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>> you are watching "fox & friends first" on this beautiful morning. >> thank you for starting your day with us. >> chaos at one of the busiest airports in the country. passengers running for their lives at los angeles runway. >> forcing trallers to leave their bags behind and find refuge outside on the car mac. police sweeping the airport with their guns drawn trying to find a suspect. it turned out to be a false alarm. a man dressed in a zorro costume with a plastic sword was arrested. it is not known if the two events were connected. they were asked to go through security once again. delays expected all morning
long. >> tull tim storms take aim. they break heavy rain and winds. two tropical depressions we are talking about form in the atlantic right now. one set to turn into a tropical storm as early as tomorrow. the other one you can see it right there at the gulf headed straight toward florida. then there's hurricane gaston the first major hurricane of the year. the monster storm is gaining strength and moving north east but it is not expected to hit the united states we will have updates with the weather folks. >> donald trump ready to reveal his immigration plan this week with a major speech among mounting information he is softening his stance. >> after almost two weeks of where trump stands on his immigration policy we should get answers and that's coming from trump himself.
he posted i will be making a major speech on illegal immigration on wednesday in the great state of louisiana. big crowds looking for a larger venue. several hit the sunday shows to try to clarify their stance on immigration. they were consistent saying he has been consistent on no amnesty and sanctuary cities and yes will go the wall. does donald trump still support the use of a deportation force? >> he said in the campaign and he said it on the big stage. i was there as one of the moderators i am going to set up a deportation force and all 11 people who have come into this country illegally have to go. do they or don't they? >> he said will he look at this. he is softening his approach more than policy. >> trump prepares to head out west in california and washington state he's continuing to question clinton's health.
he said i think both candidates crooked hillary and myself should release detailed medical records. i have no problem in doing so. hillary? i am sure trump would use a similar refrain. trump will be unusually quiet. they have no big public events but trump's running mate will be at two rallies in georgia. republican national committee chairman rance prie-- reince priebus offered this explanation. >> his position is going to be tough and fair but it will be humane. he is going to build and complete the wall that was set in place boo in 2006 by congress. it will be paid for. i believe he is going to-d -- when he talks about deportation he's going to go after people who are here and are criminals
and shouldn't be here. donald trump understands with every position taken and as you get closer to the white house a degree of humanity and decency is part of the decision made. a recent research poll says trump supporters view immigration as a big problem in the u.s. 66 percent compared to 77 percent of clinton supporters. >> outrage boiling over fans burning jerseys after the nfl star retuesdafuses to stand for national anthem. the san francisco 49ers quarterback they are kelling him to move to canada. what happened overnight. ke colin kaepernick wants to be the voice for people voss voices aren't will go peared. he sees change in america's race relations.
caber ni kaepernick remains seated during the playing of the national anthem in the game. kaepernick he explains black people and people of color are suppressed and subjected to police brutality. >> that's something that needs to change. this country stands for freedom, liberty, justice for all and it is not happening for all right now. >> he goes on to say until that changes he vows to continue his protest. but his actions are spark ago firestorm of mixed emotions. some sports fans responded by burning and stomping on his jersey telling the qb this. if you don't love our country, get the (bleep) out of it. okay? >> pretty strong words there. former new york giants player steve weatherford posted on twitter saying "colin kaepernick
you won't stand in respect of your con dre. you are welcome to leave. i will help you pack. >> some say he has a right to express his beliefs and people vefr ry right to express disagreement. others say he is showing disrespect to members of the military. he says he respects those who serve and protect our freedom including his right to protest. what do you think? should he be punished by the nfl? you can send us your comments on facebook or twitter or e-mail at fox & friends email@example.com. two criminals charged in the shooting death of nba star duane wade's cousin. she was killed while pushing her baby in a stroller in chicago. investigators now calling this horrific example of how bad the justice system is. >> two brothers are behind bars
arrested in the shooting death of basketball star's dwayne wade's cousin. they are on paw control for previous gun charges. >> this is an example of why we need to reet habitual offenders in the city of chicago. when will enough be enough? all trich was killed while pushing her near born in a stroller near an elementary school. >> she wasn't aware her short life would stand as an example for what is a clear failure in the criminal justice system here in chicago. she was another mother who wanted her children to get an education just like any parent would. >> this murder is indicative of a much larger problem.
