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good morning. it is sunday, august 28th, 2016. i'm sandra smith and this is a fox news alert. brand-new e-mails this morning revealing, showing exactly what went on between the clinton foundation and hillary clinton's state department. doing backdoor deals for multi-million dollar donors. plus, donald trump under fire for bringing up the death of an nba star's cousin on the campaign trail. >> a mother of four was killed while pushing her infant child in a stroller, just walking down the street. it's horrible. it's horrible. >> so is a tragedy like this off-limits? well, even when the facts are
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correct, we're going to report, you decide. and star-spangled backlash. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick refusing to rise for the national anthem on friday night because he says our country is racist. so how are his fans reacting? ♪ >> not good. >> whoa! >> i think we know how he feels. >> "fox and friends" starts right now. good morning, everyone! >> good morning. >> wow. >> welcome in on this sunday morning. >> despite the colin kaepernick craziness, it's almost football season. >> it is. >> a hint of fall in the area. >> you're one of those guys who has a countdown inside of your office, where you're marking off
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the days. >> 100%. the vikings play today at 1:00. just the sounds in the background, working yesterday, just the music, it's all familiar, it sounds like america. >> i love football, but i don't have a countdown clock. >> one week until -- >> september 11th is the first of the games. >> we have a fox news alert we have to get to right now. new e-mails revealed this morning, showing the state department traded favors with the clinton foundation at the quali request of millions of dollars. let me throw up some of the numbers on the screen. it's remarkable. >> these are some donors to the clinton foundation. you have a gentleman by the name of bob mccann, the president of ubs donated -- these are just ranges of what they donated. that's what they report. judith rodin and hikmet ersek. >> d a$500,000 up to $1 million.
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and we know that there were specific requests that were being made of hillary clinton. huma abedin. there was an e-mail exchange that went on with the head of the foundation or somebody significant at the foundation. huma abedin was asked, can we get her at biden's table? >> during a dinner. >> and this was referring to dr. judith rodin. this is significant. this is somebody who contributed a lot of money to the foundation, that then was in direct contact with hillary clinton's inside circle, within the state department, asking for what appears to be a favor >> aand getting close to clinton. >> so put this back up on the screen. that's doug band who works for bill, he's asking huma abedin, who works for the secretary of state, and he's asking, can we get this guest? >> it's a web, but the most
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simple web. doug band works for hillary, huma works for bill. and citizens united got these e-mails released. another freedom of information request that had to be complied with by the state department. the state department's not giving up any of this willfully, neither is hillary clinton. i don't know if this is the original batch or the deleted e-mails, it's confusing which e-mails they are. but it points to direct evidence of, they gave money, get them at the table. give them access. >> hillary says it's okay because of those public calendars that were released yesterday, she said, these were people that i would want to meet with. these are people i would want to rub elbows with and get their takes on the world. >> and there are revelations of other e-mails like that, banned at the foundation, forwarded to abidine, on behalf of a south american businessman, who also donated $1 million to the foundation, who was looking for
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special access to hillary clinton. >> this is why charles krauthammer the other night on "special report" saying -- you know, we were focused on benghazi, but the e-mail server, the reason that the e-mail server is so important, according to charles, is this. >> >> you're right. the intent to cover up the connections to the foundation. >> so also, donald trump facing a bit of heat over a tweet he sent out yesterday, over news we covered first thing morning. the media is blasting donald trump for citing the death of dwyane wade's cousin, remember, his cousin was pushing a baby stroller with a toddler in it outside of an elementary school in chicago yesterday, when she got caught in some cross fire and was killed. and donald trump tweeted about it yesterday and a lot of people -- >> yeah, how the media characterized his response. the "daily news" says, trump uses death of dwayne wade's cousin to boast odds. >> let's be clear what the tweet
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was. he said, duane wade's cousin was shot and killed while walking in chicago. justsaying, african-americans will vote trump. >> so he was blasted for that. >> and after a misspelling, he pulled that tweet from his twitter account. he deleted it, and he row posted a new tweet saying, my condolences to dwyane wade and his family on the loss of nikia aldridge. they are in my thought and prayers. >> and he gets out there on the stump and tries to clarify that in iowa yesterday. and listen to his words and see if his next 30 or 40 seconds clarify what he was trying to say. listen. >> more than 6,000 african-americans are the victims of murder. of murder, every single area. just yesterday, the cousin of nba star, dwayne wade, a great
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guy, dwyane wade, was the victim of a tragic shooting in chicago. she was the mother of four and was killed while pushing her infant child in a stroller just walking down the street. it's horrible. it's horrible. and it's only getting worse. this shouldn't happen in our country. this shouldn't happen in america. >> 65 homicides alone in chicago in july. and donald trump is pointing out, this is something we should be outraged about. and isn't the left's outrage conveniently selected. they're saying, no more condolences and thoughts and prayers when it's a black lives matter killing. but in this case, they rush to say, why didn't he just say sympathy and condolences? we should be just as fed up about the death of a 32-year-old woman in chicago, a black woman, as we are anyone else. >> he's not being challenged on
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the facts, he's being challenged on the timing and the use of that -- >> and he has a long list of doing this, after what happened in orlando, it seems like he was tying himself politically to the type of response, under my watch, this type of thing wouldn't happen. and people thinking, can you add a little bit of space between when something tragic happens and you want people to get out the vote for you. but that's donald trump. >> it is donald trump. but don't you feel like those tweets we get otherwise, they feel so empty from politician. it does feel too early, too soon oftentimes, but that's part of the appeal of him, too, let's cut to the chase. >> i don't know if you were watching, we were talking about football at the top of the show. if you look at your facebook feed, it's like the top-trending topic on facebook. friday night, the 49ers game against the green bay packers, niners qb, colin kaepernick, during the national anthem, everyone gets up, everyone's crying and has a hand over their heart, but take a look at the sideline photo of colin kaepernick at the game.
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he's sitting at the bottom, on the bench, didn't get up. and when he was questioned about it, the reason he didn't get up, because he said american oppresses african-americans. >> he doesn't want to stand for a country, for a flag that oppresses black people, is what he said. i dare him to do that sitting in front of a veteran or a gold star mother. >> how does that make you feel as a veteran? >> the amount of sacrifice that was used to purchase that and give freedom to so many people. and he arrogantly sits there and says, not my flag. and we saw the introof the burning of the jersey, good for that fan. the fans will be fired up. >> an interestinging ing aangl adopted and raised by white parents. he's been very outspoken on his twitter account about civil rights issue and is -- >> so he's oppressed, he's a mediocre quarterback at best, and he has a $100 million contract. he's oppressed? >> $19 million a year? >> let us know your thoughts on
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that. friends@foxnews.com. you can weigh in on that. we'll have randall hill coming up on the show. >> ask him how feels about that. >> also running for congress. >> by the way, the nfl is not defending his move, but saying that this is allowed. he won't be punished for it and you can protest and support the anthem. >> of course, you can! it's a free country. >> america. turning now to your headlines, brand-new details surrounding the savage stabbing of two catholic nuns in rural mississippi. the suspect, rodney sanders confessing to police, but gave no reason for committing the crime and we're learning he has a long criminal history. the 46-year-old's record spans three decades and covers everything from robber to dui. he's charged with two counts of capital murder. a wake for the sisters is being held today. and horror at 30,000 feet. a southwest jet forced to land mid-flight after part of its
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main engine rips off on the way to orlando, from new orleans. flying metal gash the plane and causing a loud bang. 95 passengers and four crew members all forced to put on oxygen asks as the pilot told air traffic control, quote, we're down to the line. no one was hurt. the ntsb is investigating. wow, what a scary moment for those passengers and crew. we are getting our first look at the vandalism that started the whole lochte confrontation with police in rio. if you look carefully, you can see where a poster used to hang outside of the gas station. lochte and three other u.s. swimmers were then confronted by authorities, an incident he admitted to exaggerating as an armed robber. he has been charged by brazilian police for falsely reporting it as a crime. and those are your headlines on this sunday morning. i believe rick is standing by with our weather. >> welcome your opinions on
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that. >> have you heard of 99l this week? >> do explain. >> the meteorological world is crazy over this 99l. that means it's an area that's being investigated, it's been investigated all week long, a wave that came off the africa coast and right here between the florida straits this morning. that little area. now, we've thought all along that it's going to become something tropical. and we're not done with it just yet. the water temperature is not incredibly warm. plenty warm. the tropical models we look at, still kind of all over the place. the point is, not development just yet, but we're not through with this yet and we could be looking at some sort of a development here over the next couple of days. we'll continue to keep you posted. we've also had tropical moisture here across the central gulf. more rain across louisiana yesterday. today we're going to see this again. a little bit heavier across parts of east texas and the threat for a little bit of
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flooding, as well. temperature wise, it is still solidly summer. usually this time of year, you start to get a little hint that fall's coming. not yet. >> almost a cool breeze last night. maybe because i turned on the air-conditioning, opened the door, and walked outside. >> i'm with you. small business owners rejoiced when donald trump declared war on federal regulations yesterday. and when you hear our next guest's story, you'll understand why. she was fined $2 million just for hosting a birthday party. and the question every american wants answered. who will play hillary clinton in donald trump's mock debate? this morning, we may know the answer and she's a friend of the show. . marie starts her fettucini with chicken and broccoli with tender white meat chicken
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do we have any farmers in the room? do we have any -- stand up. i want to see what our farmers -- stand up. that's a lot of farmers. family farms are the backbone of this country, remember that. the thing that most surprised me was going all over the country and talking about that massive tax cut and also for the middle class, but the massive small business and business tax cut, our the reduction by a lot of regulations. 100% of the people i talk to feel more strongly about the regulation. >> that was donald trump yesterday at jonie ernst's roast and ride in iowa vowing to cut taxes and federal regulations for farmers across the country. it's welcome news to many, like our next guest who was fined, this is not a joke, $2 million for hosting a birthday party on her own property. martha boneta, owner of liberty
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farms in virginia, owns us now. thank you for being here. >> good morning. thank you for having me. >> that's a heck of a headline. you own a farm. you've been fined $2 million over a number of years, in particular, for hosting a birthday party on your property. why? >> well, we were threatened with up to $15,000 a day in fines for engaging in farming and traditional practices and ag agrotourism that family farmers have engaged in forever, that are as traditional as apple pie. we're witnessing a war. and farmers are the backbone and heartbeat of america. >> they are the backbone and heartbeat, no doubt about it. you were fined for farming. what aspect of farming were you fined for and who fined you? >> it was my childhood dream to be a farmer, so in 2006, my family purchased liberty farm and we started growing tomatoes
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and vegetables and i have an e produce honey, and we were threatened with up to $15,000 a day in fines for not having a site plan, special exception permit, administrative permit, full-blown hearing for engaging in farming. and selling our tomatoes and our vegetables and havinging agrotourism activities that help small family farmers be viable on a family farm. it was devastating. i grew up in a family that my mom and dad taught me if we worked really hard we could be whatever we want in life. >> you can do anything you want in life, unless you don't have a permit and the zoning administrator is coming after you. what's your next step? you're under a pile of $2 million in potential fines. did you file the permits and change the way you operate?
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are you continuing to operate at liberty farms? what's the outcome? >> well, we were threatened with up to $15,000 a day and our farm was shut down when we were in full-on harvest. i am still in ongoing litigation, but we are farming right now at liberty farm. and our doors are open. we did fight very hard and pass legislation to help small family farmers, to provide truly unlimited potential opportunity for farmers to be viable, without farming in fear, without the threat of not knowing, you know, any day when they're going to be hit with all of these violations and ultimately shut down and prevented from truly fulfilling the american dream, to be able to farm in peace and be as successful as you can be on a family farm. >> who'd have thunk it, the right to not farm in fear in america. martha boneta, thank you very much. hosting pumpkin politics at your location on september 10th. >> absolutely. celebration of the american farmer. what happens when you try to google "hillary clinton health
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we are back with some headlines. a desperate search underway right now for two missing passengers after a small plane plunges into a lake. a cessna aircraft carrying three people crashes near a new orleans airport. a good samaritan rescued a female passenger. she was taken to the hospital. her condition is unknown. certainly in our prayers. and two giant sinkholes causing a traffic nightmare on a busy miami road. troopers quickly taking action, shutting down awe southbound
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lanes of the florida turnpike. trapping some drivers for hours. they say a water main caused the break -- excuse me, caused the sinkhole. crews have been working through the night to fix that break that caused the sinkholes. no word yet on when the road will reopen. that's scary. sandra, over to you. >> thank you very much. during the national anthem at friday night's pre-season game in san francisco, 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick renudr refused to stand, due to his views on how the country treats racial minorities. he said, i am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. i'm not looking for approval if they take football away, my endorsements from me, i know i stood up for what is right. here to address this, randal hill. as you can imagine, people are up in arms over this. people are even burning his
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jersey in protest of what he did. what do you make of it? >> that's freedom of speech, to burn those jerseys. but he does have freedom of speech and freedom of expression not to stand up. but me, personally, i show respect, because there are a lot of people who are black, why, hispanic, who have made the ultimate sacrifice for this country, and the freedom that we do have. i will stand tall and salute the sl flag and put my hand over my heart. >> the nfl has issued a statement in response to this saying he won't be punished for it, but they say, quote, players are encouraged, but not required to stand during the playing of the national anthem. that being said, with a move like this, is kaepernick going to be employable? are other teams going to want him to play for them? could this end his career? >> well, he's going to be able to play, because he has that talent.
