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good morning, everyone. this is saturday, august 27th, 2016. i'm sandra smith. the records that could prove pay to play took place between the state department and the clinton foundation. now delayed until after the election. as one clinton supporter admits, that foundation isn't what it seems. >> there is a real creepy vibe to me personally at the clinton global initiative. there's this kind of creepy cedar that happens, creating the see der of doing good. with you all about doing something else. it's really gross. >> the insider about what's going on inside closed doors. >> donald trump may be
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softening his stance on immigration. what that might mean for the big beautiful wall and his most loyal base. >> and do you know how it's pronounced? this? is it croissant? not the only word you have been saying wrong your entire life. 10 words americans cannot pronounce. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> it's amazing on this show. you never know what you are going to see. this morning cracker barrel has set up an old country store out on our plaza. i showed up and they had rocking shares. >> i walked inside and it's a bona fide cracker barrel out on the plaza. >> operation home fronts. we will be talking about that this morning. >> it really looks just like inside the restaurant. >> and you can name a better breakfast anywhere?
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>> no. i'm a northerner so i don't have as much with cracker barrel. >> it's amazing. >> pete hegseth setting in this morning for tucker. sandra, nice to see you this morning. >> clayton. we were just talking the summer is going back way too fast. >> back-to-school gadgets coming up but first we have. this my kids going back to school monday. anyway, the state department coming to hillary clinton's rescue once again. now claiming it won't court ordered scheduled email release until after election day. garrett tenney is in washington, d.c. with more on this unseemly timely development. >> pete, sandra, and clayton, this could be great news for the clinton campaign. just this week we learned when the a.p. annualized the first half of hillary clinton's minute-by-minute term of hillary clinton's secretary of state which has
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already been released, more than half of the people she met or spoke with outside the government had given money to the clinton foundation for a total of $155 million. as things currently stand, we won't know if that holds true for the second half of her term at the state department until after the election. and just weeks before the next president is inaugurated. back in january after the a.p. filed a lawsuit against the state department, a u.s. district judge ordered the state department to begin releasing batches from detailed schedules from her time as secretary of state. at the time the order was for the state department to release 600 pages a month because the state department said they didn't know how many pages were left. yesterday they told them there were about 2700 pages left. meaning, under the current schedule we can expect to see those around december 30th. it is possible that the judge could order state to speed things up which is something the a.p.'s lawyers have formally requested. they are asking for
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everything to be released by october 15th. as of now, there are no indications that that will happen. >> thank you. >> why this is so important, obviously, is because of what the a.p. was already able to uncover because of some of the calendars they had access. who was able to buy access. who was able to meet with clinton while she was secretary of state who also had donated money to the clinton foundation. >> that a.p. report revealing that more than half the people outside the government who met or spoke with her by telephone while she was secretary of state had given money either personally or through companies or groups to the clinton foundation. that's why if the rest isn't going to be released before the election how big of an impact. >> the judge has mentioned there is mounting frustration that this -- there could be dragging of feet on this. ultimately you want to know what's happening minute by minute. especially whether it's benghazi or the pay to play scandal. who is she talking to? as you said half of the people she is meeting with outside of official channels
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are someone who donated to the foundation. >> why december 30th? everyone is out drinking new year's eve time. release the documents at that time instead of before the election? come on. we are getting a look inside the clinton foundation. if you have listened to the slate political gab fest. it's a podcast. it's good. davidson was a contributing writer for the new yorker. he was insider. he worked with the clinton foundation. he was there. he saw what happened at the clinton global initiative, big event where all those rich people come and rub elbows. the big economic forum. he said it's creepy. listen to how he describes the clinton global initiative. listen. >> i have spent a decent amount of time at the clinton global initiative. i fell into this thing which what i'm about to say is going to mean i will fall out of this thing. there is a real creepy vibe to me personally at the clinton initiative. it seems, to me, that it is all about buying access.
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there is this kind of creepy theater that happens where you have the ceo of coca cola or ibm or whatever or ge up there with president clinton they are bathing each other in love how generous and loving they are. it feels like the worst version of an elite selling access to the aspirational creating this theater of doing good but it's all about something else. it really feels gross. >> the best part about this. listen to the whole clip it feels gross, creepy, and he goes on to say but i can't wait for vote for hillary clinton and i wish i could move to ohio so that my vote mattered more. >> the alternative to him is donald trump, of course. you know what? yeah, this is a little creepy. what stood out to me is the charity work they have talked about. it's not been effective. what are you donating money for. where is all this money for. he highlights haiti one area they did some good work. it's such a small narrow
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focus there that it could have a little bit of a broad impact but even haiti didn't have much of an impact. >> for him to go on to say it seems to me that it is all about buying access and to your point to go out and say that he is still going to vote for hillary clinton. it's unbelievable revelation. >> have angelina jolie and other celebrities parade around the room to impact with voters very little impact towards the causes they were supporting supposedly. >> much has been made about the health of the candidates. hillary clinton's health and donald trump. >> how are you feeling, clayton? >> i have let myself go so i wouldn't be president of anything. nbc has spent almost zero time covering hillary clinton's health. of course. >> almost zero or literally zero. >> literally zero. look at this. this is hillary clinton's time monday on nbc, zero all the way through the week. zero minutes of coverage for hillary clinton's health coverage. >> wow. >> theres with a lot of conversation about that, some speculation. you could at least cover the
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speculation that, hey, what is her health and how is it going? but donald trump's doctor, remember back in december he released this kind of funny letter, had a bunch of typos and grammar questions and saying that donald trump, there he is doctor the gas astro enter rolling gist is he going to be the specimen like superman. is he going to be the healthiest human being to ever sit in the white house. >> they have launched an investigation. visa versa, donald trump has gone after hillary clinton and her health. said that she is lacking stamina to be the president. >> now this letter has come back into the fray over the past week that he wrote and released back in december. >> so nbc is now covering this letter, which he wrote quickly in order to cover donald trump's health and they are covering the fact that a limousine came to pick up the letter and deliver it. >> donald trump waited outside his office and nbc is treating this as like breaking news. >> this is breaking news in light of the fact that we do have new revelations or new speculation about hillary clinton's health. >> they get this sitdown, exclusive with donald trump's doctor.
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you have to listen to this. >> his health is excellent particularly his mental health. i think his brain is turned on 24 hours a day. >> so if you read the headlines from nbc news. trump's doctor wrote this letter in 20 minutes and it was delivered to donald trump in a limo waiting outside. >> another part of the way they dissected the doctor is that he uses windows xp. you know more about operating systems than i do. apparently that's outdated and he is an outdated doctor because he uses windows xp on his computer. >> wow, that says so much. >> i think my parents use windows xp on their machine. they are not upgrading. >> we don't need upgrade on a lot of the systems in our body to understand them? >> rightment exactly. we need to know what operating system is he using. >> five minutes, could have
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taken 15. let us know what you think about all of this by the way. log onto the facebook twitter. send us your thoughts. a lot going on. now to your headlines this morning. we begin with a fox news alert. a man is under arrest charged in the brutal murders of two catholic nuns. police say 46-year-old rodney sanders viciously stabbed sister margaret held and paula merrill in heir home before stealing their car. he faces two counts of capital murder. the women had worked as nurse practitioners in a clip nic for the poor for the past 30 years. a wake for the sisters will be held tomorrow followed by a memorial mass on monday. tragedy surrounding the family of one of the nba's biggest stars this morning, the cousin, dwyane wade shot and killed in chicago while pushing a baby stroller. aldridge caught in the crossfire outside an elementary school by two men who were targeting someone else. so far no suspects are in custody. the baby in the stroller
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wade tweeting my cousin was killed today in chicago. another act of senseless gun violence. four kids lost their mom for no reason. unreal. #enough is enough. it looks like we have achieved clarity with russia sort of. john kerry says he and his russian counterpart have finally agreed on steps to reinstate a cease-fire. but they still have a lot of details to work out. kerry has warned that a political solution is the only thing that can end syrians five year civil war. pete hegseth on that one. here is an example on how not to handle an animal running into a highway. a woman bringing traffic to a halt while trying to save a cat. watch this, she stops and gets out of her car smack dab in the middle of the busy houston toll road trying to chase down the stray cat while completely owe bolivia i can't tell to
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the those around her. workers stepped in to help capture that kitty. >> the name of that woman janice dean. [ laughter ] >> she would go to great lengths to save a cat. >> she is an animal lover and she would go out and save cats in the middle of a houston highway. >> of course i would. for now i'm lounging in one of these cracker barrel beautiful chase lounges here. we this is a beautiful set. we have comfort food from cracker barrel. we have live entertainment from our band cam. this is quite the set setup. you have to come see us. everyone has to come down and see this. it's amazing. we are going to be eating and drinking and dancing. we will be doing some weather. it is a beautiful day in the neighborhood right here in new york city. 73 degrees, a nice little breeze here as the sun comes up. 68 in chicago. 64 in minneapolis. a much cooler air mass across the great lakes and the upper midwest. we are looking for the chance of some severe storms across the great lakes and
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the upper midwest today. maybe some large hail, damaging winds. we had a tornado outbreak this past week so we'll be watching that very carefully. we are also watching the tropics. i'm sure you have heard about this low pressure system we are watching right now. not really getting its act together, which is good news, but we're still going to monitor it as we head into the early part of next week as it perhaps gets into the gulf of mexico but conditions are not quite favorable for development, which is great news. i am going to sit back here and relax at the cracker barrel set. >> look at us. >> i have never been more relaxed in my life. en. >> thanks, janice. >> enjoy. >> that looks like she is at a cracker barrel. >> all right. coming up here on the show this week. it sure sounded like donald trump might be softening his stance on immigration. is he making a mistake that could cost him some of his die hard supporters? is he starting to sound more like obama's immigration policy? what are the polls saying this morning? we will get to that next. >> okay, teenagers, what happens when your dad finds
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joining me now director of polling at the cato institute. good morning? >> we are seeing him soften, as he said. >> that was his word, yes.