>> she planned to address the issue in a comprehensive way. >> there have been 455 homicides in chicago already this year compare that to the 470 murders in chicago in the whole of 2015. aldrich was not the intended target of the shooting. her baby was not hurt and is being cared for by family members. >> the biggest stars all under one roof for the mtv video music awards. >> the superstar beyonce using it as her own political stage. watch and listen. >> the singers dancers were shot down one by one on the stage
going from white to red. some saying it was a representation of what that he say is police brutality. >> she walked the red carpet with mothers of high profile names in police involved shootings. >> kanye west did the best to stop the show with a rambling introduction called spade his new movie. >> brittany made an appearance. >> some say it is an epic come back. ♪ >> i read mixed reviews on that. it was the first time in cleane a decade the pop princess has performed. >> he went all out. look at this. ryan lochte strutting on stage in a track suit, fluorescent sneakers olympic medal and blue hair. >> who has the best video of the
year. i can't tell you that. they are all so great and so talented i could never choose. i couldn't tell you even if there was a gun to my head. >> perhaps the best part of that was fallon happened to be -- his biggest fan was michael phelps. his jaw dropping reaction. >> there was no stopping rihanna. the singer performed four times during the show. i know beyonce performed a lot as well. she wrapped up the vma's with the award. >> i love it. too late for us. >> it is now 10 minutes after the hour. we have a fox news alert to bring you. this is a real tragedy. a fire chief was killed in a bus crash and dozens more people were injured. what we just found out about who was behind the wheel. and it is an outrage. >> running out the clock, hillary clinton refusing to hold
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the laws of this country, end sanctuary cities. >> that is the vp nominee defending donald trump after he has been slammed for makie changing his tone on immigration. what can he say to win over voters? here is political reporter washington free beacon reporter is in washington. here next to me is the author of drosing t crossing the finish line. lauren your book is coming out in flee weeks. congratulations on that. i want to ask you on this. donald trump has been softening his tobe on immigration. that is a word he has used and kelly ann conway has used as well. how is that winning over voters so far? >> at this point he has a virtually impossible needle to thread. he is clear about his position. his position has not changed.
65 percent of americans support illegal citizenship for illegal immigrants who are in the country. even among republicans, 50 percent of republicans consider a pass for citizenship for immigrants. >> among his base and we have gabby available in washington. gabby, this change in tone has to be concerning to a lot of people who are supporting him so far. >> it absolutely does. we have seen a lot of outrage from some of the top supporters. i know ann coulter wasn't happy to see his shift. there are outstanding questions about where he intends to go with this. the biggest being whether this is a shift in his approach or a shift in his policy. kelly ann conway was on the airwaves talking about massive deportation and whether or not he still entends to deport the
immigrants. he wants to build a wall he wants to look at visas but whether or not he plans to take a more humane approach to deportation is something we should expect him to address in the coming days. a lot of people who supported him have supported him so far. he can do that to support 11 million people a lot of those voters might be upset and could even stay home. take a look at this "washington post" abc news poll. the question was posed who do you trust more to handle immigration? the answer may surprise you. trump supporters 57 percent better trust clinton to handle it. 36 percent donald trump. >> i think part of that is it is so completely outside of anything rational rooenlable to
support 11 million people many of whom have been in the country for years. when it comes to this question about legal citizenship that is the view of majority of americans. george w. bush won 40 percent of hispanic votes when he ran in 2000 and 2004. >> the bush administration wouldn't call it amnesty. that upset his constituency. >> it is the core constituency who supports 11 million people actually going to win you the white house? the answer is no. if you look at the basic numbers you have no choice. this is the problem. if candidates continue to alienity minority voters the white house will be better. >> i want to ask you quickly before we move on to the second topic, what does he need to say in his speech he is plan to go give on wednesday? >> he needs to address the question of whether or not this is a change of policy. if you are going to change where he stands on mass deportation is
he going to change where he stands on building the wall in the southern border? is he going to change the way president obama has enacted programs like dapa and daka. these are the things he hasn't gotten into the nitty-gritty details before and i expect him to address in his immigration speech. >> despite mounting pressure and criticism hillary clinton is still refusing to hold a press conference. the question is, is she simply trying to run out the clock and avoid the media on this. >> i absolutely think she is. when asked whether or not they intend to hold the press conference between now and election day, that to me is a flat no. 69 percent of inparen dent voters don't see her as an