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buddy ryan would have us stand on the sidelines and he would film the playing of the national anthem, and if you moved at all, that was a $1,500 fine. so we take pride it. like i said, you have freedom of speech, but you have to show respect to the people who have gone before you, who have prayed and who have given you some of the freedoms that you have for generations to come so i will always show respect for the flag. >> okay. so he's clearly got some frustrations here. he says, i'm got going to stand to show pride in a flag for a country that has oppresses black people. he was fined in the league for using the n-word. this is a man who is adopted, biracial, raised by white parents, has white siblings. he's been very outspoken on social media platforms about civil rights. he clearly is using the football field as a very loud microphone and a to protest. as you see it, was there a better way for him to make a
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statement? >> there could have been. he could have gone out and spoken to some of the political leaders to try to get those racial justices clarified. but, you know, again, everyone has a freedom of speech, and we can talk on the show and he can do it on the field, but i have to make sure i show respect to my forefathers and my grandparents and people who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. people who have died in vietnam and many a wars to give us those freedoms. and i will show respect for the flag. >> he's currently in a $6 million deal, making $114 million over that period of time and when you look at social media, there's a lot of people saying, well, you're gladly taking that check from an american-based organization. he's certainly not protesting with his paycheck. by the way, he is not, as we should point out, the first u.s.-based athlete to protest the national anthem. 1996, an nba player, mahmoud abdul rauf, he refused to stand
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for the anthem, and then the nba initially suspended him for his stance, and then it was lifted. they said that they agreed to let him stand and pray during the anthem. it's an unbelievable story that is really lighting up the internet right now. a lot of people talking about it. good to have you here today, randal hill. >> thank you for having me. >> all right. well, what do you make of this? e-mail us at friends@foxnews.com. everybody seems to have an opinion on that. the troubled phoenix v.a. hospital about to get in its sixth boss in less than three years. but will things actually change this time around? a former patient who explains the health care problems inside joins us just ahead. and it could be the biggest discovery in the universe. a second earth in our backyard. will there be life on this planet? how long will it take us to get there. hey there, starting your search for the right used car?
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♪ a little men at work for you. "who can it be now." it's a question every american wants answered. who is playing hillary clinton in donald trump's mock-up debates. you know the new mock-up debates. what about this. it's fox news contributor and
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our friend, laura ingram. this tough lady may be standing in for trump's democratic challenger. she hasn't confirmed anything yet, but ingram has reportedly been casually coaching the republican nominee on his platform over bacon cheeseburgers and coca-cola. now, only time will tell how well her coaching is going. the first presidential debate, of course, is september 26th. >> can i get like facebook live of that coverage? just some insight. it would be amazing. >> you really need a tough lady who's going to stand up and throw it back at him. and it's weird, because she has to kind of personify hillary clinton in that. >> when you do you jump out of character? how long do you stay in character? that would be fascinating -- >> do you want to go to lunch after this? i'm not going to lunch with you! >> i love it! let's get to your headlines this morning. if you are searching for information about hillary clinton's health, good luck googling. a new report says the search
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engine an censoring results. if you type in hillary clinton's health on google, you get all types of suggestions that have nothing at all to do with her help. but they do come up if you try to search engine "bing" and the same with yahoo. the murder trial that captivated america is still claiming his innocence. >> the sheriff was told by police, you have the wrong guy. >> steven avery spent 18 years in prison for something he didn't do. >> 18 years. >> 18 years. >> all right. the lawyer of "making a murderer," steven avery is filing a motion for extensive testing of dna, she says, will prove he was framed, again. avery spent 18 years in prison on a false rape conviction. he is now facing a life sentence for murdering teresa hall buck on halloween in 2005. well, tomorrow the u.s. will reach its target of 10,000
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syrian refugees. it's part of a year-long resettlement program, one that has been at the center of attacks, being called a potential security threat. some lawmakers, however, say, refugees are thoroughly screened. close to 5 million syrians have filed civil war -- very fled civil war since 2011. and if hillary clinton wins the white house, we could see that number increase even more on their way here. and those are your headlines. rick wright is standing by outside with a look at our forecast. >> it is a really beautiful morning out. and that's going to be the case for a lot of people, but it's going to heat up today and then we'll see some storms. take a look at the maps and you'll see what i'm talking about here. here's your temps. 70s for everybody, a little bit cooler out across the west. aside from that, we are still in summer and it is a little bit muggy when you have that heat and the humidity, you end up getting some afternoon pop-up thunderstorms. we'll see that again across the
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northeast. a pretty warm day, and not a washout for anybody, which is good news. down across the southeast, south florida, we'll have some of that influence from that tropical entity that's out there. we'll see some scattered showers, but some heavier rain around the houston area could cause some localized flooding. same goes around the new orleans area. and then we'll see some showers around parts of oklahoma and texas. and into the northern plains, the same story. a bit of a front moving through. you can see the heavier showers across parts of kansas into iowa, and it will be warm across the far northern plains. some spots into the 90s. all right, guys, back to you inside. >> rick, you're going to love this story, as a space nerd, i know you'll be a big fan. it could be the biggest discovery in the universe. researchers founding an earth-like planet orbiting the sun in our celestial backyard. it might be the closest possible home nor life outside of our solar system. just a mere 4 million -- or 4 light years away. how do we get there and could it happen in our lifetime? could we send a space probe
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there? joining us to discuss is the space gal, emily callendreti. you say this is a big deal. why is it a big deal? >> this is huge news. of course, astronomers need to do a number of follow-up observati observations. it is 4.25 light years away, as you said, which means that if we could travel at the speed of light, it would take us 4.25 light years -- >> which is how long -- >> now, we can't travel at the speed of light. that would take us 4.25 years to get there. >> so we could send a space probe there to examine it. what do we hope to find there? what do the scientists find when they train their observatory on this planet. what do we find? >> so, it's important to note that we cannot travel at the speed of light. we can't even travel with current technologies a significant portion of the speed of light. if we could travel as fast as
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the fastest moving spacecraft that humans have ever built, it would still take us 20,000 years to get there. >> so you're telling me there's a chance. >> yeah. but what's exciting about this planet was that it's about earth size. it's 1.2 times the size of earth, which is important. we think it's a rocky planet, which is a necessary criteria for what we think a planet needs to be to support life. and it's also in the goldilocks zone of its star, which means it's in the just-right distance away from its star, to support liquid water on its surface. so that's a big deal. liquid water is a necessary ingredient for life as we know it. so this is huge. this is huge news. >> so let's talk about the gravity here. what does the sun look like? does the sun look like our sun and is the planet -- i understand it's a little bit bigger, what does that mean? i would actually -- i put on some christmas weight, let's be honest, and i still haven't gotten it off by the end of the
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summer. does that mean i would be heavier on proxima-b, this planet? >> you would likely be. we need to do a number of follow-up observations to understand what the gravity would be like on this planet, but because it is bigger, we would assume you would be about 30% heavier on this planet. and the star is a little bit different than our sun. the star there is a red dwarf, it's a little bit smaller, a lot dimmer. and even though it's the closest star to our solar system, you can't even see it in the night sky with your naked eye. it's that dim. >> so we can't get there. shoot! well, this is exciting stuff -- >> well, the exciting thing is there are projects in the works. there are smart people like mark zuckerberg and stephen hawking working on a project called star shot. it would be this revolutionary technology that could get us there within 20 years. and this would be a new technology, it's probably decades and billions of dollars away, but there are people, very smart people, working on ways to get it there faster. >> i saw hawking say we could do it in 20 years. i would love to see that. that's probably where we need to
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recorded his visit to the clinic. take a listen. >> it is a nightmare. >> yeah, it doesn't work and there is no number to press for primary care. >> no. and it just irritates the living hell out of me. >> is the v.a. the best system in the world? no. but honestly, i can only do what i can do. i'm given 500 patients on may 23rd. 500. so it's impossible. >> the doctor says, is the v.a. system the best in the world? well, no. two days after steve cooper leaked the shocking tape, the v.a. director at that location stepped down. now that the phoenix v.a. is on its sixth boss since the v.a. scandal broke. so should veterans expect more of the same? here to weigh in is u.s. army veteran steve cooper who revealed those tapes. thanks for joining us this morning. >> how are you? >> what pushed you to the point of saying, hey, i've got to go
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in and record what i'm hearing. are these tapes indicative of the treatment you and others have is this a one-off? >> this is absolutely systemic. so, you know, i wanted to really highlight and show people how we're treated at the phoenix v.a. so this is not a one-off at all, pete. >> you say it's systemic. i want to put up a statement from the phoenix v.a. you know, in their response to these tapes. they said, it appears the manner in which our provider staff communicated and interacted with this patient on this day was not in keeping with our values. they say, it appears our veterans deserve the very best care. it says, it appears on this day wit , in this particular instance, it wasn't in keeping with treatment. is this the kind of treatment, is this something that happens just one day or are veterans at phoenix and across the country facing this every day? >> pete, this happens every single day, i think, in every
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single v.a. throughout the country. we wouldn't have thousands of veterans who have died waiting for care if this was just a one-off again. so we know this type of behavior, that type of care, this inability for the government to effectively to manage its health care is happening constantly throughout the country. >> steve, unfortunately, you served our great country, you were diagnosed with cancer, and in that sense, you've been pushed to try to get more done more quickly. you're dedicated to this cause of exposing what's happening. the purpose of your visit to try to get access to choice, the choice card in the system. is that choice working for someone like you or others to get a referral and go outside the system? >> it's absolutely not working. one example, pete. i went in for a few different complaints and one was a difficulty breathing. it took me 30 days to get the first appointment. and by the time they got the referral and had the scans done, it was another month. so two months from the times i
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first presented difficulty breathing to my doctor until i actually had any scans done with the possible pulmonary embolism. >> and this is a former first sergeant who served in the infantry with late-stage prostate cancer. you can't get an appointment unless you march in there and try to get a recording to show what's happening. how are you going to be treated going forward at the phoenix v.a.? >> fortunately, we also have private health care insurance. but this isn't about me anymore. my cards have been dealt. this is a battle for other veterans. and we have to highlight how the v.a. is treating other veterans. therefore, future veterans are served better, but also those that actually want to join the military will join, because they know that the government is going to take care of them after they serve. >> steve cooper, thank you for your courage. thank you for exposing this. certain groups are still saying things aren't broken. the government union says, everything's great when you walk into the v.a. not what we heard behind the
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scene. not what you've seen and so many other veterans have scene. thanks for your courage and for joining us this morning. >> thank you for your courage, pete. >> a fox news alert. the other shoe -- other multiple shoes are about to drop for hillary clinton. brand-new e-mails show the clinton foundation allies got special treatment at the state department. backdoor deals for multim multimillion-dollar donors. and they aren't even out of the white house yet, but the obama's love story, well, it's already a movie. >> he invited me to a community event. >> so what's this boy's name? >> barack obama. >> barack o-what-a. >> another fox news alert. does hollywood have a political hidden agenda? we'll explore and more.
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we love chick flicks. the box office is getting political this weekend with the up close look at the first couple's first date in chicago. >> i thought it wasn't a date. >> it isn't. going to an awful lot of trouble for just another smooth talking brother. >> he's a summer associate. i told y'all about, the one from harvard law. he invited me to a community event. >> so what's this boy's name? >> barack obama. >> barack o-what-a? >> it looks picture perfect, but does this classic love story have a hidden agenda? >> we'll see. here to weigh in, caitlin collins. caitlin, you have watched this.
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what do you make of "southside"? >> hold on. let me ask this first question. i'm thoroughly researched on this. you set out what you guys were joking at the commercial, a chick flick, a love story, you set out for that, but you ended up with something else. >> it's supposed to be feel-good and charming but make no mistake it's supposed to glorify barack obama and his presidency. hollywood is infatuated with him. he's been close with celebrities throughout his entire presidency. a month ago at his birthday there were celebrities. it shows the love story of barack obama and hollywood. >> it tells a deeper story about the city of chicago, race relations there, the time at which they met. it really ends up to be somewhat of a historical movie. >> it is. but they use barack obama to like, you know, make viewers sympathize with race relations
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back then. they're using their love story to tell that story instead. >> you mentioned some of the back story, meetings at the white house. what is more of the back story here? how did this film get made? who is behind this thing? >> it really shows how close he is with them. they want to cement his legacy as one of the greatest president of all-time. he is hollywood's ideal president. this is one of many good-bye cards i think from hollywood before he leaves. >> it looked interesting. i watched that trailer and this next film which you also watched. watching this trailer drove me nuts. didn't have an agenda, did it? >> no, not at all. >> we have a clip. roll it. >> welcome to the land of the free. >> do i have the plot right?
