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the car thief hit a roadblock because the car he stole was a stick shift. he couldn't drive it. we'll be back again tomorrow, right? >> you will be. >> okay. >> we'll see you very soon. >> friday. >> perfect. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> have a great day. thank you, ladies. it is tuesday, august 30th. i'm ainsley earhardt. start with a fox news alert. a federal judge now ordering the state department to turn over all e-mails from hillary clinton's top aide, hum huma abedine. this as we get an exclusive look stating huma knew clinton's server was not secure. voter systems in two states are hacked. and wait until you hear who's behind those hackings. then colin kaepernick still says he plans to sit out the national anthem. he'll sit through the enbe tire song even though the nfl season
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kicks off the weekend of 9/11. this morning donald trump says the 49ers backup quarterback a message. you'll hear that. i'll read it outloud in our own voice. let me keep this in mind. your mornings are better because you decide to wake up with friends. ♪ ♪ good morning to you and your family. it's still dark out there, but it's never too early to bowl. >> or too late to bowl. early or late, it's all mixing. >> the message is it's okay if you're trying to go pro. >> it's okay now for me to bowl. thanks for the permission slip, brian. >> i hate to tell you -- >> bowling is back for women. >> i hate to tell you, but we have our christmas party every
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year and it's always at the bowling alley. i've been doing it for a long time. >> that's true, you have been doing it for a long time. >> you just drink. you're in the corner by yourself with a bucket of beer. >> i like to snack. we have some serious things to talk about this morning. a fox news alert. a federal judge has now ordered the state department to turn over all of huma abedine's e-mails before the election as reports suggest she was the conduit between the donors of the clinton foundation and the secretary of state. >> that's exactly right. we're getting a look this morning exclusively here on "fox & friends." these are coming out of the freedom of information act from judicial watch. this is united we're talking to later on. the reason there's more scrutiny on huma abedine. she's currently the go between. she wasn't just a state department employee, she was
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part state department employee, part clinton foundation employee. so you have -- >> a lot of people might not know that. she started working for the state department and then in the middle of that she wanted a part-time position so that she was able to consult and work for the clinton foundation. they allowed her to do that. >> you want to find out if there ace any co-mingling, you actually have the woman, the chief of staff for the secretary of state who got a new position who was actually seen and you're about to see in these e-mails interacting with the foundation and overseeing guest lists for various events. >> you have judicial watch who has asked all of the e-mails or the state department is being forced by the judge to release all of the e-mails by october 14th before the election. then you have citizens united, they've gotten more e-mails. they've given them to us exclusively. >> exactly right. in about 30 minutes. some things are flat out unexplainable. they are in a way, they're
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treating like the secretary of state like a child when it comes to her electronic -- her way of using e-mails, she doesn't want to give up her blackberry. i'm sure it's switched to an iphone. insistence on using a private e-mail address. some of the stuff is fascinating. could be coming back in the beginning of october might be a game changer because it's nestled between the debates. >> hillary clinton's lead over donald trump, did you hear this, is shrinking by the day. >> that's right. new polls show trump closing the gap as he gets ready for his big immigration speech tomorrow. >> saturday's big speech. fox news senior national correspondent john roberts is live in beverly hills because that's where donald trump has a home, hi, john. >> reporter: yes, we are standing in the famous will rogers park. we have polls, polls, polls. a new emerson poll, three battle grounds, ohio, pennsylvania and
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michigan shows that the landscape is changing out there among the voters. look at this, in ohio donald trump leads hillary clinton by one point. in pennsylvania hillary clinton is up by three. that's less than she was and in michigan she leads donald trump by 5 1/2 points approximately. it shows a narrowing of the gap there as well. the reason why donald trump is doing better is independent voters, particularly in ohio and pennsylvania. in ohio he leads her by 13 points among independents. in pennsylvania the lead is 6 points. in michigan they're pretty much even up when it comes to independent voters. in michigan, donald trump leads hillary clinton by 12 points. one of the reasons why the gap is narrowing there. in ohio though she leads him by 18 points among young voters. in pennsylvania the lead is about three points. nationally as well the numbers are starting to get closer. new monmouth poll show that
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she's up. a trump campaign said the polls would narrow. he starts to change the language on immigration. yesterday his running mate, mike pence, campaigning in georgia said voters are getting tired of the let's playbook. here's pence. >> the playbook of division, dividing us along racial lines once again. you all have heard it. the hot speeches last week by hillary clinton and by her running mate. the american people are tired of politicians who divide the american people to unite their support and win elections. i truly believe that. >> donald trump got in late last night, as did we. he has a couple of fundraisers today that he jets off to everett, washington, north of
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seattle for a big rally. tomorrow ainsley, brian and pete, it's a big immigration speech set for phoenix and we will be there bringing it all to you. >> everyone is curious to find out what he's going to say. thanks, john. >> hillary clinton does a fund-raiser, does not make news, does not make headlines. it will be an impactful week for him. polls tightening. everyone said how close will it be by labor day? he's doing the things he wants to do to reset the conversation. >> we'll see as we lead up to the debate when everyone starts paying attention. we've been paying attention for quite some time. colin kaepernick looks as though he's becoming one of the up and coming top five quarterbacks. he has a starting job in san francisco but he's on the tip of everybody's tongue because of what he's doing behind the spot shadow and that is sit down behind the national anthem. he's not shy about explaining his point of view.
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>> no, that's right. >> no, he talked about why he was sitting down for the anthem and talking about both of the presidential candidates. he's not in favor of either one of them, take a listen. >> you have hillary who's calling black teens, black kids super predators. you have donald trump who's openly racist. i mean, we have a presidential candidate who's deleted e-mails and done things illegally and is a presidential candidate. that doesn't make sense to me. if that was any other person, you'd be in prison. so what is this country really standing for? >> as you would expect, you get called openly racist. donald trump is going to respond and he did. this is what he had to say. >> terrible thing an you know, he'll -- maybe should find a country that works better for him. let him try. it won't happen.
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>> it won't happen. look, i thought it was a very good point. can you please tell us a country out there that's better or perfect. so i just think fundamentally if you stand for the national anthem, it doesn't mean you agree with everything that goes on for the country. you could do that same interview in the post game show. every reporter is dying for a real answer. we're so awkward. i want to blame it on the election. i support black lives matter and i don't think either candidate is honest. that will make just as many headlines. doesn't mean you're anti-america. >> if everyone sat down because they didn't believe in everything that goes on in this country, we would all be sitting down. you have to stand up for the people who have died for the red, white and blue. i saw this tweet this morning. it says, hey, kaepernick, i don't have legs but i'll stand with enough pride for both of us every time my national anthem plays. pretty powerful. >> veterans who were severely injured in service of his
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country. jerry rice, hall of fame 49ers quarterback says you have the right to do it but don't disrespect the flag. it's 9/11. the first weekend of football is 9/11. huge symbolism. are you telling me you won't have enough honor to do that? make the case. >> who was the other guy who was going to sit with him and he pulled back? >> eagles player came out and said, i'm going to do it. there was a sense in the nfl that a lot of players were going to join colin kaepernick. the nfl would have problems with their own fans. the nfl does not have a rule unlike the nba that says you have to stand up. it's still a choice. >> i just hope everyone continues to stand. >> i think most will. let's hand it over to heather who has more headlines. >> good morning to all of you. a fox news alert. a disturbing threat to our democracy. the fbi sending out an urgent warning after voting systems believed to be in illinois and
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indiana attacked likely by russian hackers. we're still trying to run down all the details on this. what we know so far is that the hack brought down the system for ten days. no data actually stolen. the fbi calling on other states to check their own systems for break-ins. this morning senate minority leader harry reid is calling on an investigation into the hackers. they're asking about ties between donald trump's campaign and possibly russian interests pointed out recent hacks of the democratic party. more on this as we get it. i think he's going to snap. that chilling tip stopping what could have been a horrific series of attacks targeting police, muslims and president obama. sell t setting up a sting around joseph gargiulo's house in boston, massachusetts.
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and from extreme weather to bring you now. a tropical depression taking aim at the outer banks today. as a second storm prepares to slam into florida. north carolina bracing for heavy winds and rains as early as tonight, and the storm off the gulf coast picking up speed overnight. it's set to hit florida by friday. residents are being warned to have a week's worth of supplies ready just in case. and this morning the tributes are pouring in this morning for the iconic actor and comedian gene wilder. ♪ come with me and you'll be in a world of pure imagination ♪ >> an outpouring of support and condolences from friends and colleagues. director mel brooks releasing a statement saying in part he blessed every film we did together with his special magic. actor steve martin calling him original and surprising every time and jim carrey tweeting, if there's a heaven, he has a
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golden ticket. wilder battled alzheimer's disease for the past three years. he was 83 years old. my son peter had his sixth birthday last fall and we rented a big movie screen, just as classic and good today. >> i am still a little bit traumatized by the willey wonka and the chocolate factory. >> i do miss gene wilder. >> thanks, heather. it's been a staple of donald trump's campaign since day one. >> i will build a great, great wall on our southern border and i will have mexico pay for that wall. >> so many are saying now he's backing down on that tough stance, that tough immigration stance. jason miller, there he is, he's here to respond. >> up early. and no one gets out of a jury duty, not even taylor swift. >> no way.
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questioned as campaign surrogates suggest the wall might not actually be made. listen. >> he's going to build a wall. it's going to be a technological as well as a physical wall meaning -- >> we hear 35 feet high with -- >> and with technology that can detect people five, six miles away. >> tomorrow he will outline, donald trump, his plans at a major immigration speech in arizona. so, what can we expect? here to weigh in is the guy that would know. see how much he'll tell us. jason miller, communications director with the campaign. welcome back. >> good morning. >> you see donald trump intentionally saying, listen, i'm going to back off when it comes to illegals in this country and kind of tier it. when it comes to tiering, who gets out first and will there be a priority list? >> what you see with mr. trump is he's been remarkably consistent. we're going to build a wall, secure borders and enforce immigration laws.
