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convenience store. the owner decided to lock the doors until police arrived. that's when she went over knocking over everything in sight. >> really what they call hangry. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> have a great day. bye-bye. good wednesday morning to you and your family. it's august 17th. i'm ainsley earhardt. breaking news from the campaign trail. overnight donald trump making big changes to his campaign elevating two new people to top positions. this as i go 101 to talk hillary,nce and a whole lot more in an exclusive interview. then a stunning report out about our airport security after this incident at jfk. watch. >> get down. get down. get down. >> why police now say they're not prepared for a terrorist
attack even though we thought they were. >> whatever happened to new york? >> then ellen degeneres getting criticized for this tweet. can you tell why? your mornings are better because you're with friends. wow. what about that? >> it was so cool. went to the town hall in milwaukee. got an interview with donald trump. interviewed shawn hannity. thank you so much for being there. you all were so nice. we'll show you what it's like to be behind the scenes of a town hall. >> do you think john roberts knows anything about that? >> he gets to do this every day. it was so invigorating. you all have done it before. >> in lieu of sleep? >> that's okay. i can sleep when i'm dead. it was fun. >> or this weekend. >> right.
i'll catch up this weekend. >> let's hope weekends come first. let's talk about the race. we begin with the race for the white house. team trump. >> republican nominee adding new members to his campaign staff. >> then things are changing fast and furious. fox news senior national correspondent john roberts is live in milwaukee with the latest on the trump camp change, hey, john. >> reporter: brian, steve, ainsley, good morning to you. the thing i'm trying to figure out is why am i stuck in milwaukee where ainsley is stuck in new york city. that's where i wanted to be. we love wisconsin. donald trump hired, guess what, another guy named steve for his campaign. stevan kne vanity. he's the chief executive officer of the trump campaign. this is the guy who was once called the most dangerous political operative in america. a guy who believes donald trump should be donald trump. he loves the tough donald trump so it's likely that he will
continue to encourage him to be that way. and kellyanne conway. donald trump can boast he has a woman at the very top of his campaign. big departure for trump for a couple of reasons. first time he's used a teleprompter in a rally style setting before thousands of people and based on the response that he got, likely that he'll continue to do that in the future. it's also the sort of speech not typical for a republican candidate. trump building on the theme of being the law and order candidate, directing that message to inner cities, promising to pursue policies that will help minority americans through economic and educational opportunity and strong policing. trump last night pledging to break the cycle of poverty blaming hillary clinton and the democrats for policies that perpetuate poverty and lawlessness. here's trump from last night. >> she is against the police. hillary would rather protest the
offended than the victims. hillary clinton's policies are responsible for the problems in the inner cities today and a vote for her is a vote for another generation of poverty, high crime and lost opportunities. >> reporter: now it's not likely that donald trump is going to win african-americans over en masse with that speech. it's a message he will continue to push. he may win a few over but really what this is aimed at is independent and moderate voters. donald trump is not the type of person who wants to embrace all-americans. he wants to give the idea that he is an inclusive president and hopes that that sells. donald trump also receives his first intelligence briefing that will happen this afternoon at fbi headquarters. governor chris christie will join him. general michael flynn is there according to the campaign because they don't trust the level and quality of intelligence that they'll see receive. they want to make sure flynn is
there to say whether it's good. >> wow, that is pretty fishy. i'm sure the intelligence is high. thank you very much. >> he was on at 6:00 yesterday, he was on at 6 p.m. last night and he is back on at 6:00 a.m. >> working hard. as i look at the new guy, keith bannon, the guy taking the campaign chief executive position. you wonder his background. mr. roberts did say a -- a good explainer. he has an mba from the harvard business school. officer in the navy. master's in national security studies. he'll be helping mr. trump along with kellyanne conway who will be specializing in pollster stuff and messages. >> rick gates now becomes -- gets an elevation. he now becomes the deputy chairman. gates and also kellyanne conway moves up. he added two significant members
to his agricultural team, sam brown beck. these are a-team guys. >> rudy giuliani was there. he'll be on the show in the next hour. we want to take you behind the scenes of a town hall in case you don't get to go to one. this is what it's like. >> excellent. >> i love donald trump. my dad's a veteran. he wants to help veterans. >> we came all the way from georgia. we drove on sunday and this is my 16th trump event. >> i got tickets. we thought, hey, we're going to go up there. >> this is where we learn about the candidates up close. >> i want to make sure that hillary clinton's not the next president of the united states. people want change. she's not the engine of change, donald trump is. i think this is a terrific place to be and i think that it shows that donald is ready to confront the problem and hillary is living in denial. >> what do you think donald trump needs to do going forward?
we have three more months. if you watch the mainstream media they want you to believe this is already over. >> i think what they're trying to do is deflate the feelings of those that think that he can win. ronald regan wasn't winning in october -- until october of 1980, and i think that -- i have never seen a more abusively biased, one-sided pro hillary media in my entire life. ainsley, i just think that at the end of the day if the american people focus on issues, this would be my unsolicited advice for donald trump, i would forget about everything else but two people, hillary and obama. >> mr. trump, why do you think it's important to do the town halls? >> well, i like doing them. it really is very decisive in the fact that he wants to get down to it. >> how do you have the stamina that keeps going and going and going. you've only taken a couple of
days off? hillary has taken seven. >> that's a good question. i have a great stamina. parents. my parents had great stamina. no matter where we go we have overflow crowds, thousands and thousands of people. people don't talk about that. they never mention that. we were in pennsylvania, we had over 5,000 people who couldn't get in. we went to another site with 7,000 people that couldn't get in. in virginia we had thousands of people. it's just really -- it really makes you feel good. >> first classified briefing. are you bringing in general flynn and why? >> because i think he's a great guy. i've gotten to know him. he's been a real fan of mine and defender of mine and he's a terrific guy, terrific general, tough, smart. feels like i do about illegal immigration in particular. he wants to make sure the right people are coming into our country, not the people that we're probably taking in right now. we don't even know who we're taking in. we have people coming into our
country, we have no idea who they are, where they come from. he's somebody that i believe in. >> you trust intelligence? >> not so much from the people that have been doing it for our country. look what's happened over the last ten years. look what's happened over the years. it's been catastrophic. in fact, i won't use some of the people that are sort of your standards, use them, use them, use them. they say to use them but i won't use them because they've made such bad decisions. look at iraq, the middle east. it's a total powder keg. if we would have never touched it it would have been better on top of which we spent probably $4 trillion. nobody knows what we've spent. so, no, i have great people and general flynn is one of them. >> what do you say to the critics that are worried about you or hillary getting classified information? >> well, i'm worried about her getting it because of her e-mail situation. she can't keep anything private. i think that she -- and i really mean this, by the way. i think her e-mail scandal is
one of the worst things i've ever seen. she deleted 33,000 e-mails which is a crime, what she did is a crime, and to think that you have subpoenas and you're deleting e-mails, it's unthinkable. and i think probably her single greatest achievement in her life will be getting out of that mess because -- and i don't think she's really out of it. i can't believe that she's out of it, but justice has to be ashamed. justice has to be ashamed. when you look at -- when you look at the fact that she did so many things wrong. when you just look at the volume of -- i call her crooked hillary. you look at the volume of things she did wrong, and for her to get away with that is -- to me, i think it's very hard to believe. >> you can hear people in the background starting to roar in the big room. >> right. >> that's because he then left you and went and did the town hall, which you will see tonight at 10:00 p.m. eastern. >> sean hannity was up on the
stage and donald trump came in from the base am. that was before he went up on the stage. you can hear the crowd in the background. i was surprised at the number of young people that were there in that audience. >> and people who drove all the way from georgia. >> from georgia. to see the event. >> great job. that's what you want. people behind the scenes. you see governor walker in there yesterday. he wants to be there. a lot of republicans are staying away. senator cory gardner says i'm aboard. he says i will be devoted to donald trump. senator lindsey graham says i love that speech he gave the other night. >> everyone was talking about how great his last two speeches have been. >> in the meantime, it is 6:11 in the city. heather is back in studio today. >> welcome back. >> missed you guys. >> missed you. >> milwaukee, i hope they took care of y'all. >> i love your city. they're so nice. >> good morning to all of you. got a couple of headlines to bring you. start out with a fox news alert right now. major security flaws exposed
after panic at one of the country's busiest airports. watch this. >> down! >> get down! get down! >> show me your hands. >> so here's what happened. rumors of an active shooter at jfk airport in new york forced two terminals into chaos on sunday. it turned out to be a false alarm, but responding nypd officers now say that that incident exposes serious problems with security and response times had it really been a terror attack. port authority admits there was not enough communication with passengers. more on that as we get it. more breaking news this morning, death threats and outrage escalating in milwaukee overnight. social media users targeting that police officer who shot and killed the man. splis not released the name but many have leaked the name along with his picture and home address online. all this while calls to release
his body camera film. >> dagastino helping hamblin to her feet. nice going, ladies. both women helping each other cross the finish line and those are your headlines. great show of sportsmanship there. >> there is some good in the world, right? >> i guess so. >> how sweet of her to do that. >> thank you. coming up on this wednesday, could afghanistan be the next benghazi? contractors say there's no planning. you'll hear from a contractor. curt schilling has a democrat he wants to take down. i think donald trump would support curt schilling. >> yes. ♪ ♪ look at all these purchases
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>> if you're outside of that specific green zone or if you're outside of bagram your choices are going to be very few in terms of how you're going to get out. right now there is nothing that is there to account for personnel outside of u.s. embassy, u.s. government personnel or u.s. military personnel. it's not just a political nightmare for somebody, it's people's lives that are at stake. >> sarah carter is a senior correspondent and she's been interviewing these security contractors. has been in afghanistan off and on since 2007 and has not seen anything like this. more than 1600 contractors have been killed in this u.s. war in afghanistan. sarah, how concerned are they that they're going to add to thatecause of the lack of a secure security plan? >> they're very concerned. they believe it's imminent if something doesn't change. one of the things they brought
up is this is benghazi 2.0. this is what is going to be a nightmare for every politician. they have been talking to lawmakers, they have been talking to the state department. they have been trying to shake things up for at least more than a year now and nothing's happened. >> so you interview mike warren who's a security -- he's security director. he says the plan for the 26,000 security members there right now is remedial at best and a shelf what they need. >> absolutely. one of the things that they need is they need to know where is the main evacuation point? how are we going to get there? do they know where all of the contractors are throughout the country? and that is not in place. there's no way to locate them to know where they're at. there's no call-in center in case something happens. and no forewarning. this is mandated by the u.s. government. this is an executive order. the state department is responsible for this. they have to take responsibility for this and that's what they're saying. >> i don't know any sober individual who thinks security was adequate at benghazi.