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deranged rancher shoots illegal immigrants, the entire film? >> they used deranged in the sn synopsis. this paints conservatives as gun toting murderers and race icht because they believe in strong borders and protecting their country. it shows what los angeles thinks of donald trump supporters. they show you that they're crazy, they're predators, they'll shoot anyone that crosses the border. instead of people who just wants strong borders. >> the guy in the movie are crazy. this guy is faking a rifle and justice into his own hands. >> right. the guy who crosses the border is this noble immigrant who is like their -- they're unarmed, out to save themselves while this guy says, let's go hunting. >> always more complicated. so what other movies will you be watching this week? >> definitely these two. >> caitlin, thanks. small business owners rejoiced when donald trump
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declared war on federal regulations yesterday. and when you hear one farmer's story you'll understand why. and just when you thought things couldn't get any worse for debbie wasserman schultz, well, stick around. it's about to get worser. >> stop! >> and worser.
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good morning, everybody. it is sunday august 28th. i'm sandra smith. this is a fox news alert. the other shoe about to drop for hillary clinton. brand-new e-mails show clinton foundation allies got special treatment, back door deals for mul multimillion-dollar donors. plus, domd trump's latest promise making small business owners rejoice, and it has nothing to do with cutting taxes. and it's the story rocking the football world. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick refusing to stand for the national anthem. that's him sitting on a bench friday night. he says it's because our country
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is racist. what do you, what do his fans think? ♪ >> ouch. >> i think it's fair to say former fans. >> former fans. yeah. >> "fox and fre and friends" ho starts right now. that is brutal. i don't know if he can survive this, colin kaepernick. >> he may not survive anyway. he is in a quarterback duel. >> $100 million contract, last year. >> nfl one of the most patriotic brands in america. >> they're saying he has the right to do what he wants. let us know your thoughts on that. we have a fox news alert to get to because we have brand-new e-mails in the hillary clinton scandal and they are revealing something fascinating. what a lot of people have long suspected, that there may have been pay to play going on. clinton foundation donors now
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tied to meetings with hillary clinton and here to the tune of $500,000 from western union head bob mccann, donated $500,000 in the newel mails released up to $1 million and the list goes on. >> there's a new batch of ae mails that came out. their names are mentioned. there are conversations between uma abedin the senior adviser to hillary clinton and bill clinton. e-mails show very clearly saying these individuals who gave money to the clinton administration, can they get a seat an an event? hey, doug from huma, can we get her at biden's table? huma says, i'll ask. simple, short, basic. there's your web there. >> it's a very simple web. look at doug band. he works for bill clinton. huma abedin works for secretary clinton on the right. doug is asking a question on behalf of someone who donated hundreds of thousands of
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dollars. can we get her a seat at biden's table. >> were these people donating to the clinton foundation for access to the state department and hillary clinton? that is what we are left with the more e-mails that come out. >> this discussion has been zle accelerated by the question of intent. you learn more about the foundation. why did they have the private server? why did they delete it, bleach it? because there was clearly going to be an association he at some level when you have these types of conversations going on. >> we've been having the tax debate and also talking about the economy. sandra, we saw rough numbers from the economy last week. >> things are still not good at all. we got a gdp number showing 1.1% growth in our second quarter. >> anemic growth. >> we're not going anywhere. >> small businesses struggling under the weight of regulation in this country. >> and taxes. >> donald trump in iowa talks about the war on farmers. he said, look, i want to end these ridiculous federal regulations, sort of unborurden
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you. he says it's not about taxes but all of these regulations. >> last hour i talked to a farmer from virginia who is dealing with the regulations in real-time. a potential $2 million fine for hosting a birthday party. here's what martha had to say. >> we were threatened with up to $15,000 a day in fine for engaging in farming andtraditiod activities and ag row tourism that we've engaged with forever and as american as apple pie. it was devastating. i grew up in a family where my mom and dad taught us if we work hard we can be anywhere in life. i never thought my dream to become a farmer would become a reality and we'd be hit with miles of red tape and overregulation. it's happening all over america. >> it's happening all over america and it's different in every city. in san jose, an owner said, we were going to put an outside patio, hire more at our restaurant. it's summer. we wanted the patio outside. the city came in and said, sure
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you can do it, but you have to follow these regulations and guidelines. what do they do? they spent $100,000 putting in this patd yoe. then the regulators came back and said you did it wrong. they pulled out the roegss and said, this is how you told us to do it. they said, sorry, we changed our mind. they couldn't open the patio, wasted $100,000. and now the restaurant is going out of business. >> as a midwest girl this is a very interesting fight for donald trump. it's getting a lot of attention. farmers in the midwest particularly feel like they need a voice. donald trump giving them one now. >> is it is truly a small business issue that he's talking about. y it's the people dealing with it every day who can't open the small business, can't expand their farm, can't do something different. they suffer. it's the elites and disconnect between the daily lives of americans, that's a real gap to exploit and talk about that most people haven't been talking about. >> we see that in obamacare as well. >> yes. >> the number of employees you can hire, whether you can get
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them health coverage if you have 5,000 employees a different scenario he for you. meanwhile, it's almost football season. rick's been saying all morning long it still feels like summer. i kind of disagree of him with that. i have a wist of football. a lot of people are online looking at nfl stories. the number one trending topic on facebook yesterday and still i think this morning is colin kaepernick. why? because friday night during a 49ers/packers game in san francisco when they were playing the national anthem, people were wondering, why is colin kaepernick sitting this one out, sitting there on the bench next to the gatorade bottles? >> we spoke to randall hill a former nfl player who played for a lot of nfl teams. brought him on to react to him not standing for the national anthem. here's what he had to say. >> let me back time up a little bit. buddy ryan would always have us stand on the sideline at attention. he would film the playing of the national anthem. and if you moved at all, that was a $1500 fine. so we took pride in it.
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everyone has the right to freedom of speech. we can talk on the show and he can do it on the field. but again, i have to make sure that i show respect to my forefathers and my grandparents and people who paid the ultimate sacrifice, people who died in vietnam and many wars to give us those freedoms. and i will show respect to the flag. >> god bless buddy ryan. so kaepernick says he didn't stand up because the flag represents a country that oppresses black people and he doesn't want to show respect to that. and what hill said and so many others have pointed out, we have e-mails pouring in. it's not about you. it's about so many who have sacrificed so much. say that to a gold star family or a veteran. you can have the freedom to sit on the sidelines and disrespect your country. >> or other proud americans who maybe didn't serve but are equally patriotic and standing there. >> exactly. >> it's the thing he says -- you know, what rubs me the wrong way, he's a immediamediocre quak
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making $100 million. >> whoa, tell us how you really feel. >> he may not win the starting job. >> so he he's oppressed. >> people are outraged and there's a lot of e-mails coming in, tweets. let us know how you feel but certainly that's a point of controversy this morning. well, we've seen one fan, i don't know if you saw this, former fan. here's his thoughts on colin kaepernick. he's lighting his jersey on fire. playing the star-spangled banner. >> the fans are going to get a vote. when you dabble politics and sports you're going to have outcomes. this will not make him more popular. my wife is a -- remember when mendenhall talked about the 9/11 conspiracy. >> i think he he's done. i think the cfl might be hiring. canada? need a quarterback? >> the nfl not punishing by the
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way. they are saying he has the absolute right to oppose the anthem. >> let us know your thoughts. turning to your headlines. brand-new details surrounding the savage stabbing of two nuns in rural mississippi. the suspect confessing but not giving a reason to the crime. we're learning he has a long criminal history. the 46-year-old's record spans three decades, everything from robbery to a dui. he he's charged with two counts of capital murder. a wake for the sisters being held today. part of website d.c. leaks is shutting down and the twitter page has been suspended. this after the site recently reloaded information targeting billionaire george soros but suddenly you can't access the latest documents on the site. very interesting. the documents in question reveal that soros called europe's refugee's crisis the new normal and referred to it as a chance for his organization to influence immigration policies on a global scale.
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and look at this horror at 30,000 feet. a southwest jet forced to land midflight after part of its main engine rips off on the way to orlando from new orleans. flying metal gashing the plane and causing a very loud bang. 99 passengers, 5 crew members all forced to put on oxygen masks as the pilot told air traffic control, quote, we're down to the line. no one was hurt, thank goodness. the ntsb is still investigating this incident. well, hero's welcome for a pair of gold medal gymnasts. ally raisman cheered on. it was declared aly raisman day for the town of needham. in new jersey, thousands welcoming home laurie hernandez. she traveled through her town in a motorcade for five miles. police, local officials and gymnastic groups all taking part. and those are your headlines this morning. >> that's awesome.
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let's check in with rick. >> good for them. those guys deserve that. >> absolutely. americana. >> hometown pride. >> reporter: let's talk weather. there's a big storm out there. we've been talking about this storm for a really long time, and it hasn't turned into anything yet. but it's going to. take a look at the map. i shouldn't say it's going to, but it possibly could. you see this kind of mess of a map, there's cuba, between cuba and south florida that's where this kind of area of low pressure is. and the models are still hinting that it's going to become something over the next few days. you see the temperatures there in the gulf, not incredibly warm. there's warmer temperatures a little farther off to the west of that area. so that's good news. nonetheless, take a look at what happens with these models. they're kind of all over the place. if there's any kind of conglomeration or one spot, it's in around the big bend of florida. for some kind of a storm maybe thursd
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thursday/friday time frame. if you're between tampa and pensacola at this point, that's the spot we're thinking we could have some sort of development and maybe a tropical storm, maybe even a minimal hurricane. so plenty of time, we'll continue to watch it and keep you posted. a lot of rain today again across eastern texas and parts of southern louisiana so all of that area that saw the flooding a little more rain coming in today as well. we'll continue to watch that. all right guys, back to you inside. >> rick, thank you. well, nba superstar dwayne wade's cousin tragically shot and killed in chicago while pushing a baby stroller in that city. will president obama finally address the problem plaguing his hometown? a cop who worked that very beat is here next with a story that's almost too hard to believe. and just when you thought things couldn't get any worse for debbie wasserman schultz, well, they just may have. stay tuned. with hydrogenated oil...
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chicago gun violence claiming yet another victim, this time the tragedy impacting one of the nba's biggest stars, the cousin of dwayne wade shot an killed while pushing a baby stroller. nigh kie nigh key nakia aldridge caught in the gun fire, one of 20 between friday afternoon and saturday morning. what is president obama doing to address this crisis in his hometown? joining us is a chicago police sergeant, pete, thanks for joining us this morning. you know these neighborhoods inside and out.
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you spent your time in charge of the gang units there in chicago. what is happening in these neighborhoods? >> what we have is gang controls. they want territory. they want drugs. they want to be able to pedal what they want to pedal. and this pour woman registered her kids at a grade school and was walking pushing a stroller and two guys came up and allegedly were shooting at the guy that was with her. and two stray bullets hit her in the shoulder and the head and killed her instantly, leaving four kids without a mother. >> and this happens all too often that we are seeing this happen. this is my hometown, and this is a story that i don't want to see on the headline of every newspaper every day. but unfortunately that is the situation. many blame democratic policies in the city for what is happening there. who do you blame, as somebody who is inside and has been for quite some time, inside of those neighborhoods? >> i think right now we have a problem with the department of
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justice. they have this investigatory stop report that they want done every time a policeman stops a gang member or a group of gang members. and it takes them approximately 20 minutes to fill out a report. then they have to forward the report to the supervisor who then reviews it for content, spelling and then sends it back. then it comes back and it's forwarded to the department of justice. so if you're good at filling this out, it takes you 20 minutes per person. so if you stop four or five gang members, you've now got a problem where you've got 100 minutes gone. and these gang members are starting to realize that the number of stops is so greatly reduced, probably 20% compared to -- reduced by 80% compared to last year. so now they're freely driving in the neighborhoods with guns in their cars. you've got 480 people killed as of yesterday at 5:00 and you've
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got 2400 people shot. >> pete, i want to paint the picture that you are right now, some of the latest statistics coming out of the chicago police on guns. cops have made more than 1900 gun arrests since january 1st and they have seized more than 5,000 guns. that translates to about one gun every hour. based on what is happening in that city, why do you think that president obama -- this is his hometown -- has been in control for nearly eight years now, why more hasn't been done under this president? >> he has not -- he's addressed the issue of shootings when it comes to mass shootings in louisiana and california. a couple of weeks ago he had a town hall meeting, and he had mothers of alleged gang members speaking at that meeting. and he said crime was down. well, a police chief from wisconsin stood up and confront him at the end of that meeting. homicides are up 40% across the country and washington, d.c., baltimore, chicago.
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he also said that we're not getting the funds. >> it's a frustration that we hear all the time. sergeant, it's so good of you to join us on this topic. it's one that needs to continually be highlighted. thank you for joining us. retired police sergeant pete ka cone us. thanks for joining us from chicago. >> thank you. well, should every american be required to serve in the military and fight for their country? how would that even work? there is one place where it works and pete takes us there next. then a grand dragon and the kkk endorses hillary clinton for president. does that mean the media will hold him responsible for his fringe beliefs? joe trippi on that ahead.
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welcome back. some quick headlines for you. general motors recalling nearly 370,000 vehicles. that's a lot.