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we're going to end sanctuary cities. we're going to uphold the constitution. that's going to make a big difference. >> people who know the border who live in arizona and texas, they say you can't build a wall. there's a no man's land. it won't be like a great wall of china, correct? >> there will be a typical wall. there will be a physical wall on the mexican border. as we know, mess i could he will pay for it. >> do you feel it will go from sea to shining sea? >> i wouldn't say i'm the best person to be a advisor on how to build a wall but there will be a wall. >> what do you think of the nuancing on his stand on illegal immigrants and the wall? >> nothing's changed with mr. trump's stance. he has been remarkably consistent. he's going to stop illegal immigration. >> stop it first and second what about the ones that are here first. stop it and for the ones that are here, will there be a
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priority target? >> we already deport a lot of people every year. what we have to do is do a much better job than what president obama has been doing. mr. trump has said we're going to start with criminal illegals. we have to go with the really bad ones and get them here first. that's the number one priority. tomorrow night mr. trump will give a broader vision of what we're going to do. i don't want to get too far ahead of that. that's something that he will do and quite frankly hillary clinton won't. >> is the speech done? >> he'll be giving it tomorrow so -- >> okay. jason miller, thanks so much. >> thank you. >> the hottest issue on the campaign right now. coming up straight ahead. an out of control truck traps one woman in a burning car. a stranger steps in to save her life. then families on edge. someone in a clown suit is terrorizing their children. the scary warning you have to hear. ♪ ♪
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a quick look at headlines. a massive manhunt for these three inmates. one accused of murder. willey ethridge. they might be traveling in a stolen ford f-150 pickup. listen to this, a terrifying warning for parents right now. someone in a clown suit, yikes, is trying to lure kids into the woods near multiple apartment
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complexes in greenville, south carolina. parents say a man wearing a mask and a blinking nose is offering their kids money to go into the woods with him. police are now telling parents not to let their kids walk alone at night. all right. from the battlefield to the board room, this morning one company is bridging the gap between veterans and corporate america in an exclusive announcement you'll hear only on "fox & friends." dan rice is an iraq war veteran and president of thayer leader development group, a leadership development program at west point. thanks for joining us. >> good morning, pete. tell us about this idea. you're trying to help companies leverage veterans better. >> absolutely. we're located in the historic thayer hotel. we bring corporate executives through training. we have some of the greatest companies in america, jpmorgan, deloitte, mercedes benz. when they're inspired at west
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point, they always ask us, what more can we do to support veterans? we've started a number of initiatives. we've been able to and our army alumnae come up with a number of programs. last year we started the nasdaq closing bell. we initiate the the closing bell. we were able to get 60 companies to come raise their hand to hire more veterans. at that event we decided to do a 90-minute conference afterwards to talk about veterans initiatives. >> sure. >> these were the chief talent development officers from companies like federal express, from companies like wyndham, hilton. >> sure. >> they came and they started talking about all these different veterans issues and at the end of it they all agreed that nobody has really put together a veterans best practices. >> how do we put this together, how do we synthesize it all and that's the magazine going out on thursday. >> exactly. >> who's it going to? >> we partnered with the association for talent development. it's the largest association of
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talent managers, 140 different companies, 40,000 people in the u. they are doing is sending out this magazine to 40,000 people on thursday and it's a best practices for veterans initiatives. >> to h.r. professionals and companies and the companies that helped put it together we've seen some on the screen. these are companies already doing it saying here's why you should hire vets? >> exactly. when we put this together, we said, let's put a 1,000 word piece together. companies like 7-eleven, starbucks, mercedes-benz, ey, they all put together. it was a great exercise, they told me, for them because they have so many different groups doing so many different great things for veterans. to consolidate it all into one piece was a great exercise. they learned a lot. they thought, hey, what else can we do? this best practices piece is going out. we realized there's 13 different categories that companies can do to support veterans. everything from attracting, recruiting, hiring, training,
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networking within the company, mentoring, supporting veterans philanthropies. supporting spouses of active duty, supporting veterans. what we're doing at this point is to say, look, we have an amazing opportunity at this point. 40,000 people are getting this magazine on thursday. we would like to see, i've talked to a number of people who put the article together, have this inspire everybody. >> you have a challenge. we have a second here. you're challenging ceos of companies to implement these. >> exactly. we have ten weeks. if every company in america adopts these. it's free on td.org. come up with an idea and post it on their website. we can make some changes. >> that's fantastic. what i love about it, it helps the bottom line. it's about good business. >> exactly. >> get howard schultz from starbucks or joe depinto from
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♪ come fly with me ♪ let's fly, let's fly away two powerful people. a facebook friend request for the ages. mark zuckerberg getting the chance to meet pope francis at the vatican. >> and of course he didn't show up empty handed. zuckerberg gifted the pope a drone. >> that specific one is solar powered and helps bring internet to remote areas. the facebook ceo calling it a meeting that he'll never forget. i think that would be the same for all of us. >> i'm sure. let's hand it over to heather who has some headlines for us. >> i certainly do. good morning. good morning to all of you. brand new video showing the dangers our police officers face every single day. watch what happens during a traffic stop in georgia.
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>> look at that, a woman running over that police officer dragging him after he stops her for speeding. he tries to arrest her for outstanding drug warrants. thankfully that officer is expected to be okay. that woman, by the way, still on the run at this hour down in georgia, but cops will certainly find her, that's for sure. well, a woman saved by strangers in a heroic act all caught on camera. one car bursting into flames after a ten car pile up in upstate, new york. binghamton, new york. people frantically rushed to help after realizing there's a woman trapped inside that flaming vehicle. a man who happened to have a fire extinguisher puts out the growing inferno while they work to pull the woman from the wreckage. they're trying to track down the people to honor them. so many good people coming together to save her life. our friends and teeb be
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goi -- tebow going from the football field to the baseball diamond. there he goes. showcasing his baseball skills for major league scouts in los angeles. the heisman trophy winner will run the 50 yard dash -- excuse me, 60 yard dash, take some fly balls and hit some balls. good luck. we'll be rooting for you. not even super stars exempt from jury duty, not even taylor swift. watch. ♪ ♪ >> well, the "shake it off" singer taking care of her civic duties. she's reporting to court in nashville, tennessee. swift embracing it, taking selfies and signing autographs with other potential jurors. when the young asked what she did for a living swift simply said, songwriter. she was ultimately dismissed from the case. how fun. i bet nashville you see a lot of those big celebrities going up for jury duty. those are your headlines.
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i'll see you back here shortly. >> i love it. superstar, she certainly does every person things. we'll switch gears to the professional women's bowling association disbanded leaving a void until now. >> during that time kelly joined the professional bowl ler's association and became the first woman to win on the tour. now the pwba has come roaring back. danielle mckeown helped. >> professional bowlers join us now. so, ladies, brian made the big announcement the beginning of the show. he said, women can finally bowl. >> finally bowl again. >> they can bowl again professionally and get paid for it. congratulations? >> i started at the age of 6 on a saturday afternoon with my friends, fell in love with the grilled cheese and fries and came back every saturday.
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>> every saturday and went be to college bowling and then professional. >> very cool. >> very similar story. i just kind of did it for fun. i had all of my birthday parties there when i was younger. as i grew up i started to fall in love with it. >> it takes a special -- you're either good or you're not, right? if you're really bad like i am, can you ever become good? >> or get comfortable. >> with the men's bowling they encourage the guys to show more emotion when they're bowling. when everything is quiet the producers would say, show some emotions. people like to see it. do you feel that, too? since it's professional people want to see emotion. >> with our sport it's so unique because people can reach out to us. we wear our personalities on our shirt how we design them. our emotions are expressed by strikes and opens. our emotions are definitely said through our bowling. >> danielle, will you show us
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some moves? >> tips for amateurs here. >> you want to use brian's face. >> there. >> we need a strike with that one. >> right on the nose. >> got this right here? look at this. they have bowling balls. i already tried. i'm not as good as these ladies. >> that's so awesome. thank you for making these. >> that's nice. >> what's our focus? >> the focus is i look at the target as a target and then i kind of draw my line where i want the ball to go down the lane and where i want to hit the pins and then follow through. >> okay. >> got it, brian? >> no. >> watch. >> all right.
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>> can i try? >> i'm steve. >> steve or brian. >> this is for you. >> this will work for me. >> will you guide me on my arrow? >> whoa! >> wow. >> no spin. >> careful. >> you were really good. >> fake it till you make it. >> handicap. >> look at that. >> i know. >> show you how this is done. >> this thing? do your leg like that? >> stay inbounds. >> you've got to finish it. >> spin? that was awesome. >> you have a pay back with
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ainsley. >> i'm going to pay back with ainsley. my finger size. threw it like the flinstones. >> the form. look at him study it. >> ryan, come on. >> no, this is like real. >> wow, good. >> oh! >> totally on. >> does that mean i won? >> yes, you won. we have brand-new e-mails revealing what was going on behind the scenes of hillary clinton's state department and you will only see these e-mails here. >> you will. and a mayor meltdown. what happens when a passenger on a packed plane tries to open the door. brian's done for the day. he is literally walking off. he's finishing on a high note as they say. ♪ ♪ she spent summer binge-watching.
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every someday needs a plan. let's talk about your old 401(k) today. quick headlines. the takata airbag disaster taking another life this time just west of san antonio, texas. a truck carrying airbag parts crashed before catching fire and exploding before a house. killed the woman inside the house. an alaska airplane -- airlines plane forced to land after a man freaks out mid flight. you can see him being taken off in handcuffs. there was an emergency detour in minneapol minneapolis. he flipped out and tried to open the plane's door. he was popping pills before the flight. he was taken to the hospital.