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>> on illegal immigration by saying he no longer supports the mass deportation of illegal immigrants in this country which he said last year and got him a lot of support, many of his core supporters including ann coulter, for instance, right now. i think this is a big risk that he is taking because, statistical models of public opinion polling data show that immigration attitudes by far are the strongest driver of his core supporters. is he taking a big risk. >> naturally, i'm wondering why. why did he make this move this week so close to the election? >> so i have been thinking a lot about this. i have been looking through the polling data. i actually think this strategy might be brilliant. >> you just said he took this huge risk but go ahead. >> let me explain. here's why. if you look at his core set of supporters. it's true, they care more about mass deportation of immigrants than regular republicans that didn't vote for trump in the primaries let alone regular american voters who largely favor
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legal status for illegal immigrants. what do they really care about? it's not just mass deportation. they care a lot about the wall. the wall along the border with mexico. i think we -- >> and we have the poll for that building a wall along the border among trump supporters, 79% favor building that wall, just 18% oppose it. >> yes. you know, one trump supporter even put it like this. she said, look, as long as we build the wall, that's the most important thing. >> and every time he talks about his stance on deportations he reiterates we're building that wall. >> big, beautiful wall. >> so let's talk about where he stands and where all the candidates stand as far as latino voter preference. right now you are looking at clinton with 59% of the preference. trump just 17%. so close to the election, trump looks like he still has a lot of work to do. can he turn these numbers around? >> do you notice how third party candidate gary johnson has almost the same amount
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of support among hispanic voters. pretty amazing is he a third party candidate rather than a major party candidate. donald trump is doing very poorly among hispanics. his favorability ratings are abysmal and declining. latest poll had him at 15% favorable. this latest move to soften on immigration, is he not really going to pick up many hispanic investigators. that's not even his goal. i think his goal is really to try to pick up those suburban, white, college educated voters who largely favor legal status. and he has been having a lot of trouble really securing their support. >> hillary clinton and the democrats really seem to be seizing on his softening stance and making it look more like a flip flop. thank you for clearing up exactly what that was this morning. emily ekins, thank you for joining us. good to have you. >> thank you. >> black lives matter not really known as a peaceful movement, is that movement just misunderstood? it depends on how ask. the debate is next. hillary clinton celebrates national dog day by tweeting
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that's why we want to make sure you won't have to wait on hold. and you won't have to guess when we'll turn up. because after all we should fit into your life. not the other way around. a quick look at headlines, the phoenix v.a. will soon have its sixth boss in less than three years. the embattled veterans clinic has been trying to rebuild after a series of whistle blowers have come forward, exposing deadly wait times. while conditions have not improved under the current boss debra amder who is stepping down after just eight months. and a roller coaster nearly toppling over as six children are still trapped
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inside. more than a dozen fair goers rushing to the scene to hold the ride up. >> wow. a track malfunction is being blamed for the accident at the georgia fair. the ride has been torn down, thankfully, no one was hurt sandra, clayton? >> all right. thank you very much. a bombshell report shows 85 of 154 people who were able to meet with hillary clinton while she was the secretary of state had donated big sums of money to her family charity. >> yet, the fact wasn't widely covered. and our next guest hit college campuses to ask college students if it were donald trump's foundation under fire, trump university or something like that would the media coverage be any different? >> if the roles were reversed and it was the trump foundation and there are always shady dealings going on, everybody would know about it? >> absolutely. >> if the roles were
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reversed, they would be making a bigger deal out of the trump foundation receiving money than they did the clinton foundation. i feel like a lot of that was slipped under the rug. >> do you think he has a point that there may be unfair media coverage. >> yeah. it sounds like you have a point. >> phillips is a contributor to campus reform.com. nice to see you this morning. >> >> it seemed like the students didn't disagree with you. read the "new york times," company isn't itly talking about trump's dealings, casinos and everything else. right? >> for all this talk of young people not paying attention to politics. even if they are not fully intune with things. they know, they can see. they can pick up on the fact when the media and mainstream media is not giving them a fair shakedown of things. talk of male privilege, straight privilege. we should have hillary privilege where we talk about the fact that hillary gets personal treatment these young people saw that and if roles were reversed reved it would be a completely
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different conversation. >> frustrating many of them are being told who to vote for. donald trump still struggles to get their vote, what could he do to win them over, especially those still undecided? >> you touched on a completely true point with young people with leadership and students on campuses talking to young people. they are always saying we don't like the man telling us who to support forcing their opinions on us. i think that's what's happening here. if donald trump wants to gain the support of young people he needs to do what he did this week talk about policies. a lot of time spent talking to donald trump on his policy. >> most of them bernie supporters, right? bernie had the young vote. and are they just saying, look, i'm just not going to voted for hillary at all or trump, i'm going to sleep in that morning in my dorm room. >> they may feel god for them to say that right now i'm not going to vote at all. when it comes down to it nice banter, entertaining to see all that back and forth. when it comes down to it
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none that is not going to help them get a job and help their careers there is a window for donald trump to come in and be serious and put substantive issues forward. >> let me go back to what was a huge week in that piece in the "new york times" media critic wrote that journalists who personally oppose trump had an obligation to throw out the textbook when it came to coverage of him. i mean, this is the kind of stuff that's being thrown in their face right now. >> absolutely. and the way that hillary treats the media, you know, she puts the pangs of her events. show hasn't held a press conference in 266 days. do you think they would be upset with her? no. >> who largely are they voting for? >> exactly. they do her job for her which is just astounding to see the way they treat her. >> cabot phillips, great to see you this morning. >> thanks for having me on. >> thank you. >> president obama gets sued by illegal immigrant apparently unhappy with the conditions on the border. >> then, remember when somebody at the state department edited a fox news question out of the official video? well, this morning, that scandal just got even
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bigger. details next. >> and while you were sleeping, cracker barrel built a whole store right here on our plaza on 48th street. and believe it or not, they could be coming to your house next. >> janice is enjoying it. >> we'll explain. ♪ ♪ technology.
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♪ i, i'm hooked on a feeling >> hillary clinton celebrating national dog day by tweeting this picture, a picture of bill? >> wonderful. people on twitter went wild is bill in the dog house again? maybe. the dog -- >> the dogs are beautiful. >> earlier in the show we talked about certain words that americans can't pronounce like this. whatever this is. is this a croissant? a new study out this morning and it has a list of a number of words that americans cannot pronounce. so, it's a little scary, because you are going to put us to the test here. >> you are talking smack about what you can and cannot pronounce. we had high speed producers put together a couple of words. >> we didn't know this was going on. >> so play along at home if you want. and sandra was doing smack
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talk. >> you won a spelling bee. i think that was 3rd grade. >> right now, what are is this word? >> hyperbole. >> is it hyperbowly? >> mismisshypermismischievous.>? >> sur bet. it's sure bay. >> what do you have here? >> expresso. be. >> i would say express-o. >> see, that's how americans pronounce it. >> i drink expresso every morning. >> everybody says cache.
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>> cachet would have an accented goo. >> email us if you know what a goo is. sandra unbelievable. what do we have here? >> that's niche. >> i would say niche. >> that goes to mr. morris. >> i like this one lamb bass. >> >> almos lambaste? >> location, location. >> wooster. >> no it's worcestier.
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>> that is what i'm here to do is play tricky. >> >> croissant. >> this is important. sorry, sorry. >> how else do people say croissant? pronounce the t. >> i think if you say it that way in america you will get punched in the kneecap. >> can i have coffee and a croissant? get out of zero how does one pronounce. >> that's awesome. >> huh? >> seriously. >> most americans sandra. say that from philly is it sondra? >> it is sandra. >> sandra says sandra but it is -- >> -- no. not spelled with aan o. >> we are so privileged to be here with sandra smith all morning.
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>> janice. >> sandra is eating croissants at the cracker barrel store today. >> yes, she is. >> i love the phonetic. who did the beautiful cards with the phonetics at the back. >> i made them. i was printing them out at 4:00 this morning, sandra. >> that's what i figured. son dra -- sandra. >> are you going to come out and enjoy the set with me? >> we are. i got my rocking chair and getting all set for some day enjoying the sun set on the set here on "fox & friends weekend." woe are going to play some checkers. we have got, i mean, home cooked meals here. got mac and cheese and meat loaf and all sorts of bread products which i love and pies and cake and beverages and i know we have got to get to the weather. this set is amazing. spectacular, thank you to the crew who put this together. let'slike at the weather
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because here in new york city it is a gorgeous day. 73 is the daytime high right now. satellite, radar imagery you are going to see the potential of severe storms potentially across the upper midwest and the great lakes again today, so i want to make sure people are warned in advance. a slide risk today for hail, winds, and some isolated tornadoes across this region with a slight risk here. especially for the chicago area later on this afternoon and tonight. also watching this area of low pressure. i know you have heard a lot of people talking about this. it is the tropics, and we are getting into peak season for hurricanes. we're going to be watching this very carefully even though it's not a named system yet as it creeps into the gulf of mexico, conditions might become more favorable next week for development. okay. back inside. you guys have to come join me, sandra and clayton and pete. >> can i quote a french teacher just tweeted me, way to nail the ache sen at a goo the french teacher was proud. >> very nice.
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>> french teacher, stop kissing up. >> she nailed the authentic go displb headlines, new harrowing accounts are surfacing as a isis hostage. others coming forward saying the american service worker was tortured, verbally abused and raped. despite the horrors a daily freelance photographer says she defended her christian faith even to executioner jihadi john. >> oh she has been held all by herself and she is much stronger than you guys and much smarter. she converted into islam. and then -- >> she was held captive for isis operatives for more than a year and a half before she was killed. the obama administration under fire by an immigrant. an honduran woman filing a
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lawsuit claiming her and her 7-year-old child were mistreated while being held in a family detention center for more than four months. sonny alvaro said they feared for their lives in honduras only to be held in the u.s. and be separated from the boy's father and be held in harsh facilities in texas. she claims they were denied food and even medication for their young boy. well, questions still lingering over how a crucial 8 minutes of a video from a state department briefing was edited and deleted. this even as we learn that the department actually conducted not one but two probes into the coverup of secret talks between the u.s. and iran. details of this second investigation led by his top internal auditor coming just a week after the department announced they couldn't determine if that portion of the tape was deleted on purpose. and those are your headlines on this saturday morning. i'm going it toss it outside to clayton and pete. what's going on out there
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and janice dean? >> thanks, san draft cracker barrel is here all morning long and when we heard they were coming we asked them to bring their delicious home style foods. here with a sampling of what they have to offer at their stores all over the country, pam smith, culinary nutritionist with cracker barrel old country. great to see you. >> welcome to cracker barrel. >> love the cracker barrel here in manhattan. tell us what you have got for us. >> well, we have got a taste of home. we're here to celebrate operation home front. we are here to take rockefeller center by storm as we talk about at rockefeller. we have to have the food. just as you said when people think of cracker barrel they think of the delicious food. authentic southern ingredients. it starts even before you go. in it starts at the porch. >> got to put a fork in it. >> i'm glad you were able to join, too. that's awesome. >> i thought you were the lucky one. >> taste of people's homes you actually bring into
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people's homes. >> no, no. when people come to dine with us. >> they feel like they're home. >> it starts with that southern hospitality. when you come in you feel like you are at momma's house. we have got everything from business cuts, corn muffins. >> any time my kids go there can we get another basket of business cuts. >> a lot i biscuits? >> you get individual, fancy fixens, meat plus 3 or country dinner plate. meat loaf so delicious. as a matter of fact, we have got some if you all would like to taste it janice, dig. in. >> i know you are just looking at the mac and cheese. i know. >> meat loaf for breakfast. >> pet games. >> the kids love playing the peg games and sitting in the rocking chairs and playing
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checkers. tell us what we're talking about next hour. >> we will have an opportunity to meet operation home front, learn about the mission, to learn about the partnership with cracker barrel and how you can get involved and help our heroes and enjoy good food along the way. >> amazing mission to help military families. >> absolutely. >> don't forget any time you are going in, you are taking a look at that rocker, but some of those rockers are on those military families porches. >> buy one, gift one. >> thank you for coming today. >> so glad. try that double fudge cake, too. >> coming up, we love cracker barrel iconic rocking chairs. we will show you how they can help our heroes. we will find out next hour how to check on that. >> meantime we are going to eat. >> absolutely eat and enjoy. >> back in to you. >> i have never seen pete deny any food that's in front of him. that's for sure.
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former berkeley black militant susan mason weaver. may have been, let me start with you. is this movement just misunderstood? >> no. we understand exactly what happen black lies matter is all about. everything they talk about
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is basically saying that black people are inferior to white people and every problem white people have -- i mean black people have requires white people to do something. education, if black lives matter really, really concerned with w. black people, they will be protesting black liberal controlled schools that turn out uneducated unliberated black people. it is simply a design to gather more support for their control of the black peter. >> lisa, is a design to gather more support for this? >> well, well, well, i'm back again a short week later reiterating what i said last week. i admitted to you and told you last week on "fox & friends" that black lives matter is a new organization just like the naacp was 50 years ago and they were laser focused back then on voter registration but, of course, the naacp moved out of that into bigger things and bigger issues. black lives matter are doing the same thing. we see their laser focus of obviously protesting against
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police brutality is to growing more education for african-americans and based on equality. now, last week my back got kicked in. so this week you guys have been proven wrong. they have been misunderstood. i will just wait for the apology. i'm waiting. >> mason, ready for an apology here? what about lisa's point that black lives matter movement is really like a chri shed ago n and spreading into a new butterfly? do you believe that argument. >> lisa is all the rhetoric and all the noise. black people are victims of black people. black people need to stop making baby daddies. we need to stand up. we have. >> are you saying black man. >> the reason she is being quiet noisy and loud. >> i never see jesus. >> making a point. that's why she is being loud right now.
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she knows i'm making a point. >> i'm not because i'm just a bomb like that not because i'm wrong. >> on tv with a black woman supporting liberal causes destroying the black community. i'm embarrassed to be in front of her. >> this is why. >> support liberalism. >> this is why you are in st. louis today. >> black lives matter. black lives matter is an ideological and political organization that is here to make sure that black people are not systematically. >> corrupt, self-- >> battered, abused and murdered. as you can see, it's not just physical murder. the murder of a people. they are looking to just expand beyond education and other issues. >> we have to got to end it there. [talking over each other] >> just loud, you are just loud. >> mason, we have got to end it there. thank you so much. maybe you will get that apology next week. >> thank you. >> thank you. coming up here on the show. do you buy things like
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while major savings on major household items sounds too good to be true. while it seems amazon savings program may cost you more than it's worth. how to make sure you won't fall victim to wild price hikes. here to break it down is our own kurt the cyber guy. what do we know about amazon, this service? >> good morning to you, we all think we are saving money when we go online and really smart about shopping many and think you have the best price on amazon.
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suddenly they say to you if you just buy this on a regular basis, if you sign up and subscribe to get this on a frequent basis, we'll drop the price 5%, even 15% and if you have five or more items. >> lock it n a price and get that price. >> it may for example on this folger's coffee it may be $6.46 in june for one of them. if we signed up it would be less, right? >> of course. >> here is the only issue that's going on. so, this morning, what we're talking about is that in the fine print at amazon, they don't tell you when you are signing up that those prices fluctuate. those can just end up. >> they won't necessarily go down. >> the price you signed up for. what happens when we do this? we go shopping again in august, price changes $12.50 for the same. >> that better be gold in that canister. >> how about napkins. test out vanity fair napkins. price then.