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i'm no math genius. all because of a defective part that could prevent the windshield wipers from working. the problem afblts the 2013 models of the equinox and gmc terrain. gmc will cover the repair costs. and more problems for obamacare. signups for health care exchanges is falling way short of initial forecasts. back in 2013, the congressional budget office predicted that 24 million would buy coverage by this year. but it turns out that, as of late march, only 11.1 have signed up, leading several major insurance companies to stop offering health care plans in certain markets. well, last week i was able to take my second trip to israel, a place of massive religious cultural and political influence. as a member of america's military i'm always struck by the culture of service in israel. an american ally surrounded by enemies in a dangerous region.
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as i took this trip, i decided to ask the rank and file of israeli defense forces what it's like to defend your country in such a dangerous neighborhood where you're surrounded and everyone serves. this is what they had to say. place yourself in one of these bunkers in this trench way along golan heights. if you look out just from this location, you can see syria. you can see jordan. obviously syria today a country embroiled in civil war with the islamic state on the march. a location like this when you look out reminds you of the precarious existence of the state of israel. >> rocket fire in a sustained fashion coming from an enclave 45 minutes drive from your capital city. >> we're used to the fact we're surrounded by enemies. this is normal life. >> fighting for their homeland is something almost every isr l israeli citizen does literally.
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while only one-half of 1% of the u.s. population serves in our military, an overwhelming majority of men and women serve in the israeli defense forces ff's what we call the people's army. every young man and woman is obligated to go to the army, to draft and serve his country. >> everyone is invested and everybody has a role to play. and everybody will live with and live by way of the results that are brought about on the battlefield. >> it's a unique battlefield for many americans to fathom because it's one fought day in and day out right along israel's own borders. >> if you want to protect united states, you go far away from your borders. for us, down here is our home and over there it's the enemy. we see them in their eyes. we live the situation. >> what's it like to fight on the front lines knowing you're defending your homeland immediately behind you, which is a bit of different concept than most american soldiers face. >> yeah.
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it's very difficult in israel not to feel that because even let's say when i was in the second lebanese war, we're positioned close to the border, the feeling is you know it's for real. there's no -- it's not an abstract connection between what you're doing and how it affects your security at home. >> in the end of the war, i would just finish 30 days in lebanon and i returned to the israel border and i saw my wife and my three children there. it was aprin amazing moment. but it gives you the understanding what's happening in israel. everything is so close. you fight in the place you live. >> we're standing right here on the golan heights, but if you look behind us, within our view is terrain controlled by nusra or al qaeda in -- have you seen "a few good men? "we're having an interview three
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kilometers from al qaeda members who would love to kill you and kill me. walking around the golan heights like so many other parts of israel and seeing families hiking and sight-seeing, it's easy to forget the danger lurks so close by. until one of our interviews is interrupted. >> there's a war going on. just on our right here. and the background noise right now of bombs going off, that's just common. >> i feel pity for them. i hope somewhere in the future they find peace. because no one deserves to live in war. not them. not us. >> a couple of take-aways. >> amazing. >> that gentleman and gentleman in red, we weren't scheduled to interview them. we just found males and grabbed them. the guy in the red shirt is a private in the army and a phd. you don't find phds who are privates in our military. the second thing said, where is america?
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it's such a critical ally, they're worried about the level of support, the iran deal. but what an amazing look, amazing people that defend their country. >> and that amazing moment where the bomb is going on. >> it's fighting in syria, the civil war going just a few kilometers across the border. that instability could affect israel very much. >> if you hadn't stopped and reacted, i don't think he was going to. >> he wasn't going to. >> this is normal for me. >> amazing story. thank you for bringing it to us, pete. well, a frightening update this morning from the convicted killer who captivated the nation and the netflix series "making a murderer," how steven avery plans to get out of jail. that's next. well, then who has a higher approval rating, congress or god? turns out their numbers are headed in the same direction. congress is pretty low. father john says don't lose faith. he's here to help god. come on in, father. can you help god? how do robots work?
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your responses have been pouring in. here is a few of them. ilene on twitter writes, he needs to be reminded of the millions of americans who died for him to have the right to be a jerk and not stand for the national anthem. >> liz e-mails us, i'm going to exercise my constitutional rights by not watching any 49ers games this season. >> there you go. >> and richard e-mails, i am retired from the u.s. army and am disgusted by the platform colin has used. why not be a leader, get in the inner city and donate to rebuild people's lives. >> yeah. a lot of people are saying, hey, sitting for the national anthem is one thing. actually doing something or put yurg money where your mouth is, getting involved a whole other. we'll see if he follows through. >> he makes $100 million, blaming the oppression. >> that's what you make. >> yeah. >> let us know your thoughts. e-mail your comments. they are flowing in. we'll read them as they come in. turning to headlines this morning, a cancer patient who wanted to expose the horrific
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treatment inside the phoenix v.a. secretly recording his visit to the clinic. take a listen to this. >> well, two days after steve cooper leaked that shocking tape, the v.a. director stepped down. now on to its sixth boss since the v.a. scandal broke, u.s. army veteran steve cooper joined us earlier on "fox and friends" with his take. >> this happens every single day i think in every single v.a. throughout the country. you know, we wouldn't have thousands of veterans who have died waiting for care if this was just a one off again.
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we know this type of behavior, this type of care, the inability for the government to effectively manage its health care is happening constantly throughout the country. >> the phoenix v.a. responding with a statement saying, quote, it appears the manner in which our provider staff communicated and interacted with this patient on this day was not keeping with our values. our veterans deserve the very best care possible. i'll agree with that. the wisconsin whose murder trial captivated america still claiming his innocence. >> the sheriff was told by the police, you have the wrong guy. >> i did tell him, be careful. they he are not even close to being finished with you. >> the lawyer of "making a murderer" steven avery filing a motion for extensive testing of dna evidence she says will prove he was framed again avery spent 18 years in prison on a false rape conviction. he is now serving a life sentence for murdering teresa halbach on halloween in 2005.
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all right, there she is, debbie wasserman schultz dodging questions about the dnc e-mail controversy just days before her tough primary. instead, she's focusing on hillary clinton's e-mails, insisting voters are just not concerned about them saying, quote, i've been campaigning all over this community, all over the state and all over the country. there is not one person when i go and campaign on behalf of hillary clinton that asks me about e-mails. hmm. we'll report. you decide. a once in a lifetime experience for a group of fishermen off the coast of cape cod. >> whoa! it's a killer whale, baby! it's going under the boat. >> you can feel the excitement as they spot a group of baby orcas swimming right next to their boat. their priceless reaction going viral. the fisher hemen said the whales were most likely drawn to the
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tuna they were trying to catch. >> i think they look amazing. i want people to turn their phone in landscape mode. >> yes. please for our sake. >> look, a whale. >> reminds me of the double rainbow reaction. double rainbow! >> killer whales! >> every time you head out on a boat, wont to check the weather. rick reichmuth? >> i was thinking the same thing. turn it to the side. is that them or do we do that? >> we do it that way. most people -- >> you guys are perfect. >> you hold it up like this. >> i do it every time. >> shoot it sideways. >> like your tv is shaped like this. do it this way. >> very concerned about this. >> you're going to start a campaign. i'll join in. let's talk a little bit of weather out there. a pretty nice day, but it is humid still, at least across the eastern half of the country. that means some pop-up thunderstorms. here's twha it looks like as you're waking up. the ohio valley you'll see a few scattered pop-up thunderstorms throughout the afternoon, nothing that will cause any big problems and none of that severe
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either. down to the southeast, we've got those rain showers again across southern louisiana unfortunately spots that have seen the flooding getting more rain. but all of that is just some garden variety thunderstorms in the afternoon in the summer. and then across the northern plains also some very clear skies. take a look at that, getting into the lower 90s up toward bismarck today and finally out across the west, a little more monsoonal activity. we've had a lot of monsoon rain across parts of the four corners. we'll continue to see that. california, sorry. you're out of luck. same goes for oregon and washington because we just put this not in landscape mode. >> shoot in landscape mode! >> oh, my gosh. >> this is going to help our campaign, clayton. >> exactly. >> we're going to do one little thing like that every segment every day. >> rick, this is how our attempt to change america. this is our attempt to change america. >> turn it sideways.com or something like that. >> there should be an app for that. >> there are people that want to remake the health care system, people who want to do important stuff. i want you to turn your phone to the side.
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>> by the way, there is an app that does that, that can convert it afterwards. but you have to have the app and go through the process. >> jonathan morris is looking at us going, aren't there more important things to discuss? >> he has more important things to discuss. a brand-new poll suggesting this morning that more americans are giving up on god and miracles. according to pew research nearly half people brought up religiously are now claiming they don't believe others, detailing the shooking reasons why they left their faith behind. what's responsible for this growing trend? >> here to weigh in, fox news religious contributor father jonathan morris. i'm sorry, i was kind of taken aback by that number. 50% choose not to believe. >> it's 49% of those who say that they are detached from any particular religion, which is now about 25%, 49% the reason why they're unattached from any particular religion is because they don't believe. other percentages is just because they have stopped practices et cetera et cetera. so 25% of americans say they're
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unattached at this point in their lives from any particular religion. i would say reverse it for a second. 75% of americans say, yes, i identify myself as attached to a particular religion. that's pretty high. >> but they don't practice it or believe. >> many of them do. >> are you saying there's an upside in this? here's another part of the pew research poll. the rapid growth of religiously unaffiliated has grown from 36% in 2007 to 55% in 2014. that may mean they're nondenominational. we don't know the exact details. why are we seeing less affiliation with formal religion? people may say they're spiritual but won't affiliate with formal religion. >> let me give you an example. i don't mean to make it about my personal experience. but there's people who come to my church and i use my phone and put it landscape and i broadcast my homily. by the end of the week, there's 200,000 people who watch that. 300,000 people.
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i'm speaking to, yes, a small congregation in my church and i wish the pews were filled. i wish they were. they're not always filled but people are finding in different ways. i think there's another interesting and important point. i would much prefer to have somebody who's deeply questioning their faith and might even say if somebody calls them on the phone in a poll, no, i'm not attached to any particular religion than somebody who says, i'm catholic i guess because i'm italian. or irish. or i'm christian because my dad is a pastor, evangelical pastor. faith matters most when we've gone through questioning and when we've come out ahead. >> we have some questions from this pew poll. these are some of the questions people cited and the reasons why they're unaffiliated. quote, too many christians do unchristian things. another quote, i don't have the time to go to church, like you said. maybe they're watching it onloin. i believe in god but in my own way. rational thought makes religion go out the window. >> these are a lot of -- there's truth to all of those things i
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think. but if somebody gives me that excuse, father, i just don't have time, i'm so busy. i look at them and say, can you say that to me again? they go, oh, well, actually, i do have time. or oh, because i'm not going to church because i know somebody who works with me who does bad things. okay. >> i've got one for you, father. what do you tell a mom with two babies that can't get the babies to sit in the pew? >> i love this. you know, our 1:30 mass last sunday, all the babies cried at the exact same time. i know i was giving facial expressions that weren't that spifrtual or optimistic. i said to the mothers, i'm so happy you're here. these are the only innocent voices in this whole church. >> ah, well said. >> you are welcome here and please come back next sunday. >> great to hear from you this
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morning. >> you didn't kick the baby out. >> i did the opposite. the only innocent voices. >> people were hoping it would make my homily shorter anyway. >> you have a great homily. we have a great show coming up for you including the grand dragon of the kkk endorsing hillary clinton for president. little as 30 minutes. nexium can take 24 hours. try cool mint zantac. no pill relieves heartburn faster.
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>> joe trippi is joining us, he served as campaign manager for howard dean. we've seened coverage, we've seen the ad. we've seen hillary clinton and tim kaine and others say, hey, donald trump's policies have to be racist or bigoted because certain members of the kkk expressed support for him. why is the same treatment not given to hillary clinton where we have on tape a member of the kkk saying, i'm all in for hillary clinton pf that's not what democrats have been saying. what the clinton has been saying is that trump's rhetoric plays on racism and bigotry. and that's why so many people like david duke and others have supported him. look, i would repudiate this guy's support as a democrat. i'm sure hillary clinton will the second anybody asks her. >> well, this video came out actually in july, right? this video is fair little old.
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why now that it has come to light, we've had 48 hours with this thing and we've been talking about it. why haven't we heard from hil y hillary clinthilary clint clinton? >> i think it's great. look, the more this race is about who's the bigger bigot or who's inflaming bigotry and racism, the more it hurts donald trump. i mean, look, 56% of the american people who have been watching this thing for 15 months say they believe donald trump uses bigotry -- appeals to bigotry and racism. it's not me. it's not hillary clinton. it's 56% of americans. it's a legitimate question about why does this kkk guy for her, the grand wizard. does she repudiate it? like i said, the second anybody asks that question, i can tell you for sure that she's going to say she's going to repudiate it, as would i and any other democrat if asked the question. >> so did donald trump.
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>> after three tries he finally got it right. look, this isn't me. he did this to himself with his own rhetoric. i'm not -- i mean, and it really separated him from the rest of the field. it's one of the reasons he -- you know, he was so tough on muslims, so tough on. >> i think there's a difference. but i think part of that is because donald trump reinforces over and over again this tendency he has. >> what about the policy of hillary clinton and others on the left have reinforced the problems we've seen in the black community? >> i think that would make sense if donald trump was making that case to blacks or hispanics in their community. >> right.