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fox news alert. hillary clinton's top aide was fully aware the private e-mail server was not secure at all. now joining me now is david baches, the chair citizens united who worked for two years to get these e-mails. good morning, david. >> good morning. thanks for having me. >> you're welcome. what did you learn when you finally got the e-mails? >> first of all, we're still just doing the analysis. what we've been able to do is systematically go through and look for the closeness of the foundation and the foundation staff and their donors to the state department and the top staff of hillary clinton. and now we're looking to whether there was any policy changes or the quid pro quo. >> david, i know you have released certain e-mails only to fox news. we have one example so folks can
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see exactly the exchange between folks in the state department and the clinton foundation. so huma abedin, those of us in the russia traveling party will be leaving blackberries on the airplane once we touch down in moscow tonight. lou is getting us local cell phones and then the next e-mail says we won't have berries in russia. justin cooper writes bakr they taking them for you? because your clintonemail.com should work. i don't want to use that. >> clearly hillary clinton's staff understood proper security protocols. they were being told by the state department to leave your blackberries on the plane. clear, plain and simple because they knew that the russians would be hacking them.
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they knew the russians would be trying to read -- >> can't the russians hack them when they're on the plane? >> if you're not using them then there would only be one way communication. if you turned them off and leave them on the plane they wouldn't. clearly this shows how close -- this is an e-mail about their state department travel on an official trip to russia that abedin is sending to the foundation so they understood they would be off the grid. if you need anything, call us. this is just part and parcel of what was going on. we don't know where the state department ended and the foundation began and that's really what our investigation is truly uncovering here. >> all right. thank you so much, david. this is just -- it's amazing when you see the connections and you see how they're linked. do you think there is -- is this more than unethical? is it dangerous for our country?
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>> clearly you have hillary clinton who just blew past all the stop signs, all the warning signs of setting up her server and using the blackberry. we have a lot of other e-mails that are going to continuously show exactly what hillary clinton did, what her staff is doing with the foundation. so this is an ongoing story. look, we've taken over two years to get to this point of just being able to uncover the state department acting as an arm of the clinton campaign. slow walking judicial watch and any other media trying to get this material because they don't want to put it out before election day. that's why we're trying to force these issues. >> you're spending a lot of money, lawsuits, taking two, three years. clinton spokespeople gave us a statement. i want to read this and get your reaction. they say citizens united is a right wing group that's been attacking the clintons since the 1990s and once again is trying
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to make something out of nothing. >> first of all, i'm very proud of our track record against the clintons in the '90ed and again this year in the election cycle trying to uncover what the clintons do is a full-time job, i'll be honest with you. we have full-time staff trying to keep up with them. let me say this, the clintons want to attack and it's their modus operandi to attack whoever is raising questions about them, whoever is shining the light on their activities so it's not a surprise that they would do this. by the way, i go way back. i was the chief investigators for the house committee on government reform and oversight in the '90s. led all of the investigations from the whitewater committee through to when he was impeached. we know each other all too well. >> we appreciate all the hard work you're doing. >> thank you very much. >> you're welcome. what does governor rick perry think of these exclusive
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hi, everybody. glad you're up. where are the refugees going? >> katelyn, we hit the dubious milestone. >> where are the syrian refugees going? >> they're going to michigan, california, texas and arizona. a tenth that we've admitted in the last fiscal year have gone to michigan. most are being placed in detroit. now if the state department wants to make the argument for resettling the refugees, why are they putting them in a low income, high poverty area like detroit. they're very far away from d.c. where the people who make the policies live. >> what are the dangers of them going to a low income area or run down area with few options? >> bill clinton argued earlier this year that he thinks syrian refugees could help rebuild detroit which is almost laughable. why would jobs in detroit go to syrian refugees instead of the unemployed instead of the
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unemployed american citizens who already live there? >> good point. if you're listening on the radio you have 1,053 going to california, arizona is next with 766, texas with 735. pennsylvania, 613. illinois, 585. florida, 542 and new york around 530. here's the question, we're getting another 2,000 for the month for the foreseeable future, we're taking the people in. are we happy with the screening process? >> they say it's safe, but they're off to the slow tart at the beginning of the year and only admitted 800 a third of the year through the fiscal year and now we have surpassed the 10,000 mark with a month to go. i think the biggest frustration for american people is the undemocratic nature how all of this is going down. you know, there were no votes, no voters were asked what they think of the syrian refugees moving into their neighborhoods,
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no votes in congress. it's small group of people telling people what they're get, and the undemocratic nature is a problem. this is a democracy, this is how we're raised and the american people aren't being asked what think think of this. >> on top of that, do you know who also is in the dark, the governors of the states. they have no idea what's happening. no one is even checking with them. that fundamentally is wrong. >> exactly. another issue is that the makeup of these refugees doesn't match what happen -- what's going on in syria. you know, at the start of the war, 10% of syrians were christians. and 98% of the refugees that we have taken in this country muslims and only half a percent are christians that brings up the question, is this a political thing? >> gotcha. >> christian refugees are overwhelmingly republicans and muslims are overwhelmingly democrats. are they importing new voters? i think it's a good question. >> i know you'll be writing ain about it in the daily caller. thank you. disturbing new threat to democracy, hackers are going
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after state elections. what could this mean for november? a live report coming up. could it be russia again? then is governor rick perry the newest addition to "dancing with the stars"? see how it gels with his work with the trump campaign. who's following him? i think that's pete. i have asthma...
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good tuesday morning. you made it through monday. it is august 30th, i'm ainsley earhardt. we start with a fox news alert. a federal judge now ordering the state department to hand over documents that are tied to hillary clinton's aide huma abedin as we get an exclusive look at some of the never before seen e-mails that were sent by huma abedin admitting the server was not secure. brian? >> yep. and the election may have been hacked. get this, russia might be behind it. voter systems in two states broken into. what's worse though is one of them has a primary today. and in out of control -- an out of control truck causes a
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ten-car pileup and total strangers rushed to save a woman before her car burst into flames. we have that heroic rescue. we have a heroic in front of us. stick around. mornings are always better with "friends." ♪ t-minus 29 minutes since i nailed that strike out on the plaza a short time ago. >> you're so humble. not proud of yourself. >> people might have missed yourself. >> you weren't going to be on the couch. we couldn't find you for a while. >> i got a strike earlier. we'll be bowling in a little while. that's not all we have. >> no, we have larry the cable guy coming up. who else? >> governor perry. i can see him in my periphery. we've got him. >> he has some big news, he might confirm or maybe not. >> may or may not. let's hand it over to heather
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first for some headlines. >> i'm so excited, larry the cable guy is going to be here. of i love larry. >> and governor -- >> and governor perry right over there. love to you, governor. good morning to you. i have some serious news to bring you right now. we start out in massachusetts. where folks there said he is going to snap. that chilling tip stopping what could have been horrific attacks targeting cops and even brohm. the dramatic raid led to the disturbing discovery, a stockpile of ammunition, chemicals used to make explosives and a handwritten note detailing the sick threats. well, two big named politicians fighting for their political lives. former dnc chair debbie wasserman schultz taking a tough challenge for her florida congressional seat. then senator john mccain in arizona also facing a tight race today. he's going after a sixth term in
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arizona. both are expected to win the primary races. and a tropical depression taking aim at the outer banks today as the second storm prepares to slam into florida. north carolina bracing for heavy winds and rains and the storm off the gulf coast picking up speed overnight. it's set to hit florida by friday. residents are being warned to have a week's worth of supplies ready, just >> such a great moment. well, former governor rick perry is reportedly ready to show off his texas two step on a national stage. and he's right over there to my left. word has it that he's joining this season's "dancing with the stars" but i'll let you talk to
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him about that. >> that's good -- >> we want to see you. >> you saw geraldo dressed as donald trump and you still want to do this? [ laughter ] >> till 9:00 i really don't have much to say. i'm in new york not for a big announcement. i'm in new york because my daughter is getting married. and she's getting her gown finalized today. robert day, a great designer from texas i might add. >> there you go. >> you were excited. >> you just happened to be in new york for the gown. >> hearing rumors. >> if this rumor does turn out to be true, it would be a great thing to know how to dance at your daughter's wedding. >> that's true. >> i think the costume should be a big wall. since you're representing texas. >> we love geraldo, we loved him on "the apprentice" but we
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didn't love him on "dancing with the stars." do you fear something could go terribly wrong, hypothetically if you were to enter this? >> i would say that i would keep my work pretty serious if i were to do that. so anyway, i think it would be rude for me to say go to a different channel at 9:00 eastern time to find out -- >> bill hemmer would take a swing at you. >> i won't say that. >> there you go. >> well, we're off the air at 9:00. >> but hemmer and maccallum, that's the problem. we'll leave it at that. >> we'll get to questions that you know a lot about which is politics. we have a fox news alert that a federal judge has ordered the state department to turn over all of huma abedin's e-mails before the election. she's the conduit been the clinton foundation and hillary clinton, a judge is saying we have to see those e-mails. what do you make of all that we have seen with her e-mails and this connection? >> well, the seriousness of this is -- you know, you having served in the military, the people that we know are individuals that we have heard