honest or trust worthy candidate. >> i don't think she has a lot -- she has more to risk than to gain by doing the press conferences. i happen to be someone who wouldn't like to ee her do it but why take the risk? is i take the same tone. >> people are hearing from her but maybe not the way they want to. >> thank you so much for joining us. jackie? >> thanks heather. the time is now 20 after the hour. border patrol is on alert. how illegal immigrants are walking right into texas. on her list the celebrity who says she will be moving out of this country if donald trump is elected president. >> performance of wild things on last night's vma's.
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>> tim mcgraw giving a happy couple a surprise of a lifetime. "fox & friends first" continues right now. ♪>> good morning. welcome back to "fox & friends first." i am heather nauert. >> i am jackie ibanez. now 31 after the hour. we love having you here with us. >> we are back right now with the breaking story. chaos at one of the nation's busiest airports. panicked passengers, watch this, running for their lives at los angeles international airport after reports of a gunman on the
lose. >> they evacuated terminals forcing travelers to leave their baggage behind. you can see the bags totally left there alone. cops sweeping the airport with guns drawn trying to find a suspect but it all turned out to be a false alarm. a man dressed in a costume with a plastic sword, he was arrested. no word if the events were connected. everyone was forced to go through security again. delays all morning long are expected. donald trump ready he says to set the record state on the immigration policy after a lot of confusion. he will reveal his plan this weekend what he does as a major speech amid mounting speculation he's softening his stance. he used that word the campaigns. kristin fisher is live for us in washington with what we can expect. good morning, kristin. >> good morning. heather. we are two-days away from hopefully getting an answer as
to whether or not donald trump still sports one of the signature ideas of his campaign that is a creation of the deportation course. after almost two weeks of uncertainty last night trump posted on twitter i will be making a major speech on illegal immigration in the great state of arizona. big crowds. looking for a larger venue. several surrogates hit the area to try to see where trump stands on immigration. they were all consistent in saying trump has been consistent on no amnesty, no sanctuary cities and yes to building the big wall. >> we are going to secure the border and build a wall and have a physical bier year enforce the laws of this country and sanctuary cities. implement and verify. we will have a mechanism for dealing with people in this country that you heard the word humanely again. >> whether or not that mechanism involves the deportation force is still unknown. >> at the same time donald trump is challenging hillary clinton
to release her medical records. he said on twitter i think that both candidates drooked hillary and myself should release detailed medical records. i have no problem in doing so. hillary? we will be heading out west for a fundraiser in california in washington state tomorrow, arizona on wednesday for what has become a very highly anticipated speech on his immigration policy. jackie and heather? >> kristin fisher life for us in washington. thank you. chris christie coming to donald trump's defense insisting the republican nominee has been completely consistent on the issue of immigration ever since the beginning. listen. >> this is a guy who says no amnesty no legalization for folks who came in illegally. that has been the long standing policy along with the building of the wall on the united states mexican border. hillary clinton has a 100 day am nest tee plan. anybody no matter how you got
here is going to wind up becoming american citizens under hillary clinton's plan. if clinton approaches it is a completely unacceptable one an unlawful one and one he has supported going forward are not going to turn around and support and are going to do everything they can to keep hillary clinton out of the white house. that will mean voting for donald trump on november 8th. a recent few research center poll showing an overwhelming number of trump supporters 7 # percent favor building a wall along the u.s. mexico border 18 percent of people oppose it. we will be talking about that today. >> outrage boiling over fans burning jerseys after colin cap nick refuses to stand for the national anthem. many telling the san francisco 49ers ka 49ers quarterback to move to canada if he doesn't like it. good morning. kelly. >> after igniting a storm of
controversy refusing to stand san francisco 49ers colin kaepernick is having a descend. >> i believe the flag represents what it is supposed to represent and the country is representing people the way it is supposed to. i will say it. >> with those words he shut dat during the san francisco 49ers preseason game on friday. he explains he believes black people and people of color are oppressed and subjected to police brutality and he feels compelled to be a voice for those who hare not being heard. >> that is something that needs to change. that is something this country stands for freedom, liberties, justice for all and it is not happening for all right now. >> while some understand his beliefs and his expression of that they do not agee with his method of protest.
