i believe clinton and the liberals are in denial. that the islamic state is actually a threat to our american way of life. >> when you look at the two candidates, cathy, when you think of these two candidates, hillary clinton who was secretary of state in the white house, in the situation room, that's been her argument. she is the right person to lead us internationally. donald trump. between those two candidates, right now, who strikes a chord with you? >> clearly donald trump. and with hillary, yes, she does have the experience, but i think that's one of the things that the majority of american people are rebelling against. we don't want the same
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politician. we also have the re-set button that didn'twork out so well for any of us. not only that but she has a tremendous number of scandals that come out. we cannot pretend those things do not exist and give us some sense of who she is going to be like if she becomes president. >> now, are we safer now than we were eight years ago according to the white house? >> um, are we safer now than we were? no. i don't think so. i mean, look what's happened in france over the last few months. i definitely don't feel safer than i did eight years ago. >> what about your family? you talk about these issues at the dinner table. >> yeah. >> how does it evening you personally? >> i'm a psycho therapist, i'm very careful how much my children get to watch the news. there is so much violence going on not only abroad but our own country. i work very carefully to make sure that they get
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information, if they can through me first before they hear it on the school bus in the morning. >> debra, we see these polls, this monmouth university poll way of life under threat. 61%. do you feel that way? >> absolutely. >> why? >> we are in a time where lawlessness is abounding. just in our own country alone since 9/11 up until recently orlando, how can we say that we are safer? i mean this warfare that is being fought, we are fighting and ideological warfare of islamic extremists. so how do you fight that? which presidential candidate is best equipped in understanding the nature of this war and what truly fuels the hatred in the name of their god that they are serving, these islamic extremists. >> it's so fascinating to hear you speak about this because remember late years ago we were talking about gas prices and those are the things that really drove the conversation and now we are talking about isis and cops being killed. >> you are going to join us later in the show and we will dive deeper into this.
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>> thank you. >> the mainstream media concerned this a top issue in the campaign. >> is mccain simply too old to get elected. >> it's john mccain's health we are talking about and is he running for the highest office in the land his health with limits becomes the public business. >> how concerned are doctors that the skin cancer may, in fact, return? >> well, this time around, are they giving hillary clinton the same treatment on age? dr. marc siegel here to diagnose that problem coming up next. now, what do you call a foul ball that isn't yours? not your ball. [ laughter ] ♪ put me in, coach. >> especially if it lands in your nacho and bother and splashes all over your face. that will ruin your night that fan is going to join us live in a few minutes. we will ask him what happened ♪ today ♪ look at me ♪ i can be center field
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during the 2008 campaign, the press jumped up and down over john mccain's age and his health. do you remember this? >> is mccain simply too old to get elected? >> it's john mccain's health we are talking about, and he is running for the highest office in the land. his health with limits becomes the public business. >> how concerned are doctors that this skin cancer may, in fact, return? >> for republican. it seems there may be a double standard for democrats. this photo causing controversy in week it's hillary clinton being helped up the stairs at a campaign stop in february. well, now, a new poll says a 9% of americans want presidential candidates to release their medical records. that's a huge jump from 38% back in 2014. so should we know more about hillary's health history dr. marc siegel of fox news medical a team. photo was the catalyst for
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this discussion may be unfair it's february on a campaign stop. wooden steps, probably ice. it's probably easy to slip. >> absolutely. >> this double standard. do you think there is the double standard right now in the media? >> because i was there in 2008 with dr. gupta with carl cameron and looking through over 1,000 pages of mccain's records which was an honor buy the way to look into such a war hero's life and i thought we have set a new standard now because we didn't find anything. it was in a way a witch-hunt. but i thought here is the new standard, clayton, if you are approaching 70 and you have significant medical history, the public needs to know that, needs to be part of the decision. hillary clinton released her taxes this week. what about her health records? she is approaching 70 but she has a significant health history in 2012 she had a severe concussion. bill clinton said it took her six months to recover from it she was wearing prism glasses for a while until her vision corrected. research this year alone has shown that the long-term impact of a severe concussion can be significant.
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can, in fact, your gate, can effect your balance and can affect your thinking process and memory. i want to say what a neurologist had to say about that before and after. what tests have been done. donald trump 70 years old. i want to see his full medical records. not just a letter from his physician saying he is in perfect physical condition. >> linger history of politicians lying about their health and getting awith it. obviously president kennedy about. fdr and paul songas. >> president nixon was on different medications. >> exactly. why shouldn't we demand to see every candidate's real medical history. >> it's very relevant. last two candidates fit. president bush incredibly fit. president obama fit as well. maybe we are getting into the hab wit of not thinking about this. as a practicing internist i want to see the records in this case. both of these candidates are pushing -- he is 70 she is almost 69 and i want to see
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the records. >> people want an energetic president don't they? isn't that why president obama runs up and down steps of air force one and president bush out mountain bike. >> he had a mountain biking cabinet on the weekends. >> you actually went out there and did stories with him on your bike as well. how important is their health to leading our country for four years potentially eight years. >> we need to know the risks, anna. here is what i mean by that secretary clinton is on lifetime coumadin blood thinner. she has blood clot on the outside of her brain. that's not a reason she can't serve but the public should be aware of because of the risk of falling, because of needing to monitor it. it's full disclosure it has to do with transparency. i think the candidates need to be transparent so that we know what their health is. not just what their taxes are. i'm not saying that she can't serve and i'm not saying she is not fit. i'm saying i need more information. a letter from an internist massaging things or summarizing things is not
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the same thing as the official legal medical record. >> doctors should not participate in propaganda, i don't think, on either side. >> fit to be president is not what a physician should be saying. >> thank you so much this morning. >> coming up on the show, it was the foul ball seen around the country. this fan goes for a foul ball and ends one a face full of nachos and salsa. we will talk to that fan when we come back. ♪ ♪ make a grown man cry ♪ what's it like to be in good hands? like finding new ways to be taken care of. home, car, life insurance obviously, ohhh... but with added touches you can't get everywhere else, like claim free rewards... or safe driving bonus checks. even a claim satisfaction guaranteeeeeeeeeee! in means protection plus unique extras only from an expert allstate agent.
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>> nacho ordinary day at the ball park. one fan at the pittsburgh pirates game this week went for foul ball only to end one a face full of cheese and sal savment he has lived to tell the tale. >> he is joining us now. we brought you on to humiliate you more. we love your shirt nacho daddy 16. so you are running for office now, huh? >> yeah, this is for the company in las vegas. they told me next time i'm out there to get free nachos every time i'm out there. >> lifetime of free nachos out of it. what exactly happened? >> i was coming back to my seat from the concession stands. i had a brand new plate of nachos and a beer. i was looking down at my seat and the next thing i know everyone is yelling that the ball is coming. so i look up and by that point it was like seemed like it was right in front of my face and i have always
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want to do catch a foul ball so i just reached out as far as i could. went for it and it tipped my fingers and you saw what happened after that i guess. >> i mean. >> so close. >> you are in a lose lose situation there what are you going to do? you have got both hands are taken. the ball is coming right for you. what do you do? have it land in the nachos or have it land in the beer? >> yeah. i mean, it didn't even have time to even think that far it was like i can have a nacho and beer anywhere. and that was my only chance at a foul ball. >> duck at that point, get out of the way. save yourself. >> at love people are helping you and bring you rags and drinks and free food out of it like you said. did you know that everybody at home was watching you, too, that you were getting a lot of attention from the tv box? >> i didn't at first. when i was walking to get my replacement nachos one of the cameraman called me over
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and gave me a little bit of background on it and showed me the video. and throughout the game i saw like system people down front kind of trying to sneak some cell phone pictures of me. thought that was kind of weird. and then some people when they were leaving told me i was trending on twitter and that's when i kind of start of figuring it out. >> so you paid a high price for this not least pause you lost your nachos and the beer. did you get the foul ball? >> no, i didn't. they gave me a ball but not the foul ball. >> well, whoever the who kept the ball and didn't give it to you. we will find him for you. >> you can see him in the video. is he wearing a red hat. i don't know who he is but he is in there. >> you look cleaner now. it's great to he sue. thanks for coming on this morning. >> thank you. >> we appreciate nash your daddy. out in the plaza holding different items. >> recreating the moment. >> what you call a tease.
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hey, friends, good morning, it's saturday the 13th of august, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. this is "fox & friends weekend" and a fox news alert. deep trouble in the deep south. heavy rain and flooding have soaked louisiana and the threat is far from over. >> and then another brutal attack on the democratic party. some of the documents come straight from nancy pelosi's computer. whoa, we will tell you what they found coming up. >> new movie sausage party getting blasted by the credited particulars. -- critics.
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>> they're eating children. >> not because bad movie but talking potatoes could offend the irish. wait until you hear about what they said. >> huh? >> and condiments as well. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ underneath the wide open sky ♪ it's the dust in the air and freedom everywhere ♪ can't you hear it coming alive. >> there is rick on the atv. and bass pro shops is here. i say this every year and never gets old. i mark my seasons by when bass pro shops is here. i can't believe we are already talking about fall. their fall hunting classic sun folding right now. >> i mark my seasons by the lattes that you get at starbucks the pumpkin spice which isn't here yet. we're getting ready we can smell it it's coming.
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>> getting too hot for trout so we're starting to think about birds and deer and bear and elk. it's hunting season coming up. >> hunting season too hot for trout. >> that's what people have been saying you are too hot for trout. >> you are too hot for television. >> to hot to trot. >> a fox news alert this morning. another hack on the democratic party. this time hundreds of personal phone numbers and emails of house members have been released. >> hacker known as guccifer 2.0 taking responsibility. >> garrett tenney live in washington, d.c. to break down all of these details. good morning, garrett. >> good morning, this is the same hacker or group of hackers that posted emails and documents from the dnc just a few months ago. last night guccifer 2.0 released documents that it claims to have stolen from the democratic congressional campaign committee. that's the committee that raises money and helps elect cob congressional democrats. these documents include the personal contact information for 193 current and former house democrats. their personal emails, cell
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phones, and home addresses. included in the spreadsheet is how minority leader nancy pelosi and house minority whip steny hoyer. he said it was the first time he had heard about it and a lot of people are probably going to be changing cell phone numbers very soon. the dccc confirmed the cyber attack back in july and federal investigators. we >> this is only the late nest a string of cyber attacks on the democratic party which has raised concerns among u.s. security officials that outside groups or governments could be trying to interfere in u.s. elections. intelligence officials believe that previous cyber attacks on the dnc and dccc are likely carried out with hackers associated with the russian government.