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and we are confident information has flowed out from those e-mail exchanges, costing people their lives. we don't know what else is out there. we don't know what else is in jeopardy. that's what's very serious about this. is that we know what happened. they had a private server so they can keep secret their conversations together so they wouldn't be embarrassed politically or whatever reason. in doing that they put americans and our allies' lives in jeopardy. that's how serious this is. and this isn't small potatoes. this is clearly i think a national security issue that the former secretary of state of america was involved with, knew exactly what they were doing, and i would suggest to you that there are very serious criminal and obviously national security issues at the real root and
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foundation of this. >> maybe that's why the federal judge has said these have to be released before the election. let me read one of the e-mails that citizen united gave exclusively to fox. huma abedin said those of us in the russian traveling party will be leaving blackberries on the airport once we touch down in moscow tonight. are they taking them from you because your clinton e-mail dotcom should work. she said it's for security reasons i don't want to use that other -- that one either. >> they knew. >> why are you shaking your head? >> it tells us exactly what we know. is that there is sensitive information that could put people's lives in jeopardy. that they casually handled and listen, we got friends in the military. if they did that, they would have been court-martialed. >> they have been. >> i have talked to young navy s.e.a.l.s that were deployed
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halfway around the world. they said they left a secret document on a desk for five minutes and almost lost their ability to serve this country. that is -- that's the seriousness of what we're talking about. and this is the secretary of state and one of the high ranking officials and this relationship with this foundation and the secretary of state's office is -- i mean, this is past troubling. i mean, from my perspective i think you lose all confidence in an individual who will handle material like and then stand up in front of us and say i want to be your president. >> they said over and over again this is a job interview. how is the job interview is going, if you want to know how you'll be as president, we could look at how you were as secretary of state. >> i understand people wanting their team to win. i understand that. i've competed in this arena before. but when you start talking about
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our young men and women in the military's lives and casually dealing with information that could literally cost them their lives -- >> you said it has. in what way -- >> well, the iranian scientist for one, clearly, clearly that iranian individual lost their lives because of information that came out of the clinton server. >> so you have the sign -- so allegedly the scientist defected, he went back to iran and he was killed when he went back. >> heard the server could have been hacked and people have information and sources and methods can get people killed. >> yes, sir. and that's clearly what's happened here. >> governor perry, i know that you have praised donald trump for his immigration stance. many people are saying he's softening on it, but he's still going to build that wall and build it in your state, texas. what are your thoughts? >> well, donald trump's focused on securing this country. making us whether we're sitting
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on a set here in new york city or whether we're in south texas safe. and know that border is not being used to penetrate be people who would do harm to us and that's exactly what's going on today. we know that. i have been briefed as late as the last 30 days by individuals who are involved in the texas effort to secure that border. donald trump's not softening his position on immigration. i think there's a lot of talking heads around here that try to get -- you know, oh, grab a word here or there. donald trump is going to secure that border and all in the different ways you have to do that. part of that is a wall. part of it is electronics, aviation assets, boots on the ground. he is ghitded to -- he is committed not only to immigration reform that lets the people we want in this country, but those who came in overstayed their visas, those that are criminal elements. those individuals are going to be rounded up and dealt with appropriately. >> well, you speak with him
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regularly. and there's very few people in the republican party who know firsthand about what's going on at the border than you. you know you can't build a wall -- physically you can't build a wall through arizona and through texas, and you got eviscerated four years ago when you were running for president because you said you wanted to give some students -- illegals who group their whole lives in state tuition breaks. do you see republicans showing a little bit more give in the general as opposed to the primary process? >> well, over the course of the last four years, i did a really poor job of explaining why we did what we did in texas. this is an economic issue for us. these kids are here, they're not going away. they may have been born 60 miles off the border and for the last 16 of their 18 they have been in texas, they have done their work, they're going to be here. we required them to be in the queue to get their citizenship. we want good hard working people in this country. we want to have a relationship with mexico, but mexico needs to
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understand something, they have to deal their part on dealing with the drug cartels and dealing with those individuals who are bad character and securing that border and donald trump will secure the border. donald trump will do the things that's required to make sure that americans know that they are safe and that that border is not being used to be penetrated by those who could do harm to us. >> we have to get your comment on a story going across the station right now. remember the dallas cowboys wanted to is put a decal on their helmet to support the dallas police. >> they were told no, by the way. >> they couldn't put a decal on the helmet and colin kaepernick said i won't stand for the national anthem because it represents oppression. what do you think of the protest, he won't stand for the anthem in the week 1, which is the week of 9/11. >> well, we all make decisions. i don't agree with it.
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the reason i wear this blue american flag is because i want to stand up with our men and women of law enforcement. for some reason or other, he doesn't understand that we have laws in this country. and that if there are law enforcement that have done harm to individuals, it's addressed. but the message he's sending is that somehow or other, our police officers are bad people and they're out there looking to do harm to minorities and that's just a false narrative. and for that one, i would suggest mr. kaepernick needs to apologize. if he wants to sit during the national anthem, you and i fought for his right to do that. there are men and women around the globe today that will continue to do that. i don't think it's smart. i don't think in 20 years as he looks back on this and he looks at his career and his life that it's one of his proudest moments. >> thank you, governor. >> thank you very much. >> we wish you all the best. looking forward to the
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a fox news alert now. disturbing new threats to democracy. the fbi warning voting systems in at least two states have been hacked. likely by russian hackers. >> even worse -- one of those states has a primary today. >> that's right. fox news chief ed henry has more details. >> reporter: good morning. a big story in terms of the presidential election in november, of course. but there could be the even bigger impact much sooner. tonight in fact there are some big primary battles in florida. congresswoman debbie wasserman schultz is trying to survive a tough challenge after stepping down from the dnc after their computers suffered a massive breach and john mccain in the toughest primary battle of his career and arizona is one of the two states that the fbi has alerted election officials, illinois is other, that russia could be behind the hacks.
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in arizona, "the washington post" was told this is a credible threat on the scale of 1 to 10 an 8. and the administration wants to secure enough money to protect the voting systems the way we secure the power grid in america as experts warn this could be a major problem come november. >> that would give the federal government an -- an expert to the federal government more of a role in assisting the administrators of those networks as they deter intrusions. >> we are seeing more and more manifestations to destabilize the american institutions, for example, like the electoral system. >> reporter: senate minority leader harry reid is pushing for an investigation of this. he's a key surrogate of hillary clinton who is accusing trump of
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being too close to vladimir putin. this could highlight that accusation and it's important to note that the fbi has not specified if it was common russian criminals or russians working for putin and the government who hacked these state election systems. guys, back to you. >> great to see you again. you have to think that's a reprisal. how long are we taking this from the russians? >> we can't. it shows how powerful cyber is. >> i thought we'd be able to protect it. meanwhile, straight ahead -- >> we are continuing our prodigy week with the youngest spelling bee contestant ever. can he handle larry the cable guy? >> okay. what? >> spell pollinate. >> p-l-l-l-i-n-a-t-e. >> really? i thought it had a number 8 in
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it. >> it did not have a number 8, because words that end in h do not have -- an example would be -- >> all right. we'll meet the 6-year-old spelling prodigy in a moment.
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we are back with some quick headlines. they threw rocks at cops and clashed with them days after freddie gray's death. and now the people in baltimore want the police back to protect them. dozens asking the comes to clear the street corners overnight because criminals hang around certain stores for 24 hours. a rock 'n' roll concert taking a rough turn. ♪
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the husband of heart singer ann wilson has been arrested after allegedly assaulting two young family members backstage. police say dean wetter hit and choked the nephews after he left the door to the aunt's tour bus open. they will be in court tomorrow. too bad. all right. we have a pop quiz for you. can you spell -- let me try to pronounce this word. pneumoultra microscopic volcano psychosis. i bet you can. can you? >> no. >> we found someone who can. only 6 years old. >> maybe pete can try. >> let's see. >> he did go to princeton. >> they let everybody in at that point. akash vukoti, did i say your
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last name right? >> it's vukoti. >> he's the youngest contestant at the scripps national spelling bee. we'll put you to the test as part of the child prodigy week. >> he's a year older. akash is joining us now. thanks for joining us. you're the man. >> thank you. i'm so happy to be here. i'm really glad and thank you for having me here. >> you're awesome. >> i just love it. >> you're so cute. is this your first time on national television? >> no. no. but i have been on espn and stuff for national spelling bee. >> how do you explain that you're able to spell these words that even adults can't spell? how do you do it? >> it's used with technique stuff. >> could i even understand it. could you teach me the techniques? >> yeah. actually, i use these rules.