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good morning, everybody. this is saturday, august 27th, 2016. i'm sandra smith, and the guys are already making me crack up this morning. they are the records that could prove that hillary clinton allowed pay to play at the state department. guess what, you won't see them until after the election. what are they hiding? all right? >> plus, tim kaine says donald trump is a racist and he's got proof. >> he has supporters like david duke connected with the ku klux klan going around saying donald trump is their candidate because donald trump is pushing their values. >> that's mr. cain. so how is he going to react when he finds out, well, one
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of those supporters just endorsed his candidate, hillary clinton? >> are you sick of slow drivers blocking the fast lane? always. well, never again, because the government has a plan a new regulation on gas pedals. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ sweet home alabama. >> i'm just marveling at the university of pittsburgh apparel. >> pittsburgh gear. >> that's where i went to school. university of pittsburgh at the cracker barrel country store. >> wow, look at that. >> i'm a pick rat. >> they just changed their logo back to the 1970s style. and if you go into a cracker barrel, that's the great thing about cracker barrel locally when you go in, they have like local stuff in your local town. >> not every local cracker barrel will have janice dean sampling.
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>> like vanna whiting everything. >> cracker barrel built a store outside and talking about operation home front which helps our heroes all across this country. i will tell that you a little bit later. >> you forget for a second when you stand outside on the plaza that you are standing in the middle of new york city. >> there is no roof but there is rocking chairs. >> woe have a lot to get to this morning. the state department coming to hillary clinton's rescue once again now claiming it won't complete the court ordered release of her schedule until after election day. >> that's right, sandra. garrett tenney is in washington, d.c. with more on this seemingly, timely development. it's kind of interesting. good morning, garrett. >> hey, good morning, y'all, this all goes back to allegations to pay to play culture during hillary clinton's tenure as secretary of state. so far the state department has released about half of clinton's daily minute-by-minute term earlier this woke when the associated press annualized those documents it found that more than half of the
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people clinton met or spoke with outside the government had given money to the clinton foundation. a total of $156 million. clinton has since said the a.p.'s analysis is flawed and that she met with people regardless of whether they gave money to her family's charity. as of right now though, we won't know the details of the second half of clinton's term at the state department until after the election. in january, after the a.p. filed a lawsuit against the state department, a u.s. district judge ordered the state department to begin releasing batches of clinton's detailed daily schedules from her time as secretary of state. and at the time the order was for the state department to release 600 pages a month, simply because the department said it didn't know how many pages were left. yesterday, the state department's attorneys told the associated press there are about 2700 pages left. meaning under the current schedule, we can expect to see those around december 30th. the a.p. has formally requested that process to be sped up so that voters can
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have the information prior to the election. previously, u.s. district judge richard leon has expressed his own frustration over the state department seeming to try to run out the clock on releasing documents related to hillary clinton. at this point though, it's unclear if he will step in with a court order. pete, clayton, and son dra you got it? >> not garrett it's gar-ray. >> this september 30th wait to get access to these calendars. why are these calendars so important? as the a.p. has already shown us, the associated press already to this point after half of the calendars released showed they were able to g access to the state department to gain moaning money half of the calendar released half of those on the clinton calendar were donors to the clinton foundation which weigh learned through a.p. reports. get it out before the election. not impossible thing to do. >> believe it or not, people
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keep asking how come republicans can't make a stronger case against hillary clinton considering the evidence that they have? charles krauthammer actually said on "special report" last night we are focusing on the wrong aspect of this email scandal. listen. >> look we have been speculating for a year what the email scandal was all about. we were diverted about classification. it's a real issue, serious issue. but that was never the issue. the issue we have always asked ourselves here is why was she hiding this in the first place? why did she have a private server? obviously it was concealing. what was she concealing the most obvious possible answer was the foundation. now we're learning that exactly is what it was. >> interesting. that is the real message here. charles krauthammer has been critical -- not critical he said when all the dust settles, worry not going to be focused on benghazi. he said that months and months and months ago. the american people are going to go in the voting
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booth. benghazi is not what they are focused on. maybe he has hit on something important here that email server is the thing turn the tide. >> it may be the clinton foundation it's trustworthiness, above the law. it's the clintons don't follow the rules that every day americans do. that's the main take away. they said we don't want scrutiny and accountability from these emails. we will white wash what we can of the deleted emails some of them include the word beangsz. some of them did pertain to benghazi which shows it wasn't all about yoga. >> the only reason we know about the server was because of benghazi. >> correct, true. >> because the investigation was beangsz. >> indeed. >> meanwhile tim c.p.a. >> yeah. there has been a lot of talk about race this week. there this has been a huge subject on the campaign trail. a lot. and bigot has been another word that's been threaten around by donald trump calling hillary clinton a bigot. doubled down on that this week. >> indeed, tim kaine was on the trail in tallahassee. this is what he said trying
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to link donald trump to the kkk. >> yesterday, hillary clinton gave a speech in reno, nevada, calling out donald trump on a lot of things on this equality idea. calling him out on the fact that he has supporters like david duke connected with the ku klux klan going around and saying donald trump is their candidate because donald trump is pushing their values. ku klux klan value, david duke values, donald trump values are not american values they are not our values. we have got to do all we can to fight, to push back, to win to say we are still about heading toward that north star that we set out so long ago. >> all right. now, part of that is fair. that is true. it's been unsolicited. donald trump never asked for david duke's support of him. he did come out and -- he did say, look, because donald trump has -- his message is now bringing us closer to the values that i support. >> think about, this ku klux
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klan values are donald trump values? just because you want to build a wall or don't want to let in people who are trying to infiltrate doesn't mean you support the values of white supremacists. they are conflating the two 100 percent. trying to make him lock like a racist because he supports certain policies. you can't support you. doesn't mean you endorse them because of it. >> wait a second, if you are out theren the campaign trail, sandra, and you are saying that the ku klux klan is donald trump value because of unsolicited support, shouldn't the same thing be true of hillary clinton? >> well, certainly, and no mention of this in talking about the way the media is covering this election and covering the candidates. this new videotape that surfaced this morning showing kkk grand dragon endorsing hillary clinton. >> i'm not sure it's going on on all the major networks. >> listen. >> who do you like for president, sir? >> hillary clinton. >> do you think whites are superiors to african-americans and latinos? >> well, we are god's chosen people. >> we are god's chosen people and i support hillary
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clinton. we will see if we see if the -- we will see if tim kaine out on the campaign trail points that out. >> wonderful endorsement from the grand dragon there. >> the fact that that's what we are citing at this point that's how are and that's how believe. this is something the left has trafficked in for a long time race baiting. they found a juicy target in donald trump. they will keep doing it what happens if something like this comes out in the mainstream media ever going to talk about that. >> trump campaign firing back saying the hillary carp better full down the video they released on this. they are calling hillary clinton bigot for doing that we are waiting on a response from the clinton camp. >> let's hear your responses as well, email us, tweet us. had the mainstream media be covering that? tragedy surrounding the family the cousin of dwyane wade shot and killed in chicago while pushing a baby stroller. my kia aldridge caught in the crossfire outside
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elementary school by two men targeting someone else. so far no suspects are in custody. the baby in the stroller was not hurt. wade twoght my cousin was killed today in chicago. another act of senseless gun violence. four kids lost their mom for no reason. unreal, #enough is enough. >> and new overnight, kansas city under water a flash flood emergency declared as water levels went above car doors. first flash flood emergency ever in the area. up to six inches of rain falling in just two hours in parts of the city. stranding cars. there were also at least 10 water rest rescues in one county it looks like we have achieved clarity with russia on syria, sort of. secretary of state john kerry says he and his russian counterpart have finally agreed on steps to reinstate a cease-fire. but they still have a lot of details to work out. kerry has warned that a political solution is the only thing that can end
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syria's five year civil war. all right. here it is. an angry dad getting vengeance after finding his daughter fooling around with a boy inside her car. >> go dad. that's real and that's mike card using auditee. >> why did he buy a car like that for his daughter? >> the $13,000 car tossed around like a toy as the girl's brother records. >> of course the brother records it? >> the entire ordeal before uploading it in north carolina. it takes just two minutes for the angry dad to turn the car into a mangled heap of metal. >> when i way in car used i'm going to check the car fax on that because i know. >> first of all $13,000 for
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that doesn't sound. >> i think it was bought used i don't think can you buy an auditee. >> does the punishment fit the crime? classic father overreaction. we have all been there. >> meanwhile, we will get to janice dean who has two sons. >> oh my gosh, the boyfriend was not in the car though, right? no one has hurt in the making of that video. you have noticed anything different about me? i'm a rising star at cracker barrel. yes, cracker barrel has taken over 48th and sixth street. one of the best "fox & friends" weekends i have ever been part of. i'm sipping my cracker barrel coffee. we have cracker barrel cake as well as all sorts of fun today. also some live music coming up and dancing. dancing. stay tuned. let's take a look at the weather. it is a beautiful day here in new york city. 87 is your daytime high. we have got a system across the great lakes and the upper midwest. we are going to continue to monitor for the risk of strong to severe storms. and we are also watching the tropics.
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yes, it's that time of year where hurricane season creeps up on us at the end of august into september. we are watching this area of low pressure. it has not developed into anything just yet. but, as it moves into the gulf of mexico, we're going to have to watch it very carefully as the waters are very warm there and obviously we will be worried about the potential for some flooding and some gusty winds along the gulf coast. all right. i'm just going to play checkers with myself out here in my recognizing star apron. >> oh, those rocking chairs are the best, too. good, relaxing moment. >> the best. >> enjoy it. >> well done, the latest polls are right, donald trump's support among african-americans in the single digits. but our next guest says his policies are actually better for african-americans compared it hillary clinton's. and there's proof. >> and are you sick of slow drivers blocking the fast lane? never again. because the government has a new plan, a new regulation gas pedals. great. >> is it okay if you are driving the speed limit? >> no, it's not. ♪
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donald trump has ramped up his outreach to african-americans. >> my goal is to provide every african-american child in our country with access to the ladder of american success that means good education and a great paying job. >> he is hitting the trail are his policies the right ones for the black community? >> will it matter jennifer burk is the editor and chief for politistick.
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>> good to see you. >> good to see you as well. >> policies are better for african-americans. so long under liberal policies we have had record black youth unemployment and all kinds of problems in the black community. will that message resonate with black voters? >> you know it, should resonate. i just want to say i'm not a huge trump supporters. he is right when it comes to democratic policies. look at what has happened to the black community under barack obama. they are faring far worse economically than ever before. it's actually disastrous. one of the first things that obama did when he took office was try to take away school choice which is something that hillary clinton also agrees with. the taking away of school choice. democrats love to say that they are the party of choice, but they are not the party of choice when it comes to something that is actually going to be beneficial to children
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period, actually black children. there are a lot of failing black schools. that's just the reality. the school choice program would open up more options to parents everywhere to give their kids an actual shot at achieving the american dream. and if democrats truly believe in that they would support school choice policy. >> we will put up statistics, a poll from education next that shows that african-americans would prefer whenever possible to have school vouchers by overwhelming numbers. 58 support having cool vouchers, 44% oppose. so if a black community wants the ability to send their kids to the best possible schools, which anyone would want, regardless of race, why do those politicians block? there is the poll right there 58% want school vouchers, the ability to go to a different school if your school is failing you. why is it that liberal politicians, like hillary clinton are so fixated on
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saying no, no school choice for you when you are trapped in failing schools? >> it's all about control. i mean, it's been that way with the democrat party for decades. it is all about control. within the public school system, there are some conservatives within. i mean, i have a few conservative friends that are teachers, but overwhelmingly from k through grad school, liberals control the policies. we have seen them turn more into indoctrination centers than teaching the core things students should know. that's why kids graduate from high school, if they are lucky, and actually have to take ree reremedial courses in college because they haven't learned some the things they should have learned. i have many friends who whom school. we have seen the government slowly dip its hand into home schooling as well to have that control. that's why they don't like school choice. >> all right. jennifer burk, thanks for joining us this morning. good to have you. >> thank you. >> thank you, jennifer. coming up here on a show a mom leaves her 8 and
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9-year-old kids home for 45 minutes. now she is being charged as a criminal. does it fit the crime? our parenting panel will discuss next. this is my retirement. retiring retired tires. and i never get tired of it. are you entirely prepared to retire? plan your never tiring retiring retired tires retirement with e*trade. i'm in vests and as a vested investor in vests i invest with e*trade, where investors can investigate and invest in vests...
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all right. now to some news by the numbers. this morning, first, six bosses until three years. after debra anouns she is stepping down just after months on the job. that clinic still trying to fix dangerous wait times. next, 3 million. that's how much money border patrol seized from two men heading for mexico. agents stopping two suspicious vehicles in escondido, california before finding boxes filled with cash. both men were arrested. and finally, 30 hours.