it's been the opposite. we still haven't found a solid plan to protect the contractors who are trying to rebuild afghanistan? >> reporter: that's exactly what i'm saying. that's what was so surprising to me. that's what was so stunning when i stumbled on this story. after 15 years you would think a plan would be in place to extract the tens of thousands of contractors and civilian workers. the only plan is they lock down the u.s. embassy, extract people out of the u.s. military posts, but what happens to all the civilians and the contractors that are working there? that's the question. >> sarah said, you wouldn't have done this story unless people went on the record. that's how desperate they are. people watch this in afghanistan and they know this is a right target. that's how determined they are to tell the state department how at risk they are. sarah carter, thanks so much. >> thank you, brian. straight ahead, listen up, a new men's study says men today
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we have some quick headlines for you. happening today a rising democratic star will resign in disgrace. kathleen cane is going to step down after being convicted for leaking sealed legal documents to embarrass a rival prosecutor. she's accused of double murder, but you wouldn't guess it by the look on his face. former nfl star aaron hernandez laughing in court when his lawyer mistakes him for another athlete. >> on behalf of aaron rodriguez.
my client is aaron hernandez, not rodriguez. >> hernandez is already serving a life sentence for murder and he will be tried for two more murders in february. >> new representation please. >> all right. it may be funny in the movies, but this scene paints an all too real picture of today's man. >> 4002. just doing my workout. tuesday's arm and back. oh, it's a deep burn. >> yeah, it is a deep burn for a lot of people because now a new study claims that men are no longer as strong with the average grip strength of 98 pounds in their right arm, which is down from 117 pounds back in 1995. >> what's going on? >> i don't know. we're going to ask the expert. so will this affect our life span? here to weigh in is family physician dr. jennifer connell.
>> this is great. >> are men weaker today, weaker than their dad? >> i don't know. maybe you shouldn't be asking me that question. no, this is a fascinating study. i thought it was so interesting. basically 200 or so college students were assessed for their grip strength to compare to the men and women 20 years ago. basically what they found out was men now have decreased grip strength, women, too, although it was higher. and the pinch strength. that was lower as well but higher among women. >> because we don't do things anymore? >> that might be the thought. what were you going to say? >> all we do now is play on our smart phones. nonstop. we don't go outside. we don't mow the yard. we don't paint the gutters. we don't do anything. >> don't change light bulbs anymore. >> my mother, i talked to my mother about this. jenn, of course, we don't do anything anymore. i think you're right. the study talked about this as well, this concept that a lot of our jobs now, right, we're sitting behind a desk. we're sitting on a couch. sitting behind a computer.
>> we have robots. >> would he have robots and compute zblers women are doing this, men are doing this. we do it for you guys. >> your strength is getting greater. >> in 34-year-olds it was higher. >> i'm getting confused, a lot of us belong to gyms for this purpose. we sit at a desk all day long i'm going to a gym. >> i have to say this as a physician, this study was a fascinating study, but it's not 200% conclusive. we can't say definitively that men and women were weaker than 20 years ago. we need more studies to say that. i think it's an interesting concept. >> what does grip show you in particular? >> that's a great question. >> they use what's called a dynamometer. what the patients do, they grip it and they squeeze as tightly as they can. there's a gauge that says just how much pressure they're using, they're applying. that measures strength in that way. the same thing with pinch. they put something between their hands and pinch it. there's a gauge as well.
that's how they're getting the amount of pounds that someone's actually gripping. that's supposed to be an indicator of strength. that's just one way. you know, i was actually reading the study. why do we care? why is this even important? actually, we need these values to know what's normal for grip strength, pinch strength. so there's a lot of reason why is we want to know how strong we are. >> right. >> this study seems to imply that perhaps we're not as strong as we used to be. >> what do we do? >> we get out there and we start chopping down trees and start building houses. >> right up here. let's go. >> i asked him what he was doing to get in shape, he brought me to a place in his yard where he dug holes. that's how you get strong. >> really? >> these are the strongest americans when they worked hands. >> when you're in the train or in the car, you can get one of those grip things and do that over and over and over. >> oh, yeah. there are grip things.
like elastic. >> one thing we do is crush the beer cans when we're done with them. >> yes. >> instead of smashing it on your head. >> thank you very much for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> note to self. >> little depressed. >> sorry. >> meanwhile, will bill and hillary shut down the clinton foundation if she becomes president? they won't say, but one very liberal media outlet says they should and they should do it now. >> then ellen degeneres facing a firestorm of criticism for that picture with usain bolt. >> photo shopped. >> can you tell us why? >> i don't see the problem. first, happy birthday to robert deniro, i don't know him but he's 73 years old. >> happy birthday. >> are you talking to me? are you talking to me? are you talking to me? there's something out there. that can be serious, even fatal to infants. it's whooping cough, and people can spread it without knowing it.
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♪ ♪ well, he's standing and she's sitting. it's shot of the morning. hillary clinton's health being called into question by some people online. >> twitter users are going crazy with the hashtag hillary's stool. after one person pointed out that she not only looks tired, but she's always leaning on something. >> how dare she. one person writes this. the woman is so crooked that she can't even stand at this point. another one says, there it is again. folks, this is not normal. and someone else saying hillary clinton is not a stand up person. wants to be president but doesn't have a leg to stand on. >> well, we'll see. >> the internet. >> hillary's stool. >> all right. meanwhile, health issues aren't the only trouble for hillary clinton this morning. the fbi just turned over their
e-mail interview notes to congress conducted by their g men. >> wow. and the state department is now preparing to release thousands of her deleted e-mails. >> and garrett tenney, he's been following the latest developments. he's live in washington to give us the latest information. hey, garrett. >> hey, steve, brian, and ainsley. even after receiving the notes, there's a lot the lawmakers don't know because of how heavily redacted the notes are. that raises concerns for the house oversight committee. they requested the fbi's notes and now cannot read them in full because how highly classified the information is. then there's the 3,000 additional e-mails which the fbi unveiled in this investigation which clinton failed to turn over. yesterday the state department confirmed that it will be releasing those e-mails. it didn't say how and when that will happen. we'll likely get a better
information on that. we'll see if hillary clinton misused her position as secretary of state to benefit the clinton foundation, including a potential land purchase in nigeria for the state department from the businessman who donated between 1 and $5 million to the clinton foundation. >> that's totally phony. there's no question they misused the office of secretary of state. if mrs. clinton wants them released, i would challenge her to send a letter to the fbi director and say, you have my permission to release them. watch how fast she starts to backpedal. >> now "the boston globe" editorial board is calling on the clinton foundation to stop accepting donations altogether and if clinton is elected, to shut down completely. >> you would think they would have to. if the clinton foundation was open, she's president, he's giving speeches and every time she talks about something and they wind up with money from
someplace else, quid pro cash. >> totally unethical. >> 25 minutes now before the top of the hour. >> heather joins us with news that is kind of political and sporty at the same time. >> exactly. good morning to all of you. could curt schilling go from the broadcast booth to the floor of the u.s. senate. the former red sox senator considering a run to unseat massachusetts senator elizabeth warren when she's up for re-election in 2018. listen. >> i think she's a nightmare and i think that, you know, the left is holding her up as the second coming of hillary clinton, which lord knows we don't even need the first one. >> well, espn recently fired curt schilling after he posted his con servative views on the social media. the network called them
inappropriate. they've caught him. he's facing 10 years in prison after he signed an online oath defending isis. he even defended sharia law. >> want her to die. you know what, she should be put before a sharia court and tried. she will face capital punishment. >> is she's not a muslim. >> his banned radical group has ties to 15 different terror plots. back here at home, she's known for being funny. according to the pc police, this is no laughing matter. ellen degeneres is being slammed after she posted a photo of her riding on the back of usain bolt. this is how i'm running an errand from now on. the talk show hose says she's highly aware that racism exists in our country but she says that's not who she is. her people thought that picture
was racist. what do you think of that. caught red handed. watch this as a florida mail carrier shoves a bin of letters right into a dumpster. you can see the fort myers woman drive up to the green bin and unload the mail, there you go right there. a guy who happened to be working on the roof saw the whole thing unfold and saw hundreds of flyers that a local realtor paid thousands of dollars to send out. there were personal letters in the mix. the post office not commenting yet. >> if you didn't get that bill in fort myers, there's your proof. >> note to the post office, it's our job to throw it out. not his or hers. >> sure. devastation down south. even more widespread this morning as the death toll climbs to 11. >> brian, more than 40,000 houses have been destroyed down there and the nightmare unfortunately is not over yet. >> it was another rainy day yesterday. what lies ahead for them? maria molina joins us this
morning. >> good morning. the forecast is for more rain today. the radar loop has it lifted for days out there across parts of eastern texas, louisiana, parts of mississippi where we have seen day after day. as we zoom in you can see the rain moving in. we have this boundary out here and that's why it's stationary. it's bringing in the heavy rain and flood threat so we continue to see several inches of rain in the forecast. because of all of this water and standing water as well, the ground already saturated in so many areas. we have a number of flash flood watches in effect across parts of texas including houston, san antonio and by the way river flooding is ongoing and forecast to continue for several days. it's just going to take time for all of that flood water to continue to recede out there. across the east coast, the big story has been the heat. it's going to be another scor scorcher out there.