some sports fans are so outraged they have chosen to burn and stomp kaepernick's nfl jersey and adding this. >> mryou mr. kaepernick don't le our country, get the (bleep) out of it. >> you have freedom of speech, but you have to show respect to people who have gone before you who have prayed and have given you some of the freedom you have for generations to come. i will always show respect to the flag. >> that is the sticking point in all of this. many people are saying respect the flag which he says he is not going to do. the nfl says kaepernick will not be punished for his protest. players are encouraged but not required to stand during the playing of the national anthem. his form of dissent will likely continue and spark even more heated debate as the envelope season goes -- nfl season goes . >> we asked you should he be
punished by the nfl? the comments are pouring in. >> on facebook one says no it is clear in the flayer guidelines they are encouraged but not required to stand. they would lose if they tried to punish them. >> he should not be able to play if he cannot respect the american ways. >> both are a no win situation. he comes across as an arrogant egotistical misguided fool. >> patricia says he needs to be banned from ever playing football again. he is very disrespectful not to stand. >> the time is 38 after the hour. tipsy on the tarmac. the two pilots drunk behind the controls with more than 100 people on board. >> frightening. >> prepping for his first presidential debate. >> he's an unconventional candidate and he's not going to prepare the way hillary does. >> how is donald trump getting ready for the debate? find out. that's coming up next.
>> the new york little league team just brought home the international title. >> congratulations to those little guys. love that. >> first let's listen to nick jonas performing bacon. >> is that right? bacon? >> we need to tap into this. >> this is last night's video music awards. take a listen. john deere gator xuv590i, a vehicle so versatile it owns anything outdoors. thirty-two horsepower, a twelve hundred-pound payload and over a thousand different ways to configure yours. go gator.
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against north korea. >> the first time the u.s. team has won in five years. congrats, guys. >> in the meantime let's check in with pete to see what's coming up on fox & friends. the they have a look at israel and its military. hey, pete. >> we have a great show on "fox & friends" part of it will be visiting. what's it like where everyone serves. a little different than what i faced serving our military. an insightful look when we talk to their soldiers here on "fox & friends." >> how were they when you went up to them to ask about the service? were they willing to give the information? >> you walk up to any man in israel and say did you serve? almost all of them have. females as well. you ask them about their service one of the men we talked to he's
a ph.d. who is a private in the israeli defense forces. you don't see a lot of ph.d.'s who are privates in our military. interesting glimpse. the threat is he is sten sha existential. >> we will see you in a little bit. thanks. >> we will be right back. before taking his team to state for the first time... gilman: go get it, marcus. go get it. ...coach gilman used his cash rewards credit card
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all right. cing for extreme weather as multiple major storms take aim. wofl reporter jackie roscoe is live in seminole county, florida, with the latest. good morning, jackie. >> good morning to you. heading towards our west coast area. mostly towards the tampa area and there residents already preparing, grabbing sandbags and here in the orlando area, people have been going to stores stocking up with water, flashlights, batteriy ies becau we're expecting to get heavy rain during the week and strong gusts as well and emergency management operations here telling folks it's better to be prepared than not. even if this turns out be to be nothing here for the central florida area. according to the national hurricane center, the tropical depression is moving west at about nine miles per hour with maximum sustained winds of 35