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>> i'm not saying he's wrong about what he's saying right now in terms of trying to talk to people. but you don't do that in front of a white crowd. >> we've got to leave it there. >> joe, always great seeing you. >> thanks. coming up on the show, one state could allow medical marijuana in the classroom. a retired cop says that's the last place it belongs. (announcer vo) who says your desk phone always has to be at your desk? now, with one talk from verizon... hi, pete. i'm glad you called. (announcer vo) all your phones can work together on one number. you can move calls between phones, so conversations can go where you go. take your time. i'm not going anywhere. (announcer vo) and when you're not available, one talk helps find the right person who is.
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state of new york. you have a little over 6,000 people registered with the dispensaries to get medical marijuana. there are 25 states that have medical marijuana, including the district of columbia. none of them had schools in there. this year we have four states going online with schools. >> here are the four, new jersey, maine, colorado, and washington state. what's the thought behind this? we hear about this in maybe glaucoma and other instances, but schools? for children? why? >> it's even worse. in two of the states the child or caregiver is allowed to minister pill form medical marijuana. could you imagine other kids in the city knowing that one child possesses medical marijuana pills. we jeopardize that kid. nurses can't give out medicine in this great state, can't give an aspirin out without a doctor's note. think about what i'm about to tell you. what are we going to do with the
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medical marijuana? where are we going to store it? how are we going to store it? >> does it fall to the nurse's station to keep it under lock and key? >> how many schools have no nurses. >> that's a great point as well. >> here is another fascinating point. you remember at the beginning of august the dea came out and rejected marijuana as a medical -- they said we don't find any use of this that is actually helpful as a medical drug. they still found high potential for abuse and no currently accepted medical value. that was from the epa. >> colorado, 2000 is when they went and did medical marijuana in their state. 2014 they said you may administer it to the school districts. not one school district came forward. last year they forced and said you will do it. the jname of this poor kid, jac. he passed away this last wednesday. he's not going to be able to use
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medical marijuana to relieve him of the pain of that disease but i agree with you. there is no proven medical background that says this is going to cure anything. >> marty, great to see you this morning. >> thank you very much. >> we have judge alex up next. marie starts her fettucini with chicken and broccoli with tender white meat chicken and freshly-made pasta mixed in an alfredo sauce made-from-scratch. because she knows that the most comforting thing about comfort food, is who you're sharing it with. marie callender's. it's time to savor.
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good morning, everybody. it's sunday, august 28th, 2016. i'm sandra smith, and this is a fox news alert. brand new e-mails showing exactly what went on between the clinton foundation and hillary clinton's state department. were they doing back door deals for multimillion dollar donors? judge alex is here and he will weigh in straight ahead. plus, donald trump under fire for bringing up the death of an nba star's cousin on the campaign trail. >> she was the mother of four and was killed while pushing her infant child in a stroller just walking down the street. it's horrible. it's horrible. >> so is this tragedy off limits
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even when the facts are correct? we report. you decide. and it's the story rocking the football world this morning. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick refusing to stand for the national anthem during friday night's game. he says it's because our country is racist and he's oppressed. what do you think his fans are thinking about this? watch. ♪ >> ouch. "fox & friends" hour three is elel fuego. >> i think he's done. what do you think? >> he's in the middle of a four-year contract. >> $100 million. i don't know. i don't think he survives this. >> first of all, he threw or 14 yards in the last preseason game and he's in a quarterback
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battle. he may be sitting in the bench anyway after the national anthem anyway. >> it's not going over so well. as teammates of his you don't like the distraction from the actual game. >> that's what i'm talking about. it's hard to play as it is. we're going to start with a fox news alert now. hillary clinton's state department and her family's foundation are exposed again. >> this time brand new e-mails showing inside favor from both sides. >> garrett ris live from washington, d.c., with all the latest. >> clayton and -- who is that? clayton is there today. good morning, y'all. these e-mails again, they raise the issue of whether or not there was a pay to play culture within hillary clinton's state department and with the clinton foundation. the conservative watch dog group citizens united have released eight new e-mails it o taned in a freedom of information act lawsuit. it shows further evidence top donors received special treatment and privileges from clinton's state department. in one e-mail from december
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2010, doug band, who is a top official at the foundation, sent hillary clinton's top aide, huma abedin, a list of three individuals to be invited to a state department lunch. they also happen to be major donors to the clinton foundation. according to the foundation, bob mccann donated between $500,000 and $1 million. president judith rodin donated between $10 million and $25 million and western union ceo hikmeersek donated between $1 million and $5 million. then a couple weeks later doug band followed up with abedin to request that judith be seated at the head table. she said i'll ask. donors to the clinton foundation did not receive any special favors is what they say.
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as more e-mails come out, it's an argument that's becoming more difficult to make. >> thanks. we want to bring in judge alex ferrar. what do you make of this? >> it looks disgusting. realistically were people that the i guess benefit that you can get as a politician that you can give to people is access, is to be able to come and make your point to the politicians -- >> is it illegal? >> it can be if they can make the link, the last link that's missing, was there a pay raoff that, other than the meeting. as a judge, my role is a little different. if i were requiring people to make contributions to get some benefit from me, that would clearly be corruption. in their situation it's a matter of getting access to the state department. if they can show the clinton foundation is getting money and then the state department is
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doing something beyond the lunches or beyond seating people, it could be criminal but even short of being criminal, just letting people pay the clinton foundation money so you can then give them access to the president of china, all these other things, it's disgusting. what we don't know is are we going to find down the road that there are countries or companies that would hire bill clinton and pay him $500,000 and then the state department would let that company sit at the table with the chinese president where they want to negotiate business deals with china. that's a clear criminal act. >> let me ask you to put your political act on for two seconds. everything you just said, and you led by saying this is just disgusting, and there is so much evidence there. every new batch of e-mails that comes out. but it doesn't seem like the gop gets anywhere with that or it -- >> because they're -- >> -- or donald trump gets anywhere with that. >> because you're salmon. you're swimming upstream against a media that doesn't want to pay
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attention to that because it's hillary. you're constantly fighting the battle that if this were flipped around and donald trump were the one who was doing the pay for play, it would be in "time" magazine, on "the new york times" front page, it would be on every network. but because it hurts hillary, you're constantly fighting the uphill battle. >> speaking of media taking juan way -- one way or the other, they have been blasting donald trump citing the death of dwyane wade's cousin in chicago gunned down. he's trying to win over black voters but he's being accused of taking this case and using it for politics, yet he's making a let mat point that gun violence is overwhelming. is the media biased against him? but -- >> they totally are biased against him. the problem is donald trump is a bull in a china shop. you know, the point he's making is a valid point. you know, chicago murders are like 360.
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they're up 30% from last year. people are getting slaughtered over there. so he's making a very valid points that blacks in the last eight years, has your situation really improved? you're still living in poverty, you're schools are failing. your unemployment rate is through the roof. with cuba people would say, you know what? we've been doing the sapg thing with cuba year after year, let's change the embargo. democrats have been promising the same thing year after year after year to blacks and it's not working. >> he's trying to shed light on an important subject and the media is going after him on the politics -- >> he's making a valid point. he just ex presences presses it >> the tweet he sent out, he deleted because of a spelling error. he posted my condolences to dwyane wade and his family on their loss.
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>> he did the same thing in orlando. we had this big tragedy, vote for me. >> it seems self-centered and opportunistic. he should have given the compassionate tweet and then said it just reinforces what i have been saying. >> some of the other news of the day, the "making a murderer" show on netflix. this morning steven avery's name once again is one of the top trending topics on facebook. why? his attorney in this case is now saying, she told reporters she wants them to do a full re-evaluation of the dna tests that she believes were planted. if it's a key in your pocketed for many, many years, wouldn't her dna also be on that key? all sorts of things. she said we've seen such advancements, he will be walk away a free man. >> the documentary was a one-sided documentary.
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you know, for people to jump on and say, that's the whole truth and he must be innocent is a big leap. it's like saying "fahrenheit 911" was a balanced documentary. that being said i'm all in favor of the right result. if there is dna that can be tested and because of vnadvance that test can show this evidence was planted, my view is what's the harm? you may find you convicted the wrong person. the worst thing that happens you is you prove he is thes one that did it or it's not con clue can i have. so i say test it of course. >> how many chances does he get? >> i think whenever there's newly discovered evidence, and this would fall under newly discovered evidence, you get another chance. if it's really legitimately something new that may lead to an acquittal, the worst thing in the world we can have is an innocent person, and he already went that route the first time when he was convicted, an innocent person being locked up for the rest of their lives.
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what's the harm? >> unbelievable. that show, we already saw the nephew get out. >> and he definitely deserved a new trial. his lawyer should have been disbarred. >> always good to get your president-elect, judge. >> thank you, judge. brand new details surrounding the savage stabbing of two catholic nuns in rural mississippi. the suspect, rodney sanders, confessing to police but gave no reason for committing the crime and that's not all. we're learning he has a long criminal history. the 46-year-old's record spanning three decades covering everything from robberies to duis. he's charged with two kouments of capital murder. horror at 30,000 feet. a southwest jet forced to land midflight after part of its main engine rips off on the way to orlando from new orleans. flying metal gashing the plane causing a loud bang heard by passengers. there were 99 passengers on board and 5 crew members. they were forced to put on
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oxygen masks as the pilot told air-traffic control, we're down to the line. no one was hurt. then tsb is investigating. wart of dc leaks shut down. and the twitter page suspended after the site reloaded information targeting billionaire george soros, but suddenly you can't access those latest documents on the site. the documents in question reveal that soros called europe's refugee crisis the new normal. then referred to it as a chance for his organization to influence immigration policies on a global scale. those are your headlines this morning. a lot going on. >> when it's revealed what you think is going on is actually going on, that's a bummer. we're less than a month away from the first presidential debate and donald trump is preparing like its wrestlemania. >> oh, yeah. >> if you would have told me one year later right in the very same place that it started in the trump plaza that we'd be
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locking horns going head on head from the championship, i'd have called you a liar. >> just like that? wow. >> he's going to use that voice the entire time. >> what are you going to do when trump runs wild on you? and speaking of debates, who will play hillary clinton in donald trump's mock debate? this morning we may know the answer, and you may know her. she is a frebiend of the show. >> it will be good tv.
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until donald trump and hillary clinton face off in the first of three debates, and this morning we're learning their prep tactics couldn't be any more different. >> clinton reportedly poring over briefing books with veteran debate coaches, as trump aims for a more natural approach with no normal debating rehearsals yet. >> here to weigh in is fox news sunday host chris wallace. great to see you this morning. >> great to be with you. >> let's talk about these two different debate styles. the dnc was slammed i think in the fall for sort of burying those debates on saturday nights. the fear was hillary clinton wouldn't look good in the face of bernie sanders but when she debated she did well and her poll numbers went up. how is she going to prepare for facing off against donald trump who is going to cut right at her? >> i think she will prepare exactly the way you talked about and exactly the way you would expect. as a practiced and accomplished lawyer, she's going to go through it in detail.
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she's apparently got briefing books. they have full dress rehearsals with somebody playing trump. i don't know who it is. i suspect it will be somebody with a big personality who will really go at her and, you know, ou're not ideas of these surprised when you're on the debate stage, and i think she'll do it kind of the classic way presidential candidates have, which is full 90-minute rehearsals. they'll look at the tapes, go back at it again. she apparently practiced for hours and hours for her testimony, her 11 hours before the house benghazi committee. they thought that went well and she's going to continue with the same procedure here. >> apparently donald trump has no official debate team, but he's taking advice from his closest advisers, family members. is he going to take a bit more of the restlemania approach, hulk hogan style, like this? >> well, i don't know. it's interesting because when we saw trump in the -- all right.
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get him off the screen. but when we saw trump during the republican debates and we held two that he appeared at, it was very interesting because all the other candidates would come to the arena before hand with their advisers and look at the lighting and the various cameras and get set. trump would just show up. he would get to the city. i remember his getting to cleveland a year ago last august very late, showed up at the debate. no prep time before hand, and command of the stage. it's a different deal though. when you have 17 people on the stage, you can make your points when you want to and you can hang back when you want to. when it's two people and unless gary johnson, the libertarian candidate, gets on the stage, it will be just the two of them, you really can't hide. it's just the two of you on the stage. so he's got to be prepared to engage for 90 minutes. it's a tough deal. you were teasing earlier who might be hillary clinton. one of the people that is reportedly participating in these debates is laura ingraham
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who appears a lot on fox news. i think she would make a great hillary. she's smart as can be. she's tough as can be, and i can't imagine that hillary would throw anything at donald trump that laura ingraham couldn't do as well. >> no, that's true. she would do a fantastic job, and those will be, as you know, some of the most watched political event of all time. i know today is your political event, fox news sunday will be watched by millions across america today. who do you have on the program? >> first of all, we're going to be talking to kellyanne conway, donald trump's new campaign manager. a lot to talk to her about including is he going to change his policy on immigration. then the aforementioned gary johnson, the libertarian party's presidential nominee. he fleds to needs to be at 15% polls if he's going to be on the stage. and then katie ledecky, the olympic champion. we have been following her for a
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couple of years now. we sat down with her this week and, yes, got up close and personal with her five olympic medals. she's a lovely girl. you would be proud to have her as your daughter. >> did she let you touch her gold medals? >> yeah, she did let me touch her medals. i tell you, they're heavy. they're about five pounds each. if you've got five of them, that's 25 pounds. if i put those on and jumped in the swimming pool, i'd sink like a stone. >> just for you, i want to leave you with this image of hulk hogan. >> he's shiny vaselined up chest for you. >> class wallahris wallace, tha. remember how the administration said we're bringing in 10,000 refugees? we're almost there. >> let's get that ticker counter going in the bottom right. and 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick sparked national outrage by not standing during
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the national anthem during friday's football game. he said it's because our country is racist. but the niece of martin luther king, jr. said he did nothing wrong.