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guccifer 2.0 denies it has any connection to the russian government. >> thanks, garrett. >> the question this morning any time we have these stories emerge there is always a question as to whether or not the media will cover them. is there a double standard if something happens to the trump campaign and we were to get all of these emails or access to awful these emails would the media cover it one way and they cover the hillary clinton email scandal separately. >> that's rhetorical question because trump is bad. trump is scary. bill clinton giving a speech yesterday in the state of nevada, he was asked before asian journalist association what about these hillary emails, the ones that the director of the fbi james comey attacked her for? what do you make of that. >> here is what the former president said. >> first of all the fbi director said when he testified before congress he had to amend his previous day's statement that she had never received any emails marked classified. they saw two little notes with a c on it. this is the biggest load of bull i have ever heard.
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>> biggest load of bull never heard. >> still something they are having to fight off. part of the conversation. they don't want to be talking about it. what are they doing instead? many are saying that the time something little bit curious. hillary clinton has released her tax returns. >> last night. >> and so has cain. some say she is trying to distract from the email. >> you are entitle to do -- you are not entitled to your own set of facts, however. the fact that the fbi director james comey in a televised press conference stated that hillary clinton sent over 100 emails that were marked classified at the time that they were sent. he said that did he take it back? no, he didn't. so he has got to be watching this and thinking talk about a load of bull. like, what the heck? that's not true. >> that's just one investigation. we're learning this morning, according to the daily caller three separate field office investigations by the fbi now look looking at hillary clinton's connection and the clinton foundation connection whether or not there were pay-to-play
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scandals, whether or not you fly over bill clinton gives a speech in dubai and then suddenly we have a cozy meeting with the state department right after bill clinton gives a speech. so, that's the other brewing scandal at this hour right now. >> right. and trump's campaign has released this statement from jason miller they say hillary clinton has turned over the only records nobody wants to see from her. the american public wants to see the 33,000 emails she deleted. we want to see the clinton foundation records showing how the clintons sold our uranium to russia. we want to see the pay for play emails. we want to see the transcripts of the wall street speeches clinton pass paid $10,000 a minute to give. they are pointing their fingers at one another. >> trump hasn't released his tax rushes it doesn't matter release tax returns. i'm glad they released tax returns. i learned a ton of stuff. bill clinton has taken $16.5 million from a single private education company mostly for work abroad. is the fact that stuck in my minored. he was an honorary participant in this company and he received
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$16.5 million? really? >> he really need to do because dead broke when they got out of white house. remember when she was pushing her book "tough choices" and out doing all kinds of interviewsen television. she may regret this one because the sound bite has gotten played over and over and over for the last couple of years. listen. >> you have no reason to remember but we came out of the white house not only dead broke but in debt. we had no money when we got there. and we struggled to, you know, piece together the resources for mortgages for houses. for chelsea's education, you know, it was not easy. >> the most entitled human being on earth right there. she has earned with her husband more than a quarter billion dollarsed in the last 15 years selling influence. there she is lecturing us about her poverty. it's really unbelievable. look, we cashed in on the fact that my husband was president. we made a quarter billion dollars since then giving speeches. but, no, it's we were broke. >> everyone knows these politicians do. this they serve a few years and write a book and go in
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the private sector and get consulting gigs, they make way more money. >> a a quarter billion dollars? at some point you have to say what does greed mean? what is the definition of greene greed? >> grasping at straws a little bit. >> since 2001, $238 million. here is the year of 2015, just this past year the taxable income $10 million last year with the federal tax race of 34.2%. her liability on that was 3.6 million and she earned 6.7-million-dollar in speeches over the last year. >> i don't know. if she were a corporate executive marissa maher didn't do much more yahoo i noticed yet she is getting tens of millions of dollars in severance. that's appalling. i'm not going to defend this even though i'm pro-market. what's the actual explanation to continue to rake in mindlessly mass amounts of money to what end? why are they doing this. >> talking about earlier in her tax returns the idea that you can donate to charity but the charity ends
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up being the clinton foundation. i love that part of it, too. you can donate to your own charity. >> they do believe in your own cause. if you had your own charity you would probably donate, too. >> i totally agree with you on that. >> what is the cause? what does the charity do. >> they educate and medicate people who are in need around the world. >> i don't think they have actually paid for any medication for anybody. they facilitate that "new york times" piece. what exactly do they do for the poor? they get other people to pay have. they ever given direct grants to anybody? >> only 10% goes for the cause. most of it is for flights and infrastructure. donating money to the clinton foundation 90% of it goes, to i don't know, speeches. >> that's a massive percentage. >> i think so. >> good grief. all right. well, we are following some other stories in this extreme weather really rattling a lot of folks especially down in louisiana now under a state of emergency after heavy downpours led to severe flooding. >> torrential rain already claiming the life two of people. dozens had to be rescued
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from waist high water including this one where several bystanders being called heroes this morning after elderly driver off the road rescued him. >> don't panic, here for you. get you off these waters and rescue you. >> rick reichmuth joins us now with what to expect today. more on the way. >> there is a lot more rain today in fact. flooding we are seeing is record breaking. some of the rivers crested well above their highest level across southern louisiana. when you think about some of the rain storms, hurricanes and such that have been there this is a significant event. take a look at the maps. let me show you what is requesting on. there is a system. it's just not moving is the problem there is a lot of tropical moisture down across the gulf. it's hot, it's humid. that's the moisture source for. this when it doesn't budge then it just rains in the same spot. that's been going on 36 hours now. some spots 26 inches of rain in that time. that's what caused this massive flooding.
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primarily it's been just to the west of new orleans. although new orleans has also had incredible amounts of rain. the heaviest have been just to the west and to the north of it. we have a lot more rain to fall over the next couple of days. we will see some spots probably over a foot of rain of additional rain. on what -- on top of what has already fallen. we are not out of this by any means. that moisture is going to pull farther toward the north over the next couple of days as well. flash flooding a big possibility from arkansas all the way up to western pa as we move through the next couple days. anywhere to the east of that also baking under high temperatures and humidity. all right, guys, send it back to you inside. >> well, thanks a million. rick reichmuth standing by. up ahead more email troubles for hillary clinton. newly released messages linked her foundation to the state department in ways that are uncomfortable at best. our next guest benghazi victim ty woods says it's more proof of her inability to lead this country. she joins us next. >> and moms, have you ever felt like doing this? a mother jumps for joy as
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light on ties to the clinton foundation and the state department. they are questioning her ability to lead at all. the widow of former navy seal ty woods killed in the benghazi attacks. thank you, dallas-fort worthy, for joining us. >> fawnk for having me. >> we have seen clinton scandal unfold the latest with the clinton foundation and number of probes now at different fbi locations across the country looking into this. does this surprise you? >> no. it doesn't surprise me. i think that as a voter, it's just another example of how a secretary of defense hillary clinton continued to operate under the attitude of rules that apply to everybody else don't apply to me. we have seen this with her emails and setting up her server. we see this now with questionable relationships of her foundation and her influence as secretary of defense. in my case, the committee,
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this select committee on benghazi had shown that she had negligence in judgment. and despite what her husband, president clinton has said about the comments of fbi director james comey, he pretty much summarized that she had negligence in judgment as well. so, do we really want this woman as our next president? no. >> if you listen to former president khalil clinton out on the campaign trail yesterday, he says,like, this is just the typical republican witch-hunt. this is the media going after hillary clinton. she should be prepared for it and that this is a load of bull to actually to quote the former president. what do you say to the former president? >> well, is he doing his job as a husband. and as a democrat. they are very good at sugar coating her mistakes and making her look like the best candidate. and you know, you can't really argue with facts. you can't really argue with emails. so, you know, i don't fault
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him for defending her. but, you know, the facts are there. and you know, a lot of her behavior looks suspicious. >> what is the most important issue in this election for you and who do you support? >> the most important issue for me in this election really comes down to national security and leadership. because i am a veteran i come to from a family of veterans and obviously because of ty and his sacrifice in benghazi, national security is very important to me. and i think that donald trump, who i do support and ohio will vote for, is not afraid to say, you know, what are our deficits? what our problems. is he not afraid to identify radical islam. to me come batting that is one of the most important things. >> dorothy woods widow of ty
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woods joins us this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> coming up on the show speaking of donald trump is he shrugging off new polls that show him trailing hillary clinton by big numbers. how concerned should he be? our panel of pollsters here to dive into those numbers next. and the new movie sausage party getting blasted by the critics. not because it's a bad movie but talking potatoes may offend the irish. wait until you hear what they said about bread. that's all coming up when we come back. ♪ man on the run ♪ man on the run ♪ but with added touches you can't get everywhere else, like claim free rewards... or safe driving bonus checks. even a claim satisfaction guaranteeeeeeeeeee!
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hey, everybody, good morning. stories making headlines, start with this fox news alert. a police officer is dead after being shot during a
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traffic stop in hatch, new mexico. 33-year-old officer jose chavez was shot in the neck by the passenger in a stopped car with two other men inside. all three suspects were later arrested after a high speed chase. the officer who had been with the department for two years died after surgery. and another fox news alert, a major twist in a story that captivated america. the disappearance of theresa remains a mystery. >> what's going on here. >> remember the series "making a murder error"? a judge just overturned the 2007 conviction of 26-year-old brendan. he was 17 years old when he was found guilty of raping and murdering theresa. this morning a federal judge has ruled that controversial confession was coerced by investigators and he should be retried or released.
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>> okay. no matter what you did, we can work through that. okay? we can't make any promises, but we will stand behind you no matter what you did. >> he told me not to do it. >> what does steve do then. >> told me i did a good job. >> i was going to ask how shot her in the head? >> he did. >> so the new development he could be freed within the next 90 days. tucker, over to you with more politics. >> thanks a million, anna. donald trump has been shrugging off polls that slim trailing hillary clinton. >> i'm having a tremendous problem in utah. utah is a different place. is anybody here from utah? i mean, it's -- i didn't think so. pennsylvania is a little further off but i think we are going to win pennsylvania. because the miners, she wants the miners out of business. she wants steel out of business. >> is trump seeing something in the polls that the rest of us are not? what is the state of play in this race for real?