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these are the golden rules. >> what are they? >> yep, they're golden rules. >> what are some of the golden rules? >> so the first one is alternate pronunciations. alternate pronunciations. this is like it's -- if you were wanting to have an alternate pronunciation -- >> like tomato or tomato? >> yeah. something like tomato and tomato. when they get tomatoes and you get the alternate pronunciation. >> for parents watching, how do we teach our kids to be great spellers like you? >> follow the rules. >> read all the time? >> yeah. i read all the time. >> did you start like when out of the womb spelling? >> pete, i actually started at 1 1/2. >> 1 1/2! >> and my parents absorbed my --
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they found my interest and then they gave me more materials for studying. >> like my parent, that's great. >> they give me like toys. they give me like, you know, material from stuff. also, they took me to the spelling bee competition at age of 2 1/2. that was my first spelling -- >> what was it like? >> i got through the written round and then i was in the orals. >> great. so i heard this is your favorite word. how do you say it? >> [ indiscernible ]. >> can you spell it super fast? >> i can't spell it super fast. you know that nobody can spell a
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long word. >> you can -- can you spell it at your own pace? p-n-e-u-n-u-m-i-c-r-o-s-c-p-i-c- s-c-o-p-i-s-l-i-s.- >> wow. that's amazing. all right. >> i would say that qualifies as super fast. that was unbelievable. >> thank you. >> you are unbelievable. thank you for stopping by the curvy couch. >> you're welcome, ainsley. >> are you still enjoying your childhood? >> can i get a high five? >> yeah. >> tell the audience -- >> this kid is smart. >> tell the audience what you said to me when i said can i take you home me home with you? i want you to be my child. what did you say? do you remember? you said everyone -- >> everyone -- >> everyone says that. >> not the first time you heard that. >> i'm not the first parent
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that's been creepy and wants to take you home with them? you're adorable. >> good job. good job. >> thank you. >> so cute. you want to read what's up next for us? no, i'll get in trouble. there's an age bracket with this. you can't drive, drink or read the prompter until you're 18. great job. john kerry figures out way to end all the terror attacks all around the world. stop reporting on them. genius. you know from him commercials and stand-up and his famous catch phrase. >> get er done. >> larry the cable guy is up to talk about his new netflix comedy show. >> again, there's no dress code. come on in. wildlife rescue workers
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the ceo of wendy's says the election is hurting the chain's burger sales since people are spending less because they're worried about the future. let's be honest here. if you're eating a wendy's bakinator, you're probably not too concerned about the future. i mean -- >> yeah, that's true. >> i'm very ready. >> we have larry the cable guy here with us. >> and akash. >> what's your name? what's your name? what's your name? >> you are the cutest little dude. >> akash. >> like a ventriloquist. oh, my gosh. >> akash -- thank you. >> how cute is he? >> he's -- he's like a walking puppet. this is the new puppet, larry
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the cable guy and akash. >> foxworthy, you're history! >> thanks, buddy. >> he won contests. i can't even spell his name. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> okay, this is my time now. [ laughter ] we love you. we love you. >> no, be serious. >> oh, my gosh, you're so funny. larry, we'll get to your special. we want to -- are you here to endorse a presidential candidate? >> well, before i do that can i just say something to you? before i get into that, i would like to do some funny things before i start getting death threats. can i do that maybe? gee, right off the bat. who do you want to be president? hold on. so i have to tell you about -- i had a garage sale. have you ever had one? >> yeah. >> never goes well. >> people are insane! i have a garage sale and someone -- true story. a woman goes, boy, tell you what, i like these shoes. you got them in the size 6? i don't know, let me run into the back and check my inventory
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on those, all right? you see some of the cheapest people on the planet. one lady goes, hey, does this thing work? i go it's a dollar. she goes, yeah but does it work? i go, it's a dollar. do you work? i mean, come on. that's nuts. people are so cheap. the one that gets me is the guy in the back. how much is this? it's 50 cents. i'll give you a quarter. give me a dime, get off my property. when it comes to shoving -- i had a couch i couldn't get rid of. i put it on the curb, this is how people are with merchandise. i put it out on the curb, put the sign on it, free to take. sat there for two weeks. >> then it rains once. >> i put a sign on it for sale, 2500 bucks, somebody stole it that night. >> no one wants it -- >> what a country. >> larry, what's with the
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detective show on your shirt, kojak? >> let me tell you something, i love theo kojak. i watch him every night. kojak. >> you watch "kojak?" >> i love kojak. >> telly savalas. >> yeah. >> what is it about kojak? >> it's one of the greatest shows every night. i told my wife, i got up in the morning, said get me a kojak shirt. not only that it's very slimming. it's a very slimming shirt as well. >> all right. can we please talk about the election? i want to know who you're endorsi endorsing. >> you know, -- >> it's a typical election. what can you say that's different? >> um, i say i'm a trump man and when i say trump man, i mean gary johnson. no. i know who i'm not voting for. >> who? >> i -- well, i'll give you the initials -- hillary clinton. you know, this election is so
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crazy. because i want to change, i like trump. some of the things he says, then he's outrageous. so you just don't know. kind of like the choice is let's see. do i want to poop my pants or do i want somebody else to poop my pants? i don't know. i think i'll go with pooping my own pants so that ought to give you an answer. i don't know if that gives you an answer, but got you thinking right there. >> you travel the country, so you have to do some election stuff. everybody is talking about it. >> you do. but here's the thing that stinks about it. it's not like it used to be. you used to be able to say, you know what, i like ronald reagan. somebody said -- but now if you pick somebody, they want to beat you up, they want to give you death threats. it's like nobody's civil. ever since social media came along, everybody's a jerk. everybody is an idiot.
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you know i kind of like trump, i kind of like some of the things he says, you know, i think i'm going to vote for trump -- you racist -- you're always a racist. no matter what. no matter what you say, they throw that out like it's -- you know? it's so frustrating. but, you know, hillary will be the end of the country. that's all i've got to say. >> okay. so you're still on the fence? >> still on the fence. >> colin kaepernick coming out and not standing, now on september 11th, game one he'll be sitting. not only is he not starting but he'll be sitting during the anthem. what's your reaction? >> well, he was relegated to what third string now, so he's -- >> hitting open receivers that's the problem -- >> you'd think he has to stand for something every now and then, get some exercise. >> get some water. sitting next to the gatorade. >> maybe he missed all the attention. >> well, you know, it's like they always say. that's the good thing about america. you have the right to be able to do something like that. that's one of the greatest things about our country.he ched
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lobster which is fantastic. here's what i have never understood about people that do this. oh, it's delicious. >> is it really? >> are you kidding me? it's fantastic. >> larry, if you have anything on your mind, just blurt it out. >> you have people of all different nationalities, all different colors that fought for this country and fought for that flag and how much it means to them. you see people tear up and cry at the thought of the national anthem, you know? i just never -- and people will say, it's his right. that's right, that's his right. that's what they fought and died for, but why would you protest the very thing that gives you that freedom? i have never understood that. you see people burning flags. why would you do that? that's the very thing. find another way to do it. >> you have a special coming out on netflix. >> i do. >> i'd like to see a clip of it.
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hit it. >> every time i go to las vegas, hey, here -- here's $300, gamble it for me. all right. two days later, how am i doing? you lost everything. how are you doing? i'm up $300. i'm doing all right out here. i'll be here another two days i send me another $1,000. >> that's out now. again, tons of great feedback on it. so i hope if you haven't seen it -- >> i don't have to wait for it. i can do it. >> see it any time you want to. that's the beauty of it. >> all right. >> please don't do that. >> i don't know what that -- >> i'm just -- >> i didn't know what you were doing. >> you're way too comfortable here. >> this is an odd moment. >> making you feel comfortable. >> i guess maybe. >> by the way, all my friends
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are sending me tweets and say, you tell ainsley she looks fantastic in pink. >> oh, really? >> yeah. all of them. >> to all your friends, thank you. >> there you go, greg. i told her. >> do the rest of the show? >> sure. >> trying to do that with pete. >> i was messing around with pete. we're just friends. >> thank you. >> netflix, i can't wait to see it. we had jeff on last week. >> did you know larry that obamacare, the enrollment, what about it? >> i don't know if you heard -- >> it's not doing well. i'm pretty sure. i think i'd put money on it two years ago. >> obamacare, emergency meeting it's not working out. this can blow up all together. that story is coming up. and stuart varney has been woken up from a dead sleep to talk about it. hey, meet larry. and fall is all about renovations. jonathan scott is up bright and early with us.
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priority number one is keeping those lights on. it takes ingenuity to defeat the monsters that live in the dark. all right. i have a couple quick headlines. i was talking to larry the cable guy there. washington, d.c., going out with 911 service with nearly two hours. officials say there it's all thanks to a clumsy maintenance worker. he was trying to turn off the alarm and hit the wrong switch and that caused the massive outage. a woman saved by strangers. one car bursting into flames after a ten-car pileup in upstate new york. this happened in binghamton. people frantically rushing to help after spotting the woman who was trapped in that wreckage. look at those flames right there. one guy put out the growing inferno with a fire extinguisher. others then pulled the woman to
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safety. the city's mayor is now trying to track down these heroes to honor them. secretary of state john kerry just came one a soluti solution -- came up with a solution to end violent terror attacks around the world. his idea -- tell the media to stop reporting on terrorism. kerry making the statement during his first official visit to bangladesh saying quote, if you decide one day you're going to be a terrorist and you're willing to kill yourself, you can go out and kill some people, and make some noise, perhaps the media would do us all a service if they didn't cover it quite as much. people then wouldn't know what's going on. really? from our secretary of state. that man wanted to be president of the united states. all right. those are your headlines. let's go back over to you. stuart, welcome back. >> he's got the keys to the state department? unbelievable. obamacare enrollment at an all-time low as major insurance companies report huge financial
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losses and they're going to stop offering plans altogether. >> the white house scrambling to make big changes but can it be fixed? here to react. stuart varney host of "varney & co." on the fox business network. >> okay, they're going to try to freak -- tweak obamacare from the downward spiral. here are the tweaks. three main tweaks they have in mind. number one, advertise to young people to try and get young, healthy people to sign up. number two, trying to tighten the rules so that you can't just sign up when you get sick. i don't know how they'll do that because that can affect the basics of obamacare, but they'll try. and number three, the bronze plans which are already the cheapest, they want to make them cheaper. but saying nothing about the astronomical deductibles associated with the bronze plan. three tweaks won't work. obamacare is in terminal decline. >> it's unbelievable.
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the most underrated major story in the country by far. that's why they're having the emergency meeting under the wire. this according to the kaiser, a third of the customers only have one insurance option. look at who's lost money. united lost $1 billion. health care service core, $2 billion. high mark, $600 million. blue cross/blue shield, $400 million. >> you have the story. >> by the way, they're to blame. they didn't sign on, they wouldn't be in obamacare so now you're dropping out. aetna dropping out. leaving us no options. >> major carriers are dropping out and they're withdrawing because they're losing their shirts quite frankly. $1 billion for one. they drop out, that limits choice for consumers so there's no competition amongst consumers. you have a monopoly in five states. only one carrier in five states. in pinellas county in arizona, the size of connecticut, there
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is no carrier. at all. if you live there, and you don't have a plan, you can't get a plan. you'll still be fined for not having a plan that doesn't exist. >> we'll watch you today from 9:00 to noon. >> you're looking at me, what's wrong? >> i like your tie. >> i'll swap you. >> want it? >> no. >> thanks so much, stuart. >> thank you. >> i love the solution is always more advertising. selling something that people don't want. like they'll really want it. thanks a lot. new clinton e-mails released exclusively to fox news channel and laura ingraham is here to react next hour. plus, looking to spruce up your bedroom. jonathan scott is here to help transform your bedroom into the autumn look. you will love it for falling asleep. ♪ it's peyton. ♪ it's peyton on sunday mornings. ♪ e-man! what up, peyt. you know i have directv nfl sunday ticket.