heat index values forecast to make it into the triple digits. yesterday we had some storms across parts of the northeast and even a tornado warning in parts of upstate new york. let's head back inside. >> another busy day for weather. maria, thank you. >> thank you, maria. the obama administration nearing its goal of allowing 100,000 syrian refugees into the united states. now one liberal billionaire has plans to profit off of it. we're going to tell you how coming up next. >> we will indeed. remember the show that sent innocent people to jail who volunteered on purpose? >> think that was bad? wait until i go to sleep. >> i will appear. >> the show "60 days in" is back with another experiment behind bars. we're going to talk to the sheriff and a volunteer who went inside the joint on that. ♪ ♪
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star will do it again at the mtv awards show later this month. i think she kissed madonna at the last one. >> it was something. >> thank you. thousands of refugees are pouring into europe and the united states from the middle east desperately trying to escape the horrors of isis. but george soros, the billionaire financial guy and friend to hillary clinton said, hey, that crisis, it's the new normal. and according to a memo from his organization, quote, the refugee crisis is opening new opportunities for attracting new donors and reforming migration at the global level. what does that mean? katelyn collins is a reporter for "the daily caller." what does that mean? >> reporter: good morning. okay, so george soros is a foreign born left wing guy who essentially wants to change the nature of our country, and in this data dump one of the memos
was about the refugee crisis. it made three points. they think they've been successful at implementing immigration policy across the world, they think the refugee crisis is an opportunity to continue doing so and they think the refugee crisis is the new normal. george soros is this guy who is a staunch advocate for open borders. he wants people to go wherever they want whenever they want for whatever reason. for him he sees this immigration policy, this crisis as a vehicle to further his immigration agenda and his open borders policy. >> so, katelyn, what ultimately is his agenda, just so that people can walk around the globe without getting stopped at the border somewhere or is he trying to make money out of it because he is in the business of making money? >> exactly. this is a man who made billions off of other people's economies failing and he sees this crisis as an opportunity where he can benefit. and instead of seeing it from a humanitarian perspective, he sees it from a business one.
>> we know this because of some of these leaked documents that now are embarrassing him and hillary and the democrats and stuff like that. talk a little bit about how he is, according to the leaked documents, trying to manipulate the media. >> he wants to manipulate the media by funding certain organizations to put his message out there and they'll suggest stories to journalists. they wanted to pay for journalists go live in ukraine, write stories that they thought were good, productive, further their agenda. the journalists heard stories that were counter productive then they would veto them. this is a problem americans should be aware of because he's so close to hillary clinton. you know, he has a lot of influence over her when she was secretary of state. he's donated millions of dollars to her campaign so far this election season and his son had dinner with the campaign recently. the democratic party needs to answer questions about this guy who they're so embedded with. >> sure. we know hillary clinton has
supported the black lives matter movement. we also noah cording to the leaked documents apparently he supports some of these efforts that started with ferguson, right, for social justice. explain that. >> right. his open society foundation has given over half a million dollars to black lives matter because they want to be able to support black lives matters as it grows. they're worried they won't know how to grow properly and they want to help them dismantle structural inequality. that was in one of the memos that was released in the data dump. >> what does that mean? >> they basically want to help black lives matter further their agenda. i think it's an issue also that the democratic party needs to address. they've openly endorsed black lives matter. now that they see this guy funding hillary clinton is also funding black lives matters, that's a problem and that's something americans should be aware of. >> absolutely. thanks for bringing it to our attention. kaitlin, thank you very much. >> thanks for having me. meanwhile, coming up,
remember that $400 million payout to iran? well, we just gave them some more dough. really? and we told you about the show that sent innocent people to jail on purpose after volunteering, right? remember this? the tv show "60 days in" is back with another experiment behind bars. we're going to talk to the sheriff, you see him right there, and a volunteer. she went into the joint on purpose. good morning. ♪ ♪
in" follows prisoner. they're all innocent. >> they're volunteers. they're posing as inmates hoping to expose corruption in the walls in clark county, indiana. this week it continues with season two and new group of volunteers get locked up in the joint. >> why would an innocent person -- >> choose to go to jail? >> i wanted to become a better person. >> my daughter is incarcerated. >> re-enforce my own sobriety. >> i'm scared that i don't know what i'm getting myself in. >> you think that was bad, wait until you go to sleep. >> joining us now is the man behind the project, you know him well clark county sheriff and season two cast mate mona lisa who went to jail, not prison, right? >> correct. >> you had a reason because your daughter is in prison and you volunteered when he approached you. why? >> because i really wanted to
find out what it's like on the other side. i wanted to know what it was my daughter was living day to day. i didn't want to just look at television, like "orange is the new black," all of these different tv shows -- which by the way is very, very accurate, but i wanted to know for myself. >> sheriff, what did you find? >> i basically found out that there is no real human face that's put on these people. that we as people in society, we just look at them as animals versus putting a human face on it. those are real people. >> sheriff, what's the challenge with jail? why did you want to expose jail not prison? >> because where it's a short-term holding facility. we're not required to do programs. this is also an opportunity to see what programs that we were doing that were working and not and to help people where they're in jail and concerned about their loved ones in jail. >> you go to jail first, then you go to prison once you're convicted. has it changed your relationship with your daughter?
>> absolutely. >> in what that? >> we're more open. she shares with me than she has has before. >> nobody knew about the show when you were taping it, you were here before. how were you able to come up with season two after this season has already been out? >> we basically took the season one under cover participants out and ten days later in the same process we were debriefing them, we were inserting season two undercover participants. >> pretty optimistic you think you'll have a season two. did you sense the network was behind you? >> i did. halfway through the things we were accomplished, i was surprised. i never dreamed in the beginning they would do a season two that quick. >> mona lisa, what did you find behind bars? is that real? we saw the blood. >> uh-huh. >> you find everything that you can imagine. >> really? >> from heroin -- i saw heroin for the first time in my life in jail. you will definitely see more
bickering and arguing than you'll see actual fights with the women, but it does happen. >> any changes, sheriff, because of mona lisa and other's stint? >> yeah, absolutely. what programs are working or not. i think it also exposed what you'll see in a lot of jails in america that we're understaffed and underfunded. that's why you see a lot of the violence. we're trying to be on our a-game everyday to do the best we can. our staff is trying to improve. how tough it is when you're understaffed and underfunded. >> thank you very much. "60 days in" season two premieres tomorrow. we'll tune in to see your story. >> thank you. >> i think we'll all obey the law today. >> i think so. before donald trump took the stage in milwaukee, he sat down with me or we stood up actually. we go one on one with the gop nominee and find out how he is preparing for his debates against hillary. this morning, big changes inside the trump campaign.
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well, good wednesday morning to you and your family. it's august 17th. my gosh time flies. i'm ainsley air heart. big changes to donald trump's campaign. what's really going on? we're going to talk to rudy giuliani on the couch in just moments. >> we hope he talks back. >> he will. plus, we go one on one with mr. trump about his new strategy. that exclusive interview straight ahead. coming up, remember that $400 million payment united states made to iran? well, another bomb shell. we just gave them more money. we'll tell you why coming up. >> unbelievable. amazing act of sportsmanship kmem pli fied. they went from competitors to
saving each other's. let me remind you, despite what you're doing and struggling with what to wear, your mornings are better because you're with friends. >> here is rudy giuliani. >> just show up. >> just like that. >> good morning. you were in milwaukee last night. >> we were in milwaukee until midnight, sure. >> you were on first. did you introduce donald trump? >> no. i was on first. reince priebus, the governor, governor walker and then donald trump. >> 2:00 a.m. this morning, "the wall street journal" broke this story that the campaign, the trump campaign made some campaign tweaks. guy by the name steve brannen will be the chief executive. paul manafort stays in place. what's going on? >> more people. the campaign is getting bigger and bigger and bigger. a lot of people think he has no
organization. good. i like them to think that. the reality is i now traveled to a number of states with donald and seen the organization he has. >> are people upset with manafort? maybe the strategy isn't working? >> i don't think it's about strategy. i think it's about management, making sure you have the right number of people in place to manage an organization that's grown dramatically, this organization is probably -- i wasn't there for most of the primaries, so i can't tell you. >> it was a bad month mr. mayor. you do make changes. every team makes changes. >> this is a good thing. this is what marco rubio did when he brought jim baker in. it would be like him bringing ted cruz's campaign manager. that thing that helped to turn the campaign around. the main thing is, forget the staff, the staff is enormously important, the most important thing is the candidate. donald trump had two tremendous days. those two speeches were the two
most sub stan innocence. i would say historic speeches that any presidential candidate has made in a very long time. the one yesterday, the one last night -- consider how dangerous that was. going into milwaukee in the middle of the riots and talking about law and order, but also talking about what needs to be done to help minority communities, african-american communities, poor communities to come out of the situation they're in. no one has offered answers like that together. >> mr. mayor, let's play some of that and talk about it. >> brilliant, brilliant speech. >> law and order must be restored. to every voter in milwaukee, to every voter living in the inner city or every forgotten stretch of our society, i'm running to offer you a much better future, a much better job. the other party, the democratic
party, nominated the personification of special interest corruption. we reject the bigotry of hillary clinton, which panders to and talks down to communities of color and sees them only as votes. that's all they care about, not as individual human beings worthy of a better future. >> so there a first time i can remember him talking about minorities except for on the defensive situation. here he is on the offensive saying i'm not ignoring you. >> this is the best speech any republican has ever given. democrats never talk about law and order, they leave out one part of it. look, there are two parts to fixing the problems in the american cities that democrats have controll ele ele eled for years. new york city had a republican mayor, me. we went down in homicide by 75%,
other crimes 60%, unemployment cut in half. jobs increased by -- >> people needs jobs. >> i want to get to the softer side. 600,000 people off welfare with a welfare to work program. not just off welfare staying home, welfare to work program. unemployment cut from 10 1/2% to about 5 1/2%. a city where people felt it was going in the wrong direction, 74, 75% to a city where 75% thought it was going in the right direction. what kind of programs did i use? i used the kinds of programs that donald trump was talking about last night, which by the way, i didn't invent. i borrowed them from other republican governors, ronald reagan. we cut taxes. we cut regulations. we stimulated businesses. we drew businesses to new york and we created something called jobs. >> but here is the thing -- >> and good ones. >> here is the thing, it doesn't surprise anybody that donald trump comes out for law enforcement. he is consistent.