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joining us now is public affairs, emily eke con polling of indicated doe institute. author of every data. it's great to see you all. so, first, to you, john. what is the state of play? and what should would he be looking at when bombarded by poll. what's the poll the average person ought to be looking at to see where the race really is? >> right now hillary clinton is ahead. the averages are about 8, 8.5 points depending. careful about the outlier polls driving the average. long narrative about state polls coming out. a lot of the key states are all tilting toward hillary clinton. right now it's safe to say hillary clinton is in the lead but it is still early and events could intervene. >> so here is emily one of the most recent polls, it's a rasmussen poll and national one 43 clinton, 40 trump. within the margin of error. is that where the race really. >> average a couple of polls together. look at the entire week not
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just one poll. when you do that the average is 2067 points with hillary clinton in the lead. also, if you look at the battleground states, hillary clinton is leading in almost all of them and states that shouldn't be in play like arizona and georgia are. >> so, historically, polls take in mid to late august are they prickive of the final result. >> well, they are saying something, they are indicative about the relative performance and obviously donald trump had a really bad two weeks. >> yes. >> now they really firm up after the debates and, i bet my farm two weeks out that's when they are really robust. they are saying something today. >> two weeks out before the election? >> yes. >> has there ever been an election in modern history where the polls two weeks out didn't predict the outcome? >> not that i'm aware. there is obviously the truman. since then, it's pretty rare after that close. right? butter than that, by the time you get on average as we get closer and closer i
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agree we are going to be much more confident in those results. right now pretty wide lead. >> you are hearing people say a lot of the voters in question here haven't voted before. it's hard to predict their behavior. this is anomaly this election is that a fair analysis? >> it's possible. we definitely see soft support for donald trump. we do see the shy trump voter in well. >> shy trump voter? >> what i mean by that is some people are a little bit reluctant to admit that they are voting for donald trump in the poll. it might be under estimating his support. that's the only thing that i would say that might be working in donald trump's favor. but probably not. because if you take a bunch of polls, average them together over the course of the week, hillary clinton is still in the lead. but there is some good news for donald trump that i think is worth bringing in to this conversation political scientists have forecasting models where they try to predict the outcome of the election on the basis of the economic fundamentals of the economy. like economic growth and things like that. when they run those models, guess who wins? they find a republican
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winning in november. but, we're not seeing that materialize in the polls yet. what i think that means is that this is donald trump's election to lose. >> i agree with that. >> it is not materializing yet. >> interesting. and the reverse bradley effect so-called the idea that it's so embarrassing to say that you support trump that you are going to do it anyway and not tell anyone. how real is that immeasurable. >> really difficult to say and measure. it could be there. not quite sure. probably people that are shy trump supporters just won't show up on election day. i want to add to what emily was saying, yeah, we are on the record even, i'm on the record assaying in august last year this should be a republican year. it's really his to lose. what's going on? we have database about 600 elections around the world andf elections are slam dunks we know what's going to happen. 15% we call them descrup h.i.v. elections. when an outside candidate comes in. public opinion surly and angry. that's what we have. that's the scenario we have. the question is he just a
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spoiler or a game changer? so far the polls are suggesting under performing versus what he should be dog. >> is this brexit or the romney election? >> exactly. >> thanks a lot. that was super interesting. speaking of the candidates, they both laid out economic plans this week in some detail. which one better for you? photo of officer's car flipped on its hood is remarkable. the video of it happening even more amazing. guess who has that video. not to brag. we do. and are you getting ready for your big hunting trip? you ought to be. we will help you out. fall is on the way. that means birds, bears deer, elk. we have binoculars. rick has them actually. that and more coming up ♪ i can see obstacles in my way ♪
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founder of isis. [cheers] >> the founder. and and these dishonest media people, most dishonest people they said oh, did he mean that? didn't mean that? obviously being sarcastic, then, then -- but not that sarcastic to be honest with. >> you and the republicans are pulling their hair out going which one did you mean and can it be both and you can stop doing, this please? >> ben, the publisher of the federalist. never trump guy for a while. very anti-trump. he makes this point probably pretty fair point. watch this. >> the pearl clutching that i saw from the media over these comments. it was just silly. this reaction as if he was suggesting that obama had actually organized and founded isis in some sort of real serious way was just ridiculous. i mean, were they asking these questions when hillary
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clinton was saying that trump was the lead recruiter for isis? were they asking these questions when elizabeth warren was saying that republicans wanted to sell guns to isis foreign policy critique. if you know something create in a vacuum that's what led to the rise of isis. that's not going to get reported about. this comment does. >> that's the point right there. obviously trump should speak more precisely and stop making this about himself obviously. on the other hand the press is too unfair. they have the right to ask trump tough questions. what do you mean by that? totally fair. they are giving hillary a complete pass. acting on her behalf. devaluing moral authority in doing it a big mistake. >> i take this stance lately with the media i feel like they are giving trump a lot of leeway. they ask him these questions. they asked him for clarification all the time. because is he in precise with his words. give him these opportunities to not double down and not triple down. >> but he did. he did. >> that's my point.
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they are giving him these outs. did you really mean and then he did say yes, i literally mean, even steven hayes tweeting this yesterday i literally meaning they are the founder of isis. >> he can't back down. that's for sure. i just wish they would apply the same standard to hillary when she says, for example, all white people are privileged and therefore should apologize. really? you are unemployed machinist in colorado, you are really more privileged than the millionaire, harvard educated african-american president of the united states? that's insane statement. and not one person called her on it or even netsed it. just apply the same standard to hillary. >> hillary clinton is a flawed candidate and has a lot of weaknesses that should be spending his time exposing rather than president obama and hillary clinton being the founders of isis because he having to backtrack like why not just say what you mean. their failed policies created a vacuum that made conditions ripe for the rise of isis and they under estimated in calling them the jv team and all of that. >> or spending your time.
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>> are articulate it. >> fire marshals in some town. >> i agree with everything you are saying. the press has a role here too and that's not too be too unfair. >> "new york post" headline, it's funny. in the end you can't openly advocate for a political candidate if you claim to be a journalist. they are. it's totally wrong. i'm not defending trump's imprecision it annoys me. if you are a "new york times" reporter get some clarity and have a moment of reflection. you are working for hillary. you should not be doing that. >> let us know your thoughts on this foxandfriends.com. he. >> other stories making headlines like this one, more criticism for hillary clinton. this time for comments she made on a podcast about what it takes to wake her up. >> i do have my phone and sometimes if i'm really tired when i collapse, it's backed up by a real alarm clock. >> do you have like a ring tone that you play. >> the most obnoxious sound
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that i could find on the ring tone. >> that crazy siren one. >> yeah, yeah, exactly. >> that podcast series will run through election day. and this. an officer's car is completely flipped on to its roof. we are getting our first look how this happened. dash cam video catcherring the moment squad car t boned by another. red light runner slammed right into the officer radioing for help while dangling upside down. >> wow. well, the officer had minor injuries and was taken to an area hospital. we hope he is all right. imagine being greeted by 300-pound gator inside your own garage. >> that's exactly what happened to a texas man.
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the animal likely just trying to catch some shade on a hot day. removed the 9-foot beast. not without a fight though. they are taking it to a gator farm. tucker? >> and seth rogan is doing animated film sausage party is being accused of, needless to say, racism. >> they're eating children. >> this say they are outranged over the new film because the talking foods could be perceived somehow as racist. among them an arabic loaf the bread who are ho asks for 77 bottles of extra virgin olive oil. danny boy and jewish bailing and mexican taco. wow, how deeply offended are you? it's important to point out film comedy based on a talking hot dog not actually a racist documentary based
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on earth nic food. just to make that clear. those are your headlines. >> what country is this? >> celebrate our differences in our different foods that we like to eat. >> rick and clayton, out to you. >> thank you, guys. well, fall is around the corner. i can't believe it and it doesn't feel like it. but this is now the time to start planning for your next big camping or hunting trip. >> fall. bass pro shops holding its annual fall shows across the country to help you get geared up. >> here to tell us more about the hot hottest. here 2004 alternate on the olympics team. >> a little bit. i'm camouflage. the fall hunting classic starts today biggest hunting event and sale of the year where you can save a lot of money on all the outdoor products you may need. free seminars going on and
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seminars specifically for women and kids. >> hunting university. and it's target to do each area specifically? >> exactly. >> archery? >> so there will be archery seminars for sure but hunting university actually begins next weekend, august 9th through the 21st. local pros. national pros coming to a store close to you to do seminars on archery or whatever they are talking about. those guys are really knowledgeable. can you learn a lot from them. if you want to find out who is coming to a store near you and what they are talking about, find out details on website. >> also get to trade-ins because you have a great trade-in program as well. >> we do. if you have old technology binoculars and ready to upgrade and get new ones. bring them to the store and we will give you basically cash toward those to put toward the purchase of a new product. >> fishing rod or anything like that. >> it's going to be bows. we will do bows. optics, obviously. game cameras. boots. so targeted at the hunting classic. you can bring in your old
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boots and get new boots. >> you brought in a bunch of binoculars. these things really good. better than what we had as kids. >> obviously waterproof. god as any $1,000 pair of binoculars on the market right now. every day is 499. $100 off, 399. if you trade in an old pair of binoculars. get a $1,000 pay for $350. >> still gun safes, too. four really good reasons to buy a gun safe. it's going to keep your firearm safe. going to help you save money on insurance. most of them are fire protection of some sort. they are all going to be safe protection. all you have got to do is take the little rfd chip in front of it and pop up easy and quick to get to it heavy duty tamper proof. probably my favorite safe is this 18 a 6 collection safe. hold up to 23 long guns, all
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felt like doing this? and would you do it on facebook? a mother jumps for joy as her kids go back to school. all of them back together this morning to join us live. we'll ask if anyone's feelings are hurt. stay tuned: try doctor-recommended gaviscon. at ally bank, no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like bill splitting equals nitpicking. but i only had a salad. it was a buffalo chicken salad. salad.