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that's how long a select group of part time workers would be working per week at amazon. part of a pilot program to help employees to become happier and more productive. speaking of productive. pete, over to you. >> sandra, thank you very much. i appreciate it a mother now facing charges for leaving her 8 and 9-year-old children home at their vacation rental for 45 minutes while she went to pick up their takeout for dinner. while there is no specific law in delaware where she was arrested, just guidelines that police will investigate reports of children 12 and under being left home alone. so does her punishment fit the crime or is it a little bit over the line? let's ask our parenting panel? we have kisha haban an attorney and mother. tom cirsing is a father and psychiatrist and were s sample rbo host on tln. is this over-the-line?
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leaving your kids for 45 minutes to go pick up their meal, they are 8 and 9. too much? >> i think it's a big problem. >> big problem? >> yes. not only should she have been charged criminally but children protective services should be involved. you are leaving children in a rental. it's not like their normal home ebb environment that they're familiar with they end up in the middle of the street chasing a dog. >> that's a detail that we didn't disclose upfront. the reason they were found out they went out to chase a dog. >> a stranger okay with v. been a molester or anything. >> add a variable to any of this. kids are found outside. what if they had stayed inside and hadn't gone outside. >> i don't see how she is arrested. clearly states no law. how you can be arrested if there is no law about that. second of all it should be the discretion of the parent. 8 and 9, i'm okay with that personally. i no my kids. i know my kids are not going to run out on the street by themselves if guy out for half an hour. if you have kids that do
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that, then maybe you shouldn't be leaving your kids at home. >> sam, that's a great point, i asked my wife about this i have a 6 and 4-year-old at home. 8 and 9. 6 and 8 all different in maturity levels and others. who should be drawing this line. why should the government be telling us what age you can making a call if your kids are old enough or not. >> i have to ask why the guy thought the government was the best person to solve this issue. why he didn't just either stay with the kids and then talk to the mother when she got back and say hey your kids are running out in the street. we don't have all the details here. but the idea that this government thinks the government can solve this problem is what is problematic to me. the idea we are taking all the responsibility for parenting now and putting it at the feet of the government that has already shown that it is completely incapable of even educating our children that's a problem for me. >> you mention child protective services -- there are instances of child abuse. this is hey i'm going to pick up meals for my kids.
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i want to stay inside. >> this is neglect. i have seen cases where parents have left their children in cars for five minutes and they're charged with. >> i'm tempted to do that in my hometown. >> give these children instructions. why was the door open? how did the dog end up in the middle of the street. that stranger could have been a danger to those children. she didn't lee them with specific instructions. that's neglect. that's not making sure your children are safe. >> tom, neglect? >> my parents the way i was raised by parents would have been arrested 500 times by now. i felt loved. >> based on this segment it looks like you are okay, we will see where it goes from here. >> any thoughts on. this the kids were left and given instructions not to talk to strangers. no, my mom is just in the shower. everything is fine. we're taken care of. that is a problem. and i have to question that because we really don't have all the details here.
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>> parents everywhere in america say hey i have left my kids including myself for a couple minutes here and there. is that okay? when the government steps in they have the heavy hand when the judgment of parents. >> where is common decency and common sense? >> a lot of common decency and common sense on this panel. thank you all for joining us. common sense is the key. we appreciate it parents all. thank you. >> thank you. >> a new email bombshell for hillary clinton. some of her thousands of deleted emails are related to beangs. what is she trying to hide? plus, we saw shocking here on the panel. chaos under the lights. high school football game cancelled pause of something that happened in the stands. those details next. and, nobody saw this coming. a major terror scare sent people running for their lives. you can blame i insync for
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>> have you been to a cracker barrel lately? i'm sure on your summer road trips you probably did. they built an entire store right on our plaza this morning right here on 48th
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and sixth. cracker barrel is here and talking about operation home front helps our nation's heroes. we will tell you about that program and rocking chairs and food. >> operation home front does provide for military families here. immediate needs, long-term needs, very cool and collaboration between the cracker barrel and operation home front we'll be talking about this glowr excellent. i love it janice dean has been enjoying that beautiful cracker barrel. >> she hasn't spent any time at all inside with us at all. >> rocking chairs and food. >> rocking chairs and food two magic words in my life. i will be out here all morning and possibly all afternoon. i want to talk to you guys. what's your name. >> i'm jim. >> and you are. >> i'm gina. >> where are you from. >> denver. >> i see you are a peyton manning fan. >> i'm glad he got through and got to the super bowl without getting hurt. >> you came down to watch "fox & friends" and partake in the cracker barrel food and fun. >> we have been eating at cracker barrel for years. >> fabulous. have fun today is there anybody you want to say hi to at home? >> i had mellowed, hi bill.
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>> let's take a look at the forecast. it's a beautiful day to be outside in a rocking chair. don't you agree. >> yes. >> it is a gorgeous day in new york city. 75 is the current temperature. 8 in chicago. 64 in minneapolis. a little bit cooler across the northern rockies. we are getting into the time of year we are going to start to feel that cool air from canada. the potential for strong to severe storms across the upper midwest today. maybe large hail, damaging winds. isolated tornadoes, not an outbreak like we saw earlier this week. we will watch the skies. it is that time of year the tropics. we are monitoring. area of high pressure across the bahamas that could develop maybe in the next couple of days. right now it's not a impression. not a named storm. we have to monitor it. this is one of our models why like to take a look at. we have gaston out there in the atlantic east of the bermuda. this thing we have to watch it as it goes into the gulf of mexico potentially monday and tuesday for development. well, i have hope can i join you on your rocking chair. everybody having a good time
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out here? >> yeah. >> all right. you have to come join me. you have quite the crowd out there, janice dean. very, very nice. >> we will be out there in just a moment. first, we will goat your headlines this morning. chaos at a high school football game. several fights breaking out in a florida stadium sending fans scrambling in the confusion. all of this happening during the third quarter of a rivalry game two schools in fort pierce. players forced to lay on the ground before the game was called off and the stadium was cleared. one man was taken into custody and three others had to be taken to the hospital with minor injuries. >> former in synckers new business venture ladies to active shooter scare ♪ joey fatone opening hot dog chaos during mall. during a routine fire inspection fix balloons popped following a fire
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alarm. the pops were mistaken for gunshots. people frantically running for the exit. nine people were hurt in the meantime. a bus falling into a sinkhole is quite a site to see. one woman's ordeal steals the show. >> he said what's going on? places to go. next thing you know the bus was like starting tipping so he like off the back, you know, leaning with it and next thing you know he was in there for hours. i'm telling the story y'all, hold on. >> that was jenea'. she proceeded to give a couple shoutouts to her friends during that live interview all while describing the screen that she witnessed. by the way a water main break caused that sinkhole. all right. the government wants to make truck and bus drivers slow down. the u.s. trying to force a nationwide speed limit on large vehicles by electronically capping speeds. newly made trucks and buss
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that weigh more than 26,000 pounds would be fitted with a special device. it would physically prevent vehicles from exceeding limbs of 60 to 68 miles per hour. though that could change. the government says capping speeds for large vehicles will reduce deadly crashes and save a billion dollars in fuel costs. and those are your headlines on this saturday morning. and now to the crew there out on the plaza. >> i'm missing out. >> don't adjust your sets. we are not on vacation. everyone knows cracker barrel for the delicious food they serve and delicious atmosphere they provide and iconic rocking chairs. >> did you know that purchase ago rocking chair could actually help one of our heroes here is senior vice president of marketing for cracker barrel and john pryce, ceo of operation home front formerly a brigadier general. thank you for joining us. >> good morning. >> we are in these comfy rocking chairs tell us about
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the initiative you have undertaken here. >> cracker barrel is continuing commitment to military families who have a long standing tradition with the military going back all the way to our founder to our current ceo. military families are very important thing to us. so we are very excited to be partnering with operation home front. we are here today to celebrate operation rocker. >> john, tell me about operation home front. what does it do. >> operation home front is a nationally recognized nonprofit. i'm proud to say that we have earned prestigious four star rating for the ninth consecutive year. >> what does that mean? >> we have a variety of different charity oversight groups that take a look to make sure that we're actually delivering on our promise. >> and what are you delivering for vets and military families. >> we have a variety of different programs that we use to help our military overcome some of the financial challenges that they faces a they either are in service or as they transition out of service into their civilian community. >> john, why was this important for cracker barrel to be a part of? >> so as i said before, cracker barrel's commitment to military families has a long standing piece. for us when we think about
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the cracker barrel experience in families and kind of bringing people home for us, this is a very important thing. >> what's been the response. >> the response has been great so far. we have sold close to 500 rockers for this program specifically. we have committed to operation home front as our flag ship partner and working with them over the next year and committing up to $100,000. >> for people who want to get involved, purchase a rocking chair and what happens? >> sure, so you go to cracker barrel.com and purchase a rocking chair or cushion and we will actually donate a rocking chair cushion to operation home front. >> i'm going to buy one today for the weather office. i am going to buy one. right now. my checkbook. >> every time i go to cracker barrel, you go in. you want to sit before you go in and come out after a big meal and sit there for a few hours. kick any loafers out sitting there all day? front porch of cracker barrel is an amazing place. a place you can go, rest, relax, slow down. very welcoming place for us. so for us it's a great gathering space, family and friends. i'm not surprised.
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to see us all kind of sitting here relaxing. >> giving a slice of that to military families as well. >> john, what's the response from military families? >> it's always grace great. i think it's really very powerful for a hot our military families to realizethas supporting them. this is a great way with partnership with cracker barrel to show your support for military family. >> i have never been more relaxed. >> i disagree. i have seen some lounges before. >> clayton, take it from here, will you. >> john and chris, great to see you here this morning. go to operation home front.net. find out more. go to cracker barrel.com and order one of these chairs. >> i just need a fan. you can fan me? >> and coming up next hour, meet a military family who just received a new mortgage free home from operation mommy front. stick around. sandra, take it away inside. >> you have had way too much fun out there. i will be out there later on don't you worry. hillary clinton's newest email bombshell, how far she went to hide them. >> this didn't just push the
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accusations that the site censored conservative news. and despite being $8 billion in the hole, illinois lawmakers find time to attack pokey monday go. they want to fine game makers for making pokey stops at wildlife reserves. it would be called pijy's law named after a popular pokey monday, of course. >> you have got to stop the pokey. all right, the newest bombshell in the clinton server scandal showing just how far hillary clinton went to hide her emails. >> if she considered them to be personal, then we move into the facet where she and her lawyers had those emails deleted. and they didn't just push the delete bu button. they had them deleted where even god can't read them. >> wow. some of the withheld emails are said to be related to the benghazi attack. so, what exactly was she trying to hide? tom fitton, the president of judicial watch joins us now. you guys have been busy.