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welcome back. some quick headlines for you on this sunday morning. tomorrow the united states will reach its target of 10,000 syrian refugees in the united states. it's part of a year-long resettlement program, one that has been at the center of attacks being called a potential security threat. some lawmakers, however, say refugees are thoroughly screened. if hillary clinton wins the white house she's vowed to bring in more refugees in the coming years. two giant sinkholes causing a traffic nightmare on a miami road. troopers shutting down all southbound lanes of florida turnpike trapping some drivers
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for more than an hour. a water main caused the sink holes. still no word on when the road will reopen. pete? thank you very much, clayton. >> i have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed. >> today marks the 53rd anniversary of dr. martin luther king's legendary "i have a dream" speech he gave on the mall in washington, d.c. joining me to remember the life and legacy of the iconic civil rights leader, his niece dr. v alvita king. i relistened to his speech last night. gives me chills to hear it. what does it mean to hear it 53 years later. >> i marched with my dad, i was in rallies with my uncle, martin
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luther king, jr. and that speech still stirs my house. i have a dream from the womb to the tomb we will finally realize we are brothers and sisters. my dad would say one blood. my uncle would say we must learn to live together as brothers and sisters or perish as fools. i still believe there is hope for america and i believe that my uncle's dream is still alive today. >> when he gave that speech in 1963, he gave hope to so many americans who didn't see hope because of the racial divide in this country. the quote i always talk about is i want to be judged not by the color -- didn't want his four kids to be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. he wanted to see past race and have that not be the dividing line. do you feel like we've made progress or are we seeing more divide than ever? >> i know we have made progress. america is not racist, but there
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is racism in america. i live in a suburban community with the working class and friday night a young kid stole a car out of my driveway and then last night a 71-year-old man and his wife leaving a house party, there was a stick up in the community. and that really didn't have anything to do with skin color. as a matter of fact, the gentleman was shot. but the solution still isn't lock everybody up, but we've got to have our system fixed. it's flawed. so that people can work and go to school, go to church, pray notice public square. so i believe my uncle's dream transcends skin color and is dealing with human issues because we all need help. >> we all need redemption. there's no doubt about that. what i cling to so much is he wants to see pabs race, yet we're drawing more di tingss and seeing more of it whether it's black lives matter. how do we get back to his message that we want to be more color blind as opposed to i'm
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white, you're black, we're different. >> wait a minute, color blind means we need glasses, you know. so we see the ethnic distinctions but we don't hate and divide because of them but accept the strength in each ethnicity. if we're color blind we need some glasses. i have got to say that but there's ethnic discrimination and we have to deal with that. >> one issue of race that's come up recently is 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick recently at a preseason football game refused to stand for the national anthem. his comment, his reason for not standing for the national anthem, we'll put it up on the screen. that's him sitting on the bench while the national anthem is being played in the game versus the green bay packers. when asked why he did not stand, he said, and i quote, and this is the nfl's statement, the nfl said, hey, players are encouraged but not required to stand during the national anthem. so what does colin kaepernick say? he says i'm not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a
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country that oppresses black people and people of color. there are bodies in the street and people are getting paid leave and getting away with murder. >> i'm glad he was peaceful in what he did. america is not racist. there is racism in america. there are many people who have gotten to understand we are one human family but i can understand his concern. i share the concern in many ways, but the way that we have to come together is to have conversations. so he did kind of light on the problem, but the solution is going to be a little different. i sing the national answer them and when i sing it it's with prayer and hope that god will hear these prayers and bring us together as brothers and sisters rather than divide us because of skin color. >> i think that's how a lot of us feel when we stand to honor
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our country. thank you very much on this powerful day, 53 years since a very powerful speech from an amazing man. >> thank you. small business owners rejoiced when donald trump declared war on federal regulations yesterday. and when you hear one farmer's story you'll understand why. and we're getting ready for the u.s. open with one of the best tennis players of all time. is that chris everett? that's not going to be pretty. she's going to smoke him. you're going to want to see this.
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little tennis. a cancer patient who wanted to expose the horrific treatment he was receiving secretly recording his visit to the clinic. >> if you ever tried calling in here, it is a nightmare. >> yeah, it does not work and there is no number to press for primary care. >> no. and it just irrates the living hell out of me. >> is the virginia the bea the the world? no. i can only do what i can do. i'm given 500 patients on may 23rd, 500. so it's impossible. >> two days after steve cooper leaked the shocking tape, the va director stepped down. now onto its sixth boss since the va scandal broke. steve cooper joined us earlier on "fox & friends" with his take. >> this happens every single day i think in every single va throughout the country. you know, we wouldn't have
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thousands of veterans who have died waiting for care if this was just a one off again. so we know this type of behavior, this type of care, this inact fbility for the government to effectively manage its health care is happening throughout the country. >> the phoenix va issued a statement saying it appears the manner in which our provider staff communicated and interacted with this patient on this day was not in keeping with our values. our veterans deserve the very best care possible. we're getting a closer look at the vandalism that started the whole lochte confrontation with police in rio. you can see where a poster used to hang outside a gas station. lochte and three other u.s. swimmers were confronted by authorities. an incident he admitted to exaggerating as an armed robbery. he has been charged by police for false loy reporting it as a crime. debbie wasserman schultz dodging questions about the dnc
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e-mail controversy days before her tough primary. instead, she's focusing on hillary clinton's e-mails. she's insisting voters just aren't concerned about them saying, vote, i have been campaigning all over this country, all over the state, and all over the country. there is not one person when i go and campaign on behalf of hillary clinton that asks me about e-mails. all right. well only in canada. watch as two people break into a beer store. one of them with hockey goalie gear. did we mention he had a goalie stick as well with him the whole time? manitoba police say the duo smashed it's entrance door window, then ran off with three cases of no other than budweiser in canada. >> who is the guy that helps the ninja turtle? he uses a hockey stick. my kids are into the ninja turtles. >> and those guys were brought down by a moose also. >> now you played into everybody
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canadian stereotype you can think of. it's nearing the end of summ summer. it means one thing for new york city, the united states open. >> rick is outside with chris everett. >> one of the all-time greats. this is one of the highlights of my life. clayton, you just said, by the way, you love watching the u.s. open so you can hear john mcenroe commentate. she also is a commentators. >> yeah, clayton. >> the u.s. open is starting. it's the last grand slam of the year. this year the olympics happened so a lot of players are maybe a little tired. >> it's been an intense summer for tennis. three grand slams and the olympics in a period of three months. it's understandable if some of the players are getting weary. it's the last grand slam and everybody gets pumped up, especially the american players. >> and the u.s. open is huge. serena williams, she's tied with steffi graf at 22.
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>> poor serena, she has pressure wherever she goes. she could also break her record of consecutive weeks at number one. coming off a shoulder injury the last few weeks. a little bit of a question mark, but never underestimate serena. >> will you do me the honor here? >> don't choke. >> of course i'm going to choke. >> choke. >> i'm playing tennis on tv with chris everett which is not a good thing. like one of the best net players of all time. >> not really net players but i was groundstrokes. oh, nice. you're good. >> you have a tennis academy. >> yep. >> and you have trained a lot of the latest americans who are up and out there. >> some of the pros have come through our developmental. i have had a tennis academy i have with my brother john for 20
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years and it's been great. by the way, espn is doing the tv for the u.s. open. like first ball hit to the last ball hit, so let's remember that. >> hey, i want to get this in here because you have a new venture. something you're really proud of. >> tennis line. i'm wearing a shirt and i'm excited. i've always been excited about designing clothes for women of all shapes and sizes. >> where can people find this? >> loonline or in their local tennis shops. >> and you're on twitter as well. good luck to you this week, espn, and i will be watching. thank you so much. >> thanks for having me. >> back to you inside. >> rick, you got to step up your tennis game out there. chris is reaching for it all over the place out there. spr >> she was playing badminton. >> rick is actually a really good tennis player. >> he's a good all-around athlete. a grand dragon in the kk
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welcome back. general motors recalling nearly 370,000 vehicles all because of a defective part that could prevent the windshield wipers from working. the problem affects the 2013 models of the chevy equinox, the gmc terrain. gmc says it will cover the repair costs. a federal appeals court will allow washington state to hear a
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trademark lawsuit by trader joe's against a canadian store called pirate joe's. the store resells trader joe's products. that could be a problem. the appeals court determining the knockoff branding could devalue it's american-held trademark. the ruling overturns a district court's decision to dismiss the case against pirate joe's and its owner. who do you like for president, sir? >> hillary clinton. >> do you think whites are superior to african-americans and latinos? >> well, we are kids children. >> well, that video just surfacing showing a kkk grand dragon throwing his support behind hillary clinton. so just a few months after the media slammed trump for david duke's endorsement, will they hold kclinton to the same stoo ? standard? howard kurtz is here. thanks for joining us. that video you just saw, this all happened back in march but it is the video that is now
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surfacing. will we see the media react the same way when a kkk leader openly endorsed donald trump? >> apparently not. i don't think the media should play this game of trying to hold accountable or responsible any presidential candidate just because some fringe mark with odious or reprehensible views decides to grab ten seconds of the spotlight by endorsing him or her. there was that clamor where the press asked trump repeatedly do you disavow david duke? there ought to be the same standard. i ni this in both cases no politician can be held responsible for what some wacko's out there decide to say. >> it was pretty brutal for trump and his campaign when this originally broke. look at some of the headlines. ""the new york daily news," trump for prez.
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we also have a look at "time" headline. former kkk leader tells followers to vote for donald trump. that was in february. politico, trump declined to condemn kkk. politifact, donald trump's absurd claim he knows nothing but david duke. need i go on? these were the headlines when that surfaced about the kkk leader supporting donald trump. you have to look at the difference in media treatment for hillary clinton with this now kkk endorsement in that video that's surfaced of their support for her. >> those headlines show how unfair and unbalanced it is. if you're going to harass donald trump about david duke, then somebody obviously should ask hillary clinton who isn't holding any news conferences this year. david duke is much better known but that's no excuse. also with the web video that
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hillary clinton put up that got a lot of media attention using some other kkk person endorsing trump, it would be good if the media would point out there's at least one prominent member of the klan twho who is on hillary clinton's side. i think it's a game the media should just give up unless it's your surrogate or somebody you're appearing at a fund-raiser with like cher who was with hillary clinton and compared donald trump to stalin and hitler. nobody went to hillary clinton and said, hey, do you disavow this? don't you think that rhetoric is going too far? >> all fair points. howie, are you looking forward to the debates? >> i am. i've got the popcorn. i'm going to be up there in long island and i've got it circled on my calendar. it will possibly be the one game-changing event of those three debates. >> you wonder how much of this will come up in that debates. howard kurtz, thanks for joining us. >> great to see you. dr. ben carson will be
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heading to detroit with donald trump next month. the doctor joins us to preview the trip at the top of the hour. plus, small business owners rejoiced when donald trump declared war on federal regulations yesterday, and when you hear our next guest's story, you will understand why. the fed fined her 2 million bucks for having an unsanctioned birthday party. to folks out there whose diabetic nerve pain...
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do we have any farmers in the room? stand up. i want to see.
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stand up. that's a lot of farmers. family farms are the backbone of this country, remember that. the thing that most surprised me is in going around all over the country and talking about that massive tax cut and also for the middle class, but the massive small business and business tax cut or the reduction by a lot of regulations, 100% of the people i talk to feel more strongly about the regulation. >> that was donald trump yegd t yesterday in iowa vowing to cut taxes and federal regulations for farmers across the country. it's welcome news to many like our next guest who was fined $2 mill hosting a birthday party on her own property. martha, owner the liberty farms in virginia, joins us now. good morning, martha, thanks for being here. >> good morning. thank you for having me. >> that's a heck of a headline. you own a farm. you've been fined $2 million in
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particular for hosting a birthday party on your property. why? >> well, we were threatened with up to $15,000 a day in fines for engaging in farming and traditional family practices and activities and agra tourism that family farmers have engaged in forever. we really are in a war -- we're witnessing a war against family farmers all over our country and farmers really are the backbone and heartbeat of america. >> they are the backbone and heartbeat, no doubt about it, but you were fined for farming. what aspect of farming were you fined for and who fined you? >> well, it was my childhood dream to be a farmer. in 2006 my family purchased liberty farm and we started growing tomatoes and vegetables and i have an apiary where i produce honey and we had a birthday party for eight 10-year-olds on our farm. we had a pumpkin carving. our zoning administrators sent us a notice threatening us with up to $15,000 in fines for not
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having a site plan, special exception permit, full-blown hearings for engaging in farming and selling our vegetables and having agra tourism activities that helps small family farmers be viable on the family farm. it was devastating. you know, i grew up in a family where my mom and dad taught us if we worked really hard we could be anything we want to life. i never dreamed my dream to be a farmer would be a reality and we'd be hit with miles and miles of red tape. juke do anything y ju >> you can do anything you want to life unless you don't have a zoning permit. did you file the permits and change the way you pritoperated? what's the outcome? >> well, we were threatened with up to $15,000 a day and our farm was shut down when we were in full-on harvest. i'm in ongoing litigation but we are farming right now at liberty
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farm and our doors are open. we did fight very hard and past legislation to help small family farmers to provide truly unlimited potential and opportunity for farmers to be viable without farming in fear, without the threat of not knowing any day when they're going to be hit with all of these violations and ultimately shut down and prevented interest truly fulfilling the american dream to be able to farm in peace and be as successful as you can be. >> who would this thunk it, the right to not farm in fear. thank you for joining us. hosting a pumpkins and politics at your location. >> a celebration of the american farmer. coming up, try googling hillary clinton health problems. did you mean hillary clinton headquarters or health plan? plus, dr. ben carson, himself a doctor, joins us live in just a minutes. stick around.