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said he would do, too. >> we heard a lot about this from several candace including donald trump, actually. the important thing to remember about infrastructure. infrastructure helps to facilitate economic growth. helps to facilitate what's going on in the economy. it's not the source of jobs. the problem here is we are confusing what helps the economy with something that fundamentally grows the economy. what grows the economy is entrepreneurship. people moving products and services and roads over those roads and broad band. she expecting too much economic growth and job creation from infrastructure plan. we have to be thinking more about entrepreneurship. that's a different question. >> entrepreneurship donald trump wants to protect with fax reform, those job creators. let's take a listen to this. >> our current tax code is so burdensome and some
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complex that we waste 9 billion hours a year in tax code compliance. my plan will reduce the current number of brackets from 7 to 3 and dramatically streamline the process. >> is that possible? >> it is. you can certainly streamline the process and reduce the number of brackets. that will help economic growth. the critic also come back with trump's plan and say these are big tax cuts and lead to big deficits and debt in the future. that may help growth now but a problem for later generations. he has to deal with how are we going to pay for these tax cuts but certainly a tax cut is going to be a pro-growth proposal. >> job creators have such a hard time with regulation and cut through the red tape. donald trump says is he going to crack down on all of that listen. >> upon taking office, i will issue a temporary moratorium on new agency regulations. this will give our american
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companies the certainty they need to reinvest in our community, get cash off of the sidelines, start hiring new jobs and expanding their businesses. so important. that's what it's all about. what do you think. >> there is a big opportunity here. we have seen 600 regulations over the last seven years. costs businesses $700 billion in regulations. too much money. tieing up businesses and red tape. regulatory reform would be a huge growth booster for job creation and wage growth. >> hard to get it done. >> very hard to get it done. >> brian thank you very much. professor at king's college. 10 minutes before the hour. moms, have you ever felt like doing this? a mother jumping for joy as the kids go back to school. the entire family joins us this morning to react to this social media post that's getting a lot of attention. don't go anywhere. you are watching "fox & friends." ♪ put on the happy face ♪ take off the gloomy mask of tragedy, it's not your
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54 minutes after the hour. it's that time. a mom literally jumping for joy now that her kids are heading back to school posting happy first day of school, kids. i'm going to miss y'all. her post has gone viral on facebook with over a quarter million shares. >> joining us now is the viral mom herself keisha gardner and her husband and five kids. nice to see all of you. holy smokes. big family. were you surprised? you have been doing these pictures for a number of years. dead took the picture. are you surprised with the response have you been getting online this thing went viral? >> yes. i just can't believe it. it blows my mind. we do these every year. and i never expected anything like this to
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happen. >> well, emily, how did you feel when this started catching fire on social media and everybody is watching? your mom jumping for joy your mom is getting rid of you to go back to school. does it hurt your feelings or are you giggling at it, too? >> yeah, i was giggling and i was just -- i couldn't hold it in. i think everybody else couldn't either. we didn't laugh any other time in the three pictures before. >> now, keisha, you have been doing this for a number of years. you were surprised by the response about all of this. you are actually using this now as sort of a learning tool for your kids that, hey, when you put stuff online you have got to be careful. >> yeah. i told them, i said, kids, you need to really pay attention to this because you know, if you post things online you could either end up in jail or on the news. all these people around the country sending in photos of them jumping for joy. it can be chaotic around the house during the summer.
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is it kind of chaos, andy, around the house with the kids all summer? you are like so-excite to do get these kid out of here? >> andy is, it kay 00 around the house? >> yeah. >> yeah? is that the joy? now what are you going to do with your afternoons now that the kids aren't there? >> well, i work full time so we're pack on track now. so we're in a routine. so that's why i'm jumping for joy. >> the kids are excited about learning some new stuff in school. getting a new teacher and backpack and meeting new friends. gardner family it's a full house this morning. you guys go enjoy some waffles or something. go have a great day. >> thank you, thanks. >> you have the right to remain bilingual. soon cops may have to read criminals their miranda rights in spanish. >> that's coming up. what do tina turner and bruce springsteen have in common? they are on biden's summer play list. what's on yours?
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>> done a lot of storied things here in my career at "fox & friends." today i will be recreating that exact scenario holding a plate of nachos. >> hope you have a clean suit. >> we will see how to catch a foul ball later on "fox & friends." stay tuned. ♪ ♪ ♪ chilling on a third row ♪ laid back ♪ sweating like i'm george jones. >> show in new york city, as you know, we are deeply in touch with the rhythm of the seasons thanks to bass pro fishing season drawing to a sad close. but, followed closely by hunting season and they are here to show us everything you need to get your birds, your buck, and all the rest. >> too hot for trout. >> getting a little hot for trout. i would say bass. you can get ready for the bass. striper fishing if you are in to that. >> trout like the colder water. >> if you are on the east coast it's getting a little warm for the trout.
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>> 800 degrees. so it might feel like summer but fall is quickly approaching. we will have more on that. plus a fox news alert to get to now. >> need to get right to this, clayton. another hack on democrats this time releasing hundreds of personal phone numbers and email addresses of house members. >> the hacker group known as guccifer 2.0. maybe it's a group. maybe one person now taking responsibility. >> it's a big story and it's developing. thankfully you have garrett tenney live for us in d.c. with the breaking details this morning. hey, garrett. >> hey, clayton, tucker and anna. a lot of the folks this morning will likely be changing their phone numbers after this hack. the last night the hacker group known as guccifer 2.0 claimed responsibility for a cyber attack on the democratic congressional campaign committee that was done earlier this year. and it published a trove of documents to prove it the dccc raises money for and helps elect congressional democrats. included in the documents that the dcc shared pass words and personal contact information for 193 current and former house democrats.
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including several memos purportedly from house minority leader nancy pelosi's personal computer detailing fundraisers and campaign overviews. this group guccifer 2.0 will likely sound familiar to a lot of folks. it was the same group behind the cycler attacks on the dnc's emails. in a blog post the hacker said that hacking the dccc was even easier than that though and said they are posting the documents because people have a right to know what's going on inside the election process adding, quote: as you see, the u.s. presidential elections are becoming a farce, a big political performance where the voters are far from playing the leading role. everything is being settled behind the scenes as it was with bernie sanders. that is exactly what u.s. security officials are so concerned about that outside groups or governments could be trying to interfere with u.s. elections. intelligence officials believe that previous cyber attack's on both the dnc and dccc were likely carried out by hackers somehow
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affiliated with the russian government. giews -- guccifer 2.0 says they are not related to the russian government in any way. >> garrett tenney in d.c. according to fantastic reporting from the daily caller there is yet more trouble for the clinton campaign this morning. >> exactly right. fbi probe into security of hillary clinton's private server. now in three cities according to new reporting u.s. attorneys in conjunction with the fbi are investigating the activities of the clinton foundation which, as you know, has been accused in recent months of basically selling access to foreign strong men, to foreign governments and those seeking influence the u.s. government. >> so this is going on in three different cities in washington, d.c. and here in new york and also in little rock, arkansas, where the clinton foundation was launched in order to get the clinton library off the ground. but what does all of this mean for hillary clinton and her future? terry turchie former assistant director of the fbi was on the program earlier and says this. >> the email investigation, the first one involved
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violations of the espionage statute. it pretty much centered on the idea of gross negligence and mishandling classified information. this is different in that violations of the criminal statutes involving corruption. and you could look at a vast range of charges here. the other major difference here is that in the one case we talked about the emails. they were the case. in this instance, the emails might very well have the content that helps make the case as opposed to the first email case this is a series of crimes that involves specific intent. >> criminal corruption. we talked to judge jeanine pirro on the show and i asked her when does this become illegal? she says it is already illegal. the idea that you could fly bill clinton, in pay him hundreds of thousands of dollars for a speech and then suddenly you are able to have access to meetings at the state department a few weeks later after you have paid her husband hundreds of thousands of dollars or donated money to the clinton foundation. >> what do you think is
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motivating these field offices, tucker, and the fbi to do this? is it the meeting that bill clinton had with loretta lynch on the tarmac is that raising eye brows? >> there is just so much. the fact that an employee of hillary clinton working both for the state department and for the clinton foundation and for a third group simultaneously is such an obvious conflict of interest. here's the tragedy. hillary clinton could get elected president like soon, like in 90 days. if that happens, this stuff is not going to go away. the president of the united states will have her activity under scrutiny from the fbi. that's bad for america. the press should have been on this 15 years ago when it all began. but they kind of ignored it and now, unfortunately. getting the fruits of this. >> you bring up a great point. this is not about hillary clinton. it's bad for america. because, if she gets elected. i know the polls seem to be trending that way. double digit leads. it's trouble for donald trump. if she gets elected. we saw what happened during the impeachment proceedings for bill clinton. basically the executive
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branch shut down for a few years. nothing got done for a few years. >> the media's role. >> patriotism too what does that do for the trust of the american people and the democratic process? >> when you are fighting legal battalions and having to deal with this and she could be -- who knows what this could lead you-to-and bad for the american people struggling to find work. jobs going overseas. it's bad for america. >> look, i'm a journalist, i look through that prism. this is our job. is to vet candidates before they get to this point. and i think donald trump should be vetted completely by the way and i think he is being. but hillary clinton, too. and this foundation is a totally pay-for-play deal that's what it seems to me looking from the outside. everyone has known that for 15 years and nobody has really looked into it until now. >> hillary clinton and her husband bill saying that's just a bunch of bunk and hillary clinton never put americans national security at risk with private email server. bill clinton says it's a whole bunch of bull. listen. >> first of all, the fbi director said when he
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testified before congress, he had to amend his previous day's statement that she had never received any emails marked classified. they saw two little notes with a c on it. this is the biggest load of bull i ever heard. >> the guy has a right. i defend my wife no matter what. he doesn't have a right to make up lies. that's just a flat out lie. at least it's a contradiction what the fbi director said the other day televised over 100 emails received by hillary clinton had classified information in them. what did director comey think when he watched the former president totally mischaracterize. it is gutsy. i agree with that or it takes, i don't know, deeply dishonest. >> on to some other stories making headlines. weave need to tell you about this because it's a fox news alert and something i hate to bring to you but another police officer is dead this morning after being shot during a traffic stop, this time in hatch, new mexico. hofs chavez was shot in the neck by a passenger in the
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stopped car with two other men inside. all three suspects were later arrested after a high speed chase. the officer, who had been with the department for two years. died after surgery. investigators now believe they know what caused a tennis see ferris wheel car to overturn sending three girls to the hospital after plunging more than 30 feet. the rifts on that rivets were worn out and come loose. the company will continue to do business across the state. its permit is just renewed. ♪ ♪ this will make you feel patriotic. team u.s.a. staying far ahead in the rest of the world in rio especially in the pool. katie ledecky earning her fourth gold model while smashing her own world record in the 800 freestyle by almost 2 seconds. and the other big name michael phelps finishes in a three-way tie for second in the 100-meter burtly no.