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you know him, he's half of the superstar design team on "property brothers." >> now jonathan scott is teaming one stearns & foster to transition your bedroom from summer to fall. >> i thought you needed some help, some bedside manner tips, things like that. you said you're shopping for a new bed. no one thinks of the bedroom. they think of the kitchen, bathrooms. so when i partnered with sterns & foster we wanted to redesign the retreat, think of where you're sleeping and the most important thing in your bedroom is your bed. >> that is true. >> so that's a summer bed. how do we transform into fall? >> you don't have do have the same bedding all year long. for the summer you're thinking of lots of color.
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cozy and comfortable. make it look like you'll jump in the bed and get out of it. remove some of the color, swap it for something way more comfortable. get a great throw. throw it on the bed. swap out a couple of pictures. there we go. >> sort of manly, yeah. >> something like that. you're make it more inviting. so inviting in fact that you might want to do a pillow fight or hop in. go for it. >> yeah, it's warm. >> i see a fireplace. i see monday night football in front of me. >> okay. >> you just did this. >> oh, all right, honey, baby doll, how's that? >> everybody thinks there's a mystery in how to make your bedroom comfortable, and as long as you invest in the most
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important part of sleep, everything else is easy to change. >> great. so you changed the drapes? >> in the wintertime it's about putting in heavier drapes. that actually helps to keep the warm out. so if you look at something that's comfortable and thick, this is the most comfortable throw you can get. >> cozy. >> pillows, something heavier on the windows. >> rugs too. >> it's easy to roll away a summer rug. this is not a rug -- >> astroturf. >> not in the bedroom. but if you get in, maybe a more muted tones, it's like having art on the floor. >> this is the exact bed that you have. >> mine is bigger. because i'm a big individual. >> but very cozy. >> this is the reserve collection. >> you like that pillow top? >> i love it. the biggest concern that people have is it going to be too firm or too soft? that's why when shopping for a mattress, go and sleep on the matt dress -- mattress. go into the store and try out
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it is tuesday, it's tuesday, august 30th. i'm ainsley earhardt. this is a fox news alert. a federal judge is ordering the state department to hand over documents tied to hillary clinton's aide huma abedin as we get an exclusive look at some of the never before seen e-mails sent by huma. admitting the server was not secure. >> that's right. and he says it all the time. >> it's a crooked system. it's a system that's rigged. it's a rigged, crooked system. first of all it's rigged. and i'm afraid the election have been rigged, i have to be honest. >> well, this morning there
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might be more proof that he's right. >> sadly. he just did a huge concert on our plaza and now justin moore is making headlines for calling out a bully in the crowd. >> all right. if you ever throw anything at a woman another one -- at another one of my shows i'm going to beat the [ bleep ] out of you. >> what happened at this concert that has everyone talking this morning? i used to be able to play the clarinet, but i can say this. your mornings are better with "friends." ♪ >> they're the women -- the best
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women bowlers in the world. >> you are here and you're going down the lane right now. >> there's my face on the bowl. >> your face. pretty close. oh, very close. >> some of the best women bowlers on the planet. we had one shot to hit it. brian, one strike. one roll. >> i will never bowl again. >> brian said that women are now allowed to bowl. shocker. >> no, they have gone pro. they have gone pro. >> correction. >> let's bring in laura ingraham. how are you? >> first of all, i'm so jealous that you have bowling there. when i was a kid we used to do duck pin bowling in connecticut. those are the best memories from high school. like going with your friends. duck pin bowling, playing kong on the video -- >> what's duck pin bowling?
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>> it's smaller balls. i used to play softball. you can throw, it's like candle pin bowling. bowling brings people together. i think it's great you're promoting it. >> it's on the plaza and our faces are on the bowl. so we can't resist. >> awesome. >> all right. >> let's get started. laura, we have a fox news alert. a federal judge is ordering the state department to hand over all of the e-mails from huma abedin and they want he's e-mails before the election. we just got an exclusive look at some of these e-mails. >> here's one of those messages, laura. citizens united has this -- abedin wrote to her staff, those of us in the russia traveling party will be leaving our blackberries in the plane and one of the aides says are they taking from you because your clinton e-mail dotcom should work and then abedin admits it's for security reasons. i don't want to use that one either. they're in russia, talking about e-mails and security and blackberries. what does this tell you? >> it tells you contrary to what they were all trying to tell us, you know, last year.
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they understood there was security implications with the way that they were using e-mail. and it also once again demonstrates the interconnectedness between the found disand -- foundation and official government business. yet the clinton foundation ties and e-mails are all over it. obviously in 2009 that was during the whole attempt to reset our relations with russia. i'm not sure that was the exact trip, but that was the new effort to really start, you know, start at ground zero with the russians and begin anew our relationship with that country. and, you know, we have talked about, you know, followed with this uranium deal, with russian interests buying a third of one of our biggest uranium interests in the united states after donations going to the clinton foundation. so again, going back to the court order that thank goodness groups like judicial watch and citizen united are doing this on
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behalf of the public. the clintons when they're in government, they will not admit to the truth unless they have something like dna evidence with the blue dress or a court order. you need a court order to get them to be transparent. that's what people watching are thinking about this election have to understand. when hillary is unchecked by the court, she will be unchecked, no one will hold her accountable. that's where we're going to be in hillary clinton is president. >> laura, you have all these e-mails that were -- that were not turned over. the fbi had to actually dig them up themselves and they used bleach bit to wipe the other e-mails. she pretended like she didn't know what was going on. if this is a long job interview, how is that going? no press conferences. no public events. barely a strong speech. there's no policies, there's no
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mission statement. but a lot of fund-raisers out in the hamptons. how does that resonate with the average person? >> i think when you see the polls tighten especially in the swing states, brian, i think more people are starting to focus on this election frankly. more americans are focusing on it and the bottom line in all of this is that hillary clinton will try to -- you know, wait this out. run out the clock until election day. all she has is her big donors money to run a lot of negative ads and she has personal insults and attacks on trump. so trump's temperament, trump's crazy, and the ads. that's all she has. she will not discuss the record, what happened in the middle east in the wake of her time as secretary of state. she will not talk about the rise of china or the stagnating economy under obama. she will not discuss this because it's more of the same and the status quo. it's trump's -- you know, attacks on trump and the big
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donors funding all the ads. that's the campaign. for all their -- well, trump not substantive, he's giving major speech on immigration tomorrow. major trade addresses. he's released his economic plan. and hillary clinton is literally hiding behind her big donors in santa monica and palo alto, all over the country. >> she's making the -- the entire campaign a referendum on trump. you mentioned the immigration -- major immigration speech he's going to give tomorrow night. a lot of spenglation about -- speculation about whether he backed down on the deportation approach, will it be a physical or a technical wall? how soft would be too soft and do you think he'll soften at all? >> i think the way that people are framing this is not quite right. i think in the end the way that -- most people will look at this is if you're okay with the way that the borders have been over the last eight years, very porous with all of the people
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streaming across the border and just allowed to stay here, if you think that's okay, you need to vote for hillary. if you think we have to start enforcing the laws, we definitely need real border enforcement including a wall, part of it will have to be drone and technology. but you have to have a meaningful enforcement policy or i think he's right, we don't really have a country. it's either enforce the law or leave it the way it is. >> so there are certain aspects of it, laura. hey, we'll give a path to legalization. hey, we don't need a fence here. >> look, you know, i'm -- i wouldn't do any of that stuff. i mean, if that's the way they're going, well, that's the way that the campaign is thinking about that, that's not how i approach it. i wouldn't have ruled this out the way they're ruling it out. i don't know what they're doing on that. but i think for the regular people, seeing how their communities are affect by mass migration of illegal immigrants i think the choice is stark. i don't think his supporters are
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going to say oh donald trump is not going to do immigration enforcement so we're going to vote for hillary. that wouldn't make any sense. we have to see what he says tomorrow. again, enforcement versus nonenforcement i think that's the dynamic. >> saturday, the big speech at the detroit church. the word is he's taking questions there too. >> they're worried. they're worried because you know in the pew poll shows trump at 16, 17% among african-americans. he's up over where romney was. they are freaking out over in brooklyn where the campaign -- clinton campaign headquarters is. it's making inroads. that's all they have, scare tactics with the minorities. >> and doing better in the swing states. >> and there was a tape of jesse jackson praising the communities in 2009. that's heather nauert. >> there she is. >> yes, good morning. did you hear about this story,
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this is really frightening about hackers and what might happen to our election. the fbi is sending out an urgent warns after voting systems in illinois and arizona are attacked likely by russian hackers. harry reid is calling for an investigation to see if they had help. in a letter to the fbi, he mentioned ties between the trump campaign and russian interests. he pointed out recent security breaches inside the democratic party, but nonetheless, the fbi is in on this. looking into this and they are on alert. i think he's going to snap, that chilling tip stopping what could have been a horrific series of attacks targeting police, muslims and also president obama. police setting up a sting around a house in the boston area. a dramatic raid took place, leading to the disturbing discovery. a stockpile of ammunition and also chemicals to make explosives as well as a
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handwritten note detailing the sick threats. he's now under arrest. two big named politicians gearing up for some major primary battles today. former dnc chair debbie wasserman schultz is facing a tough challenge for her seat. and senator john mccain facing a tight raise in arizona. he's going for a sixth term. both are expected to win. country star justin moore just performed a few weeks ago on our plaza. we love him and now he's proving he has zero tolerance for men mistreating women. moore stopping his concert to teach one guy a lesson. watch this. >> hey, if you ever throw anything at a woman at another one of my shows, i'm gonna beat your [ bleep ] -- >> did you hear that. if you throw anything at a woman i'll beat you. he kneeled down to call out fan in front of thousands of people, this happened in chicago. security then kicked out that
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guy. way to go, justin moore. those are your headlines. >> well done. >> good for him. >> a friend of the show. summer concert series. >> did you meet him? >> i did. >> i was out that day. good guy? >> yeah. we missed you. this is what brian does. he takes vacation and he doesn't tell us he's going on vacation. >> oh, my goodness. >> he doesn't. >> he doesn't show up. he was gone for two weeks. he didn't tell anyone. >> nothing happened while i was gone. that was my only two week vacation in life. i was gone. 12 minutes after the hour, what's straight ahead, hillary clinton is slipping in the polls and donald trump preps for a major speech on immigration. we are live on the trail with the big plans next. high school students told they can't bring american flags to football games. the reason? well, they might offend someone, apparently. but that's not the end of the story. stick around. for lower back pain sufferers,
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♪ americans are buying more and more of everything online. and so many businesses rely on the united states postal service to get it there. because when you ship with us, your business becomes our business. that's why we make more ecommerce deliveries to homes . the united states postal service. priority: you hillary clinton's lead over donald trump is shrinking. >> you know, new polls show
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trump closing the gap as he gets ready for his big immigration speech tomorrow. in fact, he cut it in half according to the monmouth poll. >> that's right. senior national correspondent john roberts is live in beverly hills with the latest. good morning, john. >> reporter: pete, ainsley, brian, good morning to you. kellyanne conway had predicted that the numbers would begin to tighten, so it seems they have. take a look at these numbers from this latest emerson poll in battleground states of ohio where he leads by one point. hillary clinton had been leading between four and six points. in pennsylvania, clinton now leads by three. her lead diminishing from 10 to 11 in the previous weeks and in michigan she's up by five points. why is donald trump gaining? take a look at this. it's because of independent voters. in ohio he leads hillary clinton by a whopping 17 points. in pennsylvania he leads by six. things are pretty much even up in michigan. take look at this. new monmouth poll, a four-way race for president, hillary clinton now leads by seven, that
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cuts her lead almost in half from earlier this month when she was leading by 13. the reason the numbers are tightening, the pivot to the general election. the outreach to african-americans and new talk about immigration. now we don't know if donald trump was up late or earlier or maybe getting a glass of water, but here's what he tweeted at 3:25 this morning. from day one i said that i was going to build a great wall in the southern border and much more. stop illegal immigration, watch on wednesday. he is vowing he's not backing down from that position. and his communication adviser jason miller said this a while ago. >> well, we deport people every year, but we have to do a better job than what president obama is doing. mr. trump said we'll start with criminal illegals. we have to go after the bad ones and get them out of here first. that's the number one priority. tomorrow night, mr. trump will give more of a broader vision of what we'll do about the illegal immigration problem.