he doesn't to sell anyone on that. when he looked and said, i know there's a problem in the community, i'm not ignoring you, i want your vote. democrats take the black vote for granted. therefore the african-americans and minorities are the losers. adressed it last night. >> he addressed it directly. this is the big problem in 30, 40 years why we can't crack the roof, the democratic party including hillary clinton takes the black vote for granted. what i mean, not that they don't work for it during the campaign, they don't deliver. i'll tell you what gave me the inspiration, when i watched the people in baltimore last year and all the public officials are there after the shooting and they were saying, conditions have been like this for 50 years and no one has done anything about it. well, you've been in charge for 50 years, the democrat party. you've been in charge with your programs of more food stamps, more welfare, more dependency programs, more blaming it on
government and nothing happened. and i was in charge of new york for eight years and people aren't saying that about brooklyn and harlem and even bedford stiverson is becoming expensive to buy a home now. the black middle class is flourishing and growing. >> they need protection from the rioters. >> and core to that is safety. that's at the core. it first has to be safe. when i took over as mayor to new york, you couldn't get a national store to put a chain in harlem. they wouldn't do it. now they're flocking there. you know why? because there was so much crime. >> mayor, let me talk to you about the intel briefings. both candidates today got the classified information. donald trump does not trust the intelligence he is bringing general michael flynn. >> he should take general flynn
with him to be able to ask critical questions. this is the art of being a good executive. >> and governor christie. >> if i were going to a national security briefing as a presidential candidate, and i've had top security clearances as associate attorney general, u.s. attorney even as mayor during september 11 in particular, i would take one or two experts with me to critically analyze it. you know, the reality is, our intelligence has been terrible. i mean, our intelligence has really let us down on a number of occasions and there's something substantially wrong with the way we gather intelligence. when the president of the united states can say just a short really while ago that isis is the jv team, something is wrong with our intelligence. >> they were getting t intelligence but the politicians were not giving it to the people perhaps because they didn't want to go -- >> it's part of the rigged
system in washington. part of the play up to the boss. don't give him bad news. tell him what he wants to hear. help keep barack obama in the fantasy world that he's in. so now that means there's something wrong inside government that's got be fixed. what donald trump is a guy who fixes things. >> the fbi and cia watch this show, you don't think they're doing a terrible job. i think they're doing a good job. lot of times they give the best intelligence. maybe it's not siffened correctly. i think we have good intelligence. >> i think we hurt ourselves a lot by pulling troops out of iraq and afghanistan. remember, the fbi is a wonderful organization. it's an organization i worked with more in my life more than any other including the new york city department. there's only 14,000 agents. cia the number is classified. when you have 100,000 troops
somewhere, you get a lot of intelligence. those troops they go to cafes, they go to bars, they go to places where you congregate and pick up information. some of them are trained to do it. so you have a lot of eyes and ears. and we're missing those eyes and ears. it would be as if we're trying to get the intelligence community in the united states and didn't have the 800,000 police officers we have. >> good point. we know you had a very busy day yesterday. rudy, thank you for dropping out. >> hanging out in milwaukee. first we will hand it to heather for headlines. >> good morning. overnight, brand new details on the controversial $400 million payment to iran that the white house claims was not ransom. reports now show that the rest of the $1.7 billion arm settlement was quietly sent in a second cash payment that took place a few weeks later in march. well, there is no explanation for why these payments were split up, but the white house
claims the timing of the first payment, the same day as the release of four americans was purely a coincidence. a pop snoonews alert right . panic at one of the country's busiest airports. watch this -- >> get down! get down! show me your hands! >> at the jfk airport in new york city. here is what happened. rumors of an active shooter at that airport forced two terminals into chaos on sunday. it turned out the be a false ala alarm, but responders say that incident exposes problems with time. there was not enough communication with passengers. to the olympic games in rio, america leads the medal count with 84. sam kendriks taking home the bronze medal in the men's pole vault. nice job. sportsmanship at its finest, new
zealand tripping and colliding with abby during the women's 5,000 meter race. both women helping each other cross the finish line. talk about going for it all after winning the silver medal in the men's triple jump, america's will clay heading over to the stands to propose to his girlfriend live on national television. it's seen around the world. and she said yes. and those are your headlines. >> so he got the silver and she got the gold. >> right. or maybe platinum. thank you. >> probably right. before donald trump took the stage in milwaukee, we sat down -- or we stood up and we talked together. >> polls are getting closer. they're getting a lot closer. it is tougher for a republican. the road is a lot tighter. >> the exclusive interview about his new strategy and how he's preparing to debate hillary. then, an unpatriotic decision sparking a fire storm. firefighters forced to take american flags off their fire trucks. we'll tell you why coming up.
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night with donald trump. >> going to run tonight. >> it's going to run tonight at 10:00 p.m. >> this is what you're not going to see, the behind the scenes look at the town hall. >> crooked hillary has -- she is not going to be president. >> what's it like behind the scenes at a town hall? >> well, it's really incredible to meet with all kinds of patriots. >> i am here because i am the number one supporter of donald trump. >> i know that your city has been through so much. >> it's time to put all this nonsense aside. >> we're in milwaukee. this is a pre-planned event before all the riots, before the shooting over the weekend. what's your reaction to that? >> first, my thoughts and prayers go out to all of you. i know when you turn on your tv and see people saying, oh, let's kill this white person and you see racial strife and turmoil in any city, we saw it in ferguson. we saw it in baltimore. it's heart breaking to see.
>> all these riots happened over the weekend. you had a black officer shooting a black man who put a gun in the officer's face. i'm not sure what he was supposed to do in that situation. what's your message for this community? >> secret service said you could go someplace else. no, this is the place to be. the reports seem to be that he put a gun in the police officer's face. so, certainly that should be justification for whatever happens, but supposedly it was a gun put in his face. now it's going to come out on camera one way or the other. it will either be that or be something less than that. but if it's that, what can you say? >> one more month until the debates. what are your thoughts? you won't be using a teleprompter there. this will be off the cuff. >> i look very much forward to it. i like being off the cuff. i've been in 11 debates. my whole life is debate, but i never debated before. i really enjoyed the debates.
i guess i did well in the debates base on all the polls they did after the debates. i look forward to it. i think that hillary really has made terrible mistakes. bernie sanders used to say all the time, she suffers from bad judgment, and she does. i look forward to the debates. i think it will be a interesting evening. >> mainstream wants the rest of the country to believe that this race has been called, hillary will win. what's your reaction to that? >> we just had a poll where i'm two points down. the polls are getting closer. it's tougher for the republican. it's a lot harder for a republican to get there, but i think we're going to win. if you would have seen i guess right around the middle of the primaries i was supposed to be not going to win. right after wisconsin. and here we are in wisconsin. but right after wisconsin i was not going to win and then two weeks later i was going to win in a landslide and then everything started going my way and i won in a very massive
landslide. i feel great about our position right now. i haven't spent ten cents. i haven't spent ten cents. i'm putting up my own money from me. we raised a lot of money for the republican party. a lot of small money is coming in. we raised $82 million last month. we have a lot of money in the bank and i haven't spent any of it. she spent way over $100 million on negative ads on me and i'm fairly close. so, i think we're going to do very well and we're going to actually start doing ads over the next few days. i think we have some pretty good ads. and we'll see what happens. but, i just look forward to it. i think the whole thing has been a very interesting experience and my whole thing is make america great again. that's what we're going to do and she can't do that. >> when you were growing up, did you ever think this was my path? >> no, i didn't. if i did, i would have been less controversial. >> you were up last night and watched the town hall tonight. >> that's great. >> 10:00 p.m. >> yeah, it will be 10:00 p.m.
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♪ okay. time for some quick political headlines. this morning we remember the life and career of a tv pioneer who had trademark signoff. remember this? >> out of time. sorry. bye bye. >> john mclaughlin created the mclaughlin group back in the '80s. one of the first political commentary shows started in 1982. wrc down in washington, d.c. he died just two days after he missed his first episode in more
than three decades. he was 89 years old. and a friend of the show is one step closer to becoming a u.s. congresswoman. cheney winning out in the state of wyoming. she is running for the seat. her father held once upon a time, for a decade. liz tweeted this photo of her getting a big hug from her dad after the win. well, america's heroin epidemic is getting worse by the day. on monday alone, police in huntington, west virginia, responded to 26 drug overdoses in just four hours. >> these are from all backgrounds, too. the state of new hampshire is one of the hardest hit, with one person dying from heroin everyday. last year, 439 people died overdoses. >> wow. one of the biggest obstacles is the lack of help and resources. >> christie is the director of the friendship house services 45% of the state, but it's just 18 beds. she joins us right now.