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what do you think she was trying to hide with these emails? >> well, it's what we're being told by the state department we had a benghazi email lawsuit for clinton emails about benghazi. we were told by the government they did a search of these undeleted emails by the fbi. the emails that the fbi recovered that mrs. clinton didn't want anyone to see. they did a search using these benghazi-related search terms and they came one hits. they said they they want to give them to us december -- september 30th. we asked how many talk about. set a hearing just to find out this basic information on tuesday. >> tom, i mean, judicial watch, you guys have been doing yeomen's work really digging to get the truth on these things. of the 33,000 deleted emails we are hearing that 15,000 are recovered. what, i mean you said benghazi has come up as a search term. how many would you expect -- is there any sense of how
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deep this could go or how wide it could go. how many of these could be work related and how quickly will they be released? >> that's the question. they are going to begin to be released next month for sure go courts have ordered the release of records in september if they are responsive to two separate judicial watch lawsuits. one on behalf of someone else in florida who has a benghazi lawsuit and then we have a lawsuit huma abedin where she was working for the government and clinton foundation at the same time. an interesting job. but, also, the government has to come in and tell us on september 23rd when they're going to release all of these new clinton emails. and the courts have made it clear, they don't want stalling unnecessarily here. so the materials are going to begin to be released as soon as september 13th, if not soon displer tom, speaking of timing of all of this, we now know that this federal judge that ordered the state department to
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release the batches of her schedules, who she met with while she was secretary of state, the associated press now saying it won't finish the job. the government told the associated press that they will not be releasing the last of her schedules before election day. what do you make of that? >> well, it's just more of the same from the state department. they have been slow rolling documents for mrs. clinton since the get-go. they let her take all these documents out. once they got them back, they didn't want to give them to anybody quickly. they had to be forced by the courts to do. so i know in one of our cases this big huma abedin case about the clinton foundation we will be getting documents from the state department through april of 2017. i will tell you, if the government wanted these documents to be released, they could have been released years ago. if we put people on the moon, we can release more than a few hundred pages a month out of one federal agency. it's obviously a political
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game the state department is playing to help mrs. clinton. >> indeed, tom. it's a matter of priority. tom fitton, president of journal watch. when the history of this election is written, tom, judicial watch certainly will not be on the sidelines. thank you, tom. >> thank you. >> we appreciate it. good news, everyone, john kerry says we have achieved clarity with russia. but what does that really mean? julian turner here to react at the top of the glowr plus, it's almost back-to-school time. your kids are going back on monday? >> shopped yesterday for school supplies. >> you want to make sure your kid gets to their first class on time. clayton is going to help you with some special gear next. ♪ you got to get to school on time ♪ so conversations can go where you go. take your time. i'm not going anywhere. (announcer vo) and when you're not available,
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all right, good saturday morning, everywhere, it's august 27th, 2016. i'm sandra smith. they are the records that could prove that hillary clinton allowed pay-to-play at the state department. guess what? you won't see them until after election day. so, what are they hiding? >> and, big breaking news for diplomacy in the middle east. john kerry, he has reached clarity with russia of course he has. what does that even mean? we'll find out. >> clarity this morning. >> you are always clear. >> the governor of maine responding to ache says of outright racism. >> i have been accused by
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the naacp of saying that the black people can kiss my butt. that was falsely reported in the newspapers. i told the reporter to kiss my butt because i wouldn't answer such a stupid question. >> he did more than that with a voice mail. what's happening in maine? "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ to the place i belong ♪ west virginia, mountain momma. >> that little boy is thrilled. >> kid size rocking chair, too. how cool is that? >> he is adorable. >> love it. cracker barrel has set up an entire country store on our plaza this morning. our own janice dean has been out there. she is enjoying every moment of it. >> that kid is playing the peg game you get at cracker barrel. >> tv? i don't care about tv i care
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about winning the game from cracker barrel. >> operation home front all morning long when you buy a rocking chair from cracker barrel.com. they will donate one to a military family. >> very cool. >> now to your headlines this morning. we begin with a fox news alert. a man is under arrest charged in the brutal murders of two catholic nuns. police say 46-year-old rodney sanders viciously stabbed sister more get held and sister paula merrill in their mississippi home before stealing their car. he faces two counts of capital murder. the women had worked as nurse practitioners at a clinic for the poor for the past 30 years. a wake for the sisters will be held tomorrow followed by a memorial mass on monday. another fox news alert for you this morning. tragedy surrounding the family of one of the nba's biggest stars. the cousin of dwyane wade shot and killed in chicago while pushing a baby stroller. nikea aldridge caught in the crossfire outside of a
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elementary school by two men targeting someone else. so far no suspects in custody. the baby in the stroller was not hurt. wade tweeting out my cousin was killed today in chicago. another act of senseless gun violence. four kids lost their mom for no reason, unreal. #enough is enough. also new overnight, kansas city under water. a flash flood emergency declared as water levels went above car doors. it's the first flash flood emergency ever in the area. up to six inches of rain falling in just two hours in parts of the city. stranding cars. there were also at least 10 water rescues in just one county. and a roller coaster nearly toppling over as six terrified children are still trapped inside more than a dozen fair goers rushed to the scene to hold up the ride. a track malfunction is being blamed for the ride nearly falling over at the bartoe county fair in georgia. the ride has been torn down
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and three others have been closed for repairs. thankfully, no one was hurt. those are your headlines this saturday morning. >> thank you, sandra. hillary clinton lucking out again thanks to the state department. it's just announcing that it won't complete the court ordered release of her personal calendar schedule until after election day, december 30th. >> interesting. a little late. garrett tenney has all the details from washington, d.c. good morning, garrett. >> pete, clayton, and sandra, good morning. the timing of this could not be better for the clinton campaign. it was just this week when we learned that the a.p. annualized the first half of hillary clinton's minute-by-minute schedule of her term as secretary of state has been released. more than half of the people she spoke with outside of the government were given money to the clinton foundation for a total of $156 million. that brought a whole new round of criticism for the clinton foundation and the appearance of a pay-to-play culture within the clinton
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state department. clinton has argued the a.p.'s analysis is flawed and that she met with people regardless of whether or not they donated money to her family's charity. but, as things currently stand, we won't know until after the election if the second half of her daily minute-by-minute schedule either supports that idea or goes along with a lot of these criticisms. we have already seen. now, this whole saga over her schedules began back in 2010 and 2013 when the a.p. asked state to release them. that didn't happen until the a.p. filed a lawsuit with the state department in federal court. when that happened, the judge ordered them to start releasing the emails or the schedules rather in batches showing who she met with and spoke to during her tenure. yesterday, the state department attorneys told the associated press though, there were about 2700 pages left, meaning under the current schedule, we can expect to see those around december 30th, after the election has been wrapped up. now, the a.p. has formally
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requested that that process be sped up so that voters have the information prior to the election. previously judge richard leon has expressed his own frustration over the state department seemingly to try to run out the clock on releasing documents related to hillary clinton. at this point it is unclear if he will step in with a court order requesting the state department or forcing them, rather to speed up this process and get them out before the election. >> convenient. garrett, great to see you this morning, thank you so much. >> thank you, garrett. >> we want to wring in national security staff under president obama and george w. bush julian turner. first, reaction to what we are hearing from garrett here not releasing these potential calendars until the end of the year after the election. normal protocol? >> i don't know. but it's unfortunate for the american voters. you want to have candidates running for president that are transparent and you know what you are getting when you sign up here. you are going to have to kind buy and question the purchase later if you are voting for secretary
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clinton. >> should hillary clinton call for calendars to be released. >> that's an interesting idea. it would probably behoove her from optics perspective if nothing else. if there is nothing to hide, let's show folks what there is and be honest and open i would. >> overnight secretary of state john kerry claiming the u.s. has achieved clarity with russia. on our roles in the middle east. so, we are asking you why does this so very unclear. >> particularly, interesting choice. from my perspective, from lots of folks in the foreign policy community's perspective, because it's kind of th antithesis. noble effort to try to bring a semblance of order and peace to the sir i don't know people after five years of this horrendous civil war. so, what's happening though is that the united states and russia are looking to set up the security framework. they want to set up a joint command center in jordan with some shared
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intelligence operations to try and coordinate the efforts in syria. the big problem as everybody knows is they can't agree on what the security targets are that's the first problem. the second problem is that the russians are not to be trusted as far as you can throw a stick in this country. >> bombing and supporting different targets. >> exactly. >> vladimir putin is trying to suspect plant america as the chief actor in the middle east. >> of course. there is a lot of that going on. there is a struggle for, here, a kind of, i guess, a post assad syria in the future. post assad syria in the future and what it looks like. who is going to have a hand in shaping that new nation? and russia, obviously, wants to be the guy on the ground. >> one of our big questions is the strategy. donald trump has been hitting the obama administration on strategy in that region for a long time. what is the strategy? what is the plan for stability in that region? do we know what it is? >> well, certainly, with this administration, what they are trying to do is come to what they are going to call a political diplomatic solution. so, you know, rather than send in tanks and guys with
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guns, this are going to try to negotiate all of this. >> so isis is cool. >> kind of the first stage in that process. that's what they're hoping to do. >> julian, we had a chance to talk about this yesterday morning but this week we saw that the iranian confrontation with the u.s. destroyer and now this, that iran confrontations with u.s. navy ships are up 50% this year alone. what does it say about our relations with iran right now and the way that iran views america? >> it's not the first provocation by the iranians in the persian gulf this year. we are going to probably see more. in my opinion it's because there is no incentives. we provide them to not behave in that way. from my perspective, it goes back to the nuclear deal and the fact that there were no preconditions. we took the nuclear issue and decided to negotiate with them on it. out of the framework of everything else. we allowed them to continue their egregious human rights
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violations, atrocities against their own people. we allow them to continue sponsoring terrorism around the region. and from their perspective, there is no reason to curtail any of that behavior. >> axis between iran and vladimir putin in russia, right? i mean. >> new axis of evil. >> always great to see you. >> thank you for having me. >> new axis of evil, thank you, julian. >> janice dean outside with a look at the forecast. she is out in the cracker barrel country store on our plaza. >> oh my gosh. this is the double chocolate fudge coca cola cake. en. >> i'm going to hold. this tell me about this wonderful cake that you make at cracker barrel while i eat it. >> this is one of our beloved menu items. double chocolate fudge coca cola cake. really swift boat, delicious, served with ice chrome. one of the reasons we brought it today was this is something that we serve on veterans day free to all active veterans to thank them for service to our country. >> thank you for this cake. i love it.
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weather while i eat this cake. disturbance across south florida. hold that for me. we are watching this area of low pressure that actually could move into the gulf of mexico. we are watching that very carefully. tornado threat through tonight. i'm doing the weather while i have chocolate cake. it's never been done before but it's delicious. area of low pressure across the bahamas. watching it very carefully. it's not a depression. it's not even a storm yet. but, as it moves into the gulf of mexico, it does potentially have characteristics to develop, but for now it looks good. there are your highs today. okay. forget the little plate, i'm going tore the big can a for tha here. thank you for the rockers and the cake and beautiful display and music. we are so happy on "fox & friends weekend." >> thank you. >> coca cola chocolate cake. >> coca cola chocolate cake. >> when we tossed out to janice dean pete hegseth.
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discrimination, who traffics in dark conspiracy theories should never run our government or command our military. >> she is a bigot because you look at what is happening to the inner cities. you look at what is happening to african-americans and hispanics in this country, she is selling them down the tubes because she is not doing anything for those communities. >> a war of words between hillary clinton and donald trump as both nominees accuse each other of racism and bigotry. >> so where does this leave black voters and do democrats deserve the support they receive from african-americans? our next guest doesn't think so. >> dinesh d d'souza is film maker of hillary's america. >> thank you for joining us this morning. so hillary clinton alleges a long history of racial discrimination from donald trump. what say you about the history of hillary clinton and the democratic party? >> well, hillary and bill themselves have a much
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greater history of racial insensitivity than trump hillary a few years ago speaking of young black males called them super predators. bill said of obama in 2008 he said a few years ago this guy would be getting us coffee. is he talking about obama, a black senator from illinois. clintons have both lavishly praised robert byrd who was active in the ku klux klan and used the. in word right until the time he died. donald trump has no history, nothing that even compares to any of this we're not getting into the democratic party who has been active in the ku klux klan for 50 years. >> where this week is hillary clinton coming from when she says that donald trump has, quote, a long history of racial discrimination. she had gone on and adds as well listing courting of hate groups. where is she coming from on
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this on her attacks on donald trump and race? >> well, she is referring to a handful of rag tag that white supremacist who is are are are are are are are no relevance. he has endorsed them. the vast majority of heads of the clan going all the way back to the 20th century have all been democrats. so, i think the democrats are used to going to the playbook and pointing to the republicans as the party of bigotry. the actual history revealed something quite different. >> let's talk about your film for a second. democrats say they are the party of the little guy. and you say your film blows the lid off that. >> the democrats passed every segregation law in the south. the democrats also were active in lynching. if you look at the history of the thousands of people who have been brutalized and lynched, the vast majority of that has been done by the democratic party this a
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party that never ache knocked his own history. never apologized for its own crimes. it blames the south it, blames white people. it blames america it blames everybody except itself. >> it lays out this history and talks about the great switch where they were a part of all of this and made it look like they were on the side of minorities all along. how have they done this? >> essentially the democrats have powerful control of academia, of holiday and the -- hollywood and media three biggest megaphones of our culture. control those three things you can put out a lot of the misinformation and propaganda. >> at this point in the election and as we get so close 75 days or so to go. 10 weeks to go until the election, and you see where donald trump is in the polls after a week where we saw a back and forth race that got very eated, can he win more support of the minority vote? is there time? >> i think he can but i
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think the more important aspect of what trump is doing in taking on this issue is he is helping to erode and deplete the moral capital that the democrats have used for a whole generation. the democrats claim to be the party of civil rights. they're not. and so if you can strip them of that moral capital, their ethical claim to viewl eroded. >> all right. dinesh da would yocontinue da du for joining us. >> remember when someone edited a fox news question out of a scandal. this morning that scandal just got bigger. >> and is it sandra or sondra? >> you're on the phonetical. >> it's sondra. the 10 words america can't say. we put you next. >> it's sandra. ♪ i'm in love. i'm a believer, i didn't
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welcome back. quick headlines for you. a cop surviving a gunshot thanks to the badge on his chest. it happened during a high speed chase in california. the bullet going through the windshield ricocheting off the officer's badge. leaving quite a mark. the officer is find and the shoot every was killed. and here is an example of how not to handle animal run away on to a highway. look at this woman. grab your kids and watch this. brought traffic to a halt while trying to save a cat right in the middle of the busy houston road. sort of like totally owe oblivious to all the danger around her. like she isn't it know she
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was on a highway. workers stepped in and helped her capture the stray cat. you don't want to do that especially grab it with a bag or pillow case. >> i hope the cat was okay. >> did you see this new study come out. he is out with pete hegseth. new study breaks out the words that americans can't pronounce correctly. >> that's right. you couldn't pronounce them. sandra did pronounce most of them except her own name. we are going to try the american public here and get a sense of what we can and cannot pronounce. "new york post" pointed out 30 words we can't. we have 10 out here. i got my own emily she is going to serve as my own vanna white. thank you very much by the way. we will ask folks how they pronounce words properly. all right? here we go sherr go sher-bert. >> what do you have for this one? >> sewer bet? >> it's sure bit.