miles per hour. the official forecast calls for it to become a tropical storm tonight into tuesday morning. that's why folks are preparing, going to the stores, getting perhaps a week's worth of supplies because again it's better to be prepared than not. it seems like this tropical depression is heading towards our west coast area and residence are bracing for whatever mother nature brings be. >> we'll be watching it. jackie live for us in florida. thank you. overseas, did chief construction play a role in italy's rising death toll following the earthquake. many questioning whether the buildings were up to code after dozens collapsed in that quake. and investigation centering around an elementary school there, renovated four years ago, but tremors quickly reduced it to rubble. the 6.2 magnitude quake responsible for at least 290
deaths. 141 passengers' lives put in danger by two pilots allegedly trying to fly drunk. the two united airlines pilots arrested at the glasgow airport in scotland after someone told officials they were asking funny. crews immediately took them off the plane bound for new jersey. they'll have to go to court today. faa records show between 2010 and 2015, 64 pilots were cited for failing drug or alcohol tests in the united states alone. jackie? >> what were they thinking. tense moments on train tracks leading to an incredible rescue. a new jersey transit officer being haled a hero after saving a man from a speeding train with seconds to spare. check it out. the officer went to the station after getting calls about an agitated person but when he got there the man jumped on to the tracks. the officer pleaded with him, pulling him to safety moments before that xhutsz commuter
train passed through. that man getting some medical help. wow. >> what a hero there. it is about 7 minutes before the top of the hour and a major announcement expected from donald trump this week. what to expect from the republican nominee coming up next. can i just get a re-do. the teen on the run from police who asked for a better mugshot, she didn't like that one. >> why not. >> but lucas graham performing "good kids" at the video music awards. ♪ mama told we were good kids and daddy told us never to listen to the one pointing fingers and making fun ♪ ♪ don't get me wrong ♪ i didn't have it bad she spent summer binge-watching.
soon, he'll take notes en espanol. get back to great with the right gear. from the place with the experts. office depot officemax. gear up for school. gear up for great. good morning. two minutes before the top of the hour. here's what's happening today. donald trump will reveal his immigration plan with a major speech set to take place on wednesday and try to quiet critics who say he's been softening his stance on the issue but that's a word that the trump campaign has used itself. softening. the 10,000 syrian refugee arrives in the united states today, part of the obama administration's year-long resettlement program that many say poses a national security threat. tennis fans, the u.s. open starts today in flushing, new york. see some of the world's top players in action including the reigning champ novak joe djokovn
the men's kide and gabini on the women's side. i hope i got that right. time for the good, bad and ugly. country music star tim mcgraw giving a bride and groom the surprise of a lifetime. listen. >> oh. >> the bride's father invited the singer to surprise everyone and he did performing "my little girl" for the father/daughter dance. can you imagine? best dad ever. next the bad, formula 1 racer loses control sending his car into a high speed spin. crashes his car so bad it breaks off the back. a teenage fugitive didn't like the mugshot police posted on facebook, she made a bold move, can i get another one. can you see this photo please
and thank you. amy sharp. caught a short time later. really? >> use my selfie instead. >> never know until you ask, right? >> great working with you. see you tomorrow. >> "fox & friends" starts right now. good monday morning to you and your family, august 29th, 2016. i'm ainsley earhart. chaos at one of the nation's busiest airports overnight. a loud pop sends people running for their lives. mistake down a man dressed as zorro. we are live with breaking details. can't make it up. >> dressed as zorro. >> is he a good guy or bad about guy. >> donald trump facing a firestorm from the media. this morning the trump campaign announces his plans to fight back. and collin kaepernick doubles down saying he will continue to remain seated for the national anthem. >> people are dying in