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phelps will go for 23 year gold tonight in final race in rio. 23rd, wow. there was a heart break on the soccer field. team u.s.a. losing to sweden on penalty kicks in quawrnlt quarterfinals. the u.s. hasn't been this early since 1996. extending lead in the medal count with 50. those are your headlines. >> interesting weather. there is awful lot of it this morning. louisiana is now under a state of emergency. amazingly heavy downpours led to severe flooding there. >> torrential rain already claiming the life two of people. dozens had been rescued from waist high water including their homes. several why standers called heros this morning because they had to pull out elderly driver who got swept away and washed off the road. >> video incredible. rick reichmuth is on the way with what is on the way. >> more rain. catastrophic situation unfolding across southern louisiana when you think about all the rain events, all the hurricanes that have hit the area, this storm
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bringing more rain than a lot of those. take a look at the maps, show you what's going on. system across the gulf for seven days now. showily drifted across parts of that central gulf. you see it's not there. budging at all. continuing to bring more rain in some spots have seen well over 20 inches of rain in around the last 36 hours now. that is what is causing the rivers to crest well higher than their all-time records. we will see more rain today and throughout the next couple of days, actually. some spots still in louisiana maybe an additional 10 to 15 inches of rain. we still have a long way to go with this story. guys, send it back to you inside. >> thanks a million, rick. >> we just telling you about hackers releasing the personal information of hundreds of democrats. one of those democrats joins us live to react next. >> high speed suited documents dramatic end. truck being chased crurebsd in an intersection. why were the cops going after this guy? ♪ i go crazy
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their data? >> >> well, i think it's somebody that's really smart that's getting in. people have been using their pass words. i'm told that republicans have it, too. it's a reminder to all of us, we have got to be careful. you better be careful about what you put in writing. the personal nature of some of this leaks is obviously disturbing. >> i completely agree with you. hillary clinton released her tax returns the other day to some fanfare in those returns we learned that the former president, her husband received $16.5 million from a private education company for fulfilling an honorary role for that company. what honoree role pays $16.5 million? >> well, i think, my understanding is he has worked hard and done a lot for them in a number of companies do use people of this stature to help talk about things that can make them better. bring other people into it
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and talk to young people and engage them. it's not unusual. it's done. i wish you and i could get those kind of gigs. >> if you care -- he is a very rich man. they have made more than a quarter billion dollars in the last 15 years. if you care about educating poor people and a lot of these kids were in the third world. wouldn't that money be better served educating them? why we take that money when it could be better used to educate kids? >> you don't know how much president clinton has done for people around the world how malaria has been significantly diminished what's happened with h.i.v. and aids. we need to talk about all the contributions he has made and what's done around the world. you are getting a little piece of a snapshot and not talking about all the good and difference that's been made. >> you are comfortable with the expresident and his wife taking a quart of a billion dollars in speeches that seems like fair compensation, you think. >> you are the very first person to defend a free market. we live in a world where we
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have got people that pay that kind of money and earn those kind of livings and they were making a going rate. they were not making what others weren't being made. >> by the way i'm not contesting whether it should be allowed or not. lots of things are allowed. the question is should do you them. i'm asking are you comfortable with that do you think that's a fair compensation for giving speeches a quarter billion dollars or does it make you uncomfortable? it makes me uncomfortable. doesn't it make you a little bit uncomfortable? >> you and i aren't making those kind of dollars but there are lots of people you and i know who are living in a very competitive free enterprise that are they give 10% of their dollars to charity which, by the way is, a lot more than donald trump is doing. we don't even know what he is doing, tucker. is he not releasing his taxes and he says is he making contributions in philanthropy and not making what he says is he going to make by the way those donations are to her own charity. all this scandal and continue apparently. three different
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investigations by u.s. attorneys in three different cities on this. but if you take three steps back, my question is why did hillary clinton persist in having any contact at all with the clinton foundation while she was secretary of state? wasn't that just a recipe for the kind of conflicts we are seeing now? you know what? i'm not having any contact at all. none of my employees are going to work there part time. i'm not talking to my husband about it. why didn't she do that? >> i expect in retrospect she would do that. we learn every single day. let's put n perspective. journal watch is a far right group that is trying to discredit her every single day. people, this has been this hash singe to multiple investigations no conflict of interest. and i think that everybody is going to keep talking about this and using this kind of rhetoric and diverting instead of talking about the things we need to be talking about who is ready to be commander and chief the day that they get elected. who has better background?
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look, we are going to keep hearing about this until election because they want to create some kind of scandal that has been investigated and investigated and investigated and when are we going to start talking about stub stance tucker? >> i don't think it's a crazy point. but, again, these are apparently new investigations. one of them is run by the u.s. attorney for the southern district of new york. do you think is he a right winger out to get hillary? >> no. by the way, i don't know what investigations are or aren't underway. and i think if people have questions, go ahead and add a 25th thousandth investigation. i think it's fair. you know, benghazi had nine investigations. we are going to investigate these people until, you know, but, at some point, they haven't found anything. she hasn't been indicted. >> okay. >> when are we going to hold and talk substance? what's going to happen when either of them becomes president? >> substance to me.
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congresswoman thanks a lot for joining us. >> tucker i always like seeing you. and give my best to your parents. >> i will, thank you. a major twist that captivated the country. the making a murderer suspect avery. we will tell you what happened from the reporter recovering it. stay tuned.ik tcom superstar. and us, we'll be right there with you, helping with the questions you need answered to get your brand new business started. we're legalzoom and we've already partnered with over a million new business owners to do just that. check us out today to see how you can become one of them. legalzoom. legal help is here.
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welcome back. some quick headlines for you. starting with a win. the fight against terror an american drone strike killing top isis leader in afghanistan. state department considered khan a global terrorist who once worked with the taliban. u.s. marines looking for a few good women. recruiters turning to girls high school sports teams to find physically qualified candidates. apparently they are starting this campaign because they are having a hard time finding women who qualify under the same standards that are required for men. interesting.
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anna? >> all right. well, this is a fox news alert, clayton. it's huge. for anyone who has been following that wildly popular netflix series called making a murderer. federal judge overconcerned brendan dassey's murder conviction ordering the 26-year-old to be retried or released. >> does is i and his you dassey and his uncle were convicted for the murder of theresa halbach for the murder of. here with 2 reporter aaron keller covered this case literally from the first call to his newsroom. thanks for being here this morning. >> thanks for having me. >> if you step out of reporter to analyst role. do you think this is a good outcome, a fair outcome? >> this is a 91-page decision. >> whoa. >> it's incredibly thorough. it's good to see that a judge has independently looked at the facts of this interrogation, taken everything in what the courts would call a totality
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of the circumstances test and say, hey, look, this kid was dragged into an interrogation room. yeah, he was read his miranda rights. they were using such tricky lines of questioning for a young person who had such intellectual disabilities. they fed him most of what he allegedly confess to do. >> here is example of what you are talking about. controversial sections that the judge weighed in on. watch this confession. almost like they are feeding him lines to say, listen. >> honesty here, brendan is the thing that is going to help now. no matter what you did, we can work through that, okay? we can't make any promises but we will stand behind you no matter what you did. >> told me not to do it. >> what did steve do then? >> told me i did a good job. >> i'm going to come out and ask you who shot her in the head? >> he did. >> unbelievable. so, you said now is he looked at these 91 pages, some of the facts that are come out in here.
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what stands out to you in 91 page report? >> there is a lot. we have been able to analyze many of these things going into the case. but, when you take them all together, that's what the court really looked at. take everything together. take the lines that we just heard. take some of the other statements that were said. and they just said flat out. the wisconsin courts messed this up. and they said the investigators, yeah, they were probably trying to push for the correct information when brendan dassey was meandering around in the story. but, at the end of the day, they said, you know, you were feeding him too much information. >> yeah. and he didn't have a parent there with him. and according to court documents, he had a low iq. this is something that you saw an issue with when you were a reporter there and then when you were going through law school you would even put notes in the margins of something that was almost textbook for, this right? >> this is a 14th amendment due process clause analysis. the due process clause is what it is. we have a due process of law
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in this country. the government has the burden in criminal case and in this case the courts examined whether the government acted properly, cue process of law and they said in this case, no. >> so did he do it? i think it's a fair argument and i think we all deserve due process and the government screwed up. do you as someone who has followed this from day one think this guy committed criminal acts. >> people ask me all the time. and as a journalist it's not my job. >> no one is listening just tell us now. >> i don't think it's ethical for a former journalist to get into that i mean, look, the bottom line is that the government didn't meet its burdens of constitutionality. >> i won't push you like tucker did, but do you think is he going to be retried? that's the question. will he be retried and going back to prison? >> the state is determining that right now. the state could retry him but here's the bottom line. under this decision the state is losing most of its best evidence. >> really? so might not have a case after this? >> that's highly possible.
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>> fascinating. if you have not watched on netflix, it's amazing making a murderer. great to see you. >> ask aaron what he really thinks during the commercial break and tell you when we come back. >> next up, have you root toyota remain bilingual, soon cops may have to read criminals their miranda rights in spanish. >> instead of catching a foul ball, this fan got smothered with nacho cheese. so how you can avoid this mistake? former major leaguer is putting clayton to the test next ♪ batter, batter swing ♪ swing batter, batter swing ♪ swing, batter, batter
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>> i like him because is he not. mel tormey on the list? ken emailed saying tows by the zach mel band was on his list ♪ audio ♪ yeah i'm leaving. >> a few people, including dennis from louisiana emailed saying they love listening to the beach boys in the summertime ♪ i'm picking up good vibrations ♪ she's giving me good vibrations. >> good vibrations, beach boys, that was the first concert i ever went to with my mom and dad. >> they were here on the plaza. >> opened for steely dan and fantastic. any time i see a concert it ends up bubbling up. >> more evidence the world is unfair. they should be opening for him. >> keep sending us your favorite songs. we are having a fun time singing and dancing along with them. >> headlines next.