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that something that he's going to do and quite frankly, hillary clinton won't. >> reporter: this speech will be in phoenix, 9:30 eastern time. a full day of activities here and in washington. a couple of fund-raisers in los angeles, then he heads to everett, washington, later on tonight. >> constantly on the road. it's like 5:19, right? you had to get up early. >> reporter: yeah, it's 5:20. trump was tweeting at 3:25 in the morning. say hi. >> are you staying at the beverly hills hotel? >> reporter: no. >> okay. because -- >> reporter: right across the street. >> they put the buffet out for you. >> really? all that for $900 a night. >> true. all right. thank you, john. enjoy your time there. coming up, how'd you like
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ever feel like your dog knows exactly what you're saying but they choose not to listen sometimes? apparently they do know. in fact a new report shows dogs care about what we say and how we say it. >> they don't even look real. >> right. the left side of the brain processes what words mean and
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the right side of the brain can tell whether they're praising them or if they near the doghouse. >> he's brian's dogs by the way. so cute. >> hey, joining us right now one of hollywood's rising stars and animal adoption advocate, jamie chung is here, along with these adorable adoptable puppies. welcome. >> thank you so much. >> so you're here to represent petfinder. in partnership with them. what is petfinder? >> petfinder .com, they have helped to find 25 million homes for 25 million -- >> wow. >> 25 million homes. wow. >> there's the great thing about technology. plus -- >> oh. >> oh, goodness. >> now -- >> frankie -- >> frankie is a little aggressive, you know?
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>> i went on petfinder.com, every time someone clicks on it, a lot of money is going to be donated to the shelters. >> through today until october 24th, if you go to petfinder.com they'll donate $25,000 to the shelters so pretty incredible. >> your dog is adopted too. >> yes he is. >> you're looking to pick up another one. >> my husband doesn't know this. but we are looking for dog number two. >> what's his name? >> ewok. >> you have to be on both coasts often. >> it's not easy, but easier to leave them in los angeles. that's where all his friends are. >> how do you explain your connection to dogs? like what's -- >> yeah. >> i mean, he's part of our family. i grew up with dogs, i love them. and i looked for a year, driving to different shelters trying to find the perfect connection. >> now you don't have to drive anymore. >> exactly.
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yes. >> these little guys are up for adoption right here. >> that's right. they're at north shore animal league of america, an hour outside of new york. you can find them online this afternoon. >> wow. what's next for you? >> this one -- >> a feisty one. he's biting me. >> brand-new season, september 19th? >> yes. >> let him down, see what he wants. >> you were saying before, right now in today's acting world, you have a lot of work in new york as well as los angeles. right, new york is picking up steam? >> yeah. there's over 300 projects filming in new york city as of right now. l.a. is starting to pick up again. this is first time my husband and are on different coast, on different shows. >> oh. >> we're learning. >> he's understanding. >> yes. that's the first challenge. >> following your dreams. >> there's face time. >> and usually the face time is with the dog.
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>> very cool. petfinder, 25 years, $25 million. adopt many, many more. >> this one bites. >> thank you so much. >> the dog whisperer is all over it. >> you created chaos in your wake, but worth it. brand-new e-mails released to fox news, will it blow the lid off of hillary clinton's server lies? what huma abedin knew. tucker carlson is here to react. and a horrific ten-car pileup could have ended for tragedy for that woman. but a group of people rushed to her rescue. the video you need to see next. crabfest is on at red lobster so come dive into dishes like the new alaska bairdi crab dinner with sweet crab from the icy waters of alaska. or try crab lover's dream with tender snow and king crab legs. love crab? then hurry, crabfest ends soon.
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♪ wow. it is your shot of the morning. this adorable 2-year-old may be headed for a career in opera or dare i say broadway. >> how adorable. her name is violet. her mom caught that incredible rendition of the alphabet song which has now gone viral. >> it's even catching the eyes of jesse tyler ferguson from "modern family." i can't help but think this is what elaine stritch was like as a child. #big finish. >> another guy very comfortable on the stage himself, singer, dancer, tucker carlson joining us right now. >> that little girl looked like joe cocker singing "with a little help from my friends" with her shoulders back. very impressive. >> she was getting into it.
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thank you for being here. you have an e-mail release exclusively to the daily caller like we have e-mails here at "fox & friends." recently released about communications with huma abedin. she's under renewed scrutiny because as the adviser to hillary clinton she was the conduit to hillary clinton and she split her time between clinton foundation. cheryl mills writes, this is unbelievable, she should not be giving her e-mail to everybody. justin can fix it, but i need her blackberry and she takes it to every shower. so hard to get my hands on that. she's complaining that she can't get her hands on the blackberry because hillary clinton has it in the shower. >> it's hilarious, it's a picture of internet addiction, but something more. huma abedin and cheryl mills have been around the government their whole lives.
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really anxious in the state department because they're under such a massive threat from hackers. so when they go to the skip -- that is hillary clinton's secure office they try to encourage her to use e-mail on the secured desktop but she doesn't know how to do it. here's the significance. nobody in hillary's orbit has the swat or the courage to say you can't do this. this is jeopardizing american national security, but they clear that they know it. they just how now reckless and crazy this behavior is. but they can't summon the courage to tell their boss to do the right thing. this is a picture of dysfunction. this is an executive who nod and affirms every decision she makes. >> they know it's not a good idea to take the blackberries into russia. you saw the e-mails released to fox news. so they released some to you, they released some to us. you being daily caller. but the one released to us, that shows they left the blackberries
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on the plane when they landed in moscow. if they took them into russia then they could be hacked if they started to use them on the ground. what do you make of that? >> it's hard to overstate -- i mean, i lived in d.c. my whole adult life. you can't overstate the paranoia and the seriousness with which government officials in the executive branch take digital security. they really feel like at all levels that they are constantly under attack. so for the secretary of state to do something like this, everyone in her orbit is looking on appalled. i can't believe she's doing this. yet, again, nobody stops her. this just tells you exactly what it's like in hillary world. it's small, airless room where nobody tells the not a good thing. >> and what would the white house be like? this is the brain trust that could be running our country. this is the judgment that could be deciding our fate which brings us to an election day not as big, but certainly impactful. john mccain has a primary, marco rubio has a primary, and debbie
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wasserman schultz has a primary. what do you think of the outsiders giving them a run for their money? >> well, you know, all three of these candidates, these office holders have been challenged by insurgencies and they have a shot of winning. this presidential race for -- where trump blew past 16 incumbents to get the job is an anomaly. it doesn't often happen. you're looking at a government run by long, long time incup bents. there are as many united states senators in their 70s or 80s as in their 50s. once you get elected it's very difficult to lose. you know, it's probably not the best way to run a government. but there's what we have. >> if hillary clinton is so dishonest, if you say they know things are going on, that -- that shouldn't be going on, they're just covering it up, shouldn't it be easy for whoever runs against her to win and what
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does donald trump need to do? >> well, sure. the key number -- if you're running a campaign you don't long at these theoretical match-ups nationally. look at the right track wrong track number. are people happy with the direction of the company and they're very happy. that by definition favors the insurgent, that's donald trump. there are a couple of problems, one is immigration. there's been a massive demographic shift over the past 15 and especially the last ten years in states that are the swing states. so in places that you don't -- you know, you think of as a certain way. that would include ohio, north carolina, virginia, iowa, colorado, arizona, these have different populations than they had when you were in high school. they're just not the same places. so for example this morning in arizona, a state that mitt romney won 55-44 over the current president, you're seeing hillary clinton up a point. i think it's likely trump will win that in the end. but the fact that it's close is
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telling you it's not about trump or hillary but about the people that live there. immigration has changed the population of the state and you're seeing that on a national scale. >> we see anti-establishment, toss the bums out, yet we see in primaries across the country, as you mentioned john mccain, marco rubio, debbie wasserman schultz, they're all up in the polls and likely to win. why do you see at the local level a lot of the candidates that some people have been frustrated with, why are they winning their primaries or likely to win them in the anti-establishment, insurgent type of year? >> a great question. john mccain who turned 80 yesterday, an obviously honorable man, out of step with the people in arizona on the question of immigration, he'll still probably win. debbie wasserman schultz, she'll probably win herself against tim cano canova. the starkest possible advantage of the advantages of incumbency.