so christie, we know it's getting worse. numbers don't lie. is the money matching the problem? >> no, it's not. there is a lot of talk about additional dollars being filtered into our state to help. it's just not coming quick enough. >> you are the only comprehensive substance use disorder facility and you only have 30 beds for the state of new hampshire where one person is dying everyday. why is that? >> well, we have 30 beds. 18 of our beds are licensed to provide clinical treatment. due to regulations imposed by the department of health and human services health care facilities licensing, it would be far too costly for us to upgrade our facility. we have an older facility to meet those requirements under the new licensing of additional beds. it makes it impossible. >> you're turning people away. >> we are turning people away. >> you say the money is coming
but it's not coming quick enough. what's -- >> right. >> what's problem? >> you know, i know -- i'm not really sure what's holding the funding up. i do know that there is another problem. the funding that we are hearing about is mainly focussed on programs and the funding that we need, at least in our situation, is the bricks and mortar. it's capital improvement, new construction funding. there are no grants to support what we're trying to do. so we are trying to raise as much money as we possibly can to fix the problem. >> well, we're glad that you're doing that. thank you for loving these people enough to want to help change their lives. but what is it about heroin? we're hearing more and more cases it seems like every few weeks we're doing a story about heroin. why is that such an attractive drug now? >> well, it's easily accessible. you know, you used to talk about heroin addict 15 years ago, you would think of the homeless person who is living on the
street using needles. now it's the soccer mom or the high school athlete who sustained an injury and was put on a regiment of pain medication, wasn't properly detoxed and now has built a tolerance and is addicted to it. >> it's almost like you're resigned. is this overwhelming for you? >> it is a bit overwhelming. i am hopeful. i have seen a big shift. there is a lot of political support and we've had a lot of visits to the friendship house because we are the only facility. they are trying to help. like i said, just the funding isn't coming quick enough. >> i tell you what, these senators, senator ayotte is in a tough race. you say they're advocates, but if they actually want to win an election, go ahead and produce this money for you guys quickly. if you want to donate, go to www.tccap.org, correct? >> yes, that's correct. >> all right. thank you so much for making a difference in the lives of so many people.
we appreciate that. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. well, remember this mom caught on camera smacking her son for riots in baltimore? well, this morning she is making headlines again and donald trump making his case for the to the black voters. >> i'm asking for the vote of every african-american citizen struggling in our country today who wants a different and much better future. >> will that work? charles payne says it's all about the economy. but he better have something else to add because we gave him four minutes. ♪ ♪ working for a living ♪ working for a living ♪ working
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them into financial ruin. virtually every single one. they've ruined the schools. they've driven out the jobs. they've tolerated a level of crime no american should consider acceptable. >> so the democrats have ruined the inner city and donald trump says if you make me president i will fix them. do you buy it? charles payne joins us right now. he is the host of making money over on fox business. what do you think? >> i think he is right with respect to creating inner city and keeping it where it is. to the point he made, the top 50 cities where democrats have been in control for a very long period of time including milwaukee, it's just -- i think that the evidence speaks for itself. and it's really devastating because it only gets worse and worse and worse. there's no really sign -- >> we've poured trillions of dollars into the war on poverty. why haven't it gotten better? >> you pour in trillions of dollars at the top and put it
toward faulty programs. put it towards things that aren't necessarily designed to help people improve, i think someone had sent the tweet out the other day about democrats and sort of looking the other way or enabling certain things. you know, i have to tell you something, the bottom line is that they're ultimately people have to help themselves. so you have a couple choices to make in life. you can say, hey, i want to continue to be along the lines of no hope which is a narrative -- hey, you're in a very hostile environment, very hostile country that does not like you because of the color of your skin. we have your back. they offer better and better crumbs to keep it that way. >> donald trump says that hillary clinton talks down to the community of color. sees them only as voters. she holds back the minority voters in this rigged system. >> i think the democratic platform does that. i really do. i think it has done that for a long time.
and i'm really glad that donald trump made this speech. i would like to see him make it, though, in black churches. i would like to see him make it in black neighborhoods. >> maybe he will. >> maybe he will. when i first started on wleetd, the first thing i learned as a stockbroker is you have to ask for the order. okay? somehow asking black people for their vote is quote unquote pandering. that is so damn dumb. if i want everybody to sell the cup, i may sell differently to her than i sell it to you but i'm selling the cup. >> i get you're fired up. let me say this, charles, as i see 2015 may last year, he went to mostly college, listen, you all should vote republican. they said why? you never did in your life. democrats take your votes for granted. republicans don't try for it. and even -- i don't remember john mccain trying for it. this was the first time i heard a speech that at least put it in
text. now you got to see if the sleeves are going to get rolled up and you're actually going to walk the streets and hear the problem. >> right. i agree 1,000%. we have a tragedy right now in louisiana. where is president obama? he is on vacation in martha's vineyards. listen, george bush, he got pretty harsh treatment for what happened after hurricane katrina. there are two different standards that have already been established. we know this already. the bottom line is i think this is -- most black americans are held hostage. they're hostages in this country. they live in fear. they live in fear in their own neighborhoods. they want to be free. they want to break this but it's a lot more complicated. people say see something, say something. hell no. i'm not going to say anything if the guy gets out of jail in three years. >> he knows where i live. >> i'm not going to say anything if -- you know 70% of the murders in chicago, someone hasn't been arrested for them. are you kidding me? so the black community is being held right now it's a hostage situation. they would love to be free.
they would love for someone or somebody or some sort of ideology to come in there and break those bonds because they're being held hostage in america right now. >> charles, let's talk olympics. if you win a gold medal, you win $25,000, but you have to pay about 40% tax on that. which adds up to $9,900. michael phelps -- $55,000. >> so far. >> i'm not crying for michael phelps, i'm crying for the u.s. cyclist the most he ever won one year from his sport is 3 grand or gabby douglas mom filing for bankruptcy before 2012 because all the bills they incured. if an american worker works for a foreign company or overseas, 100,000 is except. ambassadors don't pay taxes. when our national anthem is played, the rest of the world gets to see how great america is. >> right. >> those athletes and our soldiers are our representatives around the world for the greatness in the future of america. taxing them is the last thing we should be doing.
>> people see the dream team and they think, what are these millionaire athletes. it's not about the dream team. it's about the cyclists, the team handball player. >> the top ten track and field, average pay. most of them are struggling. >> thanks a lot. over to heather for headlines this morning. >> good morning. charles, great to have you here. good morning to all of you. new e-mail trouble for hillary clinton this morning. the fbi just turned over its interview notes to congress as the state department prepares to release thousands of those deleted e-mails. this coming as a brand new bomb shell from her time as secretary of state now surfaces. records obtained exclusively by fox news show that the state department quietly took steps to buy flaels nigeria for new consulate. the firm behind the sale is owned by a major clinton donor to the clinton foundation. that deal happened shortly after clinton left the obama
administration in 2013. the clinton campaign did not respond to a request for comment, but we will watch that story carefully as it continues to unfold. the father of the dnc staffer who was murdered on the streets of washington is speaking out now. joel rich exclusively telling the daily mail that his son seth rich had just accepted a position with the clinton campaign days before he was killed. listen -- >> he was -- they wanted him. and that he was probably going to be moving up to brooklyn through the election. and he was really excited about that. >> now police have said that the 27-year-old may have been a victim of an attempted robbery, but the killer did not steal his wallet or any valuables he had on him. wikileaks floated the possibility that rich may have been an informant to that website. several conspiracy theories tie him to the dnc hack. disgust and outrage after american flags are ordered off
the back of fire trucks. a board of fire commissioners in poughkeepsie new york claiming the flags are a liability and a distraction to other drivers. but union president says, quote, at a time when our country needs unity, to do something like this is next to flag-burning in my mind. firefighters are hoping that support from the community will bring those flags back. and those are your headlines. here in new york city, we see those huge flags on the back of our fire trucks. >> yep. >> that's not a distraction for me as a driver. >> not at all. i love seeing that. >> me, too. >> all right. >> let's hope they get things straight in poughkeepsie. >> no kidding. straight ahead, at a time when police officers are being targeted across the country, is being pro-police a bad thing? well, apparently if you're a democrat. we'll explain. yep and she was caught stealing candy bars at a convenience store. what happened next? you're looking at it. the video you got to see and some claim they are seeing. ♪
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i'm allergic to wasabi. well, i feel better. it's been five minutes. talk about progress. [ chuckles ] okay. some quick headlines for you. remember her the hero mom filmed smacking her son during the baltimore riot. now a year later the single mom of six is homeless. her son accidentally burning down their house while he was cooking. the family has a go-fund me page if you're interested in giving a donation. a woman trashing a florida convenience store after getting caught stealing $11 worth of candy bars. the owner decided to lock the doors until the police could get there and that's when she went off knocking everything off the shelves. brian? >> thank you. at a time when cops are being targeted across the country like in milwaukee over the weekend, this week, of course that happened. here is a message from the democratic party to their rank
in file. quote f you are too blue, you'll pay the price. newly leaked memos from the dnc show party bosses shutting out candidates that are democrats that they think are too pro-police and too anti-black lives matter. here to react is former nashville police officer vincent hill, the host o beyond the badge. officer, does this surprise you? >> hey, good morning, brian. top of the morning to you. it doesn't surprise me one bit and here is why, history has shown the only way democrats can get into office is to have the minority vote. what better way to get that is to attack the establishment, the institution that 80% of the black community is saying is racist, is untrained, uneducated white men who just want to target black people. it's simple statistics. it has nothing really to do with rather hillary clinton support black lives matter because history has shown she hates police. >> i should say that democratic
congressional campaign committee more leaked documents reveal underclass and undercurrent that is really sinister. here is the problem. we're not talking about demo. we're not talking about a certain class. we're talking about what's right and wrong. law and order as opposed to chaos. you as somebody with law enforcement and african-american, this must really upset you. >> yeah, absolutely it does. i want to reflect on what donald trump said last night. i mean, i echo everything he said. here is the thing. the current administration says it's okay to run from the police with the stolen gun and fire at police. it's okay to rob a store and fight with police. it's okay to resist arrest and have a gun on your person. it's okay unless the police react. you know, i'm sure president obama had his speech ready for milwaukee until he found out the officer was african-american. has he spoken on that? no, he hasn't.
what has he done, released 15 known terrorists out of guantanamo bay. >> and lot left his vacation to do this, even though it looks like minority communities being wiped out in louisiana. so, when these leaked documents come out, hey, we're against hacking and leaking, but when these documents come out, you find out what people really are doing behind the scenes and it turns people off to politics big time. but at least we're exposing it. >> absolutely. >> thank you so much appreciate it. >> thank you, brian, always a pleasure. straight ahead, is political media underestimating donald trump and his supporters? yes, and he's seen this happen before. but on another note on this day in 1965, sonny and share were top of the charts with their hit "i got you babe" and they sang it over and over again in black and white and color. i can't even hear it anymore.