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new details on on the controversial cash drop to iran. justice department named as one of the people cash drop at the same time they released prisoners being held there. john carlin, the head of the national security division thought it locked way too much like a ransom payment maybe because it was. meanwhile senators ted cruz and mike lee are calling for a full accounting of the decision saying it may have violated federal law. a surprise ending for a suspected thief in a high speed chase. watch this. the driver in texas dodging cops, whipping in and out of traffic for nearly an hour with both front tires blown off his vehicle. finally, the suspect sped through a red light, gets t-boned by a car carrying a woman and her four children. they end up with minor injuries, thank heaven. the driver of the truck was hospitalized and then brought to jail. >> miranda rights delivered in spanish. texas lawyers are now pushing for a standardized spanish version of the
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warning. they say it's because officers have been given different translations where important means of words are being lost in translation. that's led to confusion and cases being overturned it does raise the question though can a bilingual country remain united? or will it be divided against itself? that debate continues. battle buddies reunite after six years apart. >> that's a good boy. that's a good boy. >> mike latham and his dog adam served together as a canine bomb squad in the middle east. they were separated when mike came back to the u.s. adam stayed behind to work. mike finally found his dog through a group called mission canine and brought him home to washington state. the happiest story of your morning and those, ladies and gentlemen, are your headlines. clayton morris is outside for us. good morning, clayton. >> it's embarrassment time, tucker. earlier in the show we spoke with this poor guy right here. the baseball fan who took some nachos to the faces a he was reaching for a foul
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ball this week. to help you avoid the same fate. we brought in a former pitcher. current host of fs 1 cj mykowski. good to see you this morning. >> good to be here. >> everyone is mocking this video what do you think. >> it was best. to have those nachos there. we have seen people drop food all the time not on your own face. it was a bad look. >> in his defense he had nachos and a beer. >> yeah. >> what do you do in that situation? >> you have got to give it all up. you know how expensive it is. this is the only situation in which it is okay to spill your food on somebody else. you have got to throw that to the side and think about catching that major league baseball. >> give me a glove because you will see kids come to the park and they are prepared. they say be careful. make the announcement before the game. smart move bringing the glove to the game. >> not only kids but adults. >> foul ball. watch out people from behind. do we have insurance.
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>> they have gloves, too. >> they are ready. >> who is going first? one at a time, right? >> you go, clayton. all right. that's you, that's you now. >> good catch. you are going to have to jump up fight off other fans. these guys want that ball. these guys want that ball. and even if we are together you have got to push a little bit. you have got to push the guy a little bit. not the tv face not bad, not bad. >> let me add a drink to it ♪ ♪ ball park music] >> just shooting the bull talking about ♪ all right. good. if it's a soda you can hold on to it if it's a beer you can hold on to it a soda just get rid of it. ♪ you got the ball.
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>> can i buy another drink you can't go get another baseball. >> all right. nachos. >> add in the nachos? this is dangerous. i hope you have a change of clothing. >> that was your first mistake. >> don't get the nachos. get some hot soup. what about some hot soup? >> nachos in your leg. >> when you are at the game you want something to eat and drink. come on, clayton, pick up the drink, too. >> all right. now you guys can sit. what's you going to do now? >> you are counting on me. you are counting on me. you care about your this guy should have ducked out of the way. >> clayton is not getting rid of his food. >> don't worry about the food. >> stuck it. >> let's add a baby into the mix. >> you can throw the baby? [ laughter ] >> steve, you know who else is going to want to grab my
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baseball. >> also helpful if your food plate can catch the ball. hi, peaches. >> this is the mother of the year award. on your mark, get set, go. [ laughter ] at least i saved my nachos. >> i hope natalie is watching with your newborn that's on the way. >> pick up the baby. are you okay? my baby. >> he will be fine. okay. all right. daddy didn't mean to do that. oh, yeah, i will hold your baby. my pleasure, enjoyed it. nice job. >> cj didn't think he would be doing in this morning when he woke up. woe appreciate it thanks to whoever lent us their babies. thank you so much we appreciate it take little peaches home with you. tucker? oh, boy, all right.
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warehouses across the country. and, numero uno. the lexus 3 s 300 is the most ticketed car in america. insurance company finding 33% of drivers received particulars over a two year period while riding in the pricey sedan. tucker, over to you. >> thanks a million, anna. looked like a tech take down is in the works. apple, twitter, google,ened instagram are colluding to defeat donald trump in the election. are they actually doing that? here to weigh in one of the finest in the business alex pfeiffer. great to see you this morning. >> hey, tucker. pleasure to be here. >> huge companies that control a massive percentage of the news americans consume. if it is true that they are colluding to defeat trump. that's a big deal. do you think it is true? >> there is a bunch of reports from these news companies twitter banning breitbart columnist from the website. buzz feed reported a couple days ago that during a q and a barack obama was hosting on the website they filtered
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out messages that could be offensive to him or negative towards him. and on google, chairman eric schmidt set up the groundwork which formerly received 400,000 dollars from the clinton campaign to set up a tech freezing rain structure. facebook reports -- infrastructure. mark zuckerberg employees for supporting matters. certainly evidence to show that they have a liberal bias. >> that's remarkable. if true the idea that twitter filtered out questions hostile to president obama during what they billed as a live exchange with people that's shocking, isn't it? do you think that is true? >> multiple sources for it definitely shown they have report offensive speech on twitter. so, it's definitely a pretty big deal. this is one of the most consequential elections of our lifetime. people aren't turning to the nightly news anymore to get information they are turning to facebook, twitter and google.
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all these report liberal bias. that's what we should be worried about. >> if the "new york times" were doing this or "the washington post" or fox news was caught plea tending to be objective in a kq and a with the president of the united states but filtering out questions that weren't helpful to the cause that would be a major scandal. this twitter waives though. >> it doesn't seem. they were showing some sort of bias the democratic party would be clamoring for a state run internet. people don't seem to care. it's mainly because we skate. this instagram is owned by facebook. there is no real competitors to these things. "new york times" showing a bias go to the daily caller. if twitter shows a bias where do people escape to. >> obama administration is suggesting we ought to view the internet as a public utility. is there a role, at least theoretically for the government which regulates the broadcast networks to step in and say if you are going to pretend to be unbiased pipeline through
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which news flows then you have to actually be that. >> i guess the sec does regulate media companies. they are somewhat restricted by the first amendment and how they could affect operations are and whether they censor or not. if they're pertaining to be -- twitter says they are the free speech party, free speech wing, if they're going to say that maybe there could be a lawsuit or something. mainly user complaints that could change this. >> yeah. if you are going to be the arbiter of free speech, you ought to let speech be free and not crush people you disagree with. alex specter thanks for joining me. >> thanks for having me. >> new group of voters called security moms and worried about their family's safety. some of them are here to discuss their concerns. that's all live next hour. and before you get ready for your next hunting trip and you should go ton a hunting trip by the way before you i do die, you will need new camo and boots. who has it? bass pro, of course, they are here next to break down their deals. stay tuned.
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hundreds of personal phone numbers and addresses leaked and some of the documents straight from nancy pelosi's personal computer. one of the democrats who was hacked, straight ahead. and a movie called "sausage party" blasted by critics, not because it's a bad movie but looks like one but the singing potato is racist, might offend the irish. wait until what you hear they said about the bread. that's bad too. you can't make it up because we don't. it's "fox & friends," stay tuned for the last hour. wonder what group it is that is claiming that movie is racist. some small group looking for attention. >> one moron in their basement. >> entire arc ka texture, grievance groups that make decent salaries and 401(k)s lining about bread and movies. >> getting sick of political
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correctness. >> some people get rich on it. i live in a city full of them in d.c. >> we wouldn't have half of our show if we didn't have morons like that. we want to get to this news alert. the democrat party the target of another cyber attack. >> the hacker or hackers, we're not sure yet, is known as goosefer 2.0 released hundreds of personal phone numbers and e-mails. >> garret tiny is live in washington, d.c., with the breaking details. >> good morning, clayton, tucker and anna. this story becoming familiar. last month it was the e-mails and gucifier is striking again. they posted documents stolen in a cyber attack from earlier this year. they include a spreadsheet with the personal contact information for 193 current and former house democrats. their cell phone numbers, personal e-mail addresses and home kraess. another file claims to be a series of memos from house
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minority nancy pelosi's personal computer. confirmed the cyber attack in july and cooperating with federal investigators. democratic congresswoman debbie dingle from michigan is one of the lawmakers whose personal contact information was released and in this day and age everyone needs to be careful. >> i think it's somebody that's really smart getting in. people have been using their passwords i'm told republicans have it told, you have to be careful and careful what you put in writing. the personal nature of some of this leak is, obviously,s disturbing. >> in a blog post the hacker said that like the release of the dnc e-mails the purpose of this document dump is to allow people to have a right to know what's going on inside the election process. he writes in part, as you see the u.s. presidential elections are becoming a farce, a big political performance where the voters are far from playing the
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leading role. everything is being settled behind the scenes, as it was with bernie sanders. this is only the latest document dump in what's becoming a string of cyber attacks on the democratic party and that has u.s. officials very concerned that outside groups or governments could be trying to interfere in elections. >> does seem that way. garret tiny live from washington, thanks. according to the latest polls we've got donald trump is, in fact, trailing hillary clinton in four key battleground states, florida, north carolina, virginia and the state of colorado. in virginia and colorado, clinton's lead is as of this morning in the double digits. here to break down what this means for trump, dr. larry sabato at the center of politics at the university of virginia. great to see you, larry. >> great to see you too. thanks for having me. >> let's break down, tucker mentioned four of the states right now battleground states. let's talk about colorado. what's happening there and will that go to hillary clinton, do you think? >> yeah. i think that one is very likely to go to clinton not just
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because of this particular poll. we've seen now for probably about four months, a pretty strong trend to the democrats there. it's happening in the senate race, to the just the presidential race. some of it is the groth of the hispanic vote. some of it is in migration to colorado. they're a combination of factors but if i were in the trump campaign i wouldn't be spending all that much money and time on colorado. >> here from our notes from producers we have six states you predicting will decide the election p pennsylvania, ohio, north carolina, florida, iowa and nevada. why those half dozenen. >> >> well, because we wanted a break from some of the ones we've been talking about a little too frequently like florida and ohio and pennsylvania. i wanted to look at some of the other states. you know, when you combine some of these states you get electoral college packets that are as large as the big states. so it's worth taking a look at some some of these other states. for example, trump is doing
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better than expected in both iowa and nevada. now i have no idea whether he'll end up carrying them in november but in iowa, for example, he's led in a couple of polls within the margin of error. he has been doing well with his base group of supporters, working class americans, blue collar americans, and in iowa, there are plenty of them. in nevada, of course, he has a big presence because of his business interests. so it's worth taking a look at some ofs these other states. we always talk about the same ones and i'm going to accuse you of state prejudice and state political correctness if you don't change this. >> we're working on it. >> so a couple weeks out from the 1980 election the incumbent jimmy carter was leading ronald reagan, reagan ended up winning. the debates had a big role in that change. how predictive are the numbers now? how worried would you be if you were the trump team this morning? >> well, it's mid-august.