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it's hard to knock off an incumbent. this may be a powerful case for term limits. we have them at the presidential level because it's the hard to beat someone once he has all the levers of powers in the executive branch. >> donald trump will have a big speech on wednesday and on saturday. the good news is you're going to be here tomorrow to talk about it. do you know what you're wearing so we don't clash? >> i'm probably going to wear a striped tie and a dark suit as i do every day of my life. >> i'll wear a tank top and shorts. >> you look so good. >> like larry the cable guy? thanks, tucker. look forward to seeing you tomorrow. >> thank you. heather has some headlines for you. >> let a start off overseas, dramatic new video coming in of a massive rescue at sea. startling images showing hundreds of migrants including mothers and children, look at that, jumping from the packed wooden boat off the coast of libya. dozens have been dangling from the side before taking the plunge into the mediterranean.
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spanish and italian ships speed away. more than 6,500 migrants were rescued on monday alone. well, this comes on the same day that the u.s. admitted its 10,000th refugee from syria into our country. a man forced to land a plane -- after the man freaks out. the man tried to open the door of the plane. you can see him as he's taken off in handcuffs after the emergency detour to minneapolis. it was originally headed to seattle. some passengers say they saw him popping pills before the flight. he was eventually taken to the hospital. and a woman who's saved by strangers, it is unreal. a car bursts into flames. you can see it right there after a ten-car pileup in upstate new york. that's in binghamton, new york. people frantically rushed to help and a man put out the
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growing inferno with a fire extinguisher. the mayor of the city is trying to track down the folks to honor them as the heroes that they were. thank goodness they were there. a victory for old glory under the friday night lights. a south carolina principal parked outrage after -- sparked outrage after banning students from bringing the american flag to the football games. he thought the students would use it to taunt hispanic players on an opposing team. that decision outraged students. listen. >> i'm very disappointed in the fact that i was expected and the people who brought the flags were expected to be disrespectful and using it in a taunting manner. >> no kidding. well, the students say they want only wanted to use the flags to honor veterans. yesterday, the principal lifted the ban. your home state there, ainsley. pretty surprising. >> i think it's a -- yeah. that's in south carolina, travelers rest. >> looks like it was more of a
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pc risk averse principal. >> ever since you left, the whole place -- i mean, you -- >> i'm going back. i'm going back. bye, brian. >> okay, fine. well, i'll read what ainsley is going to read. >> i'm only kidding. this is a disturbing new threat to democracy. hackers are going after our elections and one of them has a primary today. what could this mean for november? a live report is next. and you already know what these super bowlers do. but we'll show you what we do. >> i am not bowling again. i'm not. i'm claudine and i quit smoking with chantix.
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some quick headlines. europe is hitting apple with a massive tax bill. they're ordered to pay back nearly $15 billion after getting illegal tax breaks in ireland. the ruling bringing it if into the sweetheart tax deal which let apple pay 2% in taxes. this collection of j crew women's apparel will be available at nordstrom next month. isn't that so cute? we like it. the struggling apparel brand turning to the department store to try to boost the sales. i didn't know j crew was struggling. would you spend $600 on a dirty pair of sneaker? now, you can. that's awesome i guess. the brand golden goose is selling these kicks at barney's. they come dirty and ripped. would you buy those, pete? >> of course. >> seriously, are they worn?
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>> sort of like a sign of the apocalypse. i don't know. >> you're not buying them? >> no. well, a fox news alert. a disturbing new threat to democracy. the fbi warning voting systems in at least two states, they have been hacked. likely by russian hackers. even worse -- one of those states has a primary today. well, fox news chief national correspondent ed henry is live in washington, d.c., following the breaking developments. good morning. >> reporter: 70 days until election day, more questions swirling about whether russia is trying to interfere in our presidential election. this could be an important story in november, though the impact could be felt as early as tonight. some big primary battles in florida, for example. debbie wasserman schultz is trying to survive the tough challenge after stepping down from the dnc chairmanship because of a russian hack of their systems. and john mccain in the toughest primary battle of his career and arizona happens to be one of two states where the fbi has alerted election officials, illinois being the other, that russian hackers could be behind recent
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breaches of their voter registration systems. in arizona, an official told "the washington post" this was a credible and significant threat, an eight on the scale of one to ten. the administration would like to secure funding to make sure that voting systems are protected the same way that we protect the power grid. while experts warn look out. this could be a major problem on election day. >> if we ended up having a razor thing election and there's any question of -- even a small number of votes that could create a crisis of confidence in the entire electoral process. >> reporter: now, this comes as senate minority leader harry reid is demanding an fbi investigation more broadly of donald trump's ties to russian president vladimir putin. reid writing to james comey, quote, the evidence of a direct connection between the russian government and donald trump's presidential campaign continues
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to mount and has led michael bow rel to call trump an unwitting agent of russia and the kremlin. james comey is having a separate news event live here in washington. we are monitoring that to see whether or not he offers comment or is asked any questions about what is becoming a very serious problem heading into november, guys. >> all right. ed henry, thanks a lot from washington, d.c. all right, you already know the pros can serve up the strike, now it's our turn. there's ainsley warming up outside. stick around for that next. but first, let's check in with martha maccallum to find out what's coming up at the top of the hour. >> good morning to you, pete. we have brand-new polls that show a tightening race in the battleground states as new questions emerge about clinton aide huma abedin as she reveals that she will leave her husband anthony weiner. also, pastor mark burns is in the middle of a hot controversy. he joins us here to respond to that this morning and donald
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trump on colin kaepernick. what is he saying, when see you at the top of the hour. binge-st. get back to great. this week 50% off all backpacks. office depot officemax. gear up for school. gear up for great.
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oh, yeah. >> wow. good. yes. >> wow. >> i mean -- >> will you be on my team? >> i'm done. i'm retiring. >> nailed it. >> hey, guys, earlier in the show we introduced you to the couple of professional bowlers who showed off their skills. >> thanks so much for doing this.
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a round of applause for two of america's finest bowlers. >> there we go. kel kel kelly kulig and danielle mcewen. i know it's great time for female bowling. if we want to be successful and we want to be fun, what are the fundamentals? >> take four steps, walk past the swing. the less you do the more successful you'll be. aim at the target of course. >> don't overthrow, right? one of the producers thinks the faster he throws it the better he is. >> which one is that? >> he remains nameless. that doesn't make it easier? >> no the harder you swing the is more inept you'll be. >> all right. do you have any steps for us? >> she hit the nail on the hit. it's about being smooth rather than hitting it hard. >> will you hit it hard on the nail? >> how are these selling for the company? >> i'm not sure. >> smithfield?
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>> i think it's kr bowling. >> how nice are these? >> ainsley is being serious now. she took her heels off. >> because i kept hitting them in the what do you call it, the gutter. let me see. the girls told me to do this, brian. aim for that circle right there. >> there we go. >> how many people are cheering for ainsley? [ cheers and applause ] >> hey. >> i might not be the best athlete, but i always try. i always have fun. okay. >> nail it. >> oh, no. it went over too much. >> ainsley, reload. reload. >> all right. i'm going over this way. there we go. there we go. >> boom. >> i didn't do as great as you did. >> well, this is the magic ball. >> make pete feel good about himself, ladies and gentlemen. >> come on. >> i'll make you proud. >> pete, aim for this. all right. wow.
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great job. >> pick it up. i'm going to -- >> there we go. >> in honor of -- by the way, steve's overall record, not mine. >> watch how fast brian's ball goes. go, brian. wow. >> it went over to one side. >> how do we see you guys? how do we see you in action? >> tune in this sunday for the smithfield tour championship at 2:00 p.m., and you will see danielle and i competing against each other for the tour title. >> fantastic. this is recur? >> this is the end of the tour season. we have had 14 weeks beginning in april. the las vegas open. we're finishing the tour year with this championship in richmond, virginia. >> that's great. >> great. >> danielle and kelly, thank you so much. >> thank you.
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here's one for the road. it is official. former governor rick perry is ready to show off his texas two step on the national stage. we asked him on earlier on "fox & friends." he stayed quiet, but now we can confirm that he is on this season's "dancing with the stars." others joining him, our friend vanilla ice. ryan lochte. race car driver james
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hinchcliffe. and jana -- >> we like everybody on that. >> and we'll be able to bowl on the "after the show show.." >> you'll be improving your score. >> i don't think so. if you have to run from the tv, run to the radio. we have tom finton and jim jordan. thank you so much. martha: we have new details on the genocide being perpetrated by isis in iraq and syria. 72 mass gravesites have been found containing the bodies of thousands. these pictures were taken in sinjar, iraq and and yazidis are thought to be buried there.

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