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good morning. it is sunday august 28th. i'm sandra smith and this is a fox news alert. it is the strongest evidence of pay to play yet. brand new e-mail showing clinton foundation allies got special treatment at the state department. we are live in washington. plus, donald trump under fire for bringing up the death of an nba star's cousin on the campaign trail. >> she was the mother of four and was killed while pushing her infant child in a stroller just walking down the street. it's horrible. it's horrible. >> some may not like the approach but no one is challenging him on the facts. dr. ben carson is here to react in moments. and star spraangled backlas. colin kaepernick refusing to rise for the national anthem because he says our country is racist. how are his fans reacting this morning? ♪
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>> can you get flames out of a jersey? >> i don't think you can. >> "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. good morning and thanks for joining us on the couch. >> sandra, nice to see you. >> anna and tucker are off this morning. >> back to school time football starting but we have a fox news alert to get to this morning. >> good sunday morning, everybody. we have this fox news alert. the romance between hillary clinton's state department and her family's foundation exposed again. >> brand new e-mails showing inside favors from both sides. >> our own garrett tenney is live from washington, d.c., with the details. >> hey, garrett. >> good morning. it almost seems like this is becoming a weekly ritual. the state department releases more e-mails which leads to a new round of questions when the
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state department and the clinton foundation. the latest release includes ale e-ma -- eight e-mails. the group citizens united claims these e-mails show new evidence that top donors to the clinton foundation received special treatment and privileges from clinton's state department. in one e-mail from december 2010, doug band, who was a top official at the foundation, sent hillary clinton's top aide, huma abedin, a list of three individuals to be invited to an official state department lunch with the chinese president. those three individuals also happen to be major donors to the clinton foundation with rockefeller foundation president judith rodin donating between $10 million and $25 million according to the foundation. apparently she didn't simply want to attend the lunch, she wanted to be at vice president joe biden's table. doug band with the clinton foundation followed up with abedin to make that request to which abedin responded, quote,
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i'll ask. in a statement to abc news which first reported the new e-mail, citizens united president writes after more than two years of freedom of information act requests and lengthy lit gag, t the truth is finally coming out. senior staff worked with the clinton foundation to reward big donors with special access and favors for four years. both the state department and the clinton campaign maintain donors to the clinton foundation did not receive any favors or hole any special influence. we'll leave that up to the viewers to decide as we continue to get more e-mails. >> we want to bring in dr. ben carson now to take on this topic this morning. doctor, good to see you back here on "fox & friends" this morning. >> good morning. first, let's get you to react just to that right there, the new evidence of more pay to play. is this the kind of ironclad
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evidence folks were insisting was out there? >> it's pretty obvious what's going on. the only people who don't understand it are people who don't want to understand it and are sticking their heads in the sand and deny, deny, deny. that's the way criminal element does things, never admit guilt and keep denying it. but, you know, here is what's interesting, they say if hillary becomes president, you know, this will stop. they will stop accepting donations from foreigners and from corporations. why would they do that if it's perfectly fine? >> dr. carson -- >> if it's not fine, why would they wait until then to do it. >> as we wake up this northern one of the most talked about topics is race. it was a big week for it last week and now we have this. donald trump is citing the death of dwyane wade's cousin while she was pushing a baby stroller outside of an elementary school in chicago.
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but people are saying donald trump is using this horrible, tragic incident to win over black voters but no one is choosing to challenge him on the actual fact of what is happening in that city. what do you make of the media coverage of that tweet by donald trump? >> well, i mean, i can't even imagine what's going through the minds of the family. just taking her baby on the stroller on the street and ending up dead. but, unfortunately, that's a story that can be repeated by multiple stories all the time in chicago and in some of our other inner cities and donald trump has correctly pointed out this is a major problem, and i'm not exactly sure why it is the democrats are wanting to complain other than the fact this they complain about everything that he says no matter how he says it and when he says it. the fact of the matter is if we're going to make america
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great, we cannot have large pockets of dysfunction. we can't have areas where people are not being appropriately educated. he's not saying that's the case for everybody. you know, i came out of an inner city. i got appropriately educated, but, you know, my story is different from a lot of people. i had a mother who was absolutely determined that i was going to be successful. and we have to as a society recognize that if we have pockets of weakness, it weakens our entire society. >> i think the response was not necessarily in the words that he then later said at that rally but it was in the initial tweet which he later pulled down and sent out another tweet, and there were people who pounced on it as insensitive, that they thought he was -- in his original tweet said just what i have been saying, african-americans will vote for trump. he tied that will vote for trump in the condolences about dwyane wade's cousin being shot. >> there's nobody that is always
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going to say everything exactly the way that everybody is going to be satisfied. somebody is going to say, you should have said it this way or you should have said it at this time. you know, this is ridiculous what we're going therough as a nation. picking on little things when we have this gigantic issues stairing us in the face. it's like when jesus said, why are you going to complain about a splinter in your brother's eye when you have a beam in your own? we don't look at the obvious and we try to divert attention. >> it's the number one trending topic on faish afacebook and its almost football season. people are talking about colin kaepernick. you saw what he did on friday night at the game against the green bay packers during the national anthem. he decided to sit it out. here is a photo of him sitting on the bench on the sidelines. not standing for the national anthem. he said because of oppression of racial minorities in this country he wouldn't stand for the national anthem. what do you make of that? people burning his jerseys now?
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>> obviously i strongly disagree with that. you know, does our country have problems? of course it does. every country has problems if you're populated by human beings because human beings have problems. but, you know, to disrespect our national anthem and our flag after so many people have sacrificed so that he could have the freedoms that he has today, so that he could make, you know, a very, very good living in this, quote, racist, unquote land. i mean, i think people really need to stop here for a moment and recognize that, yes, we can cast aspersions and say bad things about anything if we want to. why don't we look at the things that have made us great and try to enhance those. those the problem i have with this. >> one of those things that enhanced it was a speech given 53 years ago by dr. martin luther king, the "i have a dream" speech.
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how do you think most fans will react to an nfl star saying i just won't stand for your anthem? >> well, there's no question that he has the right to do it. no question about that at all. i don't argue with that. that's what people fault and died for, but, you know, when you're a public figure and an example to others and you do things like this this, i think you should not complain about the consequences when people are outraged about it, when maybe you don't get a contract renewed, maybe you don't get sponsorships, don't complain. you brought it on yourself. >> dr. carson, he know you'll be packing your bags. you have a planned trip back to michigan with donald trump, and that's said to be part of his effort to court more black voters. you're going to be on your way soon. >> to detroit, right? >> yes, absolutely. my hometown, which, as you know, was once the most prosperous city in america and became the
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largest bankruptcy because of policies that were not beneficial to the people, that did not uplift people, that made people dependent. those are the things that we have to change because the more people that we have to pull along as a society, the slower we go. we need to empower all of our people. that's what america is about, liberty and justice for all. >> homes in detroit in certain pockets $500 you could buy a home for. terrible, terrible situation there. dr. ben carson. >> tremendous blight. always good to see you. brand new details surrounding the savage death of two catholic nuns in rur wral mississippi. the suspect rodney sanders confessing but gave no reason for committing the crime. we are also learning he has a long criminal history. the 46-year-old's record spans three decades and covers everything from a robbery to duis. he's charged with two counts of capital murder. a wake for the sisters will be held today.
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and horror at 30,000 feet. a southwest jet forced to land midflight after part of its main engine ripped off on the way to orlando from new orleans. flying metal gashing the plane and causing a loud bang. 99 passengers and 5 crew members were on board and forced to put on oxygen masks as the pilot told air-traffic control, we're down to the line. no one was hurt. the ntsb is investigating. part of a website d.c. leaks shut down as the twitter page has been suspended. this after the site recently reloaded information targeting billionaire george soros. but suddenly you can't access those latest documents on the site. the documents in question reveal that soros called europe's refugee crisis the new normal r for his organization to influence immigration policies
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on a global scale. if you are searching for information about hillary clinton's health, good luck googling it. a new report says the search engine has been censoring the results. if you type in hillary clinton's health on google, you get all types of suggestions that have absolutely nothing to do with her health. however, they do come up if you try the engine -- search engine bing which is owned by microsoft. all right. and the same happens, by the way, with yahoo!. those are your headlines. >> i wonder what happens on duck duck go. >> you're like a human search engine. i ask clayton things, and he givers me answers. gee has encyclopedic knowledge of really dumb stuff. >> can you believe i got to hit the tennis ball with chris everett. that was incredible but also incredible nerve-racking to do that. let's talk a little weather. we have this system that's just to the north of cuba.
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it's an area of low pressure. we've been watching it for the better part of about a week and a half now saying that it might develop and it has not happened. but we are still saying it might develop. get ready for the next few days. we have water temperatures that are certainly warm. not incredibly baking but warm over the eastern part of the gulf. the computer weather models, look at what goes on. still kind of a mess but we think maybe we have a landfall of a system between pensacola and tampa, maybe wednesday to friday. how is that? lots of uncertainty still. we'll keep talking about it. >> you got me worried about that 99l. >> rick, thank you. hillary clinton's new pay-to-play scandal bringing an old friend back in the spotlight. what was cindy blumenthal's role in all this? and then ainsley erhardt is making a special sunday appearance alongside the trump family. we're looking forward to it. ♪
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even something as seemingly innocuous as us referring to sidney bluming that will as her adviser, she got really upset when we used that term. you will never believe what term the fbi used. >> sidney blumenthal, a long time friend and so-called adviser is back in the spotlight. >> was his role in all of this? let's ask. what was he doing at the foundation? >> this is a fascinating thing. we keep hearing that the clinton foundation, james carville the other day said you will go to hell for criticizing the clinton
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foundation. this whats this glorious thing that only helped dying people and poor people all around the world and yet they had sid bluming that will on the payroll for $10,000 a month from the moment hillary clinton became secretary of state. and the reason he had that job was that not even the obama administration wanted him around. >> that's a key point, jonah. she wanted him working with her while secretary of state after working with the clintons for decades and the obama administration warned against it. they didn't want him there. >> they didn't want him there for a bunch of reasons in part because one of his true gifts is peddling nasty rumors in the press and during the primaries he had done that against obama and too many people on the obama team hated blumenthal. other people just hated him because he's such a hatable guy. regardless, the thing is he then goes to the clinton foundation and they're taking this money that's supposed to go to poor
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kids and instead they are paying him to highlight the legacy of president clinton. >> that's may favorite job description ever. when i set up my foundation, i want you -- that's going to be your job. for $10,000 a month you're going to highlight the legacy of clayton. that's ridiculous. >> great yellow highlighter and i will highlight it all day long. he didn't really do that. what he was doing was he was running this sort of off-book intelligence consulting business for hillary clinton. we know this from the e-mails. he sent dozens of e-mails about libya using contacts off book all while having his overhead covered by the clinton foundation which just highlights and this is one small aspect of it, that the clinton foundation, yes, it does good things, charitable nice things, but that's a business expense to the foundation. its purpose was to keep the clinton payroll up and running for another campaign. >> you say in your piece you
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don't need to look for the quid pro quo here. why not? >> everyone is looking in these e-mails for some proof that the clintons took a donation like it was a bribe and then granted some favor, initiated some policy or something like that. the meetings themselves are the quo. people go to political fund-raisers every week to have just their picture taken with a candidate. that is what they get out of the money. they get this ability to say when i was having coffee with hillary clinton the other week. that is a value. these meetings with the secretary of state are of enormous value, particularly overseas. >> i'll send you the contract for your new job, jonah. >> jonah goldberg, national review. thank you. >> great to be here. our next guest is a former nfl star and super bowl champion. now he's breaking his silence about concussions and memory loss. he will share the emotional tribute to his wife and daughters next. and when you thought things
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welcome back. some quick headlines. no morning another football season brings another injury for dallas cowboys quarterback tony romo. he'll now be out until at least midseason. an mri revealing he broke a bone in his back last week against the seahawks. a broken bone, a different one than his back injury in 2014. and here is a look at all that vandalism done by ryan lochte in rio. if you look carefully, you can see where a poster used to hang. lochte and three other u.s. s m
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swimmers were confronted by authorities. a former nfl star breaks his silence on concussions and memory loss in an emotional tribute to his wife and daughters. ♪ you will always be my girls ♪ you will always be my world ♪ and no matter how tomorrow unfurls ♪ >> that is former super bowl winning tight end ben ewe teute. he wrote that after his playing days were over after he sustained memory loss. he's written a book as a way to help preserve his memories. former nfl tight end and author of "counting the days while my mind slips away."