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the doldrums of august are not all that predictive of november. that's not to say they shouldn't be worried. they should be worried for lots of objective reasons. the money that they're spending or not spending, the places that are trending against them that they need to be for them. but you mentioned the debates and let's mention the most important thing of all, x factors. some people call them october surprises, but they can just as easily occur in september. let me mention one. not that i'm asking for an economic collapse but at this time in 2008 there was virtually no one in the economic field predicting an economic collapse at the end of september which is exactly what happened and it transformed the election. you just never know about false surprises and they can rewrite the script. >> john mccain suspended his campaign, rushing back to washington, d.c. it was a crazy time in 2008. let's look at some of the areas
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where maybe donald trump needs to be concerned. among independents. and the other day we talked to -- we talked to lee carter who was analyzing some of the recent trends among independents and she had this to say about him losing among independents. listen. >> they honor president obama. isis is honoring president obama. he is the founder of isis. he's the founder of isis. he's the founder. he founded isis. and i would say the co-founder would be crooked hillary clinton. >> well she measured that trend line there among independents the yellow line in the middle and wasn't resonating with independents. they gave it a d score and democrats gave it an f and the gop didn't resonate either. gave it a c. what does hillary need to do with independents and where do
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you see the shift happening right now? >> you're right to point to independents as a problem for trump right now. essentially he is depending on the poll, he's either behind about five or he is more or less tied. when i do polling averages i find out that trump is tied with clinton among independents but mitt romney, who had a losing campaign and lost by four large percentage points nationally, won independents by five points. a republican challenge iing a democrat in this kind of race should be ahead with independents. you put your finger on something that's very important and this gets to the lack of political experience that trump has. he has broad business experience but he's never run for office before. what happens in a rally, how people in your core base respond in a rally, does not necessarily resonate with the broader population. so some of these highly negative
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lines that he uses, that the rally goers just go crazy over, fall flat with the broader public that he's got to attract including independents to win the race. >> right. to try to get in the minds of independents, not just his supporters he's seeing at the rallies. is there a psychological impact when voters see numbers for donald trump falling even if it's slightly. is there a psychological impact. his message has been i'm the winner stick with me and we'll win? >> well you know there might be. i guess maybe i'm judging more from twitter, and i hear from thousands of people from many political collar ragss, but the trump people who communicate with me seem to get even more intense when the polls go another direction because they don't believe the polls, they think the polls are skewed, they think the pundits are skewed, they think the media is skewed, they tend to get madder and work harder. so you just never know what the real psychological effect is overall.
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>> larry sab bato from uva joining us live this morning. >> appreciate it. >> nine minutes after the hour. we will tell you about other stories that are making news this hour. fox news alert, a police officer dead after being shot at a traffic stop. 33-year-old officer jose chavez shot by the passenger in a stopped car with two other men inside. all three suspects were later arrested after a high-speed chase. the officer who had been with the department for two years, died after surgery. in another fox news alert a major twist in the story that's captivated america. >> this appearance of teresa remains a mystery. >> really strange. >> what's going on here. >> you remember the netflix series "making a murderer." i watched a few of them. the wisconsin judge overturned the 2007 conviction of 26-year-old brendan dassie, he was 17 years old when found guilty of helping his uncle steven avery rape and murder teresa. a photographer for auto trader
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magazine. his con fegs to the crimes on camera, he did do that, but a federal judge ruled there was a controversial element to that confession and he may have coerced by investigators and he should be retried or released. >> honesty here is the thing that's going to help you. no matter what you did. we can work through that. okay. we can't make any promises but we'll stand behind you no matter what you did. >> told me -- >> told me i did a good job. >> i'm going to come out and ask you, who shot her in the head? >> he did. >> well could be freed within the next 90s days. he did have a parent there and court documents show he has a low i.q. and many thought that was not fair when watching that documentary. now this, actor robert de niro giving his 2 cents in the race for the white house. the "raging bull" star says
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donald trump should not be running for president because he's totally nuts. he told the audience at a screening of his film "taxi driver" i don't know it's crazy people like donald trump. he shouldn't be where he is. so god help us, that's what de niro said. >> shouldn't be allowed says another entitled rich guy. to extreme weather louisiana under a state of emergency after downpours caused flooding. the rain claiming the life of two individuals. dozens had to be rescued from waist high water surrounding their homes. >> greg joins us with now of what we can expect today and hopefully they don't dumped on and more rain is coming. >> some spots may be another foot of rain or so and the system is kind of stuck there. so we probably have another four to five days rain total. the map what we're talking about. this is a system, it started seven days ago, little closer in towards the florida panhandle to the north of tampa, slowly drifted off towards the west, and for the last 36 hours or so, has been stuck pouring across
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parts of louisiana and unfortunately some spots well over 20 inches of rain now. that means you automatically are going to have massive flooding and we're talking about flooding that is at all-time records here. this system, sticks with us, maybe another foot of rain and pulls to the north. we will be looking at flooding concerns across the ohio valley later today and next few days. all right, guys, we'll send it back to you. quickly your husband sent you on a great adventure. >> you want to get on. >> from brunswick, ohio. >> thank you. >> hi, husband in brunswick, ohio. >> back to you guys, inside. >> go ohio, up with of our favorite states. what does bill clinton think about his wife's pesky e-mail scandal. now we know. >> [ inaudible ]. >> it's a big load of bull. the fbi director was lying it turns out. should republicans back off and let the clintons do their thing. sean duffy is here next.
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let us help grow your company's tomorrow- today at business.ny.gov the fbi director said when he testified before congress, he had to amend his previous day's statement that she had never received any e-mails parked classified. they saw two little notes with a "c" on it. this is the biggest load of bull i've ever heard. >> so what are you going to believe, your lyin' eyes or former president bill clinton. he said his wife's e-mail scandal never really happened. what does sean duffy think of that. joins us to respond. congressman, great to see you this morning. maybe i was watching a different press conference than the one the former president was watching. i seem to remember james comey telling america that hillary clinton sent or received over 100 e-mails with classified
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information in them? >> classified information and a classified. and to -- for bill clinton to come out now and say this is a bunch of bull, why then did he have this secret meeting with loretta lynch on the tar mac in arizona to make sure he could tamp down any kind of prosecution that comes from the doj, if he wasn't concerned about hillary clinton and her scandal with the e-mail, he wouldn't have had to have the secret meeting with loretta lynch. he knows better than that. he's trying to spin hillary out of trouble and tucker, it doesn't work. >> at a great cost. doesn't all of this, the meeting with loretta lynch, her denial of an fbi request to investigate the clinton foundation, doesn't it undermine collectively our confidence in the equal application of justice. people come here not just because it's a rich country but a fair country and we're all treated the same. this is corrosive, is it not? >> it is. i was a former prosecutor here in wisconsin, a state prosecutor, and we have the idea in america justice is blind. we think of the lady with the scales of justice and a
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blindfold over her eyes because justice treats everyone equally whether you live in a trailer parker in wisconsin or a mansion in new york city we treat everybody ek quit tablely. the problem is when we see the knee e-mails come out with this tie between the clinton foundation and the clinton state department, and we see that billionaires from nigeria can give money to the clinton foundation and then get access to the state department, that's pay for play, that's corruption, and when the fbi saw that, they went to the doj and said hey, we should investigate this. but the corruption inside the doj and this administration said no, we're going to leave this alone. the problem that america sees is they saw this administration go after their political adversaries, the tea party. they used the irs to go after them to shut them down. but when you have political friends like hillary clinton, the doj will shut down investigations to make sure america doesn't see what's happening behind closed doors. this was supposed to be the most
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open and transparent administration we've had in our history. this is corruption at the highest and i think what happens politically, tucker, is everybody thinks in america that hillary clinton is a lliar. that's baked in. the problem is they see she's corrupt as well and that will be a problem on the campaign trail. >> it does hurt the country. if republicans were doing this i hope i would be honest to be outraged about it, i think i would because i think it's bad. thank for joining us. >> thanks, tucker. a new key group of voters according to pollsters, security moms concerned about their family's safety. our panel is back to discuss their biggest worries next. buckle your seat belt, the film "sausage party" blasted by the critics for being a bad film but apparently a singing potato in the movie is, you guessed it, racist, might offend the irish. wait until you hear what they said about the bread. the bread is racist too. more ahead. ♪
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the american way of life being constantly threatened that's what many voters are saying, an alarming new poll out this, a monmouth university poll asked americans how do they feel about their life, if it's being threatened right now and a whopping 47% said yes, they feel it's being threatened a great deal, 61% in a separate poll say islamic terrorists threaten their lives and livelihood and family members. concerns have given rise to a voting block known as security moms. formerly soccer moms, these moms have made safety a top priority. joining me are some of the moms who share these views, beth, nel, deborah and kathy to talk
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about it. nice to see all of you this morning. >> thank you. >> so let me put up one of the polls because i want to get your take on it. do you feel your way of life threatened by a potential clinton presidency. this was a question asked in this monmouth poll. 42% said yes, 55% said no. now where do you come down on that? >> well, i am the only democrat on this panel. >> which is why i went to you first. >> i know. >> amazing how that works. >> isn't that. i feel -- i would feel less safe if the commander in chief that we chose for this nation was donald trump than i would -- >> why? >> hill hhillary. >> he has no foreign policy experience. the way he acts as a diplomat already, is frightening to me. and i don't think that people can trust what comes out of had is mouth. >> you see this poll, though, and hillary clinton with 42% feeling, deborah, that it's a threat to them.