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>> your name? >> wisconsin. >> from wisconsin. could have an accent. >> don't give them the word first. >> i'm giving them incorrect pronunciation. >> you threw them under the bus. >> croissant. >> is he right. maybe a little more wa and you would be correct. ma'am, where are you coming from? >> new hampshire. >> we have great accents out here this morning. you should know this one new hampshire then? >> woster. >> pretty close. give you a mulligan on that one. ma'am, what's your name? >> north carolina. >> where? >> where in north carolina? >> elizabeth city. >> there you go. elizabeth city. and how do you pronounce this word? >> lambaste? >> she says lamb baste. she is correct. i would have said lamb bass.
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rapid fire. >> i got this one, niche. >> it is niche. well done. we have smart folks on the plaza. a team out here. wisconsin has got cash. >> i would say cachet. i would say weapons cache in iraq. >> i says expresso. you are correct. >> mischievous. >> no, no. mi sshiv-ious. >> anyone who has ever read curious george. >> if you read curious george you say mischievous. >> one last one in chicago. >> hyperbole. >> she is correct. smart group out here. last but not least our own
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wonderful, it is miss smith. but what is it? >> sandra. >> it's sandra. >> yeah, very good. >> incorrect. i like that guy. >> it is son-dra. >> we are glad to have you on the couch this morning. clayton, will you take it from here? >> thank you, peter. >> our wonderful folks. >> that is probably the chicago new. >> sandra. >> i was pronouncing my name incorrectly for some years. i always say clayton maur-ris. >> is it like maur. >> no it's morse. >> have you ever seen sondra d? no it's sandra d. let's get to the news. a photo is heart breaking. a couple married for more than 60 years are forced to part and they blame government healthcare. >> plus, a college professor tells students trump is just like valu valdimar.
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plaza hofstra. >> let gospels hofstra. >> that's beautiful. on our plaza this morning. we have got cracker barrel along with operation home front. they are cooking up some good stuff out there. it is really a cracker barrel restaurant has been set up on our plaza. we will talk to clayton and pete in a moment. first to some of your headlines this morning. maine's governor is defending himself against racist claims all while challenging his rival to a duel. listen to this voice mail he left for a state lawmaker. >> i want you to prove that i'm a racist. i spent my life helping black people and you little son of a [bleep] i want you to record this and make it public because i am after you. thank you. >> the lawmaker says he never called will he page racist but says his comments were racially charged after he said 90% of known drug dealers in maine are black or hispanic. >> i have been accused of
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saying the black people can kiss my butt. that was falsely reported in the newspapers. i told the reporter to kiss my butt because i wouldn't answer such a stupid question. >> he has apologized for the voice mail but justified his reaction saying being labeled a racist is the most vie thing you can call a person. >> how a crucial eight minutes of video from a state department briefing was edited and deleted. this as we learn the state department actually conducted not one but two probes into the coverup of secret talks between the u.s. and iran. details of this second investigation led by a top internal auditor come just a week after the department announced they couldn't determine if that portion of the tape was deleted on purpose. and, a heart breaking picture capturing the attention of the internet. an elderly couple weeping as
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they say goodbye. the two have been living apart for eight months now following 62 years of marriage. all because of a backlog in canada's socialist healthcare system. making it impossible for them to stay at the same care facility. their granddaughter hoping that sharing their story will spark change for the broken system that is failing her parents. a bizarre interruption. you are looking at it during a minor league baseball game a sheep going rogue forcing play to be stopped. >> well, under the category of this is something you don't see every day they got him. >> it's going to be a fight to the finish here. >> looks like they had to send six men out there to get that sheep to come inside. >> the sheep was part of arodeot loose during the sixth inning. those are your headlines, now it's time to go out and
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see what's going on on the plaza. janice. >> hi, sandra, i want to see you come out here and eat some food and rock in the rocking chair. >> save me some coca cola cake. >> i definitely will. >> whootion your name. >> morgan. who is your fine friend here. >> i'm billy, i'm morgan's husband. >> nice to meet you. i heard you decided to wake up and come see "fox & friends." >> we did. we just got here last night around midnight and this was our first stop. >> how did you get in here? >> well, woe just decided to sneak in the back door. >> sneak in the back door. >> how do you like it so far it looks good, right. >> we love it. >> yes, ma'am i'm a teach. >> god love. >> you thank you for coming. >> thank you. >> thank you for being here. >> how is the weather here in new york city? >> it's a perfect day. this is our first time and we have just been so lucky. >> well, thank you for being here on "fox & friends weekend." 75 in new york city current temperatures. it is gorgeous. 64 in minneapolis. 73 in dallas. 50 in denver. little cool there. we do have an upper level low across the great lakes
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that could bring some strong to severe storms. and we are also watching the tropics. nothing to get really scared about right now. but it is that season we watch this area of low pressure that could develop in the gulf of mexico over the next couple of days. again, nothing to be too concerned with, but we're just going to monitor it. all right. have you tried the alcoholic lath lat cake yet. >> not yet but we definitely will before we leave. >> they say i'm off my rocker. oh, clayton and pete, over to you. i hear you are cooking something. >> we said that years ago. janice has lost her rock displer not always but sometimes. >> so are you ready for some football? i know i am. my vikings have a brand new stadium. we want to be tailgating. preseason is officially here. you have got to tailgate. >> it won't help your vikings but it could help us here with ideas to kick off our tailgating menu this morning is interstate celebrity chef duran. author of new book take this and twist it. >> and cheerleaders from hofstra.
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[cheers] >> you arrived in style. >> when i go tailgating i like to come in style and i bring my own cheerleading squad. these guys are 10 times national champions hofstra cheerleading squad. >> very simple way to make tailgating one step up. what i want to start with is this cheese it's called jarisberg. nice nutty, meltability. give that flavor there. you will taste that grilled cheese bacon cabob. >> yeah. what i do is take a piece of the jarisberg cheese and wrap. >> little bit of swiss. >> and when you put that on the grill, what's going to happen is that it is going to melt so nicely. >> may i? >> yes. >> that one is a little hot. i will give you this cooler one. >> so the bacon and the saltiness and ewy gooeyness. >> maybe light so they can
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comply up in the air. now the beauty of that is that also you can stuff it in burgers, too. i cut a piece like this of the jarlsberg cheese and freeze it? >> that cheese is delicious. >> isn't that nice. >> it's good. >> when i make it inside on the grill. ewy do you goy. cuewy do youewe go gooeychoosey. >> you still have a nice ewy gooey cheese on that burger. that's what you want. >> a hot pocket of goodness. >> that's in the burger. can you imagine what that is going to taste like when you bite into it? >> i will be imagining that in 30 seconds. >> this is what i like a lot. when you make meat loaf at home, there is tons of it left over or if you have a special recipe. what i like to do is grab a meat loaf, i cut it into cubes and then quickly just go ahead and put some
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catchup on that. >> it has a bite. >> i made my own ketchup mix. french's number one mustard company they have non-high fructose corn syrup in there. a little bit of sriracha sauce in there, too. because they have non-high fructose corn syrup. the cubes of the -- there you go, right in there those cubes i cut up. >> that's the end result here. >> all do you is grill them just like that and you have a nice glaze, a spicy glaze that works so well with that sweetness and acid at this of the ketchup in there. >> thank you, chef. >> oh, that's it. >> and is he taking my cheerleaders. >> go to george durand.com and find everything right over there awesome. >> can i take a jalsberg cheese wheel home with me. >> i will give you a wedge. these guys come in wedges. jarlsberg comes in wedges.
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nice big bite. that's the way to do it. >> way tooch fun. pete hegseth so hungry he ran out to the plaza for this segment. all right. thanks, guys. the race for president getting ugly as both candidates hit the runway trying to label their candidate a bigot. >> a lot of what he believes we believe in. donald trump will be best for the job. >> for president? >> yeah. >> so does going negative really work or could it back fire? >> that's next. >> and her dad made her promise no boys in the car. what happens when dad finds out? she broke the golden rule? that. just like the people who own them,
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ivy league professor now teaching his students that donald trump is just like voldemort. >> i'm going to kill you. >> harry and the deathly donald, the political professor suggests that trump's proposed ban on muslim immigration, mixed blood wizard. okay. and hillary clinton celebrates national dog day. it was yesterday by the way. and she tweeted out this picture of bill? hmmm. people on twitter going wild over this, write something bill in the dog house again? while others simply used it as an opportunity to relive this moment. [barking] okay. clayton, over to you.
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>> how do you top that? negative political ads used to look like this. are we going to see her barking again? >> 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 zero. [explosion] >> these are the stakes. >> in which direction would john kerry lead? kerry voted for the iraq war, opposed it, supported it, and now opposes it again. john kerry, whichever way the wind blows. >> but hillary clinton's new ad reaches potentially a new low. watch. >> the reason a lot of klan members like donald trump because a lot of what he believes we believe in. donald trump would be best for the job. >> for president? >> yeah. >> so how will this new strategy play out? joining me now with his thoughts is veteran campaign strategist and founder of
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the strategy group company is rex this morning. nice to see you this morning, rex. welcome to the show. >> thank you, clayton. it's good to be with you. >> so you are talking about a real shift, i think, in the way that we have seen political ads over the years. talking about character instead of judgment. is that the new normal for a campaign ads. >> i don't know if it's the new normal for campaign ads. appears to be the new normal for presidential campaign ads for the clinton campaign. you know, clearly, messages that take words and things out of context, you can see. i believe for an ad to be long lasting and beneficial, it needs to be the truth. it need to be believable and it needs to be credible. i'm not sure the ad you just saw passes that test. >> i have new ad, trump ad on clinton's super predator comments from 2004. i want to get your reaction on. this they are often the kind of kids that are called super predators no, conscience, no empathy. we can talk about why they ended up that way but first
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we have to wring them to heal. >> you called out president clinton for defending secretary clinton's use of the term super predator back in the 1990s when she supported the crime bill. why did you call them out. >> because it was a racist term and everybody knew it was a racest term. >> it's a very well thought out crime bill that is both smart and tough. >> no empathy. >> you called blacks super predators in 1994. employees explain for the record. >> because it was a racest term and everybody knew it was a racest term. >> will that work? >> >> first of all, i think there is probably a better way to execute it and providing a little bit of clarity. there is obviously some confusion and you have a lot of things going on there using own person's words against them is highly effective. >> look at past campaign
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strategies and do you think that hillary clinton's strategy of going after the character is actually going to work if we look at historical context here, how will that play out? first of all, people hearing these ads they are at the point they have heard enough. until donald trump is on the air at reasonable parody are we going to see the difference between the two messages in contrast with one another. so, at this point, you know, i think if we continue down this road, you may have a very low turnout because people are having to choose, i guess, between what they're seeing the lesser of two evils, that's really not what we want. it's, you know, somebody who is going to be positive in the future and future-oriented and as donald trump has called out and spoken for the people who feel like they haven't had a spokesman in washington. and they're angry at the political ruling class and we certainly know that
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hillary clinton is a part of that. >> well, thank you so much, rex. we appreciate you joining us this morning. we will see a boat load of these ads before election day. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> coming up here on the show, as hillary goes after trump's ties to the kkk, one of their supporters just endorsed her. so how will they respond? geraldo rivera is to react at the top of the hour. don't miss that new military family just got a free mortgage home all thanks to operation home front. find out how you can help them and the rest of our heroes. that's next. ♪ let me come home ♪ home is whenever i'm with you ♪ come home ♪ let me come home ♪ (announcer vo) who says your desk phone
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>> red. >> every kid has a favorite color. you like your daddy, his uniform? pretty cool? what is your message for americans to support operation home front? what does it mean to have this opportunity? >> it's an incredible thing. basically we serve, but we don't really expect much in return. we want to make that sacrifice. when you have great companies like operation home front and corporate sponsors that help them it means a lot to us and eases our burden. >> and as a reminder, if you go to cracker barrel, ask how you can buy one of the rocking chairs because a percentage of the money that goes towards the rocking chair goes to the foundation that bought your home. that's an amazing thing. . . >> beautiful family. >> thank you. ivory, thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> your beautiful little guys learning to walk, almost there. >> my little guy. i love it. thank you both. >> a former clinton supporter says their foundation isn't what it seems. >> there is a real creepy vibe
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to me personally at the clinton global initiative. there's this kind of creepy theater that happens. >> geraldo is here to react to that next. >> congratulations.