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proud golden gopher and a fellow minnesotan, ben, thank you for joining us this morning. tell us a little bit about this book, this message to your wife and daughters. why did you write it and what are you telling them? >> i had the privilege of giving a testimony at a congressional senate hearing on behalf of the nfl players association, and at that meeting i had a chance to tell really a vulnerable story about this song i wrote "you will always be my girls." that first line in that song is "i'm in here counting the days while my mind is slipping away," which is the title of the book. really the book -- the book is designed to get people to care about their mind and their memories. maybe for the first time to realize how important their memories are to their identity and that was the lesson i learned over the course of writing this book which really allowed me to value every moment in my life better and gave me
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more purpose. >> ben, i look at these photos of your wife and your beautiful daughters. i have three young boys myself. so many americans look at these photos and they are memories that we try to -- we take a photo in our mind. as i often say to myself, i want to have this picture in my mind so i never forget them while they're young. what you're saying is, hey, those memories may slip away. i want my kids to know how much i cherish them in this book. >> absolutely. that was the foundation of writing the book was to really give a legacy story to my family with the realities that many former nfl players face due to the consequences of concussion and when i left the game at 30 years old already having some long-term memory problems, it really made me think long and hard about that question. what does my future hold? does it look like a mike webster's or like a frank gifford? these questions are realities for me. so the book really came out of a
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heart that was designed to just get people to care emotionally about the importance of their brains. >> kids say the darnedest things. what have your daughters said through this? any sort of reassurance or special messages back to dad? >> well, we have a 7-year-old identical twins are 5 and a 1-year-old. so, you know, they're not really at an age yet where they quite understand but when they watch that music video, what they say is their daddy lying in a hospital bed with his head wrapped and it gives us a chance to talk about, you know, daddy's playing days in the nfl and how it unfortunately ended due to daddy hurting his head and it gives us a chance to start to have that conversation with them because, you know, not only myself but my wife was captain of the women's golf team at the university of minnesota, so we have an athletic family. i don't doubt my girls are going to want to take part in sports and it will be a topic of
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conversation that we have with them as they continue to get older. >> ben, most americans haven't played nfl football, haven't had the concussions like you have, but what is the message you have for parents who are taking these things for granted? what does this book tell them? >> sure. well, it's been a blessing to work with the american brain foundation this last year and the american academy of neurology and the neurologists of america to answer that question, and i think most importantly parents have to be educated. make sure you know what a concussion is and what to do if, in fact, you face a concussion, and then we need to start i think having conversations, healthy conversations as parents, around what is the right entrance age for a child? you know, for me it was fourth grade and now kids are entering contact sports in first and second grade. and so we want to make sure that we protect our children during the most important developmental brain stages they go through which is ages 2 to 12. i think having those conversations and doing your
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best as a parent to get connected to a nur olteurologin brain expert in case your child ever faces aly important. >> ben utecht, thanks very much for joining us. for writing the book. we're going to be right back. >> thanks, pete. what if a company that didn't make cars made plastics that make them lighter? the lubricants that improved fuel economy. even technology to make engines more efficient. what company does all this? exxonmobil, that's who. we're working on all these things to make cars better and use less fuel.
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and welcome back to "fox & friends" on this sunday morning. we've got some new polls out we want to show you. the discussion lately on it's campai -- the campaign trail has been around race. donald trump 8% to hillary clinton's massive 87% lead right now. if the election were held today. >> also sheds some light on how he's performing with hispanics. 73% for clinton. 22% for trump. but certainly we are hearing that behind the scenes they are constructing a plan and a strategy to deploy employees and staff and family members to reach out to those minority
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communities. >> they're working really hard in front of the cameras talking to the constituency but also working behind the scenes. our own ainsley erhardt landed a couple interviews talking about their attempts to work behind the scenes to reach out to minority voters. >> she sits down with them. >> so lara, being the daughter-in-law of donald trump, lynn, you have been working for the trump family for how many years? >> seven years actually. >> so the two of you and additional individuals are going to go out into the community and do what? >> we have a great team of women we're working with. it's myself, lynn, omarosa who a lot of people know from "the apprentice," katrina pierson, we're speaking with women, speaking with minorities and talking about the man we know and why donald trump is the best man for the job. >> what is the goal?
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>> the goal is to share his message and get the talking points out to women and minorities so they understand what he's doing for us so they can share that message with people that maybe don't understand that. >> i think it's really hard today to get a true sense of who donald trump is because the media is very skewed and we really took it upon ourselves to put together a group of women who know him very personally to go out and say this is who we know. this is why he's a great man and the best leader of our country. >> so, lynn, how did the meeting go? was it more of the african-american community and leaders telling him exactly what they thought he should be doing? >> it was a little bit of both. he was listening to a lot of our african-american leadership and then he was also taking the opportunity to roll out some of the plans that he has already lined up to benefit this community, make us less dependent on the government, and make us self-serving. >> what are your friends in the african-american community saying about you supporting donald trump? >> you know, i have a really
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great group of friends around me. they know my character, my work ethic. they know how he treats me and my family and he couldn't be more supportive. >> you're saying he's not racist, right? >> 100%. it's the most ludicrous thing i have ever heard. >> very interesting. it does sound like they have a plan and strategy going on. >> it will be interesting to see if it works. let's get to debbie wasserman schultz dodging questions about the dnc e-mail controversy just days before her primary. instead, she's focusing on hillary clinton's e-mails. the former dnc chairwoman insisting voters aren't concerned about them saying no one on it's campaign trail has even asked her about them. meanwhile, new report shows clinton staffers were urged to hide all communications with the dnc using an encryption app just weeks before wikileaks published 20,000 hacked e-mails exposing a plot against bernie sanders
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leading to wasserman schultz's resignation. the wisconsin man whose murder trial captivating america still claiming his innocence. >> the sheriff was toll d bithe police, you have the wrong guy. >> i told him be careful, they are not close to being finished with you. >> the lawyer of steven avery filing a motion for extensive testing of dna evidence. she says it will prove he was framed again. avery spent 18 years in prison on a false rape conviction. he is now serving a life sentence for murdering teresa halbach on halloween in 2005. tomorrow the u.s. will reach its target of 10,000 syrian refugees. it's part of a year-long resettlement program, one that has been at the center of attacks being called a potential security threat. some lawmakers, however, say refugees are thoroughly screened.
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clo if hillary clinton wins the white house, she's vowed to bring more refugees here in the coming years. it was a hero's welcome for a pair of gold medal gymnasts. aly raisman returning to her massachusetts hometown cheered on during a rally for aly. and in new jersey, thousands of people turning out to welcome home laurie hernandez. she traveled through her town in a motorcade for five miles. local officials and gymnastics groups all taking part. >> what a special proud moment. >> love it. rick is standing by with a look at the forecast. >> guys, it's still solidly summer. no real signs of fall. a lot of people start to think fall coming. >> football. >> clayton, you like your pumpkin spice latte. >> too hot right now. >> we're two weeks away from the peak of hurricane season. we have this right here. it's gaston.
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this was fiona. it may bring a little bit of rain showers across parts of carolinas. the one we're worried about is the one we've been talking about for 12 days. it's to the north of cuba and we think a lot of the models are still indicating we will see some development of this or might see some development this week. this is one of the models we like that we trust quite a bit. it brings a friday morning storm somewhere there in the big bend of florida. getting ready. we'll continue to watch it. plenty of time to take a look at this, but we do want to talk about that. one other thing, we had all the flooding across louisiana. more rain still across that area. not getting much of a break. >> pumpkin spice latte. who drinks those? >> clayton does. >> i will have one once a season. i'm still working off this holiday weight. coming back around again. whip cream. >> admit you love them. >> the epipen price hike has people around the country furious. there's been outrage this week,
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drug prices are way too high. that's for sure. but what the critics are saying about all of this attack on the maker of the epipen is that they're not understanding the transparency of who gets what. so they sent me a chart. i just spoke with the ceo on the phone and she sends me this chart that i want to show you. basically she's saying that the company gets -- this is the price hikes we're looking at right now. this is the cast back in 2011. $165. it's all the way up to $609 this year. >> and that's at the root of the problem. >> correct. $609 is what the person at home will pay for it. out of that $609, she says the company only pockets 2 $ $74. at the end of the day it is the customer paying $609, but all of that money is being divvied up into all of these five players, the manufacturer and those four.
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>> the cost of production is going up but the critics are saying there's a road block on generics. right now there's effectively a monopoly. >> that's another major issue. the way the fda works, it has to be exactly equal. another product, a competing product, has to be exactly equal like a syringe. this is auto injecting. it's not necessarily a typical syringe. any competing drug that comes on the market, if it's not the exact syringe, this auto injector that the epipen is, then it's not comparable. so it's more delays and more delays and it takes longer and longer to get approved. >> paperwork, bureaucracy. >> correct. and all of that is keeping competitors off the market allowing epipen to own this market. >> at the end of the day who gets hurt? the consumer. >> and you have interviewed her multiple times. just got her on the phone which is an amazing opportunity to ask her so many questions. there has been scrutiny over
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several things surrounding her. she's the daughter of a democratic senator, u.s. senator. she has also received significant pay increases over the past several years as the price of the epipen has gone up. her most recent salary was upwards of $18 million. >> right. >> people are sort of outraged looking at the price hike of the pen. >> and that's it's very hard for the average guy and gal out there and the person, the victim, the person paying all this money to understand. how is it possible that my cost went up 400% and she's getting her salary raise? and it's hard -- and it's not -- >> if jyou're john stofel, you say that's capitalism. >> that's right. these drugs cost a lot of money to make and if you don't have the appeal out there for an investor to say i'm going to invest my run in r & d, i'm going to put my money out there and make sure they have a life saving drug, you have to have
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that person believe they can make money. >> inspires more innovation. >> system has no transparency. can you imagine any other industry where you have no idea what it's going to cost you? >> you get more of this passion in 12 minutes on sunday morning futures. >> i love it. >> you have got america's mayor rudy giuliani on the e're going what's going on with the trump campaign. last week they were at a ten-point differential. now trump seems to be narrowing that gap between he and clinton. we'll talk about how he's preparing for the upcoming deba debate. >> we'll see you, sunday morning futures. it's a blockbuster -- it's a boxing blockbuster that just landed in theaters. >> in 66 seconds, rockeberto changed my life. >> but is "hands of stone" worth
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your money? who should we ask? how about that man? kevin maccarthy is up next. >> "hands of stone." new clients? let's go meet them soon. in person, we could read the room. on the phone, you're just a voice. yeah, i'm good. for fast rewards, let's book on choice.
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it ask an action packed weekend. hands of stone is the new block buster that just landed in theaters. >> in 66 seconds roberto duran changed my life. >> get in there and act like it. >> are we going to be champions?
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>> kevin, is it worth our money? >> i'm out here in los angeles. these two, usher raymond plays sugar ray leonard in the film. i didn't know a lot about roberto duran. edgar ramirez is fantastic. i really loved the per farm manss from robert denero. it is cool to see him back in a boxing film. this film has problems in the direction and the pacing area. the editing, it gets a little bit confusing.
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i wanted it to be a little more structured but boxing matches are absolutely fantastic. i gave it a three out of five. the performances are an overall film. >> i was going to say, how can you go wrong with robert denero in. >> it is an undertold boxing story for sure. we all know jason has never made a bad movie in his life. what do you think of mechanic resurrecti resurrection? >> it is absolutely awful. it is an awful film. i love jay on. i liked crank. i liked the transporter one. smoke and barrel. he is actually a really fun act actor. it looks like you're watching a bad made for tv movie. the thing you saw at the
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beginning of this clip right now, the pool scene is awesome but the entire thing is in the trailer. i do not tliek film. i gave it a 1.5 out of 5. the best movie of this week is a movie called don't breathe. i can't say much about it. it's the best movie you'll never ever want to watch ever again. i'll tweet out my review. it is horrific. horrific. >> and i just had a chance to see kubo with the kids. >> yes. it was phenomenal. >> totally great. it is a wonderful film with beautiful voice work. also, if you want to stay home and can't get to a theater. there's another one called sing
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street. it is one of the most wonderful films. >> they are for adults now anyway. >> they are. >> very true. >> and sausage party really good too. >> all right. bye. >> more fox and friends next. >> thank you. ♪ don't just eat. ♪ mangia! bertolli.
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>> this just in. rumored to be donald trump's training video. >> if you would have told me we would be locking horns for the championship i would have called you a liar.
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>> wrestle mania style. >> perfect pitch. >> thanks for joining us. good morning. explaning why he would be the best president for the economy. good morning. this is sunday morning futures. trump spending much of the last week focusing to be majority vote. plus new revelations in a the clinton e-mail status. he is with me. outrage over an unfulfilled promise for the president tt

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