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hillary clinton herself is a threat to their -- their way of life. where do you come down on that? >> yes. well, it's concerning for me for the -- as stated for the first hundred days of his presidency, if elected, that she would have an open borders and an amnesty for the already illegal immigrants and then what's questioning in my mind is the vetting process for the syrians, the nation of syria. and how are we going to properly vet that population, especially syria being a hotbed of islamic extremist terrorists -- terrorism and it's an ideology that is at war not only with america but the world. >> beth, you first and kathy, your take on this idea of the soccer mom trend to the security mom. we talked about, you know, gas prices in previous elections and in pocketbook issues. is national security more of a concern to you than those issues? >> absolutely. you know, and i said earlier, i believe in this election particularly, national security is number one in my mind.
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going with the hillary clinton poll, i absolutely believe that would be a huge mistake and i -- which is why i would not be voting for her. i think that americans have to wake up. in this election we have a potential three to four supreme court justices that will be elected to the bench. federal judges, traditionally now, they're not really -- their role is not to protect the constitution. the role is to legislate basically social justices and if we get three to four liberal judges, if clinton is a president, i think that the way of life that we've had from our founders and our constitutional individual liberties will be eroded. >> kathy, i want to get your take on the security issue and whether hillary clinton is the one to do it. you know, former senator, she's been in the white house, she's seen it unfold, she's been through conflicts with her husband and president clinton,
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and as secretary of state, she's watched this. so the argument from the clinton campaign is, that's the person you want answering the phone call at 3:00 in the morning. you disagree? i disagree completely because from my perspective, and now more e-mails have come out to show us that she was actually having some kind of pay for play kind of activity, so when we're talking about what kind of diplomat we want to represent america, do we really want someone that we have -- who are receiving funds from various organizations and putting them -- putting that into her pocket or wherever it is and not only that, but we have the reset button that did not work, the benghazi scandal, the clinton foundation. >> nel, to kathy's point, the trustworthiness, you're the democrat on the panel, the trustworthiness problem for hillary clinton, how does she overcome that to you? >> i think that you go back to experience. you go back to political experience. and she is by far the candidate
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with the most political experience. >> but that experience is all criminal activity is what we're discovering. so we have to -- these things matter. >> i would disagree. i don't think all of her political experience is criminal activity. >> four different congressional investigations. these things must matter. morality matters. john adam himself said our constitution only works for moral and religious people, people who understand the difference between right and wrong, and she's been wrong on so many different occasions. >> thank you all four of you for joining us this morning in talking about the security issues. we really appreciate it and thanks for sticking with us all morning. >> thank you. >> beth, nel, deborah, kathy. >> tucker, an na, over to you. >> a big show still ahead. don't move a muscle. but the fox news alert, first democrats hit with another serious attack. a hack attack. some of the material leaked directly from nancy pelosi's pc.
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♪ okay. that was one time. two times. three times. these are all the missteps after clayton is trying to catch a foul ball with nachos, a baby, a soda, and -- >> i said look -- that is really dark. >> you got to -- >> dropped the baby. >> going to drop the nachos? >> drop the baby. >> why are we doing this? a guy at a baseball game. >> he was at the pirates game he was there, walking back to his seat with a plate of nachos and a beer and a foul ball was hit and people started yelling, what am i going to do, and instead of trying to like put one down and move out of the way the ball basically -- >> he tried to have it all. it's a metaphor, like the tower of babble, you can't have it all. >> like a viral video though. >> in the end he lost the nachos the beer and the baseball. >> the nachos and the beer, just lost the baby.
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>> ended up getting free food. maybe you will get free food too. >> it's okay. >> all right. 34 minutes after the hour. we have toll it you about other stories. get to this one, one of america's best stealth fighters grounded by a swarm of bees. the maintenance crew discovering 20,000 honey bees hanging from the f-22 raptor. the massive 8 pound colony likely looking for a new place to live on the virginia base but they were sent packing to provide honey for a local beer producer. and an officer's car flippeden to its roof. we're getting a first look at how this happened. dash cam video capturing the moment the squad car is t-boned causing it to flip over. another view of the officer pursuing a red light runner before he gets hit. the officer radios for help while dangling upside down. university. upside down.
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good. >> you don't is hear that very often. the officer had minor injuries and taken to an area hospital. hope he's all right. imagine being greetsds by a 300 pound alligator inside your own garage. >> [ bleep ]. >> that's exactly what happened to a texas man. the animal likely tried to catch some shade maybe on a hot day. who knows. trappers removed the nearly nine foot beast, not without a fight and taking it to a gator farm they say. >> all right. next up in movie news, seth rogen doing animated film "sausage party" is accused of a bad movie by the critics but also racism. >> you're eating children. >> a small group of highly paid
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outraged mongers are feigning rage because the film has talking food. it they say are racist. among these racist foods, an air row ra bic loaf of bread who asks for 77 bottles of ext extra-virgin olive oil, a jewish bagel, mexican taco. it's important to point out that the film is a comedy, it's not a documentary about racist food, it's based on a talking hot dog. >> sausage. >> sausage. >> the full report, you can decide. will it end? >> oh, man. >> ever end. >> talk about food in a delicious way that we can actually almost taste. rick and clayton outside with omaha steaks. >> national filet mignon day today if you didn't know. delicious steaks on the grill. >> that's right. the senior vice president of omaha staex here to show us how to make the perfect filet mignon. they're fantastic. nice to see you. >> great to be back.
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for a look at what's coming up on "the cost of freedom business block." >> hey, guys, good morning. newly released e-mails raising questions over the connection between the clinton foundation and the state department. so is there any pay for play going on here. and is there anything both parties can do to stop it? a new gop task force report says officials are downplaying the threat of isis. is that putting americans' lives at risk. plus, kids heading off to college might want to listen up. it could take you a lot longer to get the degree than you think. we'll see you in the "cost of freedom" coming right up. ♪ gaviscon is a proven heartburn remedy that gives you fast-acting, long-lasting relief. it immediately neutralizes acid and only gaviscon helps keep acid down for hours. for fast-acting, long-lasting relief, try doctor-recommended gaviscon.
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leaking classified documents. they say old habits die hard including anthony weiner's sexting problem. his former mistress says a woman confided in her about similar texts from weiner. tweeting these photos in 2013 which torpedoed his political career. tucker? >> thanks, anna. national security breach creating a democratic party. the hacker or hackers known as guccifer 2.0 taking credit for releasing hundreds of house members personal cell phone numbers and e-mailses. our guest says that could be the beginning of what might be a very long fall. democratic strategist chuck joins now. what do you mean by that? you think this could be the beginning of a trend? >> chuck, can you hear me? my question may have been too profound. just kidding. we're having technical problems. we're going to come right back
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all right. we're back. we were rudely interrupted by a satellite problem. chuck joins us to talk about the hack of democratic e-mails. are we going to see more of this do you think this fall. >> i think it's a pattern. i think if you look at what's been going on over and over, it's disturbing and i think that when you have the general electorate out there and the people actually going to vote, they want to see something from politicians and this hack and this thing going on, more and more people that aren't trustworthy of the system and i think outside forces are trying to have an impact so the less people that we have participate in our democracy is not a good thing. i don't care if you're supporting donald trump or hillary clinton but there should not be outside people having
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influence and your personal information on the internet. >> i agree with you on all counts. you don't want people losing faith in the system. it makes them cynical and wrecks the country. we're assuming this is a foreign government behind the hacks. we don't know if that, do we? >> we don't. if you're a political consultant when you go to a haunted house you're expected to be scared, always still scared when something jumps out of the ceiling at you. that's what concerns me. what's the next foot that falls. no matter who's to blame for this we've spent a lot of money on research and when you have people having influence and running the campaigns democrats or republicans you will be set up for some kind of september surprise and i think there's a lot more to come. >> probably will be a bipartisan problem. i would expect. but to this point it's been mostly the democrats. democratic organizations hacked. i don't want to blame the victim here because i think they are victims but on the other hand if your password is password or obama/biden 08 you're not taking security seriously are you?
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>> you should tell your producers to stop calling me and e-mailing me because the dcc is a client of mine. it caused me -- how did you this affect me. think of all americans who have to set up a password for their gmail account or order a new pair of shoes on amazon, basic stuff you should know and it kind of leads you to believe who's watching the store. >> well, you wonder what political effect of all this. so e-mails, the dnc e-mails were hacked right at the beginning of the democratic convention and we learned what we knew which was they had their thumb on the scale for hillary against bernie. you would have thought that would turn off bernie supporters and none would vote for hillary but most are going to vote for hillary, disappointingly. will any revelations have an effect on voters? >> so you have about a bunch of the country who is solidly behind donald trump and a group of the america who is behind hillary. what you're talking about tucker is the swing voter in the suburbs of philadelphia and northern virginia, probably
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right outside of las vegas, and these states that will have -- there's a super small group of them, right, and they're cynical a little bit, not seen their wages go up for 20 years looking for somebody to inspire them and a reason to vote. every time this comes up it gives them a reason to believe the system is rigged and not participate. we immediate nor people participating to have a full debate of what matters for our country. >> if you're the hillary people what are you worried about most? the silver bullet that could derail your campaign? >> no matter what that is you go through every single scenario and you be prepared. you know i was senior staff with bernie and we were prepared every day for what could be coming next from hillary or republicans. set up every scenario like going into battle to deal with it get out in front of it and make sure your narrative is heard. right now i don't know if they know what that would be. >> yeah. and last question quick, why is anybody e-mailing? isn't text safer? >> i think so. right. i don't know who is still e-mailing. my son tells me don't e-mail me,
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