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tell me something i don't know -- oh-- ohhh! ahh! this is probably more of a breakroom activity. ya think? ♪ good morning, everyone. it is saturday, august 27th, 2016. i'm sandra smith. they are the records that could prove that hillary clinton allowed pay to play at the state department. but you won't see them until after the election. as one clinton supporter admits that's the foundation isn't what it seems. >> there is a real creepy vibe to me personally at the clinton global initiative. this kind of creepy theater that happens, creating this theater of doing good, but it's all about something else. it really feels gross. >> geraldo rivera here to react to that in moments. >> plus, tim kaine says donald trump is a racist. and he's got proof.
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>> he has supporters like david duke connected with the cloou clux klan saying donald trump is their candidate because donald trump is pushing their values. >> how is he going to react when he's all found out. one kkk endorsed his running mate, hillary clinton. >> and her dad made her promise no boys in the car. so what happens when dad found out his teenage daughter broke his rule only one time. "fox & friends" hour four. >> down break it. >> boys, out of the car. ♪ >> cracker barrel operation home front here live all morning long. met a family who has been helped by operation home front. cracker barrel teaming up with them when you buy a rocking chair at cracker barrel.com they will donate one to a military
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family to help decorate their home. >> really neat hearing firsthand from a family that benefited from that, a dream come true. >> an amazing thing. >> they provide immediate needs in real-time for vets and families that need it. they're across the country. support vets stop by a cracker barrel. >> sandra here for tucker and anna this morning. thank you for having us. >> turning to your headlines, we begin with a fox news alert, a man is under arrest charged in the measururders of two catholi nuns. police say he stabbed the two nuns in their mississippi home before stealing their car. he faces two counts of capital murder the women worked as nurse practitioners at a clinic for the poor for the past 30 years. a wake will be held tomorrow and memorial mass on monday. and another fox news alert for you, tragedy surrounding the family of one of the nba's
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biggest stars. the cousin of dwyane wade, shot and killed in chicago, while pushing a baby stroller. caught in the crossfire outside an elementary school by two men targeting someone else. so far no suspects are in custody. the baby in the stroller was not hurt. wade tweeting my cousin was killed today in chicago. another act of senseless gun violence. four kids lost their mom for no reason. unreal. #enough is enough. >> a roller coaster nearly toppling over as six terrified children are still trapped inside. more than a dozen fair goers rushing to the scene to hold up the ride. a track malfunk is blamed for the ride nearly falling over at the bartow county fair in georgia. the ride has been torn down and three others closed for repairs. thankfully no one was hurt. and clayton, teased it
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earlier, the angry dad getting vengeance after finding his daughter fooling around with a boy inside of that car. well that was her car, was her car, past tense. that's mike card using a large piece of machinery to utterly destroy his daughter's customized red audi. the 13-year-old -- $13,000 car, 13,000 maybe was used, keep asking about the price there, was tossed around like a toy as the girl's brother records the ordeal for dad before uploading it in north carolina. it takes just two minutes for the angry dad to turn the car into a mangled piece of metal. >> wow. geraldo rivera has done that repeatedly. >> i wonder if she's the owner of the vehicle.
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he's guilty of a crime. i mean i think that is lunatic behaver. i have three daughters of my five children and watch them like a hawk but that's a little -- >> sometimes you probably want to do that. >> but want to do it basically to the boyfriend and his car. >> right. >> arrested and locked up. >> damage his own equipment. >> we've missed you for a couple weeks. >> i've missed you to. >> what have you been up to? >> on the high seas. you know, i spend a lot of time as sandra knows, i love the ocean. took my hinckley, from edgewater by the george washington bridge here in new york harbor out to martha's vineyard about 200 miles, quite a daunting trip coming back, eight footers. your beautiful wife. >> and a bottle of some great martha's vineyard rum. that rum is from barbados. you know, you foe them, they were with us and the kids.
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a lot of fun into thrilled to have you back. i'm sure that's where hillary clinton would like to be out on the high seas. >> president obama was there. >> avoiding everything. a fox news alert, we got video of what -- >> just word. >> just word we're trying to get the video of hillary clinton arriving in that van at the fbi offices in white plains for her first security briefing. >> white plains, new york. west chester county. >> up north of the city. >> so we have hillary clinton has to release seven months other after seven months finally releasing some of these calendars. we get to see some of her state department records, calendars, the associated press has gone after them to get more released. what we learned in the first batch of calendar appointments, is that people who had paid to the global -- clinton global initiative, clinton foundation had also had meetings whether phone calls or in person meetings with hillary clinton. the rest of those calendars now we're learning will not be released until december 30th,
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after the election. should she call for those calendars to be released before the election? >> first of all, clayton, i have been very frustrated for the last year or more by the inability of the republican party to focus on the real issues concerning hillary clinton. instead of being obsessed with the benghazi bologna and everything that circulated around it. >> it's not bologna. >> once the united states military said they could not intervene to save those people the rest was marginal at best. i'm telling you for them to obsess about that instead of investigating the clinton foundation, the clinton foundation was always as is obvious now, right for investigation. it is a -- this -- i mean i've been to some of those clinton foundation seminars at the hotels near our fox news world headquarters. the lavishness of the spending. the whole vibe that you get there is not one of doing good,
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but rather, it's look at us. i thought that really it was the kind of thing where the inappropriate conduct could be found and i think they have found it in the -- i won't say quid pro quos but the associated press did a magnificent job in getting ahold of her public calendar and showing about 50% or more of her meetings were held with people who either individually or as corporation or as national agencies -- gave money to the foundation. >> [ inaudible ] the right hillary clinton scandal. that sounds like what you're saying. let's hear from somebody who was inside of the foundation right here. >> i feel fairly confident it is not in the top tier -- if you talk to development professionals it is not in the top tier. i have seen their work in haiti up close in person. there's some very good people who work there. but they are -- haiti is one of their singular focuses, a small
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country. they have not had a major impact on haiti. more the performance of very public charity not the actual intervention. >> but it's not good. >> adam davidson contributing to the new yorker, attended the functions you talked about. not even is the money used to pay to play but not effective where it's being applied. >> we don't know if it's used quid pro quo, pay to play yet, that hasn't been established, but the appearance is there that you give money you can have a meeting with the secretary of state. i absolutely agree with everything he said. i mean, to me it did not seem -- i've seen charities working gritty. i was actually with secretary clinton in haiti after the earthquake there and i said to her, you know, this is a country where the government yap per rat tus is ripe with corruption how are you going to straighten this out, throw good money after bad, no, we have safe glguards in
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place and all the rest of it. she was trying to duck me when grabbing her for that interview on the tarmac and i think the clinton foundation is a very, very vulnerable area for the clintons. to your question about whether they are intentionally dragging their feet. in their defense, there are thousands of freedom of information requests for this data, her calendar and so forth. the state department is doing democracy, certainly not the republican party, any favors in the pace, this ga lay shall pace, redacting names, checking for secrets in the -- of, you know, the scheduling and so forth. so i think that they will succeed in delaying the release of further calendar data until past the election. >> to tim kaine for a second. the internet is in an uproar about this. tim kaine acting as the attack dog, going after donald trump for these unsolicited
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endorsements from the kkk. >> who do you like for president, sir? >> hillary clinton. >> do you think whites are superior to african-americans and latinos. >> well, we are god's chosen people. >> oh. >> really confused. tim kaine yesterday on the campaign trail talking about trump values equal kkk values because david duke has thrown his supporter behind donald trump. donald trump has had nothing to do with it. he has not come out and said thank you, i really appreciate it. we're hearing from the grand marshal, grand dragon of the kkk has endorsed hillary clinton. what do you make of that? trouble for the clinton camp? >> hold on. let me say in bold letters, i've known donald trump going into four decades, he doesn't have a racist bone in his body. i know that for a fact. on "celebrity apprentice" four of the 12 candidates were african-american and several latinos and latinas. i think that trump sees one
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color and that color is green. you know, as a businessman. now he sees one color and the color is voter. i think that he helped fuel this notion by being very cynical in his -- and i love the guy -- being very cynical he campaigned going up to the south carolina primary. i was there in south carolina. he did not denounce david duke quickly enough. everybody knows who david duke is. >> h.w. bush called him a big goth. >> what should hillary clinton do with this endorsement? >> david duke. he should have denounced him. black guys getting beat up at the rallies. is hillary clinton going to get asked about this endorsement? >> no. of course she is not. you can lament the unfairness of that all day long but the bottom line is you started this segment with the piece on dwyane wade's cousin being killed as she pushed her toddler for school registration in chicago.
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the mother of four. sdwain dwyane, the nba great and his mom had just appeared on a show via satellite hookup thursday night in chicago about gun violence. and here his cousin is killed. the very next day. it is appalling. that is the civil rights issue of our time. donald trump is absolutely right to speak about it. my complaint is, he should have been doing this for the last year and this election will come down -- will come down to demographics and down to race and right now, he has one demographic, 20 seconds, i was -- i took my vote to a jimmy buffet concert anchored off there, 30 other boats there, all flying trump flags. all flying trump flags. that's one demo he has for sure. the middle-aged white guy voter. >> i don't think we know that much. >> all right. >> thank you. >> informal poll right there. >> that's my poll.
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>> they were playing margari margaritaville. >> they were playing margaritaville. >> have you heard of trump ocrates. why the switch? we'll ask one next. i work 'round the clock.
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well they call themselves the trumocrates. unfortunate name. lifelong democrats breaking from their party to vote for donald trump. what fueled this very drastic move? let's ask one of them. christian, democratic strategist and executive directors of the trumocrates pack and joins us now. why the switch for you? >> good morning. really appreciate by the way you having us on this morning. we -- why did i switch? it's because -- i was a bernie sanders' supporter and once it became clear that he was not going to be the nominee, i
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decided long ago i wasn't going to support hillary clinton. we had to do something about this. there's a complete satisfaction with how things are going in washington. and everybody knows that if hillary is elected, it's going to be more, more of the same thing and i don't know how we can go through that. >> were you disheartened at some of the positions that bernie sanders seemed to switch on towards the end? did it upset you as a bernie sanders' supporter, seeming to fall in line with the rest of the party? >> oh, i mean, he was a lot more acceptable. at least he was genuine and believed what he said. i mean, he -- bernie sanders, i think, was one of the more earnest politicians that's ever run for public office. i was satisfied with him. >> the switch, though, i talked to a lot of bernie supporters at different rallies and one of the things i asked them was that very question, would they support donald trump. they were vehemently
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anti-hillary but would they make the switch to donald trump. almost every person i talked to, said no, they would not. so what about donald trump made you make that leap? >> the economy, jobs. we really need to rebuild the infrastructure and economy in this country and i'll give you an example of the difference between hillary and donald trump. west virginia, when she went through coal country she offered up -- apologized to the folks there and said she was going to come up with a plan to sort of send, you know, checks to them or something or give them some sort of handout and the people in coal country don't want a government check. they want their dignity back. they want jobs. and donald trump has pledged very clearly to rebuild the economy and infrastructure in this country. and that's priority number one. and that's why i'm supporting him. >> well, as we get you out of here on this, you think a lot
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more people will follow you? donald trump says he can sway the bernie supporters? do you buy that? >> we have thousands of people signing up every single day. this is just really taking off right now. donald trump himself tweeted out trumpocrates last night and gave us a shoutout. this thing is taking off quickly and hundreds of thousands of voters have already switched in the key battleground states of ohio and pennsylvania and we're going through these communities and starting a movement. >> the trumpocrates. christian rickers, nice to see you this morning. >> thank you so much. >> appreciate it. >> coming up here on the show, ask anyone in hollywood and there's a good chance they're backing hillary clinton for president. kevin sorebo decided to buck that trend and he will join us live straight ahead. there he is. doctor nearly dies on an operating table leading to what he calls an out of body experience through heaven and hell and survived to tell us
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welcome back. quick headlines and new overnight, kansas city under water, a flash flood there, emergency declared, as water levels went above car doors. up to six inches of rain falling in just two hours in parts of the city. stranding some cars. there were also at least ten water rescues in just one county. and a former n syncer's new business venture leads to an active shooter scare.