why do blue collar workers support donald trump? well, if you ask "the new york times" it's because they are uneducated and the only cure to them would be more union. an op-ed "the new york times" claims union membership would civilize white working class trump supporters. it makes comparisons to hitler saying, quote, it's not an accident of history that hitler abolished german trade unions or that farmers and small business owners were more simp thet toik the nazi cause than were industrial workers reared on unionism. here with reaction, steve hilton, the former director of
strategy for british prime minister david cameron and the ceo of crowd pack and he joins us live from california. good morning to you, steve. >> great to be with you. >> so in other words, the reason donald trump is doing so well is because unions have fallen on hard times and they're just not there to make us smart. >> it's completely unbelievable. you know, people use that phrase jaw dropping. >> right. >> when i read this over the weekend, my jaw literally dropped. we hear a lot in this election campaign about tone and criticisms of donald trump's tone. think about the tone of this guy. he's writing, this professor "the new york times," is writing about white working class trump supporters as if they are dumb savages who need to be saved by christian missionaries. even though it's one article, i think it goes to a broader point where you see critics of trump not just on the left actually but the right, the never trump
republicans. when they talk about trump supporters, they say that they're not just wrong, they're kind of morally inferior, something shameful about supporting trump. and i think that is really disrespectful to the millions of decent americans who are just voting for finally to get some change from a political system they just don't trust anymore. >> surely. steve, who are the trump supporters? i mean, obviously this particular article "the new york times," which of course sets the agenda for the american left, what they're trying to say is, you know, back in the old days, almost everybody belonged to a union or had somebody in a union family but the union would set them straight because they vote democrat. these people supporting donald trump all across the country, who are they and why are they bind this guy who made so much money in new york and across the world? >> i think it's much more complicated than saying here is a bunch of uneducated white people who respond to his message because there aren't
enough of them to deliver the kind of support he's getting. i think what you're seeing with the trump campaign both who used to support the democrats as well as the republicans. who are really sick and tired of politicians year after year after year making promises that turn out never to be delivered. and they feel that finally here is someone who might just shake things up, bring some change and deliver on their promises. i thought trump's speech last night not just the parts where he talked about law and order and policing, but where he really presented himself as the kind of outsider who can bring the change that people are yearning for was a great example of why people are responding to him. >> surely. you look at the trump supporters and you got to figure, a lot of people must have led stomachs because the way the political left and the mainstream beats them up, calls them bigots and racists and whatever they can think of, they pile on these
people. and nonetheless his support seems to hang tough at a certain level. >> i think that's exactly right. and it shows how fed up people are with the system. and i just think that honestly if we're going to have a decent respectful campaign here, those who are criticizing trump, that's fine. he is the candidate. he's put himself out there. say what you like about him, but i think it's completely wrong to vil fie and denigrate his supporters when all they want is a decent future for their family and their community and they finally see someone who might actually bring about change. >> sure. regardless of the message, though, you look at the structure of the political system in the country and right now the political left is supported by the mainstream media. so you open up a major american newspaper and you look at it. there's ten critical articles about donald trump and narry a word about hillary clinton and these perjury problems she might
have in front of the u.s. congress. >> i think that's right. we have to be honest and look at all the different ways people are getting information these days. not just those sources and whole range of news sources. in the end, i think the most powerful factor in elections tends to be word of mouth. it tends to be people talking to their friends and families and their colleagues in their communities about what really is the right vote for them. i think it's easy sometimes to overstate the power of the traditional press. >> steve hilton, the ceo of crowd pack. thank you very much for getting up early out in california to talk to us today. >> good to be with you. thank you. >> thank you. >> all right. coming up after donald trump went to wisconsin, where should he go now? frank lunts knows and he has a five-step strategy and he'll share it in the next hour. >> the u.s. marines are looking for a few good women. they're putting us to the test right here on the plaza. live from new york city, this is
um. something wrong? so when it comes to pain relievers, why put up with just part of a day? you want the whole thing? yes, yes! live whole. not part. aleve. good wednesday morning to you and to your family. it's august 17th. i'm ainsley earhardt. this is a fox news alert. it has happened again. another amusement park accident. this time six children, listen to this, get electrocute on a ride. >> what? >> the late eest on this investigation into what went wrong. >> oh my goodness. meanwhile, breaking news in the race for the white house. while you were asleep, it was announced that donald trump is shaken up things, overhauling his campaign team. we'll tell you is in. plus is anybody out? ainsley goes one on one with donald trump and they're talking strategy just moments away. and pokemon no?
one couple now suing the game makers after players keep showing up on their front lawn. >> you're just very enthusiastic to read that. >> okay. i'm going to try to tone it down a little. mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪ american woman, stay away from me ♪ ♪ american woman all right. this will be your department today. >> those are true american women. >> they are. u.s. marines. >> they want to recruit their fe mail ra male ranks. can we get some of those collegiate wrestlers we watch in the olympics? >> right now the level of fem e females in the marines is 8%. they want it up to 10%.
>> everyone looks good in chamky and camouflage. >> the marines are amazing, aren't they? >> yes, they are. we always salute them. >> i walked down the hall and got challenged to do pullups and chinups. excuse me. i'm more of a white collar guy. >> hard to do a pullup. >> we'll find out. >> but first we're going to talk politics. we start with a fox news alert. big changes in the campaign over team trump overnight. >> that's right, steve. the gop nominee adding new members h to his campaign. >> he sa national correspondent, john roberts. he is in milwaukee where the national correspondent chooses to be. hi, john. >> brian, ainsley, steve, good morning to you. new addition at the very top of the trump campaign in the ceo of ban bonn he has been named the chief executive officer of the campaign. he was once named america's most dangerous political operative, so very powerful figure for donald trump to have. also kelly ann conway, very
familiar to viewers here at fox channel. she is the campaign chairman. donald trump last night in west bend, a real departure. first of all from the atmospherics of it. he had this huge, enthusiastic crowd there in this room in west bend and he was reading off of a teleprompter prepared remarks, tightly focussed speech about law and order in the wake of the riots we saw over the weekend in the city of milwaukee. all about providing safety and opportunity, pointing the finger of blame at hillary clinton a d policies he says perpetuate poverty and lawlessness. here is trump from last night. >> we reject the bigotry of hillary clinton which panders to and talks down to communities of color and sees them only as votes. that's all they care about. not as individual human beings worthy of a better future. she doesn't care at all about the hurting people of this
country or the suffering she has caused them. >> now, this afternoon donald trump has his first classified intention briefing. joined by new jersey governor chris christie the head of his transition team as well as lieutenant general michael flynn. the campaign is bringing along to check the reports because they don't particularly trust that the intelligence community is going to give them the good stuff during this briefing this afternoon. ainsley, brian? >> you know general flynn will speak up if he doesn't feel like he is getting a-plus material. >> yeah, he will. >> thank you, john. >> john had some blue ribbon for us. that's where pabbs blue ribbon is in milwaukee. >> hello. >> we were in milwaukee last night with donald trump because sean hannity is going to have his town hall that's going to air tonight. >> right. >> at 10:00 p.m. we went behind the scenes. this is what you're not going to see on sean hannity's show tonight. watch. >> an exclusive.
>> yes. >> i love donald trump. my dad is a veteran. he wants to help veterans. >> we came from georgia. >> you drive? >> we drove. >> this is where we learn about the candidate. you're up close. >> i want to make sure that hillary clinton is not the next president of the united states. people want change. she is not the agent of change. donald trump is. this is the perfect place to be. shows that donald is willing to confront this problem and hillary is living in denial. >> what do you think donald trump needs to do going forward? we have three more months if you watch the mainstream media, they want you to believe this is already over. >> i think what they're trying to do is they would like to deflate the feelings of those that think he can win. ronald reagan wasn't winning in october until october of 1980. and i think that -- i have never seen a more abusively biased one
sided pro-hillary media in my entire life. ainsley, i just think that at the end of the day if the american people focus on issues -- this would be my unsolicited advice for donald trump, i would forget about everything else but two people, hillary and obama. >> mr. trump, why do you think it's important to do the town halls? >> well, i like doing them with sean. he is a special guy. very smart, very decisive in a sense that he wants to get right down to, you know, let's get right down to it. >> how do you have the stamina to keep going and going. you've only taken two days off. >> i have a certain stamina. maybe it's called parents. they had good parents. my parents had great stamina. i'm loving it. the crowds are fantastic. i think the response has been ainsley incredible no matter where we go, we have overflow crowds. thousands and thousands of people. people don't talk about that. they never mentioned that. but we were in pennsylvania. we had overflow. 5,000 people that couldn't get
in. we went to another site we had 7,000 people that couldn't get in. we were in virginia, we had thousands of people. it's just really -- it really makes you feel good. >> first classified briefing. are you bringing in general flynn and why? >> i think he's a great guy. i've gotten to know him. he's been a real fan of mine and defender of mine and he's a terrific guy, terrific general, tough, smart. feels like i do about illegal immigration in particular. he wants to make sure the right people are coming into our country, not the people that we're probably taking in right now. we don't even know who we're taking in. we have people coming into our country we have no idea who they are, where they come from and he's somebody that i believe in. >> you trust intelligence? >> not so much from the people that have been doing it for our country. look what's happened over the last ten years. look what's happened over the years. it's been catastrophic. in fact, i won't use some of the people that are standards, use them, use them, very easy to use
them, but i won't use them because they've made such bad decisions. you look at iraq. you look at the middle east. it's a total powder keg. if we were to never touch it, it would have been a lot better off. on to have o which we spent probably $4 trillion. nobody knows what we've spent. no, i have great people and general flynn is one of them. >> what do you say about the critics worried about you or hillary getting classified information? >> i'm worried about her getting it because of her e-mail situation. she can't keep anything private. i think that she -- i really mean this. i think her e-mail scandals is one of the worse i've ever seen. she deleted 33,000 e-mails which is a crime. what she did is a crime. to think you have subpoenas deleting e-mails, it's unthinkable. i think probably her single greatest achievement in her life will be getting out of that mess. i don't think she's really out of it. i can't believe that she's out of it. but justice has to be ashamed.
justice has to be ashamed. when you look at the fact that she did so many things wrong, when you just look at the volume of -- i call it crooked hillary. you look at the volume of things that she did wrong and for her to get away with that is to me i think it's very hard to believe. >> excellent job going into milwaukee to get that interview. >> well, thank you so much. >> so we tagged along with sean hannity's crew, very nice of them to let me do that. you can watch the town hall tonight at 10:00 p.m. we'll talk about it tomorrow morning. >> they have changed the tone. that was supposed to be unscripted rally last night and it was a scripted rally with a specific topic. they had ground to cover. so you got an economic speech last night. terror speech earlier. now you have one about law and order last night. now we'll see what happens. >> good call on the part of the campaign to do that. >> he left the town hall and went to west bend last night and that's when he had the law and order speech. >> he did the free willy thing
and. >> i don't know how the candidates do this and don't take much time off. >> heather, you have a 747, don't you? >> 747 and a g5. >> what's a g5. >> exactly. >> i think that's the next block. >> just kidding. good morning, good morning to all of you. we have some breaking news to bring you right now. this has happened once again. another amusement park accident. this time six young children badly shocked in connecticut. police say that the kids felt a tingling feeling as they were getting off the ride. well, as it turns out, they had to be taken to the hospital. one of them was burned on his hands. all the children are expected to be okay. authorities say that some sort of wiring underneath may have been a factor. well, this incident just the latest in a string of serious amusement park accidents over the summer. a 3-year-old boy is now fighting for his life after he fell from a wooden roller coaster in pennsylvania. and three young girls in
tennessee were injured after their ferris wheel basket flipped over. more breaking news to bring you, death threats and outrage escalated in milwaukee overnight. social media users fueling a hate-filled fire storm online, targeting the officer who shot and killed an armed man. police haven't released that officer's name yet, but many have leaked his name along with his picture. they put it online. one person writing, quote, they put this man's address on facebook. it's over. r.i.p., mr. officer. another one writing this -- quote, kill yourself. and then it gets worse from there. this is calls to release his body camera footage and testify. happening today, a rising star in the democrat party set to resign in disgraced pennsylvania attorney general kathleen cane will step down after leaking sealed legal documents to embarrass a rival prosecutor and then she lied to cover it up. she also tried to blame her staff for doing this, but the jury didn't buy it.
cane now faces 28 years in prison, but that sentence is not expected since she has no prior criminal record. and pokemon go is going to court. a michigan couple filing a class action lawsuit against nintendo claiming it is ruining their lives. the couple living across the street from a park designated a poke stop draws hundreds of people a day. they say players have been tramping all over their lawn and cursing at them and peering inside their windows. those are your headlines. >> he has a sign in his front yard that says get off my lawn. >> especially kids. >> it says get on my lawn. i don't want it to look good. >> you want it like wood stock then. >> that's exactly me. exactly. >> thank you, heather. 12 minutes after the hour. major security flaws exposed after panic after one of the country's busiest airports.
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a fox news alert now. big changes overnight for team trump. the gop nominee demoting his top guy and adding new members. so with 81 days until the election, is this too little too late or right on time? can donald trump turn his campaign around? it's been struggling. pollster and founder luntz says yes and he has five simple steps to doing it. >> i hurt myself. you have no idea. i'll be going to the hospital after this. can someone please send an ambulance? >> we'll do that. >> i told them, i'm the fastest person to a buffet. >> that's it. >> i can lift a turkey. i cannot do a pullup. number within. >> number one the tips. >> florida is the most important
state in the country. go from the tip to the top. go from miami all the way up to jacksonville. and then go to the panhandle as well. and don't just come in and out. spend the time in the state. three days, four days, stop after stop after stop so everyone in florida can see you. >> you have a friendly governor, you have to diversify your message. people in jacksonville want something different from people in miami. >> that is very sophisticated. i'm not sure trump is doing enough of that. donald trump comes out to revolution or whatever song he is playing. good opening. he really wants to be effective, he says he is their voice, let them speak first. give half a dozen people chance to tell him what's on their mind. would hillary clinton ever do that? never. that's how you prove he's their voice. number three, the focus isn't on anything else except for hillary clinton. it's not on "the new york times." it's not on the networks or the broadcasts or even the debates.
it's on hillary clinton. that should be his only focus. >> right or wrong to focus on her health? >> i think you focus on her hypocrisy, you focus on her foundation. you focus on her e-mails. you focus on the things where she said one thing one day and changed her mind. that's what you focus on. the words themselves, the things that she has said and the consequences to america and he hasn't done that. he's allowed himself to be distracted. and there's still two more. >> four. stay away from personal battles. >> yes, because he loses. i know he thinks he wins. you don't have to respond to every criticism. he could watch right now and think this segment is awful. don't respond to it. focus on hillary clinton. and number five, the debate prep has to start now. he's got in rudy giuliani, chris christie, newt gingrich some of the smartest most effective, policy minds in america today. they can teach him so much. you have to start now. >> right. you still even with 82 days left
the media will try to bury, read "the new york times, "-- >> doesn't matter. he can outtalk them, outcommunicate them. >> yesterday not only did he talk about law and order, he also talked about minorities. >> yes. the day before he was talking about his specifics with the war on terror. the week before about the economy, but he keeps stepping on his message. >> in the polling that we have, his change message beats clinton's progress message. his idea that the system is rigged beats her idea that we've come so far. let's go further. he is still a 7-3 favorite when it comes to the overarching messages. you ask me, why was he two points up and now he is eight points down? because of how he presents it. >> winning and losing is within his grasp that's what you're saying. >> exactly. >> the game still has to be played. frank luntz, thank you so much. >> it's a pleasure. straight ahead, hillary clinton's favorite new accessory is the stool.
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♪ welcome back. 24 minutes after the hour. some quick headlines trepding on social media this morning. the liberal film maker michael moore claims that donald trump never wanted to be president. it was all to gain leverage against nbc for a bigger tv deal. moore also predicted that donald trump would win the white house. and ever notice how much hillary clinton leans on stools? take a look at that right there. well the internet certainly did. social media now going crazy with the #hillary's stools.
one person writing the woman is so crooked she can't stand up at this point. then someone else tweeting this, hillary clinton isn't a standup person. wants to be president but doesn't have a leg to stand on. those are your social media trending headlines. head outside where you have some working out going on. hi, guys? >> hi, heather. thank you. >> the few and proud are looking to add a few more women to their ranks. u.s. marines are ramping up recruiting efforts to boost their female enrollment. what's marine training really like? >> let's get a look at it. we have major general paul kennedy. good morning to you. >> and first lieutenant caramela. good morning to both offyou. >> lieutenant, you are in charge of what? >> the officer selection for garden city, new york. training and mentoring applicants to become officers in the marine core. >> general, why the focus now on getting women? >> women have been present in combat zones for the last 14
years. the law of the land now says that women will be incorporated in all jobs. there are no jobs excluded. so, we're going to give them the best shot that we can to make them succeed if they come in as a marine. they want to go in combat arms, we'll give them those opportunities. >> what are you looking for when you go into these high schools and recruit the girls or the women? >> i'm looking for those applicants that want to be the best. we pride ourselves on being the best and those to succeed be greater than something that they never thought that they could. >> what about the fact that there are a lot of people out there who might be interested but they think, you know what i'm not in that good of shape. can you get people in shape? >> absolutely. >> so we have minimum standards. that's three mile run, 100 crunches -- >> you will work with them? >> we will work with them. >> here it is, three pullups, 44 crunches, 1 1/2 miles in 13:30 and 45 ammo can lifts.
>> what's the hardest one? >> the pullups. >> depending on how old you are. >> the pullups become more of a challenge the older you are. >> will you show us how to do some, how you learned. it's all about the momentum, right? >> it's all about strength. you have to have the strength and desire to pull yourself up. we mount the bar and we start from a hanging position. you have to lift your chin above the bar. >> that's all? >> how hard can that be? >> how did you gain the strength to do that? >> i'm going to dismount the bar. >> you just did three. >> there you go. >> how do you learn to do that? >> we train a lot of core exercises, functional fitness. we do things like ammo can lifts. we want a well-rounded officer in the marines. we do a little bit of everything to train for that one. >> we're glad. >> ainsley tried one a moment ago. you couldn't do one. brian, you want to try it? >> let's do it. >> i don't think i can hear anything anymore. but it's okay.
>> all right. >> he is a professional, ladies and gentlemen. >> whoa. brian is good. >> keep that chin above the bar. >> not bad. not bad. >> now we do this. >> ammo can lift. with the ammo can lift, you want to make sure when you raise it up, the handle is out so it doesn't catch your chin. put it below your chin -- below your chin and you want to come all the way up, extending the arms all the way out and below the chin. >> below the chin. >> is it really heavy? >> no. >> you got it. >> fantastic. >> you can put down my coat. >> interested in becoming a marine, how do they do that? >> officer selection garden city new york or manhattan office new york city. >> or then again all across the country. >> go to marinecorp.com you'll find ut. >> how big is this?
>> 35 pounds. >> thank you so much for serving our country. >> thank you for your support. >> thank you, major general. >> thank you for your service. >> round of applause to the marines. [ cheers and applause ]. >> thanks what you do on a daily basis. coming up the video that will leave you on the edge of your seat. >> look at that. plus, hillary clinton may be leading the polls, but ask voters unanimously and the results are much different? why are some voters ashamed they support trump? we asked dr. keith ablow. ♪ hey, honey? yes, dear? you're washing that baked-on alfredo by hand,right? yes, dear.
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law and order must be restored. [ cheers and applause ]. >> to every voter in milwaukee, to every voter living in the inner city or every forgotten stretch of our society, i'm running to offer you a much better future, a much better job. the other party, the democratic party, nominated the personification of special interest corruption. we reject the bigotry of hillary clinton which panders to and talks down to communities of color and sees them only as votes. that's all they care about, not as individual human beings worthy of a better future. >> that was donald trump
speaking late last night near milwaukee where rioters or riots have been the headline there. he slammed hillary for creating the climate for that, but polls show she is still ahead by seven points. >> okay. however, when people are polled unanimously, the results are very different, as this one shows trump in the lead by nearly 30 points. this according to the zip app. are voters just too ashamed to admit how they really feel? here to weigh in psychiatrist dr. keith ablow. dr. keith, good morning to you. is that what the problem is? >> good morning. >> when somebody from one of the polling services calls you on the phone and says, who do you like, hillary or trump, people think that -- i say trump they're going to judge so they just go to the hillary answer? >> you know, i think that that could be what's happening. it's a very viable possibility. we won't know until election day, but the bottom line is it's not that they're ashamed, it's that they're savvy in this
sense. people don't want to expose themselves to harassment, to violence. if you put -- i can't tell you the number of people who said to me, i would put a trump sticker on my car or on my truck or my suv, but i can't do that. my car will be keyed. i'm supporting the guy, so is my whole family and everybody i know, but i don't want my car destroyed. is that a failure of courage to an extent? i guess, a little bit. but it's also kind of wise in the sense that, listen, you express yourself in the voting booth. in the privacy of that domain, it could be that all the pollsters are proven wrong because the greatest thing in the world is the truth. it still is. people resonate with the fact that this is a guy that's willing to tell the truth, politically incorrect, sometimes inelegantly. but you know what, the truth always wins in psychiatry and it should be in politics and in life. >> would you say that that is more of a case with trump than
romney, dole, mccain or bush? >> sure. because those guys -- listen, you named some very esteemed leaders, but in terms of their raw ability to simply and unadulterated way tell the truth. this is unprecedented. we have a guy who stands up on podiums and says, sure, i've had businesses go out of business. what entrepreneur has not had businesses go bankrupt? you can't be an entrepreneur and say you have .100 batting average you're a liar. we never had anything like that. people when they receive that kind of gut level truth, they deal with it in the ballot box what they would do with it in the confessional. they take their own counsel. >> what does that tell you about the culture of our society now that we're too afraid to actually talk about this election or put bumper stickers on our car because we're fearful our car will get keyed or the guy in stanton island who put
the big tee in front of his yard and they tore it down to put a bigger one up. they didn't care. people are fearful. >> why don't i share some of my voice mails with you from going on fox news and expressing conservative ideology. people with death threats. people yelling obscenities. look at the irs targeting conservatives. we learned that trump is the sooen of this when you say that you support someone who is out there like trump, you align yourself with him. he is heroic. i mean, he is willing to take a huge risk to express himself and there's a little risk for those who fall in line behind him, but not in the voting booth. there's no risk there. >> well, we'll know on november 9th. dr. keith ablow. >> god willing it will be president trump. >> so you already know you're voting for. >> yes, and i hope everybody else does, too. >> poor jill stine, i think she was counting on it.
>> i think she had ablow. >> take care. >> let's hand it over to heather for headlines. >> good morning. good morning to all of you. major security flaws now exposed after panic at one of the country's busiest airports. watch this. terrifying. >> get down! get down! >> everybody down! show me your hands! >> that at jfk airport. so here is what happened. rumors of an active shooter at that airport in new york city forcing two terminals into total chaos on sunday. it turned out to be a false alarm, but responding nypd officers now say that that incident exposes serious problems with security and also response times had it really been a terror attack. officials admit there was not good enough communication taking place with the passengers there. do you remember the guy who defended islamic extremism? you've seen him here on the fox news channel. watch that. >> you support the death penalty
because she had a cartoon contest? >> this woman was to draw cartoons or have people draw cartoons to insult the prophet. >> she should be put before a sharia court and tried. >> she is not a muslim. she is not a muslim. she doesn't believe what you believe. >> this man is a radical preacher. he lives in the uk. his name is angen and he is finally behind bars after avoiding charges for two decades in london. he is accused of signing an online pledge to support isis. his ban radical group now has ties to 15 different terror plots. he is now facing ten years in prison. absolutely heart stopping video to show you right now. speeding out of the control smemt truck completely crushing a car before it tips over sideways and smashs it flat. you can see the smoke of the flames pouring out of that car. it happened in china. couple int
but amazingly they are otherwise k3 expected to be okay. those are your headlines. >> oh, man. >> that's a tough one to watch. >> it is. it doesn't matter if somebody blew the stop sign or stoplight because that happened any way. >> right, right. >> thanks. >> you edited all that video? >> i did. >> i never like to bother you in the morning. we have a fox news alert to talk about this morning. there's a raging wild fair in southern california. pictures right now east of l.a. 82,000 people have been forced out of their houses. >> the flames are so fierce. they've earned this large cross. the dramatic video hard to watch. kttvs mario ramirez is on the ground with the very latest out in california where it is 5:40 in the morning. mario? >> reporter: yes, good morning to you. it is going to be a tough morning for firefighters here. zero% contained. a lot of people in the area hoping that firefighters can get a handle on this some time
today. in the meantime, i want to show you some of the damage out here. this fire ripping through this residential area. you can see the flames still going. burned out car here. this is just off the 138 and hess road. we want to take you to some footage now shot overnight. we've seen a lot of activity along the 15 just north of highway 138. flames shooting across the northbound lanes. by the way, the 15 a big route from southern california to las vegas shut down. a lot of people concerned about that. so this fire started yesterday and it was fed by winds ranging from 15 to 25 miles per hour. some gusts reaching up to 45 miles per hour. now the temperature here in the san bernardino mountains during the afternoon 107 degrees. imagine what that does to firefighters trying to put this out. more than 700 of them and other emergency workers have been battling this since early tuesday. we know governor jerry brown declared a state of emergency in san bernardino county and the weather service, national
weather service issuing a red flag warning because of the weather conditions. that's the very latest on the blue cut fire from here in the west ka hone valley, i'm marrow ramirez. back to you in the studio. >> thank you very much. meanwhile straight ahead, 18 minutes before the top of the hour, just call her precedent clinton. >> i often feel like there's the hillary standard and then there's the standard for everybody else. and for whatever reasons -- i don't want to try to analyze the reasons, i see it. i understand it. >> the hillary standard. the hillary precedent. well now accused criminals are asking to be held to the hillary standard as well. we're going to tell you about that. then, degeneres facing storm of criticism over this tweet and tweet with olympic superstar usain bolt. can you tell why? ♪ ♪ come on and take a free ride allergies distracting you?
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run to unseat massachusetts senator elizabeth warren in 2017. he calls her, quote, a nightmare. espn fired curt schilling after he posted his conservative viewpoints on social media. the network called them, quote, offensive. i often feel like there's the hillary standard and then there's the standard for everybody else. for whatever reasons -- i don't want to try to analyze the reasons. i see it. i understand it. >> there you have hillary clinton claiming a so-called hillary standard exists to describe her opponent's attacks on her, but now julian assange from wikileaks is using her words against him. the wikileaks founder is asking the department of justice to drop its six-year long investigation into his site. his argument, if hillary clinton gets a pass, shouldn't wikileaks? let's talk to jay christian adams. he makes a good point. you know, the fbi guy comey said
she broke the law but she didn't intend to. shouldn't that work for wi key leaks? >> hillary will occasionally tell the truth like a stuck clock twice a day. and there is a different hillary standard. that's why she wasn't prosecuted. look, steve, here is the problem. when you have hillary getting off like she did because of who she is, of course you're going to have defendants raise this as a defense. >> right. >> it might not be a legal defense, but it might persuade a judge that he should extend some sympathy to the defendants. >> of course. famously many time general petraeus's name was used. he got in big trouble, she skated. now there's a guy who stands to be in jail for six years because he took six snapshots didn't share with anybody to show the sub he worked on. his attorney wants probation and sounds like the navy is going for jail time. >> yeah. he worked on a submarine, top
secret equipment and he is going to use this as a defense also. the problem is with this administration, we've seen it from the beginning, that they use the law to help their friends and hurt their enemies. when you look at the election, steve, democrats don't get prosecuted for election crimes. the justice department won't bring charges against many, many people who are caught committing voter fraud. when it comes to a conservative who gave money the wrong way, he gets prosecuted. that's what a lawless regime looks like. that's what the age of obama. and that's why we see more of this happening. >> this is a fox news alert, jay christian adams. are you saying there's a double standard out there? >> well, hillary calls it the hillary standard but she means something else. yes, there's a double standard. this administration treats their friends differently than their enemies. they've been doing it from the very beginning in case after case after case.
and that's a corrupt regime. >> laws are for the little people to kind of para phrase leona helmsly. >> or the little people who support them they don't prosecute them. >> there you go jay christian adams former department of justice official. thank you very much, sir. >> thanks steve. are you ready to do some back to school shopping? how about saving some cash. that backpack and ipad holder ainsley is wearing normally costs you 200 bucks. today you can get it 78% off. up next megamorning deals you won't see anywhere else. but first, let's go upstairs and find out what martha has cooking for the top of the hour. >> hi there, steve. good morning to you. well, there's a major shakeup under way in the trump campaign as the candidate signals he wants to let trump be trump. no holds barred. what's that going to look like? we will get some analysis and break all that down for you. and if african-americans been, quote, failed and betrayed by their leadership? a big challenge to old ideas as we get ready for another day
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don't forget to watch hannity tonight at 10:00 p.m. he'll have a town hall tonight. we'll talk about it tomorrow. i'll show you more behind the scenes stuff. >> another exclusive. >> more of this back to school stuff. run to the radio. we'll start shortly. bill: an inferno tearing across southern california. an hour east of l.a. san bernardino county. 82,000 people told to get out as the fire spread. donald trump make a new call for law and order in milwaukee after the fatal police shooting of an armed black suspect by a black officer. busy wednesday already. i'm bill hemmer. welcome