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♪ >> joey fatone's hot dog kiosk undergoes a fire inspection at an orlando mall when six balloons are popped followed by a fire alarm. the pops mistaken for gunshots, people running for the exits. nine people were hurt. and over to pete. >> just realized it's not san a sandra, it's smithy. >> he thought he had it all, a mansion and high paying job. a near-death experience opened his world, and would change his life forever. in his book "dieing to wake up" he opens up about his journey from ignorance to spiritual bliss and the highs and lows along the way and joins us now to share his story. doctor, thanks for sharing your story this morning. tell us how you lived life and
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what happened that changed your view on the world? >> you know, i came to america in 1982 and i was a doctor in india. when i came here, i got into the american dream. my american dream became fancy cars, bigger house -- >> materialism. >> materialism. competing with my friends who has the biggest house, like i had a house, 10, 11, on a golf course and lake. so large we had to use iphones to talk to each other. >> you were living a version of the american dream and got sick. what happened? >> and i was having [ inaudible ]. what happened was i was diagnosed with prostate cancer in august of 2008. surgery went fine. and my prostate cancer was gone. but it left me with one complication which is
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incontinence. after 2 1/2 years at ucla los angeles, a professor implanted a special device and unfortunately, that device got infected. i developed redness, swelling. >> emergency surgery. what happened while in surgery. we don't have a lot of time. >> emergency surgery, my consciousness left my body. about 20 minutes, i seen the clock in the operating room, i saw myself near the ceiling of the -- >> watching the surgery. >> i could smell the infected fluid and the nurse was applying oil to the masks so they don't smell. >> you traveled and saw heaven and hell and how do you know you experienced these things? >> i went and met my dead father. i know this because i experienced it. and my main thing is my life changed after that.
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before this incident and the one who woke up were two different beings. >> you said you had an out of body almost experience in the eternal realm heaven and hell transformed to reject the material world and live a more selfless life. >> more selfless life, exactly. >> you said -- what proof do you know that you were able to identify clothing your grandmother was wearing? >> my mother and my sister, i saw them in india and about two or three days later, why are you talking like this. the main thing i remember, the joke, that they told in the operating room. >> folks who might have skepticism can read the book and judge themselves but the message of the book is anyone can transform their life. >> my main message is, you do not need to have a near-death experience to transform. transform, forgiveness love and healing. >> working for something higher or greater than yourself. >> that's the biggest.
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even modern science, psychology proves that something bigger than your own needs. >> the name of the book is dieing to wake up. thank you for sharing this experience and folks can check it out and read themselves. it's a best seller. thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> you got it. >> all right. ask anyone in hollywood there's a good chance they're backing hillary clinton for president. well, but kevin sorbo decided to buck that trend. we will ask him next. sick of slow drivers blocking the fast lane, of course. never again. because the government they've come calling and they have a plan. a new regulation on your gas pedal. stick around. can't see it. can't taste it.
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♪ ♪ i've been sleep walking >> will be performing later this hour, looking at our plaza, the cracker barrel setup, the stage, that is set up outside with the cracker barrel rocking chairs. >> that is going to be a nice -- >> like our version with cam performing to rocking chairs. >> set up a country store on our
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plaza. when you buy one of their rocking chairs they will donate one to a military family which is fantastic. >> one of the families that benefited and had a house for them just on the plaza. >> great way to reward. >> your headlines. harrowing accounts are surfacing of kayla mueller's time as an isis hostage. other former hostages coming forward saying she was tortured, verbally abused and raped. despite the horrors a danish freelance photographer says she defended her christian faith even to executioner jihadi john. >> to say you know something oh, this is kayla and she's been held by herself and much stronger than you guys and she's much smarter, she converted into islam and then she was like no, i didn't. >> mueller was held captive by isis operatives more than a year and a half before it's believed she was killed. the obama administration
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under fire by an immigrant. a honduran woman filing a lawsuit claiming her and her 7-year-old child were mistreated while being held in a family detention center more than four months. she says they feared for their lives in honduras only to arrive in the u.s. to be separated from the boy's father and held in harsh conditions and facilities in texas. she claims they were denied food and even medication for the boy. the government says bad things happen at 68 miles per hour. ♪ >> yeah, like that. not. the national highway traffic administration proposing to capping the speed of large vehicles at 68 miles per hour. a special device would physically prevent trucks and buss from hitting that speed.
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in hopes of reducing fatal crashes and to save on gas. that sounds like a technology thing that we need to be aware of. >> save on gas. thank you. all right. we want to bring you to kevin sorbo, great actor joining us to talk about a film and some stuff? politics. nice to see you. always great to have you. >> great to be here. >> welcome to the show. >> love to come here. >> you're in the nest out there in hollywood. >> i'm in the nest. >> the liberal nest. >> it is. >> and you've thrown your support behind donald trump. >> i have thrown my support behind him, yes. >> how is that going? >> never goes well. come on. look i got hit up -- tmz always waiting at l.a.x. this guy comes up to me and says, who -- who would jesus vote for. i said lesser of two evils i would go along with trump. look at hillary. jesus, god support lying, support killing. not saying she's a killer but let people die in benghazi. wasn't four people, ton of
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people she left behind there. >> do you pose that question to your colleagues in hollywood and say what has hillary clinton done no i've always done that and never got an answer from anybody. here's the thing, i pretty much in my life was an independent voter, look at both sides of the issues. gri up in minnesota. parents were democrats. >> hubert humphrey. >> vikings as well. >> lot of -- [ inaudible ]. >> but you know, i also had great debates with my mom and dad about this. i think kind of sort of wake up a little bit as i tell when we get in the debates in l.a., i said, what do you think of jfk. we love jfk. his 1960 inauguration speech, tell me today that's where democrats are. his biggest thing is ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country. we now live in a country everybody wants free stuff. >> the education system reinforces that. >> way to control the population. >> hollywood contributes to
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that. >> it's weird to me. a lot of the big a-listers out there so wealthy they can afford to be socialists. >> so you make the distinction you haven't endorsed trump. you support him. what is your hess stanty behind using that word? >> i just think if you endorse somebody you're giving -- i mean look i've gold wifed with the m wonderful three days with him and jesse ventura at lake tahoe. >> to be a fly on that wall. >> it was an interesting three days. >> amazing but i'm going -- i'm going to support him and vote for him because to me it's like wow, what have we got. >> there's something you don't like? >> no. >> a fear you own everything when you endorse. >> yeah. that's more what it is. i'm not against what he stands for. i'm just, you know, i'm just kind of the way i am. >> let me grab this book. >> okay. >> they're your kids, by mrs. sorbo. come on in. >> scoot over.
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>> men stand up. >> men stand up. >> sorry. >> nice to meet you. >> talking about education and this is something so important, we were talking earlier on the show, whether you talk about hillary clinton or the obama administration and policy ps in schools, george bush, no child left behind. the two candidates, looking at the education policies in our country what does this book tackle and why do you want to talk about education and why is this important. >> there's a reason bernie sanders did so well in his run because we're raising a generation that supports socialism. they've been told socialism is grandpa with candy, they haven't been taught the truth it's killed over 100 million people alone. we are raising a generation of uneducated children and not only that, you have to look at our civics not teaching civics anymore. one third of the american population can't pass a civics test, natural born citizens, where 97.5% of immigrants who want to become citizens can pass
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the same test. >> now why is our government not teaching the citizenry about civics and role of the government? our government is of the people, by the people, for the people and our government is not teaching our citizens that is the role of government, they're teaching our citizens that government is a nanny and we're almost -- >> watch you -- >> it's true. >> i was wondering what your house is like, the conversations you two have, because you are so politically motivated and so vested in this country. >> politics and religion nothing controversi controversial. >> i love the title of your book. they're your kids. people assume they're in public school and they're taken care of, but whether it's home school -- >> what blows my mind, makes so much sense, i could never teach my kids. what you're saying through public education you have no knowledge teaching a third grader how to do anything. >> but you're willing to send
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them back into the same system that is argue gly worse. nine overhauls of our public education system in 27 years and not one has worked and still knocking on the same door. >> throw more money at them. >> yeah. we always throw more money. >> that's the thing. >> my point it's not that hard to home school. it's an incredible blessing. it is just as much work as sending your children to school, only you reap the benefits of a great relationship with your children. >> and they may know u.s. history. >> and they'll know u.s. history. >> right. >> and you will learn as well, it is the most incredible blessing to keep your children home with you and teach them yourself, simply not as hard. the school system wants you to believe. >> pictures of moms jumping for joy when it's back to school time. >> how sad is that. >> i know it is sad. >> i want to ask you about the movie "let there be light." tell us about the movie. >> my wife wrote with dan gordon, and denzel washington --
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[ inaudible ] we just finished three or four weeks in birmingham, got up here, sean hannity funding it. >> excellent. >> got to speak with sean on monday. and -- and we head back to l.a. for more visual effects and will release christmastime 2017. >> if you need another news person for the film, i know a guy. >> sean is a fan. i did a movie "god's not dead" made over $100 million worldwide, another one "what if" a lot of people that want these movies and strong values and morals. >> thank you for being a light with what you do. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> the book called "they're your kids"" and check out the new movie. >> thank you so much. >> what what happens when al sharpton takes on the pastor known for his support of donald trump. >> i don't know what his policies are. >> i think he's been clear reverend al he said give parents the opportunities to choose the schools their children should attend. >> ouch. that pastor joins us next. and she's a rising star in the
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music of country -- the country music world and teaming up with cracker barrel to support our troops. cam will join us and perform live straight ahead.
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ourselves. pastor mark burns here, just had a closed-door meeting with trump and other minority leaders and others and joins me to set the record straight. that exchange with al sharpton. >> sure. >> what did you make of that and did you get anywhere with him? >> you know, not that much. obviously, i think it was kind of like a hit piece, you know, they just want to get out -- get after you -- >> because you kind of kept getting louder and louder. felt so frustrated you couldn't get your point -- >> you have to. the message is so important. mr. trump's message is so important. america's message is so important. >> what is trump's message to minorities? you had this meeting this week. you met with donald trump. it was this group of black and hispanic leaders. what was the message he put forward there? >> the power is in education. i mean, it was amazing to see the african-american -- african-american, will latino muslim leaders, haitian leaders, all together, echoing the same thing, the number one issue
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plaguing the minority community is education. parents need the right to choose the schools their children can go to. >> some critics say he hasn't put forward the details on education policy. did he say anything further in that meeting that raised your confidence level that he knows what to do with the education system in this country? >> again, there's so many children and under performing schools in the country. some children based off where they're born where they live, already do fail the moment they enter the school system. and so no matter what takes place after that, they have a large perceiling. donald trump understands that. those of us in the african-american or minority communities understand that. we have to give power back into the hands of the parents so that their children can receive the best possible education they can in this country. right now, that's not taking
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place. >> are you confident that trump can win over a bigger chunk of the minority vote? >> there's an amazing turn of events that's taking place. you have no idea how many african-americans and minorities really support donald trump. >> sure thing. >> it is true that right now in this political climate donald trump is -- is -- has appeared to be this, as the media portrayed him this racist bigot. largely based off lies. the fact of the matter is there's so many african-americans in this country going to be voting for donald trump in november. >> pastor burns good to get your pur sp-- perspective. >> she is a rising star in the country music world. cam, did you meet her back stage? you have the chance. teaming up with cracker barrel to support our troops on the plaza, cam will perform next live. ♪ i've been sleep walk iing ♪
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how fun is this, a country girl who loves rockers, cracker barrel rockers, that is. >> and so, of course, she's excited that the store will be carrying her debut full length album untamed which i have a copy of already. cam, nice to see you. >> wonderful to be here. >> great to have you here. your album in cracker barrel stores. teaming up to get the message out about operation home front. why was this important for you? >> when we're on the road it's our home away from home. we stop, go into the stores, eat
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home style cooking, sit on the rocking chairs. always wanted one. >> cam, please take it away. >> right here, go for it. thank you. >> [ inaudible ] way too soon for everyone to remind you that everyone you've loved and has loved you has built a village in your heart and never far away as long as you remember that. ♪ ♪ i'd never leave you alone i've within watching over you like older brothers do ♪ ♪ since the day you were born
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amazing performance. thank you. performed "village" off her album "untamed". >> we have a special surprise. >> we do. >> i'm like excited to say it. >> want to introduce it. >> the flager family is here. >> come on up here. operation home front. and i believe we have a special surprise for you, beyond what you've already talked about
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today. >> yeah. i'm actually -- my first headlining tour the burning house tour is this fall, before tickets on sale to give you a first set of tickets. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> it's not going away. a judge ordering the release of even more clinton e-mails as donald trump and others call for a special prosecutor. they want an independent investigation into the pay to play allegation between the state department and donors to the clinton foundation. so would a special prosecutor be worth the cost to taxpayers? i'm dagen mcdowell in for brenda buttner. this is "bulls and bears." the bulls and bears this week, gary, jonas, john, along with lisa and jessica. welcome to everybody. lisa, is a special prosecutor worth the cost? >> absolutely. the obama administration